Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)
- Class of 1961
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In presenting this yearbook, our staff has chosen the Stage for our theme because it repre-
l' es in school from our "small roles" in our earlier years to the
sents the story of our iv
"starring role" in this, our senior year. We feel that we have successfully recorded some of
the comedies and tragedies of our own lives in school.
We, the Class of 1961, are proud to present the twenty-third edition of the Robert
ou have enjoyed
Morris. We hope you will enjoy our yearbook as much as, We are sure, y
the books that have preceded ours.
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"I'll take care of it, folks!"
We first met Mr. Torok in tenth grade when he taught our biology class. Near
the end of our sophomore year he became our class advisor and started his task im-
mediately by helping with our first class project, our social. Since then he has been in
charge of our class meetings, and has helped us make many important decisions. Our
prom is only one example of his invaluable aid.
Mr. Torok joined our faculty at Morrisville High School in 1946. He has since
taught classes of science, mathematics, and biology, and has also coached our junior high
football and basketball teams. For the past five years he has helped guide our summer
activities at the Community Pool.
As our advisor he has given us unlimited time and has been willing to assist us
at any opportunity. Thus we, the Class of 1961, are proud to dedicate this twenty-third
edition of the Robert Morris to Mr. Frank Torok, our teacher, counselor and friend, in
appreciation of his continued guidance and tireless efforts which have made our senior
year a success and one we shall never forget.
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. . . Andrew Lang
DR. PAUL PHILLIPS
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Upon the resignation of Mr. Manoah R. Reiter last june, Dr. Paul Phillips was
appointed Superintendent of the Morrisville Schools by the Board of School Directors.
During the past two years Dr. Phillips has been familiarizing himself with the many
pertinent details of school administration as they apply to the Morrisville Schools. Among
his many duties during that time, he has supervised curriculum studies, managed the
fiscal affairs of the school system, and appointed new members to the teaching staff.
The duties of his new position are many. "The job of a school Superintendent is
one of the most challenging responsibilities held in a community. My position requires
that I provide leadership to our staff, develop plans for improving our schools, and to
guide our schools toward the goals set by cooperative effort," he said. Dr. Phillips also
hopes to bring to the attention of the public our fine school system.
Since Dr. Phillips has come to Morrisville, he has become a keen observer and
participant in our many school activities. He has also become very interested in civic
affairs. He was recently elected to the Board of Governors of the Morrisville Rotary Club.
The Bucks County Public School Superintendents' Association elected him President of
their organization for the ensuing year. When Dr. Phillips finds time for his hobbies,
he enjoys golf, gardening, and fishing.
We, the student body of Morrisville High School, are very honored to have such
a fine man as our Superintendent. We wish Dr. Phillips success in his new position.
The duties of a principal
are varied and many, but Mr.
Caum takes them in stride and
keeps Morrisville High School
running smoothly. Though ex-
tremely busy, he is always
Willing to lend a helping
Miss Gish guides and
helps each and every student
with sincere interest and wis-
dom. She is, indeed, an im-
portant link of the adminis-
trative staff of our school.
Harry H. Lee, jr., Preridefzt
Horace E. Hunt, Vire-Preridezzt
William H. Roberts, T1'e4z.rm'er
Homer C. Platon
Frank C. Miller, Sefretary
We, the Class of 1961,
Wish to express our deep ap-
preciation and gratitude to
these men for their genuine
interest and willingness to de-
vote generously of their time
and talents in the planning
and direction of the Morris-
ville School System.
Sfmdifzg. from lefl In rigbl. are:
Harry H. Lee. Horace E. Hunt.
Xvilliam H. Roberts, Alfred
Champagne, Donald Frye, Horner
C. Plrxton. Robert licadle. and
Frank C. Miller.
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Our best wishes to Mr. James Woorl, assistant principal, who has taken a year's
leave of absence from Morrisville High School to take the position of principal at the
American Dependent School in Wfurzburg, Germany.
Mr. Wood has been our yearbook advisor and co-athletic director for many years
and has successfully planned our annual class trips. Always willing to help, Mr. Yffood
has been a counselor and true friend to the student body. From the senior ClLlSS--OL11'
sincere congratulations and many, many thanks.
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. . . L. M. Alcott
Morrisville's own Loopie de Loop . . . spends most of his time fishing and
trapping . . . really has a keen sense of humor though he often doesn't realize it
. . . kept the class in stitches once he got started . . . true-blue Pittsburgh fan
from way back . . . mention food and Dave's your friend-doesn't have a hard
time putting it away . . . helps Jeff and Dusty hold down the "rail" . . . would
like to become an employee of Uncle Sam after graduation.
DONNA ROSE BABIC
Never a dull moment when Sunny's around . . . always ready to prove a
point . . . gives everyone a hard time doing it . . . will remember her terrific bowl-
ing scores for a long time . . . what would Spanish be like without her? . . .
flipped on the trampoline in her senior year . . . mention Pittsburgh and Sunny
knows all . . . forecasted the '60 Series for the past ten years . . . traveled around
all summer following the Legion team . . . a whiz with a test tube, she plans to
follow her interest in this field.
GORDON LEE BECK
A trumpet-wielding senior . . . member of the Morrisville Veterans' Drum and
Bugle Corps . . . participated in the high school orchestra and the marching band
. . . helped make up the brass section in the dance band . . . sorry he wasn't
a member of the Scout troop that went to Koocamonga . . . shocked everyone
when he got his crew cut . . . gets a "bang" out of chemistry class . . . spent
quite a bit of time in the art room . . . plans to follow his father's footsteps as
a carpenter-contractor after graduation.
WILLIAM CHARLES BLOOR
' 'Bill" Academic
Tall, friendly, but quiet . . . keeps on the straight and narrow when it comes
to bowling . . . spends Thursday's club period at Delmor Lanes racking up
the points for his team . . . spends quite a bit of his time boating in the summer
. . . likes to mow lawns, don't you, Bill? . . . gives the local mechanics some
competition by being able to tear an engine apart, put it back together, and still
have it work! . . . would like to become another Uncle Sam man and join the
Coast Guard after graduation.
DOLORES CAROLYN BODINE
"Dee" C 0772772-?1'L'fzIf
Dee makes many friends with her winning smile and cute giggle . . .
Muzzey of the D.D.D .... believes in a stitch in time,-her spare time that is
. . . has a nickname for every occasion and then some . . . why are you so crazy
about little red sports cars, Deisel? . . . portrayed the dominated Alice Martin
in our class play . . . never has to worry about sleeping on bobby pins . . . not
really sure of her future plans, but would like to work at Bell Telephone or as
ULIA ANN BURGIISS
A whiz with a needle-her ability can be seen in her wardrobe . . . one of
the girls in green . . . went to Prince Edward Island with the other Senior Girl
Scouts last summer . . . assistant gavel banger for the F.T.A .... helped make
with the words at all our yearbook meetings . . . aided the intermediate scouts
with their skill-building projects . . . added a lot of volume to the senior chorus
for the past three years . . . her future holds four more years of schooling and
then some more as an elementary teacher.
A real "speedy" senior . . . every morning, two minutes before the tardy
bell rang, joe could be seen racing into the school parking lot . . . didn't seem
to care too much for English class, did you, Joe? . . . kept the classes awake and
laughing with his "dry" comments . . . played a real mean guard for our Bull-
dogs . . . after school joe helped keep Caruso's store running . . . would like to
continue his education by attending night school and later become a real estate
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A happy, hard-working senior who always has something to talk about
. when it comes to debating or proving a point, Nin's right there . . . be-
lieves in speaking her piece . . . has a nifty smile and a personality to go along
with it . . . really wished Vermont wasnlt so far away . . . claims to understand
all those psychology books she reads . . . may be one of our future female
psychiatrists . . . can't really decide whether to be a secretary or attend night
school and then college to enter into the field of psychology.
RICHARD BROADUS CLARK
Bruising tackle on our fighting Eleven . . . likes all kinds of science and
mathematics . . . received a letter of commendation for outstanding work on
the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Tests . . . favorite pastime is teasing
the girls . . . has many friends because he is so easy to get along with and pos-
sesses a good sense of humor . . . delights in stumping teachers with difficult
questions . . . interested in space flight . . . hey Broadus, how did that space ship
get in your backyard? . . . plans to attend college after graduation.
TERRY ALAN CLARK
A brilliant student who has been on the honor roll ever since it started . . .
made any mechanical men lately, Terry? . . . really a high flyer when it comes
to pole vaulting and airplane piloting . . . received many honors for his feats
in pole vaulting . . . as for flying, he is the only senior who boasts a student
pilot's license . . . seems to be the quiet type, but has a winning personality and
many friends . . . would like to attend college after graduation and major in
DORIS VIRGINIA CLAWGES
Possessor of a quiet sense of humor-the kind that everyone enjoys . . .
seemed to get a kick out of bookkeeping class with "hey mister" . . . has a
teasable type of personality that everyone takes advantage of . . . but she seems
to enjoy it as much as we do . . . has a lot of fun "trying" to ice skate . . .
really an artist when it comes to portraits . . . has beautiful, long, honey-brown
hair . . . future plans are not as yet decided but hopes to become a secretary
RICHARD MICHAEL COMINSKI
A happy-go-lucky guy who is always ready to defend his rights . . . for
the past three years he has kept the backfield in position during football season
. . . was proud of being a co-captain for our Bulldog Eleven . . . a real gunner
who uses his height to an advantage on the basketball court , . . what would the
gang do without Richie and his Ford for transportation? . . . intends to par-
ticipate in sports after graduation on independent teams . . . Rich has a one-
track mind which leads to working on the railroad after graduation.
SHIRLEY R. CONRAD
A friendly member of the class who is always willing to lend a helping hand
. . . is an eager listener though quiet in her own manner . . . enjoyed cooking
class with Mrs. Miller during Home Ec periods . . . got quite a kick out of Mrs.
Keller's antics . . . enjoys the quiet pleasures of reading in her leisure hours . . .
played a good game of volleyball during P.E. classes . . . a real "pro" when it
came to serving that ball . . . her immediate plans for the future are undecided.
DAVID ALAN COTE
An active member of the M.H.S. Band for the past six years . . . did an ex-
cellent job as drum major during his sophomore, junior, and senior years . . .
has won over two hundred awards in twirling contests and parades . . . as a favor-
ite sport, Dave chooses basketball but is an ardent supporter of all sporting
events . . . ask Dave what his favorite subject is and he is sure to say lunch . . .
has spent many an enjoyable half hour in the cafeteria . . . future plans include
college where he will major in education.
RAYMOND SAMUEL COXVELL
"Skip" C ommerrial
A quieter member of the commercial class-but being one of the only two
fellows in that section, it isn't any wonder . . . blushed a deep red from all that
teasing he good naturedly takes from the girls . . . really "strikes" out when it
comes to his favorite pastime, bowling . . . always helped everyone in bookkeep-
ing class . . . faithful supporter of our school activities . . . though his plans are
not definitely decided, Ray hopes to continue his education by attending a busi-
A real traveler . . . came back to us as a senior after a year's "vacation" at
Woodrow Wilson . . . made every day seem like "sundae', while working at
the Dairy Queen this summer . . . gets a big charge out of teasing Fuzzy right
back . . . knows just where to aim those balls when it comes to playing basketball
and golf . . . spends quite a bit of time riding around in that blue Ford . . .
would like to attend a business college after graduation and major in accounting.
"Marge" C ommercial
Peppy and petite . , . can boast of an extensive wardrobe . . . spends some
of her leisure time writing to the Marines . . . likes variety when it comes to
dancing and music . . . one of Miss Parsons' famous rope climbers in P.E. class
-brought out Darwin's theory on the way up . . . oh! those long health classes
. . . in spite of her size, she can really handle her big blue Buick . . . will be
dialing long distance for Bell Telephone as an operator after graduation.
SUSAN E. DUEF
Small, energetic, and full of fun . . . frequently seen with Gerry and Joyce
in her ,53 Merc . . . kept the teachers going at Tech School . . . her blue eyes
are the envy of all . . . what would Family Circle do without Sue? . . . her infec-
tious giggle could always be heard in the halls of M.H.S .... will never stop
talking about her vacation with Gerry in North Carolina . . . looking forward
to more weekends at the shore . . . will make a terrific beautician after gradua-
WALTER HARRIS ELLIS, JR.
The "end" of our Bulldog gridders or one of them . . . editor in charge
of processing the pages of our ROBERT MORRIS . . . one of our high jumping
track men . . . when it comes to wheels, Walt started with an MG and ended up
with a streamlined baby-blue convertible . . . says he's not done yet . . . managed
to squeeze some food into his combination laugh and lunch periods . . . prac-
ticed public speaking as an active member of the Alpha Omega . . . plans to stop
off at college on his way to seminary.
JOAN M. FOSTER
Known for her quietness, but she still managed to give the teachers a hard
time . . . kept our librarian busy looking for books . . . enjoyed Home Ec pe-
riods because they're just like another lunch period . . . one of the few girls who
doesn't mind eating everything she makes . . . answered to "Ralph" for quite
some time after taking driving lessons from Mr. Davies . . . watch outl, here
comes joan and her green "bomb!" . . . looking forward to getting married after
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SARA JANE FRICK
A senior on the go . . . capable secretary of Student Council . . . participated
in all girls' sports and did a good job in each . . . usually found in the center of
a good time . . . carried the Red, White, and Blue for our marching band . . .
really dreaded those long practices . . . managed to keep her surprise parties a
secret till the last minute . . . Hey Sue, what was your final mark in School Store?
. . . college bound, Sue will prepare for elementary teaching.
JAMES LAMAR GAEGEN
"There could be trouble" . . . could often be heard echoing through "C"
wing from the art room . . . the battle cry of this talented senior has led to many
a handsome sculptured head . . . helped hold up his end of our senior rock and
roll assemblies . . . a fanatic stock car enthusiast . . . loves to lend a hand when
wheels are involved . . . Jim's "original" sense of humor could keep any class
from being dull . . . future plans include getting a job right after graduation.
CHARLES RONALD GEANETTE
Charlie is one fellow who liked to come to school in the middle of the
morning . . . he's hardly ever seen without his red cap . . . threatened to wear
it to Washington . . . spends most of his time working on his truck . . . who
gave you your nickname, Ernie? . . . avid fan of most M.H.S. sports . . . usually
found keeping Gordon out of trouble . . . by the way, Charlie, what happened
in chemistry class? . . . his future plans include giving Uncle Sam a hard time
in the Navy.
Jeff is another good-looking member of our male population . . . why do
the boys get all the curly hair! . . . was a strong halfback on our Bulldog lineup
. . . a fan of all types of sports . . . played a mad scientist in our class play . . .
proud driver of a cool Chevy . . . looking for Jeff-try the "raill' . . . spends a
lot of time hunting with Dave and Dusty . . . when it comes to clothes, he's
strictly ivy league . . . future includes getting a good job or entering college.
ANTHONY BAYNE GORMAN
Tall, blonde, and handsome-our senior class's prime example of the strong
silent type . . . one of the first to run out of senior pictures . . . has been trying
for years to break Dusty's rail-sitting record . . . a member of 12-1's private
P.O.D. class . . . as a track man, he specialized in the high jump . . . got to be a
permanent fixture in the shop . . . favored some more national holidays pro-
vided they fell during hunting season . . . plans to spend the years following
graduation touring the world in Navy blues.
CAROLYN MARION GREEN
" Carolyni' C ommerriazl
Can boast of being one of the only "true" blondes in our senior class . . .
a peppy co-captain of the cheerleaders . . . has the ability to talk herself into and
out of anything . . . claimed her favorite subject was gym class-proved this by
doing every trick imaginable on the gym equipment . . . didnt seem to care too
much for transcription classes . . . spends quite a bit of her time with a hand-
some member of the Class of '55 . . . would like to become a secretary in her
father's office after graduation.
ALFRED N. HADLEY
' 'A1" Technical
The tall quiet type . . . carpentry major at Technical school . . . gave our
business manager quite a helping hand straightening out all those candy orders
. . . always willing to help whenever something must be done . . . pet peeve
is history class-just couldn't get interested in it . . . Al's favorite hobby is
woodworking-has made many a handy gadget to prove his talent . . . often
seen riding around town in a "hot', Merc . . . is looking forward to a job with
a building contractor after graduation.
MARY ELIZABETH HAINES
A rumpus-raising senior who is really full of the devil . . . could always be
counted on to question the whys and wherefores of our schoolls regulations . . .
is it really red ?-only her hairdresser knows for sure . . . prefers four wheels to
walking any day, especially when they are covered by a white Bonneville . . .
wished school started at 2:30 . . . instigator of the instant gym shower-taken
while fully clothed, no soap required . . . a secretarial career is her main am-
bition upon graduation.
"Chris" C ommewial
Cute and classy . . . was very dependable as our class secretary and co-
business manager of the yearbook . . . treasurer of Student Council . . . well
dressed for every occasion--maybe sewing in her spare time has something to do
with it . . . how does it feel to be at the top of the rope, "jose?" . . . used
her make-up ability back stage during the senior play . . . wins all the locker
room competition . . . will make good use of her commercial training, as she
plans to pursue a career in secretarial work.
RICHARD K. HART
Outstanding athlete in the class , . . has three well-earned stripes . . . co-
captain and fighting fullback of the Varsity Eleven . . . successful in keeping
the state shot put record in the Hart family . . . helped take the Morrisville
Legion Baseball team into the finals at Allentown last summer . . . can't seem to
stay away from food . . . probably picked up the habit from Vince and Max
. . . frequently a "big tease" but knows how to take it, too , . . a neat dresser
with added height . . . looking forward to college in the near future.
CHARLES VINCENT INVERSO
"Tootie" G mem!
A good-natured senior who takes a lot of ribbing about "blue and green"
. . . often found in the art room giving Ray pointers on his hot rod models . . .
Tootie's "taxi service" seems to be in competition with the bus . . . gave Mr.
Thomas a rough time in P.O.D. class when it came to politics . . . favors taking
the vote away from women . . . quite the Cassanova when it comes to the girls
. . . plans to join the Navy after graduation . . . think they'll give you a green
An auto body major at Technical school . . . has quite a big voice for a
short senior . . . kept the customers happy while working at Foose's during the
summer . . . spends his spare time improving his bowling score . . takes a lot
of pride in keeping the automatic pin-setters busy at Delmorr Lanes . . . won't
admit he has short-circuited a couple of them already . . . if you can't find
Bill around anywhere, try looking under some cars-will make a career of this
pastime as a mechanic after graduation.
Came to us in his sophomore year from Connecticut . . . enjoys playing
basketball and participating in track . . . spends quite a bit of time bowling
and weather permitting, ice skating . . . insists he doesn't have any trouble
breathing at that high altitude . . . put those pretty white lines on our football
field for us for two seasons . . . likes to go boating on the river . . . is always
inventing something new . . . spent his summer evenings with the rest of the
"mailbox cowboys" . . . plans to attend a technical college and major in elec-
DONNA JEAN KEUPER
A senior with a figure! . . . possesses the looks and a warm personality
to go along with it . . . had your fill of history this year, didn't you, Donna?
. . . has never been seen with straight hair . . . seemed to enjoy taking her
showers fully dressed after gym class, huh Donna? . . . really loved those ex-
ercises during gym periods . . . took quite an interest in the Legion games this
past summer . . . has her man picked out already-that rock on her left hand
proves it . . . plans to get married soon after graduation.
BARBARA FRANCES KLEPADLO
Well known as the gal with the sexy giggle-a very contagious one at that
. . . derived much pleasure from demanding the unobtainable proof for her
completely unanswerable questions . . . helped keep the commercial classes from
getting dull . . . gets a big kick out of getting Arlene into trouble-but it
usually works out the other way around . . . an inseparable pair . . . enjoyed
working at the RKO Trent . . . Barb's future plans are not really decided . . .
may become either a secretary or a medical technician.
A quiet fellow until he decides he knows you . . . life wouldn't be worth
living if he couldn't ever have the family Ford . . . wants to rearrange the
seasons so there will be four summers for swimming . . . denies having a ghost
writer . . . had a cheery hello in the morning for anyone with nerve enough to
speak to him then . . . always got one of the higher marks in P.O.D. . . .
pulling a switch in his future plans-wants to go to college and then join the
Navy . . . hopes Uncle Sam will cooperate.
A trumpet playing senior . . . did a really bang-up job as class custodian
of the dollar signs . . . often mistaken for Gotchs shadow . . . insisted they had
never planned to dress exactly alike . . . couldnt seem to sit long enough for
Shay to sketch his profile in art class . . . spent many a P.O.D. class in
heated discussion with Mr. Thomas . , . usually left slightly frustrated at the
end of class . . . favored longer class meetings, more often . . . undecided as
to what he wants from life.
JUD ITH GAIL l..ANli
One of Mrs. Miller's good cooks . . . really enjoyed Home Ec classes
. . . never missed a football or a basketball game if she could help it . . . loves
dogs . . . owns two . . . Helen and Marge join Judy to form an inseparable
trio . . . Morrisville's Three Musketeers . . . looked forward to English classes
. . . thought Mrs. Keller did a better job of Macbeth than Judith Ander-
son . . . also praised the assemblies along with the other seniors . . . her quiet
way of doing things always gets the job done . . . hopes to work at Bell Tele-
phone after graduation.
RICHARD LAXVRENCE LANE
A willing worker when it came time to get ads for the yearbook . . . did
somebody say something about a free yearbook? . . . spent his free time working
at Talone's . . . says his hobbies are girls, cars, and food . . . spends a lot of
time riding with uthe gang" in his '56 Chevy . . . a faithful supporter of most
M.l'l,S. activities . . . was notorious for giving the teachers a hard time . . .
how much time did you spend in the office today, Dick? . . . he plans to
join Uncle Samls boys in blue after he leaves school.
JAMES F. LAVERICK
The proud possessor of a two track mind . . . cars and girls . . . always
found either in his car or under it . . . is trying to break the sound barrier with
his "cricket" . . . spells happiness with a great big dollar sign . . . vows
heill "strike it richi' . . . a real sports fan . . . tries to make it to all the
games . . . has a pretty good record too . . . hopes to get a crack at some of
those Air Force jets . . . promises then to settle down with his money and a
SANDRA LEE LAYMAN
"Sandy" C ommercial
A real leg-puller from way back-just loves to tease . . . "Sam,' looks
like a pro when it comes to dancing . . . a very neat dresser . . . always seems
to have something new to wear . . . likes to ride around in her father's big
white Buick . . . would make an excellent hair stylistgdoes a wonderful job
on her friends' hair and her own . . . spends a lot of her spare time "messing
around" with the rest of the D.D.D ..,. future plans include becoming
either a beautician or a secretary after graduation.
RICHARD HAVEN LEN OX
' ' Dick' ' A rmieffzic
avid sports enthusiast often represented M H S on the air Wu es
managed to keep in step in all the parades in spite of the bi bass drum
he had to carry . . . kept his classmates in a good mood . . . did an excellent
job as Willoughby Adams in our senior play . . . won a letter for his participa-
tion on the cross country team . . . has a strange dislike for nose spray, don't
you, Dick? . . . his future plans include attending college after graduation.
A good-looking academic student and efficient president of Student Coun-
cil . . . ' ' . . . 2 . . , ' 1 '
JEANNE LOUISE LONG
"Jeannie" A mdemic
A miss with personality plus . . . has been a cheerleader for the past six
years . . . had a lot of fun as captain of the squad this year . . . known as Miss
Parsons' one-man volleyball team . . . was a hard-running center on the hockey
team . . . never seems to have a weekend without a date . . , hates to admit
it, but she blushes very easily . . . justifiably proud of her long brown hair . . .
really got a charge from those college boards . . . future plans include a college
LINDA SUE LONGSHORE
"Linda" C ommercial
Linda's gay personality and gift of gab make her a big hit with the senior
class . . . happy to say she is a member of the D.D.D. and sports the nickname
of "Lover" . . . remembers all the fun she had when she went bowling with
her foot in a cast . . . claimed she couldn't see the low curb when she broke her
ankle . . . skillfully played the part of "Aunt Hester" in our senior play . . .
works during the week at Klein's Pastry Shop . . . Lover's future plans include
a career in marriage.
N EVIN ALMORE LONTZ
"N ev" Amoiemic
An academic male with a soft spot for General Motors cars-especially
Chevies . . . didn't seem to mind studying, it was the written work that hurt
. . . claimed he often teamed up with Bob to help Joe get his homework
finished . . . a good time means swimming, boating, or dancing to Nev . . .
always knew what was playing at the Lincoln and the Trent-worked across
the street at Taylors . . . future plans consist of marriage after receiving a
degree in electrical technology from Penn State.
RUSSELL R. LYNN
One fellow who doesn't have much to say about anything . . . spends
quite a bit of time in the alleys!bowling alleys of course . . . likes to go
hunting no matter whatls in season . . . kept the general classes in high spirits
with his sense of humor . . . always blamed the bus because he never got to
school on time . . . a faithful supporter of all the Bulldogs, especially the
basketball team . . . plans to take to the "wild blue yonder" in the Air Force
JUDITH ANN MacN EIL
"Judy" C ofzzmercial
A proud aunt many times over . . . could always be counted on to liven
up some of our duller classes . . . sports an up-to-date hairstyle . . . wears many
a cute combination well . . . has held down quite a few part-time jobs . . .
another lucky gal who's sporting a beautiful engagement ring . . . rarely ever
seen without Don . . . often managed to capture the keys to Donls Pontiac
. . . plans to attend a beauty culture school upon graduation, after which she
will start work on a happy marriage.
PHYLLIS JEAN MAGEE
Phyl has spent the last ten years of her life in uniform-a Girl Scout
uniform that is . . . was a Canadian resident for two weeks last summer
when the Senior Scouts invaded northern soil . . . appears to be quiet but some-
times we wonder . . . added volume to the senior chorus' soprano section
. . . chief cook and gavel banger of the F.T.A .... member of the yearbook
staff . . . contributed much as student director of our junior play . . . always
ready and willing to give a helping hand . . . future plans include college
and then a career awaits her in teaching.
MARY CARMELLA MARRAZZO
"Carmel', C offzmerrml
Ranks among our three letter girls . . , fond of all types of sports . . .
must have covered miles of court by now chasing basketballs for the last three
years . . . deserves a high mark in personality . . . sorry she can only attend
East Stroudsburg on the weekends . . . was an able cheerleader for a number
of years . . . could bop to a Beethoven symphony . . . often seen bowling with
members of the D.D.D ,... had a strange aversion to homework . , . future
plans include attending l.B.M. school and marriage.
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A small, quiet senior-never has a mean word for anyone , . . sat through
the cold weather at all the football gamesfthawed out when basketball season
rolled around . . . favored cutting out all gym classes . . . one of the persons
lucky enough to find a part-time job . . . Sun Ray got a good bargain . . .
seems to have a telephone that came complete with a "busy signal" . . . claims
she is practicing for the future . . . hopes to obtain a position with Bell Tele-
phone after graduation.
MARTHA JEAN MASON
Came to Morrisville High a few years back from Council Rock . . . goes
for all sports and wears a three striped blue and gold sweater to prove it . . .
seemed to enjoy those long walks and fast rides to Neshaminy . . . worked
diligently as art supervisor of both our junior prom and our yearbook--they
couldn't have been a success without her . , , a very lively member of the
D.D.D .... oh that nickname . . . has nothing definite planned for the future
but would like to work in the field of art.
ROBERT G. McCARTHY
Came to M.H.S. from Bishop Egan in his sophomore year-claims there is
no comparison between the two schools . . . naturally M.H.S. came out on
top . . . a sports enthusiast from way back . . . is capable of playing a good
game of basketball . . . claims his pet peeve is girls who wear too much
make-up . . . one of the few people who can always greet you with a smile
regardless of the situation at hand . . . after graduation Bob plans to work as
an assistant in a metal fabrication plant.
BARBARA A. MILLER
"Barb" C ommerciazl
A brown-eyed beauty with quite a sense of humor . . . has been co-captain
of the IV. hockey team for the past two years . . . played a "hot" clarinet in
band for a number of years . . . helped organize the D.D.D. by naming several
members, right Phoebe? . . . made the junior and senior plays quite a success
with her fine character portrayals . . . spent many hours working on the yearbook
as co-business manager-just seems to have a flair for business . . . future plans
include a business career for Barb.
EARL RICHARD MILLER
A sports-loving senior from Tech . . . a terrific ballplayer-was practically
considered Trenton's Little League home run king several years back . . . has
many admirers-wonder if it could be those deep blue eyes? . . . likes to buzz
around town in his '54 Ford . . . claims girls are his pet peeve-who are you
kidding, Dick? . . . somehow managed to be absent from school whenever
hunting season started . . . favorite pastime seems to be teasing . . . future
plans include serving under Uncle Sam in some branch of the service.
TERRY L. MITCHELL
"Terry" j Technical
Our mad chemist from Tech school . . . one of the few people who was
always on the honor roll . . . was lucky enough to have quite a few college
offers . . . enjoys all kinds of sports whether she is participating in them or
just watching . . . could be heard cheering our fellows on at all of our football
games . . . spends her after school hours at Fanny Farmerls keeping the cus-
tomers happy . . . plans to work as a laboratory assistant upon graduation
after which a career in marriage will follow.
A commercial art major at Tech school . . . has many friends even though
he is known as a man of a few words . . . this must be due to his winning
personality . . . one of the few people who was seen at practically all of our
sporting events . . . helped to cheer our teams on to quite a few victories . . .
another one of our bowling enthusiasts-a rather good one at that . . . a
future in some field of commercial art is waiting for Bill upon graduation.
SHEILA JANE VALENTINE MOSLEY
"Shay', Comm ewial
One of our high-stepping majorettes . . . another member of the D.D.D.
. . . a part time job keeps her busy after school . . . a willing worker on the
yearbook staff . . . kept the soprano section of the chorus on key , . . makes
use of her artistic talents in the art room . . . doesn't particularly care for her
other nickname . . . avid supporter of all school activities , . . one of the best
dressed senior girls . . . has the appropriate clothes for every occasion . . . a
full time job as a receptionist is Waiting for her when she graduates .
JONATHAN P. NAMEY
One guy who took quite a bit of teasing from the girls, but loved every
minute of it . . . put his time spent in the art room to a good use . . . has
really done some beautiful oil paintings . . . can rack up quite a high score at
the bowling alleys . . . gets a kick out of comparing those scores with Louie
and Tootie . . . one of the cutest soda jerks in town . . . enjoys helping keep
Burns' Pharmacy running . . . thinking about making the Marines a career
RAYMOND JANIES NEARY
Classes are never dull for long when Ray's around . . . schedules his
classes by Eastern Standard Neary Time . . . works his majors around art
class . . . hopes to win some prizes with that hot stock car he and jim own
. . . helped to keep Holiday Lanes running . . . our own Ricky Nelson . . . still
has a large following from his last smash assembly . . . loved every minute
of giving Mrs. Keller a hard time . . . proud owner of the "Blue Hornet"
. . . keeps all the girls guessing . . . future's undecided but will likely rest on
A quiet, friendly senior who spends much of her spare time working with
an easel and palette . . , has painted some beautiful life-like portraits . . . the
library seemed to be her favorite spot during study halls . . . possessor of a
whistle-worthy figure . . . just waits for the days when she can go horseback
riding . . . appears to be rather serious minded but doesn't miss out on any
of the fun . . . june's plans are as yet undecided-may enter college or become
an airline stewardess.
DOROTHY MARIAN NOLAN
A girl with connections in Morrisvillels government . . . still wearing
her Nixon-Lodge button-claims she will wear it until they get in . . . eats
her lunch with the rest of the D.D.D .,.. helped quite a bit with the index
for the yearbook . . . a staunch Phillies fan . . . keeps everyone in stitches
with her "extra dryn sense of humor . . . willing to fight for any underdog
. . . keeps a point record for Shay . . . faithful rooter at every Morrisville
game . . . plans to become another Florence Nightingale after graduation.
The tall, lanky type . . . really liked to tease the girls but took just as much
teasing as he dished out . . . hey, where are you going, "Chester?,' . . . was a
faithful atron of "Tootie's Taxi Service" . . . but still managed to get to
school od? time . . . insists the gutters move on either side of Delmorr Lanes-
in spite of this, Louie has rolled many a winning score . . . is thinking about
starting a movement to abolish clerical practice . . . will take to the clouds as
an airman come june.
SHIRLEY ANN PATTERSON
A gal with an indescribable laugh . . . received letters for each of her
great performances in all three sports . . . especially enjoyed teasing Miss Par-
sons . . . one of our nice looking majorettes . . . she hopes her part in the
senior play will help her acting ambitions . . . found time for chorus, leaders'
club, and yearbook staff meetings . . . everybody's a little envious of her green
"cat eyes" . . . sports the nickname "Snow as president of the D.D.D. . . . plans
to attend college after graduation to become a mortician.
A good looking senior with an appealing personality . . . was the starting
center for our Bulldog gridders in both his junior and senior years . . . one
guy who seems to know loads of people from everywhere . . . put his artistic
talents to use at Tech school as a commercial art major . . . you can be sure
Alby could make some money on those record album covers he specializes
in . . . future plans are not really decided but will probably be along the line
of commercial art.
SAMUEL S. PETRYSZAK
A friendly fellow with a great sense of humor . . . packed a wallop as a
fighting halfback . . . an active baseball and track participant . . . our class
bookie-what are the odds today, Sam? . . . especially enjoyed those days when
he could sleep late . . . gets a kick out of teasing anybody who's nearby . . .
always getting into some sort of mischief with the rest of the senior fel-
lows . . . doesnit think he'll ever forget his surprise birthday party . . . a career
in engineering awaits him after several more years of higher education.
Ujoanni' Te charm!
A friendly, happy miss who astonished everyone by having her homework
done all the time . . . attended Tech school every two weeks to study the
value of clothing . . . does exceptionally well in merchandising .... keeps
everyone laughing at Clover Leaf Dairy with her crazy antics . . . can tell you
all about the latest "scoops" around Morrisville . . . seems to terrify the
pedestrians with her little green car . . . claims her pet peeve is all that ghastly
history homework . . . Joann's future plans include attending college and
majoring in fashion designing.
DONALD ALLEN PICCIOTTI
Quite the comedian . . . spent most of his class time keeping his fellow
classmates in stitches . . . had a hard time amusing Mr. Krepich though--isn't
that right, Don? . . . enjoyed helping keep Carmen's Barber Shop running
after school . . . didn't seem to realize school was in session during hunting
season . . . quite a musician too . . . did a terrific job playing the guitar in Bob
Cairo's Band . . . often seen riding around town in his '52 Pontiac . . would
like to become a full-fledged barber after graduation.
KENNETH W. PICCIOTTI
A happy-go-lucky guy who enjoys playing both ends against the middle
. . . ready to have fun anytime and his devilish smile suggests it . . . when
there is a new dance step out, Ken is doing it at Canteen . . . a spirit rouser at
most of our sport events . . . another fellow who forgets about school during
hunting season'-seems to run in the family . . . gets an extra big charge out
of teasing the girls . . . plans to give Uncle Sam a hard time when he joins
the Navy upon graduation.
PEGGY ANN PINTO
The tiny member of our class . . . helped give the hockey team a lot of
get-up-and-go as co-captain . . . takes a lot of teasing from the rest of the
D.D.D .... able secretary of leaders' club . . . keep your great bowling score
up, l'Mouse" . . . always heard saying, "XY!hen are we going to eat?'l . . . how's
the cheese supply? . . . known as the girl who's bubbling over with a wonder-
ful personality . . . plans include going to l.B.M. school or becoming a secretary
after graduation from M.H.S.
HELEN PO BUTKIEXVICZ
"Helen" C ommercml
The only senior girl who was fortunate enough to be referred to by her
first name only during most roll callsfotherwise known as Helen Smith . . .
took a lot of teasing good naturedly . . . claims she frustrates all her friends
while shoppingfhas to stop and window shop at every store . . . as a collector
of jewelry, she shows a preference for rings-has quite a collection . . . her
future plans are undecided, but would like to work as a filing clerk or a
NANCY ANN RICHIE
Personality plus attractiveness . . . add them together and you have a
senior well liked by everyone . . . applied her tactful abilities as vice-president
of our class and copy editor of our yearbook . . . acquiring a beautiful, dark tan
is her aim during the summer months . . . loves pizza pies . . . as top come-
dienne of the D.D.D., she has the nickname of "Spurtzel" . . . just what
would the commercial girls do without her regular morning jokes? . . . working
now toward her future secretarial career, she is a part-time secretary with
Standard Loan Company.
GERA LD RILEY
A shorter member of the class yet he never goes unnoticed . . . they
say hels the wildest cook at Tech . . . believes in combining a lot of fun with
his work-this usually produces a day with a lot of laughs . . . spends most of
his time talking about bowling-though a lot more of it is spent racking up
some impressing scores . . . was frequently seen roaming the halls with Bill
. . . one of his favorite pastimes is fishing . . . plans to put his Tech training
to use as a chef upon graduation.
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JOYCE KAY ROBERTS
A peppy senior who gets herself out of a lot of predicaments because of
her friendly personality . . . held reservations at Canteen from way back-
quite a dancer . . . finds fun in the summer at the pool . . . bowling enjoyment
seems to run in the family-how many strikes was that, Joyce? . . . rarely
ever seen without a novel in her possessionwseems to spend most of her spare
time reading . . . hopes her present course in school and her part-time job will
help her with a business career upon graduation.
JUDITH ANN RUDLOFF
Small and energetic, she's quicker than the eye . . . did you see a flash
of red go by? . . . it must have been Judy . . . loves to ride with a carload of
girls in her little ,Sl Nash . . . saves her new blue Chevy for special occasions
. . . made a habit of joking or arguing with the teachers all the time . . . if you
find Judy, you're sure to find plenty of noise and fun . . . gave the trampoline
quite a jolt during P.E. classes . . . plans on marriage soon after graduation.
MARJORIE ANN SABO
A reasonably quiet girl-most of the time . . . she never lets things get
dull . . . did a good job as head majorette in her senior year . . . which was
taller, Marj, you or the hat? . . . softball is her favorite sportffproved it
with her fast pitching arm . . . usually going to the Beacon for cokes . . . why
there, Marj? . . . enjoys reading novels in her spare time . . . manages to keep
her romantic interests a secret most of the time . . . future plans include fur-
thering her education at Rider Business College.
DALE AN N E SANFORD
An active member of our senior class . . . really likes her name, why
Dale? . . . occupies a seat in the alto section of the senior chorus . . . plays
the glockenspiel in the band , . . spends many of her idle hours horseback
riding . . . keeps Johnson and Johnson in business . . . knits a mean sweater
. . . livened up the "dead file" room of New Jersey Manufacturing last sum-
mer . . . will never forget the "bumpy road" on the way to get working
papers . . . plans to attend business school after graduation.
MARY FLIZABFTH SAUDER
An attractive senior academic student . . . was active in all intramural
sports-has received letters for her participation in both hockey and basketball
. . . was a competent and hard working assistant editor of our yearbook . . .
didn't especially enjoy her math classes, did you Betts? . . . won the Crisco
Award for home economics in her junior year . . . proudly and efficiently
represented M.H.S. in County Chorus for the past four years and District
Chorus in her senior year . . . after graduation Betts will attend West Chester
College for a course in elementary education.
A guy who can tell you something funny and still keep a straight face
. . . quite the cut-up when it comes to teasing the girls . . . did a very good
job as one of our fighting Eleven . . . hurt his hand in the beginning of the
year-claims he didn't know the gun was loaded! . . . a typical neat dresser
. . . spends his spare time keeping the animals running-toward his traps, that
is . . . dreaded the days when he couldn't drive his '54 Ford to school . . . future
plans include attending a business college.
CAROL ANNE SHARP
A sociable senior with the ability to get along with everyone . . . never
seen without her smile and never heard without her giggle . . . part of the
backbone of senior chorus for many years . . . a sports fan, especially if
Morrisville is playing . . . has a craze for camping . . . been a Girl Scout for
many, many moons . . . a member of our valiant yearbook staff . . . F.N.A.
would have been lost without her . . . spent last summer at Mercer Hospital
getting practice for her future career in nursing.
GIERALDI NIE SMlrl'H
A fun loving Tech student with a knack for winning many friends . . . a
staunch advocate of a lot of laughs and a good time . . . was a faithful sup-
porter of all football games-how come, "Beanie'l? . . . wished every class
was art-is quite an accomplished artist . . . claimed she really enjoyed those
Saturday night canteens . . . is forever experimenting with her hair . . . maybe
the reason is that she was a beauty culture major at Tech school . . . will put
this training to use as a beautician upon graduation.
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ANNA MAE SMOLINSKI
Noted for being one of the friendliest members of the senior class . . . if
you have anything to sell, just ask Anna to help you-she has fine sales
appeal . . . is able to boast about her ability in volleyball-has helped several
gym class teams in their race for the championship . . . enjoys cooking and
watching television . . . can tune you in on all the latest happenings . . . faithful
and hard working member of Mrs. Miller's club . . . Anna's future plans are
as yet undecided.
t THOMAS A. SOFTLEY
Duke i Academic
Another good looking academic male . . . never seen with a frown . . . did
an outstanding job as our senior class president . . . participated in the science
seminar for nearly four years . . . played varsity basketball and football for the
Bulldogs . . . type casted as the athletic Mr. Allison in our senior play . . . owns
an amateur ham radio which he operates in his spare time . . . can be heard
all over the world . . . plans to enter college after graduation to study in the
field of electronic engineering.
LYNNE BROOKS SPEECHLEY
Proud of being one of our three letter girls . . . did a good job as captain
of the color guard . . . takes a lot of teasing about her red hair but doesn't
seem to mind it, do you "Big Red ?" . . . Gee Lynne, where did you get that
big white Caddy? . . . oh, those hockey practices! . . . kept that ball moving
up the field giving the other teams a lot of competition . . . a bowling addict
from way back . . . spends August at Stone Harbor recuperating from july
. . . bound for college after graduation.
ELIZABETH JANE STAUFFER
An active miss both in and out of school . . . did a tremendous job as
our yearbook editor . . . doesn't think she'll ever forget those chemistry experi-
ments . . . worked hard on the hockey team . . . also enjoyed intramurals . . .
always takes time to say . . . a faithful member of band and orchestra
. . . helped make the senior play a success . . . didn't seem to mind writing all
those English compositions . . . enjoyed working as a volunteer at Mercer
Hospital . . . is looking forward to attending nursing school after graduation.
A hot-rodding senior with a "nutty" sense of humor . . . could often be
seen riding around town in his '54 Ford . . . was an auto body repair major at
Tech-one of those "you bend 'em, we mend 'em" guys . . . wishes hunting
season could be extended to last all year 'round . . . has quite a vast gun col-
lection . . . joined the rest of the Tech fellows when it came to clowning
around . . . future plans are undecided but will probably join some branch of
VINCENT EDWARD STRASZYNSKI
Another of our bigger senior athletes . . . made the All Delaware Valley
football team as a tackle in his junior year . . . active as a baseball player and
track man . . . spends his spare time sleeping or playing pool . . . always
praising his "Black Bomb" . . . likes to lift weights when he finds the time
. . . can be found with Sam, Gotch, and Brute-especially if they're in some sort
of trouble . . . takes the brunt of a lot of teasing good naturedly . . . after
graduation Vince plans to enter college to further his education.
DONNA JAN ET SUP PERS
Known as our class beatnik . . . just loves being different . . . you'll
never know what kind of hairdo she'll come up with next . . . kept busy after
school working as a part-time dental assistant . . . has a variety of nick-
names . . . hey, "Fred," what happened to your sneakers? . . . believes in letting
her conscience be her guide-in class plays that is . . . a steadfast homework
hater-since it can't be helped, she laughs it off . . . her plans for the future
include either becoming a secretary or entering modeling school.
H. ARLENE THOMPSON
A staunch upholder of our student rights . . . a member of Student
Council for the past six years . . . was noted for her thoroughly confusing
questions asked during bookkeeping classes . . . spends most of her time in an
isolation booth selling tickets at the RKO Lincoln . . . enjoyed cheerleading
for two years and did a good job as co-captain in her junior year . . . had
trouble getting to classes on time . . . loathed working in the high school
office . . . will take to the air after graduation as an airline stewardess.
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A friendly hammer wielding senior-majored in carpentry at Tech school
. . . holds a high rank along with those who have a "little,' trouble getting
up on time for school . . . claims his pet peeve is girls but he still manages to
get a lot of enjoyment out of teasing thcmfand he gcnerally succeeds . . . en-
joys spending his spare time tinkering with cars and going bowling . . . is
capable of giving his fellow bowlers quite a bit of competition . . . Bill's
future plans include joining the Navy.
MARGARET ANN TOTH
Head majorette of the V.F.W .... did a fine job of teaching the younger
members of the corp to twirl . . . has won many medals to prove her twirling
ability . . . claimed she enjoyed doing those exercises in gym class, are you
sure, Margaret? . . . looked forward to all of those Home Ec classes with Mrs.
Miller . . . has made quite a few of her own clothes . . . is lucky enough to
have the opportunity to move to Florida soon after graduation . . . future
plans are undecided but will probably get a job there.
FRANCIS M. VALERIANO
A good looking senior with the type of personality that makes him one
of the most popular boys in our class . . . always found having a good time
or in the middle of creating one . . . switched back to M.H.S. from Tech
school in his senior year . . . helped add a lot of humor and fun to all of his-
classes . . . has been a faithful member of Canteen for quite some time-is a
sharp dancer . . . future plans are not definitely decided upon but will prob-
ably get a job soon after graduation.
ROBERT LLOYD WALTIERSDORFF
A combination of a keen mind and a terrific sense of humor . . . when
he teamed them up with his artistic talent, he turned out many a wacky car-
toon . . . proved to be a dependable and conscientious business manager . . . was
typecasted perfectly as the wise-cracking conscience in our senior play . . . a
ping-pong prodigy . . . one of the pole vaulting men on our track team . . .
worked hard at Factorls grocery store in his spare time . . . a career in medicine
is Bob's goal after his graduation from college.
Blond hair and freckles ?Ayou're looking at Chuck . . . a second baseman
for our baseball Bulldogs . . . track and basketball took up quite a bit of his
after-school time . . . the outdoor type, he likes to go hunting and fishing . . .
also goes for bowling in a big way '... spent a lot of his time in school in the
shop making all those "gadgets, '... the activity he gets the most pleasure from
is cutting Vince up . . , future plans include getting a job after graduation.
JEAN ELEANOR WOLli
Jean is really a fun-loving senior . . . one of the most loyal supporters
at all M.H.S, games . . . will always remember the trip to Canada with the
Senior Girl Scouts . . . was kept busy for two years keeping a Brownie troop
in line . . . when she's not camping, she's eating . . . gathered enough informa-
tion while lending a hand in the library to start one of her own . . . really
packs a wallop when it comes to bus numbers . . . intends to work for a
while after graduation and then get married.
THADDEI IS M. ZAXWATSKY
'Ted' ' Teclmiml
Blond hair and blue eyes make a good looking combination . . . did a
great job calling signals for our Bulldog Eleven . , . the only senior to play
all our varsity sports . . . looks terrific in his varsity sweater with its four
gold stripes . . . could only brighten up our halls every second two
weeks . . . attended Tech the other two , . . usually stopped at every inter-
section while changing classes . . . could be he was waiting for the light to
change . . . summer finds him fishing or swimming . . . hopes to build his
future around a career in electrical engineering.
ELAINE CAROL ZOCCO
The girl with the winning smile! . . . played hockey for three years
and was co-captain during her senior year . . . her excellent soprano voice
enabled her to participate in County and District Choruses for the past three
years . . . was selected honor soloist for the class of '61 . . . portrayed the role
of Aunt Phoebe in the senior play . . . worked hard as photo editor of our
yearbook . . . held down a job at Klein's Pastry Shop . . . after graduation her
ambition is to attend business school or become an airline stewardess.
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As seniors the emotions we
hzuc experienced are many. Al-
though they have occurred quickly
and seemed unimportant, they have
made strong impressions upon us
which will stay with us long after
our june graduation.
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From lefz lu figbl, Rauf lf C. Davis. A Bilheimc-r. J. Culnngclo, J. Ditiuurs. Ron' 2: P, Heller.
B. Deitrick, D. Carroll, C. Bradley, B. Bucknum, B. Harris. Raw 3: D. Cunningham, C. Fabian,
T. Campanelli, A. Butterworth, I.. Curt, li, Anderson. S, Cuntursu. D. Elmer. Rffzz' -JJ T. Balrlwcr.
C. Hensor, J. Cappiello, R. Girton, J. Cutrhineul, B. Gerber, T. Davis, B. Frye, C. Hahcl.
Zflb' l6'ril!izz11ce af the Spotlight - the
From left Io right, Row 1: S. Lodge. S. Lewis, D. Lecclom. U. Paxson. Rau' 2: M. Herrity, B.
Hoagland. Rau' 3: L. Phillips. S. Landis, R. Miele. P. Lenox, P. Lippin, J. Jablunski. Okurow-
ski, M. Johnson. Raw 4: M. Mraz, D. Luhin. J. Huggins, K. Muschal, R. Johnson, I.. Parker, G.
Mount, R. Jackson. J. Mclntyrc, M. Marshall, D. Kuuglier, J. Murphy, C. Jurey, R. Olafson.
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From left ia riglal, Row 1: C. Skuse, C. Szura, R. Voglur, G. Rech. Rauf 2: P. Smith, C. Wultci'5-
dorff, T. Thom, J. Taylor, M. Schmitt, E. Pim. Raul 3: C, Slack, C. Reading, P. Stauh, M.
Woytko, L. Stoddard, N. Vulcriamm, P. Rogglski. blqllllllllf Rffzi -fx B. Stmiuhcrg, li. XXYOULlVv'L111l.
C, Shull, F, Thorn, G. Zsolnny, L. Roclcufellow, A, Sclmfvr, R, Smith, R, Kostiir. K, Young, B, Vncuo.
Uzrill af the Star Wzfzzld S0014 16? Zfaurs
From lefl in rigbl, Raw 7: I, Scliepclcnko. N. Bnugh, C, Mutek, A. Horvgilh, Ron' 2: J. Riley, J.
Delay. Row 3: L. Mitchell, E. Gardner, W. Hartel, J. Nagy, R. Kzmia.
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From lefz lo riglolx Row 1: V. Cailahro, C, Dry, S, Amcrine, K. Baird, A. Curr, D. Duncan, G
Ficarrotta. Row 2: K. Mcllvaine, F, Fischer, R. Beudlc, J. Burger, G. Donn, M. Ashmore, J. Bro-
clcflsi, Ran' 3: N, Cmlal. B. Davis, G. Carnes, S, Burns, C, Bogglqmnl R, Dcvlig, RUN' .jg A, Dame
ron, W. Case, D, Chewning, W. Allshousc, R. Bailey, E. Fischer, D, Coble, R, Cowell, R. Burke,
S. Arabis, A. Cunningham.
In Making Zfrfur Debut Wu of fha?
From M1 fn rfgfif. Rfizz' I: S. jr-imma. 'lf H.ulurn. A. Kinney. 1. Nnmcy, K. Hivicdko, P. Mnttliins.
Row 21 S. hlclonuy, I., Kirsliliolifcr. K. Niksitz, R. Niipolcon, N. Haley, V, Longtin. Razz' 35
Morclock, S. Hall, N. Kovacs, S. Luypo, J. Gcruc, H. Glasser, R. Hoffman. Ruzv D. Lenox, H.
Hughes, B, Manzik, D, Holveck, D. Jackson, R, Mraz, D, Krauss, L. Kerns.
Mywfgw 2-im Emma 1. .zww 1 1 M Mhwmiw M..
from bf! In riqfwf. Razz' l.' Stndlcr, I.. Om111z1nr1, S. Ok111'11wski, M PHL N lyndllc H 71b0I'JVk
ski, N. P.1St11c1'. Razz' 2: D. XV1d111.11111, K. XX7L7I'fl!1I1f.IfllIl. P. XX'11IIme1 S 9LhL1de.111111tL 'I R1
R. Samsel. Row 3: E. Shaginnw, M. Ne11m.1r1n, K. Rosnti, P. Stcmdd.11d R 0111111 I Pctuwn R IZ
R. Wicnckoski, A. Softley, A. Owen, F. Slmll, VI. Schwmz, T. S1111 111 1
9561 of the Stage far the Hrs! Uma'
From left to right, Row 1: M. Maier, L. Moser, If, Billuuimer. C. 'inulpknr S Pcfuxun Iqllll
T. Hudick, T. Skelton, L. Hychalk, J. Elcock, 1. NCLIIII-IIID, Run
Baldwin, R. Tanicello, C. Baugh.
A A Hb Zwffzsrse
From left to right, Row 1: M. Disler, P. Lukaszow, N. Magill, M. Bentz, E, McDonald, J. Hunt.
Row 2.' D. Bills, P. McCarthy, V. Suppers, D. Plntnn, A. Allison, C. Franklin. Rrm' 3: B. Beck,
H. Werner, J. Moyer, E. Pinckarcl, J. Moore, J. Ketnner, R. O'Brien, Rau' 4: C. Cnrney, R. Rnd,
J. Cicco, C. Fischer, R. Frick, L. Hopper, R. Stawski, G. Hunger, P. Klemmer.
Zfrfur Apprenficcshzp After Zflzrec'
From leff 10 rigbz, Raw 1: G. Doster, J. McGarity, I. Antoniw, E. Reading, C. Hughes, C. Tyn-
dale. Row 2.' B. Manzek, 1. Bottoms, J. Carter, N. Haines, K. Byrne, N. Potocki. Rauf 3: M. Mc-
Devitt, A. Schepelenka, D. Goltlenbaum, C. Andrews, M. Mnciknnycz, M. Anderson, B. Houser.
J. Kronnagel, W. Fabian, R. Sultzbach. Row 4: J. Harper, VV. Chapman, D, Hopkins, F. Noonan, 1
A. Albee, R. Mattis, D. Bloodsworth, T. Mills, J. Loss, 1. Groves, T. Preston, J. Rushinski, 1
From leff Io riglni. R011' 7: M. Maier. A, Robinson. C. Hull. D. Bumln. G. Stcinlvciser, I. Harrold
Ron' 2: M. W'icnCkoSlxi. T. Gcraral. K. Smith. D. Tmh. K. Solan. 9. RlCClistr1'. Rim' 3: VU. Clin
ningham. F. Smith, XV. Temple. J. Bumcss. T. Alcfhcv. ,l. Niiwlil. S. Buclclcv. XY. Mata-mcky, T
Tcftcmer. Rfvu' ff! T. Strfisrvnslci, R. Contllrw, R. XX'c11vcr. G. Poland, K. Hans. XV. Mason, xl
Busclic. F. Conklin. K. Finclwurfz.
years Was ,Maui I0 16? Hamplefed
Fmm Zefz 10 riyliz. Rfm' Z: H. Vfilmot. C. HAVQQ. A. Fletllicr. N. M.n'tin. rl, Cmnun, D. Zuracliiw
Sky. Ron' 2: J, Rngalski, K, Pinto. A, Calaluro. R. Vlilnaski. R. Trankluy. R. XY'omlward. R. Cid
wullncler, Row 3: R. Marshall, l.. XVitkowslci, bl. DL-mos. M. Stmldgml. N. XX'eawr, B. H0fX'ilfl1
R, Davis, T, Gamble.
H ' H W2 I
From Iefz I0 righf. Ron' 1: D. Marsh, xl. Browne, E. Codd. T. Lyksns. 1. Stullin, 'lf XX'illiams. M.
Barker, D. White. Rauf 2.' E. Price. F. Michel. C, Anderson. N, Adams, A. Colungelo. C. Kramer.
l.. Cappicllo. K. Nolan. Rffzz' 3: C. Mitchell. M. Alexander. M. Friak. D. Gnilcy. N. Rud, N, Mohr.
C. Pic1cock,j. Apgar, C. Fischer. Ron' ri: B. I'l.lI'Sl1l'7.ll'Q.fCI'. K, james, D. XX'ilson, L. Bryce, J. Syming-
ton, T. Hope, R. XVeber.
aw you J-fad
From iff! 10 rfglif. Row 1: A. Gnlvrielc, B, Schmitt, B. Menth. B. Boychucli. bl. Firnmn, D. Petrysvnlq,
P. Orazi. R. Bennett, Razz' 2.' D. Fisher. S. Tyntlalc. S. XY'oolvL'rton. L. Nagy. N. Magee. H. Bcntllc.
L. Hayes. E. Hcrhefk. Rau' 3: B, Rcul. Slmrp. Onotri. S. -johnson, l. Drrhcr, A. Shutt, I..
Adams, C Boznrth. Row 4: C. Hughes. B, Foulke. G. l-lrotleclsi, tl, Clay. B, jackson. R. Foosu
R. Laird, R. Patterson, R. Pogany.
From left lo righf, Rau' 1: F. Menschner, J. Stout, H, Robbins, J. Pastuer, R. Wietlenhaefcr, R
Treaclway, W. Fenimore, H. Mount. Rau' 2: S. Widrtinnn, L. Moyer, C. Conrad, T. Sullivan, B
Bennett. L, Saxton, L. Wfakeficld, K, Bchrmunn, Ron' 3: S. Haltluntin, S. Thompson, C. Tkucs.
P. james, R. Lohin, C. Cook, J. Jansen, M. Shull. Run' -if C. Brudon, I. Howmsycr, R, Rcso, R
Lyon, W. Dyer, 1. Nevins, R, Constantino, C. Oysnmn.
Down and learn the Ar
From lefz 20 rigbf. Rau' I: D. Sultzbach, S. Meyers, hl. Grll'L'j', B. Gcngo. Run' 21 S. Miller, B
Mate. T. XX'idmunn, R. Cadwnllader. Razz' 3: D. Carr. A. l.uxc1'it'k. R. Gricncr, xl. Kish. Rffzz' 4,
R. Hoagland, A. Tanzillo, M. DeMari0, 1, XVi5nicwslci. 1, Kurluss. C. Evcrnham.
From left I0 right, Row 1: C. Petty, Burgncr, F. Axelrod, P. Dyer, B, Antrohus, A. Cumpimclli,
M. Szoke. Row 2.' C, Oakes, L. Deis, P. Gaslcill, N, Nevin. D. Gaspcr, M. Smith, M. Strombcrg.
S. Brown. Row 3: D. Pctrecca, D. McClces, J. Hillman, G, Roman, A. Cumfui-t, D, Thomas, D.
Slack, N. Ross, D, Yeager, D. Rhoacles, T. Tootcll.
E716 mga Wight Wu .Mt S0
Frnm Ivff In right, Ryu' I: D. Vifidmnnn, A. Marsh, D. Hall, G. Rossi, C. McMullen. Row 2: M,
Lewis, Cook, Frye, Merrill, tl, justitc, lf. Dclrlncy, l., Shull, R011 3: D, XY'ir1tc1', A. Cum-
fort, L. Duff, P. Kusherick, C, Rustay, A. hihutclu, I.. Bodine, D. XX'r1kcficlLl, M, Kuuglicr, V.
Dayton, E. Burgess, -I, Kearns. Razz' -if F, Trofc, j, Arlzims, R. Czlrlucci, S. XXf'illiams, C, Crisp, G,
From lofi 70 rigbf, Row 1: N. Caluhro. R. XX'icdcnlmefer, F. Toth, D. Cowell, H. Peterson, G.
Wloolverton. V. Bennett. XV. Alhnrn. Raza' J: N, Koons. A. jwhnwsn, J. vludy. R. XVeiuer. R. Sumsel
D. Ludwig. R. Cronon. M. Reed. Rffzz C, Leithliter. S. Biilonis. M Xllilmnt. D. Grettun, L
Ricci, M. Meyers, R. Rustay. Row AX: R. Wlitkins, R. Lwpcv. J. Albright, P. Brillu, M. Fletcher, R
Cunningham. H. Grimes.
frangly Af Hrs! Sam Disappmrcd
From lufz to right, Row 1: D. Lehman, B. Seward. D. Moser, C. Stadler, R. Schrieber. E. Leichliter
Row 2: M. Mannon, E. Stoddard. D. Kennedy, P. Ford, D. Patterson, L. Larison, J. Kleinfelder
Row 3: R, Taylor, J, Padgett, R. Mutcjik, G, liarta, M. Kunin,
JZ t 'F'?5i?S'S. . - 12...-L .NCT -. fl. ' fn .M . gf- . ,
ne nfl ibcir fflftff begzrilll.
By .f,l70I'1'.Y like flame f '
. . .Oliver Goldsmith
From lefl to right, firfl row: S. Petryszak, T. Zawatsky, R. Hart, R. Cominski, V. Straszynski
B. Clark, R. Kraft. Second TOZLX' D. Lohin. A, Pnxson, R. Olafson, G, Mount, Giang C
Habel, J. Taylor, A. Softley, Third mtv: R. Smith, R. Jackson, D. jackson, D. Holveck C
Jurey, T. Baldwin, R. Tanicello, C. Lontz, D. Krause.
One of the smallest schools in the
Lower Bucks County League, Morris-
ville has always given its Opponents
a lot of challenging competition. Dur-
ing the past years our Fighting
Eleven have held high ranks in league
records. We have proudly succeeded
again this year by placing in the top
for fast Uma' as
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With the Thanks-
giving Day game at
Bristol Mr. Davies
ended his fifteen year
coaching career. Dean
of the Lower Bucks
County League coaches,
he has been 21 valuable
member of the faculty
not only as a coach but
also as a teacher and
OPPONENTS MORRISVILLE JOE BROADUS
6 Bishop E gan 1 9
O Pennsbury 1 8
O Council Rock 34
4 1 Neshaminy O
6 William Tennent 20
O Woodrow Wilson 1 9
1 9 Bensalem 1 3 Y
7 Delhaas 45
6 Bristol 41
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Zzauksgiviug Day Credit 2714
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Attending our Morrisville-Bristol football game on Thanksgiv-
ing Day is as much of a part of the holiday's activities as eating a
turkey dinner. Added to the crowds, the cheering, and the excite- M
ment, there is sentiment as we seniors realize that this is our last Y
football game. Q L s
of l it r l , r,sstrrt final
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J.v. HOCKEY V
From left to right, firft raw: K. Anderson, J. Hunt, K, Alexander, S. Lan-
dis, P. McCarthy, B. Miller, B. Sauder, S. Laypo, M. Weaver, J. Carter
E. McDonald. Serond row: S. Jerome, D. Bills, K. Solan, D. Elmer, L
Phillips, C. Slack, L. Cart, C. Smedeker, R. Napoleon, B. Stauffer, C. Dry
J. Stadler, J. Burger, S. Scheidemantel.
L When school opened last fall,
Q the cross Country team was seen jog-
ging around the track. The "A" field
became a very familiar place for these
racing runners. The Morrisville Cross
Country Team, one of the youngest in
the League, has gained added experi-
ence through long hours of practice
and Competitive meets. These run-
ners can look forward to a winning
season next year.
From lefl In rigbi, ffm! 1'0Z!f B. Gerber. NW. Frye, A. Cunningham. R. Vogler. C. Szurri. C, Shull.
Second faux' Mr. Thomas, D. Lenox, B. Stromberg, G. Zsolnay, P. Johnson, L. Rockafellow.
JR. HIGH TTOQTBALT.
Franz lofi zu rlgbl. firfl rozax' T. Tettemer, XV. Dyer, J. Frye. R, Reso
D. Petryszak, ll. Greincr, A. Caluhro, VC". Temple, P. Wiedenligrefer, C.
Hayes. Serorzd mu: P. Brillrl. XV. Fenimore. S. XVillii1ms. N. Calabro, R.
Pogany, R. W'ieelenhaefer, T. Sullivan, C. Ossman. 'l'fm'd faux' j. Adams.
T. Strnszynslci, R. Conturso. C. Fischer, K. Hans, G. Hunger. G. Barta,
B, jackson, L. Bryce, P. Klemmer, R. O'Brien, R. XVeber.
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Clnptatin Drew Hunger and his
gridrlers kept high spirits through 11
kiioclcing season. The peppy junior
high elmeerlezulers aroused much deter-
minntion among the players. Mr. Zur-
lds huys were considered by many
schools ir lwrrl-to-heat team in the
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With added experience and valuable assistance contributed
by Mr. Sauder, their coach, the bowlers ended a successful year
by ranking high in county league competition. The Morrisville
club sent the pins flying for a 24-16 record.
MR. SAUDER BOWLING TEAM
Kneeling, left lo right: R. Woodward, W. Bloor, W. Tohm, T. Thorn, J. Huggins, J. Rushinski.
Standing: D. Zurachiwsky, D. Lenox, J. Busche, R. Cowell, S. Cowell, H. Glosser, T. Tettermer.
From lefl 10 rzgbls M. Podoris, J. Cutchineal. C. Yifiedenliileter, R. McCarthy, R. Comm
ski, E. Fischer, T. Zawatsl-cy. T. Softley. J. Riley.
l6'a kefb ll Kcviews
COACH XVNI 'K
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Thrilling games were
seen on the Morrisville
I-lilgh lmsketball Court this
season its the Bulldogs bat-
tled under the backboards.
Tension often mounted
during the last moments
ot play as the scoreboard
revealed a deadlock. The
miners posed a constant
threat to top league con-
tenders, nearly upsetting
first-place Wilson and
The senior boys have now
played their last game of high
school basketball and deserve a
Kulldogs l6'urk l6'f1ck
well-earned pat-on-the-back for the
fine jobs they have done.
J.V. BASKETBALL All eyes are on the ball as the Bull-
From left to right, fini row: M. Codd, 1. Dunka, J. Smolinski, C. Habel, 1. Taylor, B. dogs Score
Burke. Second row: W. Allshouse, P. johnson, C. Jurey, B. Stron1berg,,T. Sinclair, F.
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VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL
From lefz 10 rigbl, fin! wuz' S. Patterson, C. Marrazzo, L, Speechley, S. Frick, B. Sauder, M.
Mason. Swami row: A. Butterworth, E. Okurowski, E. Okurowski, M. johnson, M. Haley, C. Dry.
Girl ' Ka kefb ll Hoasfs
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Morrisville High School offers the student body many
varied activities in which it may participate. The activities in-
clude such catagories as hobbies and interests which are com-
prised of such a diversity of clubs as dramatics, boys cooking,
industrial artsg cheerleading club unfortunately limits its mem-
bership to cheerleaders only, but the entire school benefits by
it when we see our snappy cheerleaders perform so wellg
sports clubs hold the interest of the many sports-minded
students in our school as they offer an opportunity to im-
prove and increase our athletic skillsg the future nurses and
teachers are introduced to the careers they will follow in serv-
ices clubsg a student may participate in a club that benefits
the rest of the student body such as leader's club and student
councilg music activities enable the students to develop their
talents and abilitiesg the yearbook club is experience in pub-
lications for the staff as they edit the annual Robert Morris.
One of the most important activities, and the activity
that will introduce this section deals with learning. In these
clubs, the students have the occasion to increase their educa-
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Students practice proper methods of introduction on stage
Through' the cooperation of various teachers,
this year we have been able to present clubs in which
students are given time to enjoy their interests and
The boys' cooking club, under tne supervision
of Miss Graves, serves to instruct the boys in the
preparation of well balanced meals and tasty snacks.
The newspaper club, with Miss Brower as advisor,
provides the student body with the latest high school
happenings. The dramatic club also under the super-
vision of Miss Brower, encourages those with an
ability in dramatics to exercise their talents. The
industrial arts club, instructed by Mr. Sauder, pro-
vides time and materials for those boys who are in-
terested in woodworking and other manual arts.
Dramatics participants take positions
Senior high drarnatics club members learn lines for their new production.
for first rehearsal.
Senior High Cheerleaders prirnp before game time.
,4 Hhser for I 5 Girls
"XVhen the blue and gold men fall in line," there are eight
blue and gold girls who follow, backing these boys up all the way.
It is the job of these girls to lead the cheers that drive our teams
on to victory.
During football season, these girls brave all kinds of weather
go keep up our school spirit. They put in many hours of practice
in order to perfect their variety- of cheers.
Basketball season brings about an emphasis on cartwheels and
splits. As the ball goes bouncing clown the court, these girls are
there to keep our spirit at a high pitch. Never has a Morrisville
player left the floor Without a cheerleader shouting his praises.
t Our cheerleaders have always been the backbone of our root-
ing section and they do so without glory. So-let's have "A Cheer
for the Girlsnl
'iShoot it up, put it in-let's go we gotta' win!"
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Out thre ling teams rebort to Demorr Ilehes
each week for at sportive clubifegeriod. Meanwhile
back on the M.H.S. ranch, our yourilg Robin Hoods
practice shooting their bows anclearrows. Thisiyear,
for the first time, the girls' and boys' sports clubs
presented exhibitions to the student body and com-
munity. The athletic skills as well as the quality of
sportsmanship acquired in these clubs prove the worth
of these activities.
Klub Ihr! tyrants H641 0 hm
FUELLRRMTEQEPAERS za right: Miss Gish, F. Fischer, S. Scheidemantel, J. Burgess, C. Dry, S. Burns, and
Seated, from left I0 rigbz: P. Heller, A. Smolinski, S. Lewis, J. Moyer, M, Carter. Smfzdifzg: L, Stoddard, P. Rogal-
ski, J. Tozour, R. VUaltersd0rff, R. Conklin, D. Leedom, G. Paxson, J. Lane.
W1 75 learn hy
These three clubs, Future Nurses of America, Future
Teachers of America, and Red Cross give their participants
a chance to offer services to others while they learn.
The Future Nurses of America, under the leadership
X of Mrs. Jones, make hospital visits in preparation for their
l future careers. .
1 With the assistance of Miss Gish, the Future Teachers
of America become better acquainted with their future
The Red Cross Club, under the direction of Mrs.
Dezenhall and Mr. Thomas, endeavors to work with the
American Red Cross in their many service projects.
FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICAY
From left to right, firrz row: S. Laypo, T. Hadorn, M. Haley, P. Smith, C. Davis, E. Piro, D
From left to right, fir!! row: V. Straszynski, C. Schell, XV. Ellis, C. Wiedenhaefer, S. Petryszak
R. Kraft, T. Zawatsky, R. Hart. Sewrza' mu: D. Lenox, A. Paxson, J. Campanelli, J. Gafgen, T
Softley, J. Giano. Third row: R. Olafson, G. Mount, P. Johnson, B. Stromberg, J. Cutchineal, J
Taylor, W. Frye, B. Gerber.
From Iefz lo riglvz, firsl row: T. Softley, B. Miller, C. Hansen, S. Frick, S. Landis,-R. Lenox, M.
Wleaver, K. Anderson, E. Leichliter, M. Kaugher, M. Reed, M. Lehman. Second row: R. Burke,
A. Thompson, K. Mcllvaine, N. Kovacs, J. Stacller, F. Fischer, J. Kish, J. Sultzbach, C. Anderson.
Third row: J. Taylor, P. johnson, KW. Frye, P. Lippin, P. Lenox, L. Mitchell, J. Schwarz, C.
Ossman, N. Calabro, T. Tootel, D. White, J. Frye, I. Dreher, S. Haldeman. Fourzb row: C. Slack,
L. Cart, J. Mordock, R. Rud, T. Preston, A. Calabro, D. Thomas, C. Hughes. B. jackson, S.
Brown, D. Gargan.
From left to right, firft row: B. Miller. B, Stauffer. E. Zocco. B. Sauder, J. Long. P. Pinto, M.
Marrazzo, S. Patterson, S. Frick, L. Speechlcy, M. Mason. Second wuz- C. Sharp, C. Hansen, S.
Layman, J. Burgess, D. Elmer, S. Landis, J. Colangelu. B, Bucknum. S. Okumwski. S. Conturso, J,
Burger. Third row: P. Magee, R. Napoleon, J. Namey, J. Moore, V. Calabro, N. Tyndale, T.
Hadorn, C. Dry. P. Lenox. S. Vlcrome. S. Amerine. S. Scheidemantel, Miss Parsons, I'if1ll1'lb row:
M. Ashmore, N. Kovacs, S. Laypo, M. Haley, C. Bogdan. S. Burns. F. Fischer, P. Lippin. B. An-
derson, C. Slack, L. Cart, A. Butterworth, B. Zahorowski. K. Mcllvaine. R. Beadle.
Swcatvrs to Senna!
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Schuol store clerks display meruhandise.
TWIRLERS HEAD 'IWIRLERS
From left to right: S. Mosley, M. Maier, M. Wbytko, K. M. Sabo, D. Cote
Rosati, K. Solan, S. Patterson.
the Kandi "
The band adds much enjoyment and color to
Morrisville High School activities. As they march
down the field during football season, the band
brings cheers from the Morrisville fans. The color
guard and the twirlers cause all eyes to focus on the
band as they come into view. One of the many im-
portant events of the year which many people look
forward to is the annual band concert given each
spring. The spotlight is definitely on the band as
they march in many parades in which they participate
during the school year. Proud they are of the trophy
they won in the fall of 1960, which is now dis-
played in the showcase as a tribute to our school.
The 1960-1961 band has been very successful
both as a marching band and as a concert band.
The members of the band are grateful to Mr, Hutch-
ison for his guidance and leadership. Sincere thanks
is also given for the excellent support of the Band
From lefz lo right: L. Speechley, M. Schmitt. S.
Frick, B. Anderson, P. Lippin, C. Waltersdorff.
White Zhrisflhas Highlights
The Carol Sing at Mor-
risville High is an annual
event of long standing. This
year the Christmas spirit was
dramatically presented in our
Twenty-Sixth Carol Sing.
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SENIOR I-IIGH CHORI 'S
From left In right. fin! 7'l21l'.' D. Chr-wning. M. Codd. XY. lfryu. C. Hnhcl. D. Kziuglmer. B. Allshousfr. E. Thorn, XX'
Hnrtel. B. Stromherg. R. Girton. J. Taylor. J. Schwarz. Scrum! 1v,f11'.' B. Duitritk, Il. Lenox, l'. Pinto, J. Long. B.
Sauder. M. Marruzzo. I.. Longshore, C. Sharp. 'l. Burgess. N. Tyndale. J. Burger. M. Ashmore. S. Patterson.
S. Okurnwski. R. Napoleon. D. Nolan. Tbifd faux' B. Stuuffcr. D. Lcedom. K. B.xird. J. Stadlcr. T. Campanelli. C.
C. Bradley, P. Smith. S. Frick. L. Speechlcy. B. Zaborowski. Shnginaw. I.. Ossnmn. J. Rigby, J. Koons. C.
VC'alterSdorff. E. Piro. S. Amerinc. J. Roberts. Faurfb mzw: S. Lodge. E. Zocio. M. Hcrrity. D. Cunningham. J. Nauney.
K. Hivicdko. S. Landis, I... Phillips, S. Hull. S. Scheidemantcl. K. Milcsitz. L. Kirchhoffer, C. Davis. J, Ditmars.
J. Wolf, D. Sanford. Fiffh 1-ani: S. Mosley. C. Fabian, T. Hadorn. J. Brodccki, M. Schmitt, F. Fischer, G. Carnes,
S. Laypo, A. Butterworth, D. Duncan. V. Calnbro. S. Meloney, M. Mason, I., Cart, N. Kovacs. C. Bogden, B. Davis,
N. Pasteur. J. Nevins, P. Lippin, B. Anderson. B. Harris. R. Bcudlc, S. Jc-rome. J. Juhlonski, G Donn.
SENIOR.HIGH DISTRICT AND COUNTY FESTIVAL PARTICIPANTS
From Jeff lo righz, fini faux' J. Schwarz. D. Chewning. M. Codd, B. Stauffer. E. Zocco. B. Sauder.
Serum! 7'01Af'.' XV. I-Iartel, M. Schmitt, R. Girton, C. Vihltersilorff, R. Lenox.
JUNIOR HIGH COUNTY CHORUS
MR. HUTCHISON, Director
No yearbook would be complete without a section de-
voted to music. Morrisville High School, during the years-
and '61 is no exception--has always had more than its share
of musical talents.
A number of junior and senior high students with mu-
sical abilities represented our school in the County and Dis-
trict Festivals. Membership in these organizations is highly
As another senior class graduates, they leave behind their
school books, but their memories of the work they put into
these programs and the feeling of achievement attained will
be with them always.
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
From Jeff 20 riglal, firrz faux' D. Lehman, M. XY'ilmot, M. Kaugher. B. Antrobus, C. Mitchell, N. Adams, D. Wfake-
field, C. McMullen, A. Colangelo, I.. Nagy, S. Tyndale, A. Krier, j. McGarity, E. Pinckard, Mr. Podleiszek. Semud
rouz' J. Britton, C. Petry, J. Burger, P. Ford, L. Deis, V. Dayton. E. Michel, M. Alexander, M. Bentz, Hunt, N. Cala-
bro, G. Roman, M. Mannon, E. McDonald, A. johnson, J. Bottoms, M. Frick. Third row: J. Carter, B. Beadle. E.
Burgess. I. Antonin. M. Smith, A. Labatch, P. Lukazaw, M. Maier. D. Moser, K. Anderson, Ludwig, D. Gargan. S.
johnson, N. Macikanycr. D. Patterson, D. Kinney. Fozmb ma: D. Fisher, M. Disler, G, Steinbeiser, K. Solan.
J. Garey. C. Anderson, L. Cappiello, J, Onofri, G. Doster, C. Rustay, P. Kusherick, 1. Apgar, I. Nirshl, B. Houser, C.
Fischer, N. Mohr, A. Comfort, J. Hillman, R, Foose. Fiflb may C. Scheidemantel, C. Andrews, D. Bills, N. Magee,
G. Chewning, F. Noonan. Accompanistf-J. Moore.
MR. SCHULTZ The competent yearbook editors: XX'alt Ellis, processing: Elaine Zocco. photo: Nancy Richie, copy, Betty
Advisor Sauder, associate editor, Betsy Stauffer, editor-in-chief.
"We Did If . . . "
From September to March the yearbook staff
dilligently worked on this, our "masterpiece" When
the editing of the yearbook is completed, the future
business managers, photographers, and writers will
have doubts in their minds as to whether this is the
career they really wish to follow. Our now gray-
haired advisor has his doubts also.
The activities of the individual staff members
are as varied as they are numerous. Very often the
photo editor and her staff were seen madly rushing
around the auditorium taking last minute pictures,
and the times ean't be counted when the editors held
late evening meetings after school.
In spite of the hectic running around and the
added gray hairs, we, the yearbook staff, can hon-
estly say that we loved every minute of this "mass
chaos" and we are all very, very proud of having
had the opportunity to publish this, the 1961 Robert
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Copy staff-Shirley Patterson, Nancy Richie, Sheila Mosley, and
J'Ann Burgess-puts finishing touches on write-ups.
Processing group--Elaine Zocco, XX'alt Ellis, and j'Ann Burgess-gives final stamp of approval, Index 8f0UP"J0YCe Roberts,
Delores Bodine, and Dee No-
lan-prepares final section of
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Divider work is being pre-
pared hy art staff, Elaine
Zocco. and Martha Mason.
Business managers, Bar-
bara Miller, and Christine
Hansen, smile over pros-
From Jeff to rigfvl, .i1.nzdiizg.' M. Mason, B. Miller, D. Bodine, C. Hansen. S. Patterson. J. Wolf, L. Speechley, S. Frick, D, Babic, C.
Green, 1. Roberts, J. Burgess. Seated: C. Sharp, P. Magee, D. Nolan, S. Mosley, M. Marrazzo, P. Pinto, S. Layman, L. Longshore,
J. Long. N02 ,i1f90Zo,qn'zpbed.' S. Duff, T. Mitchell, G. Smith. i
Editor-in-chief, Betsy Stauffer, and asso-
ciate editor. Betty Sauder, prepare dum-
my layouts for The Robert Morris.
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These people have greatly con-
tributed time and energy to the
process and progress of our year-
book. We take this space to ac-
knowledge their willing assistance
and thank them wholeheartedly for
MRS. BRUNN ER
You mn tell t
he idealf of fl nation by ily adzferlisemerzif
. . . George Norman Douglas
"The Friendly Bank"
2 Eas+ Bridge S+.
53 Morrisville Shopping Cen+er
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPosiT lNsuRANcE coRPoRATloN
To Promoie Ihe Welfare
of Children ancl YouI'h
Home, School, Church ancl Communify
Class of I96I
BAND BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
3rcI Tuesday of Each Mon'I'h
UONS CLUB ROTARY CLUB
Builder and Con+rac1'or SI CE - A 'Beg
264 BARNSLEY AVE.
Fine Na'rural Flavors
TALONE'S GULF SERVICE
all W. Bridg S+
Elecfric Wa+er Heaiers
Sales and Service
EDWARD R. ROBERTS, JR.
Phone CY 5-7692
224 OSBORNE AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Lincoln - Mercury - Comei'
MAURO MOTORS, INC.
835 Wesi' Bridge S+ree+
Phone CY 5-5057
Visii' Our Modern Dairy S+ore
Home Delivery of Fine Dairy Produc'rs
U.S. ROUTE aifl LANGHORNE, Pa.
KING SUPPLY CO.
Home Phone: CY 5-9I52
267 HiIIcres+ Avenue
TRENTON, N. J.
SAM CAPPIELLO, Proprie+or
WI 6-2022 WI 9-II75-6
MELODY MUSIC COMPANY
8I6 LeviHown Shopping Cen'I'er
449 N. Penna. Ave.
Shop and Save
J. D. GOLD
5c- I0c-SI.0O STORE
I9 Eas'I Bridge S+.
MORRISVILLE, PA. Morrisvillels
CY 5-9Il9 Only Independenf Varie+y Sfore
Open Daily-9 fo 9 Safurdays--9 Io 7
l Heafed Kennels-Air Condi'rioning
C0mpIImerl'I'S Individual Oufside Runs
Greai' Dane and Boxer Puppies
RUBBER CO.. INC.
Full Line of Dog Food
and Canine Accessories
READING AVE. YARDLEY. PA.
Bridge and Delmorr Ave.
Phone CY 5-5882
Phones: Day, CY 5-3I96g Nigh+, 557I
Wrecker and Towing Service
Penna. Official Inspec+ion S+a. No. 8458
Ill-I I3 W. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE. PA.
Besl' of Luck
To The Class
For +l1e Finesf Milk and Dairy Proclucfs
Service You Will Appreciafe, Try
CLOVER LEAF DAIRY
850 SO. PENNA. AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Sales and Service
222 E. BRIDGE ST., MORRlSVlLLE, PA.
Loca+ed a+ Lower Delaware Free Bridge Approach
and Trenlon Calls
WILLIAM J. TALONE
Phone CY 5-2087
54 MANOR LANE WEST YARDLEY. PA.
DELAWARE VALLEY BINDERY
Book and Pamphlei' Binding
II25 Ohio Avenue Phone CY 5-705I
BesI' of Luck
b 'Io 'I'he Class of '6I
MORRISVILLE FLOWER GARDENS
Flowers 'for AII Occasions
We Grow Our Own
509 W. Bridge S+. CY 5-7575
UNITED CUT RATE
29 E. Bridge S+.
MICHAEL JR. and MARGARET SAYKO
MARGIE'S FLOWER SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
Flowers Wired Anywhere
27 E. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE, PA
Phone CY 5-3309
Home, OW 5-023I
Home Freezer Service a+ Lowes+ Prices
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Carpenfer and Con+rac+or
SMALL JOBS A SPECIALTY
CY 5-5763 337 Crown S+.
336 W. BRIDGE ST. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Cor. Mercer S+. Uniiy-Frankford Sfore
DELMOR LANES NQVATQS
FULLY AIR CONDITIONED
Phone CY 5-29I9
I2 Melvin Ave.
Phone CY 5-7648
School and Office Supplies
I8-20 E. Bridge S+.
JOHN J. KOTZ
A Com plefe
Bes'r of Luclc
+0 me CENTER
IO7-09 Perry S+.
Class of '6' TRENTON, N. J.
From Phone EX 2-4059
MARlO'S BAKE SHOP
Morrisville Shopping Cenfer
Wesi' Trenfon Ave.
Big Oak Road
G. E. Appliances
J. P. CUNNINGHAM
522 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Plumbing ancl Hearing
JAMES A. ANTROBUS
426 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Call CY 5-347I 'For
Service and lnsfallafion
AND TOOL CO.
Makers of Fine Molds
for Plasfic and Rubber
Phone Ju 7-3434 3 Huber+ Ave-
R. E. BUCKNUM TRENTON. N J
Manufaciurers of ceramic wail and floor Jrile,
abrasive grinding wheels and segmenis.
"Bear" Frame and Wheel AIignmenI'
Body and Fender Repairing - Pain'I'ing -Glass
Day and NigI1+ Service, 24-Hour Towing
WRIGHT AND HALL AVENUES MORRISVILLE. PA.
Official Garage for
MOTOR CLUB OF AMERICA
"In nollwing do men more nearly approach
llwe qocls llwan in giving lwealllw lo men"
JOHN M. BURNS
Class of '28
GENERAL REFRACTORIES CO.
POST ROAD MORRISVILLE, PA.
Bocly. Fender and Painling Service
Aulhorized Pennsylvania Sl'a'le
PHONE CY 5-5367
PHONE CY 5-5234
DELBERT E. PINCKARD
Sleel Fabricalion ancl Ereclion
227 OSBORNE AVE. MORRISVILLE. PA
NEW YORK, N Y MORRISVILLE PA
PAINT MFG. CO.
TRENTON N J
82I P A EX 3 4 6I
CHESTNUT HILL DAIRY, INC
550 W. Bridge St.
CY 5-4I4I WI 9-0404
CONSUMERS OIL CORPORATION
Domeslic and IndusI'riaI
PHONE EX 4-5353
42l John Filch Way
Trenfon, N. J.
II5 E. BRIDGE ST.
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Flowers and Planfs
for All Occasions
I75 S. Main S+.
Phone HY 3-3676
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
,vmsunsn T -A ,E
?'9 SIIILDIIIJO. 5 'fu gi
Trenton and Pennsylvania Avenues
IOpposi'I'e Shopping Cen'I'erI
A Progressive Association
Where Thrifty People Save
This Association With Assets of Over
S I 9,000,000.00
has Paid LIBERAL DIVIDENDS for
47 Consecutive Years!
-We Invite You to Stop In and Get Acquainted-
CY 5-9777 R. H. WHITE, BSc., Prop.
8I3 W. Trenfon Ave.
Res+auran+ and Cockfail Lounge
Cafering +0 Banque+s and Parfies
RALPH Roufe I
MARY Fallsingfon, Pa.
FRANCES CYpress 5-2874
Sof+ Drink Dis+ribu+ors
PHONE CYpress 5-3254
PHONE CY 5-7806 EVENINGS CY 5-3956
HOWARD E. GREENLEE
Trenching and Grading
PHILA. AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA.
Q r r
for Ihe Home
Le+ us re-'fiII your davenpori' and
easy chair cushions. They will IooIc
Iike new and give maximum comfort
Phone CY 5-4I I6
You'll Be Surprised
aI' 'Ihe Low Cos+.
AI RTEX PRODUCTS
I05 E. Bridge S'I'.
I Phila. Ave.
Wm. G. Rech, Mgr.
Charcoal Ho+ Dogs,
Hamburgers and Sfeaks
2 S. DELMORR AVE.
5-7 I 72
PHONE EX 6-35I4
CARL J. GOELLER
PI-IoNE CY 5-7648
Florist School and Office
Flowers Telegraphed Supplies
I 530 Hammon Ave. Is-zo E. BRIDGE sr.
J. Morrisville, Pd.
BLAKELY LAUNDRY PQTTERY
AND DRY CLEANING
I TRENTON, N. J.
I Since I 890
Relail Sales af Facfory
Telephone CYpress 5-5829
I sAM's PLUMBING
8. EQUIPMENT co.
Hoi' Vfarer Heaiing
523 Barclay Ave.
CY 5-922 I CY 5-922 I
I3I6 Walnuf S+.
I96I "ROBERT MORRIS"
Decoralors of Fine China
627 Baker Avenue
PHONE CY 5-5644
EX 3-238I Esfablished I9I0
HERMAN SACKIN CO.
206 S. Broad S+.
TRENTON 9, N. J.
J. ALLEN HOOPER
45 N. Penna. Ave.
Licensed in New Jersey
Phone Morrisville CY 5-7725
Family Circle Res+auranI'
I05 W. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa.
JOHN JEREMIAS, Prop.
wi 6-9822 MODERN UNITS
Complimenfs One Mile Above
of Oxford Valley Crossing
A on U.S. Rou+e I
SAMUEL VACCHIANO 20I I-IFICOIH I'IIWay
OW,-,er-Man,,3ger FAIRLESS HILLS, PA
CARL S. MERSHON
57 N. Delmorr Ave.
PHONE CY 5-5453
PHONE CY 5-5590
ACE BEDDING CO.
Furnirure and Bedding
63 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
EX 3-3945 SILVESTRO BROS.
.IOE'S TOMATO' PIES
IThe Original Toma+o Pie Malcersl
548-50 S. Clinron Ave.
TRENTON. N. J.
ROUTE I MORRISVILLE, PA
-1 J. N. YOST
Complefe Hea+ing and Fuel Oil Service
Sheer Me+aI Producis Made Io Order Q Air Condifioning
Phone IO4 W. BRIDGE ST. Nigh+ Phone
CYpress 5-3I I4 MORRISVILLE, PA. CYpress 5-2339
REDNOR AND KLINE, INC.
Lumber and MiIIworIc
Phones Yard and Warehouse
CY 5-7I75 U.S. NO. I Freeway
THE D. D. D.
Hose' Beanie Iky Poo
Spur+s Dennis Tur+Ie
Muzzy S,-,O Lover
Phoebe Bee+Ie IVIOUSG
Philadelphia and Wrigh+ Avenues
Complere Body and Fender Shop
24 Hour Towing
EMERGENCY O SERVICE
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PHONE CY 5-9804
7:00 A.M. +o I0 P.M.
ESSO SERVICE CENTER
JOE DAVIS Mo II P
M.H.S. COLOR GUARD
Sue Bev PGI
Bonnie Marie Do
DEL VAL TAVERN
Free Delivery Service
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Sick Room Supplies
CY 5-74 I 6
One 3-Ib. Box
Wise PoI'aI'o Chips-52.75
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Lisl' Price 52.75
Your Price 52.25
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I4I Perry Sf., TrenI'on, N. J.
I00 E. Bridge S+.
by Week or Day
TIRE CITY, INC.
SILVER ASH COAL SILVER FLASH FUEL OIL
An+hraci+e's Finesi' Around 'rhe Clock
Cos'I's No More Dependable Service
-Jus+ Phone EX 6-820I
Lei' Ihe "SiIver FIeeI"' Deliver Your Heat
AUTQ PARTS FORCE 81 STANTON
79I-805 W. Bridge S+.
Phone CY 5-3246
III E. TrenI'on Ave.
PHONE CY 5-9882
Sales and Service
York Oil Burners
III E. Phila. Ave.
PHONE CY 5-7083
Home of Qualiry Beef
IOI Washingfon S+.
Visif Our New
Our Specialfy Is
We Cafer +o
PHONE CY 5-9880
4II W. Bridge S+.
WILLIAM D. MURPHY
4l Wesl' Trenlon Ave.
PHONE CY 5-7922
II22 So. Clinlon Ave.
TRENTON IO, N. J.
JOSEPH HAIR STYLIST
in While Horse
JOS. NAPOLI, Prop.
629 While Horse Ave.
TRENTON. N. J.
lo +l1e Class of
ln Memory of
SAMUEL S. BERNSTEIN
DIAMOND CAB CO.
Phone OW 5-6770
I20 Perry Sl.
TRENTON. N. J.
JAMES MCGARITY, JR.
and Prinling Finishers
20 Union Sl. al Penn Ave.
PHONE CY 5-3848
SPH. 4 f
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' 1' 35" .V
620 Crown SI.
All Work Guaranfeed
Don'I Jusi' Dial 'For
Any Plumber Dial
27 N. Pa. Ave.
PHONE CY 5f5784
So. Penna. Ave.
Service for AII
Morrisville Shopping Cenfer
Those Who Love Fashion
Love Io Shop Wi+I1 Us!
CY 5-3I06 CY 5-4745
JOHN P. READING KLEINS
LICENSED PASTRY SHOP
PLUMBING AND HEATING
CONTRACTOR MORRISVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Oil and Gas Fired Healing Sysfe
Domesfic Air Condifioning
242 Washing+on Sf. Morrisville, Pa.
and Fancy Pasfry
I7 E. Bridge S+.
CLOVERLEAF DAIRY BAR
848 S. Penna. Ave.
Biggesi' Cones and Sundaes
Delaware Valley Area
MR. AND MRS. J. GOTTFRIED
30 Differenl Cold CuI's-lmpor+ed and Domeslic
I2 WASHINGTON ST.
Phone CY 5-576l
JOHN W. HILLMAN
Dump Truck Service
325 HARRISON AVE.
Phone: CYpress 5-3I I7
NICK A. SERUBY BARBER SHOP
I7l Cooper SIreeI'
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY
ABCO PRINTING CO.
LeH'erpress Pl1oI'o OHseI
I806 So. Broad S+. TrenI'on, N. J.
Tel. EXporI' 2-I I68
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OTT'S Women's Apparel
Stationery and Toys
PHONE: CY 5-345I
Open Thurs. and Fri. Evenings
I3 E. BRIDGE ST.
Mobil Service Center
W. Trenton Ave.
PHONE CY 5-9255
We Sell Only the Best
Phone CYpress 5-5597
'For Prompt Delivery
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Fran, janet, Lyn
Sue, Jane, Roberta
T.'C.T.I. of Morrisville
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Janice B. Brower
Margaret A. Watkins
Miss Dorothy Gish
William E, Apsche
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Miss Ann E. Parsons
Frank E. Podleiszek
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilber Sauder
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Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Klingerman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Frick
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Speechley
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabberman
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bentz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Deis
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cubberly
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. john Marrazzo, Sr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Demech
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Mrs. Carrie Setchfield
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Carmella and Eddie
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Mr. Clinton Oliver
Joan and Clay
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Nancy and Mike
Brenda and Bill
Robert E. Lee
Linda and Dave
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Noreen and Denny
Judy and Mike
Richard W. Morris
Harry J. Layman
john H. Meuhlhausen
Donald G. Frye
Arthur W. Beadle
Charles C. Young, Sr.
Robert A. Habel
j. C. Adams, jr.
Martin J. Lewis
Maurice Foulke, jr.
Richard E. Groth
john B. Delbridge
Carl A. Schell, Sr.
Carl A. Sdiell, jr.
Horace M. Hutchison
Samuel J. Hughes, jr.
Burton O. Thomas
Sol S. Kashoff
E. L. Caum
Glenn G. Griffiths
Dick Sullivan "SS"
Mrs. Lloyd W. Vandenbergh
Carol and Eddie
Bob and Libby Patterson
Paul, Evelyn, and Debbie Koch
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Dick Lenox "61"
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Adams, Linda, 66
Adams, Nancy, 66, 109
Albee, Walter, 64, 88
Cicco, Joe, 64, 88
Alborn, Warren, 69
Albright, James, 69
Alexander, Karen, 79
Alexander, Marsha, 66, 94, 97, 109
Allison, Ann Marie, 64
Allshouse, William, 62, 84, 108
Amerine, Sue, 62, 103, 108
Anderson, Bonnie, 60, 78, 87, 103,
Carol, 66, 102, 109
Anderson, David, 28, 54
Anderson, Kathryn, 79, 94, 102, 109
Anderson, Mary Lou, 64
Andrews, Carole, 64, 109'
Antoniw, Irene, 64, 109
Antrobus, Bonnie, 68, 109
Apgar, Janet, 66, 109
Arabis, Stanley, 62
Ashmore, Mary Lou, 62, 103, 108
Axlerod, Fern, 68
Babic, Donna, 28, 111
Bailey, Robert, 62
Baird, Kathryn, 62, 108
Baldwin, Terry, 63, 72
Balonis, Susan, 69
Barber, Thomas, 60
Barker, Michael, 66
Barta, Geza, 69, 81
Baugh, Charles, 63
Baugh, Mary, 61
Beadle, Barbara, 66, 94, 97, 109
Beadle, Roberta, 62, 87, 103, 108
Beck, Bruce, 64
Beck, Gordon, 28
Behrmann, Kathy, 67
Bennett, Frederick, 66
Bennett, Robert, 67
Bennett, Vincent, 69
Bentz, Mary, 64, 109
Bilheimer, Audrey, 60
Bilheimer, Eva, 63
Bills, Donna, 64, 79, 87, 97, 109
Bloodsworth, Donald, 64, 88
Bloor, William, 28, 82
Bodine, Dolores, 29, 110, 111
Bodine, Linda, 68
Bogden, Charlotte, 62, 103, 108
Bottoms, Janice, 64, 109
Boychuck, Billy,' 66, 88
Bozarth, Caroline, 66
Bradley, Carole, 60, 108
Brilla, Paul, 69, 81
Britton, Janice, 109
Brodecki, Jane, 62, 108
Brodecki, Thomas, 66
Brown, Sally, 68, 102
Browne, John, 66
Brudon, Charles, 67
Bryce, Lawrence, 66, 81, 88
Buckley, Stephen, 65
Bucknum, Barbara, 60, 78, 97, 103
Bunda, Diane, 65
Burger, Jane, 62, 79, 103, 108
Burgess, Elizabeth, 68, 109
Burgess, John, 65
Burgess, Julia Ann, 29, 100, 103,
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Burgner, Joanne, 68, 109
Burke, Robert, 62, 84, 102
Burns, Susan, 62, 100, 103
Busche, John, 65, 82
Butterworth, Arleta, 60, 86, 97, 103
Byrne, Kathleen, 64
Cadwallader, Rose, 67
Cadwallader, Russell, 65
Calabro, Anthony, 65, 81, 88, 102
Calabro, Nicholas, 69, 81, 88, 102,
Calabro, Victoria, 62, 103, 108
Campanelli, Angelina, 68
Campanelli, Joe, 29, 74, 102
Campanelli, Theresa, 60, 108
Capozza, Noreen, 29
Cappiello, Joseph, 60
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Carlucci, Robert, 68
Carnes, Gail, 62, 108
Carney, Clive, 64, 88
Carr, Alice, 62
Carr, Dwight, 67
Carroll, Diedre, 60
Cart, Linda, 60, 79, 102, 103,
Carter, Jane, 64, 79, 97, 109
Carter, Maryann, 100
Case, William, 62
Chapman, William, 64
Chewning, David, 62, 108
Chewning, George, 68, 109
Clark, Richard, 30, 72, 74, 83
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Clay, Jeffrey, 88
Coble, Dennis, 62
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Colangelo, Annita, 66, 94, 97, 109
Colangelo, Juliete, 60, 103
Comfort, Alan, 60, 109
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Conklin, Roy, 100
Conrad, Carolyn, 67
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Cote, David, 31, 104
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Cronon, James, 65
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Cunningham Andrew, 62, 80
Cunningham Darlene, 60, 108
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Custer, Coleen, 69
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Davis, Carolyn, 60, 101, 108
Davis, Ruthie, 65
Davis, Thomas, 60
Dayton, Virginia, 60, 109
Deis, Linda, 68, 109
Deitrick, Barbara, 60, 108
Delaney, Elizabeth, 68
Delay, Jane, 61
Demario, Matthew, 67
Demos, Joan, 65
Devlin, Robert, 62
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Ditmars, Joan, 60, 108
Doan, Gail, 62, 108
Doster, Gail, 64, 109
Dreher, Irene, 66, 102
Dry, Charlotte, 62, 79, 86, 100, 103
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Duff, Susan, 32
Duncan, Donna, 62, 108
Dunka, John, 84
Dyer, Pamela, 68
Dyer, William, 67, 81
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Ellis, Walter, 32, 75, 102, 110
Elmer, Diane, 60, 79, 97, 103
Evernham, Clint, 67
Fabian, Carole, 60, 108
Fabian, William, 64
Fenimore, William, 67, 81, 88
Ficarotta, Gloria, 62
Fineburg, Kerwin, 65
Firman, John, 66, 88
Fischer, Charles, 64, 81
Fischer, Cynthia, 66, 109
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Fischer, Frances, 62, 87, 100,
Fisher, Darla, 66, 109
Fletcher, Anthony, 65
Fletcher, Michael, 69
Foose, Raymond, 66, 88, 109
Ford, Patricia, 69, 109
Foster, Joan, 32
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Franklin, Carole, 64
Frick, Mary Anne, 66, 94, 109
Frick, Richard, 64, 88
Frick, Sara Jane, 33, 55, 78, 86,
Frye, William, 60, 80, 102, 108
Frye, James, 68, 81, 88, 102
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Gafgen, James, 33, 54, 102
Gailey, Donna, 66, 94
Gamble, Thomas, 65
Gardner, Elwood, 61
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Gargan, Dolores, 102, 109
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Gaskill, Patricia, 68
Gasper, Donna, 68, 97
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Gerber, Bruce, 60, 80, 102, 112
Geruc, John, 62
Giano, Jeff, 33, 72, 75, 102
Girton, Rowland, 60, 108
Glosser, Harry, 62, 82
Goldenbaum, David, 64
Gorman, Bayne, 34
Green, Carolyn, 34, 97, 111
Greiner, Robert, 67, 81
Gretton, Diane, 69
Grimes, Herbert, 69
Groves, John, 64
Haas, Karl, 65, 81
Habel, Charles, 60, 72, 84
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Hadorn, Terry, 62, 101, 103, 108
Haines, Mary, 34
Haines, Nancy, 64
Haldeman, Susan, 67, 102
Haley, Marilou, 62, 78, 86, 101, 103
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Hall, Daniel, 68, 88
Hall, Sandra, 62, 108
Hall, Sandra, 62, 108
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Harris, Beverly, 60, 78, 87, 108
Harrold, Jacqueline, 65
Harshbarger, William, 66
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Hartel, Walter, 61, 108, 112
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Heller, Patricia, 60, 100
Hensor, Chester, 60
Herbeck, Eve, 66
Herrity, Margaret, 60, 108
Hillman, John, 68, 109
Hivicdko, Katherine, 62, 108
Hoagland, Beverly, 60
Hoagland, Ronald, 67
Hoffman, Richard, 62
Holveck, David, 62, 72
Hope, Thomas, 66
Hopkins, David, 64, 93
Horvath, Alexander, 61
Horvath, Barbara, 65
Houser, Brenda, 64, 109
Hovemeyer, Thomas, 67
Hudick, Thomas, 63
Huggins, James, 60, 82
Hughes, Carol, 64
Hughes, Charles, 66, 88, 102
Hunt, Joan, 64, 79, 88, 109
Hychalk, Lenard, 63
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Jablonski, JoAnn, 60, 101, 108
Jackson, Barry, 66, 81, 88, 102
Jackson, Donald, 62, 70, 88
Jackson, Robert, 60, 72
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James, Patricia, 67
Janaski, Ronald, 65
Jansen, Joan, 67
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Jerome, Sheila, 62, 79, 103, 108
Lois, 69, 109
Mary Ann, 60, 86
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Sandra, 66,97, 109
Judy, James, 69
Jurey, Curt, 60, 72, 84
Justice, Edna, 68
Kania, Michael, 69
Kania, Richard, 61
Kaugher, David, 60, 108
Kaugher, MaryBeth, 68, 102, 109
Kavanagh, Arthur, 36
Kearns, Joseph, 68
Kennedy, Dorothy, 69
Ketaner, Jeffrey, 64
Keuper, Donna, 35, 54
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Kirchoffer, Linda, 62, 101, 108
Kish, Jerryl, 67, 102
Kleinfelder, Judith, 69
Klemmer, Phil, 64, 81, 88
Klepadlo, Barbara, 36
Koons, Judy, 108
Koons, Nancy, 69
Kostar, Raymond, 61
Kovacs, Joseph, 36
Kovacs, Nancy, 62, 101, 102,
Kraft, Robert, 37, 53, 72, 102
Kramer, Constance, 66
Krause, Denny, 62, 72
Krier, Anita, 109
Kronnagel, James, 64
Kurfuss, John, 76
Kusherick, Patricia, 68, 94, 109
Labatch, Arlene, 68, 109
Laudis, Shari, 60, 79, 87,
Laird, Robert, 66
Lane, Judith, 37, 100
Lane, Richard, 37
Larison, Lillian, 69
Laverick, Albert, 67
Laverick, James, 37
Layman, Sandra, 38, 103, 111
Laypo, Sandra, 79, 87, 101, 103, 108
Leedom, Dorothy, 60, 100, 108
Lehman, Donna, 69, 102, 109
Leichliter, Claudine, 69
Leichliter, Edward, 69, 102
Lenox, Donald, 62, 82
Lenox, Patricia, 60, 78, 102, 103
Lenox, Richard, 38, 54, 55, 80, 95
Lewis, Michael, 68
Lewis, Susan, 60, 100
Lippin, Patricia, 60, 102, 103, 105
Loch, Doris, 65
Lodge, Sandy, 60, 108
Lohin, Don, 60, 72
Lohin, Romona, 67
Long, Jeanne, 38, 55, 54, 78, 97,
Longshore, Linda, 38, 108, 111
Longtin, Virginia, 62
Lontz, Carl, 63
Lontz, Nevin, 38, 72
Loss, Joseph, 64
Lopez, Ray, 69
Ludwig, Douglas, 69
Ludwig, Jay, 88, 109
Lukaszow, Patricia, A 64, 87
Lykens, Terry, 66
Lynn, Russell, 39
Lyon, Robert, 67
Macikanycz, Natalie, 64, 109
MacNeil, Judith, 39
Magee, Nancy, 66, 109
Magee, Phyllis, 39, 100, 103, 111
Magill, Netra, 64
Maier, Merry, 65, 109
Maier, Monica, 63, 104
Mannon, Margaret, 69, 109
Manzek, Beatrice, 64
Marrazzo, Mary, 40, 78, 79, 8
103, 108, 111
Marsh, Alan, 68
Marsh, David, 66
Marshall, Martha, 40
Marshall, Martin, 60
Marshall, Richard, 65, 88
Martin, Matthew, 65
Maschal, Kenneth, 60
Mason, Martha, 40, 78, 79, 8
103, 108, 111
Mason, William, 65
Mate, Barbara, 67
Matejik, Raymond, 69
Materacky, Walter, 65
Matthias, Patricia, 62
Mattis, Richard, 64
Meloney, Sharon, 62, 108
Menschner, Fred, 67
Menth, Barry, 66
'Merrill, John, 68
Meyers, Marie, 69
Meyers, Shirley, 67
Miele, Ruth, 60
Miksitz, Kathleen, 62, 108
Miller, Barbara, 41, 79, 102,
Miller, Richard, 41
Miller, Susan, 67
Mills, Theodore, 64
Mitchell, Catherine, 66, 109
Mitchell, Lawrence, 61, 102
Mitchell, Terry, 41
Mohr, Nancy, 66, 109
Mohr, William, 41
Nevins, June, 42, 108
Moore, Janice, 64, 94, 103, 109
Mordock, John, 62, 102
Moser, Dorothy, 69, 109
Moser, Linda, 63
Mosley, Sheila, 42, 45, 104, 108,
Mount, George, 60, 72, 102
Mount, Harry, 67, 88
Moyer, Jeanne, 64, 100
Moyer, Linda, 67
Mraz, Michael, 60
Mraz, Robert, 62
Murphy, Joseph, 60
Mutek, Charlotte, 61
McCarthy, Patricia, 64, 79
McCarthy, Robert, 40, 75, 83, 84
McClees, Dewain, 68
McClister, Sandra, 65
McDevitt, Manfred, 64
McDonald, Ellen, 64, 79, 109
McGarity, Joan, 64, 109
McGuigan, James, 63
Mcllvaine, Kathleen, 62, 101,
McIntyre, Jerry, 60
McMullen, Connie, 68, 109
Nagy, John, 61
Nagy, Laureen, 66, 109
Namey, Joan, 101, 103, 108
Namey, Jonathan, 42, 54
Napoleon, Rose, 79, 103, 108
Neary, Raymond, 42
Neumann, Joseph, 63
Newmann, Mary, 63
Nevin, Nancy, 68
Nevins, Edward, 67
Nirshl, Judith, 65
Nolan, Kathleen, 66
Nolan, Dorothy, 43, 101,
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Noonan, Francis, 64, 109
Oakes, Cheryl, 68
O'Brien, Robert, 64, 81
Okurowski, Edwina, 60, 78, 86, 97
Okurowski, Suzanne, 63, 87, 97, 103,
Olafson, Ray, 60, 72, 102
Onofri, Jacqueline, 66, 109
Onofri, Rosemarie, 63
Orazi, Patrick, 66
Ossman, Clinton, 67, 81, 102
Ossman, Linda, 63, 108
Owen, Allan, 63, 93
Pacitto, Louis, 43
Padgett, James, 69
Parker, Lawrence, 60
Pastuer, John, 67
Pastuer, Nancy, 63, 108
Patterson, Darlene, 69, 109
Patterson, Robert, 66
Patterson, Shirley, 43, 78, 79, 86, 87,
Paxson, Albert, 43, 72, 75, 102
Paxson, Gladys, 60, 100
Perk, Marilyn, 63
Peterson, Harvey, 69
Peterson, John, 63
Peterson, Sandra, 63
Petrecca, Daniel, 68
Petry, Carol, 60, 109
Petryszak, Daniel, 66, 81
44, 72, 75, 102
Phillips, Lorraine, 60, 79, 108
Piccinetti, JoAnn, 44
Picciotti, Kenneth, 44
Pidcock, Carol, 66
Pickard, Esther, 64, 94, 109
Pinto, Keith, 65
Piro, Elvira, 61, 101, 108
Platon, Darnley, 64
Pobutkiewicz, Helen, 45
Podoris, Mike, 83
Pogany, Richard, 66, 81
Poland, George, 65
Potocki, Nancy, 64
Preston, Thomas, 64, 102
Price, Estella, 66
Reading, Carol, 61
Reading, Elizabeth, 64
Michelle, 69, 102
Peter, 67, 81
Rhoades, Don, 68
Ricci, Lilia, 69
Richie, Nancy, 45, 53, 54, 55, 110,
Rigby, Janet, 63, 108
Riley, James, 61, 83
Riley, Jerry, 45
Roberts, Charles, 63, 95
Robbins, Harold, 67
Roberts, Joyce, 46, 108, 110, 111
Robinson, Ann, 65
Rockafellow, Lee, 61, 80
Rogalski, John, 65
Rogalski, Patricia, 61, 100
Roman, Guy, 68, 109
Rosati, Katherine, 63, 104
Ross, Nicholas, 68
Rossi, Gail, 68
Rud, Natalia, 66
Rud, Russell, 64, 93, 102
Rudloff, Judy, 46
Rushinski, Joseph, 64, 82
Rustay, Catherine, 68, 109
Sabo, Marjorie, 46, 104
Samsel, Robert, 69
Samsel, Ronnie, 63
Sanford, Dale, 46, 108
Sauder, Betty, 47, 54, 79, 86, 87
Saxton, Leon, 67
Schafer, Andrew, 61
Scheidemantel, Cynthia, 94,
Scheidemantel, Sue, 63, 79, 87
Schell, Carl, 47, 75, 102
Schepelenko, Alexander, 64
Schmitt, Marie, 61, 105, 108
Wienckoski, Ronald, 63
Schmidt, William, 66
Schrieber, Robert, 69
Schwarz, Jim, 63, 102, 108
Scullin, Jay, 66
Seward, Barbara, 69
Shaginaw, Evelyn, 63, 101, 108
Sharp, Carol, 47, 101, 103, 108, 111
Sharp, Jane, 66
Shull, Carl, 61, 80, 84
Shull, Laura, 68
Shull, Forrest, 63
Shull, Marian, 67
Shutt, Ann, 66, 94
Sinclair, Tom, 63, 84
Skelton, Thomas, 63
skuze, Clyde, 61
Slack, Carol, 61, 79, 102, 103
Slack, Dean, 68, 88
Smith Gerry, 47
Smith, Kathleen, 65
Smith, Margot, 68, 109
Smith, Peggy, 61, 101, 108
Smith, Richard, 61, 72
Zaborowski, Bernice, 63, 103, 108
Smolinski, Anna, 48, 100
Smolinski, John, 63, 84
Snedeker, Cheryl, 63, 79
Softley, Allen, 63, 72
Softley, Thomas, 48, 53, 54, 55, 75
85, 85, 102
Solan, Kathleen, 65, 79, 97, 104,
Speechley, Lynne, 48, 78, 79, 86,
Stadler, Charles, 69
Stadler, Janet, 63, 79, 87, 101, 102
Staub, Pat, 61
Stauffer, Elizabeth, 48, 55, 79, 103
108, 110, 111
Stawski, Richard, 64, 93
Stedman, Richard, 49
Steinbeiser, Geneva, 65, 109
Stoddard, Emma: 69
Stoddard, Laura, 61, 100
Stoddard, Maude, 65
Stoddard, Patricia, 63
Straszynski, Thornas, 65, 81
Straszynski, Vincent, 49, 72, 102
Stromberg, Bert, 61, 80, 84, 102, 108
Stromberg, Marilyn, 68
Sullivan, Thomas, 67, 81, 88
Sultzbach, Donna, 67, 102
Sultzbach, Richard, 64
Suppers, Donna, 49, 55
Suppers, Virginia, 64
Syminton, James, 66
Szoke, Judith, 68
Szura, Carl, 61, 80, 95
Tanicello, Ronald, 63, 72
Tanzillo, Anthony, 67
Tarr, Steve, 63
Taylor, John, 61, 72, 84, 102, 108
Taylor, Robert, 69
Temple, William, 65, 81, 88
Tettemer, Thomas, 65, 81, 82
Thomas, Dale, 68, 88, 102
Thompson, Arlene, 49, 102
Thompson, Sharon, 67
Thorn, Edward, 61, 108
Thorn, Thomas, 61, 82
Tkacs, Catherine, 67
Tohm, William, 50, 82
Tootell, Thomas, 68, 88, 102
Toth, John, 69
Toth, Margaret, 50
Tozour, Judy, 61, 100
Trankley, Donald, 65
Treadway, Richard, 67
Trofe, Frank, 68
Tyndale, Carol, 64
Tyndale, Nancy, 63, 103, 108
Tyndale, Sandra, 66, 109
Valeriano, Natalie, 61, 95
Valeriano, Francis, 50, 85
Vacca, Benjamin, 61
Vogler, Robert, 61, 80, 95
Wakefield, Doris, 68, 109
Wakefield, Margaret, 67
Wallover, Patricia, 63
Waltersdorff, Connie, 61, 87, 105
Waltersdorff, Robert, 50, 53, 100
Watkins, Ronald, 69
Weaver, Robert, 65
Weaver, Charles, 69
Weaver, Mary Ann, 65, 79, 87, 102
Weber, Roger, 66, 81
Werner, Hans, 64
White, David, 66, 102
Wiater, Donald, 68
Widmann, Daniel, 68
Widmann, Diane, 63
Widmann, Sharon, 67
Widmann, Toni, 67
Wiedenhaefer, Russell, 67, 81, 88
Wiedenhaefer, Charles, 51, 83, 85,
Wiedenhaefer, Paul, 69, 81, 88
Wienckoski, Marie, 65
Williams, Sid, 68, 88, 81
Williams, Terrence, 66
Wilmot, Howard, 65
Wilmot, Melody, 69, 109
Wilson, Daniel, 66
Witkowski, Linda, 65
Wolf, Jean, 51, 108, 111
Woodward, William, 61
Wodward, Rowland, 65, 82
Woolverton, George, 69
Woolverton, Susan, 66
Worthington, Karen, 63
Woytko, Marion, 61, 104
Yeager, Douglas, 68
Young, Kenneth, 61
Zawatsky, Ted, 51, 72, 75, 83, 85
Zocco, Elaine, 51, 78, 103, 106, 108
Zsolnay, George, 61, 80
Zurachiwskyi, Don, 65, 82
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The time didn't pass fast enough before our class could be in Washington, but now . . . now it seems so
long ago. We really had a blast! We can still remember some of the things we did and some of the places
we went just as though it happened yesterday . . .
Our tour through the F.B.I. building seemed like a view of the conclusion of a true-to-life whodunit show.
The Brink's robbery and the Rosenberg spy ring were two of the highlights of the tour. There were displays
showing how seemingly insignificant pieces of evidence were used to unwrap these almost perfect crimes. When
we were shown the picture display of the ten most-wanted criminals someone remarked about their uncanny
resemblance to those notorious "Thursday night TV hoodlumsf,
Everyone was impressed with the thoroughness and quantity of the information on hand which helped
in tracking down suspects. There were paint slides from every automobile company in the U.S. representing
the original color of every car manufactured. This enabled the modern day Mr, Holmeses to be able to track
down hit-and-run drivers in a comparatively short period of time using for evidence just a chip of paint found
on the victim's clothing.
The most interesting part of the tour for the boys, and surprisingly the girls too, was the display of
every type of firearm ever made in this country and the expert exhibition shooting on the firing range which
seemed to have proved to discourage any "prospective criminals" in our group.
After an exhausting day of sightseeing, we stopped at the Washington Monument just long enough to wear
everybody out even more. A few of us were either adventurous or foolish enough to climb all eight hundred
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of the class rode the elevator. The trip down provided us with information about this impressive structure
as well as the much needed rest. After all this, though, it was the unanimous decision of the class that it didn't
look a bit like George!
Come Wednesday evening we could hardly believe we had made it to the train station. A few of us came
to the conclusion that we really had fun when we lugged our suitcases down the seemingly endless platform to
our passenger cars.
Shortly after the train started rolling we experienced, what was to the majority of us, our first meal on a
moving train. It was something worth remembering-rather something hard to forget as we now realize turkey
gravy spots cannot be removed from neckties.
As the ride home progressed, someone started a bunny hop line and practically the whole class joined in on
the fun. None of the other passengers seemed to mind our antics. The various hula hop demonstrations had a
hilarious response. We doubt if there was anyone who wanted to get off the train when it pulled into the
There were so many other things that happened that won't be forgotten. I don't think the fellas will ever
forgive the girls for all the noise they had to put up with on the floor below.
Yes, we found it to be true when we were told, "Your Washington Trip is a thing to remember."
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Industrial Arts . . . CHUCK
American Legion Auxiliary . . . Americanism . . . NANCY
American Legion . . . Americanism . . . DICK L.
Band Boosters Association . . . DICK L.
Morrisville Senior Women's Club . . . Mathematics . . . TOM
J. Leslie White . . . Girl Athlete . . . SUE E.
Boy Athlete . . . DICK H.
Morrisville Education Assn .... Mary Schuyler Scholarship
Patriotic Order of Americans . . . English . . . QIIANN
jack Broderick . . . Bookkeeping . . . BARB M.
Typewriting. , . CHRIS
Union Fire Company Auxiliary . . . Service . . . BETSY
Union Fire Company . . . Service . . . DICK L.
Italian American Club . . . Vocal Music . . . BETTY
V.F.W .... Problems of Democracy . . . Girl . . . JIANN
Boy . . .TERRY
V.E.W .... Community Service . . . GORDON
Wallace M. Codd Loyalty Award . . . WALT
M.H.S. Student Council Activities Trophy . . . Girl . . . BETTY
Boy. . . DICK L.
Activities Medals . . . Girls . . . SHIRLEY, LYNNE, MARY M.
Boys . . . VINCE, DICK H., TOM
Lower Bucks County Assn. ot Educational Secretaries . . . ELAINE
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