North East High School - Aquilo Yearbook (North East, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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J - .fr 71+ in 4 :ln 12 , - , .U L ,.. ,jf ,- inc? x.-Q if ...J S4 y if The Vineyards is a Theme ThaT is well lcnown To all of you in This school buT perhaps we should enlarge upon The relaTionship beTween The vineyards and The sTudenTs of high school. The AdminisTraTion Trains and makes ready The growing vines, symbolic of The underclassmen. Various School AcTiviTies and AThleTics ThroughouT The Tour years help The sTudenT To become a finished pro- ducT. ready Tor G'racluaTion. By placing The p.icTures of The Senior Class of 'Sl aT The lasT of The book, we are noT honoring Them less, bu.T we are Trying To porTray The seniors as The HarvesT of Tour years of high school. i F ORE WORD The Edilors and Slaff of lhe '5l Aquilo presenl lhis year's Annual fo lhe sludenl body and facully of Norlh Easl High School as repre- senlalive of our Senior Class. Our lheme 'fhis year is "The Vineyards" in an efforl +0 porlray lhe grape induslry which is so greal a parl of Norlh Easl's enlerprise. We are comparing 'rhe passing of a sludienl lhrough high school lo fhe growing of grapes from lhe plainling lo harvesl, honoring bolh our greal induslry. and educalion. ll is difficull +o include in lhe limiled pages of lhis book all our experiences and aclivilies whlile in school. birl everyone concerned has done his besl lo make lhe book whal if should mean lo us and lhe resl of lhe school. We would like lo lhank all 'those who have helped lo make lhis Aquilo a success. especially Miss Parker. who has willingly given her experi- enced aid: Mr. Davis. for his financial advice: Miss Harrison, who pre- pared lhe prinled copy. and all olhers who conlriburled in any way lo lhe Aquilo. THE EDITORS CCNTENTS Administration Activities Athletics Underclassmen Senior Class Leisure Advertisements Declicafion To Miss Marian Simmons as Teacher of mafhemalics for her many suqgesfions on sludenl acrivilies, and for her oiifslandino ellorls in promofinq dramalics in Norlh Edsf Hioh School, the Class ol l95l proudly dedioales This Afiuilo. As .1 Tcsacher, Wliss Simmons is palienf wirh us: she has given helplul suoqesfions in sludenr acrivilies wirh xinlniling qood humor. Las? blll no? leasl, lvliss Simmons has aroused sludenT inleresl in dramalics: buf we know it has been Throiioh her long hours devoted To rehearsals kind slaqinq Thal we have been able To presenr several plfiys and assemblies yearly. With This dedicalion, we vviinl To say "Thank yoii, Miss Simmons." '..wy. .iv .V ,. ,I 1 1' ,Nqw mmwin I ' Qisif, , x Wx " "Lx"-f.,,,,,,-,q wflwml ' 'Q-wr" . .-1 Ayn . wEAK,'m-.W :n-: qs, 9' -wc' xp ' , '5"'W', ,Z Asfqi A -,.... C 1' ' 'F-ACM. i ... ..,,.. rl Nfl. 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Davis Board of Education Mr. Kennerh Bosrwick Mr. Raymond Mead Mr.- Theodore Sprague Mr. l-larry Thompson C. Hill F. Adams Mrs. Flizaberh Sceiford Mr. Donald G. Norris Mr. James P. Bryan Mr. Daniel Thomson BEATRICE HARRISON Commercial Soir voice . . . Thal look when handing ou? fardy slips . . . chases kids To sfudy hall . . . calm disposilion. ELSIE SMITH Home Economics llenienl vvilh slu- denfs . . . cufe clolhes . . . nolorius laugh . . . loud voice . . . lhose stories in Consumers. Faculfy JOAN McCHESNEY Commercial Hearfy laugh .... makes a good Indian chief . . . wears a dia- mond . . . good Y-Teen adviser. ROY FO RDYCE Agricullure "Pop". . . liked by , everyone . . . F. ii A. baskelball coach . . . lalher To The Ag boys, NORA SHERIDAN English New Senior home room Teacher . . . Thai bell... . . . gel 'rhosie excuse blanks in or else . . . ad- visor To Grapevine. JOHN DeLONG Social sludies. Guidance New This year . . . de- bafe coach . . . embar- rassmenf in class one day . . . Tall and handsome . . marks very lowl FRANCES PARKER English, American His- lory, Guidance Reads a lol . . . silly giggle . . . affracfive . . . capable Aguilo advisor . . likes To Talk. LOIS LEHNERT Lalin, Spanish, English lvlarried lasT summer . . . Those home--cioolsed meals . . . ThaT sixTh period Class , . . Chums wilh Sim- mons. lVlARlAN SIMMONS lV1aThemaTics L Wliich one is iT7 . . . lives aT A The Playhouse . . .gives hard TesTsl . , . discussions vviTh DeLong . . . fiifaiessful plays. HELEN GORNDT Ari Always willing To help . . , pa- TienT . , . Trouble wiTh school slcip- pfsrs , . , has new helper. FREDERICK SERFF Music and English in STANLEY RALSTON Science, HisTory, Driver Training Always pracTicing psychology . . ' eaTsaloT...hasapennybox... geTTing gray over drivers' Training messy room. STar Tenor . . . TaTher ol Two. W Time in band' now , , . Tlashy Ties . . . vvhaT a SAL HAROLD MacTARNAGHAN Science Sees and hears all . . . Those long assignmenTs . 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Roaclwe EDITORS C, Ivluscarella, J. Slurdivanl, D. Palermo Personal Eclifors Aclverlising Edilors C. Taylor, P. Salem, I-I. Hollisler, C. Valorme, B. Ivllller, D. Clwriesl, S. Elabnrqer C. ST. Clair LITERARY EDITORS F. Fisher, S. Palermo, E. Welch, C. Karslmg Sealed: S. Somers The Grapevine Flrst Row: P. Salon, S. Palermo, M. Villa, MQ Youngs, S. Anderson, J. Post, D. Chrlest, PJ Laddy, M. Llchtenfeld, J. Gibbs, E. Eades, J. Cornmesser. Second Row: M. Hlnkler, C. St. Clair, M. Gill, J., Feldler, E. Keep., B. Miller, M. McCoy, J. Weaver, D. Bryson, C. MacTarnazhan. J. Hopkins, S. Souers. Third Row: D. Dumond. E. Klng, J. Rlefstahl, Nu Alcom, K. Kozlowski, A. McGowan, A. Gra- bowskl, J. Montgomery, B. Bemlss, J. Desln, J. Elabarger, T. Decker. Fourth Row: R. Case, J. Villa, J. Schuster, D. Bryson,i C. Homer, D. Eaton, J. Alonge, CI. Halloran, J. Alcorn, M. Rohman, R.. Haslett, G. Scelford, C. Taylor, H. Hollister. Flfth Row: T. St. Clair. W. Pulling, C. Vnlone, S. Elabarger. R. Seaman, E. Rein, G. Budd, J. Luke, W. Stemple, R. Davis. Published by the Students ot North East High School DOLORES CHRIEST. Editor-in'-Chiet Assistant Editors ................ ............... - - -Charles Valone, Eleanor Keep Advertising Managers ,- .................. ..... S hirley Palermo. l-lerbert Hollister Business Manager ..................,......................... Raymond Seaman Circulating Managers .................. ........,.. P eggy Salen. Steve Elabarger Exchange Manager ................ i ...........-.................. Janis Eeidler Sport Managers ....................,..,, James Villa, Charles Taylor. Mildred Villa Faculty Advisor ,,..--,, .................................. M iss Nora Sheridan "Let's have more Scuttlebuttf' "Am l glad I b-ought my subscription." Monthly statt meeting prior to each edition . . . Three issues ot eight pages and tive issues ol six-page editions . . . Second annual "Friendship Dance" was very successful . . . Subscription campaign went over IOOWJ with majority ot students taking part ...i Campaigned for Student Council and held student election to decide the opinion ot the students on "Grapepickers." l-lomeroiom reporters did a great job in getting in material to make "Scuttlebutt" the longest column ever. 'Circulation statt did a swell job in distributing the paper willingly and promptly, Miss l-larrison and the Typing ll classes certainly deserve a pat on the back tor a ditticult task beautifully done. ln tact, without the loyal support ot the student body, taculty. and Mr. Davis, the paper never, would have been put on sale on time. Everyone was a great help in vvriting articles, "dreaming up" iew ideas. folding and selling the paper, and most ot all backing the "Grapevine" all the way. To Miss Sheridan. l say "Thank You." lt was a oriviledge to work with you, and the "Grapevine" was a better paper because ot your fine guidance. Dolores Chriest, Editor Page Thirteen Y-Teens Flrst Row: M. Healy, G. Snell, M. Hlnkler, E. Farver, E. King, S. Souers.. B. Miller. F. Parmenter, C. Semelka, J. Mead, S. Dickson, J. Halloran, P. Schultz, J. Hunt. Second Row: B. Lepley, J. Roache, R. Case, P. Allen, A. Moyer, M., Lichtenfeld. .I. Gibbs, B. Althof, J. Elnbarger, .l. Alonge, M. Beebe, C. MncTnrnaghan. Thlrd Row: P. Salen, M. Welnhelmer, .I. Post, D. Cowley, S. Whltney, A. Harrison, J. Montgomery, C. Homer, D. Bryson, P. Klmmey, S. Palermo, M. Villa., P. Polltz. Fourth Row: M. McCoy, J. Bailey, C. Mecklen, C. St. Clair, Mi, Grelder. J. Desin, L. Bartlett.. L. Northrup, M. McClellan, H. Rizzo, R. Peck, E. Keep. Fifth Row. A. McGowen,, M. Gill, J. Feldler, D. Chriest, P. Laddy, J. Van Gelsen, A. FltzPut- rick, M. Paschke, M. Youngs, I. Fields, .l. Cornmesser, .l. Rlefstahl. Slxth Row: J. Alconl, E. Welch, J. Weaver, S. Lick, K. Biehnken, D. Welngnrd, E. Yost, C. Johnson, P. Loucks, E. Eades, J. Tumer, E. Puscheck. Advisor: Joan lVlcChesney Vice PresidenT: Maxine Hinlrler President Claire ST. Clair Se-creTary3 Donna Weingard Treasurer: Alice l:iTzPaTricl4 The Y-Teens This year c:onsisTed ol eighTy-Three members, Miss lVlcChesney. our new advisor. and our ollicers who have worked hard To make This years a successful one. For our iniTiaTion we had an Indian Pow-Wow: This was someThing diTTerenT from oTher years and was enjoyed by all. Some of The oTher Things we did were . . . con- TribuTed Tien dollars To Car-2 Tor a Care Package , . . had a SecreT l-learTs Week around ValenTine's Day . . . had a very successlul and beauTiTul Fall Tri . . , collecTed money Tor The l-learT Campaign , . . we have Tried several Times To have a Splash ParTy and every Time The plans have been ruined buT we sTill plan on having one . . . plans are now being made Tor The Spring Tri. Donna Weingard Page ITozi1'lc0n Student Activities Council Adviser: Earle C. Davis Chairman: Ray Seaman Vic-e Chairman: Frank Todd iecreTary: Jo Anne STurdivanT The STudenT AcTiviTies Council was organized on February 22, I95I. The Two members aT large are Claire ST. Clair and Frank Fisher. The main purpose oT This new council is To carry ouT proie-cTs ThaT will be-neTiT The school, The sTudenTs, and The TaculTy. Some oT The proiecTs underTaken by The coun- cil are The prornoTion oT The class baskeTball games, The weekly news oT lNlorTh EasT l-ligh in The Erie papers, The Tlag raising, and The plans Tor assembly seaTing. The STudenT AcTiviTies Council Takes The place and responsibiliTies oT The Tormier AThIeTic Council. IT is hoped ThaT This new organizaTion will be acTive and eTTecTive so ThaT iT will be conTinued in The years To come. Jo Anne STurdivanT X Front Row: R. Yost, W. Taccone, F. Todd, R. Seaman, J. Sturdivant, F. Fisher, R. Davis. Second row: W. Pulling, C. Muscarella, C. St. Clair, E. Orton, .l. Halloran, C. Mac Tamaghan. Page l"1'frccn Spanish Club Adviser: Mrs. Lois l.ehnerT El Vico Preside-nTe, Jack SchusTer Pl PresidenTe: Wilfred VOQT El SecreTario y Tesorero: Donald Dumoni The bigqesT program oT The Spanish C lub was To raise money Tor a banquet The club sponsored The movie, "Canadian PaciTic." which was enioyed by The hole sTiidenT body. Helena Rizzo held a spagheTTi supp er Tor The Spanish ll Class. Latin Club Jack SchusTer Flrst Row: K. Behr ken. M. McClellan, l Northrup. J. Alcorn, I Rizzo. Second Row: M. Gll M. McCoy, A. McGowei E. Keep, C. St. Clalr. Third Row: D. Di mond, .I. Schuster, N. I-lei derson, C. Karsh. Fourth Row: W. Vog S. Vella, D. Wllks, I Case. First Row: B. Thom son, E. Ferguson, S. Bemis B. Ward, P. Enrll, M. Ber J. Halloran. Second Row: C. Mcc len, J. Montgomery, E. Ta ner, J. Hopkins, S. Dlckso J. Wagner. Third Row: M. 'Ihom son, C. Homer, B. Beml: D. Bryson. M. Cambria, lrlsh. Fourth Row: F. Plcl er, J. Helfrich. R. Caruali W. Pulling, W. Swift, Dumond, T. St. Clair. Scelford. Advisor: lvlrs. l.ehnerT Vice PresidenT, Janice lolalloran PresidenT, Tom ST. Clair SecreTary3 Jean lvlonTgomery Treasurer: ,lon Dumond The LaTin Club This year has been very acTive. We have had Two successT parTies, one oT which was a box social. Wesponsored a movie "Mr, Belvedere Goi To College" which was said To be one of The besT This year, lT was greaTly e joyed by everyone. The members parTicipaTed' very well in The candy sale we sponsored and v made oiiifre a large proTiT on This account VVe plan To have a picnic aT The end i The year. This oughT To go over Tine wiTh The cooperaTion of The members and o bulging Treasury. Jean lvlonTgomery BAND We did noT form a club This year, so we have no oTTicers . ., . had' Tuni play-ing aT The TooTbaIl games . . . will never TorgeT our Trip To The PoTaTo Bowl Game in Corry. when we nearly froze To deaTh . . . The percussion group was gukte The jazz session . . . our phoTography projecT didn'T work ouT very well . . . enioyed playing in The annual spring c-oncerT . . . had Tun aT The CounTy Music FesTival in Lawrence Park . . We exTend our Thanks To Mr. Serff Tor his coope-raTion and paTience during The year, Claire ST. Clair we-,. - sf. ' ' ......... W-.I 5. gc., -1 -mar---f . . , Qi. ,.V , ,. .--, .. .. ,, . , i ., ,, . , nn f .A 1 . Flrst Row: E. Long, B. Shelley, J. Montgomery, B. Ward, R. Henderson. S. Mayturn. Second Row: C. MacTamnghan. E. Puscheck R. C T L. Northrnp. . arunna, . St.. Clair, D. Bryson, B. Thompson, Third Row: F. Serff-Band Leader, L. Smith, G. Peek, C, Homer. J. Turner, M. Thompson, R. Haslett, D. Wllks. Fourth Row: C. Bissell, H. Artllp, D. Bryson. J. Maytum, W. Cook. F. Todd, E. Hunt, T. Hatfield. Page Sevmztecu Future Homemakers of America Adviser: Miss Elsie SmiTh SecreTary: Elizalo-eTh Long PresidenT: Analee Youngs Treasurer: Marie Youngs Vice President Leona BarTleTT ReporTer: Marie Youngs HisTorian: Marilyn Paschke The FuTure l-lomemalcers oT America had a membership oT sevenTy-Tour This year, During This year we had several acTiviTies: ln QcToher. Tive girls wenT To Indiana To The Regional ConvenTion. They all had a good Time.. ln November we had a SpagheTTi supper which was open To The public. During TooTball and baskeTball season. hoT-dogs and pop were sold. ln January we elecTed' nominees Tor sTaTe F, H. A. of- ficers who wenT To The sTaTe convenTion aT PiTTsburgh in April. Qur April meeTing was fin inTeresTing one. Vile had a loeauTy d'emonsTraTion on choosing correcT color and The applicaTion ol c-osmeTics. We feel ThaT we learned a loT. ln May we had a farewell parTy for The Senior girls of The F. l-l. A. We wish Them The besT of luck in The TuTure. Elizab.eTh Long F. H. A. ..........qi- Flrst Row: R. Blshop, L. Bisbee. E. Long. M. McClellan, L. Northrup. J. Hunt, A. Moyer, S. Anderson, R. Henderson, P. Schultz, S. Souers, F. Parmenter, H. McGuire. Second Row: G. Relman. .I. Kramer, B. Doolittle, B. Lepley.. W. Hancock. V. Greenman, A. Hartl- son, N. Alcorn. A. Grabowskl. E. Goodenow, M. Llchtenfeld, J. Gibbs, M. Pnschke, E. Yost, J. Murray. J. Beach. Thlrd Row: E. King.. M. Hlnkler, M. Villa, S. a ermo. . y J. Sturdlvnnt, P. Lmldy. J. Van Glesen, D. Michaels. P l M Heal . L. Bartlett, J. Post, P. Salon, M. Youngs, F th Row: E. Baker, K. Kozlowskl, J. Rlefstahl, T. Decker. R. Case, P. Allen. M. Relman, our T. Anderson, B. Thornton, L. Post, A. Youngs, I. Fields. M. Thompson. Page Eighteen Mixed Chorus ' First Row: K. liehn l ken, .l. Rouche, II. Rizzo J. Alcorn, L. Northrop, 1' Sugden. .l. Mend, .l. Mont i gomery, C. Swedfnhjelm. ley, P. Allen, l'. Klmmey ls-tt, M. Healy, R. Albert E. Puscheck, R. Bishop. Thlrd Row: C. St Clair, M. Youngs, E. Keep M. Puschke, li. Althof, M Cornmesser, N. Alcorn. Tarnnghan, E. Yost, l'. Politz, S. Palermo 'VI ler, .l. l-eldlerf M. Gill, R, Sosnowski. Fifth Row: C. Bissell, E. Rein. F. Todd. R. ll's- lett. H. Artlip, R. Case, M. Rodencal, A. Conn, R. llllee, T. Hatfield. First Row: .l. Mur- r.1y, B. Cramer, S. liemiss, H. Ward, l-Z. Ferguson, P Ezlrll, H. Mcliulre , ll Thompson. Second Row: ll. liur- dick. W. Hancock, .l. Krum- er, M. Thompson, K. Koz- loski, E. Baker, V. Green- man. Third Row: .l. Wunzf, B. Thompson, L. Le Suer, J. Schultz, P. Valone, IJ. Decker, E. lrlsh, .l. Wag- ner. Fourth Row: U. Mun- ges, W. Pulling, li. Yost. R. Curuunn, W. Swift. ll. Du Foss:-, .l. Smith. Nlnth Grade Chorus The work oT The choruses under The dire .T' T lyl successTul. C :oh o r. SerTT has been very Mixed chorus meeTs Twice a weeln and The NihTh Grade Chorus meeTs once A week To pracTice on our numb-ers we ihiehd To use ih The Spring Concert Among our TavoriTes are "WhiTe in The Moon The Long Road Lies", and "NaTure's Praise To God". VViTh These and "Q Sole Mio" and "lVlihlqa", which Tue NihTh Guido Qhorus 3mTehds To use, our cohcerT should be yery enjoyable This year. We wish To Thank lvlr. SerTT and Claire ST. Clair, our accompanist who so will- ingly gave us Their Time and aTTehTioh To make a successTul '50 and 'Sl musical year. llelehfi Riwo Prigr ,VllIFft'I'l1 Second Row: Il. Lep- L. long. .l. 'lurr.er. l.. Bart- Q Thompson, .l. lmilev. .lf Eluburger, l-I. Endes. .l. Fourth Row: F. llluz- Z21, B. wvalling, C. Manc- Greider, P. sam-n. M. illinikl Junior Dramatic Club Flrst Row: P. Schultz, A. Grabowskl, S. Anderson, P. Earll, M. Berg. E. Ferguson, E. Long, E. Baker, B. Ward.. J. Lewis, B Cramer, C. MacTarnaghan, B. Althof. Second Row: R. Albert, F. Betts, B. Thompson, J. Montgomery, J. Kramer, J.. Hopkins, B. Thompson, A. Moyer, M. Boll,i J. Beach, S. Dlckson, B. Shelley, J. Wagner, J. Turner, E. Puscheck, M. Cumbria. Third Row: R. Case, P. Allen, B. Lepley, B. Walling. W. Decker, .l. Mend, .l. Murrow P.. Valone. C. Mecklen, S. Bemlss, D. Bryson. J. Hallorang J. Bailey. Fourth Row: M. Thompson, J. Wunz, J. Schultz, .l. Desln, M. Grleder, I. Fields, T. Anderson, C. llumer, D. Eaton, B. Bemlss, P. Polltz, R. Peck. J. Elabarger. l-'lfth Row: W. Stemple, R. Betts, R. Duvls, W. Beardsley, R. Gibbs, M. Dalley. W. Cook. J. Stemple, W. Pulllng, W. Swift. G. Scelford, R. Travis, J. Eades. Sixth Row: L. Smith, J. Smlth, R. DuFosee, R.. Spacht, G. Marx, W. Greenwalt. R. Canxana, T. St. Clulr, J. Dumond, D. Bryson. N. Phanco, J. Mayturn, R. Chesley. Adviser: lvliss Marian Simmons Vice-President Beverly Bemiss PresidenT: Tom ST. Claire SecreTary: PaTTy PoliTz Treasurer: Richard Davis Qur TirsT meeTinq was held on OcTober 25, and aT The meeTing we decided To aTTend The Playhouse To see "Good-bye My Fancyn, A liTTle parTy was held' before The play in The parlors oT The Playhouse. A qood Time was had by all and enjoyed so much ThaT we Took anoTher Trip in January To see "l-larvey". in which lvliss Simmons. our sponsor, had a parT. Because of her parTicipaTion in This play, iT was enjoyed much mor-e. We had our TirsT assembly program aT ChrisTmas Time. This was held The day our vacaTion was To sTarT. The name oT The play was "LighT CompeTiTion". lT was enjoyed by The sTudenT body so oTher plans are being made Tor anoTher assembly program To he puT on by our Junior DramaTic Club. PaTTy PoliTz Page Twenty Senior Dramatic Club Adviser: Marian Simmons Vice PresidenT: STeve Elabarger PresidenT: Evelyn Vllelch SecreTary: Marylou Weinheimer Treasurer, Janis Feidler Our TirsT play of The year was "BeauTy and The Beef" and iT was a greaT success We had Tun aT The rehearsals, and aTTer The Tinal show, we had The usual parTy. We aTTended The Playhouse in Erie and were Thrilled To see our direcTor, Miss Simmons, Take her TirsT small parT in The play. "Harvey", A poinT sysTem has been seT up by The club and To geT a club pin. a cerTailn number of poinTs musT be made. Marylou Weinheimier First Row: E. King, S. Llck, K. Behnken, E. Farver, L. Bartlett. M. Healy, L. Northrupu, F. Parmenter, M. Llchtenfeld, J. Glbbs. Second Row: M. Hlnkler, P. Salen,T S. Palermo, M. Villa, M. Youngs, B. Mlller, J. Post. D. Chriest, P. Laddy, J. VanGlesen, E. Yost, B. Thornton. Third Row: C. St. Clair, J. Feidler, M. Gill, J. Alcorn, E. Keep, A. McGowen, M. McCoy. J. Weaver, C. Johnson, D. Bryson, D. Weingard, E. Welch. Fourth Row: J. Harrison, W. Vogt, R. Davis, J. DuFosse, C. Valune, J. Vllila. D. Wllks, R. Haslett, H. Hollister. Flfth Row: J. Luke, S. Elabarger, H. Artllp, C. Muscarella, R. Seaman, C. Bissell, G. Budd, F. Todd, E. Orton. Page Twenty-One echanical Drawing Class Adviser: Miss Helen GorndT AssisTnnT DraTTsman: Donald Murray lfleqid DraTTsman: Charles Taylor SecreTary: Sam Rumberqer Treasurer: Vlfillinm Sellsreqq This year we had The lHrqesT elnss in The hisTory ol lNlorTh lEasT High School. Some Thinqs all will remember: The TrusTrnTion in our TirsT inking aTTempTs, wiTh Miss QorndT alwuys encouraqino us: The aroumenTs qoinq on ConTinually1 The TreduenT 'nidesg liohhnq lor maTerials3 and The noise. Our proleciTs Tor The year are rooms, houses, and mrs. Vlfi- w.anT Tn Thnnla Mlss GorndT Tor her unTirinq ellorTs WiTh The Class. Charles Taylor Harrison, D. Murray. Rumberger, R. Chnce. R. Davis. F. Pnparnzzo, .l. Ilulfosse. W. Semelka. Fourth Row: J. Villa. C. Schuenfeldt. D. Ingham C. Taylor. First Row: M. Licht enfeld, .l. Gibbs, I". Par menter, M. Pnschke, M Thompson. Second Row: L. Arn ink, M. Welnhelmer, B Miller, .l. Post. Thlrd Row: A. Young: D. Chrlest, M. Hlnkler, F Magee, .l. Hannah. Fourth Row: B. Thorr ton, E. Welch, L. Post. C Saunders, .I. Sturdlvunt. Shorthand Club Adviser: Miss Joan Mcilhesney Vice-President Jane PosT President Florence ParmenTer SecreTnry: Enrlaine Maqee lreasurerg Miirilyn Paschlse V Under The supervision .ind guidance ol Miss Joan MeChesney and Florenc UfirmenTer, The ShorThand Club enjoyed many T'esTiviTies consisTinq ol The Hobo Hike Oefober 261 The ChrisTmas PdrTy, December 203 und The play "Harvey" aT The Plax "muse, January 24. Everyone enjoyed making candy lor The Candy Sale. Februar 20. We exTend our Thanks To Those who helped make These zacTiviTies possible, Earlnine Mnqee, SecreTary Ilizyr' Y'ii'1'11l V- I "wi 4 First Row: .l. Nelson, G. Edwards, E. Orton, J. Second Row: S. Min- goy, G. Budd, T. Gibbs, S. Third Row: S. Harris. Future Farmers of America Adviser: Mr. Roy Fordyce SecreTary: Roger Chace PresidenT: John Pichler Treasurer: Lewis OrTon Vice PresidenT: DayTon Pierce ReporTer: Richard Mead The F., F. A., is drawing To a close anoTher successTul year wiTh all oT our pro- iecTs sTarTed Tor nexT year. The chapTer received second place in The STaT-e ProjecT ConTesT. John Pichler received The KeysTone Farmer Degree in Harrisburg, and Roger Chace held The oTTice oT CounTy Vice RresidenT This year. Many wonderful acTiviTies were carried Through This school year, especially The supper puT on by The F. l-l. A, girls, and our annual F. F. A. Tamily banquet. Richard Mead Roger Chace First Row: R. Mend, H. Shaffer. D. Pierce, J. Plchler, L. Orton, R. Chace. Second Row: C. Schoenfeldt. R. Travls, J. Endes, D. Bucheral, G. Burnham, ll. Babcock, D. Ingham. Thlrd Row: W. Ames, D. Post, E. Blsbee, J. Nelson, K. Cook, T. Esterllne, D. Paschke. Fourth Row: N. Cobum, D Luke, C. Saunders, T. Ferrlck, A. Conn, P. Randall, W. Gross, J. Stemple. Page Tivvuly-Tlzrcc Science Club Adviser: l-larold Maclarnaghan Vice PresidenTZ Lloyd SmiTh Presid-enT: Jo Anne l-lopkins Se-creTary and Treasurer: Bob YosT Program CommiTTee: Bob DuTosse. Jim SmiTh, and George lvlarx First Row: R. Chcsley. .l. Kress, R. Gibbs, M. Dailey .l. Lewis, F. Betts, B. Thompson. B. Cramer, S. Muytum M. Shore E. Irish. Second Row: K. Cook, C. Allessie, G. Rizzo.. S. Allessie .I. Wunz. J. Hopkins, M. Berg, S. Bemlss, V. Taccone, J. Schultz. P. Valone. D. Decker. Third Row: N. Phunco, B. Yost, B. Dufosse, L. Smith. 'I'. Huber. R. Spixcht, R. Travis. E. Hunt. L. LeSeur, G. Marx, D. Bucheral. Fourth Row: .l. Smith, S. Reiman, W. Greenwald. l-". Muscarella. L. Weed, J. Helfrich, J. Stemple. D. Plchler, L. Reed, R. Drayer, C. Jordan. AmbiTion is The word of The Freshmen so iT popped vviTh The sTarTing of a new "Science Clubnon January l7. We have seven groups vviTh a number oT Tive To Ten in each group working on dilferenT proiecTs. Some are inTeresTed in developing films, sTudving planeTs, work- ing wiTh chemicals, experiime-nTing wiTh animals, eTc. IT iT had noT been Tor The kind assisTance oT lvlr. lvlaclarnaghan, we never could have managed. Jo Anne l-loplcins l'ugi' 'l'1i'i'1iIy-lffiiii' Monitors First Row: C. St. Clair, J. Schmidt, D. Chrlest J. Sturdlvant, E. Magee, J. Roache, M. Youngs. Second Row: E. Rein, R, Smith, F. Fisher, D. Palermo, C. Bissell, A. McGowan.. E. King. Debate Club Seated' F Keep R Case M I-linkler B Shfalle C M T . .. k . . , . . . y, . ac arnagham. R. Haslett. T. St. Clair H. Hollister. Standing: .I. DeLong. T. Hatfield. C. Mecklen, J. Elabarger. D. Chriest. C. Vaionu. D. Bryson M. Villa. D. Weingard. Adviser: lvlr. DeLong Vice-President Bob HasleTT PresidenT: HerberT l-lollisTer SecreTary-Treasurer: Eleanor Keep The DebaTe Club goT oTT To a raTher IaTe sTarT, buT when we "goT going" we wenT places. AT our TirsT meeTing we el-ecTed officers, We began To work indusTrious- ly on The guesTion when The wording was changed To read: Resolved: 'l'haT Socia-ll l-Nelfare BeneTiTs To The people should be exTended by The Federal Government and The negaTive became aTTirmaTive and vice versa. Some highspoTs of The year were The aTTirmaTive winning over Academy and The negaTive losing: Casey advocaTing Socialized Medicine insTead of Compulsory l-lealTh Insurance: Chuck Thinking he was going To have To speak when Maxine didn'T show up unTil noon. The Team has done well and we are looking forward To going To Alleghany Tor The debaTe TournamenT in April, We hope To come -ouT on Top. Eleanor Keep Page 7'zuc11ty-Five Hi-Y Adviser: Mr. RalsTon Vice PresidenT: Richard Pulling AssisTanT Adviser: lvlr. Pulling SecreTary: l-lerb l-lollisTer PresidenT: Frank Fisher Treasurer: STeve Elabarger Chaplain: Charles Valone. Jack SchmidT First Row: R, Blakeslee, R. Case, A. Otls. E. Rein.. N. Henderson, C. Tuylor, H. Artllp. R. Pulling, R. Hiles Second Row: T. Gibbs, H. Shaffer, .l. Plchler, D. Dumond. F. Vella, l-'. Flsher.. D. Reed. C. Muscarella, G. Budd, H. Hollister. Tlllrd Row: .l. Vllla, Hnrrls, D. Wheeler.. R. Babcock, T. Esterllne. R. Smith. F. Pnpnrnzzo, R. llnslett, E. Orton. I-'ourtll Row: D. Murray, J. Harrison. R. Davis, J. Schuster, R. Seaman, C. Valone, C. Karsh. J. Schmidt, S. Elaburger, D. Plerce. P. Sosnowskl. The l-li-Y This year was acTive as usual. We sponsored The annual amaTeur show and Tour oT our members walked off wiTh TirsT prize, The juniors sponsored Their annual banqueT Tor The seniors and They served one OT The besT bangueTs we have ever had. Plans were made ToriaTTending a major league baseball game. Our meeTings This year were conducTed in a more orderly, parliamenTary pro- cedure Through Mr. RalsTon's and Mr. Pulling's Triendly guidance. The l-li-Y has a good inTluence on boys. lT Teaches Th-em co-operaTion. friendliness. and The proper way To run an organizaTion. We all appreciaTe The good done by The Hi-Y and we are sure iT will conTinue To progress. l'lerberT l-lollisTer Pago Twenty-Six 13" Zi' e- -pffzill? "igiP-'iJgM1f,iSj5f. 1'-55 5 15:-'fi ' Q Af . Q"V'7t Q-. fx: 'aiu .--iw-.,-nf Z- -"':'. ' VN- -f -Jw - 'ff-.wa gf Jr. fy 91fgffQf'1i?'. 1 'Law .,- . 'A t-' ni' Q,-,L .1-,tpLf,-gf., xpfr '93ifQf1'fS"1 - 2 - - , "I 5.1 Qi ' -1 -Q-:. 1 . Xxfff I-. l. , .ini 7 ..? - 4 , 53 .gf I-fi' fig, ' if 79 f " 553 asw- J,-fz. iz 415:-. X 5 '-:-.-- Y W YL ' :lg .L: 21 A ' F' ' 1 lfgf,-lj?,' Y ,fi ' I . ' . n lil? Q - '- B 13. " T-13'-f'39 L Q11 , ','-, , sl 5 . ,Q 5 N ' ' 5 5 f 4 s x ': 1 3 ' ' ' 'N'-uw ' ' xiii' fi . , R j ! ml 1. K 5 , ,Mfg - x 15,1 ,g T ., 2.2 pf '55 I I I . Y. . 5.1 f-1 5? 1: i Q i - I, l "ii 'J P?" f c - 5 f ff ' Egg .5 4 1 . 515 S, f :gs f, 7 F- , , PZ 53 15- ' 5 I 'z .174-' ' , -M 1 4 I F ,jim ll f , Q4 4 V . sg 4' ,es Q X J - f' 2 E' Q.: . A : in 3 75 -f gg? V 4 f f -if ' xf, s 4 r - N V "-' :f 'uf'-" ,f A K ' 1 E ' 1 V 7, N J' g A I I I f Q' if , Q?'5 . X lit., 3 , IC. , ,ic ., 5 5 - ' QB", My .A Q. " 1 -r V' fig 1 2, 1? X15 Z ' ff? iQ ' -xx FL 5 L -if M 5 W. : , ff gf? jf11,' i 5 4 . ' a n wr," ai 7 Hifi f feiigf .,'+ ' .f :A ' S, 1,1 , - -' 4 ' gf Q .- fy! 5 ' " 35- hi i gsiafy-if f, 4 'ig ff- ig-5! 1, QtEi52'9i' Qt , 51:5 5- f 'A M F I H :ul A u T? 2 V 'g.:,5,' T If , ,,':'HQ':1f.w?fr ft D . Vp EL.: L il-1. , 'A " ' fi pm. nxsffsf-hir-A-2, ' '5 . f if - --H vi '-S1,,f':if "-L. "1 Football Team Flrst Row: C. Valone, .I. Villa, C. Taylor. F. Fisher, J. Schmldtg D. Murray, T. Glhhs, R. Smith, D. Youngs,i F. Pnparazzo. Second Row: R.. Pulling, D. Dumond, N. Henderson, D. Palermo, .l. Maasl S. Relmun, R. Yost. W. Greenwalt, II. Ilolllster. Thlrd Row: R. Case, R. Althof, J. Smlth, G. Budd, J. Dufosse, R.. Seaman, LI. Schuster, E. Shumpoe, D. Reed. Fourth Row: ll Setcavnge, F. Todd. T. Esterllne, W. Travis, G. Orton, G. Scelford. S. Rumberger. W. Semelku, R. Sonsowski, K. Pulling. Due To The coaching OT Mr. SeTcavage and Mr, Pulling, This years TooTball squad finished The season on The Top of The ladder wiTh a co-championship, winning 6 and losing 3 gr-mes, This has noT been achieved in a number of years. Memorable evenTs and quoTes oT The sea- son: Karsh, "I have To geT ThaT one Touch- down" , . .. Fisher "QuarTerback sneak" . . . Seaman, "VVhee-e, did you see me geT him" . . , Schmidt "I'll caTch The nexT one, coach" . . . SmiTh, "l'm a guard now" . . . The Touch- down by Taylor aT Lawrence Park , . . The ever presenT cheer as hlollisTer came inTo The game . . . Pulling, "l'll geT ThaT guy nexT N. E. Opp. Youngsville ........... 32 I3 ST. Bernards .......... 25 O Wesl-eyville ........... O 24 Albion ............... 24 I2 TiTusviIle ............. I9 32 Time . . . I-lenderson, "I TorgoT The signals" . . , Palermo Taking The ball in scrimmage . . . Valones inTercepTion againsT ST. Bernards . . . Dumond. "Thanks Tor learning me" . . . SchusTer, "Slow down, fellas" . . . SeTcavage. "Piazza, iT your head wasn'T nailed on" . . . ReTurning leTTermen: Villa. Gibbs. Youngs, DuTosse, lvlurray, Papparazzo. The graduaTing members wish nexT year's Team The besT of luck and may you Take over where we leTT OTT. Vile have one reguesT, beaT Wesleyville and Corry Tor us. lvlany Thanks To The managers. The coaches Tor Their paTience, and To The sTudenT body and everybody who supporTed us. Neal Henderson N. E. Opp. I-Iarborcreek .......... I9 6 Corry ............... I3 20 Lawrence Park ........ 24 I3 Girard .......... --- I8 6 E5 T26 Page Twenty-Eight Varsity Basketball Hard luck season . . . Lack of heighfh . . . Placed fourth in counly scoring . . Los? several close ones , . . Graduafing lerfermen are: Carl Karsh. Frank Fisher. Chuck Valone. Neal l-lenderson. Chuck Taylor. ancl Richard Pulling. l-lighlighfs of The season were: Excifing Two poin'r losses- Overfime loss To Wes leyville. Corky Karsh's one hand drive in Frank Fisher's ser shofs. shofs. Neal l-lenderson's sfeady ball handling. Tex Pulling's pivof shots. Chuck Taylor's numerous fouls. Chuck Valone's hook shofs. Special Thanks Yo Coach Pulling for his Time spenf and his ever encouraging words N. E. OPP. N. E. OPP 36 -..- -,-- Fairview 37 5l .... --- Wesleyville 55 54 -,- --.. McKean 3l 3l .... ,...... A lbion 47 35 --- .... Prep 75 52 .... --- Lawrence Park 6l 40 -,- --- wamburg 48 4l .... .... c ambraage Springs 79 43 ,- --- Fairview 27 52 .... ......... U nion City 52 I8 -- --- Prep 65 49 .... .... H arborcreek 56 29 --- --- Alumni 66 5I .... .,... G irard 56 42 --- --- Watfsburg 4l 48 ---- --- W-esleyville 44 52 --- --- Union City 29 46 .... ..-.. A lbion 44 35 --- --- Harborcreek 43 29 .... ...... L awrence Park 56 44 --- ..... Girard 46 48 .... .... C ambridge Springs 83 Page Thirty Franklin Fisher Varsity Basketball Team Flrst Row: C. Valone, N. Henderson, R. Pulling. S. Harrlsi C. Knrsh, F. Fisher. Second Row: K. Pulling, W. Pulling, C. Taylor, R. Yost, G. Gornlak. T. Gibbs, F. Vella, H Hollister. First Row: F. Vella, R. Sosnowski, D. Pierce, J. Vlllag J. Harrison, D. Murray. Second Row: R. Caruana, R. DuFosse, J. Helfrich, S. Rehnan. Third Row: J. Smith, W. Greenwald, W. Swift. Junior Varsity Basketball Team Made up mosily of Freshmen . ., . Smoofh operaring Team . . . Won nine games in a row . . . High hopes for winning championship in fufurie years. Franklin Fisher Page 'Thirty-One Varsity Cheerleaders S. Souers, M. Gill. .l. Feidler, D. Eaton. J. Desin, B. Miller. UnTorgeTTable bus Trips . . . mud and rain aT EasT- WesT game . . , good Time aT Cheerleaders clinic . , . dance Tor TooTball and basl4eTball Teams. . . snappy new uniforms . . . Those hilarious TooT- ball pep meeTings . . . dislocaTed shoulders we goT when doing "The Scream" . . . "Barb" wiTh her pep and unpredicTable voice , . . "Sally" wiTh her inTeresT and jusT living Tor cheering . . . "Janie" wiTh Her sweeT personaliTy and cuTe spring jump . . .?"DoT" wiTh her consTanT laughing and good na- Ture . . . "Silly" wiTh her neaTness and love Tor The cheer "Give IT To 'Emu . .i . Nye appreciaTe and wish To Thank lvlr. Davis. The-TaculTy, and The sTudenT body Tor Their supporT and cooperaTion ThroughouT The school year. Sally Souers Jr.-V Cheerleaders ii T The day we, six shining new J. V. cheerleaders were chosen was The day we'll always remember. IT held so much in sTore lor us. AT TirsT we were shy abouT asking guesTions and Tavors buT aTTer a Tew games lvlr. Davis, Mr. Pulling. and The varsiTy cheer- leaders were hounded. Hlylr. Davis, may we have a pep meeT- ingifu Hlflr. Pulling, may we run in wiTh The Team?" "VarsiTy cheerleaders, when and how do we do This cheer?" were a Tew oT our guesTions and Tavors. TransporTaTion had been a problem unTil we Trapped or per- suaded Mr. Souers and Mr. l-loplcins To see ThaT we goT To The games. From The beginning To The end. we have enjoyed every mo- menT. Jo Anne l-loplcins B. Shelley., L. Baldwin, J. Hopkins, K. Souers, C. Alcorn, S. Hopkins. Students gm ' Q in m-a '-2 Q? X- tug, . .ff-L '- k ,1- lflcomu? Pals "SharpIe" duhh - - - Cuties! Pat and "lion" Queen .lane and her Alma Mater .lunlor Spectators Smlle "purrty" Cou rt Sophomore glamour Muscle Man llah Rah!! "Paper Hanger" Senior Wheels! "llyat erlcal Frosh" "See, lt's like this " "Beauty and the B1-el"' Neal? .,4 ,G .,7 '0. JI. 32. 223. 95 38. Yearbook preparations What's the joke, Kids? 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Q.. f,., .nf +,,1-,, -7 - Y ::1-:x:eTR-?1Lx.--."x-"- ' 3' - af.-r 'l"w, L Freshmen If First Row: S. llomiss. S Maytum, .l. Wagner, V. Taccone J. Ilopklns, M. Berg, M. Duda. Sorond Row: l'. I-larll, V lileenman, .I. Iiramor, D. Bryson .I. Schultz. B. Bt-miss, Il. Decker. Third Hou: .l. I-Iadvs, I. Reed, R. Gibbs, T. Huber, D liucharel, B. Gros-nwald. I-'ourth Row: .l. Stemplo, Il Pichler, l'. Jordan, I.. Smith. I. I.eSuc-r. l-Z. llunt. F. Sugden. First Row: M. Thompson, ll Thompson, B. Ward, .l. Lvwis. G Brown, IC. Ferguson, B. Shelley. Second Row: W. Ilancock, M Shore, E. Irish, E. Tanner, Il Michaels. .l. Stunt, I'. Valone, K liusloxsski. Third Ron: l'. Manges, .I llelfrlch, W. Swift, N. Phanco, .I Maytum, .l. Kress, T. Iforrick Fourth Row: W. Pulling, I Ilufosso, R. Ilrayer, R.. Post, I- Vhesley. W. Ames, K. Cook. First Row: B. Doolittle. Cramer, II. Nlcliuirv, I-I. Baker, Murray, B. Thompson. Second Row: F. Betts, I Boll, .I. Beach, M. Vambrla, Adlckvs. S. Burdick. Third Row: M. Dailey, Smith, R. Yost, R. Spaeht, Marx, I.. Elias, C. Allcssle. Fourth Row: L. lVeed,. Canales, R. Caruana, F. Musc rella, S. Reiman, C. Rizzo, Allessie. FRESHMEN Edith Adickes-Oh. to have her brains Charles Allessie-Tardy slips and absence blanks Salvatore All-essie-Takes after his brother William Ames-"Candy kid" Eleanor Baker-Cupid Jane Beach-Pretty red hair Beverly Bemiss-Brain Shirley Bemis-The roving kind Mary Joe Berg-Arguments in history Faye 'Betts-Pals around with Bev Earl Bisbtee-Tough guy Mary Ann Boll-A pal Gail Brown-Quiet Delburta Bryson-never worries Donald Bucheral-'Corner Store Dorothy Burdick-Litkeable gal Mary Ann Cambria-Always laughing Louis Canales-Never here Ross Caruana-ln love Raleigh Chesley-That smile Mary Ann Coletta-Dark hair Keith Cook-"Cranberries" Bernadette Cramer-Wesleyville boys Merle Dailey-Oh. those Lights Donna Decker-Cheerful Beverly Doolittle-Dependable Roger Dryer-Do you know Orton? Mary Duda-Qui-et Robert Du Fossee-Dead Eye Jason Eades-Our timid lover boy Pamela Earll-Squirt's gal Lewis Elias-lt's Dad's car Eleanor Ferguson-Willing to help Thomas Ferrick-"Squeaky" Richard Gibbs-Nice dresser Valeria Greenmian-We call her "Val" William Greenwald-Hercules Wilma l-lancock-She left us John l-leltfrich-Those scoldings in General Science Jo Anne l-lopkins-Judy's pal Roy l-luber-Those glasses Eugene Hunt-Quiet Elinor Irish-Blondie Charles Jordan-Always being chased Kay Kozl-oski-Smiling Jacqueline Kramer-Friendly John Kress-Likes Civics Larry L-eSeur-George's friend Janet Lewis-l-loppy-go-lucky Jerry Maas-"Railroad man" Carl Manges-That Cheve George Marx-lt's a nice afternoon Gerald 'Maytum-"Jake" Shirley Maytum-Those dark eyes l-lest-er McGuire-Ready and willing Dorothy Michaels-"Jackie's" pal Joan Murray-Nice personality Francis Muscarella-The qui-et type Lawrence Musto-Funnybook boy Norman Phanco-On a diet Dan Pichler-Silent type Richard Pierce-Lett school Ronald Post-Nice guy Wayne Pulling-Varsity for me Larry Reed-Brain Stanley Reiman-Always heardi Carl Rizzo-"The silent mischievous kind" Joyce Schultz-Pat's sidekick Barbara Shelley-Carol Mac's. friend Marion Shore-Carefree James Smith-Wakeland and l Lloyd Smith-ls it Mary Joe? R-obert Spacht-Oh. that basketball James Stemple-Size isn't everything Fred Sugclen-One of those Gneenfielders Wayne Swift-Ask the girls Victoria Taccone--Full of "pep" Evelyn Tanner-Interest in Korea Barbara Thompson-Mary's twin, believe it or not Beverly Thompson-Charming Mary Thompson-Barbara's twin Robert Travis-Apple boy Patricia Valone-Joyce's other halt Janet Wagner-Sweet and shy Betty Ward-Latin worries Larry Weed-Pierce's gas station Judy Wunz-"Jo-Jo" R-obert Yost-"Windy" Page Thirty-Seven Sophomores l-'irsl Row: .l. lilnlmrgor, R. ll:-nde.s.n l.. llisbee, ll. fhaxev. .I. Alongv, E. Pusehl-ek. R. Alhert. ffm-ond Row: V, llomer, A. Gnbrowski, l-I. Goodvnow. A. llau rison, S. Magee, l. lfivlds. R. Case. Third Row: W. Schullz, W. Sf-Ikregg, W. llvalrdsley, W. Youll, G. Scolford, M. Rodenuul. Fourth Row: ll. Luke, lxlilllll, ll. Gerould, li. llnvis, Musto. E. fhylinski. Flrst Row: R. Bishop, F I.. J. Mead, E. blades, ll. xvlllllllg. lu. Long. A. Moy er, l'. Sugden. Second Row: R. Pork. Politz, .l. Desln. T. Anderson, P. ll. Cowley, S. Dickson, C. MueTnrng- ham, .I . Cornmesser. Third Row: E. Shampoo, Alonge, R. Althof. A. Conn. Bryson, S. Morey. Fourth Row: I.. llerrick. Uoburn. l'. Wilkinson. T. St. Fla W. Stemple. F. Saunders. F D N ir l-'i r s I Row: li. Allhol .I. Schultz, l'. Meeklen. .l. liniley S. Anderson. .l. llaxllnrun. Second Row: ll. Lepley, Allen, M. Greider, li. Falun. N lleimnn. .I . Tu rner. Third Row: l'. Klmmey, Orton, T. Dodd. D. Youngs, Rogers. J. Montgomery. I I lfourth Row: G. Peck, l llicklor, C. Brown, R. Betts, llumund, E. Boll. SOPHOMORES RuTh AlberT-Excuse blanks! Peggy Allen-Who's her dream man? Frank Alonge-"Dependable" Joan Alonge-Good nafured BeTTy AlThoT-l.aTe again! Roberf AlThoT-LaTe Again? Shirley Anderson-BaskeTball fiend Thelma Anderson-I've goT my -excuse Judy Bailey-ThornTon's oTher half William B-eardsley-Were you absenT? Raymond BeTTs -"Mouse" Lois Bisbee-QuieT Clifford Brown-"-Calapoop" Dale Bryson-"Cecil Bill" Rhona Case-"Giggles" Beverly Chase-lvlan haTer Edward Chylinski-"The greaT oufd-oorsman" Norman Coburn-WiTTy AlberT Conn-"JaneT" Walfer Cook-Penny box supporTer JaneT Cornmesser-Eleanor's oTher half Richard Davis-Always There when you need him Joan Desin-She's in love Shirley Dickson-Agreeable Thomas Dodd-Woman chaser Jon Dumond-Those snazzy shirTs Eleanor Eades-Corky's The boy DoroThy EaTon-Pl-easing personaliTy Judy Elabarger-WiTh The boy nexf door Irene Fields-CounTry lass l-loward Gerould-l-le's heretsomehmesl AnneTTe Grawboski-l'm Through wiTh men MargareT Grieder-FlirTy -eyes Janice l-lalloran-Oh. when she blushesl Ardafh Harrison-Red RoberTa Henderson-QuieT Carolyn Horner-TalkaTive PaTrir:ia Kimmy-l-ler love is a secreT BeaTrice Lepley-A sTudenT ElizabeTh Long-Talking machine Donald Luke-lm-porTanT on The F. F. A. Team Carol MacTarnaghan-Everyone's friend Shirley lvlagele-PreTTy. nafural curly hair June Mead-Ah. This cruel world Carol Meckl-en-KiTTen Jean lxflonfgomery-Corny iokes STanley lvloriey--NeaT Anges Moyer--Wow! Those men Gordon Peck-Always in a diTher RoberTa Peck--"BerT" Frank Pichler-"lllegal hunTer" PaTTy PoliTz-PesT in biology Donald Posf-"Greenfield" Evelyn Puscheck-Mrisch-ievous Mae Jean Reiman-Likes To kniT Gary Rogers-"Beerbelly" lvlerl-e Rodencal-"Deadeye. himself" Thomas ST. Clair- Works aT Kopcke's Clifford Saunders-"Greenfield, also" PaTricia SchulTz-QuieT and smarT George Scieford-"Si" Audrey SmiTh-l-ler hearT belongs To a senior Woody STemple-The greaT bask-efball player Carol Sugden-"l-lappy" JeanneTTe Turner-ST. Gregory's Barbara Walling-She loves To chew gum Ronald WhiTe-Came in aT The half. Shirley Whifney-Seen buT hardly ever heard Phil Wilkinson-"FleTchers" David Youngs-FooTball sTar Page Thirty-Nine First Row: M. Gill, I.. lhlrl lett, M. llc-aly. .l. Alcorn, M Bcebc, M. Rahman. Second Row: E. Keep, A. Mt UOWPFI, M Mcfoy. N. Alcorn, Mokwa. Third Row: D. Wllks, Villa, l'. Fcllccnfeldt. S. Yclla. I Davis, T. Hatfield. Fourth Row: ll. Fierce, l Murray, lt. Ftwnznwlti. 'l'. Glbu W. Gross. First Row: D. Bryson, Johnsnn, D. Weingard. .l. Hunt, Weaver, J. Feldlcr. Second Row: J. Rlefstahl, Y Swedenhjelm. S. Sisscm, G. Sne E. Yost. Third Row: F. Todd, R. Hu lett, G. Edwards, D. Stoddard. Paparazzo. Fourth Row: .l. Harrison, Luke, D. Paschko, VV. Srmclka, Mingoy, T. Esterline. First Row: K. llehnken. McClellan, L. Northrup, B. Tho ton, .l. King. Second Row: E. Farver, Lick, T. Decker, G. Relman. Third Row: S. Harris, Gomlak, .I. Dulfosse, L. Orton. Fourth Row: S. Rumberg G. Budde, P. Randall, D. lnghai JUNIORS . JaneT Alcorn-"O TairesT of The rural maids!" Norma Alcorn-"A hunTing we will go." Gerald Ames-Likes To TighT wiTh The girls on The bus Leona BarTleTT-"All ThaT l have is Thine." MarTha Be-ebe-"l consider brown Tor ladies' eyes. The only color." KiTTy Behnken-Full -of vim. vigor, and viTaliTy DoroThy Bryson-"Charlie is my darling." Gordon Budd-"Dead End Kid" Roswell Davis-FavoriTe guesTion. "Who puT Those guardrails in The road?" Thora Decker-Junior "MysTery Miss' LuAlice Desin-"There are gains Tor all our losses." John DuFosse--"SloTooT" Gordon Edwards--Friendly Theodore EST-erline-"Always where he shouldn'T be" Eleanor Farver-"All my days are Trancesf' Janis Feidler-"Blanche" and "John" lhomas Gibbs-NewesT "Mad Lover" Marilyn Gill--"Obsession To Ducks" George Gorniak-Likes senior girls, especially Laura WalTer Gross-Does he really work aT Murphys? STerling l-larris-"Grubby" James l-larrison-"Mr. Mac's peT peeve" RoberT il-lasleTT-All around fellow Thomas l-laTTield-"Eggshell Kid" Marcella l-lealy-"VViTh longing eyes she waiTs." Joyce l-lunT-Where did Marian go lasT nighT? Duane Ingham-Likes To yodel Carol Johnson-True To Thee evermore. Francis Jordan-"Sober, sTeadTasT." Eleanor Keep-l-ler hearT is aT Purdue! June King-Seen. buT never heard! Shirley Lick-"Blondie" Priscilla Loucks-Oh. Those red glasses! James Luke-A driv-er's license ? ? ? Ilelen McBride-"WiTh Curious ArT" V Marian McClellan-LeTT Tor Girard High Marilyn McCoy-l-low "bouT" ThaT correspondence course! Anne McGowen-Why so much homework? Irene Mokwa-QuieT counTry lass Donald Murray-Small buT dynamic Lois NorThrup-TypisT's Prayer Edward OrTon-WanT To buy some chickens? Frank Paparazzo-"l-lisTory Professor" Donald Paschke-"PasquaIi" DayTon Pierce-Lover boy Paul Randall-Lov-es wesTern cloThes Joanne RieTsTahl-Nice PersonaliTy Gladys Reiman-Friendly qv. Marjorie Rohman-"For she is ies' The quieT Type." Sam Rumb-erger-DuFosse's side kick Charles SchoenTeldT-Paul's wesT-ern pal William Semelka-Prize boxer Shirley Sissim-Loyal To loyal friends Gloria Snell-"BeTTer Three hours Too soon' Than a minuTe laTe." Richard Sosnowski-Likeable liTTle chap Donald SToddard-"STod" BeTTy ThornTon-"Her hair was charmingly curled." Frank Todd-PeTer Lawford ll Norman Towner-Nice fellow from Easf James Villa-Girls are all "Gold diggers" Janice Weaver-"l-ler' modesf answer and graceful air. Donna Weingard-"Are you coming. Tom?" Donald Wilks-l-landsome EsTher YosT-"Ah, counTry guy." Page Forty-One Underclass Officers FRESHMEN ana, Pres.: VV. Swift Treas. SOPHOMORES Q. M'acTarnaghan, V. Pres.. T. ST. Clair, Pres.: W Sfemple, Sec.: S. Dickson, Treas. JUNIORS G. Budd. Treasg J. Weaver, Sec.: D. Murray, Pres. R. Hasleff. V. Pres. 1 Al ' 4 1 I7 Page Forty-Two VV. Pulling, V. Presidermf: J. Murray, Sec.: R. Cam- .L -,. .' 'K L .H 1, , ., .N . ,.. Vufviizfi fm, 4:43 .,.v,, --:rf K X -ff .V .,..,j?:q ,I XS.-Z-2 QQ. K . .7 f , K 1Y1'.'- . x Senior Class Officers F. Fisher, Treas.: J. Schuster. Sec.: H. Hollister, Pres.: R. Seaman, V. Pres. 7u1l Wm ,.,,,-.. ., 1 -- 5 . .I X- L . Sammi Shorlhanicl 'Club 4 Y-Teens 4 Arf 'Club I. 2 School skipper-Those Trips To The pos? office - likes lo skate - Those porlrails in arf - baby sifler FRANCIS BARNHART F. EA. I. 2. 3,4 HENRY ARTLIP ArT Club 2. 3 Chorus 2. 3. 4 DrarnaTi': Club 4 Bancl 2, 3. 4 Hi-Y 4 Science Club 3 "H-ink" -H The Breeze boy - likes sTock car races -- The TirsT OT The crooners ROGER BABCOCK E. E. A. 2, 3. 4 l-li Y 3, 4 EooTball I, 2 "Carol" - Those curly. The brighT smile "Barney" - one OT The Chace ouTTiT - ThaT smile -- one of The Ag, boys CHARLES BISSELL DrarnaTic Club 3. 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Chorus I, 2. 3. 4 lVloniTor 4 "Charlie" - The old mae-sTro on The piano - likes Those wild rides - likes Jane Too Pays Forty-Five BaskeTball I, 2 lnTramurals 3 blond locks - goT his quesTionnaire RAYMOND CASE Grapevine 2. 3. 4 l.aTin Club 2. 3 Spanish Club 4 RONALD BLAKESLEE Aguilo STaTT 4 Mechanical Drawing 3 ArT Club 2. 3 Science Club 3 Hi-Y 3. 4 "BliTz" - assisTanT cusTodian - The joker - easy To geT along wiTh - whaT abouT Reno? CLYDE BURNHAM F. F. A. l, 3, 4 "Gene" - anoTl'.er hoTrod, makes ThaT car roll - noT Too acTive in school -- ls iT an Erie girl? DebaTe l-li-Y 4 Chorus 2. 3. 4 Club 4 Aff Qlub 3 FooTball l, 2, 3, 4 "Casey" 4 radical debaTer laccording To l-lollisTerl - nvvrybC,dylS friend - Tough luck in TooTball ROGER CHACE F. F. A. I, 2. 3. 4 Mechanic A he drives ThaT new Nash H- loTs oT Triends - knows all The answers Pagc Forty-Six STEPHEN ELABARGER DOLORES CHRIEST Aquilo Board 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 Grapevine Slaff I, 2. 3, 4 Chorus I 2. 3 Shorfhand Club 4 Debnfe Club 2. 3 Inframurals I. 2. 3, 4 lvlonifor 4 Drarnalic Club I, 3, 4 "Dolly" - always dependable - sfudious - "I-Ienrielfa Inice acfingl Af- Ilirr I I - Queen's cour?, DONALD DUMOND Grapevine Slaff 4 Spanish Club 3. 4 I-Ii-Y 3. 4 "Donnie" - ardenf sporls enlhusiasl Aquilo Slafl 4 Dramalic Club 3. 4 Grapevine Sfafl 3, 4 Hi-Y 3. 4 l,aTin Club 2 Inframurals I. 2. 3 Ar? Club I. 2. 3 IVI-echanical Drawing 3 "Herman" - chums wifh Eddie - loves To skafe - has his own car now JOHN FERKO The silenf Type, around school anyway! - Friendly buf shy Whaf abouf Sally? Pnge Forty-Seven Foofball 3. 4 Baslcefball I lnframurals I, 2. 3 Cleveland Indians fan land why nor? I ,AT .H ,,... FRANKLIN FISHER Aquilo Slalf 4 Spanish Club 2 Ari' Club 3 Hi-Y 3. 4 Foolball l. 2. 3. 4 Mechanical Drawing 3 Baskelball I, 2, 3. 4 Monilor 4 Inframurals I "Fish" - Good Ioolball and baskelball player - a wise cracker - The dillerenl women - friendly ALICE FITZPATRICK .' L var , SQ, , . ss. , JOAN GIBBS Grapevine Slaff 3, 4 Dramalic Club 4 Shorlhand Club 4 Y-Teens 3. 4 F. ll. A. 4 lnlramurals 2. 3. 4 Buddies wilh Margril - silly - her hearl is in The Army - works al Ecorna - short buf sweef JEAN HANNAH Art Club I, 2 Shorlhand Club 4 Loves To read - always seen, bul seldom heard - good arlisl g Takes care of kids Page Forty-Eight Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 F. H. A. 3. 4 "Jane" - Shy 7 I I 7 - neal dresser - marimba player 4 Dave M- always gels excused NEAL HENDERSON Lalin Club 2. 3 Spanish Club 3. 4 Eoolball I, 2. 3, 4 Baskefball I. 2. 3. 4 MAXINE HINKLER Aquilo Board 4 Grapevine Staff I. 2. 3, 4 Shorfhand Club 4 Debale Club I, 2. 3. 4 Dramalic 'Club I. 2. 3. 4 "Maisie" - good debater - b skaling Fan. HERBERT HOLLISTER Aquilo Sfalf 4 Grapevine Staff 2. 3, 4 Dramafic Club 3. 4 Football I. 2. 3. 4 Baskelball Mgr. 3, 4 "Herb" - sfar debafer wrofe half of These - jolly Holly l.aTin Club 2 Debafe Club 2. 3. 4 Hi-Y 3. 4 Science Club 3 Inlramurals I. 2 - Talkalive- Those parries - I-li-Y 3. 4 Intramurals I Science Club 3 All Slar foolball player - leffy - fhe between-season parlies -- our-ol-Town girls RICHARD HILES Ar? Club 3 Mechanical Drawing 3 I-li-Y 3, 4 Inframurals 2 Chorus I. 2, 3, 4 The crooner -- buddies wifh Blifz - one of The homeroom duel - absem' offen E I - I Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 F. I-I. A. 4 Chorus I, 2, 3 Inlramurals I. 2. 3 londy? - piano roll blues - I I Page Forty-Nine . . .,..,...-.. ...1 DORIS JANES Arl Club I. 2. 4 Drarnalic -Club l. 3. 4 Y-Teens 2. 4 "Chauncey" --- professional Findley - blondiie l?l -joker CARL KARSH l-li-Y 3. 4 Alhlelic Council l Baskefball l, 2. 3. 4 Chorus I, 2. 3 lnlramurals I. 2 Grapevine Slalf 2 school skipper -- lives lor Q- happy-go-lucky Aguilo Sfall 4 Lafin Club 2 Spanish Club 3. 4 aT Lukes - always fi hlin - alhlelic - Tease. lnlramurals l "Corky" - The bubble gum vvifh Ann W perpefual Tardiness EVELYN KING Grapevine Slalf 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 Arl Club l, 2. 3 4 Chorus l, 2. 3 F. ll. A. 3, 4 lnlrarnurals l, 2. 3 Drarnalic Club I. 3. 4 lvlonilor 4 "Kingo" - engaged - guile The gal - LeRoy - "men will never hurl me" E Those slories she makes up PHYLLIS LADDY Grapevine Sfafl 2. 3, 4 lnlrarnurals 4 Drarnalic Club 4 F. lfl. A. 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 Everyone's friend - burns around wilh lvlarylou e- good- hearled ef 'rhal languagel - willy l'1lgv lfiffy Q E4 RICHARD MEAD F. Fi. A. I. 2. 3. 4 "Bus1er" v- Those corny jokes - a nnan-aboul-Town - one ol pop's ha ha men - always arguing BARBARA MILLER Aquilo Board 4 Grapevine Sfalf 2. 3. 4 Shorlhand Club 4 Dramalic Club 3, 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 "Come on kids. pep'em up" wavy hair - "I losT my voice" CourT .Z A , f MARGRIT LICHTENFELD Grapevine Slalf 2. 3. 4 F. I-I. A. 4 Shorlhand Club 4 Drarnafic Club I. 4 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 Inlrarnulrals I. 2. 3. 4 ball guard - likes To Talk a lol EARLAINE MAIGEE Shorlhand Club 4 IS. I-I. A. 4 Monilor 4 "Duggie" - hails from Greenfield - Talkarive - new Iasf year - friendly - loves baskelball Chorus I Afhlelic Council I Cheerleader I, 2. 3, 4 lnlramurals l. 2, 3. 4 Class Treasurer 2, 3 lasl of The Millers - prelly -egood dancer - Queens Page Fifty-One Reliable f- 'rhose drannalic speeches - Carl --- good baskef- CARL MUSCARELLA Aquilo STaTT 4 LaTin Club 2 ArT Club l. 2, 3 Dram.aTic Club 4 l-li-Y 4 lnTramurals 2 Mechanical Drawing 3 Sci-ence Club 3 "Moose" - iT's MargriT - one of The few brains - always a big smile - quieT buT friendly ARCHIE OTIS ArT Club 2 DramaTic Club 4 Hi-Y 4 "lTchie" -- The jolly boy - one of BliTz's men - a friend of all - ThaT silly grin. l l ooNALo PALERMO Aquilo STaTf 4 Spanish Club 2 ArT 'Club 3 Hi-Y 3. 4 FooTball 3, 4 Mechanical Drawing 3 BaskeTball 3 MoniTor 4 lnTrarnurals l. 2 Science Club 3 "Wheel" - anoTher wisecraclcer - buddies wiTh Fish - Shirley's cousin - good dancer - cradle-robber SHIRLEY PALERMO Aquilo Board 4 Spanish Club 3 Grapevine STafT 3. 4 DrannaTic Club I, 3, 4 F. l-l. A. 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 Chorus I, 2. 3. 4 lnTrarnurals I, 3. 4 Good singer - her second home is The l-larbor - All-STaTe Chorus - many irons in The fire -- Queen's courT Page Fifty-Two JOHN PICHLER F. F. A. I.2. 3,4 I-Ii-Y4 "Pickles" -his love is for peanufs - aniallier ol Pops men- chums with Chace JANE POST Grapevine Slaff 4 II. I-I. A. 4 Shorlhand Club 4 Chorus I. 2. 3 Dramalic Club 4 Infrarnurals I Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 Class Treasurer I Prefly grape gueen - Charlie - liked by everyone - mv broTh.er, Rusfy - wha? a wardrobe! FLORENCE PARMENTER Q V bhorfhand Club 4 Dramafic Club I. 3, 4 NC' F. I-I. A. 3, 4 Y-Teens 2. 4 Debale Club 2 Inlrannurals I. 2. 3, 4 "I:Iossy" -I shorlhand genius - Those jokes in P. 0. D. - good cook -4- wonderlul magazine salesman MARILYN PASCI-IKE Shorlhand Club 4 Ii. I-I. A. 3. 4 Y-Teens 4 Inlramurals 4 Chorus 2, 3. 4 Those men in rny life! f Clymer - "Mum" gal - corny jokes - buddies with Nlilzi Page Fifty-Three LAURA POST Shorlhand Club 4 F. I-I. A. 3, 4 "l.olly" -- cuTe - one svveef gal Y her hr-arf belongs To Gorniak -- baby lace -M quief 7 ? RICHARD PULLING Latin Club 2 I-li-Y 3. 4 Foofball I, 2. 3. 4 Inframurals I Baskefball I. 2. 3. 4 "Tex" - The orher All Slar - nof shy around Oil -Cify girls - cowboy sing-er E horse lover DAVID REED Aquilo Slaff 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 lioofball Mgr. 4 Science Club 3 Intramurals 2. 3 "Peabody" - ouief f Alice Jane M- Ray's churn - Tough luck in Ioolball - friendly EDWARD REIN I-li-Y 4 Grapevine STaIf 4 Infrarnurals 2 Chorus I, 4 Monilor 4 "Spider" 4 in The Navy Reserves A a blond is his favorile -- The preach-er's son - pals wilh Sleve 1111310 Fifty-Four l HELEN RIZZO Aquilo Board 4 Y-Teens 2, 3. 4 Grapevine Sraff 2. 3. 4 F. l-l. A. 4 Spanish Club 3. 4 Chorus I. 2, 3. Dramafic Club I. 2. 3. 4 Arr Club 3 "STurnp" - good rake-off on AI Jolson - 'rells Tall Tales here. There, and everywhere - speedy forward JEAN ROACHE Aquilo Board 4 Chorus 3. 4 Grapevine Sralf 2. 3. 4 Dramafic Club 3. 4 lnfrarnurals I, 2 Science Club 3 Y-Teens 2, 3. 4 lvlionifor 4 F. l-l. A. 4 Excuse blank colleclor - Ray - cure. short hairdo Ternpermenfal disposifion - capable - soff voice lsome Timesl PEGGY SALEN Aquilo Board 4 Chorus I, 2. 3. 4 Grapevine Sfaff 3, 4 lnrramurals l. 2. 3, 4 Lalin Club 2 F. l-l. A. 4 Dramalic Club 3, 4 Alhlefic Council 2 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 K' Class vice presid-en? 3 Hubba. hubba - good acfress - which one is ir? - All American girl - yackefy, yackery. yack -- Queens courf GLADYS SAUNDERS Shorfhand Club 4 F. l-l. A. 3. 4 Sews well - pals wifh Earlaine - Greenfield - who is This Joe? capable - pleasanr' Page Fifty-Five RAYMOND SEAMAN Aouilo Slalf 4 Grapevine Sfall 2. 3, 4 Hi-Y 3. 4 Ivlechanical Drawing 3 Science Club 3 "Iggy" - vvheeeeeeee - Jeanie - vvhal da ya say? - Schrnilles - comic 4 whiz in phiz. HUBERT SHAFFER An Club 2 F. F. A. 3. 4 Ili-Y 4 Mechanical Drawing 3 "Hube" - The big grin - heh - heh - Ionglella -- good sense ol hum-or JACK SCHMIDT Grapevine Slaff 4 I.aTin Club 2 I-li-Y 3. 4 Foolball I. 2. 4 lVIoni'ror 4 Baskelball 2. 4 Science -Club 3 Inlramurals I. 3 "lNiId Bill" - The Ponliac kid - likes To box -- quile a man wilh The women A- beaT up car JACK SCHUSTER Grapevine Slall 4 Spanish Club 4 Hi-Y 4 Foofball 4 Class Secrefary 4 "Scoo'rer" -- came from Easf - organized The To-olhpiclc club W an odd slyle of dress 2 Ar? Club I. 2. 3. 4 Drannalic Club 3. 4 Foolball 3, 4 Intramurals I. 2, 3. 4 Page Fifty-Six CLAIRE ST. CLAIR Aquilo Board 4 F. l-l. A. 4 Grapevine Sfafl 4 Chorus l, 3. 4 Spanish Club 3. 4 Band 2. 3. 4 Dramafic Club I. 3. 4 lnlramurals l. 2. 3. 4 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 Monilor 4 Lalin Club 2. 3 Sludenl Council l. 4 Ambifious - prelly red hair - devilish - good piano player - drives 7 a Dodge -- aclive in plays .IOANNE STURDIVANT Aquilo Board 4 Class officer 2 Shorfhand Club 4 Monifor 4 F. l-l. A. 3. 4 Sludenl Council 4 lnlramurals 2. 3 Mel - a fri-end To ev-eryone - A's jus? come nafurally - pals wifh Florence - wears a diamond RONALD SMITH l-li-Y 4 Foofball 3. 4 Monilor 4 "SmiT'ry" - always lilces To argue - anolher ho?-rod driver M he gels around SALLY SOUERS Aguilo Board 4 Cheerleader 2. 3, 4 Grapevine Slall 3, 4 lnframurals I. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4 Science Club 3 F. l-l. A. 4 Class secrelary 3 l-learl breaker -- prelfy clolhes - cule giggle - movie fan - peppy cheerleader - Queen's courl Page Fifty-Sezicn i,' . CHARLES VALONE Aguilo STaTf 4 Grapevine STafl I. 2. 3. 4 DramaTic Club 3. 4 4 l-li Y 4 AThleTic Council 2. 3. FooTball I, 2. 3, 4 l3aslseTball !. 2. 3. 4 "l3lasTer" - -makes diTTiculT shoTs - acTive assisTanT Grape' vine ediTor - V- player good looTball JOANNE VAN GIESEN ArT Club I, 2. 3 DramaTic Club 4 Y-Teens 4 "VVanny" 4 cufe figure summer Tan - good arTisT CHARLES TAYLOR Aquilo Board' 4 Grapevine STaTT 4 FooTball I. 2. 3. 4 Basl4eTball 3. 4 lnTrarnurals I. 2 LaTin Club 2 Hi-Y 3. 4 Mechanical Drawing 4 Science Club 3 DramaTic Club 4 "lyler" - is iT Sally? - good TooTball player - wroTe oTher half of These MILDRED THOMPSON ShorThand 'Club 4 Chorus I. 2. 3. 4 F, l-l, A, 4 Inframurals 2. 3. 4 "MiTzi" - sTudious - as nice as They come - always eaTing - poliTe - her besT pal is Marilyn ArT Club l. 2. 3 - Mechanical Drawing 4 Science Club 3 Chorus 2. 3 lnframurals l. 2. 3. 4 lasT of The Van Giesens - Thai' Page Fifty Eight FRANK VELLA ArT Club 4 I-li-Y 3, 4 Chorus 2, 4 AThleTic Council I. 3 Band 4 FooTball I, 2. 3 lnTramuraIs I. 2, 3 BaskeTball Mgr. 2. 3. 4 "Brook" -- liTe of The parTy - good Tor laughs - played very good TooTb-all - geTs along wiTh The coach! MILDRED VILLA Grapevine STalT 2. 3, 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 DebaTe Club 3. 4 F. I-I. A. 4 DramaTic Club l. 3. 4 Chorus I. 2. 3 Inlramurals I. 2. 3. 4 "I-Ioney Babe" -- noTorious laugh - gives gymnasTic exer- cises - Those wicked shoTs - sTravvberry blonde - Sonny WILFRED VOGT DrarnaTic Club 3. 4 I-li-Y 4 FooTball I. 2. 3 Spanish Club 2. 4 BaskeTball l. 2. 3 ArT Club I lnTrarnurals 4 AThleTic Council 3 "BuTch" - has a good voice - Audrey? - long and com- pIicaTed Trig meThods - beauTiTuI Buick? MARYLOU WEINHEIMER if . Grapevine STaTT 3, 4 i Chorus I. 2. 3 ShorThand Club 4 Twirler l, 2 DramaTic -Club I. 3. 4 InTrarnurals I, 3. 4 Y-Teens 2. 3. 4 Class SecreTary 2 F. I-l. A. 3. 4 lVloniTor 4 "Lou" - slick chick - her one and only is Bill, although she does a IiTTle TlirTing on The side - Que-en's courT Page Fifty-Nine y ' .1-J ANALEE YOUNGS ShorThand Club 4 E. ll A. 3. 4 Silence is qolden - presidenT of F. H. A. 4- - pals wlTh Lolly f- loves ShorThand - who is IT now? MARIE YOUNGS Grapevine STaTT 2. 3. 4 Chorus 2. 3. 4 Dramahc Club 3, 4 lnTramurals l. 2. 3. 4 Y-Teens 3, 4 lVloniTor 4 F. l-l. A. 3. 4 Vlfeddinq bells in June - nice personaliTy - Mel - always willing To help - Those Trips To Albion EVELYN WELCH Aoullo Board 4 ArT Club 2. 3. 4 Grapevine STaTf 2. 3 Chorus l. 2. 3 DramaTlc Club l. 3. 4 Y-Teens 2, 3. 4 lVlonlTor 4 ShorThand Club 4 "l3elch" - Oh. Frankie - Those Trips To Corry - supe lcniTTer -- cuTe and svveeT - likes Them Tall DONALD WHEELER Hi-Y 4 lVloniTor 4 Science Club 3 "Don" - has some grey maTTer - had a hoT-rod - original ly from Academy - quieT Page Sixty M 'Ks Senior Class Will and Prophesy We, The Senior Class of l95l. having no men- Tal defecTs and bein.g of sound mind heneby leave: To The Juniors: We bequeaTh our hallowed seafs in sTudy hall. IT is our wish ThaT hav- ing enTered The hallowed place The Junior Class observes a m.ornenT's silence in memory of and in respecT of The Class of '5l. To The Sophomores: Our salesmanship and abiliTy of skipping school. To The Freshmen: Our characTerisTics, pecul- iarariTies, and idosyncrasies of naTure. Henry ArTlip wills his success aT The Breeze To Carol Mecklen. Donald Durnond wills his curly hair To Frank Pichler. STephen Elabarger wills his neaTness To RoberT l-lasIeTT. John Ferko wills his quieTness To KiTTy Behnken. Frank Fisher wills his baskefba-ll abilify To Tom Gibbs. Neal Henderson wills his All-STar cenTer posi- Tion T-o Guy OrTon. Richard ljliles wills his sleeping in school To Janice Weaver. l-lerberT l-lollisTer wills his size To Richard Sos- nowski. Carl Karsh wills his driving abiliTy To Janice Feidl-er. Richard Mead wills his wise cracks To Gordon Budd. Carl Muscarella wills his brains To Frank Todd. Donald Palermo wills his be-bop To PaTricia PoliTz. John Pichler wills his desire for peanuTs To Fred Piazza. Roger Chanc-e wills his Talks To Carol Johnson. Gorniak. Francis BarnharT wills his Ag Trips To Duane ln- gham. Raymond Case wills his debaTe speeches To Eleanor Keep. Charl-es Bissell wills his piano playing To Eliza- beTh Long. Roger Chace wills his Talks To Carol Johnson. Richard Pulling wills his nwscles To RoberT Du- Fosse. David Reed wills his seriousness To Norma Al- corn. Edward Rein wills his argumenTs To Samuel Rum- berger. Jack SchmidT wills his boxing To William Semel- ka. Jack SchusTer wills his .French haT To SalvaTore Allessie.. Raymond Seaman wills his marks in Physics To Jon Dumond. Charles Taylor wills his girls To James Villa. Cyde Burnham wills a ride in his car To anyone wiTh a sTrong hearT. Raymond Case wills his blonde hair To Donald Murray. Archie OTis wills his speeding To Thomas Dodd. Ronald SmiTh wills his Troubles To William Sel- kregg. U Wilfred ViogT wills his hearT To Audrey SmiTh. Charles Valone wills his ho-ok-shoT's To James SmiTh. Frank Vella wills his nose To anyone who can Take The razzing ThaT goes wiTh iT. Donald Wheeler wills his Typing speed To Frank Paparazzo. HuberT Shaffer wills his remarks in English To Marilyn McCoy. Lois Arnink wills her roller skaTes To Priscilla L-oucks. Dolores ChriesT wills her ambiTion To James Luk-e. Jean l-lannah wills her job To EsTher YosT. Joan Gibbs wills her soda slinging To Evelyn Puscheck. M-argriT LichTenTeld wills her shorThand To Donna Weingard. H Aice FiTzpaTrick wills her calmness To Lois NorThruip. Maxine l-linkler will her "Luck" To Joan Desin. Page Sixty-One l if 1 P7 fr.- 5 Doris Janes wills her car "Bessie" To Gloria Snell. Evelyn King wills her diamond To Eleanor Eades. Phyllis Laddy wills The Harbor cheeseburgers To Marilyn Gill. Earlaine Magee wills discussions in P. O. D.. To The nexT class. Barbara Miller wills her pep To JaneT Cornmes- ser. Shirley Palermo wills her singing abiliTy to John DuFosse. Florence ParmenTer wills her excuse blanks To Thora Decker. Marilyn Paschkie wills her Trips on The bus To Ann McGowen. Jane PosT wills her Grape Queen TiTle To nexT year's queen. Laura PosT wills her sweeTness To Shirley Lick. Helena Rizzo wills her heighT To Bud Harris. Jean Roache wills her job for Miss Sheridan To RoberT AlThof. Peggy Salen wills her abiliTy To acT To Marcella Healy. . Gladys Saunders wills her bashfulness To Donald Murray. Who As l am a salesman. l Travel from Town To Town and l would like To Telll you abouT one of my experiences. When I arrived in NorTh EasT. l sTopped aT a gas sTaTion owned by John Ferko and Francis BarnharT. where l goT dir-ecTions. l Then wenT To The HoTel Conoord To regisfer. and The manager Henry ArTlip showed me To my room. Being seT- Tled, I decided To look around Town. buT was delayed when a car was double parked beside me. AfTer waiTing impaTi-enTly for fifTeen min- uTes, Doris Janes explained To me ThaT she had only gone To maiirl a leTTer To her friend Lois Arnink. who was now in The Air Force. As l drove ,Through Town. l noTiced many changes sin-ce l had lasT been Through. HerberT HollisTer was The owner of HollisTer and Phillips' cloThing sforeg Marylou Weinheimer was man- ager -of her faTher's sTore, assisTed by her friend, Peggy Salen: and Evelyn Welch had a posiTion in The FirsT NaTional Bank. Sally Souers wills her cheerleading To Thomas ST. Clair. Claire ST. Clair wills her red hair To Judy Elabar- ger. JoAnne STurdivanT wills her giggle To Beverly Chace. Mildred Thompson wills her cooking abiliTy To lvlargareT Greider. Joan Van Gi-esen wills her arTisTry To Helen Mc- Bride. , ' Mildred Villa wills her exercises To Paul Randall. Marylou Weinheimer wills her love for The army To Carol MacTarnaghan. Evelyn W-elch wills her booTh aT Salchow's To Eleanor Farver. Analee Youngs wills her presidency in E. H. A. To Leona BarTleTT. Marie Youngs wills her voice To Roswell Davis. On This firsT day of The monTh of June. in The year of our Lord NineTeen Hundred and fifTy- one. in The Borough of NorTh EasT. CounTy of Joan Van Giesen wills 'her arTisTry To Helen Mc- Erie. sTaTe of Pennsylvania. UniTed STaTes of America. we The undersigned do hereunto aTTach our seal, TesTifying ThaT This is our lasT will and TesTamenT. The Class of l95I ' Am I? l wenT To a drugsTore. owned by Dolores ChriesT. To geT some aspirin. and Then To Flor- ence ParmenTer's dinor where l found Laura PosT and Gladys Saunders on Their lunch hour from The Sunshine office. ThaT afTerno.on l saw many of my old acquainT- ances, among Them Mrs. Jane lPosTl Bissell. who had sTopped in Murphys' To Talk To Barbara Mil- ler. who was now one of The head clerks. Don- ald Palermoand Carl Muscarella. who were home from college were lounging in The Ecomai. where Mildred Thompson was now working. The boys were waiTing for Their pa-ls. Huberf Shaffer and Ronald Blakeslee To come from work aT The General El-ecTric. ThaT nighT l wenT To The TheaTer owned by Donald Dumond, and saw The movie "Wash- board." sTarring Joanne Van Geisen and Charles Valone. Going To The hoTel I was delayed when l pass- Page Sixty-Two ed The Cozy Club and recognized The owners. Jack SchusTer and Jack SchmidT. AfTer I arrived aT my ro-om, I picked uip The IaTesT novel wriTTen by STephen Elabarger. NoT being able To concenTraTe on This. I Turned on The radio and lisTened To a program by The singer Shirley Pal-ermo. I sTayed up To hear Dave Reed's sfporTs review and heard how Carl Karsh and Neal Henderson led NoTre Dame To anoTher vicTory. The nexT morning I aTe breakfasT in The hoTel dining room where Annalee Youngs was now working. I Then boughT a local paper and read how a former NorTh EasT residenT, Richard "Tex" Pulling had won anoTher race wiTh his horse. "Rocko": saw an announcemenT of Mildred Villa's engagement and learned ThaT The governor from Pennsylvania. Frank Fisher and his assisTanT Wil- fred "BuTch" VogT. were To be in Town on a busi- ness Trip. NOT hearing anyThing from my company, I de- cided To call To receive orders abouT my nexT assignment. Picking up The phone I inTerrupTed a conv-ersaTion beTween Mrs. Evelyn King and Maxine Hinkler, now secreTary for a docTor in Erie. T I decided To Take a ride before lunch, buT had difficulTies when one of Raymond Case's driver Training sTudenTs came To an abrupT sTop in fronT of me. I Then rode To The lake To see The boaT livery owned by Ronald SmiTh and Tl've Snack Bar owned by Joan Gibbs and MiargriT LichTenfeId. Riding back iniTo Town I noTiced a sign adverTising Alice FiTzpaTrick's music sTudio. AfTer I goT a lunch aT Jean Hannah's Tea Room., I again Tried To call my company. only To hear Marilyn Paschke arguing wiTh her Tax collecTor. Archie OTis. N-oT being abl-e To geT my parTy on The Tele- phone I decided To Take in The annual Grape Carnival. Upon arriving I meT Roger Chace, chair- man. sTanding by Richard Mead's Oliver Farm equipmenT display. From There. I w-enT To John PichIer's peanuT concession where I meT Mrs. Marie lYoung.sl Taylor and her husband, along wiTh Roger Babcock and his wiTe. AfTer con- versing wiTh Them for a while I wandered over To Clyde Burnham's livesTock display. As I sTarTed To leave. I heard The barker. Raymond Seaman. Telling of STrong Man Don W'he-eler's feaTs of sTr-engTh. As I was on my way up Town. I sTopped To Talk To Ensign Eddie Rein and Midshipmen Frank Vella. who were on a Ten day leave. When I goT To Town, I sTopped in aT Charles Tayl-or's Record Bar where I boughT a besT selling record by The popular Twosome. Helena Rizzo and Rich- ard Hiles. AfTer purchasing my record. I decid- ed To visiT my old Alma MaTer. NorTh EasT High School. I walked inTo The office where school nurse Jean Roache and music Teacher Claire ST. Clair were conferring wiTh principal. Joanne STurdiivanT. SiTTing aT The secreTary's desk was Earlaine Magee, who was Typing ouT reporTs. Leaving The office and walking To The gym I noTiced Sally Souers conducTing her gym classes. ReTurning To my hoTeI room I was connecTed wiTh my parTy by The long disTance Telephone operaTor. Phyllis Laddy, and I was insTrucTed To Travel To New York. You may find ouT who I am by looking in The ads. OH SCHOOL! OUR SCHOOL lwifh apologies To Wa-IT WhiTmanj Oh school! Our school! Our fearful Term is done. We have weaTher'd every TesT, The diploma we've soughT, is won. The day is near. when The Tardy bell, we won'T hear. and The Teachers are all rejoicing While following sTi'll The seni-ors sTeady keel.. are The juniors grim and daring. Buf O harp! harp! harp! No more reprimands so sharp VVhere on The floor our Teachers lie Fallen Tired wiTh many a sigh: Oh juniors! Our juniors! rise up and heed The bell Rise up for To you The sTudy hall is flung. unTil your Term is done For you. The -poor unforTunaTes wiTh only one more year To dwell. For you. we leave our ouTgrown school. make sure you occupy iT for more Than fun. Anne McGo'wen Marilyn McCoy Janice Weaver Page Sixty-Three Memories of the Class of '51 Lois Arnink's everlasting love tor E. S. Henry Artli-p's inumerable excuses. Roger Babcock's going steady for tour years, Francis Barnhart's talks in English lll. Charles Bissell's musical ability. Ronald Blakeslee's job with "Roachie". Clyde Burnham's job at the A and P. Raymond Case's arguments in P. O. D. Roger Chace's interest in F. F. A. Dolores Chriest's haste and business. Donald Dumond's slaughtered Spanish. Steve Elabarger's interest in Sally. John Ferko's buzzing around in a Chevy. Frank Fisher's dead eye shots in basketball Alice Fitzpatrick's quietness. Joan Gibbs' driving. Jean t-lannah's job at Wallin's. Neal l-lenderson's popularity with women! Richard l-liles' crooning. Maxine l-linkler's enthusiasm. Herbert l-lollist-er's debate talks. Doris Janes' blond hair. Carl Karsh's tardiness. Evelyn King's diamond ring. Phyllis Ladfdy's love for cheeseburgers, Margrit l.ichtenfeld's extraordinary talks. Earlaine Magee's tales in P. O. D. Richard Mead's "cute" nickname. Barbara Miller's pep in cheering. Carl Muscarella's sudden interest in women. Archie Otis' reddening face. Donald Pal-errno's interest in underclassmen. Shirley Palermo's swell personality. Forence Parmenter's love for square dancing. Marilyn Paschke's argyl-e socks. John Pichler's lov-e for peanuts. Jane Post's petiteness. Laura Post's love t-or an underclassmen. Richard Pulling's rnuscles. Dave Reed's nice ways. Edward Rein's being a proud navy man. I-lelena Rizzo's Jolson act. Jean Roache's "Bring your excuse blanks!" Claire St. Clair's red hair. Margaret Sal-en's boyfriends. Jack Schmidt's appeal. 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The times when he jokingly puts his arm around you and teasingly asks when you are going out with him, you laugh. and kid along with him.. But inside, your heart is crying for the chance to do just that. To give all. and get nothing in return. is this tragic thing called unrequited love. Dolores Chriest FEAR Someone called her name! She walked from the room to see what he wanted. What was that he said? I'-le couldn't actually mean it., There must be a mistake! But no. he meant it. So slow- ly she turned and started walking down the hall. She was terrified and shaking. What had she done? Was there no way to get out of it? Could she run? Was there anywhere to go? No. she had to go through with it. Soi. trembling. she went to meet her fate. She was nearly to the door! Was there no escape? Slowly she opened the door and walked in.. l-le was waiting! Who was this girl and who was waiting. you may ask. What was the terrifing place to which she was going? Well. the girl was a freshman and Mr. Davis was the one who was waiting. lt was her first visit to the office. Joan Gibbs MELODY OF NIGHT The invariable undertone of tree-frogs and crickets: the howl of a lonely dog in the dist- anc-e: the whistle of a train as it rolls along the railroad tracks across town: the sound of the wind blowing leaves and papers along the ground: the sound of the owl and other nocturn- ai birds-all make up nature's melody in the night. Jack Schmidt MY FAVORITE LADY l think every boy has a favorite lady. and so it is with me. My favorite lady is a kind and gentle person, and ever since l've known her. she has b-een exceptionally good to me. There are many reasons why she is my favorite lady. but the main one is because she has been ac- cepted so whol-eheartedly by my family. l know I haven't a brother or sister who doesn't love her as m-uch as l do.. l know people say that a boy my age cannot like a person this much. but in my case l think they are wrong. She has al- ways been my favorite la-dy since l have known her, and she always will be. The reason l love and worship her so much. as does my whole fam- ilyi, is because my favorite lady is my mother. Frank Fisher A SODA JERK This is an essay -on a soda jerk: well. not on him really but about him. Leave off the soda and all you have is a jerk. "Jerk" comes from the dictionary. and is found between the words Jeremiah and jerked beef - silly. isn't it? The definition of jerk is this: Jerk la wavy line over the to give a sudden pull. twist. or push: to throw with a quick movement: cut into long strips and dry in the sun. as beef: a sudden or quick pull or push. Now that l have made the jerk clear to you. let's get back to the jerk. jDouble:talkl. It seems that at -one time. a long time ago. a person who dished up sodas was simply a soda mak-er. Everything would have been all right except one day a thug "held up" a soda foun- tain. After he had the money he decided he was thirsty and would have a drink: so he said to the proprietor, "How about a soda, jerk?" Hence the name - soda jerk. Once I knew a sweet little jerk lsoda. that isl with blond hair, blue eyes. and a beautiful . . . but enough of my experiences. Actually it is a shame to have such a name tacked onto persons who do not deserve it. al- though it fits quite a few of the present day jerks. Som-e places. as in Brooklyn, the name jerk is spelled and pronounced differently - like joik - but it all means the same any place. Charles Taylor Page Sixty-Six OUR ROOSTER I-le was a helpless liTTle chick ThaT morning when he brok-e ouT of his shell. A sofT. weT. and homely liTTle bundle of fuzz.. BuT by The end of six monfhs he had developed inTo The finesT. largesT. and mosf handsome noosTer I have ever seen. WhiTe plumed f-eafhers covered his body now. and his brighf red comb. perched on Top of his head, shone a golden red in The sunIighT. I-le was a proud one, full of vigor and energy. very cocky. bold. and sure of himself. BuT he was jusT a liTTle Too sure. a biT Too pnoud. and much Too masTerful. Whenever anyone would go near his pen. he w-ould scream and claw againsf The wire fence, If you would even Try To enT-er his small kingdom, you would have To Take a broom, hoe. or sfick To defend yourself. The dog, our caT, children and grownu-ps were all afraid of him: even The oTher chickens wquld noT go near his pen. l.'Vhen he crowed. he was crow- ing To The world ThaT he was iTs masTer. BuT now he sTruTs and fIuTTers no more. Nor can he raise clouds of dusT wifTh The flapping of his wings. AT This momenT he is siTTing in fronT of my faTher. ready To be carved and eaTen. His reign over T'he barnyard has finally ended. MargriT LichT-enfeld THANKSGIVING AT OUR HOUSE Thanksgiving AT Our I-louse? WhaT a rioT. Thanksgiving morning everyone is up brighT and early abouT I I O'cl-ock. awai,Ting The coming re- pasT. I-lowever There is a Tedious. h-earTbreaking Task To be compleTed. I don'+ 'have To Tell you -you guessed iT. The Turkey l.as To be decapi- TaTed. . So The Two of us. FaTher and Son. Troop ouT inTo The cold. blusfery wind and proceed To caTch. did I say proceed? I meanf Try To caTch The Turkey. A merry chase ensued over hill and dale led by a plump. young Tender Turkey. Well The way I see IT. The Turkey has no burning desire To be converfed i'nTo a TasTy dinner. The fam- ily had a differenT slanT on The quesTion. since This is a Democracy and The majoriTy rules, and we voTed sTraighT Turkey dinner, Thus over rul- ing The Turkey's wishes. Then The only problem was To capTure The gobbler. Four hills, six dales and eighT pounds laTer IThaT's whaT Dad losTl. we caTch a skinny, bedraggled Turkey. INoTe The descripTion before The ohasel. We march back To The execuTioner's block. The ax falls once-Twice-Thr-ee-Times: iusT call me Two-fingered Mike. Oh, well! Who likes Turkey anyway? NOT This characTer. VVeIl, come To Think of iT. who likes To wriTe Themes eifher? Well. such is life. Jack Schusfer "GRANDMA" "In all This world There is no oTher- Can Take The place of my Grandmofherf' To me. Those lines are perfecT for my Grand- mofher, To The world she is my G-randmoTher. buT To me she will always be "Grandma" a sw-eeT liTTle lady wiTh a hearT of gold. There is no one like her anywhere. She has an undersTand- ing of people which could noT be acquired aT The besT universify in The counTry and when I go To her house I know ThaT I am The closesT To home ThaT I will ever be. If I am in need of ad- vice. I know I can go To Grandma wiTh confi- dence. noT of a IecTure. buT .of geTTing The facT presenTed before me as a scale so I can see which side is To my advanTage. Through The years, Grandma has Tried To T-each me some of The fine ideals she has. and I can- noT help buT feel as I go on Through life ThaT no maTTer how many imporTanT and successful people I am apT To meeT. I will never meeT any- one who can Take Grandma's place in my hearT, Maxine Hinkler MYRTLE MyrTIe has always been The quieT Type. Ever since she came To our house. which was abouT nine monfhs ago, she has s-penT mosf of her Time in The living room, wiTh an occasional Trip To The kiTchen. All day long MyrTIe sTays in aImosT The same spoT. ThaT is because she has To - she can'T go far because her pan is only abouT eighTeen inches in diamefer. Yes, MyrTle is a TurTIe who spends all her Time lying on a sTone or in shallow waTer, I Think maybe she's lonely. When I boughT her IasT May for my liTTle sisTer. I boughT anofher one Too. BuT one day someone Took Them ouT of The pan To change The waTer. and puT Them on The floor. MyrTle sTarT-ed To crawl under The couch. and had To be reTrieved. Meanwhile. poor Teddy. The oTher one, disappeared. IT is sTiIl a mysTery where she wenT. because she was never seen again. Wihen I picked MIyrTle and Teddy ouT aT The store, Myrfle was huddled in a corner. I picked her because she had a preTTy painTing on her back: I boughT Teddy because he was so lively. I guess maybe he was a liTTle Too lively. Every Time you look aT MyrTIe. you would swear she was aT IeasT half dead. BuT honesTly'. I don'T Think she will ever die. Maybe she is being jusT plain sm-arT and saving her energy for old age. Could be . . . Florence ParmenTer Page Sixty-Seven "WHA HOPPENED" Lying in a precarious posifion on The edge of The Tipping hammock. The elderly man was sleep- ing in The hoT noonday sun. As I approached, I noTic-ed how his sound slumber was undisfurbed by The horsefly persisTenTly Trying To land on his nose. Because The old man was snoring loudly. and frequenTly adiusTing his posiTion in The cloTh hammock. The fly gave up. And no sooner had The fly reTreaTed when The old man's arm in- sTanTly flew up and in an aTTempT To sTrike The fly insTead of his nose. The old man was Turned upside down and upseT upon The ground wiTh a sharp iolT. Affer waTching The scene I couldn'T help buf be amused aT The occurrence and bursT ouT laughing. The old man sl-eepily looked up aT me from his newly found posifion and wiTh a quesTioning look grumbled, "Nlow iT ain'T ThaT funny." i iHelen McBride AN OPEN FIRE Firelighf casfs ifs spell of enchanTmenT abouT The humblesT room. weaving sfrange paTTerns of lighT and shadows upon The walls, drawing cares and weariness upward wiTh The drifTing smoke. leaving in Their place, peace, qui-eTude.. and con- TenTmenT. As you siT before an open fire and waTch The curling wisps of blue smoke wind Them- selves abouf The burning logs. you feel saffisfied and serious. As The logs upon The hearTh snap and crackle and The small Tongues of flame grow swiffly brighfer. The room is aglow wiTh reflec- Tions made by The magic of firelighT. IT is an open fire which brings saTisfacTion and com- forT To Those siTTing in a room on a cold, snowy evening wiTh The wind picking up The parTicles and smoke as They dance up The chimney and swishing Them Through The air. Claire ST. Clair FEAR ' Down The long narrow hall I slowly walked. Each sTep drew me nearer To my faTe. WhaT could I do now? Was iT T-oo laTe? I hesiTaTedi. Then walked on unTiI I came To The designafed room. OThers were There Too. waifing for The decision ThaT would mean Their success or failure. WhaT was I going To do? Drops of sweaT gafhered on my brow. lvly nerves were geTTing The besT of me. 'lvIinuTes se-emed like hours.. Th-en if happen- ed. The crucial momenT had arrived. I received my reporf card. Earlaine Magee WINTER MORNING I-lave you ever looked ouT The window afTer an all-nighf snow? AT firsT glance. you see a winTer wonderland of puriTy and whiTe scenic beauTy. The snow glisTens" in The sunlighT wiTh The sparkle of a million diamonds. and you feel ThaT iT is jusT as valuable. The TemperaTure may be sub-zero. buT The Trees and bushes do noT look cold for They are covered wiTh a fluffy. whiTe blankeT of 3' qw.. As peoplewalk by. I can see The whiTe clouds of breaTh coming from Their mouThs and gan almosf hear The snow crunching under Their every sTep. IT begins To snow lighTly again and as The flakes fall slowly To earfh, winTer seems To be noT harsh buT gen- Tle. Then The beaufiful picTure becomes blurred. and l find ThaT Jack Frosf has painfed a winfer design of ice crysTals on my window. Suddenly. my picTure is rudely inTerrupTed for I have iusT remembered ThaT I m.usT hurry ouT To shovel The driveway so I can geT my car ouT of The garage. Don Palermo Page Sixty-Eight 1 -1 v Hit Parade You're Mine. You" ....... ..... . -- --- ....... ---- --- Diplomas after Graduation To Think You've Chosen Me" -- -- .... I ........ Armed Forces Thinking of You" ......... - Why Fight The Feeling" --- Three Little Words" ..- Now ls The Hour" --- We're Moving On" -- Sometimes" .... - My Buddy" --- All Mly Love" ,,..... .. I Need You So Much" H-- My Heart Cries For You" ...---..... -,.....---.----.. --,... Homework --- Skipping School --.,--,.. --- Where Were You? - .... Commencement ..-..--..--- Seniors --- Sophomores - ........ Buddy Harris --------..----- My Cnly "A" --------- lvlr. Ralston and a good joke -- Miss Sheridan and study hall skippers Where Do I Go From H-ere?" -- .......... Seniors after graduation Golden Rocket" ........ .- Can Any-one Explain?" --- -- .... .,----- Heart Aches" ..... , lt" Oh! Babe" ..... .. Tennesse Waltz" --- Dark Eyes" ........... - Tear Drops From My Eyes" So Long" ..- ,,.. ..... - - Johnston Rag" ..- Whispering" --,,,- Time Out For Tears" ,,, My Heart Cries For You" It The World Were Full Of Durantes" -- -..- Lucky. Lucky. Lucky Me" .......... ,,,, - - He Taught Me To YodeI" --. .... Greenfield 3us --- For the excuses 0- Report Cards ..---..-- We graduate ,-- 'Honey Babe" Villa ---- dances at N.E.H.S. - Schmidt and Schuster ----,- Failing an exam Leaving for the service ------- Roger Babcock ..---..,, Study Hall -..-, Graduation night --- Answers to 6 test ..---- Frank V-ella ---.. Maxine Hinkler --------..-----------.. Duane Ingham Wedding Bells" -.---.--. --- Evelyn lGng. Joanne S.. and Marie Youngs 'The Thing" ..--- Page Sixty-Nine -- Report Cards 1951 ' ef2f.QIi........ I 2 3 4 Mosi like-ly lo succeed. Dolores Chriesf, Carl Muscarella Silliesl ,, U Maxine Hinkler, Frank Vella Bosi looking , ,M Peggy Salen, Wilfred Vogl Mosl popular , ., . Barbara Miller, Carl Karsl1 5. Protliesi Hair ,, -,, Jack Schusfer, Mildred Villa 6. Mosl polile W., .--- Aliee Fifzpalrick, Edward 7. Mosl sludious a Dolores Clwriesl, Carl Muscau 8. Friendliesl ae, -.- Barbara Miller, Raymond Sea 9. Mosl capable nw Dolores Chriesl, Carl Muscar lO. Wifliesl -..D H-, Evelyn King, Ronald Blake xi Mosl Afhlelic Nha, Barbara Miller, Franklin Fisher lvlosl in love , ,... Marie Youngs, Charles Bissell Besl vocalisls A, ,..,, Shirley Palermo. Richard E-liles Besl acfress - aclor -- Peggy Salen, l-lerberl l-lollisler lvlosl Happy-Go-Lucky --- Doris Janes, Jack Schmid? lb. I7. I8. I9. 20. Prelliesl smile ,-,,,,, ,H ,, , Jane Posl, Carl Karsh Besl dressed, Marylou Weinheimer, Slephen Elabarger lVlos'r lallxalive .,,, ,,,,,, . , Helena Rizzo, Carl Karsh Besl dancer ,. ., Shirley Palermo, Donald Palermo Besl musician - Claire Sf. Clair, Charles Bissell Seven to Nine-Monday thru Friday Just what does this "seven to nine-lvlonday thru Friday" mean? lt means just this. Those two dreadful. little hours you spend every morning, five days a week. rushing around trying to get to school before that terrible bell rings to let you know that you made it in time. and can scamper to your room without a glaring tardy slip. Of course. somethimes that bell seems to ring just a little bit earlier than usual, and you meekly walk into the office and announce to lvliss Har- rison that you have a surpris-e for her-you're late! Just don't surprise her too often. or she might pop up with a surprise for you-a little talk from Mr, Davis. neatly boxed and tied! To me. 7:00 A. M. is the worst time of the whole day, and even worse on Monday. Just as I am in the middle of a wonderful dream, what do you think happens? You guessed it! "Jo Anne. time to get up." my mother informs me. What could be worse after staying up 'till the late hours of the night-or the early hours of the morning? I crawl out of bed. shaking because the room is cold as ice. half-asleep, and try to beat my sister to fhe bathroom. Of course. l-lelen gets there first. and l pace the floor, watching the seconds tick by. while Helen dilly- dallies around. trying to make me furious-which she usually does. l'm finally washed, dressed. nearly awake. and ready to take off. Just as Helen and I start for the door. we hear, "Did you girls eat any breakfast?" "No, Mom." we answer. "we didn't have any time. So-longs" We us how important it is that we eat breakfast. start off before she has a chance to explain to The weather today is just wonderful-for ducks! lt is raining to beat the band! l plow through mud and water and then wonder why my feet are wet. lt just might be because l didn't wear any boots. Naturally. my mother doesn't know about that. l pass Flossie's house on my way to school and, on second thought. decide l had better stop. lt just might be that she is still sleeping and would appreciate getting to school not more than fifteen minutes late. Well. what do you know? She's up and half-dressed! l wait for her. and we start to school with five minutes to get there. At the rate were going, it will take us seven minutes. We pass lv1argrit's house. and out she runs, bright and cheerful and anxious to get to school-for some unknown reason. The three of us engage in a bit of gossip and finally reach the girls' door with two minutes to spare before the bell rings. By this time. l'm half-soaked. my hair is straight. l'm in a terrible mood. and l have two tests coming up which l haven't studied' for, Nevertheless, l wasn't late, and there is a nice long day ahead of me. I don't know what is so nice about it. but it is certainly bound to be long.. But, I have one pleasant thought. l can go through all this "seven to nine--Monday thru Friday" business again tomorrow and every school day for the rest of the year aft-er that! Pleasant thought. don't you think? I DON'T! Jo Anne Sturdivant Page Seventy-Tzvo T is for Terrible TesTs we have had. H is for homeroom. a Time when we're glad: E is for efforT we've Tried To mainTain. G is for good Times we'll never regain. T? is for relaTionship ThaT we'll lose in June. A is for appeTiTe we acquire by noon: D is for devilTry we haven'T ouT-grown. U is for unlimiTed excuses To go home, A is for apple we should give To our Teacher. T is for Times we have yelled on The bleachers: I is for iniTials wriTTen all over school, N is for noon hour. l2:45 is The rule. G is for "Grapepickers" our quainT old nick- TIBTTTS. C is for championship we hope To regain: L is for lingering kids in The hall. A is for assemblies so much loved by all. S is for salesmanship-we've showed quiTe a loT S is for school skipping. a devilish ploT. O is for opporTuniTies ThaT we leT slip by. F is for fuTure, for success we shall Try. N is for numerous friends we have made. I is for inTeresT we hope will noT fade N is for a never ending. fun-loving desire. E is for educaTion we all hope To acquire. T is for Teachers who help puT us Through. E is for "E, C" who always helps Too. E is for excuse blanks we haTe To reTurn, N is for NorTh EasT. a school where you learn. F is for fighTs we may have aT a game, I is for iniTiaTive we hope To reTain: F is for fears ThaT we hav-e of repeaTing, T is for Time. so fasT iT is fleeTing, Y is for yearning To sTay here in school O is for onward. leT This be your rule: N is for N.E.l-l.S.. long may iT live E is for everl,asTing Tribufe we'll give. Sally Souers HuberT Shaffer WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Seniors were quieT in homeroom? Carl Karsh came To school early? Doris Janes wenT To English every day? Donald Palermo had To walk To school? Frank Vella goT a crew cuT? Richard Pulling had a high voice? Edward Rein was quieT in STudy Hall? Maxine Hinkler was separaTed from "Chaunce"? HerberT HollisTer gained fifTy pounds? All seniors failed? lvliss Sheridan had To have seniors all day? Mr. Davis wouldn'T excuse anyone? John Ferko liked girls? lvlarylou Weinheimer liked a sailor? Raymond Seaman didn'T like Science? Teachers weren'T so lenienT? Seniors liked Junior Class rings? Senior girls weren'T all-owed To kniT in class? Wilfred VogT losT his Teefh? There were no more assemblies? Miss Parker puT This in The Aquilo? Frank Fisher Teacher: A person who spends S5000 To Tell The neighbor's kids whaT To do. Homework: AssignmenTs which are always done. buT usually manage To geT losT. Ecoma: Business esTablishmenT where sTudenTs gafher To drink free waTer and do homework. Synonym: A word you use when you can'T spell The oTher. English: Language slaughTered by mosT Fresh- men and "Brook." Nickel: Good To geT The wrong number over The Telephone. Irony: Giving your TaTher a bill-fold for AChrisTmas. OraTor: The fellow who's always ready To lay down your life for his counTry. Radical: Anyone whose opinion differs from ours. Clock: DelicaTe insTrumenT which causes The bell To ring The momenT bef-ore you reach homeroom. Laziness: A peculiar disease which mosT sen- iors mysTeriously become inTlicTed wiTh. AThleT-e: A dignified bunch of muscles unable To spliT wood or carry ouT ashess Swell-head: NaTure's franTic aTTempT To fill a vacuum. Spring: When The young man's fancy lightly Turns To whaT The girl has been Thinking abouT all winTer. Jack SchusTer Don Dumond Page Seventy-Three an .,, W A Q-..,,.. 4 X 1 sm .52 1 ww- X wwf Sd? S SR S: L., X, X Rs x wx A Km y A x f, . x 5 XM. sw- gg ...vft.N,..N.X -K . VNWXX- x .NQ+ff"y , ,ww T wi-iAT IF - Miss Parker were caught chewing gum? Miss Harrison were Tardy? Miss McChesney were Tall and blond? Mrs. LehnerT gave all Spanish ll sTudenTs A's? Miss Cox losT her gym suiT? Miss Simmons didn'T have anyThing To do? Mr. Ralsfon smashed up The Ford? Mr. MacTarnaghan blew up The school? Mr. Davis played hooky? Mr. Serff refused To sing? Mr. Sefcavage were heard laughing ouT loud? Mr. Delong wereh'T married? Mr. Pulling were allergic To sporTs? Mr. Fordyce didn'T like farming? Mr. Roache refused To pass ouT pencils? Miss SmiTh burned The soup? Dolores ChriesT 'Tis oTTen been said a class will brag, of whaT They have and have noT. So we The class of '5l will show you whaT we've goT! We've goT a Bissell buT no Hoover a Case wiThouT iTs conTenTs a Chace wiThouT an ending a Fisher buT no hunTer "Holly" buT no wreaTh a King wiThouT a queen a Laddy wiThouT a lassie Magee wiThouT Molly a Miller wiTh no grain Some PosTs buT no fence a Reed wiThouT a clarineT Rein buT no snow a Roache buT no spiders a Seaman wiTh no ship a Shaffer buT no pen Souers buT no sweeTs a Taylor ThaT cloesn'T sew. a Villa buT no mansion a VogT buT no decision a Welch buiT no Swede and a "Wheel" wiTh no wagon. Donald Wilks WHAT A GAME The score was Ten To TwenTy. NorTh EasT was noT ahead. Then Corky made a baskeT Righf o'er The enemies' head. Valone Then goT Two foul shoTs And made Them boTh. of course. Then Fisher snaTched The ball RighT from The oTher force. A He Threw iT Then To Pulling Who passed iT on To Neal. Neal Then made a long shoT And goT fouled in The deal, Neal Then made his foul shoT, The cheerleaders nearly wenT wild. The oTher Team was riled. Then Taylor ran and sTole The ba-ll. He dribbled down To The NorTh EasT end And made a fancy shoT. The oTher Team was Til' To be Tied BuT They asked Tor whaT They goT. NorTh EasT kepT making baskeTs, ThaT seemed To be our creed. AT The end iT was TiTTy To TorTy WiTh NorTh EasT in The lead. MarTha Beebe and Joanne RieTsTahl ADVICE LisTen. my children. and you shall know Why Those who don'T sTudy will geT zero: IT you look ouT The window and day dream in class. l'll beT my booTs you sure won'T pass. i5uT if you pay heed To whaT you are Taughf. WriTe and reciTe and do whaT you ought You will make your insTrucTors as happy as larks And gind That Their biTes aren'T as bad as Their arks. Richard Mead Page Seventy-Five TWIN CAKES Take I head of hair like Dolores Chriest's I dozen smiles like Jane Post's I figure like 'Mildred VilIa's 2 eyes like Peggy Salen's Mix together with a personality like Barbara Miller's. Blend with the neatness of Mary Lou Weirheimer. Add a little of I-tel-ena Rizzo's mis- chiet, a voice like Shirley Palermo's. and a sense ot humor like Jean Roache's. Beat well and bake. When clone. top with the ambitions of Claire St. C'lair. The result should be -one perfect senior girl. Janice I-lalloran Judy Bailey Pat Schultz Bea Lepley TWIN CAKES Take 2 eyes like Wilfred Vogt's I dozen smiles like Carl Karsh's I physique like Richard Pulling's I head of hair like Jack Schuster's Mix together with abilities like Carl Musca- rella's and the ambition of Raymond Case. Add a sense ot humor like Frank VeIla's. and alittle ot Richard Mead's michiet. Blend with basketball abilities ot Frank Fisher and tootball talents of Neal I-lenderson. Divide the piano playing ot Charles Bissell with the dancing talents -ot Don- ald Pal-ermo. Beat well and bake. When done. top oft with the looks of Charles Valone. The results should be one perfect seni-or boy. Shirley Palermo Phyllis Laddv POSTLUDE These years are kin to something. What we do And say now must tall in place: Part ot our life, our town. our race, And all time. Years ahead. if our beliefs still live Or it they lie forgotten. somehow they will change The lives of tuture men, until we live again ln them. Nothing we do is lost. Only the great have their thoughts stamped by name . The rest ot us. together. make the same Changes in this world, and we Writ-e with each other, -our own history. Dave Reed Page Se vnty-Six QM Charles Bissell Claire S+. Clair Florence Parrmenler Mildred Thompson Joan Gibbs Margril Lichlenfeld Slurdevanl Jean Roache Franklin Fisher Henry Arflip Helena Rizzo Sally Souers Doris Janes Charles Taylor THE DAY BEFORE MID-YEARS 'Twas The day before midyears and all Through The school NOT 3 sTudenT was sTirring, noT even To Tool. The Teachers were busy -preparing exams In hopes ThaT Their classes would pass wiThouT crams. To geT pTenTy of resT we all wenT To bed While visions -of formulas dan-c-ed in our heads. WiTh "Shirl" in pajamas and I in a gown. we Jusf seTTled our brains on soTT TeaThery down. When ouT in The sTreeT There arose such a claTTer We sprang ouT of bed To see whaT was The maTTer. And ouT from The window saw we a greaT sighT- 'Twas many a people jusT ouT Tor The nighT. The moon on The bneasT of The n-ew fallen snow Gave a lusTer of mid-day To Those objecTs below, When whaT To our dead-Tired eyes should appear BuT Dad in his nighTT cap yelling "Shaddapl Do you hear?" WiTh a plunge inTo bed. so Tired and weak. I TelT on my forehead a Trickling leak. All nighT This wenT on 'Til I wish'T I'd drop dead: To Think 'bouT Tomorrow-"Oh, my aching head!" Came seven A. M. and l heard a loud clang "GeT up. girls, geT up." my moTher she sang. So we dragged ourselves inTo The baThroom To wash. And geT ready Tor school. "Where's my sock's'? Oh my gosh."' Weill. we Took our exams. Though our heads were sTill hamm'ring And we hoped ThaT we'd pass wiThouT regard To our sTamrn'ring. NexT Friday we'Il geT our reporT cards, "ohm boy Happy seniors lThough Ds'l we'll be all Tilled wiTh ioy. STARS THAT SHONE Brain ISI Torm ..---, ............................. -..- A STudenITI we will remember .,..... The all-lAlmerican man ........ ..--- WhaT'? an aclRlobaT? ,-- ------ On a bicycle buil LTI for Two .... Our baskeTball IT-llero ....... You wanT To hear TAI song? --- A biT of hidden ITIalenT ..... Those moron jokeISj .......... NorT IHI EasT's own grape queen .... NorTh EasT's own Tommy D IOI rsey .... The nicesT se,INIior girl .......... ThlEI lady's man ..... .- Page Se'uentyEight Helena Rizzo Clair ST.. Clair ---- Barbara Miller -,- Richard Pulling --- Chuck Taylor Peggy Salen Look aT ThaT ISlTruT! ,, ....... .... - , ............. - --------- Chuck Valone 84 Sally Souers ----- Frank Fisher -- Shirley Palermo --- H-elena Rizzo --- Frank Vella ------ Jane PosT ---- Charles Bissell --- Sally Souers -- Donnie Palermo Joan Murray Kay Kozloski Jokes Mr. DeLong: "I-low does it happen that you and Dick handed in the identical answers to my history quiz?" R. Davis: "I-Iave you ever heard, sir, that history repeats itself?" A college Professor: A man who,is paid to study sleeping conditions among students. Old G-ossip Ito boy who is snuffing in street carl: "-Can't you do something for your nose?" Little Boy: "Yes, I can keep it out of other people's business." When a hen-pecked man sees his wife terri- fied by a garden worm, he gets some idea where he stands in creation. Frank F.: "Why don't you go to see your wom- an any more?" Carl K.: "Don't be foolish, the reason is a-par- ent." Jack S.: "l'm going to buy myself a harem." Richard l-I.: "What do you mean? You can't buy a haremi, can you T. Jack S.: "Sure I saw a sign at a gas station back there. "Six Gals for a Dollar." Mr. Ralston: "Steve, if you had six apples and l asked you for three. how many would you have left?" Steve: "Six." Johnny lending his prayersl: "And make Ire- land independent." Mother: "Why, what do you mean?" Johnny: "l put it that way in an exam." Jim L.: "Can you keep a secret?" Eddie O.: "I sure can." Jim L.: "Well, l'm in need of five bucks." Eddie O.: "Be at rest: it's as though l've heard nothing." . lt is a well known fact that a man with a coll- ege diploma and IO cents can get a cup of cof- fee anywhere, "Daddy, I have spendid news for you. The third grade teacher is going to retain my ser- vices for another year." A motorist who had run out of gas on the out- skirts of a town saw a youngster carrying a can in his hand approach him. "Say, boy." called the motorist. "I hope that's gasoline you have in that can. "Gee, I hope it ain't." returned the boy: lt'd taste like the dickens in ma's pancakes. An acquaintance is a person whom we know well -enough to borrow from, but not well enough to lend to. Parents are one of the hardships of a minor's life. Bore-One who insists upon talking about him- self when you want to talk about yourself. An honest politician is one who when bought will stay bought. ' There's No Justice If you make out your income tax correctly you go to the poorhouse. If you don't you go to iail. "You're Going To College? Don returned from college and wanted to im- press his mother with his learning. I-le asked her if she would like to hear a narrative. She asked him what a narrative was and he replied that it was a tale -or story. Then Don asked his mother to extinguish the light. She immediately asked him what that meant and he told her it meant to put out. The next evening Don's mother wanting to im- press her guests said,"Don will you take the dog by the narrative and extinguish him?" A squirrel looked at the Freshman class .Then his mother's gaze did meet "Yes, darling," said the furry mother But that's not the kind we eat. Richard Mead Page Seventy-Nine iviviviffl Qiivivlviivivi ivfvivbiv2v2v2i'2'2""vAvAvivivivivixiviv Students of to-day will be the Architects of their own fates. America is the only place in the World Where this is still possible. Only by the unselfish devotion of each to the common cause, can such conditions continue. In this time of economic ferment noth- ing should be of greater import- ance in your lives. Holmes Crosby vivivi 'v2'2'2'2v' A A Iivivivivi A 2'2v2'2v2'2livIv2'If 2'I'2v2v2v + + +4+ 4 4' 'I 5+ + + 5+ 5+ I4 P:P P5P +5+ 44' 5+ If + + 5+ P5P + + 4 Ig! 55? Zgi +5+ + + +4+ Igl +5+ + + 4 GI +4+ +4+ +4+ +4+ P45 4 +5+ + + 4 Igl P53 5+ 35? 44+ Igl +5+ P P +4+ 5+ Ijl 5+ + + 5+ Igl +5+ + + 5+ Igl +5+ ++ 4 If ++ 5+ P P 5+ 5+ P55 ++ 5+ ++ 5+ ++ 4 lg! 5+ 5+ + vvv v vvv .Azvsfvxzvw ---- ---- -- --- - v-,,,N,N,,,. v'vAv'v'v-v-vAvAv-v-v-v-vA.Av v v-v-v-v v v 'Av v v v v v v v v v asf. v v v v v v v v v vvvvvw v v .fxzv v i?""'Av'-'v'-Av'v'v'v'vA-Avevzviv'-A-A-2-2-:v-v:vzvzvz-:vga-zvzvrv-v ---- - - --v- A - +ve'--v-.A-v--v-V-f Preamble fo fhe Consfifuiion of fhe American Legion For God and Country, we associate ourselves together for the following purposes: To uphold and defend the Constitu- tion of the United States of Americag to maintain law and order: to foster and perpetuate a one hundred per cent Amer- icanismg to preserve the memories and incidents of our associ- ation in the Great Wars: to inculcate +1 sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nationg to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the massesg to make right the master of might: to promote peace and good will on earthg to safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom and democracy: to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness. i' LAKE SHORE POST No. 105 The American Legion North East, Pa. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1951, N. E. H. S. 4 4 4 5+ 4 5+ P 4 4 4 'I 4+ 4 4+ + 4 + 4+ 4 4 4 4 5+ 4 4 4 4 5+ 4 4 4 'I 4+ 4 4 4 4 4 5+ 4 4 4 4 + 4+ 4 + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 5+ + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 5+ P 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4 42212:2:2:2:2:2:1:i:2:2:2:2:2:f:f:2:2:1:2:2:f'f'2:2:f:2:2:f:i:2:2:2:2gigigigiltgigz5:323:32:21:315523232323:-5-3:3232323:32:25:224, vA,vAvAvAvA.AvA.AvAvAvA5,vA.AxvAv-.JAGvAvAv:v:v2v:v:q.Q:.:v:v:vivivgvzvzvzvivgf.gvirvvgvivgvgrviva-.tvA.:vQv2v: var- vvvvv A v .A,Av v- vvvv Ziff 4'4: THE NATIONAL BAN OF ORTH E 1 I Member of the Federal Depo it Insurance Corporation CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE GLASS OF 1951 If Norfh Easf Fruif Growers Incorporated TELEPHONE 115 Grahamville Street North East, Penna. 4 4'4 N 'fr 4:4: 44 4'4' 4'4' n 'fr '44 4:4: 4:4: 4:4: 4:4: '44 'A 14' n 'fb '44 4:4: 4:4: 4:4: 'fr 4:4: '44 4:4: 'fr '44 :sir 4'4' 4'4' N 4'4' N n :rin N P44 4'4' 4'4' 4'4' n 14+ 45' 4'4' 4'4' vb 14' 4'4' :ry 444+ 4'4' 4'4' 44: 44 4'4' 44+ 'Pl 44: 'lr 4 44' 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 r in n air n rfv n 44' 'FT 4,4, 15: 4:4: 454' 44 'PI 4 44' N 4:4: 'fr 44 44 44 4:4: 44 4:4: 4:4: 'rin 'A ,-'-'+'A'A'-'A'A'Al-:AZ-:Al-I'lA:A!':Av-:'IA1':AI'-A221-IA14:2lAvAvAZA::vAvAvA1AfvAv'vAvAv'1'1'v':A:LllA221A1A14 IP 44: 1 4 4 45: 454, Q 4:41 4 Compliments of 4if-'QIizirizizizizizizizizivii :2:2:25.921651AAf.-.-.,-.A. -.-.-.,vv-.-.-.A,izifrf-:2:2:2?kY21i:2:23:2:26E?f4V' Q4 5 4 4 'll '4'4 4 4 'Il '4'4 '4'4 IQ 1:14 Pt! 444 4 4 ziziziziiziziziizfziziziziziziizfriziizirizi51223121211ziiziritiriziziti:A:izfziizizfziizizizi:2:2:2A,"'?22:i:i5:2:2:2:iI2:':i:25:i:i:i:2Z2fl-3 A A CHAS. LA ROCCA MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING "Family Shoe Store" 12 Clinton St. North East, Pa. Compliments of CRAMER MOTORS, INC. C. W. BEAL PAINTING - PAPERING - DECORATING In D950 8 X T E ST E D .-lX..JX-- -W Paints, Varnishes, Enamel, Wall Paper, Supplies 41 S. Lake St. PHONE 231-J North East, Pa. Compliments of A 81 P SUPER MARKET 35 EAST MAIN ST. NORTH EAST, PENNA. lLivivi-ivivii'Zvivivivivivivivivivivivtvivi 'vi I A :Av I 1-zftiziiirizizizizizizizfziriili-:2:2:2zizizizfti:i:2:2:2:2:2:i:I:2:i: 2:f:f:2:2:2:2zizizizizizizizfziziziziZizizizizi:fzftizizizizizizitfzizizitizfzizizizitizirizizfzfzirfziziz PUC 34699 Phone 343-W A. N. ROS TRUCKING Agent for Blocks by 'Duchini Medusa Portland Cement and Rubber Base Paints Compliments of W. P. ROUSE 81 S "WE'RE IN A BLACK BUSINESS, BUT WE TREAT YOU WHITE" Compliments of THE ERIE TIMES DAILY AND SUNDAY RTHUR F. CH LTZ CO. 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CRITTENDEN 5 14 .v.v.vAv.v.v.vAv.v.v.,v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v. v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v. .v.v.,-,A,Qfw-vxzk-.Af-vw +ve.-.Av-.1-f.-.-.Av-,A.+v-.-.AvAvA.-.fvvsfe-.+.Ai QSO,-:v-.A.A.A.A.+.A.A.-v-.-.-v-fi.A.Av-vs:v-.-'N Compliments of NASH OFFICE SUPPLY 21 Vine Street Compliments ul N ewbold 8: Ailes "Meat Is Our Business Not A Side Line" 13 East Main St. Telephone 167 Compliments of Mark Harrison Painting and Decorating SIXBY'S RED 81 WHITE SUPERETTE Just Around the Corner on Vine St. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FROZEN FOODS AND MEATS Telephone 107-J Free Delivery Compliments of Edith Earll Beauty Shop Phone 190-J 83 S. Lake St. 4 'FI 4 4 4'4' 4:4: 4 4 4'4' 44 4 3? 4444 'FI 4 4 4 4 4F44 5? P44 P44 P14 P 4 414 P15 44.4 'T -.1-'Azitizizizftiziziziz-: ' ' 44 4'4 '4 4 4 4 if 4,4, 44, 4,4 4,44 :lil 4:4: 44, im 44, 4,4, '4 3 4:41 44, 44, 44, 14' 4 4 44, 44, 4,4 '4 :A3':':':':':'12:2:i:i:2:2:2:i:i:2:2:i:i:iziziziriiizizizirizizfzizizizizii-121112:2:2:2:i:2:2:2"""""'Av'-''Av'-A-Az v-vvx:v-vxfv-v-v-v-v-vvvfxzszw-'AvAv-v-v-v-v+v-v'vs-v'vAv-v-v+vAv+v-vsfv--v Av- -Av-vfw-v-vAvAv-v-vA.fs,+v-v-vxzvxfvvv-v-v-vAv-vxlw-v-v4x:v+vAvAv-v-v-'Av-v-v-vit-.A Congratulations to the Class of 1951 I I O Brotherhood of Sf. Joseph HERFF JONES CO. Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry Graduation Announcements Medals, Cups and Trophies INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA A. R. Seaver, Representative -v-v-vvev-.-v-.Av-vazxrxwvA,+vAv-v-v-v-rv-:V-vxzw-v-'Av-:rv-:rv-v-rv-vu-v-: Av+v-v'vvNlNfvAv-x,-v-va1v+v-vA,fvvx,+v-v-v-v-.Ava-vAvAv-.Av-vAfvA:: 'zirizizirizizizitiziz212122121255553:22ZirftiziriIitiritiritizizizizizizizizizitiziziziziziziv-":2?:1:2:2f-'Az Compliments of DR. AND MRS. H. F. ADAMS We Congratulate the 1951 Graduates THE EDW RDS COMPANY, Inc. House Furnishings HILL 8z HILL 1 Civil Engineers 8 Gibson Street North East, Pa. T. C. HILL, 1911 R. I. DeBELL A. E. STERRETT HERBERT MALLICK, 1937 ' JOHN K. 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TELEPHONE 377 Compliments of STETSON BROS. PLUMBING - HEATING - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES CROSLEY AND NORGE APPLIANCES Phone 350 West Main Ext. Compliments of The White Diner 24-Hour Service L. Press 8: Co. EVERYTHING FOR WORK, DRESS, PLAY 1206-16 State Street iziziz2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:i:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:i:2:2:2:i:i:2:2:2:2:i12:1zizizizizfzfziziziizicizizizizi: ,:::,:v:v:av:v2-2-2-:v:-A-ff:-A-:vAvzvzvz-:avi-A-:Aviav:-:-:-A-A-A-AvAvAvAvAvAvAv-A'A.A.Av-v-.f.AvA.A,-.Av-,-.-.-. 1 1' ' ' ' 1 1 1:1: 1 1 44 1414 4,4, 1 1 1111 44 1'1' 1111 1111 1111 44 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1'1' ,4,4 44 1,1, 14:4 1111 ,4,4 44 4,4, 14:4 4 4 4,4, 11' ,4,4 44 14:4 44 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1,4, 1414 44 4,4, 14:4 ,4,4 1141 1111 1141 1111 ,4,4 44 1414 4,4, 1414 11 44 4,4, 11 111, ,4,4 44 14:4 44 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1414 4,4, 1414 4,4, 4,4, 4:4 44 1,1, 1'1' ,4,4 44 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1,1, 11 v vvvvvv A 'A vvvv A .vvvvvv A v .A vvvvvv A .A.A.A.AvAvA.A.A.A.AvA.A.A.A.A.A.1v-.AvA.A.AvA.AvA.A.A 11 14 Compliments of DR. AND MRS. LEMUEL C. ALCORN Best Wishes To The 'Class of '51 FOR QUALITY INSURANCE AT LOW COST I FARM BUREAU MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Q FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INS. CO. Q FARM BUREAU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Columbus, Ohio BURG E. WOOD, Agent Phone 1061-RF4 Compliments of THE ELECTRIC MATERIALS CO. NORTH EAST. PENNA. HUTCHINSON ELECTRIC STORE QUALITY HOME APPLIANCES Since 1921 . . . Servicing What We Sell 55 WEST MAIN sT. TELEPHONE 320 11 1:1: 1414 114 11 1:1: 1'1' 4 4 1414 1414 4 4 4,4 ,2:2:2:f:f:2:2:2:k2:212:25:2:i5:2:2:2:2255'.f-'izfzi:2:i:2:f:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2zizizizizirizizi1221222zikizkitiziriririzizizizirirfciziziizizizizizirititifii:if 4,41 14:4 414' 414' 414' ,4,4 ,4,4 4 4 1'1' ,4,4 4 4 1'1' 44 11' 4 4 1414 1414 4,4, 14:4 ,4,4 44 1414 4,4, 11' 414: 1414 1414 1414 4,4, 1414 114 114 1,1, 4,4, 1414 1,1, 4,4, 1414 4,4, 14:4 414' 1'1' ,4,4 44 1414 ,4,4 44 1'1' 44 4,4, 1414 1414 1'1' 44 4,4, 14,4 4,4 4,4 4 4 4,4 552' Qgvxl f 0 ts n e lim D m Co fp- C0 g 31524 StDlLW E33 thHN I' 0 No J is C dU 0 pf .f Y If U QU S E P45551 N 1 E Rf? FE H C Pa. t! s Ea h t r 0 N 2 19 E N O EPH L E T t e re St Y s Ea 9 -6 61 tv 1: 2' ZA' 252: NA :fy :gy 470 00 444+ P 4 44 P 4 00 4:4 4: 4:44 P 4P4P 4 4 440 1:0 00 4 '4 00 453 440 0 4 4 4+ 04: 4F44 P 474: 4:45 5:44 00 1:4 4? ,f it A! Compliments of DR. and MRS. E. G. SHELLEY BE!-REID an IQI TIT .111-T-XIRS 55'I.Il:'1:L.,I ELS NORTH EAST PA. MEAD FARM SUPPLIES Dealers in ALLIS-CHALMERS - PAPEC - NEW IDEA - ONTARIO Sales and Service M.F.S. HOME MIXED FEEDS FARM 8: BARN EQUIPMENT 8: SUPPLIES Phone 171 Corner Mill and Wall Sts. North East, Pa. Compliments of I D. L. MACKAY and ' LAYTON SWIFT l ziziziziiziziZfritftiziziIizfiziizizizixizi:izfzizirii12:i:2:2:2:izizizitizizizizizizizfriziziIlzirizitizizizizizizfzizifk --A-- A---""!.'Q.'v"QQQCv2'2v""2v2'2-----------A -----A---- -A vvvvv-rx:-.Av-vvvvvxz-.vvv-lxfxz-vvvvv-v'x1-vvvvvvv-vvvvvvvv-vvvvv----vvx1x1x,v.f3 4 v.vn.v.v.Y.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.,v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v Y v.v.,, vAvAv v-'A v-.Av-.Av-'AvA.-.-vAv+-1s,Av-vAvA.+.zxz-v-v- 14:4 4 4 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4,3 4,4, 14:4 4,4, 4 4 14:4 ,444 4 4 4 4 4'4' ,4 4 I '4 4 4,4, 1414 4,4, 4'4' 4,4, 4,4 4 4 Go In P li III ent S 0 f C O N C ILLA Is C LE A N E R S D ye in 8 . Clean in Z . D . L au nd ry A L L W 12-0 H213 G R U S A E RA Rags E E D 2 8 S. Lak 8 S Al t 1 . 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TEAM OUTFITTERS for Baseball - Football - Basketball Soccer - Track - Wrestling -'vspvv-A-Av---A Award Sweaters - Jackets v vvv vvvvvv vvvvvv-- vvvvv-vvvv-Jxarsrv-v-v-v-v-.Av-r A A A A A A A A Ai,x,.'AvAvAvAi,N,.vAvAvAvAvAvA,vAvA,vAvAvA -'NIV' vvvxasr vv.. vv We:-:Az-:-I-2:-:-:-I-:-:-:i:-:-:k:-:-:Az-ZA?If!21:12Zfiiliiiiililiiiltfili::3::::::2:::2: 1414 11 'EZ 1,4, 14 4444 1414 1444 4241 4,1, 11 4 4 1l4 41, 4 4 4 4 4 1:1 4,1 4,1 1,1 1,1 41 '41 41 44 1414 1,4, 1414 1444 1 1 4'4' 4444 4444 1414 141, 1414 4'4' '44 11 1,14 444: 41 111: 1414 11 44 1 1 1,14 1444 1:1: 14 4414 '44 11 141, 144, 141, 1:1: 41 1414 1:1: 11 1444 4'4' 1414 1,14 1:1: 1,1i 14'4 14 4414 141, 4444 144, 4'4' 1444 4444 4:41 11 4444 1:1: 1414 1,1, 1414 14 '44 IP1, 14 1:4: 11 4444 4444 141, 141, 1:1: 44, 44, 11 ll 4 li 1414 1414 1,14 Compliments of H. H. Hileman News Co Barnes - Carrig TEEN-AGE FOOTWEAR 12 S. Lake Street Compliments of Tom's Barber Shop 16 Clinton St. Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 1 by E 4 rr: C". ,A-EL O Grape C ily Bowling Alleys MILTON I-I. WAGN ER, Proprietor 14152:A:2:2IAzgzgzgzgzzzz:::::::::::::::::::::t:i:2:2:i:1:f:2:fzizftizizizi:i:f:i:2I2Z11:l2 A lk! 11 11 '1 511 11 N ilk 15: e fiv Peru o Co e n fo ys Ke ,1 2 Nf iz? Q? fy 25 35: wiblmiim. 3 IH ' 123555 af Q u,r1:. 2 ' T vizir 2' S U' f 0 -4 A. 0 i A' Y 'U 5 , v E Q5 Ig 5 Q 3 vv Q Avi 5 '5 if 3 Q' Q Aj: .51 S 5 fg 7' F5-F Z E 5 G v 1 ZA 00 1: 11 5 13: :i m SA gg E aj? 1: W 11: Q 5 24+ M If 155 14+ I 121: iii 5 Ili A 00 iv 450 : I ,0 11 Ili EE? P 0 I if 1111 IIII IFE 111 EFT P gif : 1FE n io iaf c o s s A e P a r G Nb 0 11 11: 00 XII IIII IIII 1:0 0 311 IIII IIII III! III! og 'Zvivivivi-2'2'2'2'i'2v.'I'Z'Zvivivi-ZviviviviviviviviviviviviviivivIvivivivivtvivivtvivivivivivZvivivivivivivivi Compliments of Perdue 81 0rton Company FEED -C0 L-S PPLIES Case Farm Machinery Telephone 366 Compliments of EDW RD J. RO E Western New York's Greatest Sporting Goods Store Distributors of P. Goldsmith, A. G. Spaulding 8: Bros. and 0'Shea Athletic Goods When in Buffalo Stop in and See Our Store ROSE SPORTING GOODS 51 EAST GENESEE STREET BUFFALO, N. Y. 4,1 'F 1,4 4,4 45 4,4 V 1 1 4 :E 4,1 1,4 4,4 'E+ 45' r 45 4,1 4,4 44 Eivivivivlviifflvivbivivii'Eiii' 45655555565555555555Siiii5552iiiiiiiiiifiii55555555555?S?4HxL' P P P P P P P D P A """"' ""' """A""' A"A""A' 2 6 : izizizi:2:2:i.-.AJ-.A,x1-v-Wg Besf Wishes fo fhe Class of T951 1 I P from Brother Willard, S. B.B. ,5555555ggggaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaqa4af::::::::::f:::AAAf-+e:A-+---AA- v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v vAv'vAv'v'v'v'vAvAvAvAv-v-'Av-v'v"vAvA:-IA:-I-IA:-IA?-ZAIAIA-7-:AvA Qzggg555555gggggggggggggggg95555555555555ggggggggggggggggg5gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggfAA N N N Compliments of Firsf Nafional Bank 'FI ll' 33 H 4,43 Il' 33 n 4313 N 4,43 N Ni n 14 33 NORTH EAST, PA. 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'Nr 440 54 : 355: :II 00 1:0 II., 54 :III 4: 4 II 4? 45 0 0 0 2 II 5: 4: 4? 11 4? IC I A? Dx 5 ..: EE: :rx 1::: 1: 4 P 14' P :III gg: :Il XII 'Po TCI ffl! lg: NS: :iz :Av HHHHHHHHH2e?yH'4-yynveclee-2929522225566535553536553-by:Q-9 DANFORD G. CUSHMAN HAMILTON - ELGIN - BULOVA WATCHES Dutch Mill Service Station PENNZIP PRODUCTS FIRESTONE TIRES - GENERAL TIRES On Route 20 Phone 1411-R4 'k MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND SWOAP Compliments of NORTH EAST HEAT and LIGHT CO. A NATURAL GAS UTILITY Serving Natural Gas to Its Consumers in the Borough and Township of North East NATURAL GAS . . . "THE WON'DER FUEL" 115 CLAY S Compliments of GEORGE BEMISS STORE TREET TELEPI-ION E 26-J :-:-:-:A:-:-:-:-:-:-:A:-:-:A:-:-:-:-:AI-:-:-:-:-:+:A:+:-:-:Az-:A:+:+:f:f:2:2:2i:i:2:2:i:2:2:f:2 ORVILLE S. BOGE SCHUTZ Home Furnishings - Wall Paper - Paint - Floor Coverings Electrical and Gas Appliances NORTH EAST'S OLDEST STOR'E Compliments ot Harry B. Couse Compliments of C. H. COLLMAN DR. R. H. GOLLMAN, Optometrist 125 West 8th St. Phone 22-098 Erie., Penna. KENNETH W. F OSBURG COMPAN WHOLESALE PAPER PRODUCTS 559 Buffalo Street Jamestown, New York TELEPHONE 3-997 4 'T 4 4:4: 4:4: 4:4 4:4 4 4 4'4' 4:4' 4'4' 4:4: 4 4 4:13 4'4' :Q 'lf 'lv 'lr 4 4 Ai 4'4' 4'4' 4:4' 4'4' 4'4' N N N 45: v v 4 4 4:4: 4:4' v v 'r 'r Ir, :aff il :fr N 34: 54 4:4: lv 1+ v r 4+ r 4 4 4? 4,: 'Er :Az-:A:A:A:-195-:A' 4 3 Liz-:-14,-1-:AZ-I+:-:+:-:Ae:A:A:A:A:A:A:-9 5-:-:Aa:+:2:+:A:-zizizizizizizizigizizizigizi32:21:12-5:52:23:32::::::::::::::::::::1:lzgzzizzzzzzgzgzgzgzvf-::::::::::.v v-'Av-vv-.AvAv-vA'Av-v-v-v-v-v+v-v-srv-'Av-v-rv-'Av-v+:v-v-vAv-v-va''Av-:rv-v-v+v-v-vAvAvAv v-v+v-v-v-vAv-vAv+vAv-,ArrvAv-'Avxrv-'Av'v-rvAv-v-vAv-v-v-.Av-vAv-vA.-vAv+v-vAvAvAv-v-vAvAvAv Besf Wishes fo ihe Class of 1951 MR. and MRS. H. R. DUMUND 4IQbfzizfzizfrizizfziZizizizizizfzi:2:2:2:2:i:ii55:23:25:f:1:2:2:2:2?53:2:2:2:2:2:2'6:2:2:25e5:i:2:2'5:2:25-:2:2 Fine Quality is Always Your Best Buy. lib P15 Nr n PI' utr P l 'P ,qv l 4, my jflnllt Bros. Gu. gil, I V -i 'lf Phone 2-6451 Compliments of 10 Clinton Street PHONE 190-W Compliments of E. P45 ll lb rin Igi H 4 Ig! bt? P15 P4P if iq? H fr Q 3 gg Anderson s Cut- Rate iq? P45 P4P I+! rl fr +4 4 lt! Pt! P45 Ig! bt? I4 ,4 l P CHESLEY'S ECOM DAIRY B R Jack Ehmke and Dick Ruth 5: BARBER SHOP 4 Pl Qi I4 4 lr is . 6, Compliments of fl 4 El n nfl rr lr Tony's Self- Service Fresh Fruits-Meats-Vegetables TONY fChriestJ ACQUISTA Compliments of r 4 If n rfb n PIP 54? utr str 5+ n lib rr all ,Ir +3 P45 rl P43 I4 4 ll Hotel Concord P15 l r lr rfb utr hiiziziziziiizfzizizkizizizizizizizitfzizizi:2zizizfziziiizizizitfzizizizfziibftiti:ii-:izizi:ii-'vi'":2:2:2:2:f:2:2:2:23 2 Vine at Main North East, Penn'a. PHONE 285-W 75 CLINTON ST- iidbiif' 2 4 P lr 4 4 4:41 I4 qv 3:32:23iggtgzzzgizigzgzzzzigi32:23:323:::::::::::::::::gigigizi::::::::::::::::3:gtgigigtgigigtzizizi121232giziziiz :Zz-:iz-:-1-ZA:-:-' ' :AZ :-:-:-:AI-IA:-:-:AI-I-I-I-:-:A:A 'QV v.,,N,,,Vx, 'Aly vxlv v-xzxzxfxf vlvvvv 'lv ,VA vxlv vxlvvv .N .N .NN .N vA L e f U s E nie rf a in Y o u 'P T H E A TRE T h e M 0 St in F e rt a illlme n t fo 1 . th e L e a St I 4 M A K IN G N O R 'l XH E A S 1 X M 0 R E B E A U T Il' QU L M U Ms If .XI P ASL 'H K E 5 IL, 00 00 IIII 00 00 if P 5:0 bf: l5,x,N' vifvvv .QAY Ii' .os ZQIVV Q Izls -:A:A:2:2:iS:2:i'.A,' 4 +54 '4'4 14:4 45' P P 4,4, '4'4 '4'4 '4'4 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, '4'4 '4'4 4,4, 4,4, 1 1 4,4, 4 4 4,4, 14:4 4'4' ,4,4 4,4, 4 P 1,1, 4,4, '4'4 'FI '4'4 4 4 1,4, 141+ 4 4 '4'4 '4'4 :4,4 4,4, 4,4 'FI '4'4 4,4, 4,1, '44 '4'4 H 44.4 Compliments of 4 I Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. Karsh CONGRATULATIONS FROM The Greater HOLLISTER 5 PHILLIPS A Complete Line of CLOTHI G and F URNISHI G FOR MEN AN'D BOYS FOOTWE R FOR ALL THE FAMILY Fririrfziziziziizfzfziziizizivivt-2-:viav:-:vi-4-:-:-:v:v:-1v2v:-:v-vA.f-.-.-.-.-.-J,-,-,A ., ..... - - - - - - ie, ' ""' ""' ---v vvvvv A - A -v--Av--v-:Y-v-2'AI-9:A:A:-:-:-:A:,:,.'v'X'Nw 4 P ,4 ,4 44 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 ,4 'I 3 14 ,4 ,4 'T 14 ,4 ,4 ,4 41 31' ,4,4 4 4 141' 4 4 4,4, 'I' ,4,4 4 4 4,4, '4'4 :PIP ,4,4 ,4,4 14,4 4 4 4,4, 4,4, '4'4 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, :4'4 4' '4'4 4,4, '45 41' 4 4 '4'4 '4'4 4,4, 4,4, '4'4 '4'4 '4'4 :4'4 4' 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1,1, 4,4, 4,4, '4'4 4,4, 4 '4 4 4 4 lkizllitrzizgizgif:::2:i::::,::::::2:3:5:: :g:1:2:g93:2:2:::i::::::::::::::v:vivzvzvivtvtvijl4 -v-v-vw-'vw-,wvwm-,Av-.x,-v-v-Sfvv-v-nfs-v-v-.xfvvNrw+-v-v+v-v-w-v-v-v-,AAAAfv51 D D n '41 1 4 rr 44 4 1111 1:3 1f1E LET'S MEET AND GAS 11 44 111i 1:14 44 44 mb 0 0 s 0 14:7 4,44 4'4' 44' 4,44 4:4: 4:4: 414+ rr 4141 414+ 44 44 44 J 0 E B U L L ' S W 4:4: 4:4: 14+ 14' 1:14 S S . , . 1:14 1I1i uper ervlce Station 115 1512 1111 44 "' '41 444' 44 1111 111+ 11 414' 11 14 4,4, ,, 4,4, 4,4, 44 4, 3' 14+ 4 1211 .J.n.sm.L 1 '44 v 44 4, 414' 4, 14 1' 4 4 EEE I 111+ 44 142 PENNZOIL PRODUCTS 44 44' IEIE QUALITY TIRES AUTO-LITE BATTERIES 44 4'4' AUTOMOBILE NECESSITIES 1 4M 'P 4444 'P 44 4 nlBu 'Q 1 141 1 44 U 11 44 '1 u 4 rr Q l 15:-I 0 8 I: llll 1 5' IE. ll ll I. l. 11 eo, ,P 4 1E1 '- - P ' 44: Lake at Grant Street , 4,4, 4, 211, NORTH EAST, PA. 1, 1:4 1: P 54 .....v.,..,N.v...,.,.,AM..,A,W,...,.,...., IP lil, 34. ltlt lil, ll 'PI 'lr 4,4, 4'4' 4,l, 4,l, 44, 1,l, 4,4 4,4 4,4, ll n lull ll n itll 'lv lpl, 'lr 'lb ll' 4'4' 4'4' 4'4' n l,4, 4,4, ll ltlt ll' 4'4' tn lb 'lr ll 4'4' l'4' 4'4' 4'4' 4'4' ll n :lr 45' 45' 45' 45' 41' 45' H 444, lil! 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Compliments of WILLIAM SCOULLER llc2:2:2:2:2,2:2:2:2:232523232:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:25:2:2:2v2 2 2 2 212 2-2 2 2 2 2 2 2-2 2-2 2 2 2 2v2 2-2 212 2 lrlr 'rib iq! utr r r 4 lil: 'bla 'bla 'ala 4 4 to 45' 4'4' l l P45 il 14:4 N 4'4' 4'4' lil, v 4 'slr lil? lrlr ?2'f'f:2:2222225:ii56:1:2:2ziiiziiziiziizizkizizizi:iiiSzkkkkiziiitiiiriziziizi2255312tikiar-:2:2:-by A 12121 1 1 121 12121 1212121 121 1 12121 121212121212121:121:S vvvv ---A---------------.l----,-- -A - v.v.v.v..:.:.:.'.v.v.v.v.v.v.v1.vg.v.v.'.v.v.-v.v.vAv.v.v. vAv5 Av vgvgvgvtrv-'Av-v Av-'Av Av-v-vAvAv+v-v-.Av-v-v+v-vA4 - v - - v v - - v - - - v v - - - v v - v v 3 v v .N - - - - ,Av-v-v-vlxv-v-lv-v-.-.Av-,-,v,.v,,,A,-. Compliments of G. C. MURPHY CO. Michael's Jewelry Expert Watch Repairing - Engraving - Diamond Setting 93 S. Lake St. PHONE 299-J North East, Pa. Compliments of Gill's Texaco Service 110 W. Main Street Compliments of Brooklyn Grocery MRS. A. L. HARTLEY Compliments of BYRD PRINTING CO. 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V' 15, Gulf SBFVICB Statlon fy 41 if Main and Town Sts. fr IE: . +I 4 'CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '51 E' D " 'fr Q V+ , POST AND EDWARDS 54 4' +R Elf DEPARTMENT STORE fr 44 in 4'4' :EI Findley Lake, New York P Er 1E1E if 1:51 HP 4,4, H is ,gg L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 554 P :fig Attleboro, Massachusetts IEIE gf cLAss RINGS AND PINS QQ: J: COMMENCEMEJNT INIVITATIONS tj: MEMORIAL PLAQUES -- TROPHIES Inj: 5, DIPLOMAS PERSONAL CARDS 55 5, CLUB INSIGNIA 4:11 gf: Represented by ROBERT T. TURNBULL IEIE 14 Waldemere Way, Lakewood, N. Y. Lizizfziziziiitiziz A 'vizigigigiy AAAAAAA v za-:vi - +-+- ---+--- : Azivirvzg 4fvv2:1w:,. A 4' ' 'A3A:2::-N. P ""Z1V?+ 4 ' v-1255. 4+ ' 'Av-:2:9,rAvN - ,A A +vNAAA' 4 v '5A'N'+v- zv- - 4: '-'A3A3::13:f-,. 4, .5,q,'Q",L4::v2Am 4, v "N":2f!VN'. 4 ' "v-:252::,:vA A 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4 4 1+ 1 3 9 W 10 EAST MAIN R AST! PA 5 + 4 44' 44: 44, 444, '+'+ 444, '+'+ 4 4 4+ 4 COIlgf t . a ulatlons to the Class of 19 51 VI , LLA S MARKET WHOLESA Fruit LE and RET S - Prod AIL uce - Groceries , Meats 4+ ++ 441 44 444' 4:4: 4+4+ 4,44 444, 4+4+ 4,44 44+ 4+4+ ++ 14' 444, ++ 4,44 4+4+ ++ 14+ 4+4+ ++ 4+4+ 4,44 ++ 14+ ++ 4444 4444 444, 4,44 4,44 444, 444, 4444 4 u 44 4,44 Clmton Str 4+4+ eet 4+4+ ++ Tel e phone 57-11 T+' 'A::::::12t2-2.-,. 'A::::::5::2-gw- - Compliments of COMMANDER W. K. STOW, Jr. U. S. Navy EXPERT woRKMANsmP PROMPT SERVICE DAN BILLMAN Tailor SUITS AND TOPCOATS MADE TO ORDER Garment Alterations a Specialty 172 W. MAIN ST. SECOND FLOOR Compliments of DeLAND'S GROCERY Compliments of CENTRAL ARMY STORE w. MAIN ST. NORTH EAST, PA. Compliments of CUSH'S KENDALL STATION THE 2,000 MILE, OIL POLLY POWER and DeLUXE GASOLINE BATTERIES and TIRES MINOR REPAIRS 170 W. Main Street Telephone 247-R It does make a difference where you buy your furniture! Reliable Home Furnishing Co., Inc. 1213-1219 State Street ERIE, PA. 4 4 4,4 4 4 .34 4,4 4,4 4,4 151 4,4 4 4 11: I 4 4 +I' 4 4 4'4 4'4 4:4 14 .gb 4,4 14 +I 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4 4 4:3 5 14 P 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 44 4,4 4 4:4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 'rl 4,4 54 P 'r 44' P P ziizizizizitizizizfziriiff-:iii:i:2:2:2:2:i:2:2:f""VVVVJ'4I 4 4 4,4: 4 4 47' 43 4 4 43 'fb 4,4, 4 4 4,4, 4,4, 43 'slr 4 4 r r 4 4 4,4: 4,4, 4,4, 'I+ 4,4, 4 4 4,4, P I :rj P P Av-v2v'vAv2v'vivivivivivivivivivivtvivivivivivivivivivivivi-ivivivivivivivivivi-4' Qiizitiizkiiizi:iziizkiitifiiizfiitfiiziiiizizkifiii'AziziziizkiziziizizitltiIkirizizkizf P I :hiv in 2:2:1:2:f:1:2:i:25:2zizizftizizizizizizizizizizizirfzizfz1:2:2:2zitifirizizizizif-"ti:izsx''21232:-:2:2:2:2:1:2:-:-I North East Cooperative G. L. F. SERVICE, INC. IT PAYS THE BEST . . . THE CO-OP WAY i' Pearl St. at Grahamville Telephone 70 North East, Pa. Compliments of CHARLES B. LUKE ATLANTIC Gasoline, Kerosene and Motor Oils 36 WEST MAIN ST. NORTH EAST, PA. .IAY'S FLOWER SHOP 44 Clinton St. North East, Pa. TELEPHONE 802 JEWELRY AND ITS KINDRED LINES in quality merchandise only! J. WAYNE HASKELL Jeweler and Optometrist I6 SOUTH LAKE ST. NORTH EAST, PA. Qvgvivg-ivivivivivi-iv2v2v2-2v2-2v.'2v.vZv2v.v.v.v2v.-A-.-.v2'A'.v2-Avi-2'.'2v2-Zvi-.56-2'2v.'I-ZvivivI-Zvivivivivi Rfv'vA-'.'vAvAvAvAvAv :,:,i.g5555ygyiigseih.i.far24f.faga5.35fafQfaeafifafq'afafafQf+Q.fv+f+4-4H.fafQfafQfafafafQfEfN4N,N4Nqgv+i+.f 11' 411 V 14,1 151 141 15 1 'FI 1414 4,4, 1414 114 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, :i.i"2:22:2zizfzizitizifzitfriri 11 +11 1414 41' ,4,4 44 4,4, 4,4, 11 4 4 11' 1V ss ,4 4 4? 'FI 1414 4 4 4141 ,4,4 ,441 ,4,4 ,441 1:11 1414 4 4 1:11 4,4, H +11 4,4, 1414 4 4, 5:4 1:1: 4 4 ,4,4 4141 'FI 4 4 'FI 15 4,4, 1414 1 1111 ,4,4 1141 ,4,4 +51 4,4, 4,4, Besf of Luck, 1951 . .. if Norfh Easf Flour Mills Incorporated 1? North East Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hardware - Paints - Glass - Wall Paper Electrical Supplies - General Merchandise Hotpoint ppliances 4hffafafQf4-.fQe.f.e.A ,v,v.,,v,, -ve,,fQfQfQe v,., -4siAie4-.fafafQfQfQfQfQevAi-.-49+-i-ie4e:a:afafQfafz:QfQfa+v ,fxfxr 1 1 41 :4 4 4 231, 11 414, 15 14 14 114 4 4 11 1414 1 'FI 1414 4,4, 14 P 1 P 1,1, 14 ,4 4 14 wti23gjggilzlzigggggggggigggggigijigi232Q3Qg?jI:2525i52jQj2:33Qzljlgijiziiigijgjgyjgjgi23:3Qigiglgigggj3325gititigigfzjzifgzgiztg :-:A:2:2.-.-.-3:21212ii?zizitfzicizizizizizizizizi5:21212:2:2"' P 4 P P P P I P 4 4 4 ,4 1:1 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,1 14 14 1,1 4,4, 1414 41 1111 4141 1 14 4 1' 1:1: 1,1, 141' 4 4 11' 4 4 1414 4,4, 11' 1141 1141 4141 rl? v -1-v v 'Av-v-.,-v-.AvA.,AvA.-v-vQlw-v-v-v-v-v-v-v-v'v-v-vszxrxzv-v-v-v-vfsfv-v - A A - - - - vAvA-rv-v-v-v-.Avev-v-v-v-vAvAv a-v-'Av-v-v-v-v-v-v-:'Av-vAv'vvAv-v-vAv-var:vfslv-v-'le'-vxfvxzv v vxzs, v v v v Compliments of DR. AND MRS. G. J. MASSEY - -ir' .1 jf -Q -x " - 1 ooo dit a I UIZ6 in S am WW ig 535.-2" BREAD'A.T lTs.BEsTe " YW ? N. W. Couse M. K. Bemiss COUSE 81 BEMISS AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS Telephone 123 North East, Pa. Compliments of BLYSTO E'S Telephone 205 38 East Main St. 2::32:2323211512:2:2:2:?i:T:2:2:2:2:2:2:f:2:2:f:i:2:i:22:2:2:2:2:2i6:2?6:2:2:i:23: N'-:2:2:2:2:2:25L: '2'2'l4' 'fr 4 44 " ' ' ' """' ' " ''"'W"'A"'A"W'A'A'A'A'A'A'A'W''A'A'A'A'A"'A'A'A"'A'AMA'" ' ' 4444 11+ 1414 H H 4:4 4' S 4'4' 4 THE NORTH EAST MINI TERIAL 4:41 44 44 H H 144 ASSOCIATION 44 H Pi 4,4, 4,4, 14, 44 14+ . 44' 441 C0-operating Churches 11: First Baptist First Methodist 11 4'4' . . 44 4141 St. Peter's Lutheran Evangelical United Brethren 114 rr . , , P 1,1 Holy Cross Episcopal Frrst Presbyterlan Church 4141 4,44 44 444 . . 4'4' 11 Ministers: 11 44 1 44, 414: REV. IVAN M. SHREVE REV. ROBERT H. MOORE 11 I 44 41 REV. EDWARD R. REIN. Pres. REV. HOWARD L. STULL, 11: 4, 4 Z1 REV. LO-YE -DoNELs04N secy-Tre-as. Iglg 1, 1414 4' . . . . 4'4' 41 Jesus said: "And this is eternal life, that they know Thee the only 1:1 4: . ,, 4'4' true God and Jesus Christ whom Thou hast sent " 4, 9 . 4 .gig 14' 4241 111 4: 4 4,4, 144 4,4, 4'4' 4,4, 141i 44 -Com liments of '4' 44 P 241 4:4' 1414 44' 4'4' 11:1 44: 1, Frrz PA 1 K ME 44 TR C H0 44 44 143 gig! 44 131i gtg: FOR THE AGED 4:41 44 44 W 41+ 4,4, 44 4,4, 4'4' H 444+ 4 4,4, 41' 4,4, 4'4' 44 4'-I 4'4' Yr pp 44 4,4, 14' 44 4'4' 41: 441 4 . . 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THERE'S A FORD IN YOUR FUTURE! A. F. Smith Sz Son FORD SALES AND SERVICE 45 E. Main St. North East, Pa. Compliments of Watt-Hampson Agencies REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Phone 183 6 E. Main St. Compliments of McLean's Grocery PHONE 152-J 22 East Main St. Why Not Investigate The Opportunities Afforded In I Business Administration 9 Secretarial Science 9 Accounting They Are Profitable and Fascinating Professions ERIE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Specialists in Business Education State at 8th St. Erie, Penna. Compliments of SEYMOUR'S RELIABLE .IEWELERS 708 State Street "The Place To Go For The Names You Know" 4'4' 4'4' 44' 44' 14,4 P P 4,4, 'PAP 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 4 4 '14 1414 4,4, 4,4, 4,4, 1414 4,4, 4,4, 44 4'4' 4'4' 51' 4:4, 4,4, 4,4, 44:4 Sfzkiizizizkkiiiize29:-25-.Af.-,AA 'QC:A:A:-:-:-:-vvv' ' ' :-555::Az-:-:-1-:-:-:A:A:A:A::Az-:Az-:A:+:A:-5:-:-:A:-:-:-:-:-:-:-9-:Az-:A6'9:-:-:-.-.fvvv-,-,-,-.g1, Hn n' Lili' ffx I if 1 I 4 ' ' I The Salesman, Charles Bissell Compliments of DOROTHY JANES Beauty Shop PHONE 162-W 14 Vine St. WESTERN AUTO Associate Store WM. H. POWER, Owner TELEVISIO 0 Tires 9 Tools 0 Tool Boxes 0 Bicycles 0 Auto Batteries 9 Fishing Tackle O Electrical Appliances I Sporting Goods Erie Business College Established 1884 The outstanding school of Northwestern Penna. for Accounting and Secretar- ial Training. 0 College Grade Courses 9 Expert Teaching Staff 0 Modern Equipment 0 Ideal Surroundings 9 Approved for G. I. Training 9 Exceptional Placement Record A Good Position for Every Graduate VISIT THE SCHOOL! Call 22-814 or Write for Catalog 220 West 9th St. Erie, Pa. 44 'if 14' 44 44 'PI 44 444 iii '44 44, 4,4, 144 44 4,4, 4,4, 44, 444 4,4, 44 'GI 14+ 'El '44 4444 14:4 4'4' 'FI 44 4 '44 144 ,444 4'4' 44 it 14' 4'4' 34' QFZQZAZAE 5v::::::::::::::::.v,zz:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-yy:-9:-:Az-:-:-:-:-1-:Az-:Aye:-:Az-9:-:-:-:Az-:A:+:-:Az-:A:-:A:A:A:- 1:1: 1:1: 11+ 'fr 'ri 1 1: 1 1:1: 'fr 4 4 4:4: 'fr 1Fitizf:Izfzizfzizizi:2:2:29:2:2:2:2:2:2:21232:2:2:2:2:2:21f:i:2t2:1ziziziziziziziziizizizizfri:fzfzizizizizizfziz' "Whatever Thy Hand Findeth to Do Do It with All Thy Might". .. The man who puts his heart into both work and play gives his life purpose and direction. When illness P 1 'fi 4 4 4:4: 1:1: 1 1 :gr 'ii 1:1: 1 1 'ith 41 1 comes, he is ready .to fight it with a disciplined will. Add to this the skill of a competent physician and the combination is hard to beat. WE ARE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 'ii CONCORD PHARMACY 19 East Main St. North East, Pa TELEPHONE 141 F. E. SELKREGG, Florist The best motto I ever knew hung over the desk of a homely Irish stenographer. I like it because it will work any day you put it in practice. TOMORROVVS SUCCESS DEPENDS UPON TO4DAY'S PRELPARATION Sincerely, N. E. H. 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