Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA)

 - Class of 1948

Page 1 of 46

 

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1948 Edition, Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 46 of the 1948 volume:

--:, ,1--Af, ' Q , V.,,.,-, - -9 '- - . f-bv . - " Q ' -r -' -. V 5, H- f, Au, . ' -z " -- 5 f Jr. . - - ' 5 '2" . "w'.,1m Y. ' AA -W 'ig- . ff z Aw- , -.2 '-riff-,F-fi-i--.-F A. - A -,. A ' --2 "-.-Qr.iT'2'-,..-a- A .,.-f-ff-f-1.5-Q3--'-PH?'. . - . ' '-- Ai,---9. -:Q -Lv-"Q ..-. A -' -'If " - - V' ., ' 4' "ff if Aw- E. Q- - . ' -mf-A-' A '53-f"f'1G?8f' A.. A ' ' " " W' '. '- AH QJ W A -1' " -.- Q . 1. .- x Y 4 M 4- hx 1 314 ".-W f'X " , -- Af . ' -. '- A , ' .- 1 -,D ' , '- 1- , . - -si -i1'V..i.7E:?+A-f . g , " .- -1- .E P El ' QM W www? fx-,?i4i--27.35. --N " . 4 -': .- " - - 5 , , . ,L- ,g n . .V In zz., g .4-Q -.1 jg.: V .ig 1 ' - F if .- -Z , ,. I i f? -A - A 4' --" -, if-Q , A 1-Y, -F-1- -,E i . - A1 x - I lx , AI- , 'L f' I- ' M-Ig! -J ,.- A , kk? A A A 1 . 5 A 7.4. Ep- E -. .J 4. AQIV ' . , vl E, A v' - . .' '.,.,- .,,A - A - L .- AQ" A" ' 5" ' 57- ' -'.. j -17"'A I "-' -..,... ' 'rv f ,' Af -V - 5. "FP p- 1' - " ' if , '- - . ,N , 'N' . i f 1, I -A, ' -'sf ' . 1 -Y i - 1- I A-2 , A- V, - - I-ix '.530 'i:.JC:'-' , ,ty ' .L Y 1 ' N. ' . ' - . - , 7 -fax: A ' ,-, Lit, ..i' AQ "ff - , 1' - 'ji Q,-f-1' -' " . .,.,7 -"4-""' f" A " fb, .4 'W 5. .1 -f fl ,,- l w- ' .V "' , "if ' ' e- '-fP-MA-.-f-'-1' -- AV ff-A g"ig?i'f?5i A- 4:-VW..-Ei.A1-1' --if-fa':fY- ' f ' A - ' A ,J ':zs'fN K -,,A. .. W . - .. . . -Q5-,Jbi,bqR.,.., -,, -e -1. but -,. . ,.,, L ,, . f. ,,...f, . ,, M 'wg Kai ' ,Qs-'Hp 5,5514 .,, L Mgr' -Q' W .--W?-K. ' sr fa W rc V ' 1.3 il .Ji A .QA . W A ' - fi.-:f5Mg ' S - ' . Q +fS'iZQ f- A- - ' -. - -4 P, A -1- milb A -EY ,. -4, F is -tv .ban H. an --A , ' ., A , -, -1-- , -A. ' ,V ,A-. J. ,N V- A ' i 1, -i-3 - , .. -P -----. --' " -. f x - ,- - qu- -pf- - 4 ' A f- ri A is Y wwf- 1 J! A N 'ak Vt, A i' I V+. , A- -J.. I .-- , A gh- w ir - V,.-. --,wx Egg... . .3-p . L. ,QE- AM - V .- ga--..-1-SE l 'iw X N AJ Q , an 44 Ku" , X fm 4 -f X ,fs I wr- ' -- ,- ' A 3 F as as . , F 8 M 'QU -mf ' 54 5 31 ,L ia Q - -v 'L - J' 'C tsl I ---'EF if .V bf- .KH ,ff YK , NA -.--.f - - .. gn- A'-an V. ,-4,-5, M ,K L-A- W, . Ad- . V i ,. Y J- r. .A.-A--h 'H - W . V .,,,- . ..-A: Y N A -A :V A- -f f , A-1.-GA A-vc, A-'P' 'W , V - mf -ai-N , - A - . , W .v ,. - -, 41? , A, -f-.. -- -T .H Q- ' - 13, -Q .. . . - H -. , -Y' - .-Q" - F - 3 ---A , - , Af., - -- ' . -5.-L f" AJ Aw.. Y - f' -3 ,5,..,' nu 1-7 in ' 'Hr ' ,-' - I,, ':' , 3 'E ggi-fu' Mfg x,-V Q' - 2 " v-a-g,3v: - -. .-W, 'H --Q'-,gf . -- VN" A- Mi "-17' -A 1 v., 'A w w'-.g,'.-. L, -- " f- - " .' ' ' J 4 ' - 'M-. . : x A-:- V ' A . P-Ai Z - Q -+1:" A -f'-V' - 2 'YQ-J ' A A "6 'fl' ' Mfg" fn- " A ff ---r -- ' JT- -L' A - " ', 'Y 'w . -V -- 'Qi " "Q ' , .LA ' .,. X- A' V'- ' , ' ' " 'fx I ' , ,gm-. Z W- 3.4-' -"5 - ' F -A 'v .. . ,F 3- .V , -5 ., Un- . . I R Q .A W L , . fu... .. 1.-An, . W , 1 AA., , -M V. NY , . ,f I. , - . 1 . -'-V-1'---5.. f - Q - -:- ' .. -A-:g-, ,-n,---Qv.,.- ff . T . . --f '. ,.A- 19 - , ,. 'f -ab?--" " A .- 'P H f """f 'Y " 'iwriiw s 'L A - ' - 5- I L. -:-. .QR 5- ,-,-- -Q, A I - ,Y uA,,Qg' . ,Tag-qw , ,xqffwi ,A .. v V Q--Q. . .A-but W,-,A-A ,W -24,1-:A--f., .1-gin.-,T,,m . -PWA-.,A.35,v,r,g, P qt' M- j -ir, .G - .- 2- - , 'gl I-2 1-f-L.,Q5 A ,A q "Tig:--A " 1,5--iffy-,YQQ - - Q., ,-,s - . -- --f -'A. A .. -' -.-.:,- -'.A.-.M-.-Tfg-A-?.'X T... '65 ' A f 1 H. ., 1 .--A W ie-:A-3'-visa-Q,.,,AA..w:5'gz-Eff? V :Ar--5 F-.EW iir.-V, -A -A "- we--1 -2.-5 -A , ,"" Ag, 'f1'+--5,-v'32i,,i+1-Q1.-Tia-rigff-A-A-f-'-ffggiz-132.-A A . , L f' - . , .- A. by , . ..--, V U gp.. .VA-tw . - 'f1,:-K -R 4-3 - - :.'4vV+..AA-. -v-A -,,A A- ,- -,A, u-A.5g,V,,A:-tv-3. '- Van- -. f , A .- A-- A-A .V -V .ff ' A- 4 -A ' ff- T7 ' A- A 'Am - - ' 4'f'V'f ' ' ' FM-- 5 " ' 'ifqiff-5i?f.i. 151-"Pif--fluff' 7 .-'f"i'34f1'i--?KR1,VzJ??.:'4lH'm-3-xii' Yi?" 'fz'3?5,-RWE. 251'-A.r3f'7Jf'Vv 5..r29f ' - -.. iff' 17' i -:EH rf . - . - - . ., me -A -if - ' -i ge-f VV .-'zA "1 '5 " 2' 'V .- 1- N ,- . 'H ,-E....4"f-'52, ,- ..- ..:V iff? ..-.f,ig.- :A-igrgi--1v?ffgig-Mf.A-a'4,g,af-a4:st1'W'gA'rf 1:-.Q-swf-Q32-, Vf'f?:faA.:- .A -,,psf5'- 'P' ---'f -1-cf aeiggsf 4, 'ck W ' ' ' ' ' if?f.:sA'+f'.- ' ' 'gg 'AQ gn ---rl" '5'3i7'fl'f"' -'-" 'J-Ziisiff 15-Af'-3'-gg-f"" P V .- 1'f2" 'Af : . ,'-Hs' -- .- " E " 1 C' ' f- 9 . 2'-.-" -. "r - . N . g J:-A ' -- 'A V - . -- 1' 1- :- .ff , -1' 'AA-11L- A '- .... 'l -.tV. -f-.-:A-...-. - ' f- 'Q .-1-'-.uf " -' - -, '-'-- A' ' ' Am" ' ' ' ' -f' . -- ' - 1 --r A '-r - V 5 L ' 's YQ 2: -',V,5L,-.--:-,,.- .L 4 ,V - ,,.A -5,3 - I, "-- ' -2 .- .1-.4 ' , , 13 - Q, .,., J.. .if :gf ,' .Ag-,L -I n-...gf - -' nf L, ' ,Q -...Iw i -Y 5' ,w 'H' ' ' ' - 1 " " .:, -, -- . Y 2-'AV -2- - - . V M-ig, .., N, wr. - - H N , ,, A - ,, ' -- i .J z- - 1' -,fa -I - yi - - - w w w-,QA A. nm . ,U . , m ,.A ...- , 1, i , ,, , w . , m A A -A .A , 'f--+-Q ' V ? A-1, -L i'. :,i V W : N -.-- , , .,,, . s,--3 ':- .-f,,- - V, N - ,x,, - M V- -. , -., .- .- -' -- - A' A J .. A .4 V., My -J ,AY .3 'N 55.2-xQ.A E ,.,K ,, ' ' ' Aa A-scar -QM -ss Ar- -,,, 4 44- " ' X ri ' lw w g a agn ' ,JA H ' M Lis, 'V K -I-Gly?-JV ' : ,,,"f if'-. . ,,-QQ., .Y-T V ,Z A ,J A I L- -A . 2 123 . V- Y A .4-?'T F V I, L R. Via.-5 "yy F -' A - N . T -A .',4 . x L-fi., P-.--3: ,X-5456-ag .fr I -in NFFN. --1,fQf.f 4 Q ' F ,H - ' '- ' " 2' 'Wi' U -- . .fr ' H.-V,-A4 --ae if "42?.l-T ipT"'?l.- ' '- if if" .-5g,5lv"':-asf .GI-ifil 1 ' , 1- I I A ' - V . QL- - -- "" I 2 if . - 1 C il 'LAP' 5 We ' '3 :l'4 ' A ".'. '-1 3' - EW W1 '-.73 ' . -A -frm - A "!F1ApiT'2WF,'isA'lZffiffLg.aqe?g3g:?"3'-..5f'54f Hive. - A Q-zxggfangrgl--A A -- vw?-'1--mc -gg? - -x-A-.-A114935-arf' ,. 1 -i f Q" , -- Q - A ,pg Af f" 'P 3- 1' . , --,..'H'E5g.,.S3f--r-.--A- k,iC'- rm-:Q ,,Qgg.5-l"7'-f'- A- 1'-'fgagf - --.-A. A- -- ' - ' , ,. "' '1---ef' -'f MA' - -- "' V Vwgf' "B"-,,.4'Qi :"f-i- 9751. , , Ag. AA 4 1 V if - ' '- -1 . -.ri - A -.cliff-'ga.:q f f- 57 .- 1 Q L V " -. .'.' ' ---fu. ,, -nj-'f" ISL' " .., 1 - ' .A - W f i f ' A f I- i..f!'?:":,: 'LAM s 4 -Al v a ? ,if-:A - -L---A5iQi x.,.-,"'v'.,N.:. .V A- ah , : n.i ' ,J -f A- . ' f '. - - . .--A-V -. A' A-A. . - V' - - , p b -W Ks ,. 45 -, f Q g " '.,' -.",.f1.-W 5. - , ' .A A - - 1 A - - - A ' A A . A . I A - .-aw - A " --fs . A. T' Af - 1 -V Q' , . .4 -- A is ,,A,".-53, ,V- ' , ',2i - g E - A "' . 'll'-.gif-5 1+ A " -y ,. i ' W' n - ' "f un fx. -- . , ff, - A F - . A '... "f..,. '. -'Af - '. , 3 '53-.tn-A .- '. 'K 5 'AV ' - Ax " V , A A' A- , E g-A f"A.:-5.-f'ff1g-Q-7 A A -:A VVV A " T- . ' ...A L -A ae ,, f' T.:-,."fii1t7"'?Y'-5'f??'J'f.x--FH ?fig1-6-..'1f-.ji-1-f'-f'-2'?' .,.. , A A ii VA -if A LA 'aff-iw-J-A'-.-f-"'fA-..-1' ""3"...V-Q-ffi A A-f ' ,:A--'AAA- A A 'v -' --rr.: - "ff- -,gei-g,'.f'TM-g"ff1f5'-QA.a-PQ-ff'-,Q 5-A MA- 'Y' 7 A 2i.'9i -3'-Qib""?Qg l, A. A. , Q' "5 A f ' 'KF-' 5-QAAl1A""V'f'fA?'g1fMf:a-A-Alf" if F?-2"'TPfff' 5-4 A . 1" 1 A 'F A--- -.M ,....--..... J----A-..-Aw,......, 4' ,gg -Q-43,51-Fw . -' 4-- .ffm-glefz-:':f - .A-'-A-'fx --v,r:-f-'2fF'Q-..f",QfAf.Vg,.-.-A T-:T A- 1 .--.-A- -:-V-'-.-1--AA'-'--A:---' -1- '-rw -.2 L3 W'--P---AV,-f l , - -ff-.f' . V1 4.,. ..w.A-.-.HM ' 4, :jf , 'M-,,,,,,v', ?-LQ' 'lsrzl-'ir Y 'itz' wg-5?Efr.--V 1-lb g 'E-E5 ,- . ,Mu 1. V. V, -W ,J ,sr .wi W , ., ..- ,K -h M - - U- , , K-ga-K-. Y -A., V V .V - .V f, .j' Q .ff -- gif - , A' .A . A A A A. 1 2 ' 'f'fYffxRfiTf-5434 '-1-'14"':,,f"'f:12',.,'f",,,-3 if-1 AA-f,-'f'-SQ.-..,' '-S?-'fw.,.S-v..Q--.- f - fu f -52 .A,- , ,-- A--V1',,.g-A V,.,,T W1 --" " .1 'flu if-Qi-lk 'ff-fi5.',"'fw Q, .-' .V'-1,4-. Hg"-Z4 , .,-- M 'Q 'dp - ' 1-Q : ' ' --4,-dv - A -Q - ,-, Q' ' " ..,-4.4 ' F if . 'N-.A ---K 'Hu - - .'.,.. -,H-,gf .-- -' W- - . .V,- A- sg' ,-- -.A-. -- .M , 4 -- N V Q - , .761 Air M 4- A.3.,.f.Af-A fit'-QHV 'rf-.fqfg-"ag,-g,.fg-F-A52 ,Z-ve-A 4,5--f-gif---, ', , A52 "i' .f "lH...g'ki --V ' -wi 'MQ -. , V, .., 5- Ar- J- .V 5, v ., ., g..f..5,:u-., " .-'- .'j,,a:f' A ,r V .-. M,-V-f--K, f----Q . 1 1 f' ' . P ' -f .7-'--1 ,. , .. M ,Jw 1, X K, , . +..V,,.. Q, .- .- -,L NA . ur H-.M'.,.g-f':4 .,c. 3T4L.ig,,.r .vK..,-ws-.,,SQ .- . .,, , m,5,.,,g1g,g::5,mf , ,., -x42-.,:-4.-Ngqguwffqcf -Vg5...gyA1 2if..9j-fag-J-5 xl ,SMH 'f H,-:AQ-3 ' 1 fA-- fu, fA?..4Ak:N' -..--A?f' .-,.-.- g ,.:. - -'.'.'A-A--1?--05 'us-..- .'F.. '5f1 .V I THE BEACON PUBLISHED BY Tr-IE SENIOI2 CLASS OF NEWTON RANSOIVI HIGH SCHOOL NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY EIGHT I I , mx X X X I DEDICATION Mrs Reed, Class Advisor To Mrs Reed, our dearest fr1end and understanding sponsor, we, the Senior Class of l9h8, dedicate this edition of the BEACON Though times were often difficult, her refreshing and com smile and aided our progress on the road to success FOREWARD The theme chosen for the BEACON of l9h8 is 'Freedom Through Cooperation In this we mean to say by always looking forward through cooperation, we may look for a flner and more pleasant world 1n which to live, and for a better understanding of our fellowmen With the guidance of our understanding principal, Mr Lesher and of our faculty members, we were able to attain our present goal graduation 2 forting words always helped us to face disappointment with a - .U . . SCHOOL me shall always cher1sh those fond memorles wnlch we nave galned at our Alma Mater MB LESHER To our pr1nc1pa1, Mr Lesher, we express our deep appreciation for his faithful understanding throughout our school years at Newton Ransom mei INSPIRING STARS Front Row T Lesher, C Balnbrldge, B Champlin, O Pregmon Kltchen, A FISK, R Reed, P Eckel, N Heinz Second Row Phlllips, W Zelss, R Hopklns, H Rosatl, R Reese Barnes, G Landsledel, M Thomas Phennle Eckel Alice Flsk Olga Pregmon Mary Barnes Beatrice Champlln Robert Reese Robert Hopkins Gertrude Lands1edel Herman Rosat1 Romayne Reed Norrie Heinz Thomas Phillips William Zelss Margaret Thomas Orla Kitchen Claire Bainbridge First Grade Second Grad Thlrd Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grad Slxth Grad Agricultur Soc1al Studie Scienc Mathematics and Englis English and Lati Physical Educatio Social Studie Seventh and Elghth Grade Home Econom1c 4 Musi g l 3 Sl O I . . O I Ol 0 0 . O 0 O I : To I C ' U . I . I Mo I . C O S.T. Lesher Supervising Principal F.F.A. 1,2 Reporter 3,L Basketball 2,3,b Beacon A Sr. Play A Vice-Pres. L LA- Lb Baseball T1e red headed, freckled faced ganln who kept us entertalned as Herble' DOANE AYERS CLETA KLIPPLE !!AbH Qvlflipyg Vice-President Secretary Hobby-Driving Hobby-Ceramics Ambition-CarpenterAmbition-Artist Chorus l,2,3,b Basketball l Manager 2,3,L President 1,2 Secretary A Beacon A The brlllant star of our class who w1ll surelv be a vreat success CHARLBS RICHFER 'Chuck' Presldent F F A A Se '5 B sketball Beacon Sr Pl y Pres1dent Baseball Doug' Treasurer r l,2, Tre rer DOUGIAB BILCLCKER D TORB DLBIAK Treasurer Hlstorlan Hobby Photvrrayhv Hobby he dlng Amblt1OH OltlOH Author Basketball l 2,3 r P ay Caftaln ne con Be con Chorus Class presldent, basketball player all around guy wlth a charm all hls own WFP? lS O11 1'1 The nRoneoH who cnarrs Clarks ine cla n foun star wlth all Sum lt Jullets captaln of L S the ood Ju 1lElP one can boys' b s etball te V ad lre 5. ID ' 'Z 3 l ' ' , is , x 0 Dl o o 'V A L .' Q -1 Q "lj ,. Z' ' 4 a o 0 ' - - . A . 'C 0 Q. 9 , 3 - I . ' x ' Q'. O u I XMLJ VJ ' I so up so .m Q. rrrrrrrw X Q1 a ,- ' CJ D3 0 L'-lj ' I - : ' r U? 71' "Y" 5 -I , ' . , . . gut . Sq . I Q 9' P' 3 24 ' 3 L. I I' CD I - I CD J ' "S ' C. H-A U J J .J ' XD I rwrrrr f P a Q , 15. "" io 3 3. nw- C' Us x . ff . i , U i N J P'-D ' I ' . x . J : - '1 Q7 C.-" ' ' ' I Q7 rl f"' " ' m , w C l as P . . ,I L Mfg I . '1 0 G LOPETTA SCHULTHLIS Sis Hobby Dancing AmOlE1OH wife or Play Beacon Basketb ll2,3 A Cheerleader 1 Hecretary C orus 3 Phe sfeet yo ng miss who 1S true to one Plea ant, charm ing, fun WILLIAN KRESGE 'Bill' lobby Hunting and Fishing Ambition Tr veling F F A 1, 2 Tre 3 Sec A V Pres Basketball 2,3,h S P1 y The typical American boy clean cut and freckled and a demon for Buicks JANL KREINBERG Jimmy' Hobby Skating Ambition Beautician Beacon The quiet little irl who proudly wears her engagement ring. ALICL RODNLY Honey' Hobby Kenny ambition Telephone Operator Qecretary historian Chorus Beacon SF Play The gay and cha ming blonde of our class HARRY TOCZKO nSatchn Hobby Fixing Cars Ambition Mechanic A 1 2, r Pr s Class Treas 3 br Play Beacon Ed The envy of all the girls has NHo1lywood eyelashesn and the tall good looks to go with them ELEANOR BOREK Elly Hobby Sports Ambition Radio Commen tator Basketball 1 2, Capt Beacon President Chorus Her only love is sports Cshe claimsl. Captain of the girls team--all around girl. 6- L V x H. ' y 1 n ' n y Q H '. ' L. . 1+ , "V al , 1 . U 1 , i Q l 3 .. ., 2 kvi 3 ,LP w 3 A. A. 1, ,M b YNY a n ' I LP . 'A 1 ' Q ' 1 ' 1 o o o ' asc AT . - ., - . . F.F. . , 3,L+ . F.T.A. e . h r. a M ' . A. A. 2 ' . H - A A n ' 1 n n 1 . ' h f ' , 3,b - A i L , 3 . Y DONALD WALTERS EARL REACH Don Syracuse Hobby S1ng1ng Hobby Photography and Danclng Amb1t10D Amb1t1on Englneer Eng1neer F F A Basketball 3 A Beacon Beacon F F A The gentleman w1th a flare for The guy from Syracuse who alrplanes, dances and females bombarded N R with h1s pleasant speaklng vo1ce and n1ce ways ANN LOUISE FISNE JEAN LEVAN 'Ann1e' nB1Pd16n Hobby Drawlng Hobby Readlng Amb1t1on Nurse Mysterles Amb1t1on Slnger Basketball l Chorus Chorus Beacon Sr Play Beacon Qulet, reserved, good as gold The mlschlevous 'Tom boyn who 1S a swell pal JOHN FAYOCAVITZ DONALD SMITH 'Jaken Smltty' Hobby Baseball Hobby Travellng Amb1t1on Sallor Amb1t1O Sallor Basketball L Sr Play A l 2, Beacon Baseball F F A l 2, Beacon Basketball Class Treas 2 1,2 Baseball 1 3 The fun lovlng shrlmp who puts V1ce Pres zest and humor 1nto all he under'The athlete who,S always on the takes' Jump especlally ln Engllsh class 7 n n n n af Fig U O O 2 , h b O O I A 1 1 f., A . A CO9 ,V I I , ' A. W . ' ,. . F.F. . , 3,h A 4 . . . , 3,b A ' ' 9391+ ' 1. A. A. , ,L - . i . . - . 2 V1ce pres Y, Y Y P h1s b1g overflowlng heart JOSEPH PHILLIPS MARION HUNTER Sylvest r Hobby Danclng F F A 1 2, Sr Play Baseball 2 3 Beacon Beacon laughlng brown eyes and danclng feet Sh alwa s read to hel w1th Sweet llttle glpl wlth V Class Flower Class Motto Class Colors Most Popular Dost Popular G1rl Boy Best Looklng G1rl Best Looklng Boy Pastlme Food Movle Song Bandleader Actress Actor Saf1ng hagazlne Class Sport Radlo Program Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte Favorlte FaVOT1te Favorlte Favorlte Pavorlte CLASS FA I 8... ORITES Yellow Rose Be Natural Yellow and Blue Eleanor Borek John Fayocavltz Al1ce Rodneg Wllllam Kresge D1n1ng, Danclng, Dr1v1ng Spaghettl S1tt1n Pretty You Can't Be True Dear Splke Jones Jean Craln Gregory Yeck ould 1f I Could, but I Can't Popular Sclence Physlcs Basketball It Pays To Be Ignorant V N 9 N 0 o 0 3 331+ o 1+ LP LP"H 7 ,I+ . M 4 .. , 3 Most Likely to Succeed Cleta Klipple and Earl Reach . . . . at I y CLASS PROPHECY NEWTON-RANSOM TID-BITS AUGUST 15, 1955 Mr William Kresge recently established a world speed record in his WBlue Streakn racer at Salt Flats, Utah Lt Comm Earl Reach who had gust completed a world cruise is now in charge of the Naval Station at San Francisco The Lockhead Aircraft Company will sign Mr Douglas Biesecker as chief designing engineer at their factory in Burbanks California Mr Richard Thompson and his charmin wife, the former Loretta Schultheis, celebrated their third wedding anniversary Friday The Carpenter's Union will hold its annual meeting Tuesday evening Doane Ayers will be the main speaker Toczko's nSpec1al Servicen G rage, 10th avenue, Chicago is owned and opera+ed by Harry Toczko who has completed special training at the University of Chicago Lister to C B S on Saturday night for the Hit Parade The star is that Nightingale, Jean Levan Niss Eleanor Borek has signed a two year contract as accordian soloist over W S C R Mr Donald Walters was named chief test pilot by the Aircraft Airlines at a banquet given in his honor at the Yates Hotel, New York City Joseph Phillips a second Boo Feller, signed a five year con tract with the New fork Yankees ior 430,000 a year Mrs Willard Chapple the former Cleta Klipple, has opened her commercial art school for private instruction at Rainbow Drive, California Romaine, operate one of the largest dairy farms in the state Road supervisor, Donald Smith, has recently purchased two new graders for use in Newton Township Irs Kenneth Howells, the iormer Alice Rodney, is now employed at the Bell Telephone Company in Scranton A dinner was held at Hotel Casey in honor of Liss Dolores Dubiak who has won the Pulitzer Award in wournalism hiss M rion Hunter announces the grand opening of her Green Leaf Tea Room loc ted on Main Street, Ransom, Pa The Boston Red Socks gain a new pitcner John F vocavitz who has been pitching for the New York Giants Mrs John Jones, formerly Jane Kreinberg, h s received a certificate of award for bein the best hair stylist in Lackawanna County lany cnan es nave taken pl ce in the State Hospit l Staff At the board meeting Vondav even ne, Iiss Ann Fisne was appointed nead of the Nurse Staff 9- , . i . . . , . . , O 0 . , . . E . , .f . a . . . s n 9 N . 1. L . , . I , . Mr. Charles Richter and his attractive and efficient wife, . J H . . N . . . 1' a ' Q ' g A Q ' ' , J . . . -- as . . A . N- a . g . X o I ' g ' A ' ' V' A ' ' . ' H at i Q 5' ' 1 . , J , S, . A ' CLASS HISTORY If memories are sweet food to the aging, let me grow old with them Of schooldays, like the time we bec me important to our own minds, anyway, when seventh, eighth, and ninth grades were new and exciting life was, indeed, a bowlful of cheeries, both sour and sweet ur sophomore year, which wa a hazy prelude to the two big years ahead, climaxed our eager waiting, for this advance ment A new year dawned in September our Junior year that was full of undreamed good times and work Mrs Reed ably sponsored the class in its many fields of activity, which included a corn roast at F1snes', turkey raffle at Thanlsgiving, the purchase of our rings, Christmas party and, of course, our eagerly awaited for Prom KNO, happy daysnj Another chapter of l1fe's pleasant memories closed at the end of our Junior year as we looked for ward to our most important school year our senior year Castles may tumble, but memories linger on and who can forget the year of l9b7 h8 when we embarked on a new Journey of life' busy road Charles Richter, who was chosen class President, proved very Vice President Doane Ayers, Secretary Cleta Klipple, Treasurer Douglas Biesecker, and Historian Delores Dubiak Activities in our senior year were a Jumble of chicken supper Kyummyl, our successful senior play l'nbU as nH6Fb16N should have been given an Oscarl, ice cream, candy, card sales and our banquets Diligent work on the 'Beaconn occupied the time of many Life may yet hold great moments, but none can ever dim or take the place of the pleasant memory of graduation night, when in tears and Joy, we said good by to an old life and journeyed out to make a new one On Monday, June seventh, we were once more reunited with our classmates and sponsor to travel to Washington on our most memor able event of school years The happy memories of school days will follow us through life to be reviewed time after time in sweet reminising CLASS WILL We dedicate to those who come after us our many troubles and Joys in the hope that they will engoy them as much as we have First, to Mr Lesher, our understanding principal, we leave a magic eye to see who is roaming the halls Second, to Mrs Reed, our beloved sponsor and friend to all we leave an automatic water sprinkler to water her plants 10 . Y . - ad . -- , 6 ' s X , - , f . . S faithful and earnest in his new office, as did his followers, . ,, . CJ- . f Third, to Miss Heinz, we bequeath a specially built filing system to keep her files in order. Fourth, to Mr. Zeiss, we bestow a television set to keep up with the happenings of the community. Fifth, to Mrs. Kitchen, we leave a four-leaf clover wishing her luck and happiness in the future. Sixth, to Mr. Rosati, we leave a sound movie projector to keep his classes interested. Seventh, to Miss Thomas, we bequeath a make-up kit for next year's senior play. Eighth, to Miss Landsiedel, we bestow a scrap book in which to place her notes of former years Ninth, to Mr Hopkins, we leave a garden plow which he has long desired Tenth, to Mr Phillips, we will a midget motor car to carry his health books to classes Eleventh, to Mr Bichler, we bestow an easy chair after his days' work is completed PERSONAL WILL First, Eleanor Borek wills her ability to be an able and good student to Charles Nazaleski Second, to Leo Fisne, Doane Ayers leaves his ability to get into mischief Third, Dolores Dublak wills her ability to get along with the teachers, to David Hunter Fourth, to Leo Spencer, Douglas Biesecker, leaves his romantic ideals concerning Clarks Green girls Fifth, Ann Fisne bequeaths ner ability to be a quiet and courteous student to Arthur Schmidt Sixth, to Henry Jones, John Fayocavitz, bestows his love for learning Seventh, Marion Hunter wills to Raymond Rubner, her agreeable nature Eighth, to Ralph Riviello Nilliam Kresge wills nis d re devil methods of driving Ninth, Cleta Ylipple, bequeaths her artistic abilitv to Arlene Richter Tenth to Clayton Finch, Joseph Phillips leaves his ur e to travel Eleventh, Jane Kreinburg wills to btanlew Phillips her low tone O1 voice Twelfth, to Wuriel Davies, Earl Reach bestows his heighth Thirteenth, to John Phillips, Charles Pichter bestows his masculine physique Fourteenth, Jean Levan bequeaths her fine ability of singing to Valera Phillips Filtee tn, lice Rodney leaves her feminine charns to Helen Iaciak Sixteenth, to Ray Devilio, Donald with leaves his ability to plav basketball Seventeenth, Loretta Scnultheis bestows her abillt to be true to one to Carol Woodrow Eighteentq, to Paul Coon, Ha ry loczko wills his ur e for Clarks Su mit girls Nineteenth, Donald lters bestows his eron utical ability to Andrey Borek H O . l . O . . . . I C U U O I . U . . . . v ' ' I . r . . . U . Q . I . . . , . I . , . . - . . . . U Y O . . . O v . . . C . . . V . . . , . h , Q do . r , . . . . . .L L I , . I ' cr , ' I . I . N V . . 'N .1 A n . O x . . H . . T' , A 1. . r . I ' 1 C .., . . F . . H rx A A I . . . l Q . - . t . . ,- Lili .., r Y I I .. . . . . V L E .1 0 . 'F' ' -'vx r f' ' F ' fv- , A .L ' L 6: I Q 0 . ,, LA -2 O ' V 'lJ.s ' ,. , ' ' ' ' . . .L no . cm ci " 'P w . .. - JUNIOR F1FSt Row 11l1PS, L huvhes, L Brlnk, C oodrow I oe Jacoby, L Yanle, L Sh1Ck Second Row r OSdtl Cosner, 1 hfers, Devl 10 Phllllps C Rowlands, L Nlnters Ihlrd Row evenson, H belfer, P Thorns, C Flnc ROVokOWSkl, oon QI fre o f Ldrteis, Q cond Pow lr LGlCS 1 1 ers hom e G Iuc er 1,11 V Roberts, xosexnr s ere Q Fnlrd wov i I3Zdl9SPl res J Q OCaVltZ, R H1VlE1 o Hunter Borer, ki re 19 . : I I I r O ' ffs 5-f I l O , I Q Ile-A G A. . X 'K N. ' : M . R ' ', J. Y. L. by R. L'1' , Jo 5 I . , q A "V T o 1 . I i . Z T. v , t X .lf ' . 11 n' . . h H. J ' ' P. Cf SQlE'fGRE First Row: F.Huggler, J.Yi1bpr, B.J.SchulLheis, K.Jones, H.J.1 U sg, C.4' -A A.H4rvler Je . : E . ' 's , 7.,y -, s.3l- 'M ll, . ' k , H,Y4 er .I S,T'- V ixw , R.F1 'd'y "' Y 2: 5.1 ' .', F.Js.1s. .Fmt ' ' .x' 'e-l D. ' , A.' fi L."s. FRESHMEN FIPSU Row M Jones, 1 Stephenson, M Keller, H I Cldk b DaV1eS J Wlnters, L Huggler, J LaCoe Second Row Mlss N Thomas, R Crossln, D Reed, W Thompson, H Yenla S Ph1ll1ps, R Rubner Thlrd Row D Beck, D Nlller, C Tazaleskm, A Peoples EIGHTH FRADE F1FSt Row Second Row Thlrd Row Lewls, H Dub r, M Davls, V Ielters, J onlth, 1 x Marshall, E Huggler, J Rlchards, J Hlchter Spercer, D Rlcherds, J Dawes, I neeler, F Yresfe Beyrent, E LaCoe, J regosh, A Schrldt, J ZOOFOVl n C Venderburg, L Cegelk Nr T Phllllps, W Bartels, E SCHhlth61S, J COFS9l1uS E Adams, N Hrlcenak, M Suprlck, R Rosercr nce,S o1mOn G Tlnsley, H Jone , , C L . 5 . : 9 0 o 0 via- i , -o Q I o o . . F - . a lo o 0 4 o 5 . . Q Q , . bn . : o o 1 0 'l - c I . Q 1 Q X 4 v , - 412 Y ' - 4. . .1 1 '--1 J 4 41 , .- I .E f fy 3 ' . s - , 0 f ' , ' T, I, C' ' 71 'l,, : his l a 0 QV. l 1 x'lnV . v . E, . . . .. - J ' - -11 Q 9 1 o Q ' 0-V Q X 3 J fi - ' 7 '. n 0 QU - 0 H u G 1 0 0 Q , . 1 . . - 1 A . . Q 4 n 0 o o u 1 . . I 0. 0 I o o H - Cl o . 0 0 S SEVENTH GRADE S15 1:1 'W F1FSt Row D Wheeler, D Rlchards, V Borek, 5 Dawes, N Dubar J Thomas, P Burke, I Beck Second Row M155 G Landsledel, C Bedell, L vlnters, D R1Cht9F H Kenla, F Borek, N ZUJkOWSkl, B Lucker, J Novakowsk Thlrd Row W Purdy, R LaCoe, P Evans, L Landsledel, N Lazuka D Roberts, N Rosencrance, F Green CHEERLEADERS FIFSE Row Lorralne Huggler, A1109 Jacoby, Dorothv Shlck, Janet f1ChC9F, Betty Jean Schulthels St ndlng Lols Nlnters 14 4 , . E - 'A - . 'ff 9 ' , . , X 0 4 ,s . , . . V 1 , , 4 ' f . 1 , ' . . 6 X. . . , 1 Xi , , 5 Q .K ' . .4 X , f 2 - 'X D, .f , 4. -, , f . , . . , ' I , D I I l C Q 1 J I I Q ,. H . y . . : a 0 0' o . Y . . , t 0 o 0 lo 0 . Q 1 . V .- 5 O O U I U . O O I . 1 i . 1 A K , 5 1 ' g - ,L 1 5 ' f 1 1 4 .- ii fi H li fi f' N M 1 Q 3 . Q s, A A M E 3 W ' A . 'A .. - f ' V - , C- V K ,, as I . A' ,x A , .4 .X A . 4 . . 1 . , . . . 1 J. 1 ' L . . 0 . , . Q a BOYS' BASKETBALL Front Row Rlchter B Faraday, D Blesecker, D Ayer D mlth Thomas Second Row L Spencer, C Nazaleskl, H Felker B Kresge, Front Row Second Row: Fayocavltz, T Phllllps, Coach GIRLS' BASKLTBALL LaCoe, J Cosner, V Phllllps, E Borek, L SchuTthe1s Ayers, L.Kan1a. Rowlands, M.Huggler, A.R1chter, M.Ayers, C.Woodrow Miller, C.Klipple, T.Ph1ll1ps, Coach. 15 , f- V 1 V 1, V A : C. ' , . - ' - S, -5' P. . . :A A -V V if f L 1 . ' X' L I 1 'Us ' Aw 1 5 A : 5. . I . ' ' . I -. M ' C . U . . FUIU L V MLLRS OF M EVICA Front how r Hopllns, T Stepnenson D Panter, D Beck, H Kenla econd mow 1hlFd how Ieoples, D need, D llller Heacn, J PQYOCQVILZ, J P VOCdV1tZ, R bdrdday FlHCk D vers, R QlV1SllO, R DGVlllO, C I 1ll1ps oon Ioczko, D Jl9SGC19T, D Rlcnter, w Presfe, D S 1th IHll7lTS, H Daz leskl, H NOVakOWSkl, J Phllllps BAND bront dow D nnlck, L Juggler, F hr sge, J LQCoe, C oodrow Cecond How ulNbT1df9, V alter J Cosner R Tovanow k1 P CoJn 16 ,, .--- 1- fn xy v F1 in " L. fn. . ,. - 1 . I A 0 - L O - , O A I O Q " 1 D 'XZ' n, 1 , ,H , Q " . '1 ' ' 'f . -V ' .- - 1. . U . IL. . ' . ul . , 4 ... X 1. . . . DLX. . U. AA, gLA, ol g ,3 ug 1. 1, N l.u n 1 . I . if. P. v ,N . 1 ,1 f Y wi. n A c 1 X a Yak 55 n Al. 1-, . . . F . . . , , . J. J. A' Q A 0 1 o f u 1 y- 3, . v l ' 'A' A 2 gn .A ,J Ko S J 0 00 0 'A .. " ,ff - ,,, .r. ,, .' ' Q ' U . LJ.u 1. .rv -.sg e Q n X v I O RANSOM BANNER FOOD STORE M De Glrolamo, Prop QUALITY rocerles Near Fresh Frults and Vegetables Candy Soda Tobacco Golden Quallty Ice Cream General B6FCh8Hd1S9 THE BIG SWING IS TO BANNER Esso Gas O11 Accesso 19 Rural Dry Cleanlng CALL FOR AND DELIVERY SERVICE 9 Maln Street Ransom Phone Hardlng 2O R 15 A . I 0 G . L .f S f N ' A S' r' s Shoe Repairing Hats Blocked 1 f' , Pa. f' 1 l - IIKK' of TIER Y OLP I x H SJ1 IT VTKLR Anotner fear an4 nvd1n t D Suwwlt Dlnor O'1g Pctl ci DS U GJ. er all' Your PF16Hd5 at tle DIA THQ 'Tif JAEV ' ' 1 ' ., D'L H, MA' ".- C .g H Klwtv The Seniors of Newton-Ransom High School As 'su'W Mft A91 ufff"s Meet X VLH Phones 6218 6219 6210 Route 6 11 SCRANTON PRODUCE COMPANY Wholesale COmm1SS1OH Merchants Fancy Fruits and Produce Car Load Lots a Speclalty 21 Lackawanna Avenue Scranton, Pa Clarks Summlt, Pa C T O Dlnlng Room Curb Serv1ce Phone 9117 R7 LeRoy H Sm1th,Prop V I R Y B A R B E C U E Honeymoon Reservatlons we Can Make Vour Reservatlons for Hotel Entertalnment lent C For Your Next UOlHE Away Trlg Wo Q6S9PV3tlOH Too Small or Too Larve Consult U R H Thompson Travel Bureau 621 Lackawanna Avenue martered Bus Servlce Scranton Pa Phone 2 H B SFR UL CONSTRUCTION CO Certlfled Concrete Dellvered Ready LlX9d 1one 2 3219 Scranton I.. 1 1 w l 1 1 ' ' Q99 AIR - BUS - STEANSHIP - TRAIN ' ' , . - . . ' O .,, , , . e.....1- . ll""+ PETTY'S FAIrLAJk STORE lsh To Thank The oohrunltf and The ohool For Past Favors and Ne Hope To Be Of Servlce In The Future hllwaokee and Pahson kortralt CONm9TCl I WILLIAIQ STJDIO Photography Phone Iooslc 90 205 Talh Street Qld For e Pa P Y- 1, 1 L V Tx, X V ,-, . f-1 f- 1 we .lu A' 1. ' T 5 -. Y 1 . 1 11 . IN w. V L A 4311- ' ""n . , ' ' ,.' . A L., . WP Y I 'A 3 W , ,v f , YA 1' V ., . 'X A E , - ........---V.,--- Y - - - J, Lr Uhfo rTP N H FU3lltj UFOCQTISS end Cold heats Frults and Fresh Vefetebles SoMnNTON LACFAWANNA COLLEGE oecretdrlal and Bus1ness Admlnlstratlon pproved bw Penns lvanle Buslness School ASQOC1dC1OD Mlth No l Ratlng Tnorougn Trelrlng for GI's As Well AS C1Vl1l8H Students 635 Llnden Street Screnton, Pa vw Q FAIHSQN l'PKET Q S. X A . l X A 276A Jackson Street Phone Scranton 30253 F" K rift - A X ' of O , . . . . . A J y ., . V ., . I F.A. . . . . U 4 kk U S Foute 6 RUBLRTQ GAPAGE General Repdlrlnv and eldlng msso Products Scnultzvllll Phone Clarks SUmW1t 267 hrs Alwa Roberts Prop OFFICIAL INSPLCTION QI TION PE GY'S AIHPOIF INN Scnultzvllle Iennd Hot and Cold Lunches FOUHEalH Servlce 'QBRVICE VITH A S ILEH ,A Y ,LZY42-xr I :fi-'L f v-, I V u . 1 , 'Y r . . A H. . X .X iv -1 1 I I I L I 1 . . , . ' ' f Y FT1 1' . U M I 1 . mfg.-. , W ' ' ' ' '7'1'i-'A 1 1 F' " 'i 'Q f ' 'J u , , . l f , 0 I 1 IN f , I 1 . . 4 4 - . y fx 1 f w A -X - , ' v u. N i 1 I 7- "Tv W--'W f- -if 1 I k 1 Pnone 33 JLLIAD J. DAVIS 9 SGH rurercl nlrectorc Taylor henna 2 loln Stree TVGO JQS LWdrk5 SJ wlt re MAL1mR STAGE Serwlce Stqtlon walter A Qtdae, rrop Ha Llre ACCSQSWFIQS LUbFlCQLlOH Qe vlce Vcedol O11 Ihone 9103 YQ Q ,. , A .. X1 ,. . ly L3 W' Ht, 1-, , 0 W x ' Y N' '- X ' , J. jp Pnr-1 '. A . U, r H ' . U W , W - , ww ' F .,h.- g .4. '4.A 4. , A1 O ,T,. A . x X v . . f, . f , Y, J. t THE ABINGTON VATIONAL BANK Clarks Sumnit General Banklng We Sollclt The Opportunlt To Serve You Nember Federal D6POS1C Insurance Corroratlon Clarks Summlt COOPQFGCIVS G L F SLRVICW reeds F6FClllZGFS, Seeds, Farm SdFDll6S rhone 520 Clarks Sunnlt, Pa N. 1 , Pa, . . . U J U . J . Compliments of the Patrons , r x II ' TW ' 1 11' ' . THE ABINGTUP kAllONAL BANK Clerks SUVNlC Pa General Banklng We Sollclt The Opportunlt Serve You lember Federal DGPOSIC Insurance bor OF3tlOH Clarks Suwrlt Cooperatlve G L F SnRVlCV leeds P9FC1llZ9FS, Seeds, Farm SdPDll9S fhore S20 Clerrs SUTUlC, ra 1 1 T'm h AN A 1. l , 9 , . . . Y To I ' e ' ' p ' Compliments of une Patrons 7 All. f . 9 IX W '1 . TN 'P K n.' ' . RALPH WINTRRS Mlne Tlmber and Coal Phone Hardlng 2OR 13 Ransom, Pa THOTPSON'S DAIRV FARM Pasteurlzed hllk Farm Products Eggs and Poultry Phone 229R 16 Clarks oumwlt Newton, fa hember F T D Phon 6 BEST WISHES The Class of 19b8 Wm W JORLS R SONS Florlsts 224 Unlon Street Taylor, Pa One Store Only Edgar D Jones B111 Jones J Davls John Sulrvor DAVIS K SULTZER Funeral Dlrectors Bell Phone b5 2 North Naln Street Taylor, Pa - :Quinny ,-., . T A C' -' 1 . . . e 35 To 0 ' . "J To Tl' . , I I 1 5 1 ' S ' Jr. -- - YYYY 5 '--- - W. E. NAYLOR Garage LAURENZ1 VV- Pompey Laurenzi, Prop, 1 gs 5 . Famous for Home Made Pizza 5 Every Nlght A A A Towlng I lg Mond y to Saturday Regular Dlnners Short Orders and Sandwlches 860 Baln Street Duryea, Pa Across Home Theater Phone MOOS1C 965 or 9186 Phone NOOS1C Slh Old Forge, Pa For Quallt Clothes Shop At FRlEDMAN'S Rellable Slnce 1897 Clothes For The hntlre Famlly At Bly S8VlHgS 1 Fr1edman's Corners Taylor, Ia Phone Tailor 120 B WTLLARD TAG FUTD1tuFG 113 South haln Scranton, Pa Phone 2 8359 UE Avenue I E I I A I I K A Q 1. Y , - -u I! 1 ' . X rr w J I 1 L R I O S I1 Funeral Director my 1 I i P . . . i l E 'x 1 1 W X .,J . 1 lg T . A - I I , 1 ' - TOA TAYLOR Sportlng oods Store 537 Llnden Street STANLBV CZVRYAS Florlst Flowers For All Occaslons Funeral and Jeddlng Bouquets a Speclallty Phone Taylor 18A Rendham Taylor, Pa GORDON'S Furnlture Store Kelvlnator Refrlgerators Home Freezers Electrlc Ranges Floor COVeF1HgS 125 South Maln Street Taylor, Pa Phone 61 We SO11C1t Your Patronage Good Food and Courteous Walters Southern Prled Chlcken A Speclalty PARK BAR B Q Barbecue Sandwlches Lunches Dlrners Fountaln and Curb Servlce Route 6 ll North Chlnchllla. Pa. Dwlght Isenberg, Prop - l il I ,T ' . n . , J 4 'A . Scranton, Pa. llOl South Main Street HERMAN W. COLE, JR. Funeral Home Clarks Summit, Ambulance Service Phone noe Twenty Five Years Farm and Home Service Gliver--Cletrac Allis Chalmers Myers James Star DeLaval ELECTRIC APPLIAECE CENTER Phone 152 Clarks Summit, Pa Compliments NENTON RANSOM BASEBALL CLUB MEMBERS Vita Var Paints and Varnishes Complete Line Carried At All Offlcers Times At The Right Price Elmer Schultheis Pres Melvin LaCoe Secretar Emma Faraday Treasurer Y L w BUNNELL Ralph Beck Business hgr Phone l67 Rudolnh Vanvo Coach Arthur Faraday Sr Ngr Clarks Snnwlg Pa ' Pa. Y L 1 - . of . f' A . ' ' A W . , . . o I O . . N , .I 1 s H 0 L 0 ILL. , , I if KEhN'S IifRAACY Jonald S Ieen Prop TRL REXALL STORE 312 South State Street Compllments GRAND UNION Clarke SUmm1t Selmer, Leon and Carl Sampson PFOpF1GtOTS MORGAN HIGHWAY GARAGE Auto Repalrlng Phone Clarks Summlt 337 R lb l Box Scranton, Pa HARRY CLARK Table and Curb Servlce Open All Year Representlng MOTHER'S Bread, Ples and Cakes Phone Scranton A lO32 Falls, P ' R A C ' of I I - ' , Pa. Clarks Summit, Pa. - I I l R. D. 66 - , I ' R. D. 1 a. I You Are Now Faced Wlth The host Important D6C1SlOn of Your Llfe Chooslng A Career Before you make yodr flnal cholce, lt would pay you to look 1nto the wonderful opporturltles that are before you 1U the UNITED STATES ARNY and UNITED STATES AIR FORCE U S Army and U S A1r Force Recrultlng Statlons Borough Bldg 332 Lacka Ave Old Forge, Pa cranton, Pa WALLACE J LaCOE All K1HdS Of Insurance A06 Brooks Bulldlng Pnone 6273 Scranton 3, Pa H CORSELIUS A SON Case Tractors Implements New Idea Equlpment Rlte Way Mllkers Hot Water Heaters Good Year Tlres Clarks Summlt, Phone ZAO R 15 QNH8 QPIQQ 'k0Y'Ez Clarks Summa Q ur- dslor-f maui mer-cl-xcsndnse, as ldv- er- flfrcm evo.:- IPFICLS are m Lcnglon Plumbln 4' Hcdfmd George Bs-a 4:iam,'Po-op 'Phone 212 lcu-Rs ummihpa- I , - , . . .. I U I A I to I at I N D' V '15 . 1 O of s ' g .- . ' -R'gl-Hc - i .e R. D. 2 ' Pa. i . ' c S I .J rg clara QCP erafors omplsmznfs of dm, O gamma S 'Eaves or cm l"ldr-clwcire. Tfzxlor, 4 'l Cdl-+GaC'. noon Feder l-lcxelwe weqaers Horger' r-08 dl-GY lor' H C SNCQPC J -fm qi-ln DeS io Car-.1 HSC 39 ed Q cull'-lasl-mrs ld Ee 6s,PdY awe! Ollie S D ug .Slore Otfo J Zcmg 'Pr to IOS Souih lvlcssn 5-ln-asf lq lor' pq ash Pa cl lulze Green Ycllo Golhle. elly Frei. Erlrmmafcs PCNYIGN Q GISAQU I4-I Hddffls Swan on, Second F loos- omplumenfs Q lm for1Gl ss crvacc Plfxohz 59l R 3 YOO Davls Clarks Summa f, P ample, e, l. ne, o-ll gwglg-7 l-lar b Krauss J cly Wal ln Cl ll. Parma 408Sfa4c.Sf .Decker 15533 Cla ks Sum:-nf pq and-F-allug l k F J 23Ye 8 ll 9 en e. ewlzon s C1Y'lD6I" OP Ho mos god-mam, Q? I C , F I I E lg lj r M 8 Y P . I ' 9 -'Rib on o a omlal fi' Q1 l J S See. E . C l I for H- - , -Pc. lhl g ' ' "" "' V'por ' lmld-T12 izvghiircu riaegrigeragnm -B B . P1 ., - 0 Jewelers 1 - u Flu. -E Ra. 30 ' ff! 9 C l 'F r . U , 0 0 A 8 cn S ' 'Y f ' 1 .,. + .1 N , cw r ' L U- Qc. H I ' . B G, r ,COE s'?g. :Hrs 'f B 'PP . Eckel Good Fond Quick Strwicc, Regular-Dsl-an er-s -Sheri Crders OH For-ge .Bus Tirmfnal 2,17 SOWU-x Nam Sf Qld Forge,-Pa :Pl-gent. ooslc 9190 Lembons -Restaurant YQIPI1 Smith Qgencf Far-m+ Qwfo Lldbll itat Insu ra nas R D? I Clarks Sun-mm 1t,Pa oslaur-gs Sec-vncc, 'batman Tntvsecinon of Q n Hghwa dnd aura. Frank VOCbUPg,.R'9P Cid? ks SQmH1u'k, 'PQ PATRONS Mary Newman Mr and Mrs Ira LaCoe El1zabeth Rlchter N P Co n and 1 and LP and and Mrs s Mrs Mrs Loren Mlller Herman Rosat1 Thomas Phllllps Robert Reese Mlss Gertrude Landsledel Mlss Margaret Thomas Mlss Norrle Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Helnz Howard Champlaln Claude Barnes Robert Hopklns Mr and Mrs Mllton Balnbrldgt Mlss Olga Pregmon Mlss Phennle Mrs 'r r Leo Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Ralph M and and and and and and Mrs rs Mrs hrs Ars Mrs S T Lesher Amos Reed Smlth Wm Mears Walter Kllpple Clarence kltchen Andrew Borek Harold Ames Frank Schulthels Schulthels and Mrs J W Kllpple . ', O 5 I . A nr X!! , . fs . U M z Y R G '. . o Mr. . . . Mr. . ' Mr. . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mazaleski Mr. . Wm. E. Zeiss Nr. Mr . ' . . ' N . . ' ' Mr. '. . Mr. . Mr. M .. ' ' ' Mr. ' . " ' L . I . ' ' ' M . I . , ' , ' . MT- A Q. . John ward P1165 Cwartz T Ode Ralph Smalsa Mr and hrs Raymond Bedell Clendon Shaffer Mary Nlll18mS I1ss Alice Flsk Mr and Drs John Cooper hrs Helen Borek Mr and Vrs Cene Bedell Mary Lou Avers Shllley Blackwell Lol tatoe MllC6 PHllllfS larlor Jones J 1 l 5 Ro encr n Lols Jlnters Arlene E Rlchter Carol Woodrow Alyce Jacoby Dorothy Schlck 6 Roth Black Lucllle Brlnk Lorralne C Kanla Edlth Mlll6F Jane Cosner Teo spencer Raj Novakowskl Grace Lucker Paul Coon lhowas Stephenson Howard Felker lafton Flnch a mond DeF1l1O Wettv Jean Schulthels lured duvgler a f Jane Cregosh da Poberts Jo n Wllbur adge Avers Ph l Thomas uOlS Pughes Genevleve Koerner ., l ., l Y -, Y i,,,Y..,. N, ,, Y 7 s BUQSTERS ' ' A 1' A fx 5. . . 4 LJ G. . ll " . ' ' ' . . I . x' n i V. Q Q F 1 . 3 . A . U JJ 3 . . X . VZ. u-L , . 5 0 1 0 1 . ' M xr f 7 Q 1 0 1 o F ' F .., ' U Charlotte Rowlands John Phillips . A F X" . . - C, Y ,. rw Q ' D . Q 4.1 , f ' ' ' wx M4 "V Y , A ,ati , C, ' . N mf 1-3 ' A Ch'r ef I s-A anc Yali . ' 'n' ' T . 7' Y G. 1 0 A ul U i .' T ' I . I u A Seright Publication Bureau 4 School Service A IJNCOLN 8, KA Printed Annual! - Lithographed Annuals - Mimeegraph Annuals - Covers - Stencils - Invitations -.Cards Annual .sf Paper surf Awards m mam N -mpmes


Suggestions in the Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) collection:

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 8

1948, pg 8

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 33

1948, pg 33

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 39

1948, pg 39

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 18

1948, pg 18

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 37

1948, pg 37

Newton Ransom High School - Beacon Yearbook (Clarks Summit, PA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 29

1948, pg 29

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.