Morrisville High School - Robert Morris Yearbook (Morrisville, PA)

 - Class of 1962

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M 'lv 1' WWWM' l +11 "Tofu ,HE RUBER llbultlislwll ity ..Nlo1r'r1lsv'1llllle High Scclltooll The Road Not Vllqatllsen llmy Robert .Frost Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth, Then took the other, as iust as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear, Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same. I shall be telling this with a sigh ' Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roadsdiverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. MQRRHS The Class ml? 11962 Mmrrnsvnlne, prawns N yllwwn. Xvcomllumrnce Twentyzfwur Ac'tivitics Table conf QUIKIILECEIJIGQS Dcdicmtimm Administwmfiom SCEEIUIIICCJTS nm-arc famssmmcewm SV W,v agggw Sports lil!!-B ROUA Less 1I"tll,VCBllll4BCIll -1 A FOTCWOTJ -- ' ery senior class has common experiences, gh each class leaves with its own impressions. ir class has also done things that belong alone. This sets us apart from all others and as us unique. For this reason the 1962 year- staff has chosen the Unique as the theme 'ne twenty-fourth edition of the Robert Morris. iique is defined as being without an equal, e in excellence, not before known, and this expresses everyone's view of his school presenting this yearbook we hope you eciate and enioy it, and feel, as we do, that unique. JW wif, with Silimeeiee Gratitude Every year The graduaTing class has The pleasure of dedicaTing iTs yearbook To a Teacher, who has achieved disTincTion Through Tireless efforTs To aid The sTudenT. We are honored To dedicaTe This yearbook To DOROTHY A. KELLER "OuT damned spoT, ouT I say!" ln This manner Mrs. Keller broughT Shakespeare To life in The classroom. Coming To Morrisville in 1945 she now heads The English De- parTmenT, and has proven herself To be very capable in This posi- Tion. She puTs her experience To acTive use as The direcTor of The senior play. We enioyed Mrs. Keller's fun- loving spiriT and sharp wiT. Her frankness helped us To see our- selves more obiecfively and The warmTh of her personaliTy was immediaTely conveyed To all of us. For These many reasons The class of 1962 dedicaTes iTs year- book To Mrs. Keller. efmfgw -:::a. 2: Q WWA Q55 A-,gg-124 pym g X , - "Ls J 5. X , f. ,L - ,, :z ,W ,f fgiwxssk, yrs : , V. V V Afmmgw V 11-Q wx - 1 , -at 5 'L Q" ,gli JFEQSAT v 4H4??fFiE3J f e2iEa EESS. X -ff QQL, . '2 jp, ,f V-TQQVQWQQ W., K , M wk if 'A f 5 A me J 1 B 1 f E . B Q 5 rw? ,W ' ' up Y is ef .2 l Q Q 5 fs. 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Under his capable administration the high school has operated smoothly. Mm. Waad With Mr. Wood's return from Germany the admin- istration is again complete. Mr. Wood, a well-known Bucks County historian, has many tasks - assist- ant principal, athletic director, and counselor. Miss Gish As director of the guidance department, Miss Gish aids each student with sincere interest in his problems. Her invaluable co-operation has helped us plan our futures. ratio imtiinilslfzivatfoivs Dm. llblliitlllips As Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Phillips has many responsibilities. He plans school improvements, con ducts curriculum studies, manages fiscal affairs, hires new teachers, and perhaps most important of all, sets an example all of us can follow. lx. lx. l-C srl' l l- gtl.1l.QGli ' wa. ,my Q, . Clic 3"--Ns Seated, left to right: Robert Beadle, Reed Pratt, Margaret Smith,-Alfred Champagne, Horace E. Hunt, Homer C. Platon, William H Roberts. Harry H. Lee. 0 0 The otrmsvn e oaitmll ollm Etdluccaltlgtlotm Horace E. Hunt, President Alfred Champagne, Vice-President Robert C. Beadle, Treasurer Mrs. Margaret Smith, Secretary Harry H. Lee William H. Roberts Homer C. Platon Alvin R. Pratt, Jr. These are the people who use their authority and wisdom to improve, guide, and cultivate our school system. Their successes are the products of hard work and ot untold sacrifices. We, the Class of 1962, wish to take this opportunity to show our sincere appreciation and to express our heartfelt thanks to these people who have accomplished so much during our secondary school years. auclh ce iicc-Wes in iiscillconim, cove, and li-iiiaiiiillm O O O MARGARET A. WATKINS Trenton State Teachers, B.S. Education Columbia University, M.A. English Z X fs. S- ii L X ,I , i is WALLS f ijt ' xiuwsv Nyc .-an Aimzv l , vim i i l l mares f am tim- my IEARY BLOL D CELLS no moon cms i 4 qwy Vg.-i..,.,a-ma i ' i vi,-.tufts clafbla a waive moon cms -in 'f . rggmif-mlm . f -'f ESTHER M. HAWKINS ANNE E. PARSONS DOROTHY A. KELLER New -lefsel' College for W0m6f1, B-5-I Glassboro State Teachers, B.S., Penn State, Temple University, B.S., Rutgers Univer Rutgers University, M.A. M.S. sity, M.S. ALEXANDER MCDONALD FRANK TOROK SARA T. HUGHES East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Millersville State Teachers College, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, A,B,, Rutgers B.S.g Rutgers University, M.S. Rutgers University, M.S. University, M.S. I4 JOHN GONTAR West Chester State Teachers, B.S., Grad- uate study at West Chester, Temple, and Rutgers I 'HM 41" GORDON DAVIES Lebanon Valley College, B.S., New York University, M.A. MC J. WILBUR Millersville Penn State, SAUDER State Teachers College, B.S., M.A. l 1 HORACE M. HUTCHISON Susquehanna College, Mus, BJ Columbia University, A.M. 0 0 Of,OTllt1e Vllqllwillz Guide S than Adu tilwaili imiinlmp es Q85 HELEN L, WUNNER JOSEPH A. MATINAS ROSEMARY CAVANAUGH Rutgers University, B.S,g Temple University, Mansfield State Teachers College, B.S. EEST 5TV0UCl5b'-HQ 57579 Teadiefs College, M.Ed. 5-54 I5 YQ- RICHARD G. LEE DOROTHY N. JENNESS JAMES D. KELBAUGH Albright College, B.S. Carnegie Institute of Technology, 5.5. Geneva College, B.A. 95 ,L FRANK G. ZURLO Penn State, B.S. wrrn Dirty qwsoo Q M xal""' GLENN G. GRIFFITHS SOL 5. KASHOFF Bethany College, A.B.f University of Pitts- Temple University, B.S., M.S. burgh, M.Ed. FRANK PQDLEISZEK CHARLES B. SCHULTZ penn Sfafel 55, University of Pennsylvania, B.A.g Temple University, M.Ed. .. me I 5 Y H1 5 5' X I X ' , ' Hy". 5. 5 , -f, VM, t 5 H fri' gn- 1101! Sim ,,,, Crash X RUTH A. GRAVES BURTON O. THOMAS MICHAEL KREPICH Penn State, B.S. University of Scranton, B.S, Bloomsburg State Teachers College BS I ELLEN A. MILLER Trenton State Teachers College, B.S. lil f'?w1v9M....- at we ELIZABETH KANE West Chester State Teachers College, B.S. 'W A HERBERT BERNSTEIN DMITRO BYKIVETZ DR- MAULDE CASTEU-S Temple University, A.B. Temple University, B.S. Convent of Sacred Hein, BLA UWVGVSIIY of Havana, Ph.D. ROBERT HATRAK PATRICIA KRONEN Rider College, B.S. Indiana State College, B.S. RICHARD KYLE Kutzfovvn State SECRETAR IAL STAFF 40-9- V7 ,ff :,1 f I College, B.S. RICHARD LANDIS Bloomfield College, B.S, Biology MEDICAL STAFF Standing, from left to right: Charles Habel, Robert Habel, Charles Sweeney, Millie Himmelberger, Adam Hormung, Sr. Janitorial anal Cafeteria Statllvs Standing, from left to right: Carolyn Foster, Lydia Wamsley, Mina Braker, Minnie Bastian, Rosanna Sigley, Mary Lou McCoy, Jeanie Brodeki, Catherine Osborn. Q. it l X: ew' "Fi-on x , . M Q? ww 'Wa elf V,,5 ' . f . w,w,,X fx IAKASWV Q-Lb? A-if ,f ix LM 3 ix 3 Qtr? Q , .. ,, X ws, x V 2 2 fa 1, W' ,J .ar Q - i ,V A vi Maw?-A 51 va. 3. W, W , , w. v Qyw - , M tu , v Map' I-yu, 131 sg? , 'Ar i 'V' f nj". ,' V " f " '1 f, " " f , s , H. 1' - i , ? A' ' ' qv , ., 'W ' , H x 9 ' if '-A ? 1 ' ' If 3 1 5 - f . a mm 1 . a 5 CENTRE CCDIIDS From the voutoge point ot our Senior yeor W6 lC4'llI1'I1 Hook do CIDTLIIII' QCCOHMIPHRSHH ouorl tontlures ouol yet see otloug our tuuture stream ot Rite o Wu upou ments I 2 I It had To stick at lunch 1ime! 1111 ssamy 'fffffffff --ii! .5 1- Soup's on, and hoogies af that! , K ,,, Gotta mee1 The deadline!! o V o Im enwr IIs,11IIue -...K nth W K Q i I can remember asking seniors fo sign my yearbook, Now It seems strange fha? I am asked for my aurograph. I wonder if he notices how nervous I am. I 23 A perfect ending To a perfect evening. Wait till the guys hear if now. com? Is aH1His practice worth 61? cmmrlicvss amd Enjwymsnts X BO NA LYNN ANDERSON "Bonnie" Academic KepT The color guard in line as capTain . . . led The hockey Team Through Thick and Thin as co-capTain . . . whaT was so inTeresTing abouT The TooTball Team, Bonnie? . . . always has a new ouTTiT for every day of The week . . . has a friendly "Hi" for everyone . . . really enjoyed working as a nurses' aid . . . is fighTing wiTh George really your peT peeve? . . . had a heaffy serve in volleyball . . . will never TorgeT Those Spanish classes . . . plans To Take pulses aTTer graduaTion. THOMAS EARL BARBER "Tom" Academic Tinkering wiTh oTher people's cars is his hobby . . . uses The experience gained To improve his own "bomb" . . . goT kidded a loT a'bouT The unusual amounT of Time he spends in mechanical drawing class . . . gas pump jockey aTTer school hours . . . lived down aT The shore during The summer . . . skilled in boaTing and waTer skiing . . . says There isn'T a fish alive ThaT can escape him . . . Tried selling u"""""' li ads for The yearbook . . . wanTs To give The CoasT Guard some lessons in seaman- ship. . . inTends To make business his occupaTion. MARY M. BAUGH "Mary" Technical Has a different hair sTyle for every change of cloThes . . . inducTed inTo The NaTional Honor SocieTy . . . iusT mention food and Mary is ready To eaT . . . how do you always manage To sTay so Trim? . . . an accomplished accordionisT . . . her complexion is The envy of every girl . . . why is iT you were never able To get To school on Time? . . . as one of The WAAT fans, Mary is never wiThouT her Top Tune lisT . . . plans To puT her beauTician Training To use after graduaTion. AUDREY SADIE BILHEIMER "Goog" Commercial Wielded a wicked baT on The girls' soTTball Team Trying To run up The score . . . a good, hard worker . . . proved iT as processing ediTor of The '62 RoberT Morris . . . claims she hasn'T any ouTside acTiviTies, buT we hear differenTly . . . iT seemed ThaT her favoriTe classes were gym and shorThand-Oh Yeh ! ! . . . Takes her music wherever she goes . . . have baTTeries-will Travel . . . how did you geT ThaT nickname "Goog"? . . . learning To operaTe business machines is in her fuTure plans. 26 CAROLE .LYNN BRADLEY "Red" Commercial Always had something pertinent to say in health class . , . has been singing in chorus since iunior high . . , what's wrong with shorthand class, Carole? . . . that couldn't be your pet peeve could it? . . . Carole iust can't stand two-faced people . . ..those glasses of yours could cause a discussion in any class . . . with her friendly nature she takes teasing in stride . . . dislikes her other nickname . . . didn't mind working in the office . . . after graduation Carole would like to become a medical technician. BARBARA ANN BUCKNUM "Barb" Academic Cute and lively . . . Barb's bubbling personality is felt by all . . . has led our teams through many seasons as a cheerleader . . . served as captain this year . . . known for her large wardrobe . . . backed up the varsity hockey team for the past two years . . . never in need of a friend . . . always seemed able to get the car . . . how did you do it, Barb? . . . has a thousand things to do . . . with her determination she always gets them done . . . plans to become a medical secretary after graduation. 1" M., ilkl ARLETA HOPE BUTTERWORTH "Twinks" Academic An active senior . . . seemed to play as hard against Carol as she did against her opponents on the hockey field . . . enjoyed playing her clarinet in the band . . . sang in the chorus . . . led our cheers at the games . . . never liked people who didn't call her by her right name . . . why so much trouble parking in the school lot? . . . was an avid participant in leaders club and yearbook staff . . . president of the F.T.A .... would like to be a teacher after graduation. THERESA BARBARA CAMPANELLI "Terry" Commercial Got anything good to eat? . . . why did some of the teachers always think you were talking? . always did odd iobs for Miss Gish . . . Home Ec. classes were fine when there was food to eat . . . member of our mixed chorus . . . for some reasons gym wasn't her first love . . . hated waiting in line for lunch . . . there must be some reason the Dairy is always graced with her presence . . . after graduation she would like to go to l.B.M. school or be a telephone operator. 27 Hcappu Hey "Capp", that's some sunburn you've got . . . co-captain of our varsity eleven this year . . . always seemed to have fun in P. D. class with Jack and Tommy . . . didn't seem to relish those periods in shop . . . art and sketch club was different though, right Joe? . . . seems his favorite motto is, "Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow" . . . patrols Morrisville in that black Impala . . . affectionately known as "Pearl Harbor Joe" . . . would like to further his studies after graduation. "Dee-Dee" Commercial Fashion conscious . . . seems as though she didn't wear the same thing twice . . . what's the latest dances? . . . just watch Dee-Dee . . . look for Judy at her side . . . what is it you don't like about those loud Hollywood duals, Dee-Dee? . . . super salesman for yearbook ads . . . came out to sup- port our teams in all sports . . . enioyed getting- out of class to work in the office . . . would like to put her commercial skills to use as a secretary after graduation. JOSEPH JAMES CAPPIELLO General DIEDRE LYNNE CARROLL LINDA WALLIS CART "DO DO" Academic Things are always popping when Linda's around . . . how did you ever acquire the title "Miss Hockey Legs," anyway? . . . carried the "Stars and Stripes" for our marching band . . . sang in both the special and senior chorus . . . felt she was in some sort of competition with a car . . . had trouble putting up with Chas in P. D. class . . .helped our basketball team out with her height. . .a hard working member of our leaders club . . . would like to further her education by either going to college or nursing school. y JOHN CLIFFORD CARTER T "JaCk" Commercial sw Had a little trouble sneaking past the football umpire with his Cast . . . what ' would Jack have done without Tommy and Joe in P. D. classes? . . . there weren't many sports that Jack didn't go out for . . . says his pet peeve was getting to school on time . . . added a new late slip to his collection almost every day . . . kept the pin setters clicking during bowling club . . . a basketball whiz-controlled the backboards . . . plans to wear the Air Force blues following graduation. "Sharon" Calm until provoked, then look out! . . . put in a lot of time and hard work as copy editor of our yearbook . . . blocked many of the opponents shots on our varsity hockey team as goalie for the past two years . . . elected co-captain this year . . . president of the leaders club and vice-president of the senior class . . . decided against a career as a waitress after working as one last summer . . . oh, how she hated those double periods . . . plans to attend college to become a medical secretary following graduation. "Darlene" Commercial Oh brother, can't see why we have health? . . . steady and faithful member of our Saturday night canteens . . . when's your next trip to Never-Never Land, Peter? . . . helped out the sopranos in the chorus . . . can't see getting up early- especially for school . . . enioyed her clerical practice periods . . , why did the boys in P. D. tease you, Darlene? . . . likes to care for her three goldfish . . . al' ways seems to be hungry . . . after graduation she would like to go to business machine school. JULIETTE PAULINE COLANGELO "Jule" Academic Vivacious and easy-going . . . takes everything in stride . . . rarely worried about homework . . . was a willing participant in all leaders club activities . . . helped perform the copy writing tasks of the yearbook . . . notorious for her constant talking . . . just couldn't seem to get to school on time even though she lived only a block away . . . hated her study halls . . . uses those big words fluently . . . the Tom Thumb of the senior class . . . after graduation she would like to go to college to prepare for psychiatric social work. GERALD JOHN CUTCl"llNEAl. "Cutch" General You can always tell when Jerry's coming . . . his thoughts mainly con- . sist of cars . . . was a player on our varsity football team . .V . always thought f school started at lunch time . . . have a good time on the New York trip, Jerry? . . .a regular at canteen . , . really loves to dance. . .was a star pupil in Nlr. Gontar's physics class . . . has one of those "lpana" smiles . . . a mem- ber ofthe varsity club . . . part of a comedy team with 'Higg' and Skuse . . . plans to attend I. B. M. school after graduation. SHARON ANN CONTURSO Academic MARY DARLENE CUNNINGHAM BARBARA ELLEN DElTRlCK "Barb" Doesn't mind being teased about her height . . . looking for Barb? Just find Peggy, Darlene, or Sandy . . . didn't seem to enjoy those P. E. classes very much . . . seemed she didn't miss those Saturday night canteens . . . stuck out all those senior chorus practices and did a grand iob at it . . - claimed her pet peeve was iust school, how can that be Barb? . . . always sports an up-to-date hair-do . . . after graduation Barb intends to work at Bell Telephone. JANE DE LAY 11Janen Mention anything lavender and Jane will buy it . . . fun to be with . . . styled many of the girls' hair-dos . . . can be found in the company of Mary and Charlotte . . . caught up with lost erest in science class . . . finished her senior year by teaching at Technical School . . . was on the good side of the cafeteria staff there . . . likes to swim and ice skate in her spare time . . . hey Jane, do blondes really have more fun? . . . will follow up her tech- nical education as a beautician. 30 CAROLYN NORMA DAVIS "Chiefie" Academic Took a good deal of teasing over the years . . . seemed to get a kick out of Mrs. Hughes' English classes . . . whatever happened to that suitcase of yours, Chiefie? . . . told some interesting stories in health class . . . Carolyn didn't seem to approve of having a gym class first period in the morning . . . participated in senior chorus and F.N.A .... disliked those "Pearl Harbor Jobs!" of Mr. Thomas . . . hopes last summer's experience as a nurses' aid will prove helpful for her future career in nursing. THOMAS HARRY DAVIS "Senator Davis" General One of the inseparable three-Tom, Jack, and Joe . . . teased the life out of Jule in P. D. and'in turn took a lot of teasing from Mr. Thomas . . . is able to laugh off anything, no matter how serious . . . spends a great deal of his time working on his '53 Chevy . . . a permanent fixture on Pryors' corner . . . thought every test was an openbook test . . . after the "Senator" graduates, he plans to show Uncle Sam a thing or two about running a navy. General Technical JOHN K. DUNKA' "Skip" A Academic Ready with an answer to any question . . . a strong, forceful member of our class! . . . a real politician . . . Skip led the school's campaign for Kennedy last year . . . always knew he would win . . . has an interesting collection of books . . . played on both the basketball and baseball teams . . . he felt iuniors were his main trouble . . . wild about those cool 'Vets' . . . doesn't appreciate noisy people . . . following graduation Skip plans to attend prep school and then go on to college. DIANE MARIE ELMER "Mouse" Commercial A peppy little senior . . . co-captain of the cheerleaders . . . has a variety of nicknames such as "Mighty Mouse" or "Squeak" . . . by the way, did anyone see the cheese? . . . played a rough game of hockey on our varsity squad . . . helped our girls' softball team those ads for our yearbook . way? . . . plans to further her i f- i out . . . gave up rnuch of her time rounding up say, Diane, where does all that food go, any- studies to attain a position as a medical secretary. CAROLE JANE FABIAN "Carole" Commercial A high note in the senior chorus . . . it seems all interest lies in our senior class . . . if you want Carole, just look for Peggy, Darlene, Sandy or Barb . . . Carole iust didn't seem to approve of English and shorthand classes, why not? . . . usually on the road with a white Chevy . . . watch her right- hand swing, it sure is dangerous . . . plans for the future include plenty of use for her commercial courses. WILLIAM J EFFERSON FRYE "BiIl" Academic If you know Bill you know a friend . . . went to Colorado last summer to attend the Convention of Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . elected to Student Council for many years . . . a steadfast runner in cross-country and track . . . took a lot of kidding about his outside activities . . . initiated into the National Honor Society . . . thinks insincerity and giddiness are inex- cusable . . . knows that hominy grits will triumph over pizza . . . couIdn't wait for an opportunity to wear his band uniform . . . hopes to attend college to become an architect. 3I GEORGE BERNARD GATOR ll "George" General The easy-to-talk-to type . . . makes working on cars his pleasant pastime . . .considered good-looking by many . . . though quiet, serious and easy- going, gunning is his hobby . . . wonder if he hits anything? . . . member of the naval reserve . . . a valuable basketball player in gym class . . . doesn't like to spend money on unnecessary things . . . wonder how he grew so tall? . . . can be usually found guarding pryors . . . hopes the navy will give him a ship of his own after graduation. ELWOOD HOWARD GARDNER "Elwood" Technical A friendly senior . . . always on time for the Tech. school bus . . . don't know what Snipes would do without him . . . helped transform the cafeteria into a ballroom for our prom . . . learned some of the tricks of farming on his trip out West last summer . . . always on hand to help the school's art department . . . everyone agrees that Elwood looks better without his side- burns . . . surprised many people who never knew him with his sense of humor . . . after furthering his education in commercial art he plans to travel. K-+A? www' E CHARLES RONALD GEANETTE "Ernie" Back to Morrisville after a stint in the service how did you ever get your nickname, Ernie? . . . holding up the rail . . . avid supporter of most knew what question the class was on, but knew in his garage working on his truck, he could be happened in chemistry class? . . . future plans service. Academic with a collection of stories . . . carried on the age old custom of M.H.S. sports events . . . never all the answers . . . if he wasn't found at Ernie's . . . again what include ioining a branch of the CHRISTINA MAE GENGO "Tina" General Swinging member of Mr. Lee's iazz club . . . why do you dislike the nickname "Tina Baby" so much? . . . spent a good deal of her time in and around Home Ec. classes . . . enjoys swimming as her favorite pastime . . . conceited people do not rate high on Tina's list . . . never passes up the chance to see a good movie . . . almost wore out her shoes taking those long walks . . . would like to return to Pittsburgh someday . . . her future plans are undecided. x BRUCE ALLAN GERBER "Bruce" Academic Kept the class "in stitches" . . . would do practically anything for a laugh . . . one of our fleet-footed trackmen and could decorate his room with Q his many awards . . . watch his eyes twinkle when his sweet, blue, stick- shift Ford is mentioned . . . member of the cross-country and basketball teams for the past three years . . . snapped most of the pictures for the yearbook . . . a iob well done! . . . this experience will help him in his future work, photography . . . his pet peeve is Mr. Schultz's constant nagging about the yearbook pictures . . . popular with the girls and Bert. ROWLAND CHARLES GIRTON "Roland" Commercial The tall quiet type . . . has many talents . . . played lead trombone in both the band and orchestra . . . made use of his vocal abilities as a baritone in chorus . . . participated in both County and District Bands . . . head of the stage crew. . . anxious to mix up the shortwave bands as a ham operator . . . plans to go through life as a C.P.A .... took a lot of teasing from the girls as one of the few boys in commercial classes. CHARLES WILLARD HABEL, JR. "Chas" Academic Took a lot of kidding about his red hair . . . played the backfield for the varsity i eleven . . . one of Mr. Thomas shotputters . . . seldom seen without a girl on weekends . . . won Mr. Hutchison's favor by being in both the band and chorus . . . kiddingly calls his friends either dullards or dolts . . . dislikes girls that smoke . . . has a real cool Ford . . . kept things crashing on the basketball court . . . ua...- will be college bound following graduation . . . would be among the ten best dressed anywhere. BEVERLY ELAINE HARRIS "Bev" Academic A girl with varied interests . . . three-letter winner . . . newer member of the cheerleading squad . . . did a fine iob, tool . . . Treasurer of Leaders Club . . . i how did you get the name "Beverly Beach"'? . . . was it because of the piers? . . . has a mad desire for donuts . . . can't stand to wait for people who are late . . . becomes embarrassed at the slightest provocation . . . counted off the days until the weekends rolled around . . . helped to hold up the Financial end of the year- book. . . another one of the class of '62 potential nurses. WALTER KARL HARTEL "Walt" Technical lt there's music there's Walt . . . sang in the chorus and district . . . played a variety of instruments, among them the sousaphone . . . kept the wires humming in electronics . . . a member of the National Honor Society . . . displayed his vocal abilities on television . . . lent a helping hand to the stage crew . . . known for his frantic Ford . . . wild about mashed potatoes . . . a ready sense of humor . . . usually seen with Tom . . . enioyed teasing the girls . . . following graduation Walt would like to get a job as an electronics technician. PATRICIA A. HELLER "Pat" General Nothing ever seemed to bother Pat . . . a real calm character . . . likes to swim . . . really cuts the ice while skating . . . a first-rate member of the jazz club . . . Pat doesn't care much for people who can't keep a secret . . . gave much of her spare time to the Red Cross . . . didn't appreciate those weekly current events tests . a likeable and friendly girl . . . drives her black Ford with an expert's ease . Pat would like to become a beautician after graduation, CHESTER HENSOR "Chet" General Wears his bowling iacket with pride . . . and has good reason to . . .spends 'Q all his free time in the bowling lanes . . . enioyed doing the printing in shop year . . . can always come up with the right answers to those current events tests . . . has a willing laugh and uses it constantly . . . his history homework seemed to make the rounds in the back of the room . . . took some kidding from the boys . . . Chet plans to go into the business world after graduation. MARGARET B. HERRITY "Peggy" General R Peggy never had much to say unless it was important . . . Always dressed f with care and thought . . .constantly kept a neat appearance . . . usually seen in the halls with Sandy . . . stayed in the good graces of the teachers . . . was a regular participant at chorus practice . . . Sandy always managed to make her laugh . . . chorus wasn't her only activity though . . . Peggy didn't seem to enjoy reading all those health articles . . . rarely talked much about her outside activities . . . after graduation, Peggy plans to go to l. B. M. School tor advanced study. lloagien Beverly is the Van Cliburn of the senior class . . . really makes the ivories vibrate . . . commonly addressed as "Oagie Baby" . . . we also understand it was her pet peeve . . . put up with "Higgs" teasing with hardly a word . . . never became excited . . . took everything in stride . . . took a soprano position in chorus . . . algebra never proved a problem to Bev . . . travels around with Dot . . . has read practically every book in the library . . . she plans to go to l. B. M. School after graduation. ALEXANDER MICHAEL HORVATH "Dude" He certainly has an interesting nickname . . . wonder how he earned it? . . . like most boys "Dude" is just wild about cars and the mechanics of them . . . with his shooting ability he doesn't have any competitors . . . shows off his talent hunt- ing . . . the boys always seem to be kidding "Dude" . . . why is that? . . . swims whenever the opportunity arises . . . he was too busy to participate in any school activities . . . "Dude" will either get a iob as cook or in the Mill School after graduation. ef- X . will ilrfs W - g i , V ,Q A BEVERLY HOAGLAND Academic Technical 'l!""'? JAMES GEORGE HUGGINS "Higg" Academic "Higg" is funny without really trying . . . a real wit . . . was very active in the bowling club . . . "hope this car starts" . . . Jim's favorite saying . . . when he wasn't too busy with his homeworkC?J, he liked to go hunting or fishing . . . always messing with his black bomb to make sure its in tip-top shape . . . how did you like chemistry this year, Jim? . . . played on the varsity baseball team . . . a boy with his head in the clouds . . . after high school Jim plans to attend college and study business administration. JOANN MARY JABLONSKI "Jabbo" Academic Her senior year was spent in study halls . . . put up a good deal with Jim and Don's teasing . . . was always looking over her chemistry work . . . kept the cash registers banging at Kresge's . . . has a strong dislike for conceited people . . . her friends number many . . . likes to drive around in an Oldsmo- bile. . . kiddingly known as "Warsaw" . . . didn't like all those history tests . .. spent many hours in chorus practice . . . never had much to say in class . . . "Jabbo" hasn't any definite future plans. 35 ,,Je,ft, A boy with a promising future . . . a chugging guard for the fighting eleven . . . does not consider himself a "Don Carter" in bowling . . . enioys driving his "56" white Ford convertible . . . doesn't care too much for noisy girls . . . tried to make life miserable for Shari in history class . . . kept Mario's Bake Shop from going out of existence . . . spends many of his summer leisure hours swimming . . . after graduation "Jet" plans to fly planes for Uncle Sam's Air Force. 11Marnr1 "Anyone for Joe's or McDonalds?" . . . Her favorite menu consists of one hamburger, french fries and an orange drink . . . was elected co-captain of the basketball team . . . seemed to have a little trouble remembering not to foul . . . sold a lot of yearbook ads . . . is really proud of her varsity sweater and the two stripes . member of the "family locker" group down in "C" hall . . . plans to work after graduation. v"" ROBERT STORER JACKSON General MARY ANN JOHNSON Commercial . . one of the best sports spectators in our class . . . ROGER PETER JOHNSON "Chip" Academic Want something done? . . . iust ask "Chip" . . . he's active in everything . . . President of Alpha Omega . . . as editor-in-chief of the Robert Morris, he worked hard toward this finished product . . . co-captain of our winning cross-country team . . . one of the milers on Mr. Thomas' pride and ioy . . . represented his homeroom on the Student Council . . . hated the late lunch . . . "Chip's" a whizz when it comes to court procedures-basketball courts that is . . . totes three stripes on his sweater . . . "Chip" is headed for college after graduation. DONALD BARRY J UDY "DOH" General Don was never seen around school much . . . only had to take the English course . . . lucky guy . . . very sports minded . . . played both football and basketball . . . Don doesn't like girls who are conceited . . . usually seen with a group of boys . . . works the pumps at the Esso station . . . if you can't find him look behind the wheel of his black Ford . . . varied his courses during high school years . . . doesn't take his dating serious . . . a wise boy . . . a service career is Don's future plan. uDaVeu "Settle back and have a full-flavor smoke" . . . improved his ability in public speaking at Alpha Omega Club . . . spent quite a few precious lunch periods work- ing in the school store . . . a conscientious obiector when it comes to fighting . . . Dave always managed to play the field in baseball as well as other activities . . . never had any trouble getting good marks in English . . . took many of the leading parts in school plays and operettas . . . Dave plans to go to college to maior in English. .,JUdy,, Judy spent many of her after school hours working . . . cruised around town with Dee in her green Chevy . . . her main interests seem to center on tall boys . . . sang in the high school chorus . . . enioyed helping Miss Gish in the guidance office . . . never seemed too busy to talk . . . what a combination-blue eyes and blond hair . . . was present at all our dances . . . Judy plans to attend either business or beautician school after graduation . . . we know she'll make out fine in whatever she does. CURTIS ROBERT JUREY "Bomber" Academic Tall and quiet, but can make his share of noise when the time comes . . . r rolled out of bed and into homeroom . . . has an easy-going attitude . . . changed his feelings towards girls when he met the right one . . . added 5 many pounds to the line on the Bulldog gridiron . . . Curt's height helped him grab rebounds as one of the Bulldog cagers . . . his future plans include going to college to study art, to become a commercial artist, or an art teacher. RICHARD MICHEAL KANIA "Rich" Technical Developed his good physique lifting weights . . . helped the track team to victory . . . all of Rich's knowledge about cars is put to good use when he gets one to fix . . . this practice will make him an excellent auto mechanic when he graduates . . . likes to build and sail boats . . . enjoys "roughing it" occasionally . . . Rich didn't like being just an Indian in Mr. Lee's room . . . after graduation Rich plans to go into the service and then become an auto mechanic. DAVID KENNETH KAUGH ER Academic JUDITH ANN KOONS Commercial 1 5 RAYMOND JOHN KOSTAR graduation. SHARI ANNE LANDIS of-M DORTHY Nl. LEEDOM "Dot" Commercial Dot possesses a winning personality . . . a quality hard to come by . . . usually heard complaining about her hair . . . for some reason or other Dot doesn't appreciate homework . . . she doesn't care for conceited people . . . liked to wear the choir gowns in chorus . . . helped Mrs. Jenness by working in the library . . . seemed to have fun doing it too . . . her car was always loaded down with a gang of girls after school . . . Dot thinks she'd like to go to comptometer school after graduation. PATRICIA J. LENOX "Pat" Commercial Spent as much time on the ground as the ball during hockey season . . . a real hustler when it came to managing the business end of the yearbook . . . kept the minutes for all our Leader's Club meetings . . . gifted with a beautiful voice that she makes good use of in Mr. Hutchison's chorus . . . don't know where she gets the time but keeps Klein's Bakery- moving . . . a punctual person Pat, doesn't like to be kept waiting . . . Pat plans to take several business courses following graduation. 38 "Ray" General A fellow that likes to do many things--outside of school . . . ice skating is one of his favorite outside activities . . . likes to swim on the summer vacation from school . . . often takes off to the woods to make like Daniel Boone . . . ioined our class in his sophomore year . . . has other things to do rather than go to school . . . work is not one of his favorite pastimes, either . . . Ray enioys riding around in cars or tearing them apart and rebuilding them again . . . wants to be a mechanic after "Sha" Commercial Shari was always kept busy . . . cheerleading at our games . . . presiding at the Student Council meetings . . . and playing two sports . . . don't know where she found the time or energy . . . her social time was never spent alone . . . a regular visitor at the hairdresser's . . . she dislikes conceited boys . . . had quiet a few things to talk about after her trip to Oklahoma . . . always managed to get a new dress for every dance . . . Shari would like to be a private secretary. SUSAN PATRICIA LEWIS usueu Serious and quiet till you get to know her . . . then watch out . . . enioyed that wild music during iazz club . . .was a member of our Spanish club . . . didn't like getting up in the morning, like many other of our classmates . . . disliked conceited people . . . helped keep the Red Cross Club going . . . spends a lot of her time with Laura and Pat . . . lucky enough to have a ride to and from school every da . . . following graduation Sue plans to attend comptometer school. PATRICIA F. LIPPIN iiwigii Her nickname certainly seems to fit her . . . has a different hair color every week . . . the fashion model of Morrisville High . . . helped to manage the business affairs of Chestnut Hill Dairy . . . hated those Mondays though . . . most of her pet peeves seem to center around boys . . . never enioyed doing those P.E. exer- cises . . . possesses the power to make people laugh . . . a Student Council rep- resentative . . . spends much of her time before a mirror . . . Pat would like to go to business school after graduation. General Commercial W SANDRA DIANA LODGE - "Sandy" General "PIease don't freeze it," that was what Sandy said during Home Ec. classes . . . always ready to listen or tell a good ioke . . . a faithful rooter for our football team . . . can always be seen with Peg, Carol, and the rest of the gang . . . where do you find those stories you tell in health? . . . member of Mr. Hutchison's chorus . . . seems to think homework and getting up early don't mix . . . after graduation her ambition is to work at Bell Telephone. DONALD W. LOHIN "Don" Academic A three-letter man . . . a real hard worker . . . when playing football he never gave up . . . made All County Honorable Mention for end . . . did a swell job on the baseball team . . . a whiz at Spanish . . . member of the Varsity Club . . . picked up the nickname "HiLo" from some of his friends . . . Don's pet peeve is talkative people . . . threw the shot in trackmeets . . . Don plans to attend college after graduation . . . he is sure to succeed at any career he chooses. 39 HKGDI1 KENN ETH H . MASCHAL Academic A real go-getter from way back . . . fishing is a favorite pastime of Ken's 4 . . . worked the record machine at our dances . . . considered a steady threat in the gym basketball games . . . a real sharp blade when it comes to ice skating . . . didn't seem to care for English class too much . . . could always get a better than average score in bowling . . . never managed to do home- work in the library . . . plans to ioin the Marines or Air Force after high school. uijerryn A senior who spent most of his time outside of school instead of in . . . he enioys both outdoor and indoor activities . . . hunting, swimming, and skat- ing are his outdoor activities . . . when he is unable to do these he goes bowling . . . Jerry just doesn't like to work . . . has a few special friends in the senior class . . . he feels that 8 o'clock is too early for classes to start . . . Jerry plans to enter the service after high school. JERRY MICHEAL MclNTYRE General f RUTH NllELE "Clancy" Commercial Ruth liked the cooking and eating in Home Ec. but dreaded that clean-up detail . . . seemed that Ruth got into trouble by writing shorthand . . . she was bothered by the fact that she didn't have any classes in D hall . . . why was that, Ruth? , . . came to Morrisville in her iunior year and quickly became a full-fledged member of the class . . . likes working behind the fountain at Kresge's . . . is that why they have so much business? . . . plans a secretarial career after graduation. LAWRENCE MAJOR NllTCHELl. "Pot" Technical Larry always seems to be doing something new . . . he is around whenever help is needed . . . likes outdoor sports . . . especially fishing . . . a steady member of the Student Council . . . it seems that English class is his main annoyance . . . went all out for the class candy sales . . . spent his free time either working on his car or at the bakery . . . speaks to anyone he sees . . . a boy who really likes to work . . . Larry plans to make a career in the Navy after graduation. I 0d""1'9 a if GEORGE R. MOUNT "Mooch" Academic Led the class meetings as president . . . really enioyed winning the Thanks- giving Game . . . was co-captain of the team . . . always seems to be asking for something to eat . . .could that be how you got your nickname, "Mooch?" . . . kept Clover Leaf Dairy busy . . . really had fun sorting the candy during the class sales? . . . can't bear cars that don't start in the winter . . . ran a mean race in track . . . could always be found in the midst of a crowd . . . George hopes to go to technical college after graduation. MICHEAL MRAZ "Elliot" Academic Elliot is known for his cool-headedness . . . took his studies seriously . . . chemistry didn't prove a problem to him . . . liked those lab periods the best . . . he likes music so much that in addition to being in the band and orchestra he started his own dance band . . . attained membership in the National Honor Society . . . as a member of the copy staff he was always able to write a good copy . . . Mike was also a captain of the yearbook ad committee . . . his future plan is becoming an Electrical Engineer. JOSEPH R. MURPHY "Joe" Genera- Was the clown of l2G . . .quite a poet . . . lust ask Mrs. Keller . . . kept in shape by walking down to Prior's corner every night . . . as popular among the boys as he is among the girls . . . was another good performer on the track team . . . kidded about his strong desire for tobacco . . . Joe was never bad to look at . . . if Joe was on your side in volleyball you were bound to win . . . the Navy will be getting another sailor when Joe graduates. 'K' CHARLOTTE CATHERINE MUTEK "Charlotte" Technical Had a knack for styling hair, I wonder why? . . . could be she took the beauty culture course at Tech . . . never seen without a big smile on her face . . . gets along well with everyone . . . never misses bingo on Wednesday nights . . . a proud member of The National Honor Society . . . doesn't get the family Buick too often . . . but really appreciates it when she does . . . didn't mind those few weeks at Tech. because of the good food . . . Charlotte's future plans seem to be in pin- curls. JOHN WAYNE NAGY "JOl'1nr1y" Technical . , . . , . . . QW' There isnt a thing, it seems, that Johnny doesnt like to do . . . enloys all the school sports . . . Johnny is the outdoors type . . . hunting, camping, and hiking are his favorites . . . we also know that he is quite an expert with the bow and arrow . . . he feels the Trenton police are prejudiced against Pennsylvania drivers . . . has a steady friendship with Bill . . . a courteous boy . . . John plans to go into the service and then on to a iob as a drafter. EDWINA J. OKUROWSKI "Winna" Academic Bouncy member of the cheerleading squad . . . one of our three-letter girls . . . played all varsity sports for three years . . . has a number of M's to prove this . . . the super-salesman of the candy sales . . . played clarinet for the band when she wasn't cheering . . . hey, "Winna," what's wrong with the food in the cafeteria? . . . don't know how she did it, but never went without a car . . . spent a lot of time sporting around with Mam . . . her future lies in a nursing career. Rf-xYMoND P. oLAFsoN "RaYH Academic In '- 3 Whenever Ray was around you'd have to be on .your guard . . . if you A r werent youd get zapped . . . played his trumpet in the band only half a year . . . the other half he was occupied with football practice . . . for two years he was on the varsity eleven . . . another senior boy who changed his attitude toward girls very suddenly . . . Ray always looked forward to those practices in the rain? . . . told Mrs. Hughes how he really felt about English class . . . Ray wants to become a doctor. 'N GLADYS U. PAXSON "Pax" Commercial Glady certainly had fun in gym class . . . even if she didn't play right . . . never one to beat around the bush . . . stands up for what she believes . . . she had trouble understanding those history questions . . . the tall, slender type . . . Glady hated waiting until the late lunch- to eat . . . her voice could be heard in the chorus . . . drives around in a blue Merc . . . always fussing with her hair . . . Glady's plans are uncertain after graduation. LORRAINE FRANCIS PHILLIPS "Rain" Academ If you hear laughter it will probably be because of something "Rain" said . . . kept the girls in stitches during P. E. classes . . . appeared that her gym locker was always a cause of amusement . . . played fullback on the varsity hockey team . . . led the volleyball team to many a victory . . . dislikes two-faced people . . . a member of chorus and Leaders Club for three years . . . has many long-time friends . . . complained about certain frozen foods . . . enjoys a good party . . . Lorraine plans to become a lab technician after graduation. ELVIRA MARIE PIRO "Pi" Academic President of the F.N.A. Club . . . can't understand why Mr. Gontar had so much trouble remembering her name and why Mrs. Hughes had so much trouble pro- nouncing it . . . gave up much of her time working as a nurse's aid at Mercer Hospital . . . the boys have quite a list of nicknames for "Pi" this year . . . enioyed lending her voice to the chorus on Thursdays . . . kept telling Miss Parsons there wasn't enough time for showers after P. E., but it didn't help . . . plans to wear a nurse's cap following graduation. MICHEAL RICHARD PODORIS "Mike" Commercial M An interesting and active colleague . . .' kept everyone guessing what he was going to do next . . . managed to attend most of the canteens . . . helped warm the road with his blue Ford . . . said the only thing he didn't like about school was the teachers . . . was extremely effective on the baseball team as a pitcher . . . a sharp shooter on the basketball court this year . . . really played the beatnik role with his "beard" . . . Mike is presently undecided about his future plans. CAROL READING "Carol" Technical This was Carol's first year at Technical school . . . didn't believe school f""" should ever be dull and did her best to keep it from getting that way . . . did you see that red flash? . . . could have been Carol in the family Ford . . . really kept Bill Skuse on his toes through the years . . . Shrimp and Lorraine are among Carol's new friends at Tech school . . . became quiet adept at tak- ing blood counts. . . plans to enter nurse's training after graduation. 43 GLEN RECH "Glen" General Glen is know throughout the school for his talent with strings . . . guitar strings that is . . . he provided many an enjoyable assembly for the students . . . works at Grant's after school hours . . . kidded about his residence in Grandview . . . seems to have a special influence on the owner of a blue "Chevy" . . . isn't that true, Glen? . . . after graduation from high school he will undoubtedly enter the services, voluntarily or unvoluntarily . . . played his guitar as a professional musician in one of Trenton's finest night clubs. JAMES ROBERT Rl LEY "Jim" Technical Jim is proof that good things come in small packages . . . his size wasn't a hinderance to his playing varsity football though . . . a pretty good hockey player too . . . as evidenced by the game between the boys and girls . . . Jim played on the school bowling team . . . seemed to have trouble getting his candy orders right . . . spent the spring afternoons practicing track at Capital View . . . after graduation from high school Jim plans to loin the Air Force. LEE DAVID ROCKAFELLOW "Rock" Academic A fella' with a perpetual smile . . . once Lee started to argue with Mrs. Hughes, that was the end of class for that day . . . tooted his trumpet in the band . . . a harrier on the cross-country team . . . showed his distance running ability in the mile on our track meets . . . "Rock" wasn't one for getting up for school . .'. never did know why there're such things as Spanish tests . . . can always come Zhou up with an argument . . . Lee plans to make doctoring his career. PATRICIA MARY ROGALSKI Pat" General Pat seems to enjoy driving and it's lucky because that is what she does most ofthe time . . . she's couldn't wait for that last bell to ring! . . t carried her own hairdressing equipment with her . . . Pat was one of the few girls who liked gym classes . . . ice skating and swimming are her favorite seasonal sports . . . she dislikes two-faced people . . . Pat would rather spend the morning hours sleeping than in classes . . . who wouldn't? . . . Pat plans to work after graduation: -qu-ruin' "Marie" A cheerful, hardworking senior . . . played violin in our orchestra . . . was honored by being chosen as a member of the county orchestra . . . a student council representative . . . took an active part in chorus . . . marched with our band as a colorguard . . . claimed her pet peeve was too much homework, especially on week-ends . . . worked on the editorial end of the yearbook staff . . . didn't like those boring classes . . . Marie plans to attend West Chester State Teachers College to maior in elementary education. "Carlos" A rough-and-tumble guy with a big smile . . . awarded a letter for his cross- country activities . . . was a volleyball champ in gym class . . . an up-and-coming tennis star . . . belongs to the M. Y. F .... kept his feet in shape at canteen . . . has the knack of winning badminton games . . . did you get your nickname from your enjoyment of Spanish classes? . . . we know different . . . trade school or unior college is among Carl's future plans . . . or possibly a stint in one of the armed services. ANDREW ALLEN SCHAFER "Spats" Academic Andy is known for his constant studying . . . received his "M" for baseball, a sport he is especially well adept in . . . has enormous coin and stamp collections . . . math class wasn't "Spats" favorite class . . . Andy is an avid sports fan . . . rarely missed a basketball game . . . often helped out at cross- country and track meets . . . accepted the nickname "Jellyroll" with good humor . . . an orator of Alpha Omega Club . . . Andy plans to go to a liberal arts college to prepare to be a lab technician. KA . IVAN SCHEPELENKO "Ivan" Technical Ivan was another of our Technical boys . . . had the needed steady hand to build model planes . . . has a whole collection of them . . . said his pet 3, peeve is Fords . . . why is that, Ivan? . . . it is certainly a strange dislike . . .N Q spent his vacation time fishing and swimming . . . has three years at Technical wry!! school where he studied electronics . . . this is the field he hopes to make wa... ,ff a career in after raduation. 9 ,'i.'i:g22.ggg1Z,', i "f12?732ig2::iiii:iis N- l MARIE SCHMITT Academic CARL BRUCE SHULL Academic ,. if? s ,kkk , Z i fm A 4ftg.?.P.4ifliii iEf. I . , 5 CLYDE vv. skusis "Bm" gp-N CAROL M. SLACK MARGUERITE DANIELLE SNllTH "Peggy" Commercial A regular soda jerk . . . was kept busy all the time . . . Peggy enjoyed trying out all the newest styles . . . lucky to have natural curly hair . . . likes to go to those Navy dances . . . could be found with Glady all the time . . . just loves those history classes? . . . an avid member of the chorus . . . had a hefty swing when playing volleyball . . . her pet peeve is people who are conceited . . . Peggy hopes to go to nursing school and become a nurse. RICHARD B. SMITH "Smitty" General Hear a roar? . . . that's Smitty on his motorcycle . . . centered the ball on the gridiron in his senior year . . . came home from football camp with "hun- dreds" of stories to tell . . . didn't relish those Saturday football practices . . . whenever hunting season was in, you could expect "Smitty" to be absent from school . . . had his own version of how history class should be run . . . lights out when "Smitty's" playing volleyball . . . Smitty doesn't have any definite plans for the future. Academic Noted for his side-splitting antics . . . often rewrote poetry to his liking and everyone else's, even the teachers . . . if you can't find Bill, look for "Higgs" or "Yogi" . . . is just wild about cars, Corvettes mainly . . . always had something to say in history . . . Bill could be seen at the track every day practicing for his event . . . he always knew a toad never had a jewel in its head . . . held a recording session last year with Tom . . . his future plans are to attend junior college. "Slither" Commercial A sharp gal by anyone's standard . . . look out-here she comes! . . . "Slith" ...gg never lets anything get dull . . . a girl who doesn't appreciate "big-timers" . . . played a hard game of hockey . . . hobbled around on crutches for awhile as a result . . . helped out with many money-making projects in Leaders Club . . . dis- 'Qt'--'P likes waiting for slow people . . . made sure the records were kept straight in Student Council as its secretary . . . enjoyed chorus singing . -. . her future plans include either secretarial work or night school study. 49 PATRICIA IRENE STAUB "Par" Technical Pat is well known for her individuality . . . never easily argued down . . . has a sense of humor to go with her forcefulness . . . if an extralhand is needed Pat is always willing . . . seems that hamburgers and french fries are her favorite meal . . . an active member of the student council . . . kept the tickets moving at the Greenwood . . . attended technical school in her senior year . . . Pat doesn't like to be kept waiting . . . after graduation she plans to work as a dental assistant. LAURA MARY STODDARD "Laura" General "Head for the gym!" . . . it is evident that gym was Laura's favorite class . . . enioyed Spanish club every Thursday . . . she and Judy often went swimming at ,gk the shore during the summer . . . seems to think that people who know it all are conceited . . . doesn't know why clocks around school go so slow . . . doesn't care much for our "Cadillac" school bus . . . goes to the "Y" dances Saturday nights . . . plans on getting married or ioining the WAVES after graduation. ff' g ,Ml .... Q Mak' 5' ' C BERT EDWIN STROMBERG, JR. "Bert" Academic - i n Bert's school years were full of many activities . . . participation in three r gl., sports took up most ofvhis time . . . Bert was kept busy by being treasurer of Student Council and a photographer for the yearbook . . . those Sunday drivers get on Bert's nerves . . . without Bert many of our classes would be unbearable . . . a real cut-up . . . got a lot of laughs by just being himself . . . his musical abilities were clearly shown in band and chorus . . . Bert's future lies in a college education. CARL A. SZU RA "Carl" Academic Participated in most school activities . . . a runner in both cross-country -- and track . . . one of the boys on the copy staff who put up with all the girls . . . ran the business affairs of the senior class efficiently as business manager . . . didn't seem to find that working and school work went together . . . those Sunday yearbook meetings didn't agree with him . . . can't stand to hear the word candy . . . was popular with some junior girls . . . Carl looks forward to becoming a biology teacher. JOHN FREDERICK TAYLOR "Johnny" Academic A sports enthusiast who has participated in many sports . . . co-captained our Bulldog eleven on which he played as a halfback . . . received quite a few comments, mainly teasing, about his size . . . representative for his homeroom to the Student Council for many years . . . rated first scholastically in the class . . . sent cinders flyin' when he ran the 220 in which he.eXcelled associate editor of the yearbook . . . an orator known for his way-out stories in Alpha Omega . . . college is in the future for John. EDWARD BRUCE THORN "Ed" Academic A neat dresser . . . kept track of the class's money during our iunior and senior years as treasurer . . . always drawing plans of his dream house . . . never too busy to have a good laugh . . . really got a kick out of Jule during Spanish class . . . added another male voice to the chorus . . . spent many free hours studying . . . no wonder he got such good marks . . . can't remem- ber when "Ed" didn't want to be a dentist . . . he plans to carry out this ambition following graduation. THOMAS D. THORN "Tom" General You can hear Tom coming a mile away . . . when he starts playing on his zanny car horn . . . its a wonder how he does it . . . performed with a hot trumpet in the band and orchestra . . . ran on the cross-country team and pole-vaulted . . . never able to keep his mind on what he's doing . . . Tom was another one who disliked waiting for dismissal from school . . . the stories he tells show his own individual style . . . after high school Tom plans to go to Industrial school. . 1 WILLIAM rHAcs if" F "Wilbur" Technical H Came to M. H. S. in his lunior year . . . that blond, curly hair reall, goes well with those blue eyes . . . played as fullback on our Varsity football team and has an interest in many other sports . . . known to many girls because of his teasing them . . . likes to tinker around with cars and says his is among the fastest in Morrisville . . . enioys making money and likes to spend it even more . . . after he is graduated Wilbur would like to enter the service and later obtain a position at R. C. A. ,M fj 17: .4 JUDITH C. TOZOUR "J udy" General Judy is one of the few senior girls who sports a dazzling diamond on her left hand . . . she enioys collecting the latest records . . . a great help to any volleyball 'team she's on in gym class . . . Judy iust doesn't like the winter . . flikes the summer because she can go boating . . . there are many who argree with her there . . . winces whenever anyone calls her Judith . . . wonder why? . . . Judy plans to become a bride after graduation . . .a noble profession. it BENJAMIN ANTHONY VACCA "Benny" Academic Only boy who doesn't care for the record he was named after . . . "Big Bad Ben" . . . inaugurated his senior year with a crew cut . . . why did Andy always keep him chuckling in health class? . . . said running the movie pro- iectors wasn't the most important thing he had to do this year . . . he cast another vote against history homework . . . a generous senior who never offended anyone . . . gave everyone a ride in his new Valiant . . . Benny intends to go to college and study civil engineering. c Y? J F12 NATALIE CARMEN VALERIANO "Nat" Comme-rcial Not every class has a Pocahontas like ours . . . often found herself saying: "Iay off the hair, it's real" . . . makes friends easily and is a real nut when you get to know her . . . claimed she never studied bookkeeping, but always man- aged to get her "A" . . . developed her talent as a Thespian in the drama club . . . could be found any day in the box office at the Lincoln . . . English grammar was Nat's biggest headache . . . Nat hasn't decided whether she will work or go on to further studies after graduation. ROBERT JOSEPH VOGLER "Pumpkin" Academic The orator of theclass . . . took the time to learn the fundamentals in dramatics club . . . now uses German like his native tongue . . . rated on top as a tennis player, though he never defeated the "Jeep" . . . learned about salesmanship by working at Lits . . . often sings the praises of V.M.l .... has the most unusual nickname . . . Bob keeps wondering which profession is safer, government work or working as a teacher . . .' college is included among his future plans. F , . T '4-M s, CONNIE RUBYE WALTERSDORFF "Connie" Commercial Connie marched in The band as a colorguard for the past few years . . . always claimed she was never out of step? . . . shared The work as one of the business managers of the yearbook . . . did a Terrific iob as secretary of the-class . . . said she could have done without the history homework this year . . . earned member- ? . ship in the National Honor Society . . . Kresge's would never be quite The same without Connie . . . a secretarial course at Rider is Connie's future plan. ROBERT NEAL WILLIS, JR. "Jeep" Academic Came to Morrisville in our iunior year and quickly became popular . . . noted for 5 his mathematical genius . . . got math problems done almost as fast as an IBM A computer . . . was an able hitter on the baseball team . . . snatched many passes out of the air as an end on the football team . . . gave interesting speeches at Alpha Omega . . . how did you get your nickname, "Jeep" . . . doesn't like iuniors . . . Bob plans to attend college in order to 'become an engineer. JEFFREY ELLIOTT WOOD "Woody" Academic Jeff certainly had many things to talk about after his year abroad . . . was a star performer on the football squad . . . helped The team To victory in the Thanksgiving game . . . took an active part in Alpha Omega meetings. . . . became a member of the National Honor Society while attending school in Germany. . . seemed to have a saying for every day . . . it's not hard to guess how Jeff got his nickname . . . had a little influence on the vice-principal . . . a college education is Jeff's future. ll ' ll Bill WlLLlAM PAUL WOODWARD General A well-rounded individual . . . enioys gun handling and hunting . . . cuts up a rug dancing . . . always makes the bowling ball bounce a few times at the alleys . . . handled a basketball like it was made for him . . . knows enough about speed boats To race Them . . . keeps his car looking and running smoothly . . . wondered why he Took shop . . . didn't seem to enjoy history class or homework either . . . plans to ioin the service and then work as a contractor 50 MARION LOUISE WOYTKO "Marion" Commercial A snappy maiorette for our high school band . . . M.arion's one of the few true blondes . . . always enioys laughing and having a good time . . . can't remember when she didn't have car Trouble . . . could it be overloading . . . held her own dancing classes in Home Economics . . . that's certainly the way to enioy classes . . . was a member of the elite Monday B-12 study hall . . . kept wondering how anyone could get a good mark in history . . . Marion plans to go to work following graduation. CHARLES KENNETH YOUNG "Ken" Academic A serious senior . . . took a lot of teasing but never let it bother him . . . kept the bass drum in operation for the band . . . used up his spare time playing in- struments such as the drums and tympany . . . president of the M. Y. F .... held the percussion section of the concert band together . . . macle use of his vocal ability in chorus . . . about the only person in chemistry class who knew what he was doing . . . Ken would like to become an analytical chemist. GEORGE MICHEAL ZSOLNAY "George" Academic George co-captained our cross-country team . . . has a friendly attitude toward everyone . . . a good way to make many friends . . . played on the baseball and track teams . . . George only said something when it was important . . . usually found with Carl or Benny . . . liked those mechanical drawing classes . . . could often be found talking with Mr. Thomas about track . . . George wants to become a mechanical technician after graduation. Sl They Jvgcarmlizce Iuur' Efimfccblrlfs Left to right: E. Thorn, S. Conturso, G. Mount, C. Waltersdorff, C. Szura. 191612 Class Uffimrs PRESIDENT .,,,,,,,., .....,..,,,,. G EORGE MOUNT VICE-PRESIDENT ,,,,,, -E .,.,.,., SHARON CGNTURSO SECRETARY ,.,,,,. .,..,.. CONNIE WALTERSDORFF TREASURER S,EvE,,,...,,.,,,, .,.,,,,E,E.,.E, E DWARD THORN BUSINESS MANAGER E .... .,..,A C ARL SZURA BEST ALL-AROUND Bonnie Anderson George Mount CETITITICODIF' MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sharon Conturso Peter Johnson CLASS CUT U gs K s P MOST TALENTED Pat Lenox Walter Hartel BEST LOOKING Barbara Bucknum Bill Frye Carol Slack Clyde Skuse BEST ATHLETE Edwrna Okurowskl Don Lohin COPY STAFF PHOTO STAFF 0 -l ill Sitting, left to right: Carl Szura, Sharon Conturso. Standing, left to right: Mike Mraz, Edwina Okurows- ki, Barb Bucknum, Juliette Colan- gelo. PROCESSING STAFF From left to right: Carol Bradley, Audrey Bilheimer, Marie Schmitt, Shari Landis. 54 From left to right: Bert Stromberg, Arleta Butterworth, Bruce Gerber. ADVISOR: Mr. Schultz BUSINESS STAFF From left to right, sitting: Pat Lenox, Connie Waltersdorff. Standing: Carol Slack, Mary Ann Johnson, Judy Koons, Mike Mraz, Charlotte Mutek, Diane Elmer. That llbs ver Our yearbook staff fin- ally has a chance to heave a sigh and take a look at all it has done. The different staff mem' bers worked separately in an over-all drive to com- plete our yearbook. This is, then, the first opportunity of the entire staff to see how the various activities of the members tie in to- gether. No one on the yearbook staff will ever forget the helter-skelter c h a s i n g around or the times when a deadline seemed im- possible to meet. Yet, for all this we wouloln't have given it up for the world. Now, as we view our fin- ished proiect, we are glad that we have had a part in producing another ann- ual yearbook for all to en- iOY- llilulitoratll Ska From left to right: John Taylor, Pete Johnson From left to right, sitting: Arleta Butterworth, Sharon Conturso, Juliette Colangelo, Marie Schmitt. Standing: Bert Stromberg, Barbara Bucknum John Taylor, Eclwina Okurowski, Pete Johnson, Shari Landis, Carl Szura, Connie Waltersdorff, Mike Mraz. paw WM ' my Lalfueu' ,V Maw W., wwf' A' , 'S A. , C w .M I .1-.,,. V V I is ' U" .M 4' ,. -V '- f-': -.3 ,. . U n V , -' . 1 M 2 s ' .f 4' 4 A W 1 ' 6' A W 1 . ' . , '- ' ' -' , ' ..v"' ,,,.J',,gy, I n - ' X My ,W X, -1 . ryiv.-Ang f--rax41-'U' .na .1 ' 9.17 'A?i"4?5 "KF"x -sea wr mam From left ro righf, row 7: J. Brodecki, G. Carnes, J. Burger, R. Beadle, M. L. Ashmore, S. Burns, C. Dry, B. Davis, C. Bogdon. Row 2: G. Doan, A. Carr, T. Carter, A. Cunningham, A. Dameron, K. Baird, S. Arnerine, V. Calabro, E. -Dobson, Row 3: B. Case, D. Chewning, M. Codd, D. Cobie, R. Bailey, B. Allshouse, S. Araliis, B. Burke, R. Coweii. QEHSS CCD From left to right, row if H. Hughes, R. Manzek, S. Laypo, F. Fisher, L. Kirchhoffer, J. Mordock, L. Kearns, D. Lenox, D. Krause. Row 2: K. Hivicdko, S. Jerome, A. Kinney, T. Hadorn, P. Mattias, K. Miksitz, K. Mcllvaine, N. Kovacs. Row 3: B. Mraz, R. Hoffman, D. Holveck, B. Koyen, M. L. Haley, S. Meloney, R. Napoleon, H. Glosser, E. Fischer. From left to right, row l: C. Scheidemantel, H. Surdy D. Stabinsky, P. Stoddard, R. Samsel, J. Stadler, L. Ossmann, K. Rosati, M. Newman Row KZ: K. Worthington, B. Zaborowsky, S. Okurowski, J. Namey, J. Rigby, M. Perk, J. Widman, N. Tyndale. Row 3: R. Wienckoski, C. Roberts E. Shaginaw, R. Onotri, S. Snedeker, R. Napoleon, A. Softley, S. Tarr. Row 4: J. Schwarz, T. Sinclair, J. Smolinski, F. Shull, A. Owen, J. Peterson From left to right, row l: C. Mutek, L. Moser, M. Maier, S. Peterson, P. McCarthy, M. A. Weaver, J. DeLay, C. Reading, Row 2: E. Gardner, J. Cronon, A. Calabro, J. Riley, B. Lontz, T. Baldwin, T. Byrne, H. Wilmot. l x .x Q 'ii 1. .J L52 - -ip.-f :- rx, - N-si From letf to right, row 7: l. Antoniw, J. Carter, J. Gerard, D. Bunda, M. Disler, K. Anderson, G. Doster, J. Bottoms, K. Byrne. Row 2: M. Bentz, B. Cunningham, R. Conturso, J. Burgess, B. Fabian, H. Barker, D. Bloodsworth, W. Albee, B. Beck, W. Chapman. Row 3: R. Frick, C. Fischer, M. A. Carter, D. Bills, M. L. Anderson, C. Franklin, C. Andrews, C. Carney, J. Cicco. 1 QERSS COD From left to right, row l: C. Hughes, N. Magill, N. Haines, P, Lukaszow, B. Houser, D. Loch, N. Macikanycz, S. McClister, B. Horvath. Row 2: J. Kefner, A. Krier, C. Hall, B. Manzek, J. Hunt, J. Ludwig, C. Hayes, M. Martin, F. Kincel. Row 3: Pat Broderick, J. Harrold, A. Hague, W. Maferacky, B. Mason, J. Harper, D. Hopkins, J. Loss. Row 4: J. Groves, R. Mattis, K. Haas, D. Hunger, P. Klemmer, L. Hopper, R. Marshall. W- . - - , M-gi . . wrwmwsawfxss . From left to right: J. Tettemer, J. Newmann, K. Smith, M. Wienckoski, G. Steinbeiser, E. Pinckard, J. Nirshl, R. Sultzback, R. O'Brien. Row 2: M. McDevitt, B. Reading, J. McGarity, N. Potocki, E. McDonald, A. Robinson, K. Rogers, C. Tyndale, J. Rogalski. Row 3: K. Pinto, T. Straszyn- ski, G. Poland, D. Plalton, V. Suppers, J. Moore, K. Solan, M. Stoddard, R. Yates. Row 4: W. Temple, T. Mills, R. Rud, F. Noonan. 94614 . From left to right, row 1: D. Goldenbaum, A. Horvath, D. Zurachiwsky, M. Maier, E. Bilheimer, A. Allison, A. Schepelenko. Row 2: V. Luciano J. Busche, C. Baugh, R. Tanicello, W. Tkacs, J. McGuigan, l. Schepelenko, L. Mitchell. T... .. , .. f .N H, ,,,, ,-, M an W, . ,M Q A.,A W A1 Q. an a In 8 2 .A A. ,M , 53 , ,x I P My 3 Life. ij? gZZi'?'f2kI:?f2is5Q, 'K frjaigtzai, Q. jik- f my ,wwf f From left to right, row l: C. Deacon, A. Comfort, L. Bodine, W. Alborn, A. Comfort, R. Cunningham, C. Custer, B. Burgess, J. Burgner. Row 2: V. Bennett, D. Cowell, A. Campanelli, J. Conturso, N. Calabro, V. Dayton, R. Cronon, B. Anfrobus, J. Adams. Row 3: S. Brown, S. Balonis, C. Cook, D. Crisp, J. Albright, G. Chewning, P. Brilla, C. Bruden, G. Barta. QEHSS CCD From left to right, row l: D. Hall, J. Kearns, N. Krier, D. Kennedy, A. Johnson, L. Larison, P. Ford, D. Lehman, N. Koons. Row 2: P. Kusnerick, P. Gaskill, D. 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During his sopho- more year at Kutzown State College, he was named to Pennsylvania's All- State Teacher's College squad. He was assisted by Mr. Hatrak and Mr. Landis, also in their first seasons at Morris- ville. The team always gave its opponents challenging competition. With its hard- hitting spirit it never gave up until it too tasted victory. Morrisville player snatches pass. Morrisville back bucks the line. . 4 Z, First row: H. Mount, J. Carfer, D. Lolwin, R. Willis, C Scullin. Row 2: D. Holvcck, R. Bailey, D. Jackson, J. Ri VV. Fabian, C. Fischer, J. Groves, VV, Temple, D. Hung COACH KYLE VARSITY FOOTBALL . Habel, J. Haylof, J. Cappiello, G. Nloum, R. Smith, R. Olafson, J. Wood, C. Jurey, J ley, D. Krause, T. Baldwin, R. Rud, T, Byrne. Row 3: C. Lontz, J. Nlordock, G. Poland er, A. Calabro. COACH HATRAK COACH LANDIS CO-CAPTAIN JOE 72 CO-CAPTAIN GEORGE CO-CAPTAIN JOHN QXSv,v, SQ YL. 53 W-F , -wr :rr ' H5 ' 3313 V iii! ,W X L 4131, 9 W ai? 'f EZ 4 wf iv ., ,gg Q :,,,,,,if?' ,N gaps . ,ig , 23'fx3?:z MM 5, iff ,,,' fzf. 1 X V AME ,A,L . W-,H-W in ?.,A Y wig , ,jfx M as iw QWQ, 'N ' . ,em 1 21 53520 .55 ii , My 1, 2 mil, W. A 03 , N Y 31' J MQW - f WL... ,f,.v AL. W.ff.,..3 s ' me 2 :,,. , ff S' an fe H 1 eb wr BARB ARLETA LINDA DIANE BEV M alptfaulims eat, yalw Signal To the girls, school never really got under way until the announce- ment, "all candidates for hockey, please report." Then came the feel- ings of expectation and excitement. Preparations vvere made by every hockey applicant to put forth ex- tra effort to last out those first try- ing weeks and earn a place on the team. Although the varsity team wasn't the league champion, the games that it did vvin meant iust as much. The iunior varsity won the well- deserved championship in its di- vision. Hockey positions are filled by different players each year, but the practices, pre-game nervousness, and ioy of victory, never change. 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O 9 lx tilt The girls started from scratch, but under the coach- ing of Miss Anne Parsons they built up a well balanced team in spite of losing some heart breakers. They devoted much of their time and energy to be on the team, whether in after- noon practices or running up and down the basketball court during a game. BONNIE CO-CAPTAIN ARLETA BEV EDVVINA X ,JVM sank MISS PARSONS lliia f-- WH' Hs 'QS W'-gl" 2.4 M ,xi 1. ??f""+ mi is A ,vyv A I STJYGMW 3: gg, Q .,xA , x Mi , , in gm? 4 f W , 1 H, W J 5 in 3 3 I ti Iwi ! ti 6 3 fi 1,15 i ...fm Mf.fw "Q -WW W i, qi 5, , 5 5' I I 1' in Z- V VA V Vgig YM V dx A M '1 A -... 1' mf ' It J -K G Ali. A ' i g E Xlfwef mf? f hd wi V Y Wm mu quit, M HZ? . V L fm ."' L ' A ' If J-'lea N! - RLx' 4 XM MM: BEV FRAN ARLETA N..-A ,, Winning halitime score inspires cheerleaders SHARI EDWINA SUE SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS First row, left fo right: D. Elmer, B. Bucknum, A. Butterworth, S. Okurowski, E. Okurowski, F. Fischer, B. Harris, S. Landis. Mlliilgllilif Team -- Fightlw What would a varsity game be without our cheerleaders? No matter how hard their job they are always peppy and ready to cheer our teams on. Cheerleading was especially meaningful to some seniors who have been cheering together since iunior high. we xi L JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS clockwise from bottom: S. Brown L. Nagy D. Gasper A. Colangelo D. Gargan R. Harris L. Cappiello B. Beadle 83 JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM First row: B. Greiner, J. Merrill, D. Petryszak, R. Wiedenhaefer, B. Jackson, T. Sullivan, P. Orazi, D. Thomas, S. Williams, J. Frye Second row B. Fenimore, R. Reso, B. Gargan, M. DeMario, J. Adams, C. Ossman, B. DeMario, D. Piscopo. Third row: C. Weaver, S, Buckley G Barta B Foulke, D. Wilson, W. Dyer, J. Clay, P. Brilla. mallarlle to anrlsllify omrnpeflltflloin Our junior high Teams faced many teams of larger iunior high schools, and held their own with each. Our Teams had a hard-hitting, always-fighting spirit which enabled them to bounce back when behind. This spirit was The result of many longs hard practices and of our excellent coaching staff. Some games were lust as Thrilling as senior high contests and every junior player is anticipating a varsity position. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM First row: S. Williams, J. Keegan, J. Clay, C. Ossman, R. Bennett, B. Fenimore, P. Gargan, R. Orazi, R. Wiedenhaefer, J Swope N Calabro, D. Thomas, T. Tootell, T. Sullivan, C. Hughes. Row 3: P. Wiedenhaefer, T. Swope, P, Brilla, N. Krier, B. Wylie, G. Chewmng P Bald WII'1. 1 ar 1 nt am im:ma 'ws1mawtV91f'l. x1f,s1:21msan. sm am fame 1 -12 a runnin . . . - Q if Q ? , it Q5 6, QW . 5-"6 ccfkfivitfices Activitiss I'1QiVi1i PS lim uw, ff 1 iww if 4 M, .,,..... , L I 1 1 ' ' -"'K'vf'3H-v-m.1f?i?5.y1-v-T,1 onffnws mmnns ja' A M .,,,w f""M ,, ,' nf' -nm 1, W' fm ,,... ' . 'nwy-Q.-.f+,M.M,,. ,M ,mm CW The Morrisville High School band and orchestra participate in many activities in the school and the community. Assembly wouldn't seem like assembly without our orchestra playing from its well-established repertoire. The orchestra begins gradua- tion exercises with "Pomp and Circum- stances" and ends them with a reces- sional. At football games the band arouses the spirit of Morrisville fans, and during half-time it entertains the fans with intricate marching and fast-stepping routines. Immediately following football season the bancl goes into practice for its annual spring concert. , . 4 2 as s cz s The 9 WiY'1!W339lWTW!lilQ!M2Wl 'ffl Olllllfllilll ojlll ,sm W K, ,ii , WWF!!! XSSSIISIYIYIUHWEWQKHBHII I Q' ,fi 1 1 K? f- f IULSTLCC KWEMQEYSEHSHSBHEHT 3i5SBEliTllflEllli? .-,.q !lQU55Y3iI!il!liKYK!iK BAND g f - -. ui' E. First row: L. Cart, B. Anderson, M. Schmitt, H. Glosser, D. Bills, A. Allison, D. Sultzbach, K. Sloan, K. Rosati, M. Maier, M. Woytko, D. Slack, J. Brodecki, C. Waltersdorff, L. Kirchhoffer, N. Kovacs. Second row: R. Girton, J. Busche, R. Weber, D. McClees, M. Codd, N. Calabro, T. Williams, J. Ferman, J. Burgess, B. Beck, G. Barber, L. Rockafellow, C. Szura, T. Thorn, J. Clay. Third row: K. Young, D. Chewning, A. Owen, J. Burger, M. Bentz, A. Shutt, M. Frick, B. Beadle,'B. Antrobus, V. Calabro, E. Codd, B. Frye, D. Kaugher, B. Stromberg. Fourth row: N. Magill, J. Moore, P. Lenox, J. McGarity, R. Beadle, J. Nirshl, J. Bottoms, K. Anderson, R. Patterson, R. Mraz, T. Brodecki, W. Allshouse. Fifth row: Mr. Hutchison, P. Lukaszow, S. Jerome, M. Mraz, W. Hartel, G. Roman, D. White, J. Onofri. ORCHESTRA: First row: E. Dobson, M. Schmitt, C. Waltersdorff, J. Moore, M. A. Frick, J. Burger B. Allshouse, T. Thorn. Second row: R. Beadle, J McGarity, R. Mraz, M. Mraz, V. Calabro, E. Codd, B. Beadle, J. Onofri, S. Scheidemantel, D. Chewn- ing, M. Codd, R. Girton. Third row: N. Magill, W Hartel, H. Glosser, K. Young. I 5 L . 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Meyers, M. Mannon, P. Onofri, Second row: D. Fausey, B. Yates, N. Adams, M. Wilmot, B. Antrobus, N. Koons, B. Jones, D. Yeager, R. Piscopo, D. Widmann, B. Tarr, M. Lucuski, K. Zelenak, C. Mitchell, M. Talevi, A. Colangelo, A. Johnson. Third row: V. Bennett, J. Wood, M. Traub, B. Borden, R. Harris, P. Orazi, J. Judy, D. McClees, D. Slack, F. Axelrod, M. Kaugher, L. Deis, G. Rossi, C. Deacon, P. Kusnerick, L. Bryce. Fourth row: S. Miller, L. Wakefield, A. Lubach, E. Burgess, J. Burger, S. Lasky, D. Patterson, R. Dayton, J. Hillman, B. Noonan, A. Comfort, L. Cappiello, D. Gailey, M. Alexander, C. Willis, J. Apgar. Fifth row: R. Foose, D. Sultzbach, B. Mate, N. Magee, C. Scheidemantel, M. Lucash, J. Onofri, B. Beadle, A. Hulse, C. Kramer, N. Mohr, C. Fischer, N. Rud, M. Stromberg, M. Magee, M. Frick, K. Nolan. 4' Q W Qs 5 Q ,4-'Q ' Q S2 ex M E SS SS 'Q 'Els' V. :a gif' ,E 3 W5 6, f- V,,. lg f A M W A N " , if 6 'V , H1 I M ,Q ,Q 5 .... 1 I I . , F 1? KI ':Q: . 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Aotiviiy iglhlliglhlls These varied clubs, Ballroom Dancing, Dramatics, Art, Display, Gymnastics, and others, meet and develop the interests of the students. They also represent another aspect of our school life. "Cha-cha Cha-cha-cha" 53--mi alan L 12525 f i l' , M-4, 05 559' fiwffg w ish W 5 ' ' 5 W QQ k W 5 yzfgqi Q 55? V :Wk we-1, ei 96 Q 1 ' Y :a f My 'V 911 ..,, ,"- - Y - fx V,-- 5 Q A .' U-gn elfixf l 1 E 1 , I X ,, iq . YN Qimfsim B1 Q45 ff' V Wh Wa-, Wk.k in Q U4 , fi ff ff 5 4 Compliments of VULCANIZED RUBBER AND PLASTICS COMPANY NEW YORK, N Y MORRISVILLE PA PHONE CY 5-7648 HI-HAT DINER Resfauranf and Cocldail Lounge Schogl and Qffice Ca+ering lo Banquels ancl Parhes Supplies RALPH Roufe l l8'20 E' BRlDGE ST' MARY Fallsingfon, Pa Morrisville, Pa. FRANCES CYP"e55 53874 Owners EX 3-238l Esfablished l9l0 HERMAN SACKIN CO. Fine Furnifure Compllmenis Rugs Bedding of ERNEST SACKIN A 206 S. Broad S+. TRENTON 9, N. J. G. E. Appliances J. P. CUNNINGHAM HARDWARE 522 N. 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Commercial PrinI'ers Trenion, New Jersey HORACE E. HUNT EX 4-3803 I9-2I Chambers S+. Morrisville, Pa. SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Barb. - CAPTAIN Diane - CO-CAPTAIN gev Shari Edwina Sue ArIeI'a Franie MASCOT - Jane Be Wise Buy WISE POTATO CHIPS -See Your Corner Grocer- I07 IIEITIIIII IlIlS J N mmmc -""- Com le+e Heahn and Fuel Oil Service - p ' g Sheel' Me'ral Producfs Made Io Order Q Air Condifioning Phone lo4 w. BRIDGE sr. N- +,+ Ph CYpfess 5-2114 MORRISVILLE, PA. Qli'p,eSS EE5339 CYpress 5-3044 CYpress 5-3850 PISCOP0 BROS. "Bear" Frame and Wheel Alignmeni' Body and Fender Repairing - Pain+ing -Glass Day and Nighf Service, 24-Hour Towing WRIGHT AND HALL AVENUES MORRISVILLE, PA. Official Garage for KEYSTONE INSURANCE AND MOTOR CLUB OF AMERICA HERMITAGE PRESS, INC. I239 Parkway Ave. W. Tren'ron, N. J. A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE TUxedo 2-3600 STILWELL'S SOFT DRINK DISTRIBUTORS 598 Benfon Lane Phone CYpress 5-3254 Grandview Esfafes Morrisville, Pa. I08 COUNTRY BOARDING Healed Kennels-Air Condilioning Individual Oufsicle Runs Bafhing-Clipping-Grooming Greal Dane and Boxer Puppies FuIl Line of Dog Food and Canine Accessories MACKENSEN KENNELS HY 3-275l READING AVE. YARDLEY. PA. WILLIAM I. MURPHY Funeral Home 4l Wesl' Trenfon Ave. Morrisville PHONE CY 5-7922 STAG VILLAGE Cuslom Ca binels CARL S. MERSHON 57 N. Delmorr Ave. Morrisville, Pa. CY 5-7805 PHONE EXf6-35I4 CHARLES' BEAUTY SHOP 27 N. Pa. Ave. Morrisville, Pa. PHONE CY 5-5784 CARL J. GOELLER Florist Flowers Telegraphed 530 Hamillon Ave. TRENTON. N. J. Plumbing and Healing JAMES A. ANTROBUS 426 N. Pennsylvania Ave. MORRISVILLE, PA. Call CY 5-347I for Service ancl lnsfallalion NOVAK'S GROCERY STORE I2 Melvin Ave. MORRISVILLE, PENNA. I09 O lynn lammer THE SHOPPING CENTER. MORRISVILLE, PA. The Finesi in Ladies Sporlswear for Campus and Career Girls Goodyear Pliofoam Cushions 'For 'l'he Home Lei' us re-fill your davenporl' and easy chair cushions. They will loolc like new and give maximum comfort PHONE CY 5-4I I6 FOR PRICES You'Il Be Surprised a+ 'l'he Low Cos+. AIRTEX PRODUCTS l05 Easl' Bridge Sfreef Morrisville, Pa. PEN N VALLEY CONSTRUCTORS MAIN OFFICE 20 Norfh Pennsylvania Ave. Morrisville, Pennsylvania Telephone: CY 5-744I Builders ' Designers ' Financiers JOE'S TOMATO PI ES Pizza Drive-In Window EXporl 3-3945 Your Order Will Be Ready. Compliments of RICKERT NURSERIES Chevrolei Sales and Service FORCE 81 STANTON SIMPSON Beverage DisI'ribu'Iors MORRISVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 222 E. BRIDGE SI., MorrisviIIe, Pa. OK" Guaranieed Used Cars Morrisville and Trenfon Calls CY 5-7 I 84 CongraI'uIa+ions To The Class of I962 From BASEBALL AUXILIARY BOWLING LEAGUE Complimenfs CAMERA SHOP of Morrisville MORRI SVI LLE rfBoRpr5?3lLCfEfIfl. ou- C0- CY 5-9I54 Do II' Yourself Foam Rubber for All Purposes CHAIR CUSHIONS PILLOWS MATTRESSES FACTORY sALEsRooM CARTEX CCRPORATION I Mile Soufh of Rouie No. I3 MorrIsviIIe, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF FAIRLESS WORKS CENTRAL OPERATIONS United States Steel Corporation C K Vs- A Y X4 r .rj C' V' SINCE lim IBB9 'vt' KERNS BEVERAGES Fine Nafural Flavors DELAWARE VALLEY FARMS Growers--Packers-Shippers R. D. JH Newfown-Washingion Crossing Road NEWTOWN. PENNA. WO 8-380I-SK 7-6944 ME -248I PROPRIETORS: Thomas Ferri and Angelo C. Ferri DESIGN FOR VISION Complimenis I NC. of Opficians Morrisville Shopping CenI'er CY 5-9000 see ' OXFORD BOYS SHOP I2O S. Broad S+. Trenfon I0, N. J. For Ihe Greafesi- SeIecI'ion of Boys' and Young Men's Clofhing. FREE PARKING-FREE DELIVERY I I4 Snack or Meal Our Own Ice Cream CLOVER LEAF DAIRY BAR 848 S. Penna. Ave. PHONE CY 5-7806 GREENLEE AND SONS Con'IracI'ors Excavafing and Grading Trucking 64 HARRISON AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA. BEN'S DEL CY 5-576I I2 Washingfon S+. Genuine I+aIian Hoagies 30 CoId CuI's Impor+ed Delicacies OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PENN DRUGS CY 5-9777 R. H. WHITE, BSC., Prop. Free Delivery PRESCRIPTIONS TOYS FOUNTAIN DRUGS COSMETICS 8I3 W. Trenion Ave. CY 5-9330 CongraI'uIaI'ions MICHAEL JR. and MARGARET SAYKO MARGIE'S FLOWER SHOP . . Flowers for All Occasions Mob.. Servlce Center F.T.D. MEMBER W. TrenI'on Ave. Flowers Wired Anywhere Morrisville' Pa' 27 E. BRIDGE sr. MORRISVILLE, PA. PHONE CY 5-9255 IIS THE MORRISVILLE BANK "The Friendly Bank" 2 Easf Bridge S+. and 53 Morrisville Shopping Cenfer MORRISVILLE, PA. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT lNsuRANcE coRPoRATloN MORRISVILLE LIONS CLUB 625 XSNNATIOP MORRISVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA MORRISVILLE ROTARY CLUB wgokgf XJ MORRISVILLE PENNSYLVANIA H1 'F I Beaufy Care for Ihe Discriminafing Woman PHONE cv 5-4947 RAYMOND 84 JOSEPH BEAUTY SALON 8I7 Wes? Trenfon Ave. SpeciaIis+s in Hair Shaping Sfyling and Permanen+ Waving Complimenis of ROSS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION 3I2 SouI'I1 Broad S+. Trenfon IO, New Jersey DELAWARE VALLEY TRACTOR SALES SIO W. Bridge S+. Morrisville, Penna. Complimenfs of BARRETTS NURSERY River Road Tren'I'on, N. J. II7 Compliments of THE ROBERTSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY MORRISVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA Manufaciurers of ceramic wall and floor Tile, abrasive grinding wheels and segmerfrs. DOROTHY LEE FLOWER SHOP Edgewood and Murray S+. TRENTON, N. J. RICHARD R. DOYLE JR. Insurance-Bonds 20 No. Penna. Ave. Morrisville, Pa. CY 5-IIO0 Complimenfs of S. S. KRESGE CO 45 Morrisville Shopping Cenier PHONE CY 5-9804 HOURS 7:00 A.M. Io I0 P.M. MORRISVILLE ESSO SERVICE CENTER I06 Tren'I'on Ave. Morrisville, Pa. -JOE DAVIS Complimenls of CAPITAL VIEW BARBER SHOP 50I No. Penna. Ave. Morrisville, Pa. MORRISVILLE DELICATESSEN I5 Eas+ Bridge S+. Morrisville, Pa. EL CON DADO We Carer To- Weddings, BanqueI's, ParI'ies Dining and Dancing NigI1'I'Iy Coal Oil Burner Service Fuel Oil PENN-J ERSEY COAL COMPANY Chambers Sfreel' ai' Delmorr Avenue Morrisville, Pa. Phones-Morrisville CY 5-7955 Tren'l'on EX 4-I36I CARTER'S MOBIL SERVICE "RAY" CARTER-Prop. Sou'I'l1 Penna. Ave. - CY 5-9936 MORRISVILLE, PA. "Service Is Our Only Business" MANFRED MCDEVITT RECW5 BRIDGE GRILL Builder and Con'rrac+or I Phila. Ave. MORRISVILLE, PA. 264 BARNSLEY AVE. MORRISVILLE, PENNA. Wm' G' Rach' Mg' TREVOSE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Trenfon ancl Pennsylvania Avenues Morrisville, Pa. CYpress 5-4I 2I WHERE THRIFTY PEOPLE .153 . ,wing 44, "AQ Mt f s Ffuwmd E? 2 INSURED ififli' 4 4 'B OUR 48I'l1 YEAR Assefs Over S23,000.000.00 51, Dlvfo 6' 4- 3' Insured Savings Morigages .ae ev Q 6 ANN HOME OFFICE: TREVOSE, PA. "Bucks Coun+y's Original Insured Associalion Serving Delaware Valley, U.S.A." Bes'I' of Luck +o +he Class of I962 For +I1e Fines+ Milk and Dairy Producfs PLUS Service You Will Appreciale, Try CLOVER LEAF DAIRY 850 SO. PENNA. AVE. MORRISVILLE, PA. 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