Northumberland High School - Pine Knotter Yearbook (Northumberland, PA)

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THE PINE-HNUTTEH Senior lass of 1943 As we come to the close of our hrgh school career we look back upon those ex ents whrch made rt so memorable Upon graduatrng from nrnth grade we entered our Hrst year of hrgh school and our first year at the comparatrvely new Dr C W Rrce Senror Hrgh School Burldrng As seemrngly xerdant sophomores we naturally assumed our posrtron as the under classmen We submrtted to the tradrtronal subjugatron but Just as naturally began to find ourselx es and made known our rntentrons of becomrng one of the best all around classes The customary Sophomore Hop was our only contrrbutron to the socral affarrs of the school that year Class oflicers elected that year were Prfwdfnf Wrrrrrwr Roorrm' Sfcrefary DIARY HAUPT Irfszu I JOHN KELLY Treasurer t,LoRcE Lrnnrrsrrors Our Junror year was one packed wrth actrwrtres Vie began to work drlrgently to rarse funds for our nrost rmportant event the annual Junior Senror Prom We spon sored a very profitable Iunror dance At length we played host to the Senrors at an elaborate banquet and dance whrch can be truthfully called the finest Pronr ever held The varrous cornrnrttees worked long and hard rn preparatron of the affarr The spec tacular decoratrons a Dutch gal den settrng, recerred hrgthest prarses Class oilicers were Prrszdurf DANIEL SHUCK Sruetary NIARY HAUPT lm Prfszdfnt RUSSELL Youfsr' Treasurer Grsoncr: LIDDIINFTON Class advrsers were 'Vlr Tur se Nlrss Dauberman 'Nlrss Frederrck determrned serrousness Our first maror actrxrty was a Senror dance whrch proved to be a credrble financral success We competed w rth the Junror class rn a magazine campargn whrch netted us Wrnnrn honors and a remarkable profit One of the en royable features of the year was the splendrd presentatron of the modern patrrotrc play alrrzcrrmrr Iusspori It fur nrshed a consrderable sum toward the expense of our year book qoon after the begrnnrng, of the second semester we started wrth hrgh hopes the creatron of our xearbook In Wlax we were guests of the lunror class at the annual Iunror Senror Prom Vlrth sad hearts we ended our 'X H S daxs at our com mencenrent exercr es Oflcrcers elected for the rear were I rfsrfh rf DANIEI Qrrurk qfllCfflll1 NIARY HAUPT rn Russrzrr louse Iflbllll hr mr. Lrnrrrrsvrors Owrn to the rcsrcnatrorr of our presrdent at the end of the irrst semester Russell Young, capably frllcd that vacancx and lohn Kelly was the newly elected vrce presrdent Class adxr ers were Mrss McFarland Mr Cox N11 Phrllrps We prrde ourselves for havrng attarrred the goal of success whrch we have so much desrred 'llany of our members contrrbuted to the success of the hrgh school athletrc actrvrtres others par trcrpated rn several commendable chapel programs li e are grate fully rndebted to our varrous adxrsers and teachers under whose careful and patrent gurdance we were able to complete satrsfactorrlx our school career 1 lass hh :sm s 455 T7 Cr-4 ru I- I IIIIXQTUN N rr are r VI Nick ucmxo Ap Vt umr-'s C PIIILLII Q 14 , ....,...,,r, , ..., A r r ,,,,,, r A ,, r , A. ,,.,,...,,.,, ,,. ,. , , . ,.,,. . . , ,, , j5,::Y ,lrh1' ,..r.,. ..,. ,.,,, , , ., ...,, ,., , .. ,. . . ,. . . .. . , .. , ' i 'i . O : 1 ' ' ' M ' ' 1 , ' ' - o y V 7 ' ' - Y . ,' ' , ' I A , , . . 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'S , 1 aa , X A THE PINE-HNUTTEH I-IIA BAIIX IN a hx blond xx ho xx xelx Ililpllldl Vlth hem LldNNl11dtl It xou ,U exel want to hnd 'VIARX BAM-'R just look fox Rag e Ifllxoxz Bklh K 1,01 I ng bloxxn exew anl Lonxtant chattel fllNtlllj.1lllNh9N hu from the xext of the class BI-'TTY BFURY a Nhoxt top lf thele exen was one Hel giggle attuutx mam a fellow Ll3NNlH3t8 AINKIIN BID!-INIACH IN quxgt but .1 lot ot fun He nun hnds tlme fol h0lTlLXYOllx lokl-MP B IIIINK PR IN cunt am Num but N L me A mule lange of fllencls MARX BRUUHEN happx glggle has kept many A nlaw hom gettlng' bfbllllfl C1LoRc I- BUQHLR IN a leplexentatne of lxapp Helght He hdllllk m excuse blanlw left and llght The Ntone ll1clf'ldLf:'l of the group IN Hill-N CI-IIITTI 'ihe can leallx balance tle budget N MA CIUTTI IN nuel hi XNlth0Llt a Smlle IUINE QIARK has thlee chalactellstlu Nmall neat anrl pleasant GI-IoRcE COLNPFR uxuallx hlgh NLOIQI baxketball plax 91 He sxxeau he IN .a woman hatel but Cathelme lxnoxu bette1 HAIIN HH 1 UH k Ninn HAM-rc uma I- n om: lil- nnf f' ru U SlfT'IX lil-m III 1 -4 I mr: N rn ro H11 XIX mr n rr: In 4' 1 f 1 nz rum :uf 1 JI Nl-1l'k fnmrm fu ml 1,1-om I- t owl-1 lffflll-rflml lil-1 Cf- sx V 'ini N JM hr- xf' ' gg N li 1 L- 1 - A A e W ' ' ' . ...FR IA", ' '1 ' ' . 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ROMAYNE DYER would much rather play basketball than do her homework. . . . JUNE FERTIG came to us from Shamokin in our Sophomore year. Her piano playing and commercial ability have been an asset to the school. . . . Redheaded LAURA FLEMING has a super ability to tell "stories" in classes. . . . RAY FLEMING is usually first in springing jokes on his classmates. . . . Quiet, studious RICHARD FURMAN enjoys going to school more than most boys. . . . We hear CHARLES GOSHY willingly takes his post as "door tender" so he can see "Katy." . . . JEAN GROSS would rather skate than do homework. She's another of those lucky girls who's engaged! . . . AUSTIN GULICK is here today and absent tomorrow. Enough is said! . . . ALICE HARTMAN who just joined our class is friendly and well liked by all. . . . But who can forget MARY HAUPT and her sharp remarks. Haupty can give you all the answers. . . . ELEANOR HENA- IIAN'S main ambition is to become a "Power's Model." Now she's iust a maestro. . . . GLORIA HENDERSHOT aHectionately known as "Tiny," A true friend, you know she'll never let you down. . . . MARY JEAN HINE is small, cute, and popular with her classmates. She wants to be a dress designer. . . . KENNETH HOFFMAN, former pres- ident of the Boys' Band, always takes a part in all musical activities. I,oI'IsI-I DI-:Axis .-lrvzflenzfz' l5I'RI+E Ilrxvax I-1 r'u11mr1iw RoM,xYNI-I DY!-:R Ilnnzl' I','r'0n1nni1' JVNI-1 FEMTH: f'unnrzfr1'fr1l 5 LAVRA FI.I-:MISC f'rn1l7r1PI'1'irll Q S- RAY I-'I,I-:AIINII A r'4ul1f7Vln' Rll'llAKlI FLRMAN .41-rulcmfr CIIARLEs GosIIY llll11lNf7'l'!l1 .-lrts JEAN Gimss llama' l',':'1mon1n':4 .-XVSTIN Gl'I.II'K Fon: rrzffrriul Q- ALICI-: HARTMAN Home I'fc'0nom1'r'x M ARY HM'I"I' ,-14-rzflenriw I A .E A S - I-II.:-:Axon HFINAIIAN .lw1rIc'mir 6 . A. Y GIAPHIA HI-1NI1EIcsnn'I' -L . ' ,fl 1-uflwrrzfr 41" ,inf 'M Home Iu'z-onornirs MARY JI-:AN HINI-: Industrial Arts KI-:NNETII Hoi-'I-'MAN I II,II:I.I:s Hnoriiia I u7rIrII1f'w1l1 .l:'rI1l1'nIIr J xx Hoi-Eu I-1I.l, .lf-fnlfnur Goin-Us HI AIAIEI, lffrlusfrrul .iris l.I.I-: H111 MEI, l'urnnIrr1'I'u7 1' " HINT P-AXE K.xI'FI-'5IAx Ilnmr I-,'1-ofionzirs I.,xI HX RI-:I.I.ER l'1nrI1Inrf-full ,Ions KI-:I,I.x E .lrrlrlf mfr V 0 Im I.I:I:sI: . lffflusrrml .lrfs lIII',lUlN I,I.sIII.R W .lr'rIrl4'mIr ' .-XIQNI-is I,I-:ins ,.,,.. ' .-tr-fzflfyrnfr ' Glillktili l,IImIxr:ToN x Wx f'rnnn1a'I'rffIl Q X' av x . tiff num x MEIsI-:R Hon.u'I: lVlIllhl,I-ITIIN lfwlusfrnzl .1 rfs Sl'1l.I'INA MILLER .lrrnlvnlir Lois MooRE ,-1 Iwlrlvrri fr' 'ss IIARLES Hoovl-:R used to usher you to your seat at the Savoy. Now he's being shown around by Sergeants galore. .... IAY HoPI-:WELL took over the post of Junior Kiwanis president after Danny left and kept the log rolling. . . . GORDON HUMMEL would like to drive a jeep in the Army. After nursing that wreck of his he's well qualified. . . . LEE HUMMEL not only stands as one of the leaders in the commercial class but also has proved a good Business Manager of the Pinvlfnofter Nczvs. . . . CLARENCE HUNT, a whiz on the football field was one of the first to give up his school career for the Army. . . . FAYE KAUFFMAN will prove to be someone's able housewife after taking the Home Economics Course. . . . LAURA KELLER is one of our all around girl athletes. She is a good commercial student too. .... IIIHN KELLY. "flashy" describes this guy if you have seen him on the basketball floor or with the girls. n' "0 . . . The artist of our class is GIJY LEI-JSE. We owe all our "I'I'n1'1f1mfII'r" drawings to him. . . . If silence were golden THERoN LESHER would have a million but he always has his homework done. . . . AGNES LEWIS is peppy and a lot of fun. We'll never forget her, "Everybody up!" . . . GEORGE LIDDINGTIIN has pep as a cheerleader, swing as a dancer and a voice that is the pride of the senior class. . . . Witty NIARILYN IIEISER is certainly never at a loss for words. . . . General MacArthur doesn't know what a good man he has in the "Buck Private" HoRACE BIIDDLETON. . . . SELENA BIILLER is quiet and nice. ln the field of sports she's tops. . . . Lois BIOURE aspires to be a second Rubinoff. At orchestra practice her attention is on Mr. Hege's baton. -vii l7Q+' Sv Q-.1 I Il :vw gg Qs, Ig, MARY JANE Moon:-: llomf' l'Ir'nll0mir's 1 Trzssu-1 NIUKIDAN I 'u n1m1'r1'ful lim' Mm'EIc fum nwrrful ICETTY NAl'maI,I-1 fbmmcrriul 443 lirmw NI-:IMG lurlnslrifzl A rls 1 Iionmi' Oxwm lnzlllstriul A rfs LILY PACKER Home Ecofforriirs MARX' PACKER Home I'fronon11r'H MARY l'll lI,l.ll'S .-iv'l11I1'1l1r'1' l.r:sLIi: l'Rlrr: .lrrulfvrrfw M Am:ARI:T RA1'l'sNm'K l'lnr1m1'r1'inl .I I-:AN REEI1 .-1rr11Imni4- l'AI'L RIN:-3 If rluxfrrnl .-l Hx NIARJURIEI RoRINsoN Home Economics WIl,I.IAM RODKEY lnduslrfnl A Hs FRANCES Rousu Amdeniir- Q if-sw A .ARY JANE MOORE unwillingly sits listening to teachers' oI'atories while she's . longing for a "jam session." . . . Happy go lucky and full of fun is TESSIE MORDAN. She loves to play jokes on Mr. Turse. . . . ROY MCJYER'S study periods are well taken up with shorthand and fights with Mildred. . . . BETTY NAUGLE'S pep as a cheerleader may come from drinking lots of "Naugle's Dairy" milk. . . . BUDD NEIDIG'S pet pride is giving girls a big smile. . . . ROBERT ORWIG is not only a whiz on the football field but also with the women .... Although little and quiet, LILY PACKER can certainly display a temper when she's angry. . . . If MARY PACKER disagrees with her future husband like she does with her classmates, what a family life! . . . MARY PHILLIPS, as little and peppy as they come. If her lively dance steps don't get you her constant chatter will. . . . Amazing, con- fusing, is LESLIE PRICE'S procedure of vanishing from classes. . . . MARGARET RATUS- NOCK is pretty and lively. She's always ready for fun. . . . Attractive and tall de- scribes JEAN REED. She's one of the few who always has a good report. She has also done well as Editor of the "Pim'knoHvr." . . . PAUL RINE is short and plump with plenty of spunk on the football field. . . . We often gaze into the classroom and don't see MARJKJRIE ROBINSON. The morning sessions seem to be too much for her. . . . WILLIAM RODKEY is an all around sport. He's center in football and guard in basket- ball. . . . A flashy keyboard artist, FRANCES ROUSH, is also one of those few and far between A students. -..Q 18 ig- Home I' funomzr -1 Ilmunln Qnsmxvlfxx hull: mfr Rlllil-RT SI' I' BOX D lnfluslrml lr!-I HARRX Sl-ILN f'ommPrr ml INF-KNIFR SHAFFI-R I NlI'I bHlLK 111111111111 -KN x x SKHLTT I umm: rv ml Run AN In STAHI hom STAN!! f ummen ml h1.su-: STAMVI l ommercnal E PINE-KNUTTEH ARD TACRIIINF and good descnbe LEONARD Run on the football held xlell www nexen folget Pete IH Tug Clase MARION SANDERS Boostem Club ac Sin' t1v1t1es keep hex on the move but she can alxxaxs find tlme fox Gux JEAN SARVISS, falthful to the Almx, dlsplays a dlamond as exldence DoRoTHx SASbANIAlN s constant loxe noxx goes to Camp Stau1t GQOIHIH NIAR1 IN Sc HOIYIN tall lanky centel on oul basketball team also has a xxax xx 1th the guls BVTTX SCHREFFLER IQ such a qu1et gul xxe couldnt find much to sax about he1 RoBLRT SEEBUID bu: blond, handsome playel, ls both a man s man and a xxoman s man HARRY SEES IS a qulet bashful bov but xxeve alxxaxs not1ced the dexxl shmmg lll hl ex es ELEAINOR SEILER IS tall and dalk She lxkes to xxolk calls lt fun and does It xxell Tall blond KEAMER SHAFI-'ER IS Lees constant compamon Dun-I QIIIJCK a capable plesldent xxho left us fol Bucknells hlghex education lo be a doctox ls hls 3.1111 ANNA SkRUTT alxx ays has he1 h0mexxo1k done, sl e s one oi the exx J0bEPH QINYDER felloxx classmate noxx at Bucknell N c clan t knoxx t 1 xxexe evel seen a box xxho xxolks as haul as ROIAND QTAHI Drms STANINI 1 alxxaxs Wllllhg to do a ta k and do It xxell She xxas tleasulel of the Ixlxx ams Lassles ELSIE STAWINI xx as at one UH19 qulet She has changed consldelablx m he1 senlol xeal 'Vlluuaw SAwmRs Q 5' JEAN Skuxlss 1'f"" Iirvn SLHHHFIER " l Q V, ', '. 3 " ' " L ' . " v v 1 ll V" -' ' v 1 , ' Q :ern -1- . - - ' 5 - . . . 1 v7 V v . . . .U 1 1 V 1 . . V , V . .... .. , .. , " ' ' ' , . 5 " .J ' ' ' 'n v l 1 v Q 1 ' - v - ' V, l , 7. ,, , . . . . . . . V N, . 5 . . Y .1 ,N . , 1 Y ' -1- r 1 . - V1 'v v ' 7' , - . , , . rl I I ' ' v n v -V 11 V1 ' f '. ' . ' S , ' " . V 1' ' 'hat wvv - '1 v v y .P1 A q ' 1 '. , M , . . . .. , . l 5 v ,. .' ' . Q- ' . Y . ..1 . . " 1 '. ,' . nun A - vm . I . . V p. I tv. I: I L Y ff A W is 'N W , ' I-- tv is .1 1 ,Sl is " Q A y- -xx za . X X 3 1. " . , 'S' IZ 3 -f V Q 4:5 if UBI-IRT STRAUB has joined the Navy and judginj: by his speed on the basketball .bf court he'll be an Admiral's assistant in no time. . . . Tall FRI-ID STRAUSE "5-'55 although quiet and shy likes basketball letter than food. . . . RACHEL STAROOK is the "Girl Wonder" of the Home Economics Course. . . . CHARLES TROUP is shy and bashful. You'll never find him without his homework done. . . . LUIS lYALKER'S business ability has been shown through her capable handling of Advertising Manager of the I'im'1fnofff'r Xczcs. . . . Our VIRGINXA VVALKER is looking' longingly into the future field as a Florence Nig'hting'ale. ..,. IUHN VVALTZ, a regular "Miz Five by Five" but he passed the Navy physical. Now he prefers New York girls. . . , When GEORGE YVHEELAND isn't playing' his trumpet j.'ou'll find a pipe in his mouth. Lois WILBI-:RT keeps the Trig class interested more in her facial expressions than in C. A. D.'s labors. She wants to be a nurse. . . . GLADYS YOUNG is for Nurses train- ing' at the Geisinger Hospital. She's headed for physical education. . . . LAURA YoUNG's love affairs, she has one in every branch of service. . . . We'll never forget RUSSELL YoUNG'S arguments with the teachers. He has proved a capable class presi- dent. . . . RHODA ZUNG says she has eyes for no one else but Bud. The rest she claims is Motherly affection. Rrxcni-11. 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X ' A--112.1 V :R - X ' Y A x x EX x 22 X ' ' A x wr V A A aMnA"v.ii x NX x ' , X ,: A N -T , :I I s si 5 s l NX : THE PINE-HNUTTER llnlor lass l'IRST ROW llnft to Ruzhtl Forrex Brdrlspach Cttty Lyons Gallo Hrrntrr Newberry Hopuull Haddon Morgan Ger'-L McCloSks Frwh Barnhart lxauwzll Aumrlltr Van Krrk Danneker Frrdtrrtk Dauberman THIRD ROW fLeft to Rrghtl Wrnter Grubb Putrg Ulba Rergle Bell Mveu Chymr Baum Snyder Carrtch Ge-rw Stuwer Long Barlu Carl FOURTH ROW fLtft toRuzhtl Mark Carr Auman Bell Howdzy Stmuse Tweed Fox Shuman lionaxcntrrra Bollinger Wadeck FtnStamacher Rerchenbach I'Il'TH ROW ILQ-ft to Rrghtl Brngaman BaStrtS Gulrck Stuck Bollrnger Hoffman Whrpplc Stu Albrrght Trorcell Ward PhrllrpS Keller Gemberlmg SIXTH ROW fLeft to Rrghtl Drehl Sanden Wrllrams Snyder Mertz Walkrr Brennen Rergle STANDING Kleft to Rrghtl Zrtto Smder Vie are proud to paSS our Senrorrty on to a claSS that haS So often proven 1tSelf uorthy of rt Th1S year haS been a buSy one for the JunrorS and they are to be con gratulated upon the SucceSSful completron of such a vear Early rn the term they made planS for rarSrng funds to Sponsor the Junror Senror Prom They Sold candy Soft drrnkS, and hot dogs at the home football gameS, throughout the football SeaSon they Sold candy rn School, they partrcrpated rn a rrraga zrne Subscrrptrorr conteSt rn competrtron wrth the Senrors AS a reSult of theSe efforts they accumulated over four hundred dollarS an admrrable example of what can be accomplrShed through the fullest cooperatron of an entrre class The ofhcers and advrSerS deserve much of the credrt for the Success of therr most actrxe year Ofhcers elected were PreSrderrt, Roger Haddon, Vrce Presrdent, Fred llorgan, Secretary Faye BaStreSS, Treasurer, Stexe Houzdx Class, adv1SerS were 'NIrSS Dauberman, lVIrSS Frederrck, and 'NIr Turse I 2 'f .A f Q" " Y Q ....,, , , , .. , ,rr.... . .A , -.. ...,,,,, , ,, , H . , , , ., I -15.1.-wrijlj . ..,.. .... . , ,. .. . .. . . . ., , , . Q SECOND ROW l 4Left tn. Rightl-Turse. Farnfworth. Brouse, Beury, Ruch. HL-ndorshot, Mertz, Graham. Russell, Glass, Bird ' . . , r " '. - 'f ' .' ' -fef- 2 fe- E PINE-KNUTTE ophomore Class IIRQTROW1I1ftt11R1ghtl IfLCIx 511 Ntldll.. R1n1k Humm1l P11k11 Ma1111t11 l-l1m1n1,. 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V Xu gg -wiL Y?g - ilijvxsxlx X5 lx Ilhvl-!kQ1,jAf,'J"'X p 1 if +59 T' Dff: ig! j'fQg,fShg19 '- xXx x X ' 1 ' 77' X 4- 'ix Y' f , N2 1 'Simi -Wwfp -N- A " w 'W 1, 5 PW-j '-"W X L Q W7 in,-X .iipm V- Eb 'U , 5 5 rs ' x 'I wwf ,T "fi 1 fl ' - . -f1 f r '1 l INE-HNUTTEH Year ook Staff We aCCl6dlt the success of the Plneknottel to those students who gaxe genelously of then tune and effolt to make lt such Headed by a most capable 6Cl1t0l Jean Reed and hex chosen ataff XXl'llCll p10Ved to be 1Ildl1StllOllS lesoulceful and 0001761 atne thex have tulned out what we b8ll9V6 to be one of the best xealboolvi exe1 c1eated bx a V01 thumbelland senlol claw Thmgs got unde1 wav at the beglnnmg of the second semeste1 and the xxo1k plOg'l.9SSed lapldly Mateual was collected and a1t1cles xwe1e tu1ned IU Then thex wele edlted and auanged ln the p1ope1 o1de1 The mateual xx as txped bx ou1 efHc1ent selected typlsts Apul 1, the 194'l IQSUB of the Pzizcllzzoffm xx ent to pless Vie slncelely hope you vull t1easu1e thls book and the fond memoues It bungs of the days you spent ln youl Alma Matel, undoubtedlv the moat ca1ef1ee, the happlest and the best days of you1 llfe Eflzfrn HI f hw! JEAN REED N1 us Hdzfm LEE HUMME1. AGNEE LEWIS HELEN C1-'1 LITTI Rlssmznfr Erlzfom Spoafs Edzfm Club Edzfms Assouufa Illfszrmss 'llannyr f s I!11s1'111'ss .llruzugcfr Pwrsunfrl Ifrlifm'S ROLAND STA111 Lois MooRE RUSSELL YoUNc: JUNE FERTIG M ARY HAUPT DoR1s STAMA1 -llf Hfllful .lluszr Eflrfm Typisfs - eil 26 R- - V1Rf.1N1,x XX AI RER XX 11.1 IANI RUDREY FRANK FS Rousn 'MARY BAKER GUY L1-'Esr hENrNET11 Ho1u1,x1N ANNA SKRIQTT E1.s,1E STAMBI TEss1E MURDAN BIARY BRUIISE Honor Society Northumberland High School has been honored as being a chapter of the National Honor Society. Members are elected to this society after careful, serious considera- tion by the teachers. Students are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The chosen students are ones who have always been of high character and scholarship throughout their school careers. They have been the leaders of the class and have shown outstanding service to the school and the com- munity. They are the potential citizens to whom we look for guidance in the world of tomorrow. As has been the custom for the past sixteen years the number of members is elected in accordance with a definite percentage of the number of members in the class, the greater percentage, 15 per cent from the Senior class and the smaller, 5 per cent from the Junior class. Members of the Senior class who were elected last year are: Roland Stahl, Frances Roush, Jean Reed, June Fertig and Joseph Snyder. Those Seniors elected this year are: Virginia Walker, Mary Haupt, Agnes Lewis, Gladys Young, Lee Hummel, Lois Moore and George Liddington. The Junior class members are: Fred Morgan, Roger Haddon, Ned Bell and Romaine Aumiller. A ceremonial chapel was held on Friday, May 21st, at which time the new mem- bers were installed. g5tTH'E PINE-14NuTTEH1llt ll l 1 p 1 122,-I aa: JZ-3.7225 E -...,..... . "fm 4 1- 4 sllllllll' Claww Plaw -X b11ll1a11t display of talent llldllxtll the s u pendous pnuentatlon of 1 Il the 8611101 ilav on Ftblualv hfteenth and sn teenth lll the ILIHIOI Hlgh Alldltlblllllll P1e ented b6f0l6 a la.1g,e audleme 4 Il Pusspwf mon SIHLQIQ tommendatlon 1 1 t tll116lX up to the mmute theme It eflettlxelx bu1lt up a xxholesome pat11ot1c Slllllt 111 both the adult and xtudent audlences Thl th1ee att comedx tombmed humo1 1eal dlama and xoual s1g111flca11te Qapable of bemg, p1oduted on a h1 h school level -X11 8Iltl'lllN1d.NtlL taxt expeutnced IHAUX xxeelw ot Ntunuoux lthcalsal 171101 to the IJl0flLlLt1OI1 Nluth Llelllt 1 due to Whse Blanche Saxxdge un de1 whose capable d11ect1cm thlw xplendld p ax va made auth a IJ0lDLlldl success 123, Tl'll0ll2.,l'l the tnelesx effo1ts and devout LO 0IlE,ldtl0ll ot the Dl9lNb6l'w of the cast the duet to1 and the lN9lNlJQlS of the xauous C.0l11l11ltt69S exe1v pe1lo1111anu, ploxed to be rlellghtfulls en teltammg The plot depltts the modeln IJlOlJlE.lllN of a play opened the two olde1 Hamxlton th1ld1en ue1e xunnlng, fame by p1each1ng then ll10fl61H H1638 on polxtlc and gNowe1nment As the play 11102, l8SS6fl the 1athe1 lllSLOXLl8ll that he wax fast losmg, hls plate ax head of the fd.l1lllX and de tldcd to put hls foot doxxn much to tht d.Nt0IllNl'1 ment of the Lntnn ldl1lllX lloxxuu lux cetu mmatlon Ldllllfl hlm along, t lllN one and onlx goa to lnalxe hl fdlHllX tllli 'xlllillldllw 1 . 1 it s '1 0 . v K L, L If X 1 ' 4 N I 1 ll l A .' '. . , . - - , - . ,. ' . - K. . , . A 1 A 1:1 ' ' ' "Arn 'rirfru Pass, ar!" by .-. ' ' , -- ,- Y ' - -- , v ' V A l . n . ' s 1 ' ' "' l ' , ",'11rl'1"1l11 l 'V' "' ' ' ' ' ' 'o' i s ' , ' , typical middle-class American family. As the lv . v ny I 1 y I -1 1' . . 1. m . I h , . ,V I A I .OI v ,. , . , , . . I. A y .. L., , . ' '14 ,. , . - A. X . . ,.- . 1 ' , . , .1 . , , .. I. , -. A --'. 5- ' . .- Av A' -' 1 - ' ' ' 1 'rf ,- . . A4 , '. ' -Y I - ' K. .2 -. ,, ,. .L.. .' . - . ' I .' , - Y . , .,. - -.S . ,,. . . . ,..1, . -, 'S . . 1 A ,-'.. .eil lg.- THE PINE-HNUTTEHM at 1 I 1 Senior Class Play Crux Leese ln the lmtlal 1ole of Ed Hamllton gaxe an outstandlng account as the typlcal Amel lcan fathel of txxo 1adlCal ch11d1en and a p1oblen1 chlld 'Klan Plnlllps plaxed an exceptlonal lole as Louella the tu elxe X931 old XOUD291 ilstel xx 1th the lldllul al CU1lOSltX and coquettlshnew that accompanv p10blEl1l chlldlen Beltha Hamllton the dexoted vnfe and good lllOth9l who Hao 6Xtl6I'l16l5 zealous f01 hex fam llx N xxelfale was capablx poltlayed by Jean Reed Russell Xoung' as Dull and June Feltlg as Judx took thell palts well ax the ladlcal mmd ed thllchen Actmg equallx well xxele Han Haupt as S3,b1lJenmngx who IS IH loxe sxlth Dick Hamilton and Bulde Duncan as Bill VK llson who ls ln loxe Yllth Judx FISHCCQ Rouoh as Aunt Jen adds much to the humolous angle as a Suppoaedlx extlemely xx eal thx lelatlxe clooe to Seventy but who feelfi much XOUHQQI Othe1 h1ghlx commendable membeu of the cast V619 Laula Young as Mu Sxxaxtz a fault findmg gobslplng nelghbol Jay Hopen ell, as Mr Clalg Edvsald Hannltons emploxe1 who ls a pleasant but dnect busmesx man Ray Flennng as Junloz a pests ne1g,hbo1 chlld who le contm uallx teaolng Louella Doxothy Sassarnan ac tepted an adnnxable lQS1JOl15lbllltX ln the D10 dllLtl0Tl ax a fQlllll"llUE:' ladxo annountex and as the plomptel Folloxsmg the final pelfolmance the membels of the ca t V619 enteltamed at Bnghts Cafe 3 . Y '1 .' Y LW 1 p, X 'L A , X ',n' j .X . , XNJIJ' gf t M f J X X , J . 7 '52 ff lx K, A . , , ,, - . . ,. , L. ' . L. - .- ' S . . ' A' .' ' ' - 5. Y Y . -J .- U. . nl. .Y . ' - ' Q" - .t ' ' : ' ', , , ' ' , - , .. , , - , H . . . . . ' , , ' . . 4 v . ' V- v 1 v '- V - . , V y . I 1 Y .r U I . ' . . - . , . l . ' J. . . . . . v . . v ' 5 . I A . . .Al . ' v ' . . . . . . v . - . Y . ' , . . ' A ' . ' . . ' v 1 Y . . v ' ' . . . ' " , V .' ,. . . . .. y , - - v - ' Y .' v. . S - - . ' .' ,. '-. I - -if 29 he A TT A' Newspaper Staff FRONT ROW llmft tl Rlxzhtl Walker Antonlul Kllnzu Auman Snydl Hldd n HIUIII. Hummtl SPCOND ROW fstdIldll'lK Left to Rlghtl Inu Rouh Walkel R l HtHdtlll1t Claham Wtlhln Ptltlg MIDOIL M Daubt I man Reed 'IHIRD ROW lStlndlmz Ieft to Rlzhtb l'XllYlf,7l'lLl Adams Gmmbelllng Rantk Pot MWQIS Dean EDITORIAL STAFF 4ssoczate Edztols ROGER HADDON JUNE L SNYDER FRED AUVIAN Elchange Edztol JEAN REED Sta Altzsf GUY LEESE Rfpoltels Vllglnla Walkel Flances Roush Dlck Rallck Agnes LEWIS Challes Post Anna AHtOnlCC1 MZIIOH Kllngel Shllley Welshans Challes Kauwell Salah Adams Maltha Kuntznel Genevleve Myel s BUSINESS STAFF IIl91llf6S llunagu Aflulfzszng llunngu Czlfulafzon llanugez Ioollllcepel LEE HUMMEL Lols WALKER MARY HAUPT JUNE FERTIC Solzczfols Faye Bastless Balbala Hendelshot Lols Moole Evelyn Russel Loulse Deans Ralph Genlbelllng' Betty Glahalll A!I'L1Sf'I MISS DAUBERNIAN Thlough the 6501 ts of oul NGWSDRDCI Staif a vely fine nellspapel the Pmelnlottel Nuts IS publlshed evely month contalnlng a IQVIQXN f hlgh school 3CtlVltl6s The edltollal staff IS 19 sponslble fol all lxlltten nlatellal and the busl ness staff canxasses the toxln f0l adxeltlsenlents Each INSUC IS filled xllth 1Ilt6l6StlIlf., altlcles of QXQIX type such as IGVIQXYS of the class play spllng concelt Bond Day assemblv Dl0f.,l2.I'l1S and a xelx splendld St0l5 on the uolld falllous RLIDIHOIT' who lendeled a concelt hele Then vle also had sevelal columns contalnlng those cholce blts of gosslp evelyone llkQS to heal Iosepll Snydel oul edltol ln chlef leslgfned at the end of the Hlst semestel and hls llolk has been C2.lll6ll on NCIV capably by the thlee asso clate 6l'llt01S They ale to be conglatulated upon then fine coopelatlon and hallllony We lush the Plncllllottu Mus the best of luck and COI'ltlT1Ll8d success ln futule yeals r ' ,- 4 ' f- ' -, ' -', ' , S 'v', z rl , 2 , -. Sl ' ' . - ' fnfs, s, ", usso, 1 vsl , 1' . 'Sz S. 'R is, . .. . V I 1 . 4 W . ', I " , ' ' . s , s. I , , . , I p v u s 'u I I Y s u . ' Y 7 Y ' 5 Y Y Y 7 . v . - v Y Y '! Y ll' D . L' I' . . .. . . . , ,. . ,. . r .. . I . .. . ,.... . . .. . I l, ' . . .., . , . , .. , . ., , . ,' . 1 v - . n v v n . V u u V f A ' 1 v . ' u v 1 . ' ' YI V . 1 H . ' u . , , . , , , . . ' - ' ' o . 1' .. - ' -, , , . Q. ' A v " ' 1 ' - ' ' . - .1 n .1 1 sr . . . , .. . . - v - '- - . -- - -- - ' " .. V . , . - . I ' g I A .' ' , . . ,.. ,, l. Y . A. ,. . . -. . V .., K. -. A. . YI. , . .' . Y. . ,.. v ' H, ' . l. ', , . , , ,. t ., , . , , .. L. ' , ., V . - L . I ' L : ' . . --rff30li1-'- INE-HNUT Junior Klu anis FIRST ROW Utft to Right! Bell Morgan Stahl Hopewell Xoung Llddmgtun Snyder Haddon SECOND ROW lStandrng Left to Rrghtl Mr Wormley Straub Ruth Hummrl Ranck Mour Aumrn Troxell Brgnncn Mr Hcnnrnger THIRD ROW fStandrng Ieft to Rrghtj Tweed Confer Zrttu 'Vlertz Slrumrn Pot Slr'rr Wrlkcr Gaxason OFFICERS P1 eszdcnt JAY HOPEWELL I zce Preszderzt RUSSELL YOUNG Secretary ROLAND STAHL Treasure: GEORGE LIDDINGTON ADVISERS MR ll0RMLEY MR HENAINGER MR PHILLIPS As a serwrce club the Junror Krwanrs has achreved srorthy recognrtron thrs year At the begrnnmg of school the club purchased vrar stamps and sold them rn the hall on certarn days contrnurng to sell them throughout the year A remarkable number of stamps was purchased and the Jumor Kmamans can uell be proud of therr patrrotrc efforts On November twelfth the Northumberland Bomb WK rth Bonds Day they took a major part rn actrvrtres vsrth the electron of a booth and sold an extremely large number of stamps and bonds The Junror Krwanrs Club sold the hrghest amount of any school organrzatron followed by the Kmanrs Lassres Havrng been asked to take charge of a chapel program the Club presented a splendrd mrnstrel 4-T3 show to the comblned students of Junror and Senror Hrgh School Much of the credrt goes to Danrel Shuck who was then presrdent of the club Due to the resrgnatron of Damel rn January Jay Hopewell moved up to the pr esrdency and a new vrce presrdent was elected namely Russell Houng Throughout the year the Junror Krwanrs Club has obtarned several capable speakers rn cludlng Coach Francrs Hatton of Sunbury M1 Donlrve head of the Safarr Flyrng School rn Sunbury Rev Perry T Brocrous, pastor of the Presbyterran Church of town and Mr Cox our own coach The Junror Kmams can be proud of therr actrvrtres thrs year rn keeprng up wrth the tra drtron of servrce to school and communrty X-J, , et, " "QA M1 T . . ofhi -V-. . .,,, , L A .553 . ,. . ,- 41 .. ........eeteee .L ., ,rro.ot ,. oooo C , , C L, . ' C , - --. YV ..., rv. ,,,,, - ..... W, , V , HW, Wm, ,A Yv,A,A -M AAA, M- I . E. Q K K Y.- ...Y .A ..... ,,.,, - , -. , ,ro, W - C O O v i. . ' , ' i V 4 v ' y ' ' 1 ,r 4 . , . . , . . , , . . . ' ' - '. ', . '. 1. . Q-'. 2. . " ' V . . A I -4 v' , , - . A ' . 2 , S , '1 ', 2 ". ' .' . 7' 4 ' v v ' v . . , . , . ' y . v . ' Y , . ' ' L, A . , . . y n . L - a v I - . ' . . , . , I u ' v ' v n 7 . Y .Y . v . V H ' . . - . . ' , . , - v' rv , ' . . ' . , ' . . ! ' 7 ' Y . . . . , D y . . , , ' , ' R l n . . - " lf - c'lHl2PlNl:-HNUTTER ' ' ' vg v lu :mis assies sea Nl N Q lp l lr lln clung ou cwls null illlbl tndll ho! S lmm l Slndcl Wllllilt K t IND IOW fqlllldlhg lcft to Illzhtl Mycl Mtlscl er 7 Molrall Wllhlll lllly llljct lx llll Helldcls ov. IXKIVNIH lxllngtl Hlm long XOLIIII, Rnd 94-sflmln ull W tlnl ng 4 t To ll. an ll out mmlnlc .fl ll lahflm hfllltfmln Rls lll lkll lll lp l D llllillm ln lllll!N Glcsh OFFICERS Pltszdfnf DIARY HALPT lm Plcszdfnt BARBARA HEIsDERbHOT Sfclcfruy Lols MooRE Tzmslou DORIS QTANINI ADVISERS Mlss DAUBFRNIAN Nllss SAVIDCF MRS DUINIAP The Ixlwanls Lassles Club IS one of the two SQIXICC olganllatlons that have been f01lHed ln thls school Thls yeal thev have been l6Sp0USlbl6 fO1 sexelal plogects On NOV9l11b91 tyxelith N01l2lll.lll1b9lldI'ld Bomb Xxlth Bonds Day the club collabolated xslth the IUHIOI Klvsanls Club ln ll3.VlIlg chalge of a booth to sell XV3l stamps and bonds The LZSSIQS ploved to be V615 patllotlc and ale to be conelatulated fol thell fine xlollt A!10tll9l plogect was thc lolllng' of bandages f0I the Red 11058 At the lequest of thls olgan lvatlon f0l vltallv needed help the 2lllS volun teeled to help CVBly week In thls nay they could contllbute to the ual 6fT0lt and be ot sel xlce to the C,Olllll1UY1lty at the sanle tlflle The KIWZIIIS LHNSIQN Llub has also lnade ltself lesponslble T01 the electlon of the SQIVICQ lOSt6l ln oul school The names of boys nho entel the almed folces of 0111 C0llI1tly ale belng placed on It It 18 a tllbute to tllem and lemlnds us of then sacllflce A speclal chapel 1110213111 emphaslllllg edu catlon week was plesented by the club on Fl1daV, NOV8l11b91 thllteenth The hlcllllcht of the plo 5.1 aln xx as a sholt playlet Qlltltleil Blass Taclss Dullng the yeal twenty new l116ll1lJE,lS lyele taken lllt0 the club and 'Nils Dunlap xx as elected as an 3.flVlS6l It ls hoped that the club xxlll LOIIUIIUQ to ,QIOXX and be of SCIYILE to the school and C0l11l1ll1TlltX l l lc IR," ' RON ' ll. -ft t livllhll ffl! st'z . Y . R sh. L' M ". Hz . H- ' 's . Qt: . Glz ss. C: -'s. ' -' . ll-l'f0 ' r I " . -1 ' . I' Y -- M t,, . 'l' . 's z s, IS- Nz fl-. 'v - -'Sh , 'l'Hl" IZO IS: li . I.-I' R"htbfV K"k. li l' . Fl- ' ', W'lk-'. G" - . " z . lssl . Wzl Miss Falvillm-. Mrs, D1 l: . M'ss a " 2 , ' 'H' . v . . ' -4 Y . . . ' - 'f' " I ' ' -' '- V vw . .' ' . " . - v .I . . l . Y V Y : b 1 Y A J 'km' .I V I' A' ' " I 'r 'J' -.. ' .l. .. I. h. . . .V ' H .. ,av A - ' l Y -' - if , - ' . . A . -. A. . - +14 32 is - 1 THE PINE-HNUTTEH Pillllilfll? lub I-ROINT ROW fl tft to Rlghtl S louff Young Xoung Com 1d liu11x N111 H h I un D1 an H xupt OND ROW !St1nd1ng: L fl t Rxgrhtl Quuk In llx 1111l1 C1111 hx Hoffm xn R111 xuglf. Qnxdu 1 1 111111 ut 1m.t1 1 4 1 L11 1tt1 l 1dcl111gt11n RD ROVS 1Q1ncl1m. l' t 1 1 111111 11111 1 ll 1 W1 L1 11 lstorw Club ADX ISM Nllw NIL FAR1 AIND -X club xxlth a xeu 1nte1est1ng backg1ound lx the H1Nt01X Club It uae f01l1l6d 1n O1 de1 to gne the Qtudente an oppo1tun1tx to d1Qcoxe1 Nome of the hntou of tllell State and town Sexelal tunes the club has gone to the home of xome xx ell known Clt men of town and lea1n ed mam 1nte1est1ngr tacte COIICGIIUHQ the h1Nto1x of XO1fl'll.1ll1bQl and On 3.llOtll91 occanon 19 Llub Jomnexed t me N1te of Fo1t Augus IJLUITIL thexe t11pS 1e lll6:3lllb8lN atquned ton uluablt lx11oxxledy,1e 631K hlxt L 1 111 lnoxec o I1 qllltl l1e11et1t1al I L N rent 1 OFFIC EIS fslflf nf C1F11R1 F L1D111NcT41N Sllf ILNFI SNYDER Mfr: XIRFINIA BFLR1 ADX ISER Nhss B1 -XNLIIE S-XWIDFF Dl3.lll3.t1C Klub met once a xweek duung the Xea1 ln adchtlon to plavs and 1ec1eat1on the Club had sexual othe1 objectnex, name lx to become bette1 ac qualnted Xl 1th d13.ll13.tlC llf613tU16, to get Qome knowledge of the tech n1cal stage to galll 1lO19Q,'i6lf poeseesmn and pleaQ1n,Q appea1 ance ll 1 1 o Npeech and become bette1 htted to talte palt lll the lf.Ll6dtl0l13l 3CtlVltl8 6NlJE,C13.llX fllallla 111 the school QNI 1. 1 1 uatlx applulatul 'V' "-1 ' 'U' ' ' +33 -we 0 H1 1 ,A """' Il,.,'.' 1 ' . Q. 1' I .' lvfw' I'1'r."l'1If v YA' A J. L1,v ' SIT' " A Y L 1 SJ Q' ' .. ,, , , 1- - , ' ' ' .1 ' Y u . f. ' . ' 'z . - . -3111: 1-11:1z1n, .1 "4. ' ' ' V - SEC ' 1 ' . L- 1: ' A- " St: . I 5 1 . "l. " ' ,- "S " ' N1 f -. e A' VV-lshznf. H- l-'sh . KI' '-'. licstinn. V. f'-llitti, JL111c11n. 'fl' '. ' , ' . 1t011J'V9 THI ' .ta ' '. ,uf to R'1rlt1f'M1'l: . l'h'l' 5. Iii 11. R11 xl, 'zlk-'. lil- ry. h , g- , li1'4111NL-. l"v1'tigI. Crwll. Nliw Szlviclylc. l"lm-n1i111.:. Stahl. . ' 1 .,.- 1 ' , ' ' ' S. '. x A v . ' A ., O 1 v L If v , - , . 1 4 x l . tl 1 ' ' A' 0 13. '. " I ' .T tl 1 - - 111' our 'lj 0l'y. lh1s 'l1l as " lt e 1 A A ' to hl b-tull 5 ani I"ll."l IIUXY 1l,1-ft 1-1 Rl'l1l l"111n11nr1. lilfll, Min Nl1'l"z11'1:111l. Q--1' - .,.' , D Shi' L' RUN' lStu:11liI:1:. l,1-ft In R"ll A11 ::1. li'-11. fi1':h:n1 K1-Ilw. THE PINE-KNUTTEH Ty lllll Llub I'IRST ROW Ilfmnt tu Bark? John Huldon CtI'ILXItNQ Nha! Romnm -X!1m1llr.1 Challl Po t FIIHIT IIQHQIQI hot Mlldllil Bud OND ROW iffnont to B uk? hllltk Fen tumuhu I 1 um! 14111111 Rue Q P1 s Young' Ic1n D1ehl Rugs! Hue n IRD ROW II-:ont to Bark! I! !b1!! He-ndu hut Nmu Fe! I V lL,lIlll L1ll1tt1 Rhuclx Long Juan Kaxull J m I 'inwlu 111 A!1tun1u1 Shnlu VMI n I-II' IH ROV! II-mnt tn Iiamkl u hx 11 11111111 1 un an Ibmuthx a 1m!n tx Wl11t7 I tl L1 n r Sul!! N -XINDINJ VI! I'llILII 14 OFFIC ERS Inszdf 111 Ima NIUURE I110 Pnszrlc 111' Ruon-x Zmw 511111111 Il DOROTHY QASN-XN1-XX Tnfzsznn SHIRI EY XX EI XII-XINS ADVIQLR Mlee FREDERICIY Uncle! the capable Qupelxlslon of WINQ Fledeuck the 111embe!x of the Txpmg Club a!e QLIICIGCI m the funda mentale of typmg The club IS open to amone not en! olled III the C0111 !11e!c1al Couue -XIHIIV students taklng OIIIQI coumes, a!e 1!1te!ewted m txpmg but cannot f1t It mto the!! ached ulei Tl"l9l8fOlG the Tvplng Club seues as a tvpmg class fo! these Qtudents once a meek tl!e1e IS also a buxlneie SESSION at the beg!!! 111119, of exuv meetmgg Bow Sf :mal Gil Is ome- l'A'0ll0lllll' lub BOX S OFF It ERb 48111 Immun AIBRICIIT 4 rn Ill 1 T1 Ixrmm!-P11 R111 HLRT Il I S UPI It I1 I fwlfffr XIIRY NIYFRs N114 frrffj IIPTTY NIFKTL -XIJX ISI- IIS Una IJ411wT!1Y FISHER MRS 5-XRXPI-I DLx!AP ew unupx me exeu Tuuflax lI'1 e Home I'C.Ull0l'lllLx De pa!t!11c!!t Ihex vue f!51an!Lecl on an er!t1!e L 1 n bas P10111 xx eelx to week ac tn !t!es dl'11INtLlfIl9S V616 taker! up to f1t the !r! te!e2te of the SIIOLIIJN uhm INKYNSIII 1 fxuu an Wald VIN! Schuxln 3-1 INT ROW ll ft U Rlghtr null! 111111 011111. nulax 11 I VI nl -Xlhnxzht OND ROW IQIAHKIIDKZ Ieft to Rlghtl Illan 'VI nlm Huffman In n I-X 1 , amblq H mkm 'Vlmze-rn L1 ln huh 1114111 xrnangmlu 'VI h RD ROVS 1Sv.a1nd1mz Ie-ft t R11.h!! R11 Inman 1 lam Ixauxull Hummml P 11111 "fp . "Q , X ,, 41 J 3 .sm , We aaaa H H . 3 ..,..,, . 1, , ,, ie. ,,,, -.,, ..,vYY,,,.YY,, ,Y , V -Y - V . , I ., I I 3 Q Q Y v W , Y A , . .7 .- 1 I f Q, '. ' L' mv . 'V SEC W ' 7 1- MSM,-1. ,-S-11. . ' ' -' ' . . -z ' . 1' 4 llo . ' ' ' Q TH ' " "'fa'1'z -'s , 1 1-'S-, i'f": I-' ', 1 I , , . Y FOURTH ROW' II-'mnt to Burk! -Emma Gvise. Samlx Adam-. IVI:1!'iz1n Klinm-1', liluzanm' K!-1-fl-!', AIOIUZ NVIIII tllli Cl3.SS An 2 . " '-fha S. . '. . v' ' "' ' " ' -' ill:-1-1 j Re'-l - le 'l. fl2llh'l'IHO C 1" l. ' j SWS: 1 . 4 Q . ' ' ' Iiut A' . " .. 'Iva 'iw Roslin . VL-1' 101111 Q uff. ' " D ' Q'T. ' I' 2- . 'M "-l"'f'k. Tv: 'hl-1'. ' " '. '. v 0 1 ' in w 0 1 .IV n 5 , Y 1. w 1 w l'1"."I'11f ' M 7 Fr' ' "f 'y - '1'rlHHr1'r G I ' 9 I IRS ,Il '.'A ' , Af A 4 S - . - , . , 1 I 1 I .'. Il. I 12. Y '.' ,. Th .' 1 gg ' J t ' -vv ,,- If th lv V l ' " 1' '- fl Fall, 1-'ur' ' I- 1 ' ws A- S Y 1. S ,- M-v.. .1---N.. -' , , ,, . ' Cn". '-1".C'llitti."--l. ' C' I S ' ' SEC ' . ' ' . .- 'f f-- A' 5. . re. Du 2 . ' . ' !!!'ii!:1 . In--I'-11 ' ' ' , G' '. . ' ' - -' . ' l. IS' -' us. S2 ' '- . . rs. Fix Q-!'. .,. - , ,, T1-11 ' 1 ' . . .. Af we N. W'll" N. '- -, .1 . R' C'h. .rrjli - l". -6-L lla.. QW? PINE- KNUTTEH i l-RONT ROW Hmft to Ruzhti Mntv H111 Hopuxell Duncan Stahl Haddon Slear SPLOND ROW fgtandlnz I1 t u I1 htb M Noll Wallxu Ps t Mutz Reltz Rexglm 111111111 M11 1111 1 x11 Loxxm Nszdfnf RUIAIND STAHI qllltfflllj JAY HILI T t!l9lHlI LEo1x. SLEAR ADVISER NIR HERNI-KN Nom Gule Shop Club met once a xx eelx thmughout the entne xea1 It xx ax o1,ea111zed on a xolun ta1x bash The club of N11 Noll xx ho planned the act1x1t1ex of t e xx oe club The ,Ill lealned to uae hand oo N ID xxoodxxol Thex lealned alxo hoxx to make lmple elect11 ca IEDZIIN about t e home Duxlng the xea1 the ,.11l- made benchex 1 N 1 e lkllllltl r t1e11 oxxn Lll00N 15. adm lub ADXISER NIR Hsnxux Nou. Radlo C lub met exelx Nlondax flom 1 ocloclx to -1 o clock The mem ben planned on lealn mg the fundamentalx of 1dtll0 ICCQIYQIN and hoxx to send and IGCBIXS codee Thu club xxax olgamzed IH o1de1 to help the boxx xxho ale entellng the d1tfe1ent blanches of I'l11llt3lX QEIVICC YY hen lllate 11alQ xxe1e unaxa1lable they planned on bu1ld mg' 1ad1o Qets XX e hope that thlg club xx1ll be co11t1nued and be ex tended 1n the futu1e Thele ale contlnuous opemnps fo1 men xx1th a l1ttle knowledge of 1ad1o Ill puvate entel IJIIQE an xxell as 1n ou1 SQIVICES lrlw Shop Club XNIJINK 1 1 4 1x11 1 lnxl 1 u Xtrll OFFICPPQ x o xc 1 loc 11 N ff II 11 wh STAHI -130 O 1 v . 'I ' I. , V- . .- ' , ,-f1 rg --41-. , ' 18, ', '-, , , - lj 1:-- -. 1-ks, 111' Ml. 'Vlj-'s. ' -13 . v Y. ' W I . . , . v . p.,'.', 4 1 A AH., .- 4 ,UL 1 1 ' .' ' ' 9 Le was under the direction ' " ' .- h 'h I . ff' - s t I: ' ' ' -k. ' l '1 h ST: .' Q: fl..-11 1. Rkzhtr-I41-11-i1111e, 1:1-ek, S14-11. xx'.,1f-, sm sum. 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Intramural Sports For boys that were unable to make varsity and Jr. varsity sports intramural sports were organized Under the direction of Mr Kirkhuff physical education directox the teams and schedule w ere planned The sechedule was composed of Junior Senior and Sophomore classes Captalns were chosen for each class They organized an A and B team for each class Fine spirit and good sportsmanshlp were shown by all who participated The sports gate all boys large or small a chance to show his ab1l1ty in the field of athletics In the fall with the beginning of school a soccer league was formed There was plenty of competition among the three class teams The seniors forced their way ahead in the final part of the season A scrappy sopho more team tled the 1un1o1s for second place honors W1th soccer passing on with the fall wmd touch football was O1 gan ized The seniors produced another scxappy outfit and took this league The sophomores and iunlors gaxe plenty of competition to the SQHIOIS but fell short on experience A well organized basketball schedule followed touch football Each class entered two teams in this schedule an A and a B team A team was composed of more experienced players therefore a faster brand of basket ball was played among the A teams B team was composed of less expel ienced players and smaller players Theie was plentv of scrap shown by the small boys It looks as though Northumberland High School will find good basketball materlal among them The game was fast and furious with the Juniors taking the schedule by a far margln The seniors finished first in the B schedule with the 1un1o1s and sophomores tied for second Intramural sports IS being finished up with a well organized softball schedule With the history of this league laying in the futuie we make no predictions Lettermelfs Club sored by the High School The club was olgamzed by Mr Tursc sexeral years ago When first organlzed It w as pr1ma11ly for the football players For the past sex eral years the football teams haxe been small therefore It IS open to all boys with a lettel Club functlons are carried on by the oiiicexs the presldent secretary txeasuler Some business carried on bx the club conslsts of haxing dances in Oldel to ralse money to buy some folm of athletic equipment Nlanw 1nte1est1ng speakers haxe been heard by the club Lack of members the last two yeals has d1SOl gamzed the club some w hat but ex e1y boy w eaimg a letter ox ow nlng a lettei automatlcallx be longs Football has LOI1tl1bllt6d most of the membeis with basketball and baseball running a xerx close second 44 k v . . , Y . .v . v - ' , ' 44 n as u a - . 7 7 . . - 1 . 1 , 7 v Y. . . i 1' 4 ' , vf . - u v Y V . 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Iiclelspacli, "ranlcli11 "rank eing' Shy i ii- .'i 1'i '11' ' 1' ' I 1 1 I ollirigger. ?Io1'e11ce flossy Laughing' O1 11' 1' 1 . 1'1' p 1' , '1' 1' 1 to F. D. R I rouse. B ary A a1'y Bookkeeping' With Lois . Ace Bookkeeper Fa1'n1e1'ette Iiucher. George Iuclier Sleeping' . Being' Lazy , Railroacler U. S. Army Man 'ellit i, Ilelen 'elli i flyers iehinrl lounter Nurse w11e1' o' Chain Sto 'io i. I'I111n1a ILI111 SIiati11e' ' "ing . I ousewi 'e Wo1'kin1.1' 'la1'k,.IL1ne 'Iarliy IYaIkin 1' " 1:1 ' ri ' ., r1 ' 1 .1 I 'J i e 'onI'e1', leorgre Ace B I , HP ' ' 'J ., , . . I' Ai1' I I rm n I cans, .ouise eans U11iI'o1'n1s Ho111e Nurse U. S. O. Girl ! Dunca11. I urcle Junc Women With Women Aviation 'arlet You luess ni Dyer. ltoniaine Dyer riving' Mil 1 I Taxi Driver Just a Driver he I"ertie'. . une . 1111e Shamokin ..With Alice . . , Wife of Bud M1'. Phil ips' Pri ff Flemingr. ,aura .Olly . .. ..,. .. . ' , .,.. ., . I' ' '. '. . . Shoe Sa e Gi1' "len1i1111', lay Teclrly H usic 'i ". . Flutist 1 asf I ' ' "11rn1a11, Iiicliarcl I ic-li Hurryingg We Don't Know Mathematician .'I ' ' 1' ' loshy, 'liarles loshy i.'.'i1 1' 'i1'l.' . i 1' 1': 1 1"1 ,'.' '1I I oo1' Tenf e1' at Litv Iross, . ea11 lross Soldiers . ,S 'ating' . , . SoIdier's Wife Old Mai: lulicla. Austin .Iipgggs orses In Sunbury . Truck D1'ive1' .Cowboy artlnan, Alice Alice 1 lcljix 1' ' ,Vlerlc in Store Housewife Ilaupt, N ary I aupty "I ar" 11 a Chevy N emlical Assistant Nothing' Definite Ilenalian, I'IIeanor llenahan Sun mury Boys Over a Coke Pianist . ,. 'I 1' Ilenclerslio , Gloria Tiny A Ioocl i1 1 VI'ith Half Pints I ousewi 'e IW oclel I ine. ll a1'y . eau B a1'y , ean Cooki11g' Ii ' 1'.' . oi '. ' 1 ' 1' . i1" I '1' IotI'111an. xenne 1 xenny I is 'larinet 11 a B ue Gar . Successful Farmer , Farmhanc lloover, I'I1arles Slice Army .ife I 11 Guard Duty , . "oot1alI 'oacI1 Captain o' Guarmls Ilopewell, .lay llopey Wise 'racks n the country Ball Player Soldier of Fortune II11 1 1I. Iwrd 1 ul ri 'i1 1' .. . .... . ' .1 ' ': ,. ..., . .. .. 1'l 1i' Z 1 1 1' IIu111111eI, ,ee .ee 1'e11e Being' Business- ilce . ,. . Financier . , ,P1'esi1ent's Right H unt. 'larence 'I'uI'y Traveling: ,On K. P. . .. 'aptain I unt Mess Sergeant Ka11II'111a11. "aye "aye Catine' 11 a lrowcl IVa1'IYorke1' NVAAC ieller. .aura ieller Sports . Wi ri: I ' I cl. .' ' 1' ' . . ' I Kelly, . oI111 K 1l . 1 Lrj 1 .' ,. Deets Service Station Navy Ma11 , . ,.Baslietba I Coach Leese. luy Iuy 1 ri'1 . i 1 Artis .HP i 1' 'J' . . , .L-sher. 'I'l1eron 'l'l1e1'-on Cellitti IYith Jay IIo1'tic1 ri: 1.1 Lewis, Ae'11es Agggy Arter n Sun Jury Nurse Texas Gowg'ir I,i1I1Iine' on, Ieorge Ieorgge Si1111'i11,e' . rtzIine's Cxecutive Si 1'1r ' 1' . 1 .' 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Bl. l'.'s Wi li Sophoiiiores liiiglish iis ruetor lloii's Spziriwiig' I'nrtiicr 5 iclt le oii, lloraire Sltip Weis At lleiii's l,it-u eiiziii B irltllc oii 'rirzite J itltlle on N iller, Seleiizi Miller I'lve1'ylio1ly iiiigg Stree Nurse Swopt-'s lelper IN oore. l,ois l.ois Nlusit' With llogg I'liziriiizieis lteiii's Society Iinlitor Moore. llziry .lziiie .lziiiie Vliewiiig tiuiii A llc-as SzLilor's Wit'e .Iulie iirl fllortlziii, 'l't-ssie 'I'e.'sie 'llilltiiig' Ito 'ii To 'ii Actress N. l . S. 'lit-eriiii: See ioii 3IU5'vr, llob' lloy' llirmls Yith Areliie 3lil1lrerl's llushziiirl llriver for Staiiiiert Nziiiigle. llet y lit-tty .lziiiz1g'ers A llus Stop lizuly ot' ,uxury I,:uly ol' Iizlpp I -i "l Neifligg. Het y llutl fiiiiliiig: 'ith 'hiclieiis Qleeliuiiie Truck Itriver Orwigg, Rohert Amy l"oo hzill With ieese lla 'Ii -lor Yor h While 'zielieig liily l,il Navy . ii ie Afhiiiral's Wife ii Love I'z1clier, 3 airy Hairy .loltiiig With .ily Voiiiecliaii Jus N ary 'hillips. IN airy Sis l'lz1tiiig1' l'ortzliiie's Nurse Mrs. .'iiii h 'rit'e, iexlie t'i1rtis Sleeping' Iii the alls Sailor lhiiployee ot' Ii. X . ltai usiioelt. Nlzirgziret l't-guy lixeiteiiieiit l"ourth S ree lieziuty Specialist A Vompziiiioii Kewl, .leziii lit-eil l"oo hull Yith "oo hull l'lziyers 'it'e ot' Foo hull 'layer Yit'e 'l'uriier Iliiie, 'uul IM-utsh Siiioltiiiu' l'or zliiit-'s .-Xiiytliiiig .lust 'l'hz1t llohiiisoii. Hair-iorie Klzirge 'oust luzirtl Vith I oore llou. 1 'it'- Swim: Sis er llorlkey, Williziiii liill Sports Yirgiiiia llrziltsiiiziii Swell Sport ltoush, l"i':iiiees ltush 'laying' 'izuio With . iiiiiie furse 'liziiiiheihiziirl llueh, .eoiiziril I't-te "oo hzill Ileiii's War Worker Army Worker Sziiiflers. Mziriziii Mit-ltey lla iiig' 'heiiiis ry Zoiig"s Nurse Aiirlrews' Seeretary Szirriss. .leziii .lt-:iii I ziiieiiig Xialliiiig' lloiisewife 'z r 'orker Szissziiiiziii. Ilorothy llot Warren With Young Nurse lla t'h4-ek Girl ' ' Seholviii. Nlzirliii Stzir llzislie hull 'l'hirfl 62 I aiiover lizisliethall Star Yhat I e Wuiits 'l'o Ile SL'llI't'tll1'1'. lim-tty llets Srhool Uut ot' I oors t'oiiiiiiei'c'izil Whiz Milk A aifl Seeholfl, llohert .lzilte l'llt-ziiior, l'l1iiily,,Iuiie,e e. lleziveii lilly liiiows Mor ieiuii llezir hreuliei' Sees, llzirry .-Xreliie ltoiiig' Notliiiig' Yitli oyer liziehelor Soiiieho4ly's llushziiitl Seilor, lileziiioi' lflllie 'l'he t-ouii ry Iii the eouiitry t'ity Slielier I"ziii Ilzuieer Slizitlt-i'. lieziiiit-r lit-:iiii Siiiiliiig' W'ith loshy .X llipfht lluiicl B aiu loshy's Assis aut Shueli, laiiiel lluiiiiy .iviiigr liverywliere I oetor 'l'. 3 aiivillc-'s .' 1-'-.'.'or Skru . .-Xiiiizi Sltrutt 'zieizil Iixpressioiis Hypiiig' 'l'ypi.'t Nite 'luh Belle Siiytler. .lost-ph .lou ie iiig' tlwii Way .-Xrouiifl town liz -r l"ireiiiaii iii l'. S. A. S alil, Colziiiil liuula S utlies At 'hemistry liiiggiiicei' Sevoiifl Iiiiisteiii .' ziiiiiii, oris llory liggliiigf u I iii f r H o wi' i ' Qshere c ftziiiiiii. Iilsie lilsie .luiiiors A lloiiie Qlumour lirl Pessiiiiist .'tzirooli. llzirliel llzieh lloiiie l'le. Yith Ilzilier 5lz1ry's Assistant .' 'iii " .'i.' -r S rauh. lloher Iloh 'oiiieii 'ortzliiie's Naval 'aclet Sailor "irst 'lass Stroiise. l"reil l"i't-tl lit-iiigg Slow Not at lloiiie llzxiry liluiiuggel' t'ozxl 'l'i'ut'ker 'l'roup, t'hzirles t'h:irlir Silence tioiiig' I oiiie ll ovie I ireetor W. '. A. "om-iiiziii " ll' -r, is .o Business Deals 'ith Clarinet 'lorist . Daiidclioii Seller " ll' -r, i1""iiiiz .liiiiiie Posing' Portzliiie's Nui'se loveriiess 'zil z. .lohii liutl lflzitiiig' Islaiicl Park Sailor Sezisiek Joh Wlieelaml. leorgi- tit-oree 'l'ruiiipe Illayiiig' "ron Stree Iii t'iviliziii efeiise Seeoiitl llurry .lzuiies Wilher , l,ois llu eh Aiisweriiig llzieli ii llefl furse Vhzirlo - lreeiiwootl Youiigf. llzulys Youiigit- llofl N lit-5' Yi li lioh Nurse Klziiizigrei' ot' Sports Team Young. l.uurz1 l't-guy l"ort-igii Stutl' With Area-ii lbitto No, I Swee heart Young, liusst-ll llus Nlilla Nlziirls S, M N. lit-tty's llusliziiiil v. S. Solclier 7 l'l I ll I l"i"'litiiif" with t' 'X l'ort7liiit-'s Nurse 5 rs. I. A. t ttt X N f. .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ,. .- .- .- -f .- .- .- .- 7. 141 gf Q E -. ilu .X W, ,Q S f W THE PINE-KNUTTER MW i ,,,.--4"" ,...-v-""' Mg, ,aff 'gl J . QE? V52 41' ' qAl.,.'1 f' iki' ' Q -.. .E EF O t 1 n un nhl N uhm 1 lk I H 1 c 1. 1 L THE PINE-14NuTTEH W' or , V4 uawv"""'w Q-'O Ll T111 -19 XX ? Yi A 6 had K' A 1 '23 Ur ' l I V Fi. ,. li riot Q I , i G' , , ' 1 8' - 2 f ' X ' ff in N Q' r 5 f 5 , M ,V ,Q '- 9 " 9 ' . '1 6 gn x "' 1, MWF HHHPIZ 3. l"1'anv-A Rf-uxhz Il. Ilwrix Smmm: 4. H--In-11 V1-Hitlig 3, 'll-m Thumb VVwidimz: 05. Gloria HL-rxdm-11111: T I.-mi-v II--mr: N Aft:-N Inu!-I U. I"nurlh fhznl--1 111. Nlzwy link--:Z 11. Fir! G1'z141": 12. P' L1 Gzzdi. .' 'n '-Z I-'C EQ '11-11-2 PINE-HNUTTEP1 1 dlemlar SI' PTENTBP R U Back ag,a1n 111th ou1 best behax1o1 to maltc good 1111p1css1ons Thc XCNIOI class 1cclected that ptlpllldl Romeo Dannx Shuclt as class P1981 tlfillt 111 cntatncs t1o111 exch c .11 s 1uttcd the11 stuff dllllflj., txx outs Ol Cllltlltdfllflg, SLIIIUI class ofTice1s sclected a cab111ct to help plan sen1o1 act1w1t1cs SQIIIOIS 11001116 to haxe xea1bool1 XX ell INI11 that cnouf h' P1nel111otte1 staff selected PlUQl'xf10tt6lS defeated bx Sha111ol11n 32 0 lhe boxs gaxe the11 bcst Ot FOBER NON ILVI lJl't PM lsXNL -X Evew one tL1lDS out to see a 71 U XlCt0lX till NOIIN ox 61 Muncw YOIIN goes th1oug,l1 lxIlltOl'l game 111th a defeat of 45 0 JUHIOIS and SQIIIOIN a1e sell1n ma,Qaz1nes P1nel111otte1s lOlllT'l8XQCl to lock Haxen Sl N01 IX loses a hea1tb1eal11ng fame at Danulle 18 0 'tlaganne contest cnded 111th Scn1o1s axxaw oxe1 the on Xea, S9l1l0lsl C hee1lcade1s and team hold camp 111ect1ny,, 111 chapel lots of fun 1nsge1oxe Vlctolx t lX0llX BF R Schools axe glVLI'l a bn, pa1t to play 111 Bond Day Senlols lost one ot then best l1l1ed Cld,SSl11dt6'3 to the Aillly loe Dodgc Best of luck to Nou Joe Bomb X1 1th Bonds dax a hu' e success XOIIX commended h1g.hlx NOIIX goes to Bloom bulg, a11d loses 3.YlOtl1L1 hea1tb1eal11n9, game 156 A dance anothe1 success challxed up to tl1e Sen1o1s NICE gomg. Senlols P1nel1notte1s sh1ve1 tl11OLlf.,l'l a 'fi 12 defeat at South XX1ll1an1spo1t Exchanfe chapel 1x1th Sunbuu pep 1all1 1n p1epa1at1on f0l the blfl game SUI1bLllX XOIIX stop Ballc t11n1 to tunc of 14 0 XO115 lost but Sunbuu llldll t V111 Call 101 W3lNltV Basketball cand1dates Bl' R I1 H0111 s IL 1 fldtlflll 1 mss XX dl bcg.,1ns xxlth Pl11ll1ps e111o1s choose It ussuf a cla s 1l x XIUNIC, f.,l0LlIJN stage anothu 1nte1est1111 chapel Schcetf the l11dLILl3.Y1 1 oxcd that thc hand 1 lllllllxtl than thc exc 1n c apcl 11113213111 l1x outs to1 Sen1o1 t ass p av B0l0Ll"'l1 students llllltffd 111 p1cse11t1ny,, thc t hustmas pageant l11oug,l1t mucl1 C h11st111as Slllllt and cheel to toun Student body 1s lQIJl8S6I1t6fl on the athlet1c counc1l Russell Xoung SQHIOI l116l11b8l Students non haxlng the t11ne of the11 l1xes out of school Ian1to1s close up shop fill a xxeelx c ool IL opens a s INISSQN a OIIULI t assma c xc X11 111 NX ho at xxcc lfflthttl Llub UI1,,d.l1lL6tl Baslwctlnll scason ta1tcc off xx h a ma 1 111 llllj, 1 ca ed Sta l Sllll s0lXlI1L fl'l6l111'stlX s lose to Sunhun 15 D0 1- elf ii! ., . ',', . .V V H .,,. , . , . . ,, is 11- 11'1' ' 1' " 11' .' 1' 'U'- 18-RGI 'S' "1.' z' 'l'ss 'Ut' 1 " .' U 'h " '." 1' ' 211- ' ' 1 3 - '. ' ' 1 ,1 . 21- ' ' ' 1' J ' . 26- ' ' 1' " 1 3' - . " jx 1" ' " 1: . 31 .J . A. 5 I-'Q v' .., ' .A' ..-v v . .un 10-1 "j ' 1 ' 1' ' 1' " -- . 13- ' ' - .- - ' 17- ' ' '. I' ' j . 1' ' . 1'1 ----- -. :Exif . A. 5. . , ,' ,. 7: ,' v - . 227-1 ' 1" 3 1 " .U ' ' ' ' t I. ' 11 ' :so-1 -1 -- - -- 1. "! :11-Sol' f 1 ! '- 'or ' 41-13. 2-c 1 .' ' 1" 1 ' '1' ' 1 ' . 12-an v- K -.vv tv Pr L. ,, ss' A' ,xy ' ',. lv. 121-J 1 .- S 1- - - f' -1 , :-. 20- ' ' : ' ' ' 1' ' f1.- ' " ' 1 ' . 25-A . Pr , .' ..,-- . t. ' . . - . ' , Y. t 26- - -Q'-1' : S 1s " ' 1 - . 1' 1' 1 :ao-' ' - 1 . - ' 1-M11 Va ' ' ' 's a great lc to N0l'l'y High. ll--S A ' 1' ".-111 'I'l.l'lIH I' .-.-I rf" s 1 aj. . 1" : 1' llfif. 1 14, . ,fr ' N- 11 1 1 'S ' 111. 1 iv., ' 3 18- ' ,. 1' .A ' ' ' 1- 1 V' 1- - - 1- 1 19.. , . 1 5 ' " - V - if ' 1', 1 ' ' 1 . 1' '1 RY: -1-S'h '1- 1 t'l sp - 1' - 14 'l' t1, li '-lj W' ters, ' h' l '1l. 11- ,- 1- ' " . P+- 1 s 1' .' s ' ' tl 'it ' l' ll,,1'l Le "sl let'1't . 124-325. 11-1' '11 f 1' -A ' 12-Boy: x 1' j, T3 -3355. THE PINE-HNUTTER M' l alenclar l-XXL-XRX lfozlflllll H 1 Some teache1s llllllg., m1d xea1 xxh1le othe1 take p1tx U anx1lle ls defeated 4 1 Elexen 9l1l01s on xa1s1tx squad 18 Hugh Bchool Band belng o1gan1zed bx NI1 Hege 21 Jean Reed cho en to succeed Joe Snxdel as xealbook 9dltOl 26-Sen1o1 ilass loses the11 p1es1de11t Dannx Shuck and xea1book ed1to1 Joe SI'lXil8l to Bucknell Gaxe Nllmlhblllg a tx U shellackmg. FEBRUARH 1 Athletes ho11o1ed at Tu1kex banquet Russell Xoung., made class p1es1de11t xx th Iohn lxcllx c me 1d t Team defeated bx xI1lt0I1 47 17 Ou1 teall Slllflllfl all upset fl0l11 L9XXlNbUlL 'fl I8 Told xxe xxele to haxe next xxeek otf Xeh SLIIIBUIX chall up a N1Ct0ly fo1 them elxes -11 1 -lnzznmrz Iubspozf ls p1esented 'NI1ss Saudge g.,1xe11 much plalse Last nlght fo1 Class plax a gleat Quccess X1cto1x fo1 XOIIX ove1 Dan x e '31 8 Defeat f0l T1exo1to11 Zo V3 Yacat1o11 begms Teachels help xxlth 1at1on1ng Lost to Sel1nsg1oxe 12 26 Class loses txxo 111018 to the SQINILQ Bob Stlaub and Iohn W altz The11 absence IS felt leatlx bx all the11 classmates Class lofses Qk1p Whddleton Tuffy Hunt and ikeet Hoove1 to Lnele Sam Cood luck felloxxs' Zb-No11x IN VlLt0llOLlN ove1 lwllmlhbulg 1 li We have a good team Boa Stxaubs ab-scnce 1 felt NI ARC H Cl16l11lNt1X students a1e to1tu1ed a0a1n bx one of tho e Ll'l9I11lNt1y tests Ou1 boxs defeated NI1lton 44 30 G11ls c'ho1us p1esented a succesbful Npllllg LOHL8lt Team H111 he a cessful season at Bl0Ol11Sbl.l12' Bloom X1CtOll0Lls P8 U SQIIIOIN xx11te -XIHQIICHII Leg'10n Essays FOLlltl'l 188119 of tl e P11111 zmttn xtll s on sale Book 1epo1ts due Oh 1ne' Rublnoff hono1 NOIIX Hlgh bx a conee1t 1xen fo1 tl1e beneht of the XIRIX 'NI Packel Hosp1tal Ben 01 boxs otfeled -XIIIIX and Naxx te t APRIL Fools a1e unmasl ed Sen1o1 shoxx bad ca e of sp11n fexe1 Baseball hll the b1eeLe Ea te1 xacatlon be 111 SEHIOI back fill tl1e11 last lap 'NI -V1 SQHIOI Npllll fex 91 becomes contaf lOLl P10111 lot of ILIII desplte 1at1on1ng Thank IL1l1l0l QQHIOI 0011 to bc d1 1111 sed atf 1xe a11o1e1e xx e11 11 dl JLNF 41l1ll1l8llC6ll1Q'llt d ood bxe to t ache1 a d LlI1flLlLl1 men D1 WM' , , K Yjiwv A H H In V ' 4A. 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' ,E s. 133- ' - s ' 3 ' ' ' ' fx ' 's. 17-, A 's s A 'S . 232-St Q' ' S sul f ' l' f 'h Pi fflnmfhfr ' 1' 'ix'es. . ,z IZ-C' ' . an 1: - M' S e' ' 's I1 -'- :ss . - -:QQ ' L9 , UL T E PINE-HNUTTEH Can You Imagine - - - fella Ballcy llstenlng, to sollleone else talk? Vlalv Bakel SIXIFISOIIIIL, .1 swlng, l3l0j.,l3.H1 on tllc ladlo? Fllnol Beck as a NQIV busy exccutlye lOl Saks Flfth Aycnue? Betty BENIN belng tall? Flanklln Bldleepach LV9l DHXIUAL hls l10lTl8XXUllx done? Flolence Bolllngel as loud aa June Glase? Maly BIOUSQ as the second Kathelyn Hepbuln Geolge BLlCll61 weallng a Zoot Kult? Helen Celllttl as a Coney Island dance glll? lune Clalk wlthout VIHILXQ Geolge f0Y1fLl falllngb head 0W6l heels ln love IOUIQQ Deans not belng., the fllghtlcst Llll IH tllc class? Blllfle Dullcan Wlthllllt hls loye theln and keep them attltude? Romayne Dvel as a danclng teachel yylth hel own studlo? June Feltlg not coulltlnf the l11lY'lLlt9i SIHCS sle last saw Bud"? Laula Flemlng looklng, fol anyone else u Tloxell? Ray Flemlng as anyone s fllgt love? Rlchald Fulman ae NOIIV s ladv QXXOOIICIH Challes Gosllv QIXIHL the llls a bleak? l6all GIOSN staylng., engaged to the same fellow H1016 than two weeks Austln fxlllltlx golng, anywhele but Sllllbllly Allce Haltman as a buxom b0lSt9lOUH alll? 'Waly Haupt not belng, constantly' ln love? hleanol Henahan not llklng, Stlallb as well as Peanut? Glol la H8Hil81Sl'1Ot as a COHON61 model? NIRIV Jean Hlne havlng, a flgule llke Glolla H6HClQl shot? kenneth Hoffman ae an 013013 stal? Challes HOOXQI XXOIIXIHQ about gladuatlon lav Hopewell a Il1l.lLl s Gestapo l83d917 Moldon Hummel as a ldllllllh IHLIHL., ddl8ll6Xll, lee HUllllllLl taklng, dlctatlon lllblll fxLl'lLl2.l Mac -Xlthul l flalcnce Hullt doln lx P duty' Iaye Ixautfman as a llf,llt8I'l3Illl lll thc Xl AACS' aula lxellel o ILLI 1 tlallllllf to e VX AX ES? lohn Kelly havlllg hls book lepolts ln on tllllf. Guy Leese as a makeup altlst on Bloadway Thelon Icsllel XXltl"l0Ull hls slow stllde and slow talk? Agnes Iewls not XXOIIXIIH., about eyelythlng. 690129 IllltllUf.,t0I'1 XXltl10Llt hls 2111118 alound a female? NI2.1llXl1 'llelsel golllg, wlth an LIIPDLI Ll2.NSIH2.ll7 H01 ace Nllfllllfetljll a a fllllet college Dl0fCSSOl ? Sclcna Nllllel not galloplng, flonl class to class Iols 'lloole not l8.Ll3.,l1lY'l5., at colny lokes? NIHIX Jane 'Nloole ettllng, down and mallylng a sallol some tlme O 'lesslc Nloldan wlthout hel famous gcstule Roy NIOXLI YYltl'l0l1f. lUllfllQll Blld to call hlln down ? Betty 'Naugle wlthout lKlL3.S of l113tlll11OT'lV9 Budd Neldlg., glylng Shllley Dodge a bleak? Robelt OIVSIQ as coach of the Lnlyelslty Pennsylyanlas football team? Llly Packel as HOIQV as hel slatel, Vlaly? 'VIaly Packel coopelatlng wlth the ldeas of othel people? 'Vlaly Pllllllps belng allythlng but a llttle alll? Leslle P1109 not lxl10XXIl'l2 ENCIVOHG l'?l0l11 w h919 vllle Malgalet Ratusnock as l0Lll'1Cl as Loule Qantan gelo? lean Reed not tlylng, to see how many gold foot balls she can get? Paul Rlne evel legalnlng that schoolboy hgule? lwalJ01l6 RODIIISOH as the nlallagel of the local Rea and D61lClx StO16? VS llllam Rodkey and Vllglnla Sandels as a hap pllv Hlallletl couple? Flances Roush not blushlng when emballassed? Leonald Ruch d0lIlg' chemletly and tllge wlthout Qtahl S help? Mallan Sandels lllxlflg ChQl111Sl',1V as well as Guy ? lean Qalylss as the County Holne hC0l1Ol11lf,N IJOIOUIW Sassalnan not belng, settled? 'Vlallln Scholvln headed allv dllectlon but Tlllld and HdHOVCl9 Bctty Schlefllel llllWll1f,Z, a club coupe? Robelt Seebold as bouncel ln the Stolk Club? HBIIX Sees looklng at a 5,111 XXltl1OL1t hls QBIN gettlng led? Lleanol S61lQl aa sholt as Cola Call? Keanlel Shaffcl as a top salge? Danlel Shuck belng angthlng but a playboy Anna qlxllltf XN1fl"l0Ut hel fatlal explesslons loscpll Snydel taklng O1fl6lS flOIU anyonc Roland qtahl not Ldllylllg, holne Eye books LYQIV nlght? IJOIIS Stamm Wltllfbllt hcl pleaslng Nllllliq lflsle 'itamm Ill a Xl AAL Tlalnlng, Camp' Rachcl Stalook as a INISNIOTIHIQ to Qlbella Robelt Stlaub as the countlys No 1 dl tt llOflL619 Fled qtl3.LlS6 llaylng, a passlon fol Roscs fhallcs TIOUIJ yoted the HOlNl99t boy of the 44 class Iols Xl alkel coaclllng a boys football team X llglnla XX alkel belng modest about halldos lohll VS altL on a dlet of lettuce and 0l3.Il.L,L Illliifl GLUILL VX hceland puttlng. IIHIIX lamcs out ot lllI'slI'l6SN 111 a few yeals UIN Xlllbclt bllllg, N3.tlNllLfl wltll tcachcls an: students 7 Gladys Houng, not talklng. about one thlngt day lll 31141 day out? Vloz, ' , XX -1, F, 3 1 X - - -1 ' - 1 - V , . .,.... , . , .. , , Q' -1- Y-ff,-f . . , .Y -. . .. , , . , , , ,. ,, , . . ,... W W ,., , , , H, Q - - ' , . - ,. L. K. . 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' 0 ' ' . 1 '. 1 - 1. - . 2 71.4 THE PINE-KNDTTEH D0 lou B0lll0lllh0P XX hen Teisie NIO1Kl31'1 put the tack on N11 Tuise s seat XX hen the elass of -1 thought the elase of -11 tops XX hen xxe xxe1e con lfl919d the noisiest 1101.111 in high school Hoxx xxe sang XX hele Oh X1he1e and put oulselxes in S9I1l01 beats' Hoxx xxe xxoilxed and made oui Iunioi Piom to be long 16 nembeied Oui fust ll11111QNN10I1 of ehennstix Hoxx Buele Qtahl taught some unfoitunate membeis of the Qenioi Class to eongea Hoxx the 18 10 dlaft atfeeted Us SQNIOIS The dax Iune Feitn., couldnt talk aboxe a xxh1spe1 Hoxx xxe tlled to ehisel N11 11 oimlex out of tests" The daxs of tix Outs foi Cl'166ll63.Cl6lS plax cast ete l Hoxx N11 F1tLpat11clx lnsifsted this xxaa Dauphin Countxq 11 hen Nliss Qxxope evei got ieallx cioss at Pete Ruch" Hoxx 'NI1 Phillips xxas xxillme to bet on eveix football ganie XX hen l'll6L1dLlx61N xxele quite the stxle" Hoxx Ialxe t11ed to date each student teachei 9 11 hen giaduation xx as taz in the foiegioundl 11 hen Dolothv 'Yassaxnan toole a xxhiff of HPS' XX hen the football plaxeis shoxxed the11 manlx U1 fOll11's in then sxxeate1s Hoxx N11 lox led Lls in a ehapel 1110213111 of 51111127 Hoxx hxeixbodx Up used to fill the exm fl1.1l1Y'lQ pep ehape Those hist fexx daxs of nexxs iepoits attei Decembe1 1 11141 7 11 hen NIRIW Haupt iefused to listen to a I ood Joke? XX hen the SQHIOIN ietused to do xx hat thex xx eie told to do That cololful paiade in Bomb xx1th Bonds Dax Hoxx Gux Leese used to paint toi exeix little thine? Those slaps on the baele xxe used to ,et fiom Stiaub and 11 alt!" Hoxx Rus Xoung, alxxaxs had an impoitant engeaf ement a date Hoxx xxe piaxed xxe d beat Qunbunx oui Qemoi xeai l XX hen xxe stumbled oxen Ioe Dodf es lanlxx le, oing, into 1111 1s1 e 1 Hoxx 111 Tui e l11Ol11lN6!l tl bounce exeixone out on hi e'11 xxho xxas talking, ien xxe d stax 111 Jed on the eold mo1n1n instead o 101111 to sehoo 9 ien Coiron Hummel eha ed N11 1s 81 aiounf tie loom xx1tl1 the xxlnfoxx openei oxx the NllJl3.1l0I1 xxould 11114 1l110115.,1 the ha xxhe11 N11 1111sto1 asked someone et out of the otieel 11 hen xxe xxould it and gaze out the xxmdoxxs o11 tho e mee dax 1 hen someone xxasnt iunnmf up and doxxn the hall tl6l1Xf.1ll1L, notes oi 1 Phi lip lloxx xxe patiomled the sxxeet shoppe betxxeen elasses Hoxx 11 1lex et he elas 1 thc e xxo l Settle doxxn noxx Hoxx hated to 1t el apel aftei the la t bell had lllll 33 ,fl .. ' " 1 ,. .. , fn .. . . 1 . i ., . , .. . .- ijhlxlli ' 'J 4, - I I . .9 ' , ,. ' 1: ,. . -.. 1 .0 Sl. Y ' ' ' s' ' : ,:' ' ' ' Q' 'T -1. ' ' .' -, " ' - , ' ' " at ' .1 ' ' 1 ' 5. , 1 - . . . ' ' . . . . R , '? 10. ' '1 " ' . '. ' ' j .1 13. ' . . ' - 1 ' j ' :J . 14' v A .1 1 1 5. . 5. ,- - . . , ,.. 1? 16. ' . ' " .1 '. L21 Y U ' v , - v V 1' A. ' ,- v .' - 1 .39 . ' .. , . ,. , V. . . . ' . , " ' --. . . 1. . . , . . 235. ' - ' : ,1 ' ' '. 24. Hoxx' Miss Dauberman tried to give us trig' tests and get individual xx'o1'k'? .35 ' S ' .. . ' . . , . ., 17 .36 , , - 11 .' .11 ,-7 21" v 5. ' ,. v .3 . ' . . ,- A. YY. . ,'? 221. ' '1 .- ' '. 1 ,5 ' 10's 1: ' 1' ' I ,u'l'.'l -less? 32. ' 1 1. -S1 ' 'H 11 's 14 ' ' ' I " ""'? 5135. W1 1 .1 j ' 1 1 - - ' gs ' .1 f,1' ' g l. 314. W1 1 1 'l 1 1 s1 . 's. F'.'h ' ' 1 l 1 1 ' " 1 " l ' , .11 235. Il ' 1 " ' ' ' " g ' fl 1 lls ' 1 . 1. '-'.' ' .."1 .' 1 1 to "gf " T" '. ms. ' 1 -1 ' S' - 1. 1 1' S1 51? SIT. V .' 1 " 5 ' ' ' g ' ' -1 f ' M '. l S? 2151. ' M11 1 Yr rn tried to qui1 t ' IS ly 1s1 ' 11 s. 'H' 1 1 ' . "HT 411. ' we s' in -1 1 ' ' S 1 ' gg? Hmnrknnitvr una N 1 Our Yearbook This year the class of 43 proud to haxe edlted a successful edition of the Plneknotter conslder it the primary proJect of our senior year Through the pre ceding years we had usuallzed and dreamed much of the year book for which we held such hlgh expectations Now we feel that ue haxe realized our goal i Eaily 1n the year we began to raise the funds necessary for the publication We had a fitting bal ance ln our treasury from ourl 1un1or year A large portion of the money was collected ln the form of class dues Probably the largest sum was gathered through the profits of the splendid produc tion of American Passport the senlor class play which was pre sented in February Another ac countable amount was secured by the returns of a prosperous ter m1nat1on of a magazine campaign contest with the Junlors and prox ed ourselves v1ctor1ous Ad results of another successful en terprlse the annual Senlor Dance we had accumulated a remarkable sum of money and found ourselves financially well able to edit ourx Pineknotter still haxlng a com fortable amount rema1n1ng We were proud to dedlcate this yearbook to the boys from our class who have entered the ser xlce of the Unlted States We reallze the great sacrifice these boys are making and feel it only fitt1ng and proper to show our ap preciation and gratitude through the dedlcatlon Work got under way at the be ginnmg of the second semester oft lhlS 42 43 te m Most of the! credit is due the edltor ln chief Jean Reed our modern entrepre N neur and her efficient cooperatlxe staff of assistants The articles! were planned asslgned written returned and typed so that our pubhcatlon went to press April first The business staff lS not to' be forgotten for It was they who PUBLISHED BY IN H S SENIORS 1942 43 Norry Spills S H S Dream Team On a beautiful sunshlny Thanks gn 1ng day the Norry P1neknotters traxeled across the fiowlng Sus quehanna to meet on the Sunbury gridiron a dream team of many high schools in th1s sectlon Pre dictlons by sportminded fans were highly in fax or of the Owls And so they should be for records gave Sunbury a fifty pomt advantage before the game started After losing a maJor1ty of thelr games lowly rated Norry wasnt ex en golng to know where the ball was But didnt they Sunbury fans? Shortly after the kickoff Stevens fumbled from a smashing tackle by the Norry forward wall The ball was recovered by the P1neknotters It kept the Owls busy the Hrst quarter to get pos session of it The surpr1se of the whole game was when the Pine knotters shifted from SIX to a five man l1ne the second quarter by Ballestrinl on two end runs Passes were pract1cally impossible for Sun bury Norry s hard charging l1ne men would smash the passer down before he was able to throw them An enthused crowd watched a close and exc1t1ng second half We did not finish on top but we fought the whole game And let this be not to playing rn er in Northumberland High School would like to pay a small tribute to those first eleven who nobly represented our colors this season First we mention Norman Ren ninger right end A magnificent defense player Norman not only represents Norry High but also the U S Naxy Second Guy Leese right tackle ThlS belng Guys first year h showed plenty of stuff on offen sue as well as defenslve Th1rd Leonard Ruch right a lesson to Sunbury fans be ow er confident when this llttle town across the any sport l l New Teachers When the hours of time rolled around to September the beginning of school we the pleasure of meetlng four had and had new faculty members Walter B Hen nmger pr1nc1pal of Derry Town ship Junior Senior High School at Hershey Nas elected supervising principal of the Northumberland Borough Schools MISS Shlrm serx ed as the new Home Econo mics teacher Mr Charles Cox be came our asslstant coach of foot ball and Miss Sara Alice Keefer R N had the honor of being the first school nurse exer appointed to the faculty of Northumberland H1gh School Mr Henn1nger attended Al bright Preparatory School and Al bright College where he recelved h1S A B degree 1n 1915 followed by extension courses at Muhlen berg College and Bucknell Uni xersity Summer School He also had a full year and summer at Harx ard Unix ersity Graduate thus recelvlng his Degree of Mas ter of Educatlon there 1n 1928 Mr Henn1nger taught 1n Mauch Chunk Township High School at Nesquehonmg and held the prm cipalshlp at Derry Townshlp Jun 1or Senior H1gh School at Hershey before coming here He 1S noted for his continuous guidance and as a source for helpful advice when ever needed Mr Henn1nger IS extremely lnterested in the wel fare of our students and has proved himself more than capable in h1s position Miss Shlrm is a graduate of Pennsylx anla State College Prlor to her present position she taught ln Watsontown for two years l that place she had charge of the cheerleaders the debatlng club and the dancing club Durlng th1s year Miss Shlfln has been qulte actn e in school ac 1lXltlES She is the originator of the Booster Club an adviser of the Kiwanis Lassles Club and is ln charge of the cheerleaders fCont1nued on Page 49 CCont1nued on Page 43 I fCont1nued on Page 43 O .'o. Km 'Wi '. . . A - Q . - 4. H - l - 15 i . . . ' ' ar ' 'sy We ' ' - ' ' 7 . N v . l , , - - Y. A 7 I 7 b ' - - . . 1 . . - . . . . . . . . - ! . . v y ' ' ' , ' ' . ' 1 v Y - ' r 1 D D ' 71 . 7 ' - . . , T . . . v L X . . . . 3 , I . . , . . . , . , . , 1 . ., - l Q y . , . ' Li ' H ' ' l v ' - ' v . . l - - . ' . 1 . - , -3 ' - . . . . , - V . y - - . -3 ' U Y ' , - ding a noteworthy profit from the' The touchdowns were scored in School of Education in 1926-27, 5 - , ,v X . . . - , , . . . . . . . . , I . . - . . . . ' 1 . . H , ., . Y. - j . Q . 1 . - 7 'l . . 'J . ' . .- Y . I I . - . , Q Y - I . . - . - 1 . V , . . . P . Z . . , ' LA - 79 I, . ' , ' -X ' l n . . . -. - . X . , . . . 1 , , ' - ' v 9 , I , V . N Q ' A . . W . . ' . 1 l ' ' , A I . . , ex . Y. . t . . . ' . , - ! . I Y e , ' I v 1 I 1 V - PINE KNOTTER NIEW S-NORTHL MBERLAWD HIGH SCHOOL SOCl3llt6 Sues For DIWOYCE The popula1 sxx1ng p1an1st FIQHIICSS Roush today announced that she xxould sue fOI d1X0lC9 110111 Ens1gT1 Robe1t Stlaub U S 'X M1ss Roush xx ho xx as ma111ed sec1etly th1s fall sa1d Stxaub xx as c1uel and C8LlS6d he1 mental ag ony at tlllleb Ens1gn Stldllb xx ho enhsted 1n the Naxy ln Feb1ua1y xx as 1eached at Sampson T1a1n1ng St'1t1on N Y He seemed VVOI11Ed but 1epl1ed I1 she xxants It Im xx 1ll1ng to glxe he1 th1s d1x OIC9 Fxances Sald she would le1x e 101 Reno a1te1 complet1ng he1 b11e1 x1s1t he1e She added that the M1ss Eleano1 Henah'1n Supe11n tendent 01 lNu1ses at MQICY Hos p1t1l Wllkes Balle xx1ll be na1ned 1s co 1espondent Th1s IS the 1l1st ma111age 101 both MISS Roush and Ens1gn St1aub F1ances mtends to seelx 1l1m0ny 01 S150 a month June 4th IS the day set 101 the tlldl Appreclatlon We the S H101 Class ot 1943 exp1ess 1n humble thanlxs 0111 s1nce1e app1ec1at10n t will I'I6I'lIIIIlg6l '1nd M1 WOIIN lcv1o1 then 11nt111ng 1nte1est md IC 1dy COODCIBIIOH IH all ou1 class lCtlX1tl6S M1 Ph1ll1ps MISS McFa1la11d 1nd M1 Cox IOI the11 helpiul g111d1nce and undelstandmg as t7L.l cl'1 s 8dXlSGlS M1ss Sax1dge 101 he1 t1y1ng llOUlS xx1th us 1n malxmg ou1 class pl 1y AI'llE'IlCdl'1 Passpo1t a ll 111c1al as xx ell as 1 d1 llllc1l.lL suc Lfss All of the 1aculty xxho haxe helped 1n any xxay to m1lxe 0111 school CHIGSI a successtul one The busmess people xx ho xx1l lmglv pat1on1zed LIS by buymg ad x 61 IISEIIICHIS Ou1 pa1ents 101 the11 unselnsh 1c11111es 1n mak1ng OUI school t11ec1 1 hapoy one All 01 the students xxho haxe helped to malxe ou1 yea1b0olx 1 success and xx1ll1ngly s11pp01ted my DIOJSCI 11nde1talxen ID ou1 school Cdleel Semor RCCBIWCS B1d From Glenn Mlller Ma11lyn 'VIGISQI populal me1n be1 01 OUI class and the g11l xx ho has an ansxxe1 101 ex e1y p1oblem has IQCQIX ed a teleg1am 110111 Glenn M1lle1 pop11la1 dance OI Ch6StI8 1eade1 to be h1s featu1e s1nge1 xxhen h1s OICh6Stld lS baclx on the load aga1n M1lle1 lb noxx se1x1ng ln the A1my '11 Camp Leaimealon Cal11o1n1a The xv1de eyed M155 Me1se1 could only say she xxas th11lled 1nd su1p11sed Although no de t11ls xxe1e g1x en It IS bel1ex ed that Ma11lyn shall talxe the place 01 the p0pula1 Betty Hutton M1lle1 h1s a11'1nged as he1 pub l1c1ty managel G6OIg6 Con1e1 11101110161 of the nat1onal Bang G11l M1 Confe1 COUf'lllTl6d to day that It xx ould be necessary 101 M1ss MGISEI to changex he1 name to Ilsteal La Shoxx FOI the DIES ent Ma11lyn shall be one of the 11np101ess1onal ente1ta1ne1s Attel gl 1duat10n she 1s scheduled to x lSlt the almy camps and slng md d1nce xv1th the camp o1chest11 MISS Me1se1 Cnoxv to be lxnoxxn 1ct1xe IUBIIIDGI 01 0111 class We xxell Ixnoxx he1 talents and hum OIOLIS 1epl1es She had ente1ta1ned Us xx 1th m'1n,x songs he1 most IE cent h1t bemg Black MHglC xxh1ch she d1d be1o1e the 601116 1ssembly She has done 0the1 IILIINDEIS such as Attltude B1h 1nd Engl1sh xVas Nex 81 FOI Me To MIIIIQH Me1se1 telloxv cl'1ss m1te xxe xx1sh all the luclx 1n the LlIllX exse and 131011115610 10ll0xx you 110111 Buffalo C1oss Roads to XVIII held Faxorlte Saylngs M1 Phllllpb You xxont 1111011111 to a h1ll 01 beans M1 VVOIIUIGV All 11ght noxx settle doxxn M1ss Daube1man Noxx lets ex e1ybody get qu1et N11 Turse Get qu1et baclx the1e O1 beat me to the d0o1 lulb Dunlap Sometnnes I Just cant unde1stand you people MIS Steffey If you dont haxe somethmg to study I can find somethmg for you Local Ch6mlSt Goes To Murray Dance School Wh1le about the elements 1 xx OI ld and the chem1cal te1ms xxe snuggle to lea1n the1e IS n0th1ng th'1t ou1 class sc1ent1st Roland Buclx Stahl doesnt lxnoxx H l noxxs hoxx to 11111: UIIIIC and sul phllllf. dCldS xx1thout the boom mg effect he lxnoxxs that chem 1 t1y IS l1lxe xx omen you can nex GI lxnoxv too much -bout the1n But then the1es a stxange phase Bucks l1fe that 01 attendmg AlthLll lVlLl1l8yS Dancmg 1nd Ch 11111 School lIlldglHG that Buclx St'1hl Ill '1 conga l1ne' Bucl doesnt lxnoxx lt yet but 1 l1ttle xx1e11 looked IH on all the classes he attended and oh xxhat she dldnt see' The fllSt class he attended Buck lea1ned that chem1st1y xx asnt the only thlng 1n l11e and be1o1e long he was loolx 1ng at Ch1clxens Stlalght IH the eye 1nste'1d of hlS usual s1dexxays 1e111ul gl mce But l1ttle d1d xxe 1911116 what St'1hl had up h1s sleexe The next class Bucl attended xx lb on the subject 01 1hythn1 On xxanted to co11nt xalance to the one txxo th1ee lxlClx 1hythn1' Mu11ay d1dnt lxnoxx It but he h 1d a p11.4e object on hlS hands lll the 101111 01 Roland Edgal Stahl 1 bo1n chemlst and dance1 Then came the fatal nlght xx hen Bllfflxs danc1ng ab1l1ty xxas IS xc lled It 1 111116 when he had le1t the 1nex ltable chem1st1y bool s11ely at home The Sen101 Aca denmc Class xx as p1epa11ng 1 small slxlt to be g1x en 1n assembly D10 gl llll and 11 xx is that n1ght that xxe leamed 01 Bucks 1eal '1b1l ty He l111ed up the glllS and ielloxxs and 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' 7, V . 11 " PINE KNOTTER NEWS NORTHUMBERLAND HIGH SCHOOL Definltlon, Please' One day as paw pecked up the local newspaper he notlced dere on that calmlcal page a cartoon of one of them there W A A C ladles wlth a Wave CI guess that s llke a ringer waxel Passlng by was a gentlemanllke creature all sllcked up ln one of them ten gallon hats a dog chaln on hls belt and drawstrlngs on hls trou ser legs Now we alnt xxhat yer call moorons but we alnt cull the llnes of clty talk cant understand that It Sald Scram Lleu wolf ln a zoot getup bated along lnd we lust duln carton tlnant lts l I sald to Thlnk of lll words there pa Lets annlelles It the meanlns for them ere So pa went to the cupbolrd where we kepp all the lldel lture llke the Holy Blble md Webstele Dlcklonally that xve go xvlth the empty feed bags and brought her all out We started xxlth the flrst word furgettlng the decoratlng dots There was no xxurd scrsrm but we thought rt llllgllt be scramble shortened That scramble meant to move on all IOIS Lleuteant means one xxho ax lul a bllpelfll Pa and I cunt flgulc lt all out yet Next ld xx rs That there were lllll C.OlIllJlllx lted 1 contr lCtlOll pole lulc thlt vxont work booth xx lys Any dumb fool lnows there dlll t no dE3flI'1lSl0II ot 'r ts lest stuck ln there to lurk pretty Next word was wolf I had a xake ldeal whlt that lneant but Im llxx ays pretty accureate so xve looked her up Wolf meant fierce carnlx orous anymal of the daxvg llnd hence a person rrown for clueltle In means Just what she emplys and a lb decoratlng the sentence agln When xxe lurked up that wurd 7oot I sald to paxv It sure ls funny that there man Webster dldnt put all the xvords ln thls pretty led boolx Zoot rent b loun but e ought lt e l shorten Zoothelsm bellef ln anymal gods Gltup melns style or dress Now we looked ox er the hole blaln thlng and lt sure dldnt make cents to us here yet All we could flgere out were One xvho takes order from a superlor crawl Boys ln Servlce In the fall of 1940 we the class of 1943 we began our hlgh school career We entered hlgh school ln the era of peace nexer reallzlng what great changes would take place untll the tlme of our grad uatlon Near the close of the flrst semes ter of our JLIHIOI' year war was ,declared At first we as hlgh school students werent affected to a great extent Then as the war went on It began to hlt harder rt home No longer was lt con sldered a war ln the Phlllpplnes Europe Ol some dlstant place Our own classmates were belng called lnto thls great battle At the beglnnlng of OUI senlor year the outlook xv lb much ldalker By thls tlme changes had been mfrde ln SQFXICG age lllIlltS and draft ages XV916 loweled A few at a l.llTl6 our boys enteled lHlO the serxlce of Uncle Sam r The boys xxho are noxx IH the serxrce from the class of 1943 are Joe Dodge Horace Mlddleton Charles Hoox er Clarence Hunt Dax ld Herllngel all IU the allny Robert Stl lub lnd John Waltz IH the naxy The LllSSlIlllQS of these boys were lndecd sorry to sec thenl leaxe Wh rt numerous IIICIIIOIICS l brought blcl as we lool the x icant se lts of the trmes xx hen they sat therc carefree and happy' We had nothlng to xvolly about rnd we laughed togethel as we ex aded the teacher s xx atchful eye So to our classmates ln the ser x lce may we xx rsh you the best of luck and good fortune Our best xxlshes also go to those xxho are subject to army call Olll Alma Mater xxlll nex er forget your blax eness and courage We know that you wlll nexel forget our Alma Mater lloand on ll h l ors cruel hurnln ln an anlmal dress Paw and I were sure dlsglsted It werent exln funy to us e thought sure the newspaper had done made an mls take Paxx and I declded that clty folks are he dumb ones not us Dont you agree there" Senlors Slgn Up For Detentlon Course Due to certaln exlstlng condl tlons the senlors have been glven an opportunlty to slgn up for a full sex en hour course The new course IS detentlon whlch IS held dally from three to four oclock Preference has been glven to those who enjoy heckllng the teachers worklng long arlthrnetlc problems and who haxe shoxvn thelr lnterest ln the constructlon of splt wads The first lTI6Ql1IIg was held and the lollowlng onicers were elected Leslle PFICS presldent Leonard Ruch NICE presldent Tessle Mor dan secretary John Kelly treas urer Mr Leslle PIICB was chosen as the leader because of hls keen ln terest shown for the form ltlon of the detentlon class and hls falth fulness to such organlzatlons IH former YGHIS In hls lnaugural addless he gualanteed to hls obed lent followers less school xvork and lnore detentlon classes H urged ex eryone to keep up thelr Ilghtlng Splllt so as to make de tentlon worth whlle Of the offl CSIS he asked to hold up the lde lls ol the class lnd llso thelr prompt Much Cledll goes to Ml Neal Vlrolrnley ollglnrtol of thls sen lOl detentlon class Through hls rntelllgent foleslghts he dlscox ered lt to be a necesslty Immedlately he set to work tflpplflg alt noth lng untll thls nexx course was put lnto the school currlculum We the senlors as xve go from our Alma Mater leaxe the con tlnued success of thls organlza tlon ln the hands of the under classmen We hope that you wlll hold up lts lderls and strlxe to lelch the goal set and galned by us th lt of hax lng less school xvolk lnd more detentlon classes So long' fUnless more lnterest rs shown detentlon vxlll be dlSCOUl.lIIllCdl Jean Reed Oh my gosh' Jay Hopewell GIIIUTIIG your home work Frances Roush My Cow' . . . , . y 1 5 7 - I . , . . 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PINE KNYOTTER NEWS NORTHLVIBERLAND HIGH SCHOOL NEW TEACHERS What the T63Ch6I'S tCont1nued flom Page Onej 1 Ink of the Seniors Inc1dentally MISS Shlllll changed her name to M1s Dunlap March Congratulat1ons and best xx1shes on behalf of the students M1 Cox IS a graduate of Blooms burg State Teache1s College H taught 1n Nescopeck dur1ng the yea1s 1934 42 xxhe1e he xxas an ass1stant coach 101 th1ee years of lootball basketball and baseball Th1s yea1 M1 Cox has been a xaluable lSS1Nt3l1t to M1 TLIISG 1n the Held ot tootball and has also been p a1sed 101 h1s xxolk ID coach1ng basketball M1ss Keelex stud1ed at Hood College 1n Ma1yland and Susque h anna Un1xe1s1ty 101 two yea1s She xxas g13dLldl9d hom the Ulll xe1s1ty of Pennsylx an1a 1n 1924 FIOIN the1e she d1d p11x ate duty lolloxxed by the pos1t1on ot Pub 1lC8 Health Nu1se xx 1th headquar te1s 1n No1thumbe1land County In 1936 she attended Duquesne UNIX e1s1ty IU PlltSbLl1gh thus ob t11n1ng 1 Pubhc He1lth Nurse Ce1t1He1te M1ss Kce1e1 xx IN then employed IS a med1c1l 1nxest1g1to1 tor the Dep11tment ol Health 1n Hdfllb lJLl1g 110111 1931 untll 1940 From 1940 Lllitll the plesent t11ne she xx lN lgllll 1 Pubhc Health Nuxse x 1th he1dqu11te1s lll Sc1anton FIOIN he1 16150118 MISS Keete1 h IS been l ept qu1te busy th1s yea1 xx1th countless home X1SltS 1n pect1o11s 1nd adm1n1ste11ng f11st 1d Consequentlx he1 k1nd at tent1on 1nd tneless efftnts 1n p1o lllOUI'lg the hellth ot OU1 puplls haxe xxon the ldllll1'1IlOf1 ot all of us -Xlso xxo1thy ol l'!lEI'1llOl'1 15 the nexx SGCIGIIIY elected th1s yeal 1n the pelson ol M1s Shllley Hel man M1ss He1111an g1aduated hom th1s school onlv last yea1 yet she has become xe1y adept 1n her XKOIK 1nd 1 x 1luable asset to the h1gh school OLR YEARBOOK 4Cont1nued hom Page Onej ol1c1ted adxe1t1sen1ents and helped us keep xx1th1n our budget l1m1t The staff xx as composed ot Jean Reed Edlt01 1n Ch1ef Helen Cel It you xxould ex er haxe the op po1tun1ty to 11sten to a d1scuss1on of the class of 43 by a group of our teachers I could truthfully say lt xxould go somethlng l1ke th1s They beg1n the1r d1scuss1on xxhen xxe xxe1e 1nere sophomores They g1xe the1r first 1mpress1on as a good one but a dampe1 IS p11t on th1s by MISS McFarland xx hen she tells of her SYDSFIEHCSS xx1th us 1n h1sto1y class If she xxasnt xxak1ng up Joe Dodge she xxas ass1gn1ng outl1nes to keep us qu1et It all sums up after all the op1n1ons are g1x en of us as sopho ITIOIQS that vxe entered llke l mb and go 101th l1ke a l1on ln OUI JUHIOI yea1 1nstead of shoxwlng 1rnp1oxement xxe grow steadlly Worse M1 Turse th1nks our class wont stop at anyth1ng He relates the 1nc1dent 1n XVh1Ch Tess1e Mordan put a tack on h1s cha11 M1 Ph1ll1ps hax1ng placed many JUHIOTS 1n the Iorens1c con tests th1nks xxe are an mtelllgent g1oup to VVO11x xx1th en comes ou1 sen1o1 fea1 MISS Dauberman xxho has been H1016 patlent than anyone el e says she can nex e1 under stand sen1ors M1 XX ormley g1x es a 1e111a1k such as th1s Oh xx ell the only ones smarter than sen1ors axe college fleshmen Mr Hen n1nge1 also Hnds the hOUlS spent 1U an effort to help 1n ou1 class 1ct1x1t1es xe1y t1y1ng ones M1ss Sxx ope and M1 Cox find that 1t 1S bet 61 Just to go along xx1th our class Yes they haxe called us 1119 spon 1ble umeasonable and no1sy but as xxe leaxe xxe a1e taklng someth1ng xx1th us that they xxlll l11lSS Can you l1T18glY16 old Norry Flgh xxlthout the class of 43 l1tt1 Agnes Lexx IS and Lee Hum 1nel ASSOCl3tS EdltO1S V1rg1n1a Walkel Nexxs Ed1tor XV1ll1am Rodkey Sports Ed1tor Kenneth Hoffman MUSIC Edltor Guy Leese Axt Ed1tor Mary Haupt Dor1s Stamm and John Kelly Personal Edltors Frances Roush and Mary NI H S SPILLSS H S tCont1nued from Page One? 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