Tidioute High School - Chief Yearbook (Tidioute, PA)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1966 volume:
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We, the senior class of 1966, take extreme pleasure in presenting our
edition of THB CHIEF. We truly hope that our expectations will be tul-
tilled and that the contents of this book will prove advantageous to the
parents, as well as the students, as to how our school life is conducted
A seed, gradually growing into a small tree and finally becoming a
mature plant, is the theme of our yearbook. As a seed needs nourishment
to grow, a young individual needs help and guidance, not only to grow in
strength and size but also in knowledge.
Aa a senior, you are recognized as a mature adult. Help and guidance
are no longer as necessary as you are able to manipulate affairs and
problems exclusively. Unlike the young individual you were years ago,
you are now a strong, nature human being and expected to face 1ite's pro
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ATHLETICS SENIGRS l
'Ambition is an idol, and truth
and sincerity are the basis of
Wh, the Senior Class of 1966, proudly present this, the fifteenth
edition ot The Chief, to Liliana Pellegrini. Liliana is the first
foreign exchange student to attend our school. Repreientinm Argen-
tina, she has taught us all a great deal about her country, her peo-
ple, and her way of life. Through her experiences here, she in turn,
has learned much about our country, people, town, and our school
She is a delightful girl: she always meets everyone with a big
smile and a friendly 'h1.' We, the seniors, as well as the faculty,
the underclassmen, and the townspeople, are very grateful that Tidi-
oute had the opportunity to accept Liliana into our town, our school,
and our homes.
'Tis education forms
the common mindg
Just as the twig is be
the tree's inclined
It is never a sign of weakness
when a man in high position delg-
gates authorltyg on the contrary,
it is a sign of his strength and
of his capacity to deserve success.
HR. CHARLES R. ANDERSON
Through numerous endeavors and continuous efforts, our principal,
M . Charles R. Anderson, has made our school life much more enjoy-
able. He has managed to establish a smooth-running school day.
Also he is responsible for the many assemblies that are enjoyed by
the student body. During the absence of a teacher, he puts his work
aside and sees that normal classroom procedure is maintained. In
addition to these responsibilities, he is also our guidance coun-
We are aware of the difficulty and trying job Mr. Anderson faces
and we sincerely appreciate all he has done for our school.
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Mach of the work done in and for
our school is done by the crew
'behind the scenes." Clean premi-
ses, efficient bus lines, and good
cafeteria meals are examples of the
work carried on by these competent
workers. They deserve much credit
for the part they play in our every
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The Ngo-gon boys.
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Cheering the gals on to victory. Hungry seniors wait in line.
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Learning is not picked up only within four walls.
The ability to read books is not in itself of a
higher order than the ability to read natureg to
detect, for instance, a bird by its song, or to
name a tree by its leaf.
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President. . . . . . . . . . . . ..Leah Barton
Vice President. . . . . . . . .Susan McGraw
Secretary. e e o o 0 0 0 0 e u Oni-tie Benner
James Calpbell, Shelly Rankin, Stephanie Tipton, Wade Adams, Randy Miles,
Carol Nuttall, Janes Nicholson, Susan Yucha, William Shields, Linde
Bduiaton, Carol Kowalski, Peter Horne, John Bailcr, Dalton Hunter, ill
Daelhousen, Bonnie Hannah, Lonnie Llndemuth, Mr. Weir, Margaret Heedan,
Colleen Buick, Margaret Cause, Marjorie Goose, Judith Kane, cindy carts,
Cindy Morrison, William Shenley, Jeffrey Mclown, Wayne Cook, Richard
Craft, John Ziegler, Charles Anthony, Lorna Bdmiston, Sally Nicholson
William Mealy, James Pillar
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President. o o o e on n o eo 0 0 0 .Kathy urns
Vice President. . . . .Terry Pascerella
Secretary. . ......... . . .Darla Wilson
Treasurer. e 0 0 0 0 0 0 e :christine mcrav
Byron Rulings, Dennis Sabella, Craig Snavley, David Myers, Sandra Yucha,
Debra Battko, Debra Stover, Advisor, Mr. Barr, Karyl bbrrison, Debra King
Jeffrey Barton, Richard Bosko, Harold Schwab, Edward Vincent, Mark Rondi-
nelli, Darrell Saavley, Kenneth Irwin, Edward King, Sandra Anthony, Robert.
Myers, Wayne Edmiston, Dallas Morrison, David Benner, William Larimer.
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Vice President. . . .Christine Nuttall
Secretlrye 0 e 0 0 0 0 o s Ann Benner
Treasurer. o s o o o o s omni Johnson
Suzanne Ballot, Sharon Rssimovlcz, Glenna Lindell, Vslorie Buick, Diane
Rulings, Jackie Brown, Thomas Sabells, Gary Davis, Judith Yncha, Shelly
Sheldon, Larry Anderson, Dennis Martin, Jerry Heltzel, Freeda Johnson,
Ronald Miles, Sally Ziegler, Thomas McKenzie, Harry Sheckler, Advisor,
Mr. Lleberum, John Sveda, Scott McKay, Jack Shields, Thomas Jamieson,
Blair Bdmiston, Patrick Heenan, Clinton Couse, Ronald Carr, Janes Hunt-
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President. o o o o o Q c 0 s 0 e o o aux Anderson
Vice President. . . . . . . .Edward Ziegler
Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . .Laurie Albert!
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . Frederick Anderson
Susan Barton, Cheryl Boako, Jack Larimer, Cindy Konkle, Linda Glenn,
Stephanie Atkin, Carol Hunter, Sandra Morrison, Janice McGraw, Stephen
Atkin, Rosemary Anthony, Andra Bailor, Sandra Klinestiver, Barbara Cook,
Judith Lindell, Selly Daelhousen, Roseanne Barton, Rosemary Kowalski
Advisor, Mrs. Fuellhart, Donald Parr, David Anthony, Thomas Battko,
Harriette Amos, Paul Morrison, David Morrison, Glenn Lindemuth, Timothy
Gerns, Carol Battko
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Vice President. . . . . .Vernon K1 inestiver
Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . .Jackie Wiles
Treasurer. . . . . . . . .Mary Lou Yonek
Susan Rulings, June Blair, Mary Ann Mealy, Loretta Raybuck, Delores Yeager,
Toni. Wilson, Linda Bulkley, Carol Anderson, Ruth Irwin, Peggy Hardy, Gear-
ldine Cottrell, Robert Bosko, Kenneth McKay, Michael Chappel, Kathy Benner,
Dana lou Baller, Sheila Wolford, Advisor, Mr. Szul, John Morrison, Kenneth
Nicholson, David Mclianlgle, Janes Larimer, Lynn Johnson, William Johnson,
Robert Konkle, William Brown, Carl Pillar
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Greatness is not mortal. The qualities which the
great have to give,they give perpetually. Their
gifts are taken into the pattern of life, and they
appear thereafter in the fabric of the lives of
nations, renewing themselves as the leaves of the
trees are renewed by the seasons.
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Treasurer, Christine McGraw, Darla Wilson, Edward Vincent, Mark Rondinelli
Betty Ann Benner, Secretary, Judith Yucha, Vice President, Edward King,
Mr. Ashbaugh, Advisor, Ronald M les, Sally Ziegler, President
One of the highest honors a student may acquire during his high school
days is to become a member of the National Honor Society. These lembers
are chosen on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, leadership, service
and character. Nearly fifty per cent of the senior class belong to this
Judy Mckown, Jackie Wiles, Jane Donaldson, Mary L. Benner, Charles Barton,
Carl Pillar, Dennis Shields, Patrick Anderson, Harry Hopkins, Donald Thomas,
President, Mrs. Rodin, Advisor, Sharon Sutton, Vice President, Kathy Benner,
Christine Gerus, Linda Bulkley, Carol Anderson, Delores Yeager, Linda Calp-
bell, Mary Jo McGraw, Secretary, Susan Rulings, Mary lon Yenek Cabsent..Lynn
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Janice McGraw, Linda Campbell, Carl Pillar, Donald Thomas, Kathy Benner,
Cheryl Bosko, Max Anderson, Cynthia Konkle, Harry Hopkins, Dennis
Shields , Toni Wilson
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Vincent Pillar, Karyl Morrison, William Larimer, Betty A. Benner,
Clinton Couse, Mr. Steckler
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Michael Chappel, Kenneth Nicholson, Glenn Lindemuth, Max Anderson, Vernon
Klinestiver, Carl Pillar, Mr. Barr, Advisor, Patrick Anderson, Harry Hop-
kins, Donald Thomas, Mr. Anderson, Advisor.
DBLEGATES - Don Thomas, Pat Anderson
The Key Club is a civic organi-
zation dedicated to community
betterment. These boys were al-
ways available when anyone called
upon them for assistance ln Ianual
work. The officers of this club
President. o o c o Q apo Anderson
Vice President K. Nicholson
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SuzAnn Bailor, Sandra Yueha, Debra Stover, Diana Hulings, Susan Rulings,
Linda Bulkley, Liliana Pellegrini, Judith Lindell, Carol Anderson, Jackie
Brown, Mrs. Barr, Freeda Johnson, Dana Lou Bailor, Kathleen Smith, Chris-
tine Gerus, Sally Ziegler, Peggy Hardy, Kathleen Lindell, Jean Latimer,
Linda Campbell, Judith Yucha
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President .......... Dans Bailor
vice President. ..Susan Rulings
Secretary ...... Christine Gerus
Treasurer ......... Kate Lindell
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Sharon Sutton, Jean Latimer, Carol Rasinovicz, Linda Campbell, Judith Mclown,
Jane Donaldson, Mary Jo McGraw, Patrick Anderson, Donald Thomas, Mary Lynn
Benner, Kathy Smith, Charles Barton, Jerry Davis, Dennis Shields, Janes Anon
Literary Editor ....... Mary Lynn Benner
Photography . . . . . . . . . . . .Jane Donaldson
Class Editor. . . . ........ Mary Jo McGraw
Organizations Editor. . . .Linda Campbell
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son, loretta Raybuek, Cindy Konkle, Ronald Miles, Sally Ziegler, Judith
Yueha, Debra King, Dixie Benner, Carol Nuttall, Bill Brown, John Morri-
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Karyl Morrison, Lonnie Lindemuth
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Co-editors. . . . . .Mary Lou Yonek
Editor. n o o u 0 0 o .Sharon SUtt0ll
Advisor. . . . . . . .Miss Passarvo
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Mary Jo McGraw. . . . . . . . . . . .President
'Doni Wilson. . . . . . . . . .Vice President
Lynn Ulf. . . . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Susan Yncha, Carol Nuttall, Shelly Hankin, Stephanie Tipton, Bonnie Hannah,
Kathy King, Debra King, Leah Barton, Sharon Rasinovicz, Glenna Lindell,
Susan Barton, Janice McGraw, Jackie Niles, Loretta Raybuck, Sheila Wolford,
Jane Donaldson, Cindy Konkle, Christine McGraw, Sandra Morrison, Susan
McGraw, Sally Nicholson, Mary Jo McGraw, Toni. Wilson, Dixie Benner, Judith
Yucha, Kathleen Llndell, Judith MeKown, Kathy Benner, Margaret I-leenan, Dana
'Lou Bailor, Jean Latimer, Kathleen Smith
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The Varsity Club this year has twenty-two members. Mr. Ludwig is the
advisor and the officers are:
President........ ....John Rondinelli
Vice President... .........Bill Brown
Secretary. . . . . . . . . . .Lester Lindemuth
T!'08SllI'eI'....... as...-as-on-sum!! TREES
The boys who received jackets this year were: Dennis Shields, Roger
Morrison, John Rondinelli, Patrick Anderson, Don Thomas, Lester Lindemuth,
Charles Barton, and Ralph Wolford.
Stephen Atkin, Max Anderson, Robert Bosko, Tim Gerus, Scott McKay, Dennis
Shields, Frederick Anderson, Ronald Carr, William Brown, Glenn Lindemuth,
Ralph Wolford, Edward Ziegler, Thomas Jamieson, Patrick Keenan, Patrick
Anderson, Paul Morrison, Roger I-brrison, Harry Hopkins, Leslie Lindemuth,
Donald Thomas, Charles Barton, Mr. Ludwig, Advisor.
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Latimer, Jackie wiles, Advisor, Mr. Weir, Carl Pillar, Michael Chappel,
Donald Thomas, Patrick Anderson
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First Place .... . . .Scott racnay
Second Place ........ Tom Sabella
Third Place ...... Larry Anderson
Honorable Mention. . .Tom Johnson
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Warren Drug Store
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Charles Barton, Leslie Lindemuth, Donald Thomas
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Stephen Atkin, Max Anderson, Edward Ziegler, Paul Morrison, Harry Hopkins,
Glenn Lindeluth, Frederick Anderson
Mmchael Chappel, Manager
Kenneth Nicholson, Scorekeeper
William Cyphert, 'rimekeeper
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Pitcher and Out Field Steven Atkin
Pitcher Glenn Lindemuth
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Ed Ziegler, Glenn Lindemuth, Ron Carr, Scott McKay, Tom Jamieson
Coach--M . Paul Ludwig
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John and Dora's Grill
The tree that never had to fight
For sun and air and light
That stood out in the open plain,
And always got it's share of rain,
Never became a forest king
But lived and died a scrubby thing
The man who never had to
who never had to win his share,
Of sun and sky and light and air,
Never became a manly man
But lived and died as he began.
Good timber does not grow in easeg
The stronger wind, the tougher trees.
The farther sky, the greater length,
The more the storm, the more the strengthg
By sun and cold, by rain and snows,
In tree or man good timber grows.
Where thickets stands the forest growth
We find the patriarchs of both,
And they hold converse with the stars
Whose broken branches show the scars
Of many winds and much of strife--
This is the common law of life.
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A due sincerity governs his
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a sunny smile to greet them."
"Do not wish to be anything but
what you are and try to be that
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"Conversation is one of the
greatest pleasures in life.
nLeisure is the mother of
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NA good disposition is more
valuable than gold . "
CHRI STINE GERUS
"He who labors diligently need
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nGood humor is the health
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KATH EEN LINDELL
uThere is a time for laughing
and a time for being sti11.H
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'To talk and laugh made a life
"The woods to roam in search
MARY JO MCGRAW
"Quiet minds cannot be perplexed
"She awaits every day with an
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HThe outdoors is my habitat and
nature is my friend.'
HA light heart lives 1ong.n
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"What wisdom can you find that
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"Laws were made to be broken
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NSincerity is the key to the
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NFun I love but from work I
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NI never met a man I didn'
Class Flower: Rose
NI live in a world of sports
where each opponent poses a
Class Colors: Burgundy and White
Class Motto: We look ahead to the
Challenged by what it
holds for us.
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Now, of my threescore years and ten,
Twenty will not come again,
And take from seventy springs a score,
It only leaves me fifty more.
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Carol Rasimovicz, Dennis Shields
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Dennis Shields, Mary Lynn Benner
Jane Donaldson, Patrick Anderson
Linda Campbell, Donald Thomas
Patrick Anderson, Carol Rasimovicz
Patrick Anderson, James Amos
Mary Lynn Benner
Mary Jo McGraw, Charles Barton
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Virg-Ann Flower Shop
Kate Lindell, Emma Johnson,
Jerry Davis, Bill Cyphert,
Mr. 81 Mrs. Russell Johnson
Mr. 81 Mrs. George McKown
Carol Rasimovicz, Mary Lynn Benner
Date: May 23-24, 1966
Place: Washington, D. C.
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Nancy, Margie, Kathy, Liliana
Kate, Christine, Jean
Jerry Davis, Les Lindemuth
Dennis Shields, Bill Cyphert
Sponsored by Levi Epstein Sons
Carter Shoe Shoe
ALL N ITE PARTY
Date: May 27, 1966
Place: Limestone Lanes
Sponsored by J. C. Penney Company
Watt Office Supply
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Date: May 19, 1966
Place: Croescreek Country Club
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Me1een's Cut Rates
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Mary Jo McGraw
SALUTAIURIAN THIRD HONOR
English Award Mary Lynn Benner
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Baccalaureate service was held
in the high school auditorium on
May 29, 1966, at 4:00 p.m.
uKnow1edge Without love-Nothingn
was the baccalaureate address given
by Reverend William. F. Irwin.
The marshals were Harry Hopkins
President of the Class of 1967, and
Mary Lou Yonek, Secretary.
Sponsored by Valone Shoe Store
Clyde Norris, Inc
The eighty-seventh annual commencement exercises were held in the
high school auditorium at eight o'clock on the evening of May 31.
The following orations were presented:
nhaving Arrived at the Age of Eighteenn ----------- Mary Jo McGraw
Fourth Honor Student
nAnd We Have Promises to Keepu ------------------ Mary Lynn Benner
Third Honor Student
nThe Pursuit For Peacen ------------------------ ---- Judith McKown
nThe Profitable Servantn- ------------------------- Linda Campbell
nRoad Service,n the commencement address, was given by Reverend
Mrs. William Anderson, Tidioute Area Joint Committee Representative,
presented the diplomasg Mr. Charles R. Anderson was in charge of the
presentation of special awards.
An instrumental trio was given by Christine Gerus, Jane Donaldson,
and Dennis Shields.
Class representatives were Lynn Ulf and Dennis 3hie1ds,
Sponsored by Sabe1la's Chocolate Shop
The Class of 1966 would like to take this opportunity
'nFarewe1l, Lilianna. We hope you enjoyed being here
as we enjoyed having you.
to the visit
you have said
you so rapidly
we have had from you. We were
sad to see you leave.
never forget the times we spent
about our town and our country,
adjusted to our way of life.
We sincerely hope that someday you will
May God bless you always.n
things must come to an end.' This certainly
all happy to see you
with you, the things
and the way in which
be able to return to
I wish to take this opportunity to thank the senior class, the
faculty, the community, and all my friends for
the many things they
have done for me during my stay here. I have enjoyed it very much
and I regret leaving--knowing I have so many friends here.
Everybody here has made me feel as though I am at home--al-
though I am so very Ear from my own home.
I appreciate how everyone went out of his way to help me to do
back to this
ty to come
visit me and
like to especially thank Mr. and Mrs. Latimer and their
daughter Jean for accepting me into their home.
Thank you all so very much.
to show me places. I hope someday to be able to come
country. In the meantime-if anyone has the opportuni-
to my country, I would like to invite them to come and
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Tidioute water Co
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