North Mont High School - Survey Yearbook (Turbotville, PA)

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May you This book represen ' ' w of our achievements ' ' it to you. 0l'al'l'l1C V16 enioy SIVUIS attempted to give a pan t Survey as much as we enjoy this issue of the North-Mon 1-in-m1 xg In appreciation of her untiring efforts, the class of 1955 sincerely dedi- cates this issue of the North-Mont Survey to MRS,METTA F.STRALEY. Her willingness to help us in a great variety of situations has eased many difficult tasks. Her friendly smile and interest deserve our praise and respect. 14 SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL It is my opinion that one of the most sound bits of advice given to teenagers was written some 300 years ago. In Shakespeare's "Hamlet" we find a father advising his son on the latter's departure from home. Act I, Scene III: Polonius counsels Laertes on conduct, acquaintances, personal integrity, gossip. dress, money mat- ters, and then concludes with these lines: , "This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man." It is all that a graduate needs. Take time to read it soon. So long nowl And best of everything to you all. WWW! sam som FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. Rena Cotner, David Litchard, President: Warren Betz, Vice-Presidentg Russel Gaston, Secretaryg Alfred Rovenolt, Treasurerg Mrs. Jesse Reynolds. SECOND ROW: Ross Springer, Robert Rishel, Lawrence Bieber, Emerson Smith I r., Donald Hawley, Lester Cotner, Clair Menges. THIRD ROW: Stewart Golder, Glenn Rovenolt, George Murray, Clarence Hack, Herman Ander- son, Oscar Craig, Russell McCollum, George Cashman. ' Sdiwlfi SEATED, Left to Right: J. Wolfe, M. Straley, I. Martin, N. Campbell, C. Perrego, J. Hause. E. House, C, Menges. STANDING: R. Workman, P. Cautilli, D. Leiser, R. Hoffman, H. Zerfing, R. Wagner, C. Menges, S. L. Menges. 9' SEATED, Lett to Right: I. Dilts, M. Hartman, S. Seibert, A. Doebler, M. Shade, B. Snyder, G. Savidge. STANDING: J. Hunselman, W. Strouse, M. Wagner, W. Schell. ABSENT: R. Turner. XE 03,06 'fi bf V o I cb Toi u ff Y Q5 M QSM 1 I r Mr I Z 01 " ., . 'W'-2 ji Cleric-a ah0'VLLf bl E ex. 'Z'..",..,, 64 -.3-Q-.Z--1-,.,.-2 f -'i j Ka, L 5119 i i? Q4 C P i 'Sl.5bl',Q ' K i 17 r M A 1 ..!,,,, xlfff- SEATED: Harriett Dilts, Louise Dildine, Murray Herr, Mary Chamberlin, Beverly King, Donald Hawley, Ruth Rovenolt, James Dewald. STANDING: Doris Keener, Giarles Dye, Wayne Smith, Mrs. Martin, Advisorg Delores Mingle, Mr. Wolfe, Business Advisor: Gloria Mc Cormick. Absent when picture was taken: Norma Day. CHARLES F. DYE "Charlie" Academic C1 ss Pr id 4 Cl T 2,3 Y bo k Featu Wi Class Pl y 3 4 Play Contest 2 3 Librarian 1,4 Blue 82 White 1, 4 Geography 1 Projection 2 Q Typing 3 HARRIETT I. DILTS 1 " Harri Academ C1 Se tary 3,4 C1 P1 y 3,4 P1 y C ntest 2,3 B d T easurer 3, 4 Ch 2 T 3 mm W fi W H. LARUE HAWLEY uRubyn Academic Class President 2 3 Vice-President 4 Play Contest 1 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Chorus 4 Geography 1 Projection 1 Science 1 Intramur ls 1, 2,3,4 EARL H. ANDERSON nAndyll Vocational Class Vice-President 3 Class Tr 1 4 FFA 1,2 Vi Pr id 3 Libraria '1, zemm '4 H2212 24 octane 4 Science 1 Science 1 Rod 8' G 4 Tn-H1-Y 2, vi e-Prev Typing 3 ,dem 3 Baseball a Yearbook Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Feature writer XX A 2 X, XX C X so 4 A ,fa-:J il? 4 Z AN L, ADAMS !'DinkN zational A 1, 2, 3, 4 frarian 3 I 8: Gun rsst. Secretary 4 estling 3, 4 IALDINE M. BEACHEL llGeril! rdemic :rus 1, 2 tmatics 3 -Hi-Y 1, 2,3 :by 1 ence 1 tball 1, 2, 3 YCE M. BIEBER NIO.. mmercial A 1, 2, 3, 4 njection 2 ftball 2, 3 MARY E. CHAMBERLIN uMauryn Commercial Yearbook Editor Class Secretary 2 Class Play 3 Play Contest 1, 2 Student Council 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 2, Vice-President 3, President 1, 4 Librarian 2, 3, 4 Blue 8a white 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Chorus 2 VERIS W. CORDERMAN !lRedll Academic 1, 2,4 Vocational 3 Band 1, 2, 3,4 Projection 1 FFA 3, 4 Rod 8s Gun 4 Geography 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL E. CRAVEN 'Pete' Academic Science 1 Projection 1, 2 Typing 3 NORMA M. DAY , "Norma" Academic 1 Commercial 2,3,4 Yearbook Feature Writer Class Play 4 Tri-I-li-Y 1, 2 Blue 8a White 4 Librarian 4 Chorus 3 JAMES R. DEWALD lflirn ll Academic 1, 2,3,4 Yearbook Sports Editor Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Geography 1 Science 1, 2 Projection 1, 2, 4 Rod 8: Gun 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 E. IDUISE DILDINE llDiuy ll Commercial Yearbook Art Editor Class Play 3 Play Contest 3 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA Treasurer 1, Historian 3 Parllamentarian 2 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Asst. Cafeteria Cashier 4 Cheerleader 4 BYRON V. DYE "Bucky" Vocational Wrestling 3, 4 Projection 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 MARVIN G. ELLIOTT 'Marvin' Academic Class Play 3, 4 Play Contest 1, 2 Student Council 2, President 4 Librarian 2,4 Science 1, 2 Geography 1 Projection 1, 2, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4 Typing 3 HAROLD E. FLETCHER "Gene" Vocational 1, 3, 4 Academic 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 2,3, 4 Projection 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM E. FLORA nBi1lu icademic lass Play 3 'lay Contest 1 tudent Council Treasurer 3 :eography 1 'rejection 1, 2, 3, 4 od Kc Gun, Secretary 4 and 1, 2, 3 JONALD W. HAWLEY, IR. "Jeff" ,eneral 'earbook Asst. Business Manager Projection 2 :eography 1 horus 3, 4 Land 1, 2, 3,4 od 8a Gun 4 baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 soccer 1, 2 nlrestling Manager 4 Lntramurais 2,3,4 VIURRAY L. HERR "Murray" Academic Yearbook Asst. Art Editor science 1 horus 3, 4 land 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Mrestling 3, 4 ntramurals 1, 2, 3,4 ALVIN L HOFFMAN HAI!! Commercial 1 Vocational 2, 3, 4 Librarian 2, 3, 4 FFA 2, 3, 4 Projection 2 School Patrol 2 Rod 8a Gun 4 RAY L. HOUSEKNECI-IT ..Ray.. Vocational FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Science 1 Projection 2 Rod 8: Gun 4 Typing 3 DORIS L KEENER uDersu Commercial Yearbook Chief Typist Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4 Science 1 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Geography 1 Projection 2 Tri- Hi-Y 3 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Octette 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 LESTER S . KEENER " Lester" Commercial 1, 2 Vocational 3, 4 Blue 8: White 4 FFA 3, 4 Projection 2 Librarian 4 MARY L. KEISER nMaryn Commercial Class Play 3, 4 Play Contest 1, 2 Librarian 3, 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasure Chorus 1, 2, 4 BEVERLY A. KING "Bev" Academic Class Play 3, 4 Play Contest 1 Librarian 1, 2 Science 1 Projection 2 FHA 1 Chorus 2,4 Octette 4 Intramurals 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Yearbook Asst. Editor r4 ROBERT H. MARR uBobn Vocational FFA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Rod 8: Gun President 4 Science 1 Projection 2 Librarian 2 Typing 3 Baseball 2, 3 Wrestling 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Geography 1 ROBERT W. MCCOLLUIN "Wendell" Vocational FFA 1, 2, 3 Sentinel 4 Play Contest 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Projection 2 Baseball 2.3.4 Wrestling 3 GLORIA M. MCCORMIC "Honey" Commercial Yearbook Feature Writer Blue 85 White Bus. Manager 2, 3, 4 Play Contest 2 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 2 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Science 1, 2 Cafeteria Cashier 4 Intramurals 3, 4 Softball 2 JLORES I. MCMICHA EL ulvuckeyu :ademic IA 1 ararian 1 amatic 1 ,bby 1 i-Hi-Y 1, 2 lorus 1, 2, 3 BRIS C. METZGER "Doris" ammercial Jrarian 2, 4 torus 1 Jjection 1, 2, 4 ftball 3 rramurals 1, 2, 3 ET TY L. MINGLE "Bet" ocational .ay Contest 1, 2 brarian 1, 2, 3, 4 lA 1, 2, 3, 4 ,ue 8a White 1, 2 horus 3, 4 vftball 2, 3, 4 eography, Secretary 1 ojection 2 tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 DELORES J. MINGLE "Sis" Commercial Yearbook Typist Blue 8a White 4 Librarian 2, 3, 4 Projection 1, 2, 3 Softball 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 DELROY B . MOSHI "Sleepy" Vocational 1 General 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Rod Sa Gun 4 RICHARD E. MURRAY "Dick" Vocational FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 3 Science 4 Chorus 4 Projection 1, 2 IDIS M. ROVENOLT "Louie " Vocational Tri-Hi-Y 2,3 Librarian 3,4 Projection 1 RUTH A. ROVENOLT "Scrounge" Commercial FHA 1, 2, Asst. Secretary 4 Chorus 2, 3,4 Librarian 3, 4 Octette 4 Band 1, 2 Yearbook Bus. Manager 4 Cafeteria Cashier 4 GAYLON T. RYDER " Gale" Academic Play Contest 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Student Council 3 Vice-President 4 Projection 3 Intramurals 1, 2 M. PEARL SHEATLER "Toot" Commercial Class Play 4 Play Contest 1, 2, 3 Band 3, 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4 Projection 2 NANCY L. SMITH "Butch" Academic 1 Commercial 2, 3, 4 Class President 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Secretary 2 Chorus 3, 4 Projection 2 Geography President 1 Intramurals 4 FHA 2, 3, 4 WAYNE K. SMITH nwaynen Commercial Play Contest 3 Yearbook Typist Blue 84 White 4 Librarian 4 ARVEY A. SNYDER NHBIVCH ommercial chool Patrol 2 lue 8: White 4 LLA G. SPAN GLER .. Kitty.. ommercial BIA 1, 2, 3, 4 horus 1, 2, 3, 4 ctette 4 .brarian 3, 4 OROTHY M. SPRINGER "Dot" ommercial .brarian 1, 2, 3, 4 rojection 1, 2, 3, 4 aftball 1, 2, 3 mammals 1, 2 3.1-in 415 IUNE W. STILES "Jennifer" Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1 Librarian 2 Chorus 1 JACK R. YOCUM " Yac kum " Vocational FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Science 1 Rod 8a Gun 4 Librarian 2, 3, 4 Typing 3 4174 c6?s if 5, ,, Y A FORTUNE TO SHARE 5 To ease the burden of our packs, as we journey forth along tomorrow's trail, we wish to leave some of our beloved possessions to those who will follow after us. Our ability to hold quiet class meetings goes to the J tmiors. To the Sophomores, we will our ability to produce successful class plays. The Freshmen will have their assignments finished on time since they inherit our promptness. Charles McMichael is the lucky recipient of Mary Keiser's giggle. Don't faint, Mr. Workmanl Anne DeWa1d will receive Louise Dildine's twirling ability. Wayne Hawley will be a much happier boy when he inherits Bill Flora's naturally curly hair. Look out for a surprise, Mrs. Straleyl Roger Laidacker will receive Doris Keener's typing ability. Ronnie DeWald will inherit Dick Murray's strict attention to Agriculture Class activities. Betty Mingle wills "The Broom" in the Home Economics Room to any girl whom Mrs. Perrego can persuade to help her use it. Ruth Ann Rovenolt bestows her figure to Barbara Gordon. , Robert Menges is the lucky recipient of Charles Dye's love for writing essays. Dorothy Springer wills her ability to get along with the teachers to Neil Hans. Nancy Smith's many hair -dos are a gift to Shirley Stevens. - Marvin Elliott's gift to the Driver Education Class is his '40 Chevy. Joyce Bieber and Wendell McCollum will their love and devotion for each other to Rachael Bitler and Ronnie Kocher. Lee Bieber will soon have a steady girl since he receives Donald Haw1ey's "KNOW HOW." Geraldine Beachel wills her quietness to Lucy Brown. Murray Herr's ability to tell witty jokes goes to Larry Glass. To Wilbur Corderrnan, Pete Craven wills his susceptibility to fatigue. Beverly King passes on her love for Trig. to Paulette Biddle! Veris Corderman bestows his scholastic ability to Shirley Hoy. Pearl Sheatler bequeaths her flirtatious manners to Nancy Ellis. To Robert Reese, Mary Chamberlin wills her crazy streaks. Helen Smith is the lucky recipient of Delores Mingle's interest in Montoursville. Ray Houseknecht passes on his carefree manners to Darrell Phillips. Alvin Hoffman bestows his bashfulness to Paul Murray. Earl Anderson bequeaths his interest in farming to Robert Hoffman. LaRue Hawley bequeaths his executive ability to Kenny McCollum. Eugene Fletcher's ability to talk so much goes to Roger Ellis. Genevieve Harris will receive Harriett Dilts's interest in the Marines! June Stiles bestows her flaming red hair to Shelvy Grable. George Van Dine inherits Byron Dye's dark wavy hair. James DeWa1d wills his athletic ability to Bill Pulsifer. Delroy Moser leaves his vivacity to Bill Schell. Betty Yoder's marks will be somewhat different when she receives Dean Adams's studying ability. Robert Marr bestows his book on "How to Make Love" to Jerry Pfleegor. Dolores McMichael wills her way with the opposite sex to Judy Swope. Doris Metzger bequeaths her quiet manners to Lewis Chamberlin. , -9 'Sz p J PJ Gloris Mc Cormick's gift toKay Swope is a book called "Shall I Marry or Remain a Spinster?" Ella Spangler transfers her silliness to Joyce Miller. Wayne Smith wills his reckless driving to James Worthington. Jack Yocum bestows his late hours to Nancy Dilts. Jo Ann Michael is heir to Lester Keener's sunny disposition. Lois Rovenolt bequeaths her knowledge of Home Economics to Janice Laubach. Barbara Jarrett will inherit Gaylon Ryder's vocabulary. Harvey Snyder's shyness is a gift to Blanche Harris, Last but not least, Anna Turner will inherit Norma Day's cheerful smiles. again. s Now with lighter packs and heavier hearts, we must start our journey into the world of to- morrow. Guard well your valuable legacy for you.wi1l never receive such an unusual inheritance -'-ZZ' X39 CLASS MOTTO ---- Forward Everg Backward Never CLASS FLOWER ---- Red Rose CLASS COLORS----Green and White ce? .F 7 CLASS t if X EQ? i W .6 ff' Q I im M Tv TOMORROW, A NEW OPPORTUNITY Now we are gazing into a new horizong In the East the sky begins to light, A fresh tomorrow is being born, A day we hope will be brighter than the bygone. On our shoulders rests the world's beckoning future, For this time we have been well prepared. Eagerly we face a new challenge, Let come what may, "forward ever, backward never." With our knowledge and guidance we start our conquest Each determined to reach his own goal, And giving our learning to this world, Boldly, we face the opportunities of time. By Charles Dye 'Y' rg xxN 4: .ll ' 1 1.4- - h V 5 , ,,.- 1r41 411.1fv. .11111f 414 1111111.11 14 . I ,, , 1, , . 1 v- x- 5 -. - f t' o 'tif 6 "HITCH YOUR WAGON TO A STAR" ln the Future of Tomorrow, the Seniors of Today will no longer be coming to North-Mont High School but will long since have taken their place in life. There are many widening horizons and the stars seem to make this prediction for each member of the class of 1955. Let every one of us pay heed to the wisdom of the heavens so that we may chart our course accordingly. After consulting the celestial bodies, l find that Joyce Bieber and Robert McCollum will soon be married. Another happy couple will be Nancy Smith and Donald Hawley. J r. The Morning Star emits the warning thatJackYocum and Dean Adams must look at their checks twice because Wayne Smith and Harvey Snyder will be the paymasters at Philco. The Big Dipper tells us that Veris Corderman will go to the Penna. State University, where he will find Murray Herr taking Aeronautical Engineering. Salute when you see Gloria McCormick next time, because the Milky Way announces that she is going to join the WACSI The Red Stars show neighbors, Delores Mingle and Doris Metzger, the former living near Williamsport and the latter living near Montoursville. The nebulae of the sky say that Harriett Dilts and Louise Dildine will both be happy, living in Watsontown. Alpha, the star nearest the sun, radiates the news that James Dewald will be battling his way to the top in the field of baseball. Another constellation predicts that Byron Dye, Alvin Hoffman, and Earl Anderson will each have prosperous farms of their own. Anyone feeling ill? Charles Dye's sign of the zodiac predicts that he will become a doctor. The Evening Star wants us to know that William Flora will join the Navy where he will some- times be able to see jet test pilot Marvin Elliott going through maneuvers. According to the map of the heavens, Lois Rovenolt and Betty Mingle will be successful hornemakers, thanks to their home economics course. The chart of the sky indicates that Ruth Ann Rovenolt and Ella Spangler will like it very much living with their husbands in Montgomery. The shooting stars tell us that Delroy Moser, Richard Murray and Lester Keener will have jobs to suit their own tastes. After observing the galaxy, I can see that Paul Craven will join with Walt Disney Inc. to help create all those clever cartoons. Pearl Sheatler and Robert Marr have been keeping steady company lately and the variable star gives an indication that they may get married some day. Beverly King will give up her X-Ray technician career to marry a big engineer, and the polestar tells us that the lucky man is to be LaRue Hawley. The Lumiary Orbs predict that Doris Keener will be just as good a house wife as she was a good typist at North-Mont. The North Star beams the message that Dolores McMichael will move to Colorado, and later go to college. Ray Houseknecht will lose some of those extra pounds by bronco busting down in Texas. A brilliant planet out there in space wants us to know that Mary Esther Chamberlin will get married and live near Muncy. Mary Keiser, Geraldine Beachel, and J une Stiles's future is on the star fartherest away. I can't tell just exactly what it is for sure, but my guess is that after a while they will get married. The shooting star now falls on Eugene Fletcher who will be working on his father's farm. tb il? 75' k I can ,remember when Dorothy Springer told me she was going to be an old maid but the map of the heavens indicates that she and Gaylon Ryder will soon become man and wife. The final astronomical prediction is that Norma Day will presently be working at the Danville State Hospital. Most people say that the stars foretell the future, so I think you should hitch your wagon to the most favorable star, for then the Future of Tomorrow will be worth living. X XF AWA MONT HUGH SCHOOL !-'a,,Ev,,tE'1'Ff an g fit-lla rx is TUNE: Halls of Ivy Good-bye dear old North-Mont, we hate to leave you now, after twelve long years of service we have come to take a bow. With all our hidden treasure to use in years to come, and with a golden pleasure always your praises will be sung. Soon we will all part, but deep in our hearts we'll not forget the days that have gone bye. We go our separate ways, each filling our days with memories of our dear Alma Mater. So, good-bye dear old North-Mont, it's time to bid adieu, and all the fifty-fivers will forever cherish you. Lyrics by . . . Harriett Dilts O A DATE WITH YESTERDAY With the World of Tomorrow looming before us, we once again want to recall the World of Yesterday. Our Calendar of Memories shows: 1951 V YEAR 1952 Officers President . . . . . . . . . Nancy Smith Secretary . . . , , . , , Mary Keiser Vice-President . . . . . Robert Marr Treasurer . . . . . . Earl Anderson Activities Skating Party: Play Contest: "Junior Is a Genius, " directed by Calvin Menges, Placed third 8: fourth: Trip to Philadelphia with Gustaf Norstedt: Advisors: Calvin Menges and Mrs. Janet Hause. 1952 SOPHOMORE YEAR 1953 '9 ' Officers President . . . . . . . . . . LaRue Hawley Secretary . . . . . . Mary Chamberlin Vice-President . . . . . . Robert McCollum Treasurer . . . . . . . Charles Dye Activities Skating Party: Dance: Play Contest: "Ghost at Punkin' Holler," directed by Robert Hoffman and Gustaf Norstedt, placed third Kc fourth: Trip to Gettysburg with J ack Wintersteen: Food Sale: Selected Class Rings: Advisors: Robert Hoffman and Gustaf Norstedt, 1 ly Y 1953 JUNIOR YEAR 1954 U L Officers President . . . . . . . . LaRue Hawley Secretary . . . . . . Harriett Dilts Vice-President . . . . . Earl Anderson Treasurer . . . . Charles Dye Activities Dance: Sponsored stage show, Bob 8a Dean McNett: Junior Class Play: "Campbells are Coming," directed by J. Richard Wagner: Trip to Valley Forge with Daniel Roskos: Easter candy sale: Bake sale: Advisors: S. Lee Menges and Cyril Menges. 1954 SENIOR YEAR 9 E 1955 Officers President . . . . . . . . Charles Dye Secretary . . . . . . Harriett Dilts Vice-President . . . . . LaRue Hawley Treasurer . . . . . Earl Anderson Activities Senior Class Play: "The Case of the Missing Heirs," directed by Mrs. Irene Martin: Pea- nut sales: Spaghetti supper: Bracelet sale: Sponsored play contest: Bake sale: Advisors: Peter Cautilli and Cyril Menges. X I 27 1 X U 51 4520, f Qu 9 :ff I W 9. A ,.-gf'-L4 rib gr - J- 4,Mf,..pst'-1. :stdin U F! A Q J , A,QL.AeeC, ygfffaf FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. Metzger, F. Chamberlin, J. Dildine, T. Woolrich, K. Gardner, J. Betz, R. Flora, A. Laubach, D. Litchard. SECOND ROW: J. Hoy, D. Michael, J. Mincemoyer, L. Shetler, K. Yoder, R. Craig, P. Moser, D. Swope, C. Rishel, W. Hans. THIRD ROW: E. Thomas, C. Laubach, D. Sechler, N. Hans, L, Gerringer, R. Hoffman, J. Rushoe, J. Auten, W. Betz, D. Watson, P. Cautilli. of 1956 Y 11AV FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Harris, K. Swope, B. Rovenolt, P. Biddle, H. Smith, B. Jarrett, N. Dilts P. Metzger. SECOND ROW: M. Workman,R.Poust, R. Ellis, N. Hans, M. Watson, H. Mathias, J. Laubach THIRD ROW: D. Hoffman, W. Schell, W. Pulsifer, D. Phillips, B. Raup, K. Smith, H. Harner, R. Menges S. L. Menges. 11C FIRST ROW: J . Michael, N. Ellis, P. Mingle, P. Brouse, L. Houseknecht, M. Straley. SECOND ROW R. Reese, J. Worthington, R. Laidacker, W. Hawley, D. Smith. , of 1957 10A e wig. . Bieber, L. Brown, R. Bitler, D. Golder, S. Graybill, S, Hoy J. Fessler. SECOND ROW: R. DeWald, W. Elliott, L. Glass, R. Biddle, R. Kirkner, R. DeWald, L. Bieber THIRD ROW: L. Chamberlin, B. Craven, W. Corderman, R. Kocher, D. Golder. J. Hunselman, T. Dennen D. Leiser. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: N, H 1 ' F 102. FIRST ROW: E. Schell, J. Swope, S. Moll, B. Yoder, Z. Myers, J. Rovenolt, S. Stevens, A. Turner. SEC- OND ROW: P. Moser, G. Pfleegor, J. Schuyler, S. Smith, M. Ploch, S. Strouse, S. Temple, D. Raup, P. Wagner, E. Schoch. THIRD ROW: E. Polk, T. Snyder, K. McCollum, D. Sheatler, R. Reese, P. Mohr, C. McMichael. J. Rushoe, P. Murray, R. Hoffman. wr .f I , af 1958 3 . , , -, 9A FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Golder, K. Helwig, E. Hoffman, B. Craig, M. Dye, A. DeWa1d. SECOND ROW: W. Flora, T. Flora, P. Gardner, L. Fuller, W. Betz, W. Cromley. THIRD ROW: B. Cooper, E. Keiser, R. Cashman, J. Chamberlin, L. Gerringer, B. Harris, I. Auten. FOURTH ROW: J. Kirkner, A. Hilkert, R. Hoffman, A. Brower, N. Craig. .T. Hemrick, J. R. Wagner. 9Z FIRST ROW: N. McMichael, C.Laubach, D. Sechler, N. Mc Collum, D. Watson, M. Trivelpiece, M. Strouse, M, Owens. SECOND ROW: W. Mingle, W.Roveno1t, G. Rovenolt, J. Sommers, J. McCormick, S. Sheatler, T, Worthington. L. Sheatler, L, Rice, K, Yoder, THIRD ROW: M. Ploch, S. McLel1and, G. VanDine, L. Rovenolt, R. Ulrich, R. Snyder. J. Miller, R. Zeager, C. Perrego. H up 1959 8A FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Dye, B. Hagenbuch, M. Enterlirle. J. Betz, K. Fletcher. SECOND ROW: L. Bieber, E. Hagenbuch, D. Conard, F. Bieber, S. Ellis, N. Campbell. THIRD ROW: J. Biddle, G. Fry. P. Diggan. L. Chandler, N. Comer, J. Dildine. S. Graybill, E. House. BZ FIRST ROW: R. Pfleegor, E. Watson, E. Moll, D. Reynolds, J Mincemoyer, D. Swope, F. Mingle. SEC- OND ROW: F. Sheatler, C. Keener, C. Wagner,D. Michael, J. Hoy, C. Moll, C. Rishel, L. Murray. THIRD ROW: C. Springer, J. Pulsifer, J. Raup, A. Shutt, F. Lundy, D. Hoffman, G. Reese, M. Shurtz. J. Moser, C, Menges. ai Q., .h of 1960 A I . '7A FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Auten, J. Betz, E. Cashman, R. Hoffman, A. McLe11a.nd, S. Day, B. Gray M, Dye, A. Laubach. SECOND ROW: D, Litchard, D. Murray, R. Beachel, B. Golder, B. Gordon, M. An- drews, S. Cromley, W. McCollum, W. Hans. THIRD ROW: R. Flora, A. Chandler, F. Chamberlin, W. Derr, K. Gardner, F. Hoffman, R. Craig, D. Michael, G. Metzger, J. Hause. 72. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: W. Rishel, H. Zeager,C.Snyder,J. Pursel, K. Robenolt, C. Raup, D. Sheatler S. St. Clair, K. Pulsifer. SECOND ROW: D. Sones, A. Shive, T. Woolridge, G. Woners, T. Sommers E. Thomas, P. Smith, L. Robbins, M. Rovenolt, S. Ulrich, B. Stiles. THIRD ROW: S. Reese, M. Ulrich M. Weaver, N. Smith, K. Weaver, S, Yerg, C. St. Clair, S. Sechler, K. Robbins, E. Thomas, N. Campbell. Mm. S ' 'a FIRST ROW, Left to Right: S. Menges, R. Snyder, R. Schaeffer, H. Hoffman, M. Raup, D. Beachel, S Bryson, B. Trivilpiece, P. Mazol, S. Menges, E. Stiles. SECOND ROW: C. Follmer, N. Swope, M. Auten L. Stevens, C. Bird, C. Yerg, B. Sheets, L. Fuller,J. Owens, P. Knarr, D. Travelpiece. THIRD ROW J. Rovenolt, R. Lyle, R. Golder, L. Hernrick, S. Bieber, S. Pursel, L. Fuller, W. Stiles, W. Yocum, G Savidge. ...YJ 'a FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Follmer, B. McMichael, H. Sones, K. Hartman, J. Eichenlaub, C2 Jarrett D, Shutt, R. Heintzelman, N.Trivelpiece, B.Stamm. SECOND ROW: J . St. Clair, A. Rovenolt, R. Cromley E. Thomas, D. McLe1lar1d, D. Trivelpiece, J. Prokop, J. Owens, M. Keiser. THIRD ROW: R. Shive. .T Raup, R. Allison, B. Bolay. J. Reed, C. Fuller, C. West, .T . Cooper, A. Doebler. . K- K Akfl L. - . . 1 ' , Snqdefcb, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Eichenlaub, N. Warner, B. Yoder, L. Starr, L. Reichelderfer, K. Ranck, L. Miller, D, Appleman, J. Sones,J.Hauck. SECOND ROW: C. Pursel, M. St. Clair, C. Hindle, T. Pardoe, R. Owens, K. Geringer, G. Zarr,L. Swope, T. Sheets, L. Thomas. THIRD ROW: R. Mc Collum, B. Tanner, G. Yonkin. H. Keiser. R. Kline, C. Schmidt, S. Flowers, C. Yocum, J. Maxol, J. Yost, B. Snyder. ' , Shadeb, FIRST ROW: J. Rider, R. Richard, W. Parker, C. Sheets, G. West, B. Beachel, K. Strouse, R. Workman, G. Hoffman, T. Hans, I. Stiles. SECOND ROW: P. Beachel, R. Fry, S. Hindle, D. Mathias, E. Hoffman, L. Hulsizer, R. Laidacker, H. Hoffman, B. Raup, J. Trive1Piece. THIRD ROW: T. Snyder, K. Moser, H. Welliver, P. Fulmer, R. Sdlooley, L. Reynolds, J. Snyder, K. Lyons. A. Barrows, J. Hill, P. Bolay. FOURTH ROW: C. Buck, B. Tanner, D. Auten, A. Cravm, L. Sechler, N. Brown, R. Palesky, C. Markle, D. Trivelpiece, M. Shade. ill! ' . agua 0, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Snyder, J. Mingle, D. Claudfelter, F. Ellis, L. Rife, V. Quick, L. Andres M. Weeks, S. Buhl, B. Shetler, M. Wagner. SECOND ROW: L. Golder, E. Pulsifer, R. Miller, R. Som- mers, L. Flora, L. Andrews, C. Mingle, Q. Ploch, C. Bartlow, R. McMichael. THIRD ROW: J' . Holdrm R. Woodside, A. Raup, R. Hagerman, C. Springer, D. Vognetz, G. Snyder, G. Poust, J. Hartman. .76unodman'o, FIRST ROW: S. Laubach, M. Dugan, C. Hartman, F. Gardner, P. McMichael, M. Brehm, P. T rivelpiece. L. Albeck, M. Bartlow, E. Hunselman. SECOND ROW: C. Graybill, B. Watson, L. Snyder, S. Mc Collum E. Wonders, V. Brouse, J. McCormick, B. Buss, G. Shaner. THIRD ROW: R. Brouse, E. Wonders, F. Ploch, D. Miller, B. Fruit, D. Kirkner, L. Mingle, D. Seese. FOURTH ROW: D. DeWa1d, G. Bitler, C Milheim, E. Walburn, H. Snyder, R. Webb, B. Ploch, G. Watson, M. Woodside, R. Young, R W 1 U " ,M H an ' "qi-nf' ,. Suiafa FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Weeks. J. Gardner, J. Sechler, L. Mingle. M. Sommers, D. Hartman, R. Young, P. Bfdlm, D. Evans, S. McMichael, S. Seibert. SECOND ROW: E. Hartman, R. Diggan, G. Trivel- piece, B. Sechler, P. Day, S. Harris, E. Welliver. J. Confer, N. Lyons. THIRD ROW: P. Bridge, W. Gray- bill, K. McCormick, G. Mingle, B. Woodside, H. Snyder, G. Bieber, A. Weeks, P. Brouse. J. Mingle. .7 'of FIRST ROW: F. Raup, A. Miller. J. Robb, C. Metzger, H. Reeder. K. Gresh, S. Boney, D. Trivelpiece, N. Reese, D. McCracken, R. Turner. SECOND ROW: S. Weeks, P. Claudfelter, N. Lyons, R. Wonders, N. Cashman, P. Buss, B. Sommers. THIRD ROW: D. Watson, B. Flora, J. P1od1, K. Michael, C. Hilner, N. Snyder, B. Shetler, H. Lyons. FOURTH ROW: W. Bartlow, R. Ritter, T. Buss, G. Gardner, L. Hart- man, C, Flora, G. Albeck, R. McCormick, W. Brehm, F. Pennycoff. -. 493 ,fa 1 -Q . . Ar . .Q .-.L A , ....,!.,JN,Q-. ..,.1l '-, . be , -ah In ,L '24 -V J- 2 4 J gpif5"J.,-Ju My sk' QQ 'S " Win 'ft W, I W .. im i Bi ,.i.,LL , awqz llll !.JJI"'fZf"!5.,M!- - Ill? .L QCA' i3.LT3,1- f f T WM'1'2. .rm 6,92 1 f",L ' H P-1 ' ia 4' ' ATT, V 'STP V 4 'N 9 Mr -4 ,K -f ' f M P ' as A....,.g.4J .gA,Q....,.,2m J. ... . , . . -H ,..v , , .Y..AT,,Y.,.. f A A.., ,W . . ,x,,,,,r..TM ,K H ,...w-,..,1 W s fh- ..,... F W 4 f ' ' H -T ik ' 6 I I l - ,QQ E1 I I i L A I I' :So 4 Am il W S S? 7 hr -7 X, .fy W f fl . WZ C141-frz-C-lc: 4 Y . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Glass, E. Cashman, B. Jarrett, J. Pulsifer, M. Ente:-line. K. Robenolt B, Cooper. SECOND ROW: W. Pulsifer, G. Ryder, M. Elliott, C. McMic1gge1, G. VanDine. J. R, Wagner. ' x - L K A L I 4 V BLUE AND WHITE FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. McCormick, N. Helwig, D. Mingle, M. Chamberlin, C. Dye, B. Jarrett H. Smith, P. Brouse, SECOND RCW: L. Brown, W. Smith, H. Snyder, L. Keener, H. Mathias. J. Laubach M, Straley. LIBRARIANS FIRST ROW: J. Betz, J. Dye, J. Michael, P. Sheatler, D. Mingle, N. Dilts, D. Keener, G. Harris, D McMichael. SECOND ROW: D. Sech1er,B.Rovenolt, N. Ellis, L. Dildine, P. Mingle, S. Temple, P. Biddle D, Golder, B. Yoder, C. Laubach, THIRD ROW: L. Houseknecht, J. Rovenolt, D. Hoffman, R. Ellis, M Herr, L. Keener, M, Watson, A. Hoffman, B. Jarrett, D, Metzger, I. Martin, M. Keiser. FOURTH ROW N. Corner, R. Rovenolt, H. Harner, B, Ming1e,M, Chamberlin. J. Yocum, M. Elliott, W. Smith, L. Rovenolt C, Dye, R. Poust, E. Spangler. PROJECTION FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Stiles, D. Metzger, B. Flora, P. Metzger, L. Rovenolt, B. Rovenolt, P. Biddle, R. Poust. SECOND ROW: J. DeWald,B. Flora, M. Elliott, K. Swope, L. Hawley, R. Ellis. J. Snyder. THIRD ROW: G. Reese, J. Housner, D. Smith, K, Smith, D. Phillips, B. Raup, R. Reese, J. Worthington, D. Leiser. SCIENCE FIRST ROW: R. Pfleegor, H. Zeager, T. Sommers, R. Flora, G. Metzger, A. Laubach, P. Auten, F. Mingle, L. Murray. SECOND ROW: B. Cooper, C. Keener, E. Hagenbuch, D. Conard, L. Bieber, K. Gardner, B. Craig, K. Pulsifer, A. Shutt, .T . Auten, W. Rovenolt. THIRD ROW: C. Rishel,J. Hoy, D. Michael, G. Reese, G. Fry, C. Wagner, C. Mol1,.T. Sommers, FOURTH ROW: S. Sheatler, J. Hemrick, A. Brower, F, Lundy, R. Hoffman, D. Hoffman, G. Van Dine, L. Gerringer, J. McCormick, C. Menges. 1 L .ln Y A-m SENIOR CHORUS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. Keiser, J. Rovenolt, S. Graybill, J. Michael, N. Smith, B. Yoder, S Stevens, D. McMichael. SECOND ROW: D,Keener,L. Dildine. P. Sheatler, R. Bitler, S. Temple, H. Dilts B. King, P. Biddle, THIRD ROW: L. Houseknecht, N. Ellis, R. Rovenolt, E. Spangler, B. Mingle, S. Smith B. Rovenolt, M. Herr, R. Workman. FOURTH ROW: R. Murray, D. Hawley, R. Menges, B. Craven, R Laidacker, K, McCollum, P. Murray, W. Pulsifer. JUNIOR CHORUS FIRST ROW: C. Laubach, F. Chamberlin, T. Flora, W. Flora, R. Cashman,J, Biddle. SECOND ROW S. St. Clair, S. Day, K, Robenolt, C. Snyder, J. Pursel, T. Woolrich, J. Betz, M. Rovenolt, S, Ulrich, R Hoffman, C. Fletcher. THIRD ROW: S. Grable, J. Dye, M. Owens, B. Hagenbuch, B. Gray, S. Gordon N. Campbell, N. McMichael, S. Strouse, E. Watson, M. Ulrich. FOURTH ROW: D. Reynolds, N. Smith S. Reese, C. Springer, E. Keiser, K. Helwig, A. DeWald, M. Dye, D. Golder, A. McLelland, R. Workman FIFTH ROW: J. Moser, D. Michael, M. Weaver, M. Shurtz, J. Pulsifer, N. Cotner, S. McLelland, P Diggan, N. McCollum, E. Hoffman, S. Sechler, S. Yerg. BAND FIRST ROW, Left to Right: A. DeWald, S. Stevens, B. Craig, B. Harris, L. Dildine, J. Michael. SECOND ROW: N. Craig, H, Dilts, N. Smit.h,L. Bieber, V. Corderman, R. Laidacker, W. Schell, L. Glass, J. Dildine, D, Hawley, G. Harris. THIRD ROW: L. Houseknecht, N. Ellis, P. Sheatler, N. Dilts, M. Workman, B. Yoder, S. Hoy, J. Swope. FOURTH ROW: W. Hawley, W. Pulsifer, M. Herr, R. Kocher, R. Menges, W. Corderman, M. Chamberlin, R. Workman. OCT ETTE FIRST ROW: R. Rovenolt, E. Spangler, B. King, H. Dilts, SECOND ROW: D. Keener, N. Dilts, G. Harris, L. Houseknecht, .T aa .QF Q . YE? QXSKXSRE H MA K E175 AMERICA x Xxx! -544 ,ORE HUMEMA is 5'Wh'g S Km j AMERICA SENIOR F. l-1. A. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. Keiser, B. Yoder, G. McCormick, M. Chamberlin, R. Rovenolt, P Sheatler, N. Helwig. SECOND ROW: D. Keener, J . Michael, L. Dildine, N. Smith, B. Rovenolt, K, Swope S. Moll, S. Stevens. THIRD ROW: J. Laubach, L. Brown, B. Mingle, P. Mingle, E, Spangler, S. Hoy, H Smith, C. Perrego. JUNIOR F. H. A. FIRST ROW: C. Springer, B. Golder, N. McCollum, M. Dye, M. Shurtz, P. Diggan, J. Betz, J. Biddle B. Gray, K. Robenolt. SECOND ROW: M. Dye, D. Sheatler, J . Betz, E. Cashman, R. Hoffman, D. Golder E. Keiser, E. Moll, C. Raup, E. Watson, J. Pursel, M. Rovenolt, C. Snyder, S. St. Clair. THIRD ROW C. Perrego, A. McLe11and, D. Michael, D. Murray, S. Crornley, K. Robbins, B. Gordon, N. Cotner, J Moser, L. Fuller, D. Reynolds, J. Mincemoyer, D. Swope. J. Dye. FOURTH ROW: L. Fuller, S. Yerg S. McLe11and, S. Sechler, M. Weaver. F. F. A. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: W. Cromley, D. Hoffman, H. Harner, R. Biddle, R. McCollum, R. Marr E. Anderson, E. Shoch. SECOND ROW: M. Watson, E. Polk, P. Moser. J. Schuyler, J. Yocum, W. Betz T. Snyder, R. Kirkner, W, Rovenolt, L. Shetler. THIRD ROW: A. Hoffman, B. Dye, R. Murray, L. Keener D. Adams. J. Kirkner, W. El1iott,R. DeWa1d,G. Pfleegor, K. Yoder. FOURTH ROW: R. Reese, D. Shetler V, Corderman, R. Houseknecht, P. Mohr, R. Hoffman, W. Corderman, L. Rovenolt, D. Phillips, R. Hoff- lTl3Il. HOBBY FIRST ROW: D. Shetler, E. Moll, D. Watson, D. Sechler, M. Enterline, .T. Betz. SECOND ROW: E Thomas, A. Shive, L. Chandler, M. Andrews, E. House. fx '13 -v , , J 1 ROD AND GUN FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Schoch, J. Yocum, W. Flora, D. Hawley, R. Marr, D. Adams, B. Raup SECOND ROW: D. Moser, J. DeWa1d, A. Hoffman, J. Housner, H. Mathias, P. Moser, J. Schuyler, N Hans, R. Kirkner, R. Reese. THIRD ROW: J. Worthington, E. Anderson, D. Smith, K. Smith, D. Golder R. Houseknecht, V. Corderman, D. Phillips, D. Shetler, S. L. Menges. CRAFTS FIRST ROW: W. Hans, D. Sones, L. Robbins, R. Pfleegor, E. Thomas, W. McCollum, G. Wonders, P Smith, D. Litchard, B. Stiles. SECOND ROW: E. Chandler, A. Chandler, C. Keener, E. Hagenbueh, C Wagner, K. Gardner, G, Fry, F. Bieber, S. Ellis, J. Hoy, L.Roveno1t. THIRD ROW: G. Rovenoit, F Chamberlin, C. St. Clair, C. Moll, R. Hoffman, A. Chandler, A. Shutt, F. Hoffman, K. Weaver, H. Zerfing SENIOR CLASS PLAY: "The Case of the Missing Heirs" SEATED, Left to Right: M. Elliott, N. Day, M. Keiser, B. King. STANDING: D. Keener, L Hawley, P. Sheatler, G. McCormick, I. Martin,G.Ryder, C. Dye, H. Dilts, M. Herr, M. Chamber- lin, B. Flora. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY: "Grandad Steps Out" SEATED, Left to Right: N. Dilts, N. Ellis, P. Biddle, H. Harner, J. Michael, P. Mingle, B Menges. STANDING: R. Poust, M. Workman, M. Straley, P. Metzger, S. Sones, .T. Harris, K Swope, W. Hawley. J. Snyder, R. Laidacker. wg , , K. 4 .. X R, gin M L 6 ,Q Q' sr 5 X 2 ' X Q Q dx X ' Q if W X in Q? F 35 'Lf K Q saw ,-.-Q , if 'C P :RFK 'Q .W - -+L. ' ff 46' 'f Q '39 get Sfpwzto, eff W 0, WWW, 421 1 X WM!! 0 ' rx f ' f ff? 4 Af gy j X ' I A 2 fj f f NH QZX 4 ff ff w ff, MP Z Q 2 Q C Lccmgcacfchxn O RIGHT: L. Dxldme, B. Kmg, B. Yoder, N. D11ts, G. Harris. 71 j FIRST ROW, Left to Right: W. Hawley, W. Schell, L. Bieber, H. Mathais, M. Watson, M. Herr. SECOND ROW: B. Dye, R. Biddle, W. Pulsifer, D. Adams, R. Marr, L. Chamberlin, L. Shetler, Coach P. Cautilli. THIRD ROW: K, McCollum, D. Phillips, W. Corderman, R. Laidacker, P. Murray, H. Harner, Manager D. Hawley. SCORES Turbotville 16 South Williamsport Turbotville 23 Montgomery Pu LSIFE R -0 Turborvine 31 Mifflinburg Turbotville 3 Muncy Turbotville 39 , Watsontown Turbotville 9 Hughesville Turbotville 16 Mill Hall Turbotville 18 Montoursville Turbotville 13 Shamokin '-Rpnms 3 E 1,T..,.?, FIRST ROW, Left to Right: H. Mathias, R. Menges, M. Herr, J. 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A, C, F, INDUSTRIES Incorporated Milton, Pa, BYRON MERTZ, JR, Studebaker Sales and Service Lubrication Genuine Parts and Repairs 121 Northumberland St, Phone 516 Danville, Pa, SULLIVAN'S MARSWS SERVICE STATION The Home of Good Shoes Since 1870 Muncy' Pa' R' D' 'M Milton Pa Compliments of ADAM'S BARTLOW'S JEWELRY FURNITURE STORE 8 North Main Street Phone 3211 Watsontown, Pa Muncy, Pa. BA TIA BRO . C0. Exclusive High School Class Rings Genuine Hand Engraved Commencement Announcements and Personal Cards Mr. Paul Wagner Box 268 Tamaqua, P Compliments Compliments of of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE JOHN Y. BUOY STORE Milton Pa Milton' Pa- Compliments of m sg LOYAl. 0RllER Ze 0f t' l' w'f M00 E LODGE 0. II Milton, Pa, Compliments Compliments of of CROSSLEY JEWELER SHUMAN DAIRY Milton, Pa. McEwensville, Pa. Best Wishes to Class of 1955 MINNICH 'I' D10 C Portraits That Live Odd Fellows Building Milton, Pa STERN BROTHERS UMSTEAD'S GARAGE 14 West 3rd Street Williamsport, Pa, Elm Street Clothing fornlieln and Young Watsontown, Pa Compliments THE Fm 'r Ofgl'l'l0 AL BA K 0 Mo Tomi vlms "A Good Bank in a Good Town" Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PAUL S, GRITTNER SOMERS fir SMITH Funeral Home Turbotville Turbotville, Pa. Dial 3022 Pennsylvania I... Milton, Lewisburg, Watsontown BEACHEL TAXI SERVICE Phone Milton 880 Anywhere ------ Anytime TURBOTVILLE HOTEL Susy Ss Cindy UNION FARM BUREAU CO-OP ASSN, 9th and St. Mary's St, Phone 51267 Lewisburg, Pa, Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1955 PATTON'S PHARMACY Watsontown, Pa, DONLEY T, KRAMM Painting 8: Paper Hanging Phone Watsontown 5302 McEwensville, Pa. FOSTER'S RECORD SHOP Danville, Pa, KINDT CHEVROLET Danville, Pa, Compliments of ESCHBACH JEWELRY STORE 52 Broadway Milton, Pa, lr e wa el-3 K' YOCUM FARM SUPPLY J. 9'- -L Feed-Seed-Grain-Fertilizer sf Em L1 Allenwood, Pa, S Phone Montgomery 5362 tg 2, 1- In nv' f ua!! NORTH -MONT SENIOR FHA MCVEY'S FURNITURE Danville, Pa. STERNTEIR'S STORE Dewart, Penna. We have remodeled our store, We would like you to see it. Congratulations Class of 1955 CHET ALEXANDER Milton, Pa. WAGNER'S JEWELRY Danville, Pa. Ice Cream PENN DAIRIES INC. Dewart, Pa. Compliments of J, F, GAUGER AND SON 36 South Front Street Milton, Pa, LU DY Compliments of LUMBER C0., I C. T, W, EVANS Clothing and Shoes Watsontown, Pa, and Mifflinburg, Pa. YODER'S DINER AND CUSTARD SHOP "Two good places to eat here and at home. " Turbotville, Pa, ,TT Q69 he DEWART LIVE 'l'0CK MARKET vX,Dewar1, J six wi " I J S, MARKS 3 Broadway Milton, Pa, C ornplim ent s of J, J, NEWBERRY Milton's Big Family Store CO0PER' HARDWARE lfflfdh 7'fa441C4QA: A' 29-31 Broadway Milton, Pa. EMERSON C, HEFFNER Funeral Service Washingtonville, Pa, JACUB and COMPA Y Surveyors, Appraisers Riverside, Penna, R, W, BARTLOW Plumbing Sn Heating Electrical Contracting Gibson Appliances Ben Hur Freezers White Electric Hot Water Tanks Apex Automatic Washers Sr Dryers West Branch Creamery Mfg, REICHARD'S GOLDEN VELVET ICE CREAM Sold in Seven Counties I.--- Compliments of FAIRVIEW HATCHERY Phone 125 Milton, Pa, Compliments of STAMM'S DAIRY BAR Homemade Ice Cream 8: Lunches Broadway Road Milton, Pa. Compliments of WEST MILTON BANK West Milton, Pa. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. SMALLS' GREENHOUSES INC, Store-104 Broadway-Phone 303J Office-Turbot Avenue-Phone 304M Milton, Pa, HARVEY F, CORSON Compliments Dial 6 - 3713 BRELSFORD'S SELF SERVICE Sales 8' Service MARKET Chrysler - Plymouth Muncy Pa R D in Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment Muncy, Pa, Compliments of Your Tydol-Veedol Dealer MONTOUR AUTO SERVICE CO. Distributor Montoursville, Pa. MURRAY MOTOR CO. lFor'dl Muncy, Pa. I' RIEDER'S Credit Jewelers Hamilton and Bond Diamonds 43 Broadway Milton, Pa. C, D, CLARK Your Local Ford Dealer Milton, Pa, Phone 380 Congratulations Class of '55 HALL WILLIAMS Your Friendly Prudential Representative Compliments of BOLEN Sn CO. Milton's No, 1 Bargain Dept. Store S, Front St, -Phone 83-Milton Where quality is high and prices are low Auto Body Straightening 8: Refinishing Tire Truing--Wheel Balancing P 8: L BODY WORKS Front End Alignment and Frame Straightening Phone 3641 Watsontown, Pa. Compliments G, WEAVER COAL Turbotville, Pa, Phone 3432 A Safe Place to Have Your Money THE MUNCY BANKING CO. A Sound Financial Institution Muncy, Pa, Member of F, D, I, C Your home supply center CLINGER LUMBER Arch St. at Locust - Milton Phone 900 Millwork - Building Supplies - Paint Hardware - Hand 8: Power Tools F' I X L Feeds and Service Will Make You Money - . if If f - v -X Q-4 1 X I l""'? 5551? ' I 5. li I f ' X ' I HERR MILLI G COMPA Y R. D. ifl Philco Refrigerators Meet Edna and Emery Ranges, Washers At Full Line of Furniture THE HAI-fF'WAY HOUSE Open Evenings Until 9:00 Turbotvi11e, R, D, ffl Ph0He120A HENRY STIGER FURNITURE Q STORE Hughesville, Pa, VORIS IRIS GARDENS t t , D, 2 Wa son own R if J. R. SHEETS 600 Varieties Iris , Dealer in Best of Old and Most of New , , Groceries, Notions, Hardware, Etc 150 Varieties of Daffodils Phone 14123 Montandon, Pa 75 Varieties of Daylillies Phone 5167 Watsontown, Pa, j T RBOTVlLLE ATIO AL iN-5"f"'fvC, 'J HB0 Cf LD CD Cf fn 2 :r W rs P4 o r: Z Q cn Q. UP U1 sv E- A3 Pl!ov1DED'N 'mf 'Bppkwll Acf 'NY-55 55 - G qu Q 4' ik E D EPC9 5 N N ' unsung That Strong Enough to Protect Large Enough to Serve and Small Enough to Know You BAK RUSSEL C. GASTON HARTFORD INSURANCE United States Fire Insurance West Branch Mutual Co. Bruce W, Windstorm and Auto Insurance and Bonds Turbotville -Phone 3 652 STATE FARM INS, CO Auto-Fire-Life Losch, Agent Washingtonville, Pa, Class of 1936 CLARK' FEED MILL Poultry, Dairy, Horse, and Mill Feeds Flour, Hay, Fertilizer and Seeds Custom Grinding St Mixing a Specialty Phone 2271 Turbotville, P C, M, SMITH Insurance Aluminum and Sheet Metal Auto, Fire, General, Liability Fabricators FLORENCE E, YAGEL Truck Bodies-Welding and Repair Turbotville, R, D, ffl Muncy, Pa, Phone Washingtonville 7 - 2528 THE FIRT ATIO AL B K of MILLVILLE Millville, Pa. A Service Organization for you and your friends since 1900 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Compliments f O Compliments soMMER's DAIRY BAR Of Sn DINING ROOM SONES LUMBER 8: Grill at Dinners SUPPLY C0- Phone 3801 Millville, Q, Turbotville, Pa, THE FARMERS NATIO AL BA K Watsontown, Pa. The Friendly Bank of Safety and Service 1 RELIABLE FURNITURE CO, VOGEL'S CLEANERS "Your Name Brand Furniture Store 7 hr. Dry Cleaning Service Corner Front 8: Center Street Milton Sz Watsontown, Pa. Milton, Pa. Compliments of WAT 0 'l'0WN NATIO AL BA K Compliments W' A' DeHART of Wholesale Distributor F' W' WOOLWORTH CO' Candy and Tobacco Williamsport, Pa. Milton, Pa. Compliments Syl of D VILLE LIVE 'l'0CK MARKET m Compliments of M FFLY-H FF P0 'I' . 8206 Turbotville, Pa, Mustered in September 12, 1955 Veterans of Foreign Wars of The United States Compliments MARGARET TREON of ENTERLINENS Specialt Shop y Service Station 33 Br adwa O y Watsontown, R, D, ffl Milton, Pa, Phone 3134 O A, A, BOWMAN Sc SON Milton, Pa .- "r Q, I -1+ 'Z 'F s' Ta' 3, G e-0 GC off coil Repre senting THE 0ll'l'HWE TER MUTUAL LIFE I URA CE COMPA Y A Life Insurance Investment Provides A Substantial Estate if early death or disability occurs. A Guaranteed Income later in life, when most appreciated with no management. A plan that will accept material things now owned and accept any future earnings that are not needed in business and family maintenance. Purchase Your Life Insurance Plans Early In Life Offices: Fourth and Market Streets - Bloomsburg, Pa, C ornpliment s of F0 GHT and S0 S Hughesville, Pennsylvania Phone 85B2 Compliments of KENNEDY VAN-SAUN MFG. and E G. CORP 63 Beaver Street Danville, Pennsylvania Compliments of EXCHANGE FEED MILL FULLER'S ROYAL SWAN FOOD STORE AND GENERAL STORE Phone Washingtonville 7 - 2414 Agency for Eckys Dry Cleaning Proprietor: Wilbur Mericle Phone 3613 Turbotville, Pa. 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