Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)
- Class of 1960
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CLASS OF 1960
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
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For the past twenty-two years the graduating class
has worked to put forth a yearbook which would live on
to remind its members of their high school days. Our
class, spurred on by the grandeur of a beautiful new high
school, is aiming to have a book that will surpass all
that have gone before.
The theme of our book is centered around the de-
velopment of the magnificent building from which we
shall be the first class to graduate. XVe are proud of this,
our new Alma Mater, and sincerely thank the wonder-
ful people of Morrisville who have made our dreams
TABLE OF CONTENTS
9 - SPONSORS
Morrisville students taking advantage Of
vocational courses leave the school bus
and are ready to begin classes in the Bucks
County Technical School,
These kindergarten children are anxious to
begin a new day at the Manor Park Ele-
Students returning from lunch are eager to begini
afternoon classes at the Capitol View Elementary
These children are entering Grandview Elementary School, the newest elementary school in our district.
Elementary children enter the doors of the M.R, Reiter Elementary School, once known as the Robert Morris High
TO THEE, MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL!
WE RAISE OUR VOICESg
AND TO THIN E ALTARS OUR PRAISES
THINE BE THE GLORYg
OURS BE THE VALOR -
WITH HONOR, TRUTH, AND LOYALTY
MAY THINE HALLS EVER RING.
THINE BE THE HONORg
OURS BE THE SERVICE.
TRUE, ALMA MATER, BUILDER,
MAY WE BE TO THEE.
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Every year the senior class honors someone with the dedication of its yearbook. We,
like many of our twenty-one predecessors, have chosen an individual to so honor. It is
with great pride and pleasure that we, the Class of 1960, dedicate this twenty-second
edition of the ROBERT MORRIS to
BURTON O. THOMAS
"What did you expect, a purple jabber with four gold prongs?" What P.D. student
hasn't heard that remark? Mr. Thomas has served as one of the advisors of our class,
but he also has an unlimited capacity for humor. He can play a good joke, and more
important still, he can take one.
If headlines had been written describing most of our activities we're sure that "Con-
fusion Reigns" would have been most appropriate until Mr. Thomas offered his services
as advisor to help organize us. His ability in this field also helped our track teams to
some of their best seasons.
We, as a class, have come to know Mr. Thomas as a real friend. He sees the class as
a group of individuals with their own worth and problems. He is capable of placing
himself in someone else's position and seeing both sides of a problem.
Through his guidance and willingness to understand, Mr. Thomas has gained the
friendship of us all. His patience and tolerance will long be remembered.
He has taught us history, served as one of our class advisors, coached our teams, and
helped to make our high school years ones we shall never forget. We owe him much
and our debt to him can never be fully paid in words alone. At this time, Mr. Thomas,
the greatest tribute we can give to you is a very sincere THANK YOU.
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MANOAH R. REIT ER
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
For almost thirty-three years Morrisville High School has had the benefit of the serv-
ices of Manoah R. Reiter, our superintendent of schools.
In 1927, when Mr. Reiter joined our faculty, the Robert Morris High School was just
beginning, as our new school is now. The curriculum at that time was included in a four
year high school program with only academic and business courses offered.
At this time the major sport was basketball with moderate interests given to track and
baseball. It was due to Mr. Reiter's influence and strong interest in young people that
we have a football team. The only sport open to girls was basketball. Today, we have a
six year high school program, a general course, and many facilities for athletic oppor-
tunities for both boys and girls. Mr. Reiter has witnessed and supported the addition of
a library wing on the old Morrisville High School, the building of the Grandview Ele-
mentary School, the Capitol View School, and the athletic field. In Mr. Reiter's honor
the remodeled Robert Morris High School has been named the M. R. Reiter Elementary
Mr. Reiter attended Muhlenburg College, and his graduate work was done at the
University of Pennsylvania and Rutgers University. While in school he maintained an
avid interest in sports. He joined the Morrisville faculty in 1927 as a teacher and princi-
pal, and became supervising principal in 1929. In 1940 he was appointed to his present
To everyone Mr. Reiter is considered a dignified and respected member of the com-
munity, and his warmth and friendliness extend to all. To those who know him well his
subtle sense of humor is apparent in his dealings with the faculty and students alike.
Mr. Reiter has contributed so much to our school system that it is difficult and actu-
ally impossible to measure. We can only thank him from the bottoms of our hearts and
wish him well in whatever the future holds for him.
E. LEONARD CAUM
JAMES E. WOOD
DOROTHY A. GISH
listher M. Durboraw, our Spfzrziih and Latin lerzclver.
Om' Ezzglifla Depmvmezzl-Kyealed left lo riglalj Dorothy A.
Keller, Barbara Be-rroth, Margaret A. Watkins, Sara T.
Hughes. KSlmzdi1zg left la riglflj James D. Kelbaugh, Rich
ard G. Lee, Charles B. Schultz.
Our mufir tearberf, Frank E. Podleiszek and Horace
Dorothy N. jenness, our librarian.
Our Social Sludiex Deparmzent-Kieatedj Andrew R.
Thompson. fSmndirzg, left lo rightj james D. Kelbaugh,
Michael Krepich, Gorden Davies, Sara T. Hughes, Richard
G. Lee, Glenn G. Griffiths, Margaret A. Watkins, Burton
O. Thomas, Charles B. Schultz.
John J. Wnuk and Helen L. Brunner, our rommer-
Marvin Levitt, our nr! leather.
Our Sfienre Deparlmenl-KSeatedj Rosemary Cavanaugh
and Frank Torok. Uzanding left to rigbtj Joseph A. Mati-
nas, john Gontar, Frank G. Zurlo, Alexander McDonald.
Our Playfiml Edumfion Deparznzefzz-flefl to right!
Anne E. Puxsonm, Frank Ci. Zurlu. Rwsc1n.11'y Cau-
anaugh. Gordon Dzuies.
John Gontar and J. Wilber Sauder, our ifzduxlrinl
Our Mdlb Deparlmerzl-fleft ,fo riglftj joseph A. Matinas,
Betty Kane, Esther Hawkins, Anne E. Parsons, Sol S. Kas- 1
hoff, Frank G. Zurlo. ' I
Our home eranomicr leaclaerx-Ellen A. Miller and
Ruth A. Graves.
Cafeteria Staff-Heated left to rigbtj Mary Rogers, Mary Lou McCoy, Nina Braker, Standing left to rigbtj jean
Brodecki, Minnie Bostian, Ruth Emmons, Rose Sigley, Cathleen Osborn.
Secretarial Staff, Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs.
jfmilorial Smff-Heated Iefl to rigbtj Evelyn Hageman, David Fabian, Mildred Himmelberger. Standing leff ta
riglolj Fred Hutchinson, Nanqf Jurey, Bill VanHouten.
Medical Staff! Mrs. jones, Doctor
Gould, and Mrs. Okurowski.
fSeated left to rigblj Alfred H. Champagne, Horace E. Hunt, Harry H, Lee, Frank C. Miller. Gmnding left lo right! William H
Roberts, Homer C. Platon, Donald G. Frye, Robert C. Beadle.
T1-113 BOARD OF EDUCATIO
Harry H. Lee-Prerident
Horace E. Hunt-Vive Preridezzl
Frank C. Miller-Secretmy
Robert C. Beadle
Donald G. Frye
Homer C. Platon
William H. Roberts
These men are the newly elected representatives of the community who govern educational affairs. It
was the past decisions of the board that laid the basis for our new school. We would like to take this
opportunity to express our appreciation to the board for making our senior year more interesting and
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SARA SUE ADAMS
Loaded with fun . . . kept our hockey team in line as co-captain . . . how
did you get that cute nickname, Frogie? . . . a member of the M.G.G. . . .
always teased Cappie about taking extra laps at hockey practice . . . a hard
working member of the yearbook staff . . . did a capable job keeping track
of the leaders' club's money . . . just crazy about horseback riding . . . claims
her pet peeve is people who can't keep a secret . . . why, Sara? . . . plans
to be a social worker after college.
JANICE MARY ANTDERSUN
Where does she find the time for everything! . . . an active member of
the chorus, orchestra, leaders' club, yearbook staff, and participated in district
chorus and county orchestra . . . as a member of the Senior Scouts, she at-
tended the senior round-up in Colorado last summer . . . has been an im-
portant part of the hockey team for four years . . . jan dislikes a certain
nickname she acquired . . . wants to be an English major in college . . .
enjoyed PJ. parties with the M.G.G.
FLORENCE MARIE ANTROBUS
Always getting out of class for band . . . played a real cool sax for Mr.
Hutchison . . . for her fine work in band she received a letter and a medal
. . . claims a two-faced person is her pet peeve . . . has been a soprano in
chorus for many years . . . also sings inf her church choir . . . wants to work
as a secretary upon graduating . . . was always at the office helping Mrs. Skel-
ton . . . loves to eat . . . specialty is tomato pies, why, Flossy?
Usually just made it to homeroom when the bell rang . . . why, George?
. . . you can tell by the mischievous look in his eyes when he's ready for fun
. . . spends most of his spare time working on his car . . . enjoys boating, bas-
ketball, and girls . . . no "special" one, though . . . pet peeve is getting up
early . . . after graduation would like to join the Navy . . . hardly ever found
complaining about people . . . maybe that's why he has so many friends.
Came to us as a sophomore from Girard College, Philadelphia . . . forever
being teased by the girls about his streak of blond hair . . . liked to have
fun during his shop periods . . . why, Jesse? . . . answers to many nicknames
. . . known by his friends as the "Missing Link" , . . a man of few words
. . . can boast of many pals because of his congenial personality . . . his
main goal is someday to own and operate a large farm.
JOYCE ANN BOTTOMS
One of the cutest girls in the senior class . . . her clothes fit her gay per-
sonality . . . a member of the yearbook staff . . . helped conduct a local
brownie troop . . . where's your lollipop, Lulu? . . . one of the few second
sopranos in the chorus . . . sang in the Bucks County Chorus for many years
. . . hopes to go to college and become a nurse . . . a member of the M.G.G.
. . . loves to drive her new 1960 Buick . . . why is Joyce always laughing?
MELVIN L. BOUBOULIS U
Often found with a rifle or a fishing pole . . . enjoys spending his spare
time hunting or fishing and boating . . . known for his interest in girls, and
pleasure at trying to get them peeved . . . his subtle wit is often displayed in
Mr. Thomasls room . . . how does he manage to keep that innocent look?
. . . much of his leisure time is spent with George . . . he would like to join
the Navy and center his work abroad.
HELEN MARIE BRESLEY
One of the few girls in the general class . . . has a wonderful personality
. . . well liked by all . . . interested in all sports, especially basketball . . .
always thinking up a new hair style . . . likes to buy new clothes and big
hats . . . has been a member of girls' chorus all through high school . . .
what is the matter with two-faced people, Helen? . . . can usually be seen
with Carolyn or Nancy . . . plans for the future include marriage.
JOSE PH M. BRESLEY
Envied by many for his wavy hair . . . the male half of our class's only set
of twins . . . likes sports-especially water skiing and swimming . . . often
seen riding around in that sharp, black Dodge of his . . . after graduation
his plans include the United States Marines . . . Joe, where did you get that
big appetite? . . . one of the two boys in the commercial section.
Has a good sense of humor and can take a joke well . . . sometimes it's
hard to tell if he is kidding or serious . . . can never be found in school
during hunting season . . . one of Talone's hardest workers . . . says he would
rather grease a car than do anything else . . . drives around in a really cool
'59 Impala . . . has a variety of nicknames, where did you get them all,
CAROLINE DOLORES CAPPIELLO
Wherever you find Cappie, you'll find fun . . . always manages to keep
things popping . . . did a good job as captain of the color guards and as
co-captain of the varsity hockey team . . . Cappie has always wanted someday
to have a set of bongo drums-we wish her luck! . . . hopes to become a
P.E. teacher . . . her pet peeve is people who say we played a good game
when we were creamed! . . . with her terrific personality we know Cappie
DIXIE DIANE CARNEY
Dixie joined us in our junior year . . . she came from Oklahoma . . . how
many of us havent admired her southern drawl? . . . really was a tremendous
help in making the art work of the junior prom so beautiful . . . loves to
sit and draw at any time . . . one of the M.G.G .... never seen without
blue on Wednesdays, why, Dixie? . . . attended all the confusing Q?j year-
book meetings as our art editor . . . Dixie's future plans include attending
JANET LYNNE CAUM
Did a good job as editor of our yearbook . . . has been a member of cho-
rus for many years . . . and this year janet was one of the representatives for
the district chorus . . . kept the accounts straight as treasurer of Student
Council this year . . . she has been a member of leaders' club for many years
. . . has a whole menagerie of stuffed animals in her room . . . another
member of the M.G.G .... attends F.N.A. regularly . . . plans to be a
nurse after graduation.
JOSEPH P. CLARK JR.
You may think joe is quiet but just wait until he and john get together
. . . have you built any cannons lately, joe? . . . enjoys all sports, especially
track, basketball, and baseball . . . during the fall you can usually find joe
trapping or hunting . . . is always on hand for a good time . . . just loves
those long summers at Gilford Park . . . another member of the Sunday
night poker five . . . future plans include college.
WILLIAM H. CLARK
Always has a friendly smile and for everyone . . . enjoys all sports,
especially football . . . spent most of the past summer at the community pool
. . . a terrific diver and swimmer . . . likes to go gunning with his father
. . . can't wait for ice-skating season to roll around . . . enjoys driving around
in that green jeep . . . disliked doing those shop reports for Mr. Sauder . . .
why, Bill? . . . is still unsure of future plans, but they will probably include
some branch of the service.
If you want to be late for school, come with Sandy . . . hurried to catch
the Technical School bus with Pat . . . has an avid interest in merchandising
. . . followed this up by taking merchandising at Technical School . . .
Sandy really keeps the sales high at Lit Brothers . . . plans to continue study-
ing to be a buyer for department stores or to be an interior decorator after
Took restaurant management in Bucks County Technical School . . . plans
to manage a restaurant in the near future . . . sure can roll a good score at
the bowling alley . . . enjoyed giving Miss Graves a hard time in boys'
cooking club . . . spends his spare time at Var1ce's as a short-order cook . . .
disliked those double periods of history . . . can takea good joke as well
as give one.
MARIAN ALICE DELANY
Look out! . . . here comes Marian in her green hot-rod . . . the possessor
of a magnetic personality . . . was a member of chorus and was on the year-
book staff . . . what was it that the yearbook staff vetoed? . . . helped Miss
Gish out a lot during her senior year . . . will make an efficient secretary
following graduation . . .enjoys going to Rainbow on Tuesday nights . . .
likes to make her own clothes in her spare time . . . did we say "spare"
time? . . . oh, those P.E. classes!
ARLENE ANN DEMECH
One of our most popular senior girls . . , a member of the band for six
years . . . really made the band look good as head majorette . . . was also
elected secretary of the leaders' club . . . took the free hits hard and fast in
hockey, also played a good game of softball . . . Arlene's endless wardrobe
is the envy of all . . . after high school she hopes to attend college to become
A short, peppy senior who is noted for her dark, curly hair . . . assistant
editor of our yearbook . . . Student Council representative . . . also a member
of leaders' club . . . did you ever notice the "dang" in the band? . . . that's
Terrie with the cymbals . . . Terrie, where did you get all of those nick-
names? . . . takes a lot of teasing from Mr. Thomas . . . her art ability
helped make our junior prom a success . . . loves red convertibles . . . plans
to follow a business course in college.
Always seen wandering about the halls of M.H.S .... why, Gary? dislike
the classwork? . . . traveled between Tech and Morrisville on alternate weeks
. . . spends a lot of time working on his car . . . hopes to have it ready for
the drag races . . . during hunting season Gary is never in school . . . ever
caught a deer yet, Gary? . . . hopes to become an auto mechanic after
ROBERT V. DREHER
Kept our accounts straight as class treasurer in our junior and senior years
. . . takes an avid interest in sports . . . girls, too! . . . helped keep the ball
bouncing for our basketball team . . . what about that hair cut, Bob? . . .
senior Student Council representative . . . hills and hurdles didn't bother
Bob as a member of our cross country and track teams . . . terrific dancer
. . . disliked our "lengthy" lunch periods . . . always willing to help.
RONALD A. DREISBACH
' 'Rolf' General
One of the friendlier members of our class . . . an outdoor enthusiast . . .
Ronny can be found taking careful aim during hunting season . . . enjoys
working with cars . . . also wields a mean rod during fishing season . . .
was a member of the general gang . . . always enjoys a good baseball game
. . . wonder why he disliked all those shop classes? . . . usually seen with
Gooch . . . interested in archery and racing . . . plans to attend night school
EDWARD B. DRY
"Ed" g Academic
Came to us in our senior year . . . quiet in class but quite talkative when
the period ends . . . his main interest in his spare time is bowling . . .
want a good hoagie? . . . go to Kresges and see Eddie . . . a good-looking
boy who has made many new friends . . . a whiz in P.D. class . . . he
must read some of Mr. Thomas's "special' newspapers . . . can usually be
seen with George and john . . . plans to attend college after graduation.
LOIS LESSLIE ELGERHAUSER
One of our friendliest seniors . . . among Mrs. Brunner's best typists . . .
another member of the yearbook staff . . . gave Mr. Wnuk a hard time . . .
put her voice to use as a soprano in mixed chorus . . . would like to become
a private secretary following graduation . . . did someone say something
about red hair? . . . loves to hot rod in her green Olds . . . what happened
on that first ride? . . . really hated taking showers in P.E. class.
BEVERLY JEAN FOOSE
One of the cutest members of the senior class . . . a high-stepping major-
ette in our marching band . . . you never know what will happen next when
Bev is around . . . Student Council representative for two years . . . a member
of our chorus . . . can usually be seen driving a "54" Ford , . . hopes to
become a beautician after graduation . . . is sure to succeed . . . took awhile
for her pretty long hair to grow . . . loves to give Mr. Schultz a hard time
Enjoyed being one of the few girls in general class . . . always seen in
the halls with Audrey, Helen, or Nancy . . . gets teased about her dimples
from all of her friends . . . spends most of her free time playing records or
listening to the radio . . . doesn't like two faced people . . . uncertain about
her plans for the future.
GAIL MAE FOSTER
Can be seen carrying a gun as a member of the M.H.S. Color Guard
. . . you can always depend on Gail's hard drives and timely stops on the
hockey field . . . wherever theres fun, there's Gail . . . just loves to hot rod
around town in her father's truck . . . remember the driving class, Gail?
. . . usually seen with Jayne, Terrie, Norene, and Cappie . . . a long time
member of F.T.A .... looking forward to being a teacher after graduation.
Did you ever notice a blond crewcut, green eyes, and a friendly smile?
. . . that's Skip . . . baseball just seems to come naturally to him . . . helped
to bring home a second place trophy in the American Legion state play-offs
last summer . . . likes to fish and swim . . . everyone looks forward to his
witty remarks in class . . . where does he get so many? . . . his pet peeve is
beatnicks, so he says . . . his closest pals are Ed, Bob, Zuk, and Rich . . .
plans to attend college after graduation.
Kept the presses running at the Tech School . . . has an avid interest in
theatre directing . . . has participated on our track team for several seasons
. . . may often be seen "hoofing it" from Grandview Estates to school . . .
what's your interest in radios, Bob? . . . after graduation would like to get
into theatre management or the field of printing . . . his work at the Bristol
Playhouse will benefit him in the future.
" H arry' ' General
A member of Student Council . . . possessor of a variety of odd nicknames
. . . what are they, Harry? . . . played football in his junior year . . . liked
to tease the clique . . . oh, that dark, curly hair . . . never seems to enjoy
his study periods in the library . . . can usually be seen roaming around the
halls . . . has a pocketfull of pet names for his classmates . . . plans to work
ELIZABETH A. GRAY
A talented senior who sews nifty outfits . . . she also knits . . . full of
fun and life with many interests . . . a member of chorus, leaders' club, and
F.T.A .... out of school Betsy is active in the church fellowship, and the
Girl Scouts . . . she attended the little roundup as a representative of her
troop last summer . . . hustling fullback on our hockey team . . . kept busy
collecting yearbook subscriptions . . . future plans include college, then home
CAROL LYNN GROH
An attractive blond with a variety of nicknames . . . her alto voice can be
heard in the school and county chorus, and the church choir . . . helped
organize the yearbook . . . her height was put to use as a guard on the basket-
ball team . . . a whiz on the piano . . . dislikes competition . . . another
member of the M.G.G .... toured Europe during the summer of her junior
year . . . where did you ever get all those sweaters? . . . made district chorus
in her senior year.
RICHARD K. HENLEY
' 'Rirlf' General
Always seems to be in a hurry . . . usually can be found working on his
car . . . enjoys wood working . . . has some nice projects to show for his
efforts . . . spends many hours playing basketball with the boys . . . a man
of few words in the general section but can tell many stories about his fishing
and hunting trips . . . plans to go to Trenton junior College after graduation.
THOMAS S. JAMES
' 'Tom' ' Academic
Tom is the senior with the most unique vocabulary, and everyone is always
borrowing from it . . . don't get rammy, james . . . loves cars and girls
. . . the only boy with as many sweaters as Carol Groh . . . will be driving
a '58 Impala Convertible soon . . . what about Washington, Tom? . . . our
chem lab periods will be remembered . . . what happened when Ron tried to
burn Fe? . . . works at the Forrestal Research Center . . . will go into the
service after graduation.
NANCY JOYCE JANASKI
One of our high-stepping majorettes . . . really enjoyed those band trips,
didn't you, Nancy? . . . can usually be found with Carolyn and Helen . . .
likes to hot rod around in a '54 Ford . . . was never on time for school . . .
youlll just have to set the alarm a little earlier, Nancy . . . she doesn't care
for two faced people . . . hopes to get married in the near future.
PATRICIA A. JOHNSON
A real whiz with a hockey stick . . . played varsity for two years . . .
represented our class at Student Council meetings . . . enjoyed singing in the
Bucks County Chorus . . . one of the few violinists in the orchestra . . . was
active on the yearbook staff and leaders' club . . . guarded the enemy on
basketball court , . . took a lot of teasing from the boys but seemed to get
along with them . . . vice-president of F.T.A .... she'll make a fine nursing
instructor . . . Pat, what does M.G.G. mean?
MARGARET F. KELLEY
Has naturally curly red hair . . . keeps Kresges at Levittown alive with
her antics . . . plans on going to work as a dental assistant after graduation
. . . will keep any dentist on his toes! . . . enjoys picnics at Stover Park . . .
what ever happened to those pictures? . . . has lots of real "special" plans
for the very near future . . . is ready to eat at the mere mention of food . . .
but stays neat and trim anyway.
BETTY A. KIRYLYCH
' 'Betty" Commercial
Came to us in our sophomore year from Pennsbury . . . member of the
newspaper staff . . . some of her interests include library work and book-
keeping . . . pet peeve is too much homework at one time . . . friendly and
easy to get along with . . . is envied for her naturally wavy hair . . . plans to
become a bookkeeper or a comptometer operater after graduation . . . we all
know that she'll succeed.
LEE O. KISE
A tackle for the varsity eleven . . . enjoys collecting antique guns . . .
received recognition for his merit scholarship score . . . pet peeve is George
in math class and people cutting in front of him in the cafeteria . . . a
member of the Student Council Constitution Revising Committee . . . had
the only male role in the junior play . . . enjoys playing poker with Ken,
Steve, and joe . . . main ambition is to attend college and become an
k . '. "
CAROLE ANN KLEMMER
Perky member of our class . . . will always be remembered for her stories
. . . spent half of her summer at school and the other half in Reading . . .
really bangs that glockenspiel . . . what did Mr. Hutchison mean when he
said you were an "odd,' one, Carole? . . . crazy about ice skating . . . caused
her a little discomfort at one time, though . . . would like to earn her B.S. in
nursing after graduation . . . another member of the M.G.G .... how about
that hair cut, Clem?
ELEANOR ANN KLINGERMAN
This active miss is musically inclined . . . played the clarinet as a member
of the band and orchestra . . . accompanied the school choruses . . . will be
sporting a varsity sweater for hockey . . . vice-president of leaders' club . . .
earned a chair as oboist in county and district orchestra as well as county band
. . . kept the books straight for the F.T.A .... worked on the yearbook staff
. . . one of the M.G.G. girls . . . hopes to continue musical interests as a
music teacher after college.
A fleet-footed end on our varsity football team . . . one of the general
gang who never seems to have a class to go to . . . did someone mention a car
caravan, because here comes Rich with the truck . . . seems to be shy . . .
that is until you know him! . . . pals around with Harold . . . Rich has a
wonderful sense of humor and is always looking for a good time.
KENT V. LEN HARD
Came to us in our senior year from Florida . . . has quite an accent to prove
it . . . can boast of a long list of nicknames . . . takes more than his share
of teasing , . . claims it is his pet peeve . . . likes to watch football games,
but it gets awful cold, doesnlt it? . . . enjoys dancing and collecting coins
. . . very often can be found bowling in the parish house basement . . . what
did you say about liking sciences, Kent? . . . plans to be an architect after
graduation from college.
DOROTHY M. LOUDEN
Showed up with a new wardrobe at the change of seasons . . . has a
craving for cheeseburgers and '57 Chevies . . . wonder why? . . . hit the
high notes with the sopranos in chorus . . . what's Wrong with P.E. classes
first thing in the morning, Dot? . . . enjoyed those clerical practice classes
. . . she turned out many sparkling writeups . . . would like to become a
hard working secretary after graduation . . . loved to help Mrs. Skelton in
the office during P.E. classes.
One of the quieter members of our senior class . . . alternated between
Tech School and M.H.S .... looking for Yoly?-find Margie or Elaine
. . . in her spare time she babysits for her mother . . . took the medical
secretary course at Technical School . . . can always be seen at the shopping
center . . . why, Yoly? . . . could it be because you live in that vicinity? . . .
will make an efficient medical secretary upon graduation.
Bubbling all over with that wonderful personality . . . is constantly wearing
a great big grin . . . friends kid him about his wavy hair . . . quite popular
among his classmates . . . complained about the poor grades he expected on
his report card . . . but he always came through with good ones . . . another
member of the Sunday night poker party with john, Lee, Steve, joe, and
Ken . . . hated those homework assignments . . . enjoys fishing and boating
. . . plans to attend college and major in engineering after graduation.
KENNETH H. MARSH
Enjoyed his job as a representative of M.H.S. in the radio program,
"Junior Town Meeting of the Airn . . . pet peeve was any kind of homework,
but studies seemed to come easily to him . . . when not working for the
Levittown Times, Kenny can be found fishing or hunting . . . What are
you trying to do, Ken, launch corks into orbit in chemistry? . . . plans to
attend college after graduation.
WAYNE ROGER MCCRANE
Quite a musician-was not only in the band and orchestra, but also a
member of chorus . . . plans to make the Navy his career . . . attends Tuesday
night Naval Reserve meetings . . . had more study halls than classes . . .
was forever encouraging the band . . . better not let Wayne catch you cheat-
ing on a test . . . why did you like P.D. classes so much, Wayne? . . . hits
the pocket with the bowling ball.
EDWARD E. MCTAMNEY
You could set your watch at 8 o'clock when you saw that green '56
"Chevy" going past the school . . . helps keep Ace Bedding running smoothly
during the week . . . an earnest worker on the yearbook staff . . . enjoys
playing basketball in his spare time . . . active on the Student Council for
many years . . . supported M.H.S. at all sports events . . . an ardent sup-
porter of the Saturday night canteens . . . plans to be wearing navy blues
after graduation . . . can't seem to guess what M.G.G. means.
MARY ELAINE MCTAMNEY
Friendly senior with a congenial personality . . . kept the chorus going for
several years . . . loves to dance . . . spends Saturday nights at canteen . . .
looking for Elaine? . . . go to Washington Crossing . . . main hobbies are
babysitting and sleeping . . . thoroughly enjoyed all of our class trips . . .
enjoyed home economics periods . . . pet peeve was P.E. class . . . ambition
is to become a private secretary after graduation.
RICHARD A. MILLER
One of the few members in our class lucky enough to possess a boat . . .
seems to like all water sports . . . been water skiing lately, Rich? . . . helped
M.H.S. on both the track and cross-country teams . . . usually found with
Skip, Kent, Zuk, Bob, and jack . . . drives around in a car of his own . . .
didn't seem to like getting up early to come to school . . . plans to enter the
Air Force after graduation.
ELIZABETH LOUISE NASH
Watch out! . . . here comes Betty in her hot blue and white Ford . . .has
a different outfit for each day of the week . . . has been a member of the
chorus all through high school . . . plans to become a private secretary fol-
lowing graduation . . . pet peeve is two-faced people and getting up in the
morning . . . enjoys eating tomato pies at Orzi's.
Oh, those blue eyes! . . . seems to dislike getting up in the morning . . .
how's that long hike to Technical School? . . . by the way, Lou, what's a
divided highway? . . . usually has one of two things on his mind-sports or
irls . . . one of Mr. Thomas's distance men . . . has a s ecial talent for hunt-
3 . . . . . P
ing . . . Lou is still undecided about his future, but is sure to come out on
top in whatever he does.
EDWIN ALEXANDER NEUMANN
Eddie was our active and able class president this year . . . enjoys all sports
and has three varsity letters . . . was chosen co-captain of our fighting Bull-
dog eleven . . . contributed much to our football victories . . . one of the
friendliest seniors, who's always in the middle of the fun wherever it is . . .
Eddie's pet peeve was the lunches in the cafeteria . . . wants to go to college
after his departure from M.H.S .... hopes to become a teacher.
Did a tremendous job calling signals for our varsity eleven . . . member of
the track team . . . held the trumpet section of the band and orchestra together
with his horn . . . enjoyed playing in county music festivals . . . one of the
representatives for our school in district chorus . . . why do you think home-
work is a waste of time, Leon? . . . worked on a fishing boat at the shore
last summer . . . hopes to become an Annapolis midshipman after graduation.
JOHN W. PATRICKO
Always gave us a good laugh with his fluent sense of humor . . . favorite
chums seem to be joe, Lee, Steve, and Ken . . . spends many Sunday nights
at the poker party . . . how much did you say you won, John? . . . enjoys
fishing, hunting, and swimming . . . say john, why do they call you the
Hunter? . . . learned to do those flips of his on the trampoline at the
Y.M.C.A .... is still partially undecided on his future, but hopes to attend
"Play ball!" is the familiar call as Denny takes the mound . . . has quite
an arm . . . sleeps, eats, and talks sports . . . can really move that basketball
around the court . . . during the fall he could be seen snagging passes from
his end position on the varsity eleven . . . how's the "Sun," Denny? , . . voted
captain of the varsity basketball squad . . . did someone say carrots? . . .
hopes to go to college after graduation.
GEORGE E. POLICELLO
A witty combination of brains and brawn . . . played terrific football with
the varsity eleven . . . photo-editor of the yearbook . . . builds "little"
stereo sets and radios in his spare time . . . participated on the track team
and has awards for the high jump . . . why do you want to know what
M.G.G. means? . . . is always in that blue Dodge or with Bob . . . enjoys
his job as stage manager . . . after graduation he would like to attend college
and become a physicist.
CAROLE JUNE PRESTON
' 'Prey' Academic
Runs around in that crazy blue Studebaker . . . "Can I have a ride, 'Pres' ?"
is the familiar cry . . . and the answer is always, "Sure, hop in!" . . . was
a capable president of leaders' club, and class secretary . . . was often in Miss
Parson's room with new ideas for making money . . . had fun playing
hockey on the varsity team . . . has been a member of chorus for a munber
of years . . . worked as a nurse's aid during the summer . . . plans to become
a nurse upon graduation.
ALFRED A. RADOSTI
Co-captain of our varsity football team . . . one of our fleetest dash men
on the track team . . . ran on the 440 and 880 relay team that won first
place at Bethlehem . . . was proud to be a member of the 1958 Bucks County
Football Championship Team . . . answers to the name of "Alphonse" . . .
would like to attend a southern college and become a physical education
teacher . . . collects sports magazines . . . want a ride? . . . Al always has
a car load of fellas.
CHESTER N. RECH
A smart member of the technical section. . . plans to enter the field of
restaurant management following graduation . . . one of the better looking
senior boys . . . will never forget those lunch periods at Technical School
. . . dislikes homework . . . would rather be having fun . . . pals around
with Bob B. from Girard College . . . is known for his sharp wardrobe . . .
enjoys water skiing and other sports . . . likes to burn up the road in his '59
RAE MARIE RESO
' 'Rad' Academic
Played a real sweet flute with the band and orchestra . . . helped the girls
softball team with a booming bat and wicked throws from the outfield . . .
always seemed to have a special Student Council meeting to attend . . . had
a ball working down at the pool last summer . . . could think of so many
worth-while things to do instead of homework . . . takes a lot of teasing but
doesn't seem to mind . . . can really fly on the basketball court . . . is sure
to be a fine teacher.
JANE MORRIS RIDGEWAY
' 'fayn e" Academic
Did someone mention drag racing . . . an active member of the F.N.A.
and sure to be remembered for her work as president in our senior year
. . . will make a pretty nurse following graduation . . . has beautiful, wavy,
dark hair . . . usually seen with Laura or Gail . . . hopes to own a Thunder-
bird, and have money to burn . . . can't stand people who are conceited . . .
played good games in the wing position in hockey.
' 'Larry' Technical
Has done a lot for Mr. Thomas's track team . . . it's hard to beat Larry
at the high jump or pole vault . . . has won honors to prove this talent at
District, Meet of Champions, State, and Bethlehem meets . . . studied auto
mechanics at Technical School . . . enjoys tinkering with cars . . . Larry
earns his extra money working at Ernie's Delicatessen . . . after high school
he plans either to enter the service or to take a course in jet engine me-
Can always be found cutting up in the halls, in classes, anywhere . . .
say, "General," where did you get those crazy boots? . . . clomp, clomp,
clomp . . . a very good mechanic, always working on his '55 Chevy . . .
Rick, I didn't know you were for Pennsbury . . . where did you get that
orange and black paint? . . . spins the records at canteen every Saturday
. . . has a large collection of his own . . . will be a big success with his
' 'Sle1fe" Academic
A member of a minority group in the school--the Democrats . . . how
many laps did you run in cross country, Steve? . . . in his spare time he
can be found deep in a science fiction book . . . kept the English class
laughing with his humorous compositions . . . always being teased about
his Volvo . . . why? . . . business manager in charge of the ads for our
yearbook . . . enjoys those Saturday night poker games with Lee, joe, John,
and Kenny . . . plans to attend college.
THADDEUS' C. SIN CLAIR
Ted is easy to see from quite a distance . . . oh, that red hair! . . . a
member of Technical School's Student Council . . . what's wrong with
Fords, Ted, don't they run? . . . what would Mr. Thomas have done without
Ted during track and cross country seasons? . . . one of our future volunteer
firemen . . . whenever there is a sport of any kind being played Ted is sure
to be in the crowd . . . not quite certain of his future plans . . . either in
dentistry or the field of construction.
Keeps McGarity Bindery running . . . enjoys tinkering with his Ford
. . . can usually be found with 12-G boys . . . wishes he had more money
and longer vacations . . . but nevertheless always has a friendly smile for
everybody . . . has a terrific personality with a lot of friends to prove it
. . . certain of his future plans . . . we know he's bound to succeed in what-
ever he chooses.
CAROL L. SMITH
Came to us from Penns Valley in our freshman year . . . always going
back home for short visits . . . just can't forget that "Teddy Bear" . . . one
of our high-stepping majorettes . . . received a letter for band . . . waits
eagerly each year for the band trip . , . why, Carol, are we missing some-
thing? . . . Carol belongs to leaders' club and keeps the soprano section
of the chorus alive . . . plans to become a private secretary upon graduating
. . . always changing the color of her hair.
One of our friendly senior girls . . . could be heard singing in the soprano
section of chorus . . . likes all sports, especially basketball . . . Nancy took
beauty culture at Technical School . . . hopes to become either a beautician
or a P.E. instructor after graduation . . . has a massive post card collection
. . . objected to the long walk to school each morning . . . oh, what big,
blue eyes! . . . can't understand why there aren't more P.E. classes.
JACQUELYN MARIE STADLER
The instigator of some of our most mischievous fun . . . what did the
teachers say when you walked into your classes with that cute kitten . . .
meow?! . . . marched with the band as one of Cappy's snappy color guards
. . . sang soprano in the senior high chorus . . . one of the members of the
art committee for the yearbook . . . also worked on our junior prom decora-
tions . . . what do you do with all the money you make working at Lits,
Was an able president of Student Council . . . one of Mr. Hutchison's
"Front Row Boysi' in chorus . . . claims the mile is the toughest track
event . . . someone has to run it don't they, Ron? . . . did a proficient job
as business manager of our class . . . say, Ron, those bunsen burners sure
are slow, aren't they? . . . top salesman of our magazine drive . . . managed
the football team for two years . . . main ambition is to become a doctor.
PATRICIA ANN SUTYAK
' 'Paf' Academic
Made a wonderful color guard this year . . . really stepped-lively . . .
sews cute outfits for herself . . . active in all sports . . . could really dribble
that basketball . . . remember that 'ping pong' game at Lois's birthday party?
. . . was a member of band, and leaders' club . . . kept the alto section right
on key in chorus . . . Pat plans to go to nursing school upon graduation . . .
took a lot of teasing about that 'southern accent' . . . who was always asking
to hear you say 'five' in that drawl?
Was a big supporter of the woodwind section of the band and orchestra
with his terrific saxophone playing . . . took electrical construction at Tech-
nical School with hopes to further this education in the armed service . . .
will never forget the driving classes with Mr. Davies . . . one of the best-
dressed boys in the senior class . . . Bob considers education one of the
greatest assets a person can have . . . we all know he will succeed.
JOHN RUHL WEAVER
Made a capable class vice-president in our junior and senior years . . .
fast on the draw when it comes to sports and girls . . . has many medals to
prove his speed on the cinders . . . could often be seen running down field
after a long pass . . . helps support our musical activities as a member of
the mixed chorus . . . reached high on the backboards for rebounds during
basketball season . . . why don't you like to get up in the morning, Jack?
JAMES WIEDEN H AEFER
One of our shyer classmates . . . he recently became a man of many
words . . . a snappy second baseman for the M.H.S. varsity . . . won a
position on the Lower Bucks All-Star Team . . . went to Reading with the
American Legion Team . . . what's the matter with English, Jim? . . . can
really travel up the court with a basketball! . . . sometimes loses a little
sleep to go hunting or trapping . . . jim plans to enter the army after
' 'Ri C fl" General
Rich hopes to join the Navy or the Air Force after graduating from
M.H.S .... could always be heard saying anytime or place, "You ain't
right" . . . will never forget the junior class picnic at Bowman's Hill . . .
enjoyed P.E. classes in our new gym, but complained that the showers
weren't warm enough . . . Rich usually has one thing on his mind . . .
could it be girls?
' 'Path Technical
Really knows the art of hair dressing . . . forever coming to school with
a new hair-do . . . want to know where Pat is? . . . just find Sandy . . .
we don't know what Lits would do without her . . . hated staying for
detention . . . enjoys those frequent walks to Trenton with Sandy . . . can't
wait to start working as a hair dresser so she can buy her car . . . any
special kind, Pat? . . . took a lot of kidding about her "doctor bagu pocket-
CHARLES B. ZUCKER
Zuk has a keen sense of humor, and what's more he can put it to good
use . . . a talented artist . . . will make a fine architect . . . served as an
alternate on the Student Council . . . can often be found stretching those
long legs down the football field after a pass, or over the high hurdles at
the track . . . spent many enjoyable days on the river in Rich's boat . . .
JAMES NELSON REARICK
pgcfure joined us in our junior year from Pennsbury . . . an avid hot rod fan . . .
Not follows most of the big races at the "Horne" . . . attended Tech School last
ear, but switched to the general course . . . handy man with the art1st's
paint brush . . . seems to have a knack for bowling . . . what's your average,
Chick? . . . can be seen early in the morning driving his black Pontiac to
school . . . member of the Naval Reserve.
WALTER S. TUSTIN
Picture "W4!f" Technical
No+ Travelled between Tech and M. H. S. ever two weeks . . . studied elec-
Avaijable trical construction at Tech . . . member of the United States Naval Reserve
. . . one of the taller members of our class . . . hey, Walt, how's the weather
up there? . . . a neat dancer who is often seen at canteen . . . what's the
matter with people who talk to themselves-conceited? . . . plans to enter
the regular Navy after graduation and make it his career.
Royal Blue and White
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-
I took the one less travelled by,
and that has made all the difference.
BEST LOQKING Arlene Dcmech and fl MOST TALENTED, Eleanor Klingerman
and Ed Neumann
Pat Johnson and
and Leon Okurowski.
Pat Johnson and
BEST DRESSED, Arlene Demech and
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED,
Eleanor Klingerman and
CLASS CUT UPS, Caroline Cappiello
and Denny Poland.
BEST ALL AROUND
and Jack Weaver.
Arlene Demech and
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ART STAFF, D. Carney, C. Cappiello,
muy B. Dreher, G. Policello.
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B. Nash. Second raw, M. Delany, P. Johnson, E. Mc-
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J. Anderson, not photographedj.
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Fifi! row, lefl to right: Miss Watkins, K. Nolan, C. Mitchell, A. Adams, M. Alexander, A. Colangelo, E. Michel, D. Gailey, E. Pric
C. Pidcock, L. Cappiello. Second row: T. Hope, R. Foose, W. Calhoun, N. Rud, C. Fischer, N. Mohr, J. Apgar, C. Scheidemante
J. Symington, L. Bryce. Third four: J. Browne. T. Lykens, W. XX'hite, M. Barker, E. Codd, W. Harshharger, T. Williams, J. Scullii
R. Weber, D. Marsh, D. Gray.
Fin! rout. lefz zo rigbl: Mr. Thompson, B. Reed, C. Anderson, M. Meyers. J. Onofri, B. Beadle. S. Wfoolverton, J. Sharp, C. Bozartli
S. Tyndale, L. Nagy. Second row. I. Dreher. L. Adams, D. Fisher, S. johnson, M. Sigley, P. Orazi, F. Bennett, B. Menth. Tbiri
raw: W. Boychuck, R. Pogany, P. Gargan, J. Firman, J. Pasteur, W. Schmidt. D. Kinney, L. Hayes, A. Shutt, N. Magee. Fourlfa row
R. Patterson, T. Brodecki, C. Hughes, J. Clay, B. jackson.
Firxrz wuz left 10 rigbz: H. Robbins. G. Nevins, E. Herbeck, L. Wakefield. C. Vlfisner, P. james, S. Wfidmann, S. Haldeman, J. Jansen.
C. Cook, J. Kurfuss. Mr. Podleiszek. Second mum' R. Lyons, J. Stout. R. Smith. F. Menschner. R. Constantino, R. Bennett. B. Greiner.
Wfm. Fenimore. H. Mount, C. Ossmann, R. Reso. D. Petryszak, C. XX"enver.
Fifi: row. left Ia rigbt: J. Nfarkee, K. Behrman, R. Lohin, B. Mate. T. Widmann. M. Shull. C. Conrad. R. XValter, S. Meyers. J
Garey, D. Sultzbach, Miss Brower. Sermzd row: D. Tomlinson, J. XXfisneiwski. R. Hoagland, J. Kish, T. Softley, H. Peterson, A
Tanzillo, D. Carr, T. Hovemeyer, A. Laverick. Tbird mum' R. Cadwullzzder, R. Lopez. A. DeMario, D. Piscopo.
Firft row. lefzjo rigbl: Mr'. McDonald, M. Disler, L. Redland, K, Anderson, E. Pinckard, N. Magill, B. Campbell. A. Allison, P. BIN
Carthy, J. Hunt, M. Bentz. Serozzd raw: P. Klemmer, G. Hunger, C. Fischer, D. Platon, C. Franklin, D. Bills, V. Suppers, J. Moog
R. O'Brien, J. Ketaner. Third wuz' F. D'Agostino, L. Hopper, R, Frick. J. Cicco, H. Barker, C. Carney, W. Fabian. C. Boubouli
B. Beck, R. Stawski, R. Rud.
Firrz row, lefl lo riglalx Miss Kane, A. Schepelenko, J. MCGarity, B. Reading, ul. Carter, B. Houser, J. Bottoms, D, Terry, C. Hughe
C. Tyndale, M. McDevitt. Sefond rout' D. Comfort, J. LOSS, N. Haines, G. Doster, K. Solan, D. Loch. M. Anderson. T. Prestox
J. Harper. Third row: W. Chapman. W. Albee, D. Hopkins, T. Straszynski. J. Rushinski. R. Mattis, D. Bloodsworth, T. Mills, I
Wilson, J. Busche, D. Golclenbaum.
lFirfz row, lefz lo fighz: F. Smith, J. Burgess, J. Nirshl, K. Smith, K. Alexander, A. Robinson, B. Manzek, P. Davis,.S. McClister
J. Groves, Miss Berroth. Sammi raw: R. Conklin, K. Haas, D. Zurachiwskyi. R. Contursi, W, Cunningham, J. Rogalski, W. Mason
lW. Temple, G. Poland. R. Weaver, K. Fineburg.
Fir!! row, left to right: J. Demos, M. Stoddard, M. Maier, S. Hall, M. Wet1x'er, G. Peterson, L. Witkowski, Mr. Matinas. Seromi row.
A. Calabro, K. Pinto, -I. Cronon, R. janaski, C. Hayes, H. Wilmot, R. Cadwallader, R. Marshall, R. Trankley, M. Martin.
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Frou! row, Jeff io riglyzx Mr. Hutchison, M. Ashmore S., Schciclcmantel, J. Stacllcr. I.. Ossmann, S. Olcurowski, R. Samsel, Bilheimer
M. Perk, N. Tyndale, G. Doan. Second mug lefl to riglaly J. Schwarz. E. Shaginaw, S. Burns, J. Burger, F. Fischer, B. Davis, R. Burke
R. Cowell. Third row, lefl Z0 rigbl: T. Sinclair, R. Hoffman. H. Glosser. H. Hughes. A. Owen, R. Mraz, S. Tarr, A. Dameron, M
Codcl. D. Lenox, C. Roberts, J. Morcloclc.
lflrvf wzr. Ziff iff nigfvlx Mr. Kelluaugh. K. liainl. A. Carr. P. Matthias, 1. Rigby. S. Ainerine, S. Meloney. S. Peterson, K. Milcsitz, I4
Hivicilko, M. Newman. Srmzzd wuz' 'lf Capozza, R. Beadlc, C. Snedeker. L. Kirchoffer. N. Kovacs, J. Boddic, G. Carnes, C. Lowel
R. Onofri, C. Bogclon. Tlziad fvzuz' F. Sliull. A. Softley. Cf. Moser. VU. Case. R. Bailey. R. Tanicello, S. Arabis, T. Byrne, D. Jacksot
Finzrz row, left fo rigfns R. Wfeiser, A, Kinney. C. Dry, N. Pasteur, C. Lewis, S. Jerome, B. Zaborowsky, J. Widixuann, M. Maier, Mr.
Krepich. Sefoud wuz' D, Krause, R. XX"ienckoski, T. Skelton, J. Namey, M. Haley, S. Laypo, L. Moser, R. Napoleon. T. Hudick. Third
faux' E. Fischer, D. Holverk, T. Baldwin, C. Baugh. D. Coble, C. Lontz, R. Devlin, F. Kincel, D, Chewning,
Fjaxfl muy lefl Ia rigbt: P, Stoddard, H. Doney, B. Markee, D. Duncan, K. Rosati. G. Ficarotta, Mr. Gontar. Second wuz' R. Edwards.
J. Neumann, J. Elcock, J. Smolinski, J. Di Giorgia, R, Manzek.
Firfz ww, lefz la fighl: Mr. Kashoff, C. Waltersdorff, P. Gray, B. Bucknum, L, Phillips, P. Staub, N. Valeriano, S. Landis, B. Hoag
land, S. Cnnturso, J. Colangelo. Serond row: L. Cart, S. Lenhard. M. Schmitt, B. Harris, E. Piro, A. Butterworth, J. Jablonski, I
Okurowski, C. Reading. Third wuz' C. Habel, W. Frye, P. Johnson, D. Lohin. Fourth faux' J. Huggins, B. Stromberg, M. Mraz
L. Rockafellow, J. Vlfoocl, J. Taylor, C. Skuse. C. Szura, A. Schafer,R. Olafson. E.Thorn. D.Kaugher.
Fifi! rozv, lefz za right' Mr. Davies. D. Elmer. D. Leedom, C. Bradley, J. Koons. M, Herrity. T. Campanelli, A. Bilheimer, P. Lenox
D. Carroll, J. Ditmars, C. Davis. Serofzd faux' R. Girton, B. Vacca, G. Paxson, P. Smith, P. Lippin, C. Slack, B. Anderson, B. Gerber
K. Young. Third row: G. Zsolney, C. Shull, T. Thorn, J. Peterson, J. McIntyre. C. Hensor, T. Barber, G. Mount, K. Maschal, C
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Fim row, lefz to right: C. Gengo, P. Wallow'er, K. Worthington, D. XX'idmann, M. johnson. S. Lodge. B. Beclcet, C. Fabian, D. Cunning-
ham, B. Deitrick. Mr. Lee. Serozzd wuz' P. Heller, S. Lewis, M. Vfoytko, L. Stoddard, P. Rogalski, DI, Tozour. Third wuz' R. Gamble.
J. Cappiello, T. Davis, M. Podoris, R. Smith, R. Jackson, G. Cutchinenl, R. Kostar. VU. Wootlxxiard.
Fin! rozr, Jef! zo right: XV. johnson. J. Riley. M. Baugh, J, Piccinetti, C. Mutelc, J. DeLay, G. Rech, N. Lontz, Mr. Schultz. Serozzd
row: A. Kavanaugh, E. Gardner, L. Mitchell, K. Picciotti. A. Paxson, F. Valeriano. R. Miller, -I. Nagy, XV. Mohr. Third row: N. Dun-
lap, T. Zawatsky, R. Kania, W. Hartel.
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Fifzrl row, Zefz to fight: Mrs. Hawkins, B. Bodine, C. Green, D. Clawges, M. Haines, M. Diabelko. Second row: W. Ellis, J. Burgess
S. Frickll D. Babic. S. Conrad, R. Cowell. Third row: W. Bloor, C. Geanette, D. Anderson, R. Cominski, J. Giano, D. Cote, G. Beck
B. Clar .
Fin-.ff row, leff in rigbl: Mr. Torok, D. Keuper, J. Nevins, C. Marrazzo, D. Nolan, J. Long, S. Mosley, M. Marshall, L. Longshore. Serum
TURN' P. Magee, M. Mason, C. Inverso, S. Layman, J. Lane. Third wuz' R. Neary. R. Lane, R. Lenox, J, Laverick, J. Namey, R. Lynn
J. Kovacs, R. Kraft, R. Hart.
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511411 rozv, lefl to right: T. Softley, A. Smolinski, J. Rudloff, P. Pinto, M. Sabo, H. Pobutkiewicz, P. Roman, M. Toth, Mr. Zurlo
Sammi rouu' D. Suppers. N. Richie, J. Wfolf, C. Sharp, B. Stauffer, J. Roberts, S. Patterson, L. Speechley. Third wuz' S. Petryzak, C
Shell, C. Wiedenhacfer, R. Wfaltersdorff, C. Savage, V. Straszynski.
:ini row, Iefz to 1'igfJl.' T. Mitchell, Mr. Schultz. Sefozzd row: A. Hadley, J. W'isc:nor. Third raw: D. Picciotti, T. Haley, R. McCarthy.
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FOOTBALL TEAM-First row, lefz zo righlx J. Wleaver, L. Okurowski, D. Poland, A. Radosti, E. Neumann, R. Laypo, C. Zuckei
G. Policello, L, Kise, VU. Clark. Sc'C07ld roux' R. Kraft, D. Anderson, J. Wood, R. Cominski, R. Hart, G. Cutchineal, J. Gafgen, C
Habel, W. Ellis. Third wuz' T. Softley, S. Petryszak, R. Neary, C. Schell. R. Clark, R. Smith, R. Olafson, DI. Taylor, A. Paxson. Four!
row: T. Zawatsky, B. Jackson, D. Lohin, J. Cappiello, G. Mount, B. Gerber, C. jury, V. Straszynski, T. Davis.
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Poland, S. Foulke, E. Neumann, R. Smith, Mr. Galambos.
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Wiedenhaefer. Second row: C. Jurey, B. Stromberg, G. Zsolnay,
Valeriano, M. Podoris, Mr. Wnuk.
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H. Mount, D. Petryszak, R. Wiedenhauefer, R. Reso, W. Boychuck
B. Fabian, F. Smith, F. Shull. Semnd row: W. Albee, R. Weber
T. Straszynski, C. Lontz, R. Devlin, T. Byrne. Third row: Mr. Zur10,
S. Akabis, B. Jackson, D. jackson, J. Mordock, G. Poland, P. Klem
mer, D. Hunger, Mr. Thompson.
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Fabian, F. Smith. A. Cunningham, R. Foose. Tlnizzl row: D, Jackson, G. Mount
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M. Schmitt R. Taylor K- Young
C. Waltersdorff L. Okurowski B. Stromberg
J. Anderson W. McCrane R- LCHOX
P. johnson C. Szura E- Okurowski
B. Sauder G. Beck B- Sfallfffl'
F. Antrobus R. Girton E. Klingerman
JUNIOR CHORUS fMr. Podleiszekj
COUNTY AND DISTRICT MUSIC
Fin! row, lefz zo riglaz: L. Okurowski
F. Antrobus, B. Stauffer, E. Klinger
man, D. Lenox. Second row: E. Zocco
B. Sauder, J. Caum, C. Groh, J. Bot
toms. Third row: Mr. Hutchison, W
McCrane, R. Stockham, W. Hartel.
E. Michels Miller
B. Memh Tyndale
D. Fisher Hayes
C. Bozarth S. Widmann
B. Beadle Haldeman
C. Anderson Herbefk
N. Magee Thompson
D. Kinney Jansen
S. Johnson James
J. Onofri Cook
L. Nagy Tkacs
M. Meyers Mate
B. Reed Markee
S. Woolverton Behrmann
P. Sigley M. Shull
M. Alexander Widmann
C. Conrad Meyer
B. Gengo Garey
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Firfz rouy Jeff ta right: Miss Parsons, J. Colangelo, P. Pinto, C. Smith, C. Preston, D. Elmer, N. Valeriano, T. DiBraccio. S. Adams
A. Demech, P. Sutyak, S. Landis, M. Mason. Second row: L. Phillips, E. Klingerman, R, Reso, E. Zocco, J. Ridgeway, C. Cappiello
M. C. Marrazzo, P. Staub, C. Hansen. Third row: L. Longshore, N. Richie, P. Lenox, P. Lippin, C. Reading, B. Harris, G. Foster
I. Stadler, C. Slack, Fourzlz rouf: B. Anderson, L. Speechley, J, Caum. B. Gray. J. Bottoms, C, Groh,
Biff! muy Iefz to rigbis G. Policello, L. Kise, J. Weax'er, L. Olcurowski, A. Radosti, J. Wfiedenhaefer, D. Poland, E. Neumann,
7Oulke, C. Zucker, B. Dreher, Setozzd row: Mr, Davies, R, Laypo, V. Straszynslci, T. Zawatsky, S. Petryszak, A. Paxson, R. Cominski.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Fir,-'I mzvy. left to rigblx G. Foster. A. Demech. C, Czlppiello, R. Rcso. E. Klingcrman, Miss Gish. Sefwzd rozzx' C. Reading, M. Schm1
P. Magee, T. Barber. J. Burgess, B. Gray.
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
Firfz mu. lefl 10 right J. Bottoms, J. Caum, J. Jablonski, C. Preston, J. Ridgeway, Mrs. Okurowski. Second wuz' D. Nolan, E. Pir-
E, Okurowski, B. Harris. C. Sharp, C. Davis, J. Burgess.
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fMr. Griffiths and Mrs. Keller,
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9- 10th INTRAMURALS
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11th and 12th INTRAMCRALS
7th and Sth INTRAMURALS
M. Meyers L. Cappiello
L. Wakefield C. Kramer
L. Nagy V. Suppers
C. Anderson A. Allison
D. Fisher J. Carter
L. Hayes B. Houser
B. Reed M. L. Anderson
J. Sharp D. Loch
S. Woolverton N. Haines
B. Beadle C. Hughes
I. Dreher J. Bottoms
S. Johnson K. Solan
L. Adams M. A. Weaver
C. Mitchell M. Stoddard
E. Michel C. A. Hall
D. Gailey L. Witkowski
M. Alexander M. Maier
M. A. Frick A, Colangelo
SENIOR SPORTS CLUB
Mr. Hutchison, Band Director
Fjfllf wiv, fefl fo figbl: B.
Campbell, E. Klingerman, A.
Demech, Mr. Hutchison, B.
Stauffer, B. Miller. Sefozzd
mum' F. Antrobus, V, Cala-
bro, E. Coclcl, A. Shutt, B.
Stromberg, R. Lenox, D. El-
mer. P. Lenox. Third mum'
L. Redland, L. Rockafel'
low, C. Szura. J. Taylor,
C. Habel, W. Allshouse, D.
Lenox, T. Preston, D. Hung-
er, L. Okurowski. fCont. on
the next pagej
Fourzlf row: W. McCrane, R. Olafson, T. Thorn, R. O'Brien, J. Rushinski, R. Frick, M. Codd, J. Busche, D. Chewning. Fifth row.
J. McGarity, J. Moore, N. Magill, R. Beadle, P. Gray, S. Jerome, R. Taylor, D. Sanford, C. Klemmer. Sixth row: M. Sabo, S. Pat-
zerson, B. Foose, T. DiBraccio, T. Skelton, K. Young, P. Klemmer, C. Smith, S. Mosley, W. Hartel. Smnding.' D. Cote, S. Okurow
ski, C. Cappiello, G. Foster, L. Speechley, P. Lippin, J. Stadler, B. Anderson, P. Sutyak, M. Perk, N. Janaski.
JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB
Firfz raw, Jef! 10 riglzf: Mr. McDonald, D. Gray, J. Cronon, D. Marsh, R. Trankley, R. Weber, D. Carr, A. Schepelenko, R. Trea
way, D. White. Second row: B. Beck, R. Hoagland, R. O'Brien, J, Ketaner, J. Scullin. H. Robbins, G. Nevins, B. Chapman, Mr. Matin:
Third row: D. Coble, D. Goldenbaum, T. Preston, L. Hopper, W. Case, T. Hudick. D. Comfort, D. Wilson. Faurfb row: I.. Bryce, li
Fineburg. D. Hunger. F. D'Agostino. R. Edwards.
SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB fMr, Torokj
R. Kraft D. Lohin G, Mount C. Jurey
B. Stromberg I. Huggins K. Maschal B. Gerber
C. Szura A. Schafer T. Barber B. Woodward
R. Olafson M. Mraz K. Young R. Smith
L, Rockafellow C. Skuse B. Vacca R. Dreisbach
-X . T- 1.1 ,A-S. IM .
XX". Baldwin L. Hyrlmllc
C. Lontz J. Neumann
D. K1'.1uSS F. Sliull
F. Kincel R. XY'iulenli.1cfr-1'
D. Holveclq P, Ciiirgan
M. Martin R. Xwicnskcvski
R. Hoffman J. Cronon
M. Codd XX". lioycliuck
jL'NIOR AND SENIOR BOYS' COOKING lMiss Gmxcsj
DI. Schwarz K. Manzelc
C. Roberts 1. McGuigun
T. Byrne R. Tanicello
S. Arabis DI. Smolinski
D. Chewning R. Cowell
. , 1-
an 1' s
LEATHER CRAFT QM1: Levittj
J. Sharp S. Burns A. Kinney C. Lewis P. Stmiciard
B. Reed P. Matthias C. Dry M. Haley M. Maier W
A. Cnlabrn C. Bogrlnn D. Duncan M. Maier L. Hayes
C. Hayes ,I. Brndecki R. Napoleon D. Holveck S. Xwnolverton
R. -Iunaski B. Case L. Moser J. MrGuigan
BIODEI.-MAKING QMD LeYittj
S. Burns A. Carr JA Mcguigm R. Conklin M. Barker R. Bennett
H. Hughes S. Meloney H, Barker T. Lykens T. Brodecki D. Dunran
S, 'fm-f J. Neumann DI. Burgess J. Brown H, Peterson
if I 5
'irst row, left to right: Miss Brower, I. Kish, P. Orazi, D. Kinney, R. Treadway, J. Ketaner, J. Pasteur, H. Robbins, G. Nevins, Mrs.
Lrunner.'Ser0rzd row: M. Bentz, S. Tyndale, C. Bozarth, P. McCarthy, G. Peterson, L. Witkowski, J. Onofri, N. Magee. Third row:
. Amerine, A. Carr, S. Meloney, S. Halderman, N. Pasteur, K. Anderson, E. Pinckard, P. Lukaszow. Fourth row: M. Disler, C. Cook,
V. Jensen, D. Bills.
JUNIOR-SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB
First row, left to right: Miss Brower, K. Mitchell, T. Williams, F. Bennett, M. Maier, C. Pidcock, J. Pasteur, W. Harshbarger, T
Lykens, N. Rudd. Second row: M. Mason, R. Trankley, P. Magee, R. Patterson, M. Codd, R. Beadle, L. Adams, S. Burns, T. Skel-
zon, C. Roberts, L. Witkowski, D. Suppers, Mrs. Keller. Third row: R. Stawski, R. Rudd, W. Allshouse, A. Owen, L. Hopper, C
Carney. Fourth row: P. Staub, N. Valeriano, C. Hansen, L. Longshore, D. Bodine, D. Babic.
H. Q? if
i Liff In 1'f4QZ7f,' Vs". Mcfliinc, li, SI1'OlNl'7L'I'g. R. 'l'i1ylc11', Ci. link. R. I.L-max. I.. Okurmxski. Mr Hutili
P K Nl W C lhoun C Kramer B Manzek Second row: Miss Kane
irrz row, Jef! fo riglaz: C. Hughes, A. Robinson, E. rice, . oan, . a , . , . . ,
I. Smith, G. Miller, N. Magill, D. Sultzbach. Third row: S. McClister, M. Disler, P. Lukaszow, J. Broclecki, C. Bogclon.
iff! row, left za right: R. Constantino, J. Rogalslci, J. Burgess, C. Laverick, R, Sultzbach, R. Greiner, T. Sullivan, H. Mount, L
rxton. Second row: D. Wilson, C. Hayes, A. Calabro, G. Nevins, J, Scullm, W. Chapman, B. Mason, R. Weber. Third row: H. Hughes
. Frick, H. Barker, XV. Case, C. Bouboulis, J. Loss, C. Evernham. Fourth row: P. Klemmer, F. D'Agostino, D. Coble, D. Comfort
. Haas, J. Symington.
Mr. Schultz, Mrs. Brunner
The 1960 Robert Morris, the product of the first yearbook staff in the new school,
would have been impossible without benefit of the people on this page. For untold
hours they snapped pictures, developed them in the darkroom, supervised the typing
that appears throughout this yearbook, and boosted our morale when we were at our
lowest. We owe them our sincere gratitude.
David Holveck, john Nagy, Walter Hartel.
Along with our new school we also have at new school seal. The top of the seal is
from the Coat-of-Arms ol' Wfilliam Penn. PCIllIS3'lYL1I'1lCilS founder. The open book
signifies learning and education, and the torch represents knowledge. The copy of
the Declaration of Independence with the quill pen is dediczited to Robert Morris,
a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the namesake of our borough. The
bordering ribbon proudly displays. MORRISVILLF HIGH SCHOOL.
THE MORRISVILLE BANK
"The Friendly Bank"
Mr. Roberf C. Beadle, assisl'an+ lreasurer and assislanl vice presidenl' of l'he Morrisville
Bank, discusses 'the facilifies and services of +he bank wilh Mr. Burfon Thomas and fwo
Morrisville High School sludenls, Carolyn Green and Shiela Mosely.
2 Easf Bridge S+.
53 Morrisville Shopping Cenler
Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporafion
To Promo+e Ihe Welfare
of Children ancl You'I'h
Home. School, Church and Communily
I960 ROBERT MORRIS
BAND BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
3rd Tuesday of Each Monlh
HAROLD H. KELSEY, D.D.S.
ROBERT A. OOULD, M.D.
JAMES O. MCNALLY, D.D.S.
DR. JOHN E. DIESEL
THOMAS J. DOUGHERTY, M.D.
CURTIN and HEEFNER - A++0meys-a+-Law
MICKLEWRIGHT and MOUNTEORD- Archi+ec+s
THADDEUS B. EOWLER, D.D.S.
LEROY P. LEAHY, D.D.S.
MERTON S. ADAMS, P.E.
DR. THEODORE A. HANSEN
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kennedy
C. Bradford Fordham
John and Marie Wnuk
Mr. and Mrs. J. George Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' F. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. John Goniar
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Lenox
Frank E. Podleiszek
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Olafson
Mrs. V. V. Bradley
Dale B. Thomas, '66
Dorolhy A. Gish
Olive J. Snelson
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. E. Leonard Caum
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Foulke, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Frick
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Lane
Mr. and Mrs. George Waliersdorif
Eddie and Joyce
Mrs. Francis A. Smi+h
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. K. Roepecke
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. McTamney
Esiher M. Durboraw
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brunner
Miss Ruih Graves
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Jenness
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delaney
Harry and Marian
Mr. Frank G. Zurlo
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harper Sfockham
Elmira E. Sfockham
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis
Mrs. John G. Skelfon
Mrs. David Hopkins
Mr. and Mrs. D. Alan Whiie
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Klingerman
Bob Klingerman, '57
Mr. and Mrs. Clair E. Siauffer
Mr. and Mrs. F. Leslie Burke
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Benh
Miss Riia Cooley
Mr. James L. Yoxfheimer
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scheidemanfel
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Spillman
Mr. and Mrs. George Hunger
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Burgess
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Frye
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus B. Keicham
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Rohner
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schell, Jr.
Lois A. Waikins
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Soli'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Shunk
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Champagne
Dave Champagne, '56
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Gable
Mr. and Mrs. Pairick Demech
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Torok
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McDonald
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilbur Sauder
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Schuliz
Persey and Chris
Joanie and Johnny
Linda and Dave
Shari and Dick- Barb and Phil
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hari'
Mr. and Mrs. John Cappiello
Mr. and Mrs. Peier G. Reso
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Buniing
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. BenneH'
Mr. and Mrs. Edward La po
Mr. and Mrs. Peie Sufyak
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Okurowski
Mr. and Mrs. John Kiley
Mr. and Mrs. Roberi' Smiih
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Neumann
Mrs. Mae Naylor
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneih Traub
Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' Ridgeway
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Burgess
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seichfield
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galambos
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabberman
Mrs. Harvey Huichinson
Mr. and Mrs. George Thorn
Miss Elizabeih Kane
Mrs. Charles A. Pa'Herson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mershon
Mr. and Mrs.vJohn Mahalik
Mr. Michael S. Voda
Mr. and Mrs. William Ruddick
Mrs. William Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers
Mrs. Janice Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. Gray
Girl Scoui' Troop 999335
Miss Barbara Berrofh
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelbaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph BoHoms
Miss Ann Parsons
Myra S. Arms
Audrey H. U11
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Mafinas
Miss Margarei' Wa'l'kins
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Lee
Mrs. Sara T. Hughes
Slifher and Don
Lorraine, Pai, Carol, Jul and Slilh
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Elgershauser
Roger and Evelyn Kehoe
Mr. and Mrs. Evere'H' R. Fos'l'er
Mr. and Mrs. Roberi' Anfrobus
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davies
Mr. and Mrs. Howell E. Windle
Dick Lenox, '6I
Mr. and Mrs. Alva W. Hefiy
Mr. and Mrs. E. Edward Janaski
Joan and Tom
Nancy and Rich
Carol and Joe
Helen Quill, '40
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Levih'
Trio Spori' Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Siephen Shu'H'
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kish
Edwina and Albie
Pam and Ronnie Emilie
Mrs. Julia Louden
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Louden
Mrs. C. Mason
Doi and Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer LoveH'
Mr. and Mrs. Lesfer McGari'l'y
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheefs
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. McGari'iy
Ken McGari+y, '59
AKC and Mrs. William E. Bresley Ill
Mr. and Mrs. Pefer Jerome
Peggy Anne, Sieve and Peier Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Na+ Wolinsky
Jack's Food Markei, River Road
Joe and Jackie, Clay and Joan
Thelma and Marlin Weiiman
Complimenis of Messina's
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Clark
Donna T., Kaihy H., Diane E.
Ro DeSi'efano, '59
Mr. Douglas L. Presfon
Junior High Cheerleaders
CapI'ain - Mary
Co-Ca p'I'ain - Arle
Office Layou+ Service
Supplies and Service
lI22 S. Clinfon Ave.
TRENTON, N. J.
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF BUCKS COUNTY
"l.orge Enough to Serve You
Smell Enough to Know You"
Insured Savings Accounfs
U.S. Savings Bonds
THREE CONVENIENT OFFICES
II8 Mill S+.
737 Shopping CenI'er
Nex+ fo Counfry Club Shopping Cen+er
WILLIAM J. TALONE
54 MANOR LANE WEST YARDLEY, PA
Q s E ' :aa
Fine NaI'uraI Flavors
BesI' of Luck
Io +I1e Class of '60
WRIGHT AND PHILADELPHIA AVENUES
Class of '60
SKIP SELLINGER NORM SELLINGER
11 J. N. YOST
CompIeI'e Healing and Fuel Oil Service
SI1eeI Me+aI Produds Made Io Order Q Air Condi+ioning
PHONE IO4 W. BRIDGE ST. NIGHT PHONE
CYpress 5-3I I4 MORRISVILLE, PA. CYpress 5-2339
Sfop aI' 'l'I1e
I00 E. Bridge S+.
MORRISVILLE, PA. - CY 5-9836
Daily and Weekly RaI'es
CLEAN ROOMS HOME COOKING
CYpress 5-4 I 24 CYpress 5-4 I 25
ALUMINUM SIDING CO.
OF BUCKS CO., INC.
BRIDGE ST. AND PENNA. AVE.
TRACTOR sALEs coup.
AuI'horized Ford Traciors
PHONE: CYpress 5-5600 5l0 W- BRIDGE ST.
54535 MORRISVILLE, PA.
ABCO PRINTING CO.
Letterpress - Photo Offset
I806 SO. BROAD ST. TRENTON, N. J.
Tel. EXport Z-I I68
Phone HY-att 3-557I
Iome On In!
regulars and Longs
Second Floor-Rear ot Men's Clothing
Come On In-Get Acquainted
Have a Coke on Us!
35 East State St. Trenton, N. J.
dwl C0 Dormzuv f. Ion
BLAST FURNACE SLAG
High Calcium - High Magnesium
Sand and Gravel
Philadelphia . Paoli . Morrisville
Chesfer . Wilminglon
I75 S. Main S'Iree+
pon 3.2391 ESTABLISHED I9
HERMAN SACKIN CO
206 S. BROAD STREET
TRENTON 9. N. J.
UNITED CUT RATE
29 E. Bridge S+.
R+ 4,3 Bun's suNoco
Wigfgss Bridge and Delmorr Ave.
535 W. Bridge Morrisville, Pa.
gfggrmf PHONE: CY 5-5882
New - Used - Recaps
DXFORD BOYS' SHOP
I20 S. Broad SI.
TRENTON. N. J.
Tren+on's Mos'I' Compleie
Boys' Shop Fea'l'uring
Body and Fender
27-29 Brooks Avenue
PHONE CY 5-7700
MARIO'S BAKE SHOP
W. Trenfon Ave.
and Big Oak Rd.
I3I6 WaInuI' S+.
I960 "ROBERT MORRIS'
Phone CY 5-3309
Home, OW 5-023l
HOME FREEZER SERVICE
AT LOWEST PRICES
BEEF - VEAL - LAMB - PORK
Wholesale and Re'I'ail
336 W. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Cor. Mercer Sf. Unify-Frankford Sfore
PHONE CY 5-7648
School and Office Supplies
I8-20 E. Bridge S+.
BILL'S DRIVE IN
Charcoal Ho'I Dogs
Carpenfer and ConI'racI'o
SMALL JOBS A SPECIALTY
CY5-5763 337 Crown S'l'.
PU RCE'-LIS Complimenfs
SHOE STORE of
fGoo: Cssaliiy ghoels
or I' e oe amly
I2 S. Warren S+.
TRENTON, N. J.
Edsel Sfudebaker Lark
MAURO MOTORS, INC.
835 WEST BRIDGE STREET
"In no+l1ing do men more nearly approach
'I'he gods fhan in giving healih fo men"
JOHN M. BURNS
CLASS OF 'za
"HUNZlE'S" PENN TAVERN
Our Specialty Is Fine Food
WE CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIES AND BANOUETS
4lI W. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa.
E. Bridge S+. and Delmorr Ave.
PHONE CY 5-4I II
WALL GASES, INC.
Manufacturers and Distributors of Compressed Gases
Propane-Nitrogen-Argon-Helium and Medical Gases
WELDING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
CYpress 5-7I II
BRISTOL PIKE, MORRISVILLE, PA.
Distributors of Colomony Hard-Facing Alloys
Do It Yourself
Foam Rubber for AII Purposes
CHAIR CUSHIONS, PILLOWS, MATTRESSES
Route No. I3 I Mile South of MorrisviIIe, Pa.
PENNSBURY TRAVEL AGENCY
I4-I6 Sou+l1 Main S+ree+
Phone HY-aH' 3-3638
EDWARD F. SMITH REALTY, INC.
Newporfville and Brisfol Oxford Valley Roads
LEVITTOWN. PA. WI-5-5500
Lisfing lnformafion on Proper'ries
'For Sale Across +l1e Counfry-Siale-Nalion
J. ALLEN HOOPER
45 N. Penna. Avenue
Licensed in New Jersey
PHONE MORRlSVlLLE CY 5-7725
Visi+ Our Modern Dairy Sfore
Home Delivery of Fine Dairy Produc'I's
U.S. ROUTE ilfl LANGHORNE, PA
THE HERMITAGE PRESS
755 CASS STREET TRENTON, N. J.
Telephone EX 2-I885
Book and PamphIe'I' Binding
II25 Ohio Avenue
Phone CY 5-7806
GREEN LEE 81 SON
Excavaiing and Grading
64 HARRISON AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA.
REDNOR AND KLINE, INCQ
Lumber and Millwork
MASON MATERIALS - PLYWOOD -INSULATION
CY 5-7I75 Yard and Warehouse
CY 5-3I64 U. S. No. I Freeway
30 Dif'Feren+ Cold Cu+s-lmpor+ed and Domes+ic
I2 Washingfon S+.
Phone CY 5-576i
Coal Oil Burner Service Fuel Oil
PENN-JERSEY COAL COMPANY
Chambers S+ree+ af Delmorr Avenue
Phones - Morrisville-CY5-7955 Tren+on-EX4-I36I
MORRISVILLE FLOWER GARDENS
ROBERT w. PUGH A
Flowers for All Occasions
We Grow Our Own
509 W. Briclge S+. CY5-7575
PEMCO AND WHITEHEAD
Elec+ric Wafer Hea+ers
Sales and Service
EDWARD R. ROBERTS, JR.
Phone CY 5-7692
224 OSBORNE AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA
I Phila. Ave.
Manufadurers of ceramic wall and floor file, abrasive grinding
wheels and segmen'l's.
Phones: Day, CY 5-3I96: NigI1+, 557I
Wrecker and Towing Service
Penna. Official Inspecfion S'I'a. No. 8458
III-I I3 W. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE. PA.
The Friendly Place Io Shop
Phone CY. 5-345I
OPEN THURS. AND FRI. EVENINGS
I3 E. Bridge S+reeI' Morrisville, Pa
I2 Melvin Ave.
Decoraiors of Fine China
627 Baker Avenue
ALGERNON s. wAxMAN's
20-28 N. Penna. Ave.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
MORRISVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
WILLIAM G. KELLY
Real Es+aI'e and insurance
30 Easi Franklin SI'ree+
449 N. Penna. Ave.
JOHN J. RESO
Fine Waich Repairing
JEWELRY - WATCHES - DIAMONDS
79I-865 W. Bridge S+.
SILVERWARE MORRISVILLE, PA.
I I E- BFICIQG Phone CYpress 5-3246
Opp. 'I'he Bank Morrisville, Pa. Cypress 53689
MICHAEL JR. and MARGARET SAYKO
MARGIE'S FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for AII Occasions
III E. Trenfon Ave.
F'T'D'.MEMBER MORRISVILLE, PA.
Flowers Wired Anywhere Phone: CY 5-9882
27 E. Bridge S+. Morrisville. Pa.
Re1'aiI SaIes a+ Fac+ory
TELEPHONE MORRISVILLE 5829
23 E. Affon Avenue
MRS. EVA R. BLAKE, Presidenf
60I Edgewood Ave.
TRENTON 8, N. J.
Phone EX 2-5l I6
KING SUPPLY CO.
l26O on Your Dial
The BIG Station
PENN VALLEY CONSTRUCTORS, I
Builders -- Designers - Mortgages
20 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Body, Fender and Painting Service
Authorized Pennsylvania State
Sofi' Drink DisI'ribuIors
I25 So. LafayeHe Ave.
PI1one CYpress 5-3254
CY5-9777 R. H. WHITE, B.Sc., Prop.
8I3 W. Trenfon Ave.
THOMAS B. STOCKHAM, INC.
REALTORS INSURANCE BROKERS
Phone CY 5-5234
DELBERT E. PINCKARD
SI'eeI FabricaI'ion and Erec'I'ion
227 OSBORNE AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA
ACE BEDDING CO
FurniI'ure and Bedding
63 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
M Ile, Pa.
SALES AND SERVICE
YORK OIL BURNERS
III E. Phila. Ave.
Phone CY 5-7083
27 N. Pa. Ave.
AND DRY CLEANING
Trenfon, N. J.
HN J. KOTZ
JO MORRISVILLE BAKERY
A CompIe+e Insurance
Service Open Sundays
467 S+ocIrham A
T I ph CY 5 7420
343 W. BRIDGE ST.
Complimenfs Complimenfs of
83+ Vnshesgo dAII
TAYLOR'S U' ew 'B S
I CAMERA SHOP
Morrisville Shopping Cenfer
IOI Washingfon S+.
Phone CY5-4 I 26
ATED KENNELS - AIR CONDITIONING
I INDIVIDUAL OUTSIDE RUNS
VETERINARIAN ON PREMISES
IATHING - CLIPPING - GROOMING
I E an BOXER PUPPIES
I GREAT DAN d
ILine of Dog Food and Canine Accessories
J. Maclcensen Jr.-AKC Licensed Handler
I Over 20 Years Experience
READING AV. YARDLEY, PA.
Fully Air Condifioned
Chris X Crafl'
WorId's Largesf Builders of Mofor Boafs
ROSS MARINE SERVICE
I445 Lamberlon Road, P.O. Box 823
Tren+on, New Jersey
MARINE ENGINES FRANK P' ROSS
BOAT KITS Owner
SEA SKIFFS EXPORT 3-2546
MEENAN OIL CO., INC.
OTT'S, MORRISVI LLE
Toys, Gree+ing Cards,
69 Morrisville Shopping Cenfer
HORACE E. HUNT
I9-2I Chambers Sfreef
Sincere Good Wishes
Class of '60
MOBIL SERVICE CENTER
W. Trenion Avenue
HI HAT DI NER
cYs-9255 COCKTAIL LOUNGE
The Finesi in Beaufy Care
'For 'I'he Discriminafing Woman
WI 6-2022 wi 9-1 l75-6 PHONE CY 5-4947
MELODY MUSIC COMPANY
8I6 LeviH'own Shopping Cenrer
RAYMOND 8: JOSEPH
8I7'WesI' Trenion Ave.
Speciaiisis in Hair Shaping,
S+yIing ancI Permaneni' Waving
COmP'imen+S AIRTEX PRODUCTS
of los-109 E. Bridge S+.
RUBBER CO., INC.
PAINTS AND WALLPAPER
DUPONT - DUTCH BOY
PRATT AND LAMBERT - SOLFO
We Do ExI'erior and
II8 W. BRIDGE ST.
Home Phone: CY 5-9I52
S CompIimen'I's of
BARBER ROBERT MORRIS
276 HiIIcresI Avenue
TRENTON. N. J.
SAM CAPPIELLO, Proprielor
General EIec+ric Appliances
J. P. CUNNINGHAM
522 N. Pennsylvania Avenue
Telephone CY5-74I 3
H U NT'S STATION ERY
School and Office Supplies
I8-20 E. Bridge S+.
SHOP AND SAVE
- af -
J, D, Gow wALT'S BARBER SHOP
5c- I0c-SI.00 STORE
I9 Easi' Bridge Sf.
LEADING VARIETY STORE
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The Flag was lowered by Carole Preston and Robert Taylor
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President, Board of School Directors
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All over Morrisville seniors were going to bed early so they could rise next day at the crack of dawn
to go to Washington. Some of them may have gone to sleep quickly and dreamed that . . .
The morning was foggy. Down by the tracks half of Morrisville was seeing them off. They boarded
the train, waving at families or friends and were on their way. When they pulled into Union Station
about three hours later, most of them didn't really believe they were there. Everybody walked miles fwell,
it seemed like milesj carrying suitcases and other paraphernalia to the buses. They took them down near
the Capitol, where UHubba-hubba" shot some pictures. Then they were whisked off to the Roger Smith
Hotel, which they ransacked-or-lived in for the next two days.
That afternoon they visited the F.B.I. section of the Department of justice, where some of them claimed
to recognize friends or relatives among the Ten Most Wanted posters. There, too, they saw an example
of firearms marksmanship which tended to support the statement that crime doesnit pay.
The Capitol Building, impressive, even though draped in scaffolding and red domed because it was
being remodeled, followed. Most of them shook hands with Senator Hugh Scott. Senator joseph Clark
happened to be speaking at the time, so they got to hear him, too. Then on to the Supreme Court. Here,
they were happy to see benches were available for spectators. Everyone got a good look at the Justices,
and at the procedure for hearing cases.
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Thursday started off with a fascinating subject-money, to be more accurate, the Bureau of Printing
and Engraving. But though they were told the Bureau printed other items than currency, it was the
sheets of bills that attracted the most attention. Later, the Washington Monument-some of the more
adventuresome types even climbed it. They next had a look at the Smithsonian Institution, or rather,
fractions of it, since it would take weeks to see it all. Then they were entertained by the President-sort
of. They went through the White House. That evening they saw the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials,
dignified and awesome buildings dedicated to two patriots. And then they saw "Ben Hur," which most
agreed was wonderful, but which caused a few of the more easily "shookU to shudder.
The next morning was free and everyone went his separate wayfshopping, sight-seeing, or buying sou-
venirs. There were so many plumed hats, it looked like an Indian uprising. Next they boarded the buses
for Arlington Cemetery to place a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknowns. Mount Vernon, on the edge
of the Potomac, was the last stop. The weather was so springy many of them spent more time on the
lawn than in the house itself.
The train ride back was characterized by noise, smoke, and high spirits. Dinner in the dining car was
a treat, but for the most part everyone was happy for no particular reason. Arriving finally at Morris-
ville, they may have stepped from the train to hear a voice calling . . . "Wake up! Today you go to
Make yourself comfortable. "Bet'cha 3 to 1 it won't fire!" 5611- B'-1ff0U O- ThOm21S
het and Wayne honor the Tomb of the Un-
"Is the orange juice spiked ?"
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"Who switched the sugar and salt for Mr.
The thinking man
"To Tell the Truth" UYOU are Vefl' ITHPPY-H I
Our senior year wasn't all work. These Apictures
show the fun of our Class Play, Washington trip,
our class parties and picnic.
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"Do you always drink soda like that?" Dig that crazy girl!
Fiwt row: R. Reso, J. Wiedenhaefer, M. Podoris, A. Schafer, D. Poland, S.
Petryszak, D. Gray. Second row: Mr. Lee, C. Wiedenhaefer, D. Kaugher,
T. Thorn, J. Dunka, J. Giano, T. Zawatsky. Third row: R. Hart, D. An-
derson, D. Lohin, F. Valeriano. V. Straszynski.
This year's spring sports season brought with it a good turnout
for the track and baseball teams.
The baseball team, guided by Coach Lee, ended their league
competition in fourth place with five wins and five losses. The
fighting spirit and sharp playing of the Bulldogs resulted in many
thrilling games. Three of the most exciting were lost in extra
innings. Player opinion indicated that the Bensalem Game was the
best. The borough batmen won the contest by a score of 8 to 3,
Mr. Lee and Mr. Wnuk
u Dem-ly Ken, Steve, Lou
Fin! row: J. Taylor, P. johnson, T. Clark, W. Frye, C. I-lable, G. Mount,
C. Szura, R. Rudloff, T. Sinclair, S. Petryszak, C. Wiedenhaefer, G. Cutchi-
neal. Second row: C. Skuse, L. Riley, R. Smith, L. Nay, C. Zucker, B.
Stromberg, C. Shull, B. Dreher, L. Okurowski, R. Lenox, T. Zawatsky, L.
Rockafellow. Third 1'01l'.' R. Hart, B. Clark, K. Marsh, W. Ellis.
ARE O THE MOVE
The track team, directed by Coach Thomas, also ended their sea-
son in fourth place in the league with four wins and three losses.
One of their most successful triumphs of the season came when the
trackmen won three out of the five Bethlehem Invitational Trophies.
The Bulldogs also won the District One P.I.A.A. Class B Cham-
pionship Trophy and placed second in the L.B.C.L. track meet. Lou
Nay, Larry Riley and Dick Hart won the right to go to the state
finals, and Dick now holds the state shot put record.
Over the Top . . . Charlie and Bob
Mr. Thomas . . . Coach
Ted Sinclair . . . Manager
Grab it! . . . Leon and Jack
Firrl row fl. lo rj D. Elmer, L. Speechley, S. Erick, S. Patterson, E.
Okurowski, M. johnson, C. Marrazzo, C. Cappiello, R. Reso. Second row:
Miss Parsons, S. Jerome, C. Dry, M. Haley, B. Anderson, M. Mason, B.
Harris P. Lenox, F. Fischer, L. Ossmann, M. Sabo, J. Long, E. Bilheimer.
. BATTER UP!
Spring of 1960 marked one of the largest turnouts for girls' soft-
ball. Miss Parsons, through her able coaching, led the girls to a
successful season. While softball isn't the most prominent girls'
sport at the moment, it is gradually becoming more important with
the new, expanding athletic program.
The most exciting game of the season, M.H.S. vs. Pennsbury,
was played on the Capital View Field. The rivalry between the two
schools was at its peak, and the spirit of the M.H.S. girls was at a
high. The game ended in a 6-3 VICTORY for the Bulldogs. This
combination of enthusiasm and determination can bring new victory.
IOR HIGH BASEB LL
Firrl rauf, lefz to right: J. Smolinski, D. Krause, T. Straszynski. A Calabro M Codd C
Evernham. Second row: Mr. Kelbaugh, D. Mattis, B. Burke, R. Covell D DAgust1n0
S. Arabis, P. Klemmer.
Coach James Kelbaugh
IOR HIGH TRACK
Unfortunately the negative for the junior High Track Team photograph was defective
and could not be used. However, the Robert Morris wants to acknowledge the spirited
and enthusiastic efforts put forth by the junior track and field men, coached by Andrew
Thompson and Frank Zurlo. Listed below are the names of those photographed.
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