Mount Jewett High School - Magician Yearbook (Mount Jewett, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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Index The Title Page Editoral Dedication Board of Education Faculty Principal's Message SENIORS Senior Class History Magician Staff Senior Prophecy Seniors Senior Personalities Senior Class N111 UVDERFIASSNPN Class of 1932 Juniors Class of 1953 Sonhomores lass of 1991+ rreshnen School Songs GWAD SCHOOL Fi hth Grade and Seventh Grade Sixth Graie and Ilfth Crade Fourth G ade and Thlrd Grade Second Grade and Fi st Grade BASKPTBALL Varslty and Junior Varsity m m Varsitj Indlvlduals Cheerleaders MUSIC Band Chorus School Movies ACTIVIPIFS F1 I Tri U1 Y The Senior lass Play Whirlwind Staff Typing Club Snapshots AUVPRTIQVMENTS Snapshots Autograph Pages ONXIL CD4 t.. 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You have attalned one of the d63lP1b16 goals of Jour life--hivh school graduatlon Tae people of this community and of this state have waie tnls oppo tunlty avallable to you Your teache-s have tried to helo in many different ways Uhat you have wade of this opoortunlty has depended upon you and your desire to succeed Your future success will also deoend upon the way that you wake use - liEe's opoortunities The members of the school board are oleased to comnend you upon your graduation and to offer their best wishes for future success and happiness. Walter Swanson, President Eugene Conn, Vice President William Malone, Secretary Dr. L. R. Cupp Frank Stalker Jerome N. Pier 6 Facult mer Stevens, M 'W 'in ,dw an-fl W? QUD6PVlSlUf PPlHC pal ,..-. Sfncial Studlos -4""' 69+ JM Xwthonv Flmbql, SS1St1Ht DPlH01DW1 c1nnce W6 Ln 1U V V12 W T nn Mnthawqtlrs Z' xobert Sapfon LHEllSH 00101 1 idle Switn, 0 Y UF u SOC1il St LLP 'Vrna J up P fDT'lFlC7l Juanita N Peterson, R ool Jarse JW U5 Cl?YFUP6 Okerlug F.7M' CnStodlQn X an 7 I M ,fb igb I -Z AW if avi- -1 Y-3' iff gl. A 1 H S ,s , IE. ? 1 E, f -74: .Q ' ,f I , Q, f V Q' r 5 iid, 3,f ,Q,' f7 U v 'u , f V .-, . . Pr1nc:1pal s Message To Doe Senlors op 1951 You have Just comoleted a DOPt1OH of your aoprenticeshio for life In a few years you 111 rfcall tUlS nerlod wlth Dleasant newories believe thlt you w111 IOVPP Pe,ret the years you have spent 1U Nt Jewett Hivh school The 1951 Commencement is, in rcullty, the beplnnlnp ooint of your adult llfe icn of you line of wo k The faculty of At Jewett Hlph School believes that each member of thls clas can, and will, become a uccessful citizen o the natlon and toe world We hone that your school years w111 oe a source of lnsplxatlon and pu1cance for you ln tne years to come COWgP8tu1BtlOHS and Good Luck! Lffjil lmer S Stevens Suoervising Prlncioal 8 O I , ,. . . 1 . X J. , , h A . L - vi-rv ' 3 1. A . . A A . I .A ' Y A 1 fy- Y 1 . U ,A o , , o ' A 1 A 1 jc ' 1 5 ' . ' J I . ' EZ 1 7 will go your separate way and each into a d1ffGP9Ht P . T . ', K., 0 ., .J L . ' Q ' . .' X . . A . .TP . 4 .AI Y . , . A . , I 3 SEIVXOR Semor I-hstor Upon receiving our diplomas our thoughts go back to our four years spent in high school We started our freshman year wlth lr Saxton as our advlsor Our flrst taste of high school life was tne freshman initiatlon party glven by the sophomores Six members of the class joined the band After paSSlHg the usual final exams we were now ready for our sophomore year, wlth Mr Saxton as our advlsor we lost slx members of the class and gained one giving us an even twenty Three members of the class received varsity basketball letters members leavlng us with only thirteen Four of our girls went to Hazelhurst to take the commercial course Five of our boys made the basketball team Ve earned money for the Junlor Senior Prom in several different ways Eleven of us entered our senior year belng welcomed by Mr Saxton, our class advlsor We earned money for our Washington trip by selling Christmas cards, putt1ng on a play, and by havlng a Junior Senior Bazaar After all our hard work the most enjoyable part of our year was the Washington trip, the Junior Senlor Prom, and the Alumni Banquet A we received our diplomas we all felt a little sad about leaving, but we will always remember the days 1n Mt Jewett High School as the happiest ones in our lives lO I O ' 1 J . ' J A . . . A . , . U . . ' 3 L' . Upon entering our junior year we lost seven 0 O ' O 2, ' - . 0 . I F - ' . s . Magician Staff FIRST ROw Floyd Roth, Photography Editor. Ann Gardner, Ed1tor in Chief, John Edeen, Business Manager, Eleanor Bernhard, Ass1stant Editor, Alan De Ponceau, Art Bd1tor SVCOND ROW Donna Balon, Typist, Mlke M1czo, Assistant Business Manager. Don Haslett, Assistant Photography Editor, Ronnie Dan1e1son, Assistant Art Editor, Diane M1l1ard, Typist SFNIOR FLASS OFFICFRS Vlce President Ja-mes Pet? S Secretary leanor Bernhard Treasurer Don Haslett MOTTO ' abor Conquers All Thin COLORS Blue and Yellow FLOWWR Yellow Rose ll T President . . . . . . Floyd ROEh 'L QS" Senior Prophecy NAME Donna Balon Eleanor Bernhard Ronnle Danlelson Alan de Ponceau John Edeen Ann Gardner Don Haslett Mlchael Mlczo Dlane Nlllard Floyd Roth ALWAYQ QEEN Fllrtlng At Mestllne Wlth Floyd Argulng Cuttlng Cheese In the Bu1ck In the Score Box Steallng Rulers Ch6W1Hg Gum Speedlng PROBABLY WILL Secretary Governess Baseball Manager In the Army Butcher Muslc Teacher Dlesel Englneer SCl9HClSt Jym Instructor Pllot The man who wakes uv ind finds hlnself famous hisn't been asleen Offlce The fi e you kindle for your enewy often burns yourself no e than him Fhinfse Proverb 12 ' 0 ' BE ' A i . A . A . . . . . A . . . A. . C James Peters At Moe's Engineer AQfi!n,,x,,f DONNA BALON Chorus Vice-President Tri-Hi-Y Magician Whirlwind Class Play Halloween Queen M' 0'lflfYUf'?- RONALD DANIELSON Treasurer Hi Y Basketball Magician Class Play DJ ?7F?T?1F?T ,W. I ,UiQgwf,1 QW? 2 I I s' A ELEANOR BWRWHARD Secretary Tri Hi Y Magician Nhirlwind Class Play Secretary fx ua FHTTYFTF 235, 13 ALM! WILLIAM ALAN DE PONCEAU President Hi Y Basketball Magician whirlwind hggff 5 Class Play President Jhirlwlnd nditor xa-J 2 JAM JOHN EDEEN Band 1 2, Secretary Hi Y Maglcian Class Play Typing Club + fa 0741211 ANN GARDNUR Chorus Band President Tri-H1 Y Magician Editor Whirlwind Class Play Typing Club Secretary District Band District Chorus X. x x lk K.. N... l!2!3!l+ l,2,3,LL bf LL gn? 1+ A 3,5 A ' A A0 2, A ,it Ab'l 3 1.' ' 'V V, ' 3-,E - '?'k gf ya'L Secretary 1,3 P ' n 3 . 5' 215 f 2 W ff! ' Q , 3,3 ,wif 31 5 ' , , 4 f, 1 DUN HASL'TT Hi Y Basketball Magician Class Play Typing Club Treasurer lf FE? wil DIAWL EILLAQQ Trl Qi Y Iagician Jhlrlwlnd Plass Play 1?-1'Tk,.J-I"X,-JP' 7A,,fic 1ICHA L 'ICZO Hi Y Basketball Magician lhirlwind Class Play Tyoing Club X71 171,34 I2 it X " l 2, L L 'Sgt' Cf' 15 ' l lm lf' ,rv f 4 lin l, . QL, I ' I E R - 2 XC xl Y' , 3,14- '?" ff . , L+ T , IL A.' 6 ,K b , f'L - ' A ' A Q 4.vf"rx K T .ff ,-3.2.3-H I ff ng M T. 5 T ' in 5 Av f' . .-A - iL 2 X T1 J- . T . . 1+ an J . ' Bxll- , ' I I 6 A A ,LH Xfvjl F Class Play JX1E5 P TrRS Tywinp Club If Vlr-e 'President VLOID ROTH Vice Dresident Hi Y Basketball Maplcian Flass Dlay Fyviny Flub Treasurer Presldent Maplcian ci' n1H" 65 ,r f ' 13 2' . iv ,, f 7 ' x , 5 f ' J- M. Y' ' i -, - IL x' A 31M . ,' 3 p -V 'J I ,A f ,fi EX . U ' A A U lb Semor Persona11t1c-:s Donna Balon Eleanor Bernhard Ronnle Danlelson Alan DePonceau John Edeen Ann Gardner M1chael Mlczo Dlane Mlllard J1m Peters Floyd Roth WBaloney nBern1e WSpeedy NB1l WEdem 'Isadorr' WM1ke 'Dee Deen WPete WFloydn All Hood thlngs come 1H small packages A square at square danclng H1s eyes turned towards sports Wlth pen or palnt brush he'll make out A young man who blushes is better than one who turns pale Everythlng she does she does well and she does everythlng ness are h1s pol1c1es Hls op1n1on seldom changes what a catch or is she caught A pol1t1can w1th few pol1c1es He makes more fr1ends than enemies A wlse man w1ll hear, and wlll lncrease learnlng, and a man of understandlng shall attaln unto wlse counsels Proverbs l 5 17 . 0 o Il ' - n . . N . . ln . A . O.K. YV . ! Don Haslett NDonW Politeness and quiet- . . . N . . . . , . . . Scmor Class W1ll We, the class of 1951 of Wt Jewett High School, being of sound mlnd and body, do hereby oresent this will to our teachers and under classmen To all our teachers we will our A's in every subject, our de structlon of Wt Je:ett Hlgh, our methods of cheatlnp, our torn text books, and tne memory of all our shining faces As a flnal tribute ve 1 ave our symoathy to the faculty and the other students of the school for all the trouble ve have caused them TO OUR RDLLOW CLASSW N Donna Balon wllls her hair do to Diane Johnson Ronnie Danlelson wills his slowness to Me cedes Glover Alan de Ponceau leafes hls arguments in P O D to the Junlor Class John deen wllls his curly hair to Bobby Aderman Ann Gardner leaves her musical ability to Roger Carl Don Haslett wills his ouietness to Harold Pier Mike Miczo wills his muscles to Ronnie Lang Dlane Mlllard leaves her temper to June Wallin Jlm Peters wills his wisecracks to Emmett Ross Floyd Roth leaves his hunting trips to Robert Mitchell Slgned, sealed, published, and declared by the above named members of the class of 1951 We do hereby affix our signature on it this third day of June, ONR THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ONE leanor Bernhard Ann Gardner Witnesses Elmer S Stevens Myrna Jane McCamey 13 ' c X .Y 0 4 . 14 .y T . A . J - f 1 . J 1 g 1 n e ,. In ' . Eleanor Bernhard leaves her sarcasm to Earla McNaughton. ' 1 , . r . . X . . , . . . H . . . . . O . ,.. . ' v E . fx UNDER E 55 M k N ff 4? Q M! Class Cf 1952 Early Tuesday, September, 19 8, twenty three freshmen boarded the plane for the Mt Jewett High School and headed for a four year trip with Mr McCarthy as our pilot The sophomore class gave us our pre flight training ending in an initiation party Dale Walters joined the junior varsity Two stormy days of our flight were the mid year and final examinations through which we flew safely W celebrated with a trip through Grand Canyon, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, where we spent a very enjoyable day Summer vacation was all too short, neverthe less we were eager to board the plane for our sophomore year We gained four new passengers making twenty seven aboard the plane Ed Cima and Hank Dwight joined the junior varsit Dale Walters welcoming the freshmen and we enjoyed giving the initiation as much as having new friends We half expected to be grounded by mid year examinatlons and later by the final examinations, but both were successfully passed and we celebrated our success with a picnic at Red House Lake, New York With half of our four lap journey completed and vacation ahead, we waited for our plane for the junior year Our junior year began with a new pilot Mlss McCamey George Swanson, Ed Cima, and Ronald Mix left with the National Guards Dale Walters, Charles Cima, Ruth Wolfe, Shirley Williams, and Genevra Moo e left our plane to join the Kane High School making our passenger list sixteen Ronnie Lang jolned the junior varsity and Bobby Bernhard joined the varsity The highlights of our junior year were receiving our class rings and putting on a successful Junior Senior Prom 20 A - . . e became a varsity member. Fall of l9 6 found us ll1'11OI' S FIRST ROW Helen Johnson, Doris Silvia, Kay Bryman, Janet Kelley, Pat Kimbrough, Winnie Adair, Sally Oakes, Jeannine Gaynor, Miss McCamey SECOND ROW Frances Wolfe, Marge Magnuson, Pauline Anderson, Hank Dwight, Bob Bernhard, Ronald Lang, Mercedes Glover, Barbara Swanson, Waverly Schlleff CLASS OFFICERS President Winnie Adair Vice Presldent Patty Klmbrough Secretary Janet Kelley Treasur r Sally Oakes MOTTO ' e Can Because Ve Th nk We Can COLORS Blue and Ehite FLOWER American Beauty Rose 21 Class Of 1953 We, the sophomore class of' 1950 Sl, graduated from eighth grade wlth eighteen students and gaily went on our way up the 22 steps into high school There we discovered that Mr Cimbal would be our class advlsor and home room teacher The flPSt event of our freshmen year was the 1nit1at1on party, given so graciously by the sooho nores Then we were proud to announce that Benny And rson, Bobby Paul, and Emmett Ross would be on the basketball team and Joyce Dw1ght would be a cheerleader At Christmas time a party was given at the gym and all of the high school exchanged gifts At the end of our f1PSt school term in high school we recelved our report cards 1DfOPmlHg us that we were sophomores At the beginning of our second school term we dlscovered that we would again have Mr Cimbal as our class advisor This year we have twelve students Slx of our former students went to Kane and Smethoort to school this year Joyce VanSickle students took the commercial course and three took the general course Bobby Paul, Benny Anderson, and smmett Ross Jolned the varslty souad, and Bobby Mltchell and Jlm Asel Jolned Junior VaTSlty Harold Pler was elected the basketball manager At Chrlstmas the high school Christmas Party vas sponsored by the Hi I and Trl H1 Y, and was held 1U the gym Je are now avaitinp the final exams and looklng forward to our JUHlOP year 22 1 - D J 3 O - A O " O M . e . J . . . . . came back to our class from Kane. Nine of our , .. . , I 0 a n 1 0 A 0 . . I 3 0 . ' A 1 :X . 1 ' un ' . T 2 , . . . . . Sophomores FIRST ROW Carolyn Anderson, Joyce Dwight, Benny Anderson, Joyce VanSick1e, Harold Pier, Earla hcNaughton, Janet Wilcox SECOND ROI Mr Cimbal, Bobby Paul, Dlckie Okerlund, Emmett Ross, Jim Asel President Vice President Treasurer Poday Je CLASS O1FICLRS MOTTO Follow, Tomo row COLORS Green and White VL ' R Iellow Tea Rose 23 Benny Anderson Bobby Titchell Joyce VanSirk1e Harold Pier e Lead I L o he Q .. . . 7 1 1 . . . ..... . . . . - , . . . Secretary . . . . . .... . . 'H T . r N . . OWS Class Of 1954 We, the freshman class of 1950 1951, looked forward to our freshman year wlth hlgh hopes after we had recelved our dlplomas from the elghth grade We entered hlgh school on September 5 l95O w1th twenty two students, but 1n the course of the year we lost Ph1l1p DePonceau leavlng us wlth twenty one students, but stlll the largest class 1n hlgh school We were greeted by Mlss Tanner who was to be our homeroom 3dV1SOP Our flrst 8XClt1Hg event was 1H1C13t1OH day and the 1n1t1at1on party, g1V9H to us by the sopho We were proud to have the fO1lOW1Hg boys chosen as basketball players Robert Ross, Bobby Foote Euvene Ennls, Ernle Moore, Rover Kelley, Jack St1m mel, Bobby Aderman, and Roger Carl Joan Holmber was elected cheerleader and Hallowe'en Queen's attendant The freshmen were permltted to JOIH the Trl H1 Y whlch proved to be another wonderful hlgh school experlence Durlng the short t1me we have been 1n h1vh school, we have enjoyed be1ng a part of lt and try 1ng to help make lt better We hope that we can do more for the school 1U the comlng years 2+ . . u , , I mores, which made us feel very ngreenn. . '. 3 2 .3 o ' - E ' . ' . I 'D I Freshmen FIRST ROW Corrine Er1ckson, June Wa1l1n, Mooneen Anderson, Norma Jean Lantz, Jack Stimmel, Ernie Moore, Roger Kelley, Betsv Oakes, Alice Aderman, Kay Thomas QECOND ROW Barbara Ed1nger, Audrey Millard, Sh1r1ey Swanson, Dlane Johnson, Roger Carl, Gene Enn1s, Bobby Aderman, Bobby Foote, Joan Holmberg, Phyllis Becker, R0bert Ross CLASQ OFFICrRS President Secrerary Treasurer MOTTO Ernie loo e Norma Jean Lantz Tack Stimmel 'Get Your Haopiness Out Of You York Or You I1 ever Know Vhat Haopiness Is' COLORS Blue and Silver FLOWER Yellow Tea Rose 25 Vice-President' . . D . . Q . . I I I Roger Kelley y : r v' . N 1 L ' School Songs Woody Wood Pecker Song I Want Gold in My Pockets A Little Bit Independent Vaiting for the Train to Come Homework Some Enchanted Evening Maybe It's Because I'm Just a Country Boy Heartaches I'm in the Middle of a Riddle Forever and Ever I'm a Big Girl Now Hail' Hail! The Gang' All Here The Pussy Cat Song Scatterbrain It's So Nice t No Other Love Maybe You'll Be Cry of the Wild Have a Man Around There Moose Gotta Be This or That Civilization Lazy Bones Roomful of Noses It's Two O'clock in the Morning Gooius Feudin', Fussin', and Fightin' 'an Anyone Explain Winter Wonderland Typing Club The Senior Class Alan de Ponceau Miss Tanner No Explanation Needed When Ne Nin a Basketball Game the School Late Excuses Don Haslett Grades Math Classes Steadies Shirley Swanson Assemblies Gossips Joan Holmberg Mr Stevens Helen Johnson and Walter Nalker Graduation Bob Bernhard Answers Needed at Junior Class Meetings 26 Ronnie Lang Study Hall Norma Jean Lantz Bobby Aderman Ronnie Danielson Mt Jewett 2 In --------------------------- . s ----------------------------- Signed, Sealed, and Delivered --------------------------------- Diplomas o --------------- . --------------------------------P. O. D. GRADE 5 Hook C R M9 Patrol Bo s J1m Larson, Mark Swanson, Paul Brandt, Roj Smerker, Jack Asel, Robln Acalr, Eddy Anderson, Dlck Danlelson VIDI The patrol boy with his whlte belt and shiny badge is recognized in efery COmHUHltJ as a sign of school and com munlty lnterest in the safety of school chlldren Behd each boy stands the school, the con1unity, the law enforce ment genius, the motoring public and interested grouos INTELLEXI The patrol boy's duty is to assure the safe crossing normal desire for play and remember the serious nature of his work He must act as a representative of the school his relatlons to the public and the punfls H1s work 15 both a duty and a responsibility LAUDAJI The patrol boy begins to oractlce CitlZeHSh1D at an early age Pe must assume a large responslblllty and show a sense of duty that brings hlm to his oost in every kind of weather He gives of his leisure time that others may live to enjoy their future Je, the class of '51 salute the patrol boys for a Job well done 28 . ' ' V ' . -nd of children traveling to or from school. He must forget his . A in Eighth Grade f Seventh Grade FIRST ROW Gerald Roth, Doretta Brandes, Kay Magnuson, Bonnle Schrengost, Patty Cesarlo, Eddy Anderson, Dick Rose, Anson McNaughton, Shlrley VanS1ck1e, Miss Paulson SECOND ROW Paul Ross, Wendel Peterson, Velma Kal ren, D1ane Smlth, Ruth Jonnson, Rita Kelley, Ronnle Okerlund, Jim Larson, Dlck Dan1elson, Patty Burd1ck, Ann Butler, Ruth Peterson, Nancy Paulson '-uv' FIRST ROW Earl Okerlund, Jim Balon, Judy DePonceau, John Carlson, Magorie Kimbrough, Shirley Hall, Paul Barndt, Mark Swanson, Beverly Ceaario, Mrs Swanson SECOND RON Irma Lucarelli, Cynthia Stim el, Sandra Leafstrom, John Millard, Geraldine Paulson, Roy Smerkar, Teddy Bernhard, Harry Adair, Jeanette Swanson, Boboy Forquer THIRD RO' Shirley Roth, Helene Brooks, Hanna Oakes, Arlene Paulson, Carol McLafferty, Gerry Smith, George Nellander, Jim Johnson, Henry Hullngs 29 Sixth Grade ' Fifth Grade FIRST ROW Glenn VanSickle, Wade Burdick, Freddy Jeffords, Mickey Kohler, Davld Conn, Robin Adair, Carol Malone, Bernard Peterson, Patty Kelley, Nancy Kimbrough Bobby Roth, Jack Asel, Mrs Jones SE OND ROW Charles Mellander, Sandra Hevenor, Clark Johnson, Ronnie Taylor George Peters, Clarence Stiles, Rose Ann DeFab1o, Mary Ann Turnquist, Lynn Larson, Barbara Garris, Darla Ingersoll FIRST ROW Dorothy Carlson, James Van S1ckle, Barbara Lobauvh, Mary Ellzabeth Dw1ght, Preston Swanson, Urs Burv SECOND ROW Jeanette Garell, Patri 1a Hall, Anne Sponenburgh, Grace Blalr, Paul Garell, Ellzabeth Artz, Bonnle Becker, Frederlck Howard, Margaret Roth THIRD ROW Brian Smlth, Barbara Eckstrom, Terry Crouse, Kenneth Thomas, Sara Peterson, U8V1d Johnson, Larry Malmrose Not Present Ellzabeth MICZO, Polly Kelley 30 9 C z . , Buchheit, Audrey Cesario, Roland Peterson, James Roth, Amiel Kalgren, Audrey Fourth Grade S Th1rd Grade FIRST RON Mary Brown, Sandra DW1ght, Jim Ingersal, Joe Schrecengost, Sally Ander son, Bonnie Johnson, Donna Stewart, Janet B1a1r, Mary K1mbrough, Carol Mountain, Etta Kalgren, Mrs McLafferty SECOND ROW Alex Miczo, Jane Stlles, Richard Foote, Robert Mellander, Pauline Anderson, D1ck Paar, Steve Sponenburvh, Barbara Anderson, Barry Malmrose, Tommy Schrecengost, Lovila Millard, George Kelley THIRD ROW: Kathleen Johnson, Janet Repine, Gladys Ross, Jimmy Johnson, Joan McKinley, David Malone, Nancy McLafferty, Larry Bernhard, Mar1lrn Ingersal FIRST ROW: Nancy Schlopy, Joyce Johnson, Sandra Sprester, Dorothy Ann Pascale, Victor Barnhsrt, Joanna Burg, Tommy Dick Dolan, Keith Swanson, Judy Rose, Jimmy Zampogna, Larry Swanson, Miss Anderson. SECOND ROW: Linda Blair, Dickie Anderson, Donald Williamson, Tommy Garell, Mary Lou Swanson, Edward Snapp, George Sarvey, Johnny Carlson, Pat Jones, Joanne Ennis, Donald Asel, Eddie Hale. 31 Second Grade - FIISI Grade FIRST ROW Pamela Conn, Rlchard Lobaugh, Margaret Buchheit, Susan VanSickle, Rlchard Schrecengost, Madallne Cesar1o, Diane Dolan, Karen Hanson, Dorothy K1mbrough, Stephen Garris, Mrs Hadley SECOND ROW Fay Keller, Michele Mellander, Susan Millard, Robert Howard, Jean Stimmel, Linda Hale, Vlrglnla St1les, Earl Ross, Donna Mltzo, Karen Swanson Anthony DeFabio, Curt1s VanTine, Ann Lynn Malmrose FIRST ROW Marlene Larson, Ann Peterson, M1chael Thomas, Suzanna Sarvey, Kather1ne nalmrose, Barry Bryman, Paul Swanson Maureen McLafferty, Sharon Dolan, Miss Snapp SECOND ROW Joanne Johnson, Bobby Swanson, Sherman Keller, Edmund Bernhard, Francis Dore, Ronald Saxton, Larry Hale, Carol Stewart, Patty Stewart, Nancy Johnson, Gerald Ollphant THIRD ROW Darrel Stewart, David Jefferds, Bobby Mix, Joan Quiet, Susan Buchheit, Bobby Zampogna 32 THIRD ROW: Robert Brooks, Joan Williamson, Russell Swanson, Gerald McKinley, 9 BA KETB ll ALL S W M NJ.. Basketball FIRST RON Mr Stevens, Alan De Ponceau, Hank Dwivht, Robert Ross, Benny Anderson, Mike Miczo, Floyd Roth, Ronnie Dan1elaon SECOND ROW: Bob Bernhard, Ronald Lang, Jim Larson, Bobby Foote, Eu ene Enn1s, Dlckie Danielson, Roger Kelley, Emmett Ross THIRD RCW Don Haslett, Bobby Aderman, Ernie Moore, Roger Carl, Bobby Mltchell, Jim Aeel, Jack Stimmel Harold Pier 3h M L, H' 4-lf ' . ' R ' , . U V ,, c .- A ' 5 g 5 I . ' : . ' G I g . . . : . Q 1 :NJ 1 J DATE xNov sNov Nov eDec 4Dec Dec kDec Dec eDec Jan Jan :Jan Jan an an an Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Cheerleaders BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND GAME RESULTS TEAM Alumni Johnsonburg Sheffield Jenks Twp Bradford Sheffield Johnsonburg Bradford Jenks Twp Otto Smethport Austin Coudersport Shinglehouse Ulysses Eldred Port Allegany Otto Smethport Coudersport Shinglehouse Ulysses Eldred Non League Games PLACE VARSITY M J OPP Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Home Away 36 JR VARSITY OPP .. . . r.1.J. . - - 21 115 57 -- -- e . 28 21 611 12 L12 . 30 26 67 17 L17 e . 5 . 36 33 20 13 - 8 15 59 -- -- as . 12 119 6 17 8 J . 15 32 8 gi O as . 18 32 68 ALT 1 . 20 . 37 26 35 22 Jan. 5 Port Allegany Home 33 5 17 L19 . 9 22 7 15 28 . 12 2 L11 21 L16 J . 16 36 23 18 . 19 23 68 6 39 J . 23 30 35 31 26 J . 26 66 14.3 21 30 J - 30 30 Ll-7 19 32 . 2 25 9 11 6 - 6 19 9 25 3 . 9 16 5 30 3 . 13 31 76 27 0 . 16 37 M1 13 L17 . 20 Sl 2 37 38 . 23 23 2 19 35 MUJIC Band rTRST ROW Emmett Ross, Ann Gardner, John Edeen, Hank Dwight, Janet Wilcox, Harold Pier, Henry Hullngs SECOND ROW! Mr Smith, Jack Stimmel, James Larson, Helen Johnson, Ruth Peterson, Sally Oakes, Patty K1mbrough, Barbara Dee Swanson, Mercedes Glover James Balon The Mt Jewett High School Band began rehearsals 1B Sept ember under the leadership of Mr Richard Smith, our new dlrector The band was small, but it gradually became larger by the entering of new pupils The band frequently played for assembly programs In April the Mt Jewett Band combined w1th the Hazelhurst Band to give a concert The Band was well represented at County Band in May There were quite a few first chairs from Mt Jewett Mercedes Glover, Ann Gardner, and Harold Pier went to Dlstrict Band in DuBois 38 - d sl THIRD ROW: Richard Danielson, James Johnson, Rita Kelley, Sandra Leafstrom, Chorus .. 4. - .. Ah A FIRST ROW Joyce Dwight, Joan Holmberg, Patty Kimbrough, Corrine Erickson, Ann Gardner, Diane Johnson Janet Wilcox, Marguerite Magnuson, Earla McNaughton SECOND ROW Mr Smith, Barbara Dee Swanson, Barbara Edinger, June Wallin, Carolyn Anderson, Shirley Swanson, Mercedes Glover, Joyce VanSick1e, Dor1s Silvia THIRD ROW: Alice Aderman, Norma Jean Lantz, Donna Balon, Audrey Millard, Phyllis Becker, Janet Kelley, Helen Johnson, Waverly Schleiff, Kay Bryman Chorus Rehearsals began ln September nder the leade ship of Ar Smith Plans were started inmediately for the Chrlst mas Choral Program whlch was held on December 21 After vacation we started working on new numbers honing Ann Gardner, Mercedes Glover Kav Brywan, and Barbara Dee Swanson represented dt Jewett at LlStP1Ct Chorus whicn was held ln outl' villiamsoort on January ll S, and 6 Several of our chorus members attended County Chorus at Otto Township School 39 , . TJ' T 1 Q i g 1 0 0 . ' X . . for a concert in the spring. 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School MOVIES mr 80 Battleground Mighty Joe Young The Black Book Champagne for Caesar Love that Brute 12 O'c1ock High Great Gatsby Suspen e Big mixup Snake Plt Wo Day Out Take he Out to the all Beware of Blondie Crisis So Vell Remembered Panic in the Streets Showdown Game Ir Clmbal Study Hall Ronnie Lang The Gradebook Mr Okerlund's coffee hour Doris Silvis Lunch Hour Ronnie Danielson Chemistry Class Basketball Games The Office English Classes Liss Tanner Diane Millard Graduation Scnool Days After Basketball Games Final Tests Born to be Bad Jim Peters Tarzan and the Slave Girl Mr Stevens and Eleanor Bernhard Lonely Hearts Bandits Jeannine Gaynor and Shirley Swanson Rocket Ship XM Roth's Studebaker Abbott R Costello in the Foreign Legion Harold Pier and Bobby Mitchell Calamity Jane The Sleeping City Lake Mlne Music The Savage Horde Beauty on Parade Delightfully Dangerous Never a Dull Moment Mlss McCamey Mt Jewett Band and Chorus Girls Gym Class Freshmen Earla McNaughton Winnie Adair we ------------ ---.. .------- ----- - ...................... . 1 , - 1 'I ------------ ------------- - ------------------ -. 1 B ------------------------------- 1 Mr. Music --------- --------------- ---------------------------- Mr. Smith 3 v' ----------- -------------------------- --- ho 'XXX ACTIVITIES H1Y or-H -JD' 0 FIRST ROW Alan De Ponceau, John Edeen, Floyd Roth, Ronnie Danielson, Mr Cimbal SECOND ROW Ernie Moore, Michael Mlczo, Don Haslett, Benny Anderson, Robert Foote, Eugene Ennis, Harold Pier, Roger Kelley THIRD ROW Emmett Ross, Robert Aderman, Richard Okerlund, Roger Carl, Robert Mitchell, Robert Ross, James Asel, Jack Stlmmel President Alan de Ponceau Vice President Floyd Roth Secretary John deen Treasurer Ronald Danielson After being discontinued two years ago, the Hi Y was again organized at the beginning of this school year with Mr Cimbal as the advisor The enrollment in the club included twenty one members from the four high school grades and membership was on a voluntary basis Activities were varied and included service and social projects The largest undertaklnp was the repairing and purchasing of toys These were sent to children of hospltalized war veterans. The Teen Talk course which included problems con- fronting youth was conducted for six weeks in the form of a discussion forum. Guest speakers were also used in this course. The social projects included parties and dances some of which were held jointly with the Tri-Hi-Y. It is hoped that the club will be bigger and better in the future and that much will be done to carry out the purposes of this organizationg mainly--to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian Character. Lp? Tn H1 Y s '59 FIRST ROW Dor1s S11vis, Jeannlne uaynor, Winnle Adair, Janet Kelley, Donna Balon, Ann Gardner, Earle McNaughton, Janet Wzlcox, Marguerite Magnuson, Miss McCamey SECOND ROW Pauline Anderson, Barbara Edinger, Helen Johnson, Frances Nolfe, Barbara Dee Swanson, Mercedes Glover, Kay Brfman, Betsy Oakes, Alice Aderman, Shirley Swanson, Joyce Dwight THIRD ROW Joan Holmberg, Diane Fillard, Patty Kimbrough, Sally Oakes, June Wallin, Mooneen Anderson, Audrey Iillard, Phyllis Becker, Waverly Schleiff, Diane Johnson, Norma Jean Lantz OFFICERS President Ann Gardner Vice-President . . . . Donna Balon Secretary . . . . Eleanor Bernhard Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janet Kelley The Tri-Hi Y was re organized in September, 1950, with Miss McCamey as the advisor. The group began the year with the election of officers and the writing of a constitution. Activities of the year included: A Hallowe'en party, a Christmas party, sending packages to the Valley Forge Veterans' Hospital, a baked foods sale, dances, and intramural basketball gam s. M3 9 O Q 2 A , .,a, f .Q h , A' 1 W A5 M ' I 5-Q ggf ",, n . ' L - 0' bg? 'wa W A , ,, ' I 1 V -', I :V 5 2 l . 'yr 'xH Z "x.' I 3 L V P ' . C I I O I Semor Play 4 ZW Floyd Roth, Gldeon Blalr, John Edeen, Patrick Keller, Ann Gardner, Paula Maleek, Mike Miczo, Misery Moon, Diane Millard, Samantha Slade Donna Balon, Rosebud Reese, Ronald Danielson, Tom Riasle, Alan de Ponceau, Hiram Tutt, absent Eleanor Bernhard, Lulu Pearl 'A Hoodooed Coonu is a lively farce full of laugh provo lnb situations and wittlcisms Gldeon Blalr, aged 93, and a multi millionai e, has determlned to marry his grandchild, Rosebud, to the son of his old friend. If either of the young people refuse to marry the other, the one refusing loses a million dollars Tom, who has never seen Rosebud, mistakes an old maid for the heiress and hires Tutt to impersonate himself, thinking that the heiress will refuse to marry him. Rosebud tries to Dersuade Tutt not to marry her by feigning insanity, but when she learns that Tutt is merely masquerading as Tom she nearly scares the life out of him. The comedy scenes are furnished by Misery Moon, a hoo- dooed colored boy, always in trouble, Lulu Pearl, whose every move and speech is rag time, Paula Maleek, who is after Tutt with a dynamite bomb: Samantha, the funny old maid, and Patrick, the bewildered ticket seller. UM n sea ,J N' - '4u1, s,waa at M To --,ma4., V . , -'Vg :L--. 9 55,47 , -9 57'-' M f. , 'Gif - , . H' i , f ' 5: ,hh ' lggwgd , ein , 1 rf " 'Q' f nv , A ' I 3 A 3 Q U 'tv 5 L . . . I O ' C 1 Q , , : . ' . - k- . . . . fr . , D , 'A I' Whlrl 11'1 Staff SBATED Sally Oakes, Diane Millard, Donna Balon, Frances Wolfe, Marguerite Magnuson, Mercedes Glover, FIRST ROW: Joan Holmberg, Doris Silvia, Kay Bryman, Barbara Dee Swanson SECOND ROW Ann Gardner, Joyce Dwight, Wlnnie Adair, Pauline Anderson, Patty Kimbrough, Earla McNaughton, Janet Wilcox, Waverly Schleiff, Norma Jean Lantz THIRD ROW Benny Anderson Harold Pier, James Asel pmg Club LEFT to RIGHT: Robert Bernhard, John Edeen, Jeanine Gaynor, Kay Bryman, Miss McCamey, Waverly Schleiff, Ann Gardner, Michael Miczo, Don Haslett, Floyd Roth M5 ' I Q , 14 1 ' s 2' 3 5 4- I I 4 A be R 'V Il V Snapshots in-...-ax ff- 1 Singers? 2 Look at that smile ' 5 Smile pretty 4 Daniel Boone? 5 Seen better d 6 When we were young T Cute baby 8 Where'd you come from' 9 Excellent posture 10 The MoGamey Method? 11 Neighbors 12 Toothpaste smile 15 Squirt' 14 Peace' 15 Monkey 16 Mies Mt Jewett of "1951 17 Claes of "5 " 14,6 aye ,,,..-'-- I gf'- sr- 'ob f Nil" 7 1- 1 Anything for money 2 Clase of '55 5 Let's study science 1+ Not cut out for hiking 5 Thirsty? 6 Llneup 'I Barefeet 8 Poor Photography 9 What a difference e. skirt. mal-:ea 10 The age of innocence 11 Wow' What shoulders 12 Cute pup 15 Ah' Sophistication 14 Go" 15 Taft and McCarthy 16 Buddies 17 Red House Lake fWoopieJ 18 what Sideshow d1d they escape from. 19. 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