Titusville High School - Optimist Yearbook (Titusville, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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A person who is sincerely interested in others, she is always ready and willing to lend a helping' hand or give her sound advice whenever it is needed. Miss Lehni, who is a 1l1C'1l1lJCl' of our lfnglish Department, has directed several class plays and has also served as junior Class advisor for four years. We hope this will help to express to her our deep appreciation for her genuine concern for our welfare. XVC will always wish for her the best that life can give. u MiXRG.'XRlC'I' li. LEIIM . ,lolm Ilillllligllll, Husi zlgx-1'3 Ilzmvlml Vcclmlcs, Rosa XI u'y Kelly, Hctty Nvlson, ,lorry Cutunm ' , .I.uk1c llurtmzm, llnry Rupp, blanc Klim-, Nancy Gilslm, Vzltty Lynch, Carol Harry, Mac .XntiH. Mmisv Kzlutur. r I. ff l, Q O I I S 45 This hook was mzulc lj pussilmlc ll1ruug'l1 thc- . g'c1lL'rwsity' uf our palm I'UIlS-4' C XYC zlskcml :mel thcy 1 Qzlvc- X 3 A ' V I I -W ' in N nl -4- -4- 815123 17 I S V,!',--it-T rv-1 X ,f 1 . ' ' . 'ri A' - . 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GRANT COIXIPANY GOUGH INSURANCE GOULD'S SHOE STORE GULLAND'S MARKET HOPKINS SPORTING GOODS STORE ISALY DAIRY STORES DR. HARRY KANHOFEIR KELLY'S NEVVS STAND I. L. LOCKE N. ALLEN LOVE IXI 81 M STORE MARTIN'S MARKET flahawi N.XIQY'S I4If.XI"IIY SIIOI' SII.XI"I"ICR IIUBIIC .XI'I'I.I.XNCIC SIfJIxI McNIICIQNI'fY MUSIC SIIUI' SIIOPICNIC -IICXN'ICI,RY S'I'UIQ G. C. NII'RI'lIY COMIHXNY SIIREYIC IN'I'ICRIURS XXX-IZUI,ID SIIUI'I'Ii ICIDNN M. SNIXILXIQIJ, IIII"'I'S I'IXI..XL'If I..XI'NIJRY 'I'UI,I.fJL'II INSl'R.XNCIi I'IiNN IDRICSS SIIUI' XY.XSIIINIE'I'UN I,I'NCII I Ix.X'I"II'S SI'UII'I'INIZ GOODS STORE XVICIIICRS RICS'II.'XI'IQ.'XN'II I I'IiICI4I.I'fS. XYII,I.YS NIUTUR S.XI.IiS XYIC.XX'I'1Ii'S STURIC I'IQIiN.X'I"I"S IJUI'GIINI"II SIIOI' XX'II.I.I.XRIS .XNIJ HUMAN NIZLIQ N NORTON HXIQIIICR SHOP Y- III. C. A. 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CLARK History Edinboro State 'I'eacher's College Penn State College LINNA NASON COLBERT Home Economics Tlioinas Normal Training School VAUGHN ERRETT Industrial Arts Bowling Green University lfl.lZAl3lf'l'H M. Fllilf Latin and English Grove City College Plioovjo GUM -:English Carnegie Institute of Technology i K VV. A. HELFRICH Science Duquesne University University of Pittsburgh IJUOYD M. KINGSLEY Guidance Director and Puhlie School Psychologisp Grove City Collegeqs Penn State College ' , JOHN STODDQXRD KOOKOCEY lXl2ltl16lIlZ1tlCS l'enn State College Columbia University M.'XRG.'XRlC'l' lf. LFHM French ancl lfnglisli University of l'ittsluurgli Penn State College CZIAIJYS li. lXleKlNNlCY English Allegheny College jOllN l,. VOXVIQRS Music Carnegie Institute of Technology JXRNAXNID SHANFR Social Sciences Lock llaven State 'l'eaclier's College l.ORR,XlNl'i 'l'OlXl4XSlfK Business Grove City College IXIILDRICD li. 'l'HOlXll'SON Physical liclucation Slippery Rock State 'l'eaelier's College ROY VAN IIORN Physical liclueation Slippery Rock State 'l'eacl1er's College University of Vittslmurgli Ol,lYl2R li. VVl'iS'lilfR Science lfclinboro State 'lleaelier's College University of Pittslmrgli DONQXLD S. XYILIC Business Grove City College C. lf. XYlNlJOl"'l' Industrial .Xrts Kalamazoo State 'liCZl.Cllt'l'lS College .Izmc Tuck. cclitorg Albert s ln sports to wiuf-H c mlifl Hut uit C L'I1IllllH1'0Q1 Inghzuu, black Huscr. Carol Ifclwzlrcls, lic-tty Ruscquist, Cyntlmiu Rzulzlck. -1-ei '5 tc? IZ1 8'-9' amide!! Sqaac! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Yvars I'lnym' Pos. Clrms No. Hf. Wf. 1111 I'l1l-yer Pos. Class No. IH. IVT, Sqzmfl "'l1111'11- IJ1111111- Sr. 411 152 4 111711rw111111 Mycl' 1. Sr. 65 6-2 1811 111111111 1':1l1L'1' Ylr. 42 178 2 1132110 l:fll1f11111l11 11, .111 66 5-11 1711 1,-11121111 81111111 111 43 147 2 Chris 1511111114215 lf. 111 67 5-11 1413 N11g'1'1' K1z1g'111' S11. 44 161 1 '1'11111 1'1'1111y '1'. 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One defeat at the hands of Corry and the tie with Greenville were all that kept the Rockets from a perfect, unblemished record. A hard-charging line, a speedy, shifty backfield and the good coaching of Robert "Red" Lytle combined to make this year's team a team to remember. Thanks to our "dream team" the Derrick-Blizzard Trophy will remain in our showcase for another year. This is the second consecutive year it has been in our possession. One more win and it's ours-for keeps! It was Coach Lytle who made the "T-Formation" click for the Rockets this year. He deserves a lot of credit, not only from the students of Colestock, but from the players themselves. He has done an outstanding job, and we, the Class of '51, wish him success with his future teams. We hope they will do as Well as ours! Seniors who have pulled off their jerseys for the last time are: Bob Gustafson, Merle Dibble, jack Buser, Cecil Harrison, Durwood Myers, Glen Dillon, Tom Morrical, and Bill Curtis. FOOTBALL SCORES FOR 1950 Titusville Oil City 13 Titusville Millcreek 0 Titusville Warreii 20 Titusville Greenville 6 Titusville Northeast 1-l Titusville Corry 20 Titusville Kane 6 Titusville Franklin 13 Titusville Girard 6 36412614611 sqm! . . Q .1,..s.Qmmasmf Varsify MG. Dilluu mul. Huscr WRC. llzu'1'is1m MINI Uibblc MH. f:l1StZl.fSlJll will Hislmp will lmsku C. lluliukzls 'lf Rowe G Schlusscl' MIK. liimlruml XD SlCXYZl1't XID Llulmsmm :FR l3uug'h11cr XB. Murris fHDC!'INZlll HJ Klrfuy KID XlcKlz111ig'lc N l'1'i11g'lc: bl. fuliull Class Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. br. jr. blr. Ir. jr. bl V. .1 -I 11 'I 12 bu Su S6 lfl' bo So Years on Squad 3 3 3 3 3 2 Z 2 9 2 2 2 I 1 l 1 I I I 1 Ht. No. 6-O 5- 5- 5- 5- 5- 5 6- 6 6 6 5 5 6 5 6 5 5 6 5 Years Varsity Class n VI, Ht. N0 Squad T. Prody So. l 6-Ig -LZ B. 'jack Su. l 5-'I 44 G. Geclcon So. l 6-2 -ll D. Dczmc So. I 5-2 47 tl. Boclzuuer So. I 5-9 22 Ur. Yarsity Lcttcrmcn. 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UHF I Uvertinug Pav Trail Again nl B This was a year that the Rockets provided the fans with some of the smoothest basketball and most exciting contests since the Titusville District Champions of 1947. It was also our best season since 1947. The boys brought home the victory 15 nights while only dropping 4 contests. Nine straight wins started off the season before we were taken over by Cranberry and Meadville. From there on it was a nip-and-tuck race for league leadership among Titusville, Meadville, and Oil City. Never-to-be-forgotten games were the 57-50 victory over Meaclville and the season finale-a heart-breaking one-point loss to Oil City that gave the district crown to Meadville. We donlt see how any team-before us or after us-could provide a more thrilling season of basketball than our boys provided. Lost to the team through graduation will be: Jack Buser, Merle Dibble, Glen Dillon, Bob Gustafson, Cecil Harrison, and Don Bishop. BASKETBALL SCORES FOR 1950-51 Date Opponent Place T-ville Opp. Dec. 12 Corry Home 57 43 Dec. 15 Greenville Home 44 41 Dec. 19 Cranberry Home 59 46 Dec. 22 Corry Away 58 50 jan. VVarren Away 51 41 jan. Grove City Away 52 33 jan. 12 Franklin Home 52 42 jan. 16 Greenville Away 47 37 Jan. 19 Grove City Home 63 49 Jan. 23 Cranberry Away 39 60 Jan. 26 Meadville Away 37 59 jan. 30 Oil City Home 60 49 Feb. XAIZITFCII Home 51 41 Feb. Franklin Away 57 58 Feb. 13 St. Vincent Away 57 37 Feb. 16 Millcreek Home 54 45 Feb. 20 Erie Tech Home 53 37 Feb. 23 Meadville Home 57 50 Feb. 27 Oil City Away 59 61 . Coached by Mr. Yan Horn and Mr. Blood, with Ray Erickson as Senior lllanager, the Rocket wrestlers this year had a very good season. This is a sport that1s really catching' on in a big way at Colestock, and we have a team to be proud of. Wie started off with a bang, pinning back Erie Tech 37-17. Season record was -1 matches won against 5 matches lost. Scores tell the storyfalmost every match was close and hard-fought. XYe were fortunate once again in having the District Semi-Finals and Finals in Titusville. Pride and joy of the locals was Louis VVagner, who reached the Finals in the 95 lb. class. As a Sophomore, wrestling in competition for the first time, Louis turned in an cxce1.ent performance. Sophomores and juniors made up the entire squad this year. Sophomores on the roster were Louis XYagner, 95 lbs.: Ronald Kerr. 112 lbs.: Russell llummer, 133 lbs.: Roger Ncflce, 1-15 lbs.: Roger Sterling. 15-1 lbs.: and llarold Knapp, 125 lbs. From the junior Class: Norman Nilson, 103 lbs.: Ronald Mclntyre, 120 lbs.: lidward XVheeling, 127 lbs.: and Carl Caron. 185 lbs. -SCORES- A Qpgioinent Tifiusvillc Opponent N gi, in-ie lu-11-11 37 17 K x , 4 XYarren---1 1 39 10 K .f X Greenvil1e'.X O 47 I Grove Citysk 18 25 xx " on City--ll 22 23 lg X , X'Yarren-4,X 25 1-1 A , 1. 7 if 5 Greenville-111 7 33 5: l on city-.x Z2 20 B b 1 Grove City-v-11 ll 32 1 -.mg 5 Ml Garon Myer E li Wheeling M 1+ 1.1 I s ' 'B-. + Y il ws .ag A 2.-i Q. E3 Kerr . 33 my 'x A iw sb , - 5 ' Keyes 3 5 1. ix 'X Spencer Magee , 'L g Ep I N? f 'S K.--x 5 . 7 WF ' ' Wagner 4 , VR Dick Wheeling , Avi,-1 -3: .,. E 3 Nilson X " R: ,ff 4 Sterling Hummer Q' W , f' fffw, mm McIntyre X n 'V 5.45 Knapp 3 6 i F! 2 ,il 50 '7eam For three years track has been a growing sport at Colestock-ever since it was made a varsity activity in 1949. 1950 saw some keen competition in District 10 contests. We were able to overcome good squads from Oil City and Corry, but later lost meets to Oil City and Warreii. The Triangular Meet involving Oil City, Meadville and come in a strong second. Titusville saw the Rockets Big hope of the rooters in '50 was big Jim Ruesch who copped the District honors in the discus throw. Later in State-wide competition we were mighty proud of jim when he came home with eighth place honors. The big "T" went to: G. Dillon M. Clark XR. M. Brown S. Obernian D. Bird E. Kerr XD. Nichols Kerr M. Dibble C. Duliakas D. Myer D. Stover U. Ruesch T. Rowe '50 '7eam 'fSeniors of '50 Our valiant but outplayed golf team finished the year with only one win to its credit against five defeats. Lawrence Park lost to the locals in a home match. Since none of the players were Seniors, this year's matches 'provided valuable experience for next year's team which is sure to come through with a bigger win record. In addition to the regular season play three of the team members participated in the District 10 match played this year at Wanango Country Club in Reno. Bob Gustafson, joe Bodamer, and Tom Morrical represented Titusville and gave a good account of themselves. During the regular season's play Bob Gustafson played the Number One mang Tom Morrical occupied the Number Two spotg joe Bodainer, Number Three: Art Peebles held down Number Fourg and Ossie Reynolds and Dan Farley alternated playing Number Five position. Four of last year's varsity will be back for next year's competition. The team is coached by Lloyd Kingsley. MATCHES May l Grove City Home Lost May 3 Lawrence Park Away Lggt May 9 Grove City Away Lost May ll Franklin Away Lost May 12 Lawrence Park lloine VVon May 19 District 10 Franklin Lost L xi . . 4 6 I Uheefzleadeaa You Rocks-ts, lfight, liight, liightl :tml wc mlirl. Right mm Llirmigli fimiii liuutlmzlll season into Hzislcvtlmzlll. 'llhc huys will thc hcm'h :irc really hzickccl up hy our poppy Cllk't'I'lC1ltlL'l'S who lczul thc luyzil Ruclqct fzms in c-utliusizlstic :xml unitcml clit-criiig mi gzum- nights. 'l'hu skill nl the-so girls was mit zxttzlim-ml withmit lung hutirs of lim-fl work. 'lllu-5' :wc ll gnml Cl1l'l'I'lIlQ unit :Lml wc can ht- pruml wlicn thcy 11-p1'csc1it us at uthcr sclimrls. XYQ will put the-in in Cmn- pctitimm with :my ntlici' wutfit wc hnvc scvn this ycnr :xml wzltuli tht-in win. 'lllivy 1101 tugctlicr, imwc lHQ,'k'llll'l'. :tml zilmwst think tfwggctlici' as :L cmirfliiizmtcml unit. l'zltsv 5-zuihml. :L sciiwr, is hcml clit-cr lczulcr, . , . . . with Dmiim ifuilml, Putty l,l1llIUll,hl1lCliIL' llarl- mzm, l':ltty 'l'm'k ziml Sliirlvy 'lpliiismi hui' able zlml faithful zlssistzmts. Miss CZLTSUII is tht-ir mlvisur. XXX- hzul :1 hrillizmt vvzu' iii zlthh-tics . :tml mir clu'v1'lczulci's slizlrc in thc' glory. litllllllti Q 1l.l'SUl1 ,,...-ff! fitiv im Q 5110111 1110 lima L. XX ill Imml tu fpzlrc 1011117831141 i l l1.1t XYl't'UlllllSl11ll' I ll'u'lmzm N XYH 4 Z. .t.l I ldcu Huclilcv 1 -clitur: Mary v l'l4I1l'I' l'1'iwill'1 4- H ' l,l'Cll2lH, I':X'Qlj'll fHSlPll. lzmc-1 Hun 51111 Xlllllllll 5 ' 1 JIPIJN 1" ' ,1 1" -I 1 H". I 'I 1,1 n"' -Z 14 Glad Providing programs for Assemblies was the job of the Assembly Club, a job that turned out to be lots of work along with the fun. When we met with Miss McKinney, our advisor, the ideas would fly thick and fast. Putting them into shape was a different matter. But we had lots of fun presenting our student sing early in the year, followed by a variety show that brought down the house. The quiz show later on really put the students, and faculty too, through their paces. Everyone seemed to enjoy the programs we did put on a great deal, and we enjoyed the experience we got out of it. We are very grateful to Miss McKinney for her help and guidance and for helping make our Assembly Club a real success. '59W14 - - fbaahe alla 6' L The '59ers Drake History Club was organized in 1947 to study local history, and has .since completed several booklets concerning Titusville and vicinity. W Our club attended the Northwestern district conference of the Pennsyl- vania Federation of junior Historians, held in Meadville this year. john Hannigan, elected president at the meeting held in Titusville last year, pre- sided over the meeting on .Xpril 26. VVe joined this group in I9-18, and last year one of our booklets was published in their bi-yearly magazine, "The junior Historian." During the Pennsylvania XN'eek celebration our club was called upon to place an exhibit on display at the Y. M. C. A. Ours was the only educational exhibit in an otherwise completely industrial presentation. VVe met with our advisor, Miss Clark, during activities period on Monday. afzfiilq Glad Every boy that has earned a letter in a varsity sport or any girl with two years of cheerleading to her credit is eligible to become a member of the Varsity Club. The purpose of the club is: "To improve the scholastic standing of the athletes of Colestock High School 3 to aid the athletic authorities in every way possible and to produce athletic teams whose members are worthy represen- tatives of the student body." This year to obtain funds to buy athletic sweaters and awards, we sold air-filled cushions for the comfort of the spectators at games. VVe also operated hot dog concessions at the various athletic events. -"em "A book on Pennsylvania, please," said a voice. "Here you are. Please bring it back before next Friday," was the polite response of our efficient student librarian. This girl was one of the twenty-two members of our Librarians' Club, which meets in the Library every Thursday during Activities Period. Many interesting things are discussed during our meetings, such as how to classify books, how to make displays, and how to help other students with reference work. At the beginning of the year we were each assigned a shelf to our care. This includes putting books back and keeping the shelf in order. Two of us work at the desk each period. VVe also learn how to select books for the library. The chief purpose of our club is to give girls who are interested in books and future library work a chance to learn about this field. Our advisor is Miss Carson. SIWZMIG ' The Student Council of Titusville High School is a link between the student body and the faculty. Two members from each home room are elected to this organization, enabling all of the students to be represented. At our bi-weekly meetings we have an opportunity to express our ideas to the faculty, and in return learn the views of the school officials toward student activities. During the course of the school year many things were accomplished. The writing of a new constitution was our major project. Additional activities included the selection of assemblies for next year, sponsoring dances after the basketball games, and formation of a committee to keep the building and grounds more neat. eolefifack Siege eaew Behind the scene at every Colestock dramatic production there's a lot of work going on,-the kind of work that takes a lot of time and brings very little glory. The Stage Crew fills the tasks of operating the stage lights and setting up and operating the spot lights, moving the properties, and cleaning up after each event. Silently and depcndably this reliable crew worked to make each production at Colestock a memorable event. 4mm Glad Over 90 boys enrolled this year in Colestock's Farm Club. which is open to anyone interested in the agricultural field. In addition to our regular meetings we made several trips, including visits to the Valley View Turkey Farm and the G. L. F. Feed Store. Agricultural movies aided greatly in making our club program instructional and worthwhile. Our advisor and the one who arranged our trips and programs was Mr. Brady. 0 The Orchestra is one of those indispensable organizations that is called on at many occasions to give its time and talents toward the success of a program. School plays and Commencement exercises were a few of the times the orchestra was happy to provide just the type of music desired. There were several new members in our organization this year. We all want to thank our leader, Mr. Powers, for his interest and patience in helping us work up a fine orchestra. Jam One of the most enjoyable of our extra-curricular activities is the Choir, which this year numbered 55 voices. Under the patient leadership of Mr. Powers we developed a group that helped in Assembly programs and partici- pated in Forensic competition. Trips were made to the Forensic contests in Franklin and the Festival held in Albion. Another event that developed a considerable amount of interest was the Band and Choir Concert held for the public on December 5th. Some of us may sing in college glee clubs next year, some will be through their schooling, and some will be staying with the Colestock Choir. But for all of us there will always be a warm spot for this Choir which we loved so well. Bam! All the home football games, the Halloween Parade, the Christmas Parade, the Pennsylvania Week Parade, and the Band and Choir Concert were some of the occasions when the Band got an opportunity to display its talents during the year. Heading the parades and marches were Majorettes Sandra Leithead, Cynthia Radack, Marjorie Anderson, Nancy Hutchinson, Joyce johnson, and Carole Edwards. One of the events we looked forward to the most was the Band and Choir Concert which required a lot of work and practice to make it better than it had ever been before. Still to come up are the Forensic Contests which we hope to win. Much of the credit for what we have accomplished goes to Mr. Powers who directed our rehearsals and helped us work out the intricate figures that pleased the football crowds at half-time. Pep Bam! Co-student directors Tom Anderson and Sarah Morris, with the assist- ance of our faculty director, Mr. Powers, have done a fine job this year in organizing our snappy Pep Band. Our peppy music has helped to enliven all the pep meetings and basketball games. On December 19, we played for "Old Saint Nick" when he made his appearance here in Titusville. The purpose of the Pep Band is to take care of every engagement where it is impossible to take the entire band and to play for pep meetings. 'Jr was 'UK 4 Q if ,Q 5 Q W 'Q , 5 Aa. pl. 4 A -sh M14 S HER, N ,M -1- we x 5 5 qi ! fi g ' gi, N55 as S, ,Qi lj ,irq 2 i -wi? 3 N ff: 9:1 P 1 Q 1 'X Y 1 ,Q ,fi S .,.. V U Q, , Em ,..,. . fx U 23. W , Vf,' ,Ma feaiefui' GM To stimulate interest in good sportsmanship and to promote sportsman- likc attitudes and conduct are the purposes of the Leaders' Club of Colestock. Qrganized in l949, it is one of the newest clubs in the school. The Girls' Leaders' Club meets during activities period on VVednesdays and also Monday nights in the gym. A "B" average is one of the require- ments for membership on the part of all the girls, in addition to a sincere interest in athletics. Activities include helping conduct classes, watching class demonstrations, and learning various types of recreational activity. Meetings of the Boys' Leaders' Club are held every other VVednesday during activities period. New members are selected for the club by our advisor, Mr. Yan Horn. Instruction during gym classes is a practical way to encourage better athletics and learn the fundamentals of physical education. qululze 7eac!zen4 of fqmmica Under the able supervision of Mr. Lloyd Kingsley we were able to have a very successful club this year. VVe organized in the fall and elected officers. Under the name of the Mary Colestock Club we gained a national charter. which made us a member of the National Future Teachers of America. Our main purposes are to learn about opportunities in teaching, to cultivate qualities essential to becoming a good teacher, and to further the development of student leadership. We used several projects to help us make our club worthwhile: we assisted with school parades, took over classes, and helped out in various civic projects, such as the March of Dimes Campaign. Throughout the year Mr. Kingsley, through his lectures during meetings. has helped us to understand just what we must expect in a teaching career. NVe are very grateful to him for his help and guidance. 'Wm fbw Trying to get a better working knowledge of the theater is the aim of the Dramasquers. Acting, makeup, and stage work are the three main areas of study at our regular Monday meetings. Miss Lehm is our advisor. This year we concentrated on a study of one-act plays. Several good opportunities for pracgice were afforded by the assembly programs we gave at various times during the year. Raising the money for our Club was almost as much fun as the theatrical work. VVe sold monogrammed socks and delicious home-made candy in lllemorial Hall. 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'l'lic llHllllllll.lk'L' lizul rlmic Zlll stzmrliiig julm in l1llllilllgll1lS tlic clzmcc ul :ill ll2lllL'4'x ofzed MX 'I' '1 1' N Thu umlcrgrzul I,C21l'IliI1Q' fast: 'I'l1z1t is, if all the 'II-zlclmcrf last X oo C00 ' HFC Alcorn, Virginia Anderson, Dorothy Anderson, Gwen Anderson, James Anderson, Parma Anderson, Richard Anderson, Robert Antill, Mae Bangs, Anabel Bangs, Arthur Banta, Helen Barber, Barbara Beach, Dennis Beauchat, John Beers, Russel Bennett, Howard Bierce, Kenneth Bodamer, Joseph Bohin, Charles Booth, Carol Brady, Lawrence Brady, Patty Brewster, Robert Brickner, Margaret Brown, Sally Brown, Shirley Burdick, Theodore Burgeson, Mary Lou Burns, Edward Cafini, Angela Callen, Tom Carmichael, Mary Clark, Janet Charlesworth, Jane Chick, Cynthia Christy, Wanda Cogan, Marilyn Come, Richard Cotton, Jack Covell, Anna Crawford, Carol Daub, Cammillia Davis, Robert Deane, Duane Dillinger, Donna Drake, Lloyd, Jr. Duliakas, Nick Edwards, Carol Eckblom, Betty Fay, Patricia Fenstermaker, Shirley Fielding, Marilyn Findlay, Arlene Fink, Lloyd Fisher, Susanne Flickner, Eugene Foote, Bessie Sofzfaomaaea Forssell, Susan Gedeon, George Gifford, Caroline Glenn, Thomas Grandin, Ann Gustafson, Joan Halfast, Irene Shirley Hamilton, David Hanna, Joseph Harger, James Harris, Richard Harrison, Dorothy Harry, Carole Hart, Clyde Herman, James Hicks, Richard Hilliard, Joan Hipwell, Ronald Hollabaugh, Patty Hummer, Russ Hurlburt, Martha Ingham, Albert Jack, Bill Jackson, Dorothy Jennings, Starr Johnson, Priscilla Johnson, Sh-irley Jolly, Edward Kantor, Louise Kellogg, Guy Kerr, Kenneth Kerr, Richard Kerr, Ronald Kightlinger, Virginia Kinch, Virginia King, Gordon Kline, Jane Knapp, Harold Kopp, Mary Krepp, Ralph Lesko, Martin Lindmark, Linnea Lynch, Patricia McCoy, Richard McIntyre, Keith McNellie, William Magee, Roger Mallory, James Manross, Manley Marvin, Jacqueline Miller, Ronald W. Morris, Boyd Motter, Richard Murphy, Barbara Myer, Edward Nelson, Agnes Nichols, Carey Oakes, Duane Oberman, Gerald Ongley, Jean Pangborn, Ronnie Peebles, Douglas Peebles, Roger Pennell, Fred Phillips, Louise Platt, Mary Lou Prenatt, Priscilla Pringle, Norman Prody, Shirley Prody, Tom Proper, Joyce Ralston, Marilyn Randolph, Thomas Raszman, Daniel Reynolds, Bruce Rice, Paul Ricke, Anna Marie Roderick, Catherine Rodgers, Warren Roggenkamp, Ned Root, Shirley Ropp, Virginia Rowe, Shirley Russel, C. James Sloan, Mary Slother, Jean Southwick, Martha Southwick, Sally Stearns, Harris Sterling, Roger Straub, Darel Stuck, Ernest Swanson, Marlene Switzer, Keith Tolan, Shirley Tuck, Patricia Vanderhoof, Virginia Van Guilder, Avanelli Viglo, Maria Wagner, Joanne Wagner, Louis, Jr. Wagner, Shirley Wahlin, Jane Waid, Edward Waid, Joan Wakefield, Dick Warren, Delma Jane Watson, Mary Alice Watson, Nancy Waychoff, Nancy White, Evelyn Weber, Nancy Whitehill, Gary Wright, Dorothy Wright, Leonard '7za!z...7wA 941114 KENNETH j. PATTERSON August 8, 1934-january 15, 1951 AWAY I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead! He is just away! VVith a cheery smile, and a Wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown land. And left us dreaming how very fair It must be, since he lingers there. And you,-O you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return,- Think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Hereg Mild and gentle as he was brave,- When the sweetest love of his life he gave To simple things :-where the violets grew Pure as the eyes they were likened to. The touches of his hands have strayed. As reverently as his lips have prayed. Think of him still as the same. I sayg I-Ie is not dead-he is just away! james VVhitcomb Riley Nuulanl Zfliiau 'n Kantor, Mary Archer D 1 Rocclcr Grant Olson 1 ij 6' 6 2 J Y I3 11 lu U ff A 6 Ha' no 2 X9 B B.. 3 D 8 as e 4 x 7 5 f ff! RJX' Alderman, Bertha Anderson, George Anderson, Lois Anderson, Marjory Anderson, Nancy Antill, Barbara Archer, Mary Barker, Ruby Billig, David Bird, Donald Bloomster, Dorothy Boughner, Ronald Brown, James Brown, Jayne Buser, Herb Caldwell, Harry Callen, William Canada, Kathleen Carlson, Gary Cauvel, Joyce Claflin, Florence Clark, Shirley Curtis, John Decker, Janice Deitrick, Jack Donovan, Joan Duliakas, Christopher Duncan, Mary Eddy, Regis Edwards, Gerald Ekblom, Jane Elder, Glen Ellis, James Emert, Doris Farley, Daniel Fay, Joan Fay, John Fleury, Frederick Flick, Margaret Foster, J o Ann Frank, Violet Frey, LuEtta Garon, Carl Gettinger, Barbara Gigone, Henry Gilson, Nancy Goodman, Dale Goodwill, Delbert Goodwill, Madeline Gilewski, Joseph Gustafson, Harry Hamilton, Glenn Hannigan, Christopher Harrington, June Hartman, Jacqueline Harvey, Ronald Hawk, Sally Heisterman, Ronald Henc, Jack Hipple, June Holmes, Erma Hoover, Sharon Hutchinson, Nancy Irwin, Naomi Johnson, Joe Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Richard Jones, Barbara Kantor, Evelyn Kerr, Pauline Kertcher, David Kindred, Tom Kinney, Rachel Leithead, Sandra Lesko, Don Linde, Christine Lindquist, Mary Ann Linnon, Patty Locke, Paul Lowros, Albert MacMillan, Mary Ellen MacQuarrie, Donna McBride, James McClellan, Robert McElhaney, Helen McGarvie, Joan McIntyre, Ronald Mclver, Audrey Malstrom, Leonard Manross, Jean Manross, Paul Marsh, Gary Mercer, Jean Millar, Robert Nash, Thomas Nellis, Rosalie N ilson, Norman Olson, Evelyn Olson, Grant Ongley, Helen Patterson, Kenneth Pettit, Milton Proper, Joan Radack, Cynthia Ralston, Evelyn Ray, Alvin Rice, Maurice Rigby, Audrey Ripper, Joyce Robertson, Carol Rodgers, Marilyn Roeder, Richard Rogers, Barbara Roggenkamp, Richard Rosequist, Betty Rowe, Tom Ruttan, Willard Sampson, Ronald Schlosser, Eugene Schneider, Kenneth Servey, Jack Shadle, David Shank, Shirley Skelly, Shirley Smith, Philip Snyder, Mary Sopher, Everett Sorrell, Shirley Spencer, Richard Slater, Carol Sterling, Joanne Stewart, Richard Stover, Donald Thomas, Donald Timmis, Janet ' Vinopal, Sarah Wagner, John Wallace, Janet Walters, Judson Waldroup, Harry Ward, Delores Warner, Lester Waychoff, Richard Weber, Kenneth Wheeling, Edward Williams, Delores Wright, Wilbur Wright, Viola Biggest Flirt: Louanne Harris Blane Mattison Best Dancers: Barbara Worden Cecil Harrison Most Likely To Succeed: Sarah Morris Sam Oberman Best All-round: Delores Davis Glen Dillon Best Dressed: Patsy Sanford Ken Worden Most Musical: Sarah Morris Bill Randolph Most Studious: Anne Sallaway Jim Shadle Best Artists: Mary Stover Dick Trudgen MU? Ulfffv. AROUND THE CLOCK Best Personality: Delores Davis Bill Prenatt Most Dependable: Helen Buckley Willis Behr Best Looking: Patsy Sanford Glen Dillon Best Actors: Most Athletic: Helen Snyder Bob Gustafson Most Courteous: Sally Kunz James Christy Peppiest: Helen Snyder John Hannigan Class Cut-up: Rose Mary Kelly Martha Burgeson Dick Anderson Wayne Hamilton 1 N' iw? if Mr T1 I I . vzfh sk -1- Q N? Sayid Mi if 2. 'VN , Q -as .E X X .osx NN xx ax r " K -, 1 Q-A f 'SE' " qw fgsi- .Qf .W MLS 4 xx Yi UVQUQNS' Q' 3 - 1 ml X X '4 . f '15 :T xi' 9 W Q Hi :Yum 'Y Q Q nxicnu.P.K 1rK.1J"+. M."lu."'e. Ulafu Poem "Hail - Class of '51" Memories that linger and never die, Are the men1'ries we've shared in Colestock High One step along life's way is ended, One rung of the ladder has been ascended. As conquerors, our victory's won, We dare not fail, what's done is done. We've shared our joy and all our sorrow, And now we face the new tomorrow. "Yes, the prize is ours!" we'll shout, "The battles won without a doubt. VVe dare not wait, we cannot fail! Oh Class of '51 we hail !" Martha Burgesou Glafu Sang Tune: Alma Mater Time has come when we must leave you, Dear old Colestock High, Portals rich with aspiration, Pointed to the sky. Loud we sing of our devotion Teachers fair and kind, May the nobler thoughts you've taught us, Linger in our minds. CHORUS- Brown and gold weill ne'er forget you, Always we'll be true, Ever in our hearts we'll cherish, Memories of you. Sarah Morris ff f W, ff .Xs wc recall wc XVCFQ thc best- Nu. not stuclcnt .I 1151 plain posts N f , f ' X' f 'I fy f ff , ff X 1' f , , ,V , X f , ,f lf f 'ff V, If Vf ,iff 1 ff , I ,f V, f' X ,flfffl X' V, X, X! Glwu Ujjxm RICHARD W. ANDERSON "Dick" Always clowning. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Boxing 1, Dancing Club 3, 45 Football 2. Interest: Hunting, fishing, and Dramats. Ambition: To run a sports store. JANE BIERCE ".lm1i0" A gal with plenty of laughs for everybody. Commercial course. Dramat- ics Club. Interest: Dancing, reading, poetry, and roller skating. Ambition: To better my dancing and have a good time. PRESTON THoMAs BIsHoP, JR. "Tom" Loves to enjoy himself at parties. General course. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4: All Sp0rtS Club 4: Student Council 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 4. 4. Interest: Wine, women, and song. Ambition: To travel all over the world. GERALD F. COTTON "Jerry" A pleasing personality-he's everyone's friend. Academic course. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Track 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 49 Sportsmans Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club 4: History Club 43 Leaders Club 3, 43 Optimist Business Staff 4: Senior' Play, Jr. Class Treas- urerg Sr. Class President: Student Council 3. Interest: Dramats, Cleveland Indians. Ambition: Chemist. MADELYN ARLENE CRAwFoRn "Mac" Often seen, never heard-has a sweet disposition. General course. Dancing Club 23 Band 1, 2: Student Council 4, Jr. Class Secretary: Sr. Class Secretary. Interest: "I'm still looking." Ambition: To travel around the world. WILLIS N. BEHR "Willie" A sharp wit-seldom fazed. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Football 2: Track 3, 43 Danc- ing Club 3, 4. Interest: Cars and other mechanical "gizmos" Sports and Dramats. Ambition: To own a sports store in partnership with Anderson. JAMES DONALD BISHOP "Squinfs" "Bish" Loquacious, full of pep, and never still. General course. Golf 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 43 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Dancing Club 3, All Sports Club 2, 4. Interest: Sports and money. Ambition: To make a cool million fast and let my other millions roll in. ROBERT BOOTH "Bohn Known for the "Chevie" he wishes to get rid of. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 45 Farm Club 4. Interest: Used cars. Ambition: To sell the "Chev- ie." IsABi-:L KERR nlzzyu That smile of hers will take her through life. General course. Dramatics Club 2: Optimist Staff 3, 4: Junior Play: F. T. A. 3: Choir 2, 3, 4: Trotty Veck 2, 3. Interest: Paul and horses. Ambition: Nurse. HARoLp PE1-1BLEs "Haruki" Very sociable fellow with a Dleasant smile. General course. Band 2, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Dancing Club 2, 3: Junior Play: Sen- ior Play: Business Staff: History Club 4: Pep Band 4: Class Treasurer 49 Sports- mans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: People. Ambition: To go to college. SHIRLEY JEAN BRADY "Shir" "Dcrlv" A cute little miss, she has the "rare" art of being quiet at the right time. Commercial course. Dancing Club 2, Pep Squad 3. Interest: Music, reading, hair styles. Ambition: Beautician. MARTHA JI-:AN BIIRm:EsoN u1fIll'gIl'H Often seen, often heard, this gal really gets around. Commercial course. G. A. A. 2, Choir 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Trotty Veck 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 2, 3, Dancing Club 2, 3. Interest: Music and having a good time. Ambition: Secretary. HELEN BUCKLEY "Bucky" Gets a kick out of life, ready to lend anyone a helping hand. General course. Choir 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 3, Junior Play, History Club 4, Optimist Staff 4. Interest: Frank. Ambition: Child nurse. JOHN JOSEPH Bus!-:R "Juris" Steady, quiet, friendly, has a nice personality. General course. Student Council 2, 4, Treasurer 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, Sports- mans Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer Sportsmans Club 4: Optimist Staff 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, All Sports Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1. Interest: Cleveland Indians and Notre Dame. Ambition: To own a con- trolling interest in the Cleve- land Indians so I could see every game. DONALD CAMPBELL KKDOTL!! Never a dull moment when Don's around. General course. Visual Edu- cation 4, Track, Photogra- phy, Football, Farm Club. Interest: Hot rod driving and Marlene. JAMEs CHRISTY lttliqnf! Quiet, friendly, and polite. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, President 4, Junior Play, History Club 4. Interest: Pleasantville. Ambition: To be successful. BARBARA JEAN CLELAND 4KL?clrb?? Quiet with a sweet person- ality. General course. Dancing Club 2, 3, Choir 3, 4. Interest: Howard, sports and music. Ambition: To be a nurse. MILDRED DAVINE CHILDS lIDa17l!!7 Friendly and free as the air. Academic course. Dancing Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2. Interest: Music, people, church, roller skating, and sports. Ambition: To have a career and be a success. MAX CLARK lKMax!! A real actor. Remember "Old Bluebeard" in the Senior play? General course. Track 2, 3, 4, Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Varsity Club 4, Visual Education 4. Interest: Sports, girls. Ambition: To set a record in the mile run. WII,I,IAM CoLwELL "Hill" This fellow is nautical mind- ed-don't get seasick out there, Bill! General course. Farm Club, Sportsmans Club. Interest: Sports. Ambition: Sail the Seven Seas. Datom-:s ANN DAVIS Hfjhflllkifu A gal who'll go places with her friendly disposition. Comme1'cial course. Dancing Club 2: F. T. A. 3, 4: Gym Club 2, 4: Leaders Club 3: Librarians Club 2: Junior Play: Dramatics Club 2: Op- timist Staff 35 G. A. A. 2. Interest: A certain soldier boy named "Keir" Ambition: To be a secretary. MI-IRLE. RICHARD DIBBLE Ulflllllfn "Dio" Swell athlete with a smile that's worth having. General course. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4: T1'ack 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2g Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Sports. - Ambition: To be on the bit! league in five years. CHARI.o'I"1'E I.ucII.I.1-1 IJoI.IaY "Clwr" Works hard, always busy. General course. F. T. A. 3, 43 Choir 2: Dancing Club. Interest: Sports, music. Ambition: To be successful in life. JOSEPHINE ANN CONNER HJ0!! A friendly' miss and a nice person to know. General course. Librarians Club 3, 45 Dancing Club 2. Interest: Oil City. Ambition: To be successful. J. RUSSELL CURTY "Russ" Always on the go. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Wrestling 4: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. Interest: Hunting and camp- ing. Ambition: To have a normal life. WILLIAM Cuirris "Bill" A muscle man with lots of brawn-ever see that "devil's look" in his eyes? Academic course. Sportsmans Club 4: Football 4: Track 4. Interest: Donna. Ambition: Chemical Engin- eer. JOHN DAVIDSON "1.m1g John" Watch out, Pinzal This guy is really going places. General course. Choir 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 25 Assembly Club 3, 45 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4, Jun- ior Playg Hi-Y, Dance Band Interest: Sports, aviation and car mechanics. Ambition: To be a singer. EDGAR DAYE "Hank" Good things come in small packages, "Big Joker." General course. Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g All Sports Club 2, 4: Dancing Club 4. Interest: Art, music and sports. Ambition: To be a contractor. GLEN EVERETT DILIJON "Rittcr" "Socksie" What would athletics be without Glen? What would Glen be without athletics? General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Leaders Club 3, 4: All Sports Club 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 1. Interest: Sports. Ambition: To own a 15,000 acre ranch. DUANEI DOWNEY "Bud" Easy to get along with, al- ways on the go. General course. Sportsmans Club, Farm Club, Dancing Club. Interest: Wcmrk on an oil lease. Ambition: Own an oil lease. Wn.i.iAM EHRHART "Hill" Bill goes putt-putt-putt on land or sea. Academic course. Visual Ed- ucation 2, 3, 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3: History Club 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Interest: Boats, cars. Ambition: To bc successful. lJoNAi,p ARTHUR Form HIJOIIH Herc's a fellow who can take responsibility. Academic course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 33 Visual Education 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Hobby Club 2: History Club 4: Track 2: Wrestling Manager 3. Interest: Sports, science. Ambition: Mechanical engin- cer. RAYMOND JOSEPH ERICKSON Aoleayn A real artist with a sense of humor. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Wrestling Mgr. 2, 3, 4: Managers Club 4, Varsity Club. Interest: Baseball, New York Yankees, art. Ambition: Artist or labor- man. BETTE MAE GILSON 'KBcffy" A real sport-friendly to all. General course. Librarians Club. Interest: Swimming and boating. Ambition: To go to chu1'ch. JEAN FRANCES GUICHARD "G11ich." Life would be sad without "Ernie," wouldn't it Jean? General course. Dancing Club 2: Librarians Club 3, 4. Interest: Ernie. Atibition: To be successful. W. JoHN HANNIGAN "Skecder" Full of pep and "Atomic Energy." Commercial course. Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 2, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, 4: lDancing Club 2, 3, 4: Optimist Business Staff 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President History Club Con- ference 4, Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Play. Interest: Dramats, dancing, skating, sports, and music. Ambition: Business adminis- tration. MARY Lou HARTMAN "Mary', Where there's Mary, there's Rege. General course. Dramatics Club 2: Dancing Club 2, 3, Optimist Staff 4, F. T. A. 3, Trotty Veck 2: G. A. A. 2: Leaders Club 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 4. Interest: t'Rege." Ambition: Nurse. DoNNA GUILD "Donna " One of our pretty cheerlead- ers and a cute figure, too. Commercial course. Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 45 Leaders Club 3, 45 G. A. A. 23 Dancing' Club 2: Dra- matics Club 2: Student Coun- cil 35 Trotty Veck 2. Interest: Bill. Ambition: Airline hostess. LOUANNE R. HARRIS nL0H,u ulpoopseyyy I.ouanne's main study in life is men. Academic course. Student Council 25 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Optimist Staff 3: Iunior Play: Senior Play: G. A. A. 2. Interest: People, dancing, llramats. Ambition: To get through college and be successful in life. MARIA-:NE JACKSON ".Iuf-lcic" A shy miss with a pretty smile. Commercial course. Band 3, 4: Pep Band 4, Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, Dancing' Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: "Red." Ambition: Housewife. RICHARD KEYES, JUNIOR "D1'z:lc" Beware! Look at that ambi- tion. General course. Sportsmans Club: Dancing Club. Interest: Wrestling. Ambition: To be a state po- liceman. MARGARET KIGHTLINGER ufjeggyu D Quiet, easy to get along w1th. General course. Dancing Club 2, 3: Choir 4. Interest: Sports, music. Ambition: To travel. SALLY ANN KUNZ HSHIYY A quiet miss with a pleasing personality. Academic course. Optimist Staff 3, 4: Dancing Club 2: Dramatics Club 2: Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4. Interest: People, music, art. Ambition: To be a success. HAROLD JONES "Herbie" A big operator-takes life easy. General course. Choir 2, 3, 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Opti- mist Staff 3. Interest: Hot rods, sports. Ambition: To go to Arabia and work in the oil field with Abdul Harrison and Prenatt. LORRAINE KENDALL "Lorrie" Friendly and quiet - gets things done. General course. Band 4: Trotty Veck 4. Interest: Roller skating, lis- tening tO records, and play- ing the "saX." Ambition: To be a secretary. HAROLD KIGHTLIINGER "Kight" Gets a great deal of enjoy- ment Out of driving that classy black Ford. General course. Farm Club: Sportsmans Club. Interest: Women. Ambition: Farmer. CLARENCE KINNEAR 4'CIarabcIIc" Where there's life, there's Clarabelle. General Course. Sportsmans Club: History Club: Visual Education. Interest: My fellow Thes- pians. Ambition: To become Presi- dent. JANET AUGUSTA LARSON "Gussie" Friendly, dependable, a sin- cere worker. Academic course. Optimist Staff 3, 4: Social Editor 4: F. T. A. 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4. Interest: Music, skating and people. Ambition: To be a nurse. RosE MARY KELLY IlR0Sa!! Popular with everyone, we'll sure miss her. General course. F. T. A. 2, 3: Optimist Business Staff 4: Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4: Danc- ing Club 2, 3. Interest: Harry. Ambition: Elementary teach- er. ELWIN L. KERR "EIwi11" A fellow with a great big smile. General course. Track 2, 3, 4: Visual Education 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2, 3: Varsity Club 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3 4 Interest: Sports. Ambition: Radio technician. PAUL A. I.1NoER "Bulldog" Loves to argue, enjoys a good joke. Academic course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 23 Math Club 43 Hobby Club 3: Track 23 Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Man- agers Club 4, President 4. Interest: Brooklyn Dodgers. Ambition: Doctor. F1,oRENcE MAR11-1' LUNDBERG "FIorcncic" A girl who works hard and accomplishes loads. General course. Dramatics Club 33 Dancing Club 23 G. A. A. 23 Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4. Interest: Baseball, football and swimming. Ambition: Nurse. HELLEN MARIE LocKE "Pinky" A quiet kid until you get to know her!! General course. Librarians Club 3, 4g Dancing Club 23 Junior Play: Senior Play3 Dramatics Club 3, 4. Interest: Swimming, baseball and football. Ambition: To be a nurse. BLAINE MA'rT1s0N "Mot" Gentleman of leisure. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 43 Farm Club 3, 4s Camera Club3 Football 2, 3. Interest: Wine, women, song. Ambition: To sail the seven seas. THOMAS ALLEN MORRI'CAL "Tom" A big flirt with a dimpled smile-girls beware! General course. Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Golf 2, 3, 43 Visual Education 3g Leaders Club 3, 43 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 43 Chess and Checker Club 2g Camera Club 23 Volleyball 23 All Sports Club 23 Hobby Clubg Dancing Club 2, 4. Interest: Hunting and fish- ing. Ambition: Forester. BERT MUIILEN ulgvrtyv Nature boy-loves the great outdoors. General C0ll1'S6. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 43 Farm Club 43 Camera Club3 All Sports Club 3. Interest: Hunting, fishing, and baseball. Ambition: Anything. HARo1.D MYERS 'tPcfc" Just can't seem to keep him- self out of the office. General course. Farm Club: Sportsmans Club. SARAH T. MoRR1s USVIIYIIIH lndustrious, versatile and fun to be with. Academic course. History Club 3, 43 Assembly Club 3, 43 Optimist Staff 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 4. Interest: People, music. Ambition: To be a nurse or social welfare worker. Dlmwoon MYER nljiggprn Rather quiet, but once he gets going, look out! General course. Football 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Varsity Clubg Sports- mans Club3 Leaders Club: All Sports Club3 Hobby Club. Interest: Sports, hunting, fishing. Ambition: Most anything. BETTY N1-:x.soN "NcIli1-" A pretty blond with a glow- ing diamond. General course. Student Council 23 Trotty Veck 2, 33 Choir 43 G. A. A. 23 Opti- mist Business Staff 3, 4. Interest: Chuck. Ambition: Housewife. WILLIAM A, PRENATT, JR. "Hugs" Carefree as the four winds- a colorful character. General course. Sports Club 4: Dancing Club 4. Interest: Sports and women. Ambition: To work in the oil fields of Arabia with Abdul Jones and Harrison. ROBERT PROPER "Bob" Not nearly as shy as he looks. General course. Farm Club: Sportsmans Club. BRUCE D. Room-:Rs uHl'IlI'0,, Gets along well with every- one. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Farm Club 4. Interest: Mental work, pho- tography, and hunting. Ambition: To succeed. SAMUEL OBERMAN Hob!! Sam may seem quiet but he sure gets around! Academic course. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Track 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4: Stud- ent Council 3, 4: Treasurer 3, President 4: Visual Ed- ucation 3: All Sports Club 25 Class Vice President 2, 3: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Dancing Club 4. Interest: Sports and girls. Ambition: To own a large motor boat. JANET PEIRSSON "Gus" Looks on the happy side of life. Commercial course. F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Optimist Staff 3: Chess and Checkers 2, Y-Teens. Interest: Dancing, movies, sports. Ambition: Secretary. ELSIE M. PRINGLE IAEISU A good sport with plenty of P99- General course. Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Leaders Club 3, 4: F. T. A. 2: Dancing Club 43 Librarians Club 2: Choir 4. Interest: Music, travel and a man. Ambition: To go to Alabama with Helen. FRANCES A. RASZMAN "Frankie" An even-tempered red head -always ready with a smile. General course. G. A. A. 25 Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4: Presi- dent 3, 4: Optimist Business Staff 3, 4: Student Council 3: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Having fun. Ambition: Beautician. CAROL LEE ROWE "Carol" Good things come in small packages-has a cute laugh. General course. Dancing Club 2: Dramatics 3, 4. Interest: Jim. Ambition: To be a floral de- signer. BARTON MERLE O'NEIL "Bart" Jolly Sheik of Arabic-watch out for him girls! General course. Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Dance Band 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 43 Treasurer 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. Interest Sports, music, and acting. Ambition: Actor. BETTY PRATHER 'iBctty" A friendly miss with brains. General course. F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Choir 4. Interest: Teaching, music, typing. Ambition: To be an elemen- tary teacher. JANET K. SMITH ANNE H. SALLAWAY "Anno" Very ambitious miss who's bound to be a success. Academic course. G. A. A. 2, F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 President 4: Dancing Club 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Squad 2: Optimist Staff 3: co-editor 45 Junior Play: Senior Play. Interest: Camp, knitting, swimming, driving, people. Ambition: To be successful. JAME-s SHADLE "Jim" Friendly and easy going- likes a good time. General course. Math Club, Sportsmans Club: Choir. Interest: People. Ambition: To help others. MARY ALICE SANFORD ulpatsyys A cute little blonde with a tinkling laugh. Academic course. Cheerlead- er 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer 45 F. T. A. 3, 43 Student Council 2: Leaders Club Cl, 4: Optimist Staff 3, 49 co-editor 4, Jun- ior Playg Senior Play. Interest: Dancing, skating, music. Ambition: Elementary teach- er. ROSALIA R. SLAGTER "Tooty" A real "nut" who's loads of fun-not a bit shy. General course. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 2, 3, G. A. A. 2: Danc- ing Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Sports, music, danc- ing, and boys. Ambition: Be in the Women's Air Force. 1 FLoRA L. SMITH "Smitty" A regular little mermaid- water is her second home. Academic course. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Chess Club 2: G. A. A. 2, Dramatics Club 2: F. T. A. 2, 4: Opti- mist Staff 23 Dancing Club 4: Senior Play Prompterg Pep Squad 2, 33 Interest: Dancing, sports. Ambition: To be successful. ESTHER M. SNAVELY "Esthe1"' Always ready with a helping hand- has fun. General course. History Club 4. Interest: Bothering people, sports, and outdoors. Ambition: To be a travel success. GORDON L. SOUTHWICK "Gordon" This boy ought to have "smooth sailing." General course. Farm Club 4, Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Getting rich. Ambition: Navy. "Smitty" A blond miss who enjoys her- self-always laughing. General course. Dancing Club 2, 3, 4g F. T. A. 3, 4: G. A. A. 2: Dramatics Club 25 Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4. Interest: Oil City. Ambition: To be an Army Nurse. HELEN A. SNYDER ubsvhortyu This gal really likes to get out and go-full of pep. General course. F. T. A. 2, 35 G. A. A. 2, Dancing Club 2, 35 Art Club 3. Interest: Sports, traveling. Ambition: To go to Alabama with Elsie. FRANK L. SPINKS t'Frank" Happy fellow-doesn't say much to anyone except Helen. General course. Farm Club 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Helen. Ambition: Army. RICHARD J. TRUDGEN LLDif,kYl A wizard at social life-loads of fun. General course. Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 History Club 35 Assembly Club 25 Optimist Staff 2, 3, Art Editor 45 Senior Play. Interest: Dancing, art, stor- ies, women and Magee's cem- etery. Ambition: To raise 11 boys for playing against Janet Smith's football team. BERNARD UNG1-:R "Bird" For a red-head, he has a nice temper, likes sports. General course. Football 3, 45 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 45 Interest: Boxing, baseball, and other sports, also lum- berj acking. Ambition: A big league base- ball player. GRACE MAIIIE WAQINER 4'Gmcic" She's wonderful company- froocl to know. General course. F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Choir: Art Club. Interest: Art, music. Ambition: To he successful. RONALD M. SPRINGER f'Bud" Blond and brawny-a reg- ular "Lone Ranger." General course. Football 2, 35 Track 25 Leaders Club 35 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 45 Optimist Staff 4. Interest: Wild life and sports. Ambition: To have part in- terest in a motor boat with Oberman. MARY T. Srovmz "Smoky" Enjoys sports and really can play the piano. General course. Art Club 25 Dancing Club 2, 45 Leaders Club 3, 45 G. A. A. 2. Interest: Sports, Louie and music. Ambition: To play the piano for Spike Jones' Band. MARY JANE TUCK "Jane" Remember her English ac- cent?--a real friend. General course. Optimist Staff 3, 45 G. A. A. 25 Danc- ing Club 25 Student Council 25 F. T. A. 35 Senior Play5 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 President 35 Vice-President 2, 4. Interest: William's Store. Ambition: To get a good job and settle down. BEVERLY Louise WAGNER "Bao" Cheerful and happy-hardly a care in the world. Commercial course. Dancing Club 2, 35 Assembly Club 45 Trotty Veck 1, 2. Interest: Bill. Ambition: To be happy. HARLAN WAYLAND "Curly" A shortie-lots of fun-has an urge for the sea. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Hunting, girls. Ambition: Navy. Rom-:RT C. STEWART "Hob" Capable-has a very pleasant personality. General course. Farm Club 2, 3, 45 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 45 All Sports 2. Interest: Machines, sports. Ambition: Beef cattle rais- ing. HAROLD T1MMls "Thus" Always on the go-always happy. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 4. Interest: Sports. Ambition: To be successful. DOROTHY YVEATHERRY "Doi" A nice personality-always ready to lend a helping hand. General course. Choir 4. Interest: Meadville. Ambition: Airline hostess. JANET E. Wn.1.1AMs ".lum'f" A black-haired beauty-on the quiet side. General course. Librarians Club 35 F. T. A. 25 Dancing' Club 4. Interest: Music, travel, and men. Ambition: To be a school teacher. SHIRLEY JEAN WHITE 'tShiz-Icy" Never a dull moment for this little miss-always in a good mood. Commercial course. Student council 35 Assembly Club 45 Y-Teens 4. Interest: Skating, swimming. Ambition: To be a secretary. JEANNETTE Woon "Woody" A nice personality-has lots of acting ability. General course. F. T. A. 25 Dancing Club 2, 35 Choir 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Sen- ior Play. Interest: Roller skating, dancing and all sports. Ambition: To work in Pitts- burgh. WANETA M. WOODCOCK "Wanda" This blond seldom speaks but knows a lot. General course. Trotty Veck 2, 3, 4. Interest: Sports. Ambition: To work in New York. KENNETH G. WORDEN KIKEYLD! General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 35 Visual Education. Interest: Hunting' and night- life. Ambition: Autos and mech- anics. CECIL R. HARRISON, JR. HCPCY! Small in build but twice as big in personality. General course. Football 1 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Student Council 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 President 45 Leaders Club 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Sports- mans Club 2, 3, 45 Dancing Club 3. Interest: Sports. Ambition: To work in the oil fields in Arabia with Abdul Prcnatt and Jones. 9 1 T 'I Wi' ' ' BARBARA J. WORDEN lKBa,rbH A swell girl-gets along with everyone. General course. Dancing' Club 2, 35 Optimist Staff 45 Trot- ty Veck 2, 45 G. A. A. 25 F. T. A. 3. Interest: A job in Buffalo. Ambition: Beautician. DUANE W. YASHINSKI llgudil For answer to baseball ques- tions, go to Bud. General course. Sportsmans Club 2, 35 Visual Education. Interest: Irene. Ambition: To be the owner of the Cleveland Indians. JAMES THOMAS ANDERSON n4T0mrJ 4xSwl,dG1: The life of a party. There's never a dull moment when Tom's around. General course. Band 2, 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 History Club 3, 45 Optimist Staff 35 Business Staff 45 Assembly Club 25 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Wrestling 25 Basketball Manager 3. HARLEY VINCENT FINDLAY lKF,in!3 Easy going-takes life as it comes. General course. Farm Club 2, 3, 4: All Sports Club 25 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Sports. Ambition: To travel around the world. ROBERT GUSTAFSON Kl'B0b!! HGUISH Modest athlete who's often seen but seldom heard. General course. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Track 2g Baseball 15 Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 49 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Leaders Club 2, 3, 43 All Sports Club 3, 4. Interest: Sports, hunting and fishing. Ambition: To become a for- est 1'anger. WAYNE L. HAMILTON "Hwmbone" This fellow isn't a bit shy, will tell you about his fan- tastic farm anytime. General course. Dancing Club: Sportsmans Club. Interest: Music, sports. Ambition: Mechanic. RICHARD IoHNsoN "Dick" A blonde who really gets around when it comes to girls. General course. Farm Club and Sportsmans Club. Interest: Girls. Ambition: Unknown. LARRY A. MANROSS llclemfi Larry's rigging up an atomic motor car-look out, world! General course. Sportsmans Club. Interest: Cars and machine shop work. Ambition: Auto mechanic and machinist. WILIJIAM THOMAS RANDOLPH HB,ill!7 Colestock's Harry James-a quiet fellow. General course. Band: Pep Band: Orchestra. Interest: Music, model rail- roads. Ambition: To work in the service of the Lord. CARL H. SNYDER Ucarzfi A happy-go-lucky guy-has a smile for everyone. General course. Chess Club: Sportsmans Club. Interest: Listening to the radio, movies, and having fun. Ambition: To succeed. ARTHUR E. SUTTON SIAM!! On the quiet side. General course. Farm Club 2, 3, 4: Sportsmans Club 2, 3, 4. Interest: Girls and cars. Ambition: Army. V x iff! lloumc Qlllllll KL l ' lxvrr, Dick lxvrr. Tu lxulbL'1'lS owe-, lszl Glamour girl of the "20's." Side seat mlrivcr. Ono of the y0llllLl'Ol' set! Hvltvl' look When' you'l'C goimz, Ammo! "Casuliovu." Rough and rmuly WN-stla-1'. Initiated sophs. J ust babies. Posimr. Hurlclivs. Maw. Pvfe, Holi, Bcrl . lil 14 I5 16 IT 18 19 20 21 22 233 Books hvavy, Alma? Bill and coo. llrumals. O Vhookio and lllxl' man. 3 "Ilon't fence me in." . Sun sky. "Shz1i'pie." 4 Hi, muscles! Fi Uh, H0l'l'0l'Sl Mzlrilyn. Nothing Sl'l0VVlllS1+-.lllSlf show- llljl nfl.. my y KN V 51 Mn if ii --44 i on lul Wirwafgmfu A Senior clan. Hi there! Watch the liirdie. See who we ure. Cute, huh? Take that! Whorf-'s Paul? Won't they ever grow Whafs this? Frankie. Wnntal figrlit? 4'l'L1clg,ty.l' "Eve, the Swede." up? Steady jackets. Up-at-bat. Woof-Woof! An old fashioned girl. Pig' tails! Guess who -v Look at that devilish grin. 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