Townville High School - Memories Yearbook (Townville, PA)

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W -. if wr: 'fff'fl?i'234'.-Z',3g1+5'Fqf2.,91':lQE:'l ' ff -' 1"Q..s.,"g'Y:-3.2 ,..f . ww:-1','f: kfuwrf-lf, -,.-in "fZ'affQf,3-fa:-sggvfggi 'S A lecbcafion The Class of 1951 dedicates this book to our class advisor, Mr. J. R. Abercrombie, who has been a source of help and guidance to us through our closing years of school. fwifim , mtkkkik if auf, gint stiff mf .gk ADMI ISTIK TIC 255281 31 goarrl of gene cafion TOWNVIIIE CONSOLIDATED BOARD OFFICERS President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Gillette Vice-President... . .George Strawbridge Secretary . . . . . . .Carl L. Durfee Treasurer . . . . . .L. H. Madden TROY TOWNSHIP Alex Crawford Ralph Irons John Kanyuck Clarence O. Moore George Strawbridge STEUBEN TOWNSHIP Ivan Barton Neva Gillette Paul Gillette Archie Lingo LeRoy Ross TOWNVILLE BORO laura Arnold Harry O. Lake Joseph Mason Clarence Toohey Neldon Wheelock CLCUA Q Raymond C. Van Slyke Howard G. Newson Principal Assistant Principal V Science George E. Mason English Ina E. Barlett Robert D. Buchan Social Studies John H. Liggett Business Education Q .A81'i011lWI'6 Edwin H. Durfee Mathematics Naomi Ingraham Home Economics James. R. Abercrombie Major D. 01m9S Physical Education M11-S10 Health gYW 1 H V CYD 1-i U haul' CLCM, Pauline Ferlin Edycne J. Ross Ernestine Marsh First Grade First Grade Second Grade Mildrgd H, Burger Audrey Barton Elizabeth Brown Second, Fifth Grade Third Grade Third Grade G 1 Anna L. Ludwig Thelma M. Shorts Theora Bunce Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Margaret Burnett Patricia Wood Nurse Secretary IDRS DONALD CASTILE KChauncyl COURSE: General Senior Play Junior Play Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Boys Chours 2 HOBBY: Sports AMBITION: Husband RICHARD BARNES QShortyI COURSE: Vocational Senior Play School Paper Staff 4 Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4 Boys Chorus 2 F. F. A. 1, 2, 5 HOBBY: Sports AMBITION: Baseball Player VERNA MAE FLINT lRedJ COURSE: Commercial Vice-President 1 Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Staff 4 School Paper .Staff 4 Girls Basketball 1 Cheerleader 5, 4 Girls Chorus 4 HOBBY: Horseback Riding AMBITION: Own a skating rink Q. LESLIE HUMES lLesl COURSE: Vocational Boys Chorus 2 HOBBY: Roller Skating AMBITION: Coast Guard IDIS GRAY lS1sJ COURSE: Vocational Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 2, 5, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 HOBBY: Collecting photographs AMBITION: Housewife ETHEL JOHNSON Ilegsl COURSE: Vocational Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 5, 4 HOBBY: Collecting salt and pepper shakers AMBITIGN: Nurse, singing 1 EDNA LAWRENCE CEddieD COURSE: Vocational Senior Play Girls Chorus 2, 5, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 HOBBY: Sewing and Cooking AMBITION: Redecorating DONAID KAIKBREN ER fHandsJ COURSE: Vocational Junior Play School Paper Staff 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys Chorus 2 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 HOBBY: Sports AMBITION: Baseball Player MARY ANN LINGO fLingoJ COURSE: Commercial Class Secretary 4 Class President 1 Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Staff 4 School Paper-Editor 4 Cheerleader 1 Girls Chorus 2, 5, 4 Band 2, 5 HOBBY: Reading AMBITION: Secretary Cf. wa 1' VK A--14 Q . 'D x ' D WILLIAM MARKELY Iwilliej COURSE: Vocational Senior Play Junior Play Basketball Manager 3 Boys Chorus 2, 3 F. F. A. 5, 4 HOBBY: Sports AMBITION: Navy BETTY ANN IDGSDON lRedl COURSE: Commercial Secretary--Treasurer 5 Q Senior Play ' Junior Play Yearbook Staff 5, 4 School Paper Staff 2, 5, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Girls Chorus 2, 4 F. H. A. 5 HOBBY: Collecting records AMBITION: Secretary DAVID MARVIN CDavel COURSE: Vocational F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 HOBBY: Hunting AMBITION : Farming DONNA MAE PRICE KB1ondiel COURSE: Vocational Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2, 5 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 HOBBY: Collecting old coins AMBITION: Housekeeping PEARL McEI.HANEY wuddlesl COURSE: General F. H. A. 1 HOBBY: Letter writing AMBITION: Dress Designer IUQNNEIB QUINN CKenJ COURSE: Vocational Senior Play Junior Play F. F. A. 4 HOBBY: Fishing and Hunting AMBITION: Farming cf. ea 'I-'1 v-"4 LJ In PARTICIA MAE SHADE lliittenl U? COURSE: Commercial Girls Chorus 5, 4 Band 2, 5, 4 F. H. A. 5, 4 HOBBY: Reading AMBITION: Stenographer JAMES RODGERS lRoyJ COURSE: Vocational Class Treasurer 4 Senior Play Baseball 5, 4 Boys Chorus 5 F. F. A. 4 HOBBY: Hunting and Fishing AMBITION: Big Wheel CARL SMALL lsmalll COURSE: Vocational F. F. A. 3, 4 HOBBY: Hunting AMBITION: Famer WIIIIARD IEE SUTTON KBi1ll COURSE: Vocational HOBBY: Model Airplanes AMBITION: Electrician EMERSON STERLING IEmiel COURSE: Vocational HOBBY: Reading AMBITION: Army RAYMOND VINCENT lRayl COURSE: Academic Class Secretary 2 Vice President 3, 4 Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Editor 4 Yearbook Staff 5 School Paper Staff 4 HOBBY: Play writing AMBITION: Writer and teacher ,K V EE J 1 . Q-JU RAYMOND ZAHNER CRayD COURSE: Academic Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Staff 3, 4 School Paper Staff 4 Basketball 5, 4 Baseball 5, 4 , HOBBY: AMBITION: Baseball Player CLASS ,OFFICERS P1'981d6nto-eff... Vice-Pres1dent.... Secretary...... Treasurer .... Advisor ..... NICK VUKMER CGURSE: General Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Staff 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Boys Chorus 2 HOBBY: AMBITION: Auto Mechanic ....Raymond Zahner .....Raymond Vincent c 9 0 auary. Ann ungc .......James Rodgers .....Mr. Abercrombie 2562813 enior Cfazid .Meforg In these clcs1ng'days of our years at School, it is my assignment to collect and worthy events and experiences that we have our high school days. There is something the relationship among classmates, yet it Townville Consolidated record many ofthe note- shared together during warm and vibrant about is impossible to record each and every event. Many memories which we shall always treasure must remain only in our minds. Our class has always been exceptionally talented. we have excelled in sports and dramatics. It will be a long time before the plays which we have presented are forgotten. In our Sophomore year we were asked to give an assembly program. Two of our classmates, Paul Hunter and Ray Vincent, were asked to write a short skit. The result.was a two act play en- titled WNever A Dull Moment.' It was met with such enthusiasm that- we insisted they write all future 'plays for us. These ln- cluded a Christmas play, 'Inlaws And 0utlaws,' a Junior play,'Room And Bored,' and our Senior play, 'A Haunting We Will Go.' 'Working together' has always been our most important trait, and our rewards have been more than ample. By going 'all out' with a magazine subscription drive, a salt water taffy sale, and the refreshment concession at basketball games, we were able to hold an elegant banquet at Pinehurst Restaurant and one of the best proms ever in the school gymnasium with Jerry Edwards and his orchestra. On this day of May 32, as we the Class of '51 proceed through our Commencement exercises, we wish most to express the gratitude we feel toward you, our parents, friends, and teachers for whatyou have done for us. y T.. 2562813 SQ a Q 3. ilu C Q66 02141 As time draws to a close Our stay at Townville High, Many thoughts and memories lake it hard to say goodbye. The things we have done Have been great and small, But each will be dear In the hearts of us all. The knowledge we've gained I'm sure we profess As we climb up the ladder On our way to success. With this the Class of '51 All wish to say goodbye To the principal and teacher Of dear old Townville High. CAM molto Out of the harbor and into the BBB. I ..:.., .,,.-, ,.A,,A ,g-AA, i -,.,A,,7 , A,,,.A , .3 2562813 62813 25 2I'll0l". 06566 MDF QC? On June 5, 1961 the graduating class o Townville Consolidated School held a reunion to see what each had achieved during the last decade. Roll call was taken by our old playwright, Raymond Vincent who is now teaching physics at his Alma Mater, Townville Consolidated School. ' ' First on Ray's list was Richard Barnes. He and Verna Flint have been married now Kfor six years and have two red-headed girls. Richard is managing the Cleveland Indians baseball team. Another Classmate, Donald Castile, is also married. He and Joyce live in Meadville where Don owns and operates the Ford garage. Edna Lawrence, our story writer, is writing short stories for Post Magazine. Lois Gray was next and she is now the director of an all-girl orchestra. Her husband Bob is still in the Army. Her orchestra performs every Saturday night at Donna Price's theater in Philadelphia where Ethel Johnson is the soloist. Mary Ann Lingo who always wanted to be a secretary is now doing secretar- ial work for James Rodgers, owner and manager of the J. A. Rodgers 5 and lQ Store in Erie. ' When Raymond Zahner and Nick Vukmer's names were called they were found to be working together Qas alwaysl. They are engineers building the new Panama Canal. Pat Shade who was always a whiz in shorthand is now taking dictation for the new President of the United States, Robert Buchan. Mr. Buchan was our former history teacher. Leslie Humes is the proud owner ofthe Joy-Land skating rink in Meadville. Kenneth Quinn is acting as General Manager for him. Our three boys who always liked farms or ranches were called next. They were found to be living on a cattle ranch in Wyoming. They are David Marvin, Emerson Sterling and Bill Markley. Betty logsdon, now running the Logsdon Motors, Inc., was last seen on her way to a naval base in one of her new non-steering cars. Donald Kalkbrenner has become a motion picture star and is employed by M. G. M. in Hollywood. Carl Small is working at the same profession as a stand-in for Sidney Greenstreet. Next to be called was our own ,Pearl McElheney Whe hee been married einee l952 to Bill Caldwell from Titusville. They have two sets of twins, two boys and two girls. . last but not least,came lee Sutton who is an electrician and is doing electrical work on hydrogen powered rocket ships for fast trips to Mars. The class agreed that is was fun being together again, so it was decided to hold a reunion every ten years in order to keep in touch with each other. 562813 . 2 enior Judi an ldfamenf We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-one, being of sound mind and body do hereby make and publish our IAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. Section 1: To the Junior Class we will our ability to raise money for class activities. Section 2: To Mr. Abercrombie, we leave the pleasant thought of having a different homeroom group. Section 3: Individually the class leaves the following: I, Raymond Vincent, leave to Albert Einstein my own theory of relativity. I, Nick Vukmer, leave to Brian Armstrong my ringside seat at all the basketball games. I, Jim Rodgers, leave Mr.Mason's English class for the fourth and last time. I, Kenneth Quinn, leave to Danny Kanyuck my ability to speed down the halls. I, Don Castile, leave my boastful conversations to Windy Bertram. I, Ray Zahner, leave my Model A to Mr. Newson to use when he wants to be sure to get somewhere. I, David Marvin, leave Plane Geometry to anyone who can master it. I, McCurdy, who might be able to Sutton, leave my perserverance Markley, leave my five o'clock leave my basketball ability to leave my job in the cafeteria Humes, leave my wavy hair to Carl Small, leave my weight to Bob distribute it more evenly. I, Lee to anyone who can use it. I,Bill shadow to Eugene Bly. I,Dick Barnes Eddie Kanyuck. I, Don Kalkbrenner, to anyone who wants it. I, Ieslie Ronnie Hanna. I, Emerson Sterling, leave my Ievi's to Dennis Carpenter. I, Betty Logsdon, leave my temper to Barbara King. I, Verna Flint, leave but take Dick with me. I, Pat Shade, leave my singing ability to Gertrude Wood. I, Inis Gray, leave my screeching violin only to be thrown into the frunace. I, Mary Ann Iingo, leave and head for Diamond. I,Pearl McElhaney, leave my height to Delores Nelson. I, Ethel Johnson, leave and take with me my booming voice. I, Donna Price, leave my half-used bottle of peroxide to Jery Markley. I, Ednal lawrence, leave my ability to write short stories to Jean Brown. The above items we, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty- one, bequeath to those who remain, hoping they may have use for them and that they may use them to the best of their ability. JN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hereby subscribe our name this 22nd day of May, in the year of our lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-one. g44"'?f7-7:-f glSignedl . 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' g A JUNIOR CLASS First Row: Y Nancy Elliott, leona Van Cise, Carol Anderson, Gertrude Wood, Luella Hollabaugh, Shirley Copeland, Lucille Hanna, Marie Armstrong, Barbara Gillette, Charlotte Steadman, Donna.Rietz, Jean Brown, Helen Smith, Jeanette Yochum Second Row: Herbert Gariepy, lawrence Steadman, Russell Hull, Margaret Banta, Barbara King, Kay Kanyuck, Clara Proper, Louise Saeger, Dorothy Kalkbrenner, Barbara Steadman, Lillian Brown, Joyce Strawbridge, Donna Hanna, Thomas Wallis, Richard Feeley, Donald Baron Third Row: Donald Saely, James Carpenter, Brian Armstrong, Wendell Bertram, Todd Burrows, David Coates, Kent Armstrong, Charles Minick, Lyle Magee,, Kenneth Strawbridge, Meredith Webester, Jack Hanna, Kenneth McAlevy Absentees: Nancy Rodgers, Paul Kirk CLASS OFFICERS President ..... ..... Kay Kanyuck Vice President . . . . Joyce Strawbridge Secretary .... . . .Shirley Copeland Treasurer. . . . .Charlotte Steadman Advisor. . .... Miss Barlett SGPHUMURES Q 22 P4 +3 5 ul SOPHMORE CLASS First Row: Myrtlette Bromley, Shirley Wonderling, Marie Icngstreth, Katherine Brocious, June Drake, Betty Galford, Lois Katulick, Dorothy Wheelock, Clara Dempsey, Carolyn Hasbrouck, Meta Robbins, Donna Ewing, Gerry Markley Second Row: Earl McCurdy, Richard Parker, Thelma lingo, Peggy Allhiser, Naomi McCurdy, Dorothy Proper, Donna Saxton, Jane Ware, Vera Roberts, ldla lee Barton, Patty Mercer, Florence Kanyuck, Peggy Bunce, Donald Goodwill, lee Armstrong Third Row: Richard Johnson, David Howard, Ronald Hanna, Philip Waid, Fred Jones, Paul Bossard, Harold Galford, Eugene Bly, Ronald Riede, Bruce welsh, Charles Hollebaugh, Milton Webster, Arthur Mercer, Eugene Quinn, Kenneth Barnes, Philip Jackson, Donald Bunce. Absentee: Richard Young CLASS OFFICERS PT881d9ht. . . 0 Q - . . . Arthur MBTCBT Vice President . . . .Dorothy Wheelock Q O O O O Treasurer. . . . Lila lee Barton I U O I Cnr: -.. X -if V .Jr-Q 1 1... 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Hasbrouck, Twila Agnes, Ann Hart, Henrietta Hellem, Marianne Jackson, Ruth Longberry, Shirley Seeger, Marilyn Bly, Virginia Harris Second Row: Tom logsdon, Kenneth Anderson, Harold Quinn, Edith Partridge, Joan Raybuck, Delores Nelson, Bruce Parker, Jim Shade, Dennis Carpenter Third Row: Harold Higby, Tom Nuhfer. Glen Canfield, Charles Herringsham Carl Gates, Sam Bossard, Ranny Strawbridge, Williard Steadman, Fred Nichols Absentees: Lawrence Bromley, Mona Bishop CIASS OFFICERS President ........ ' ..... Ann Hart Vice President . . . . .Dennis Carpenter Secretary .... . . .Ruth Iongberry Treasurer. . . . . . Twila Agnes Advisor. . . . . Mr. Mason 2552813 .912 Cfajzi .740 History Class QOOWI Third Grad First Grade e First Grade A Sixth Grau' -- V s s rlfth Grade Physics Class - EIGHTH GRADE First'Row: Janet Dailey, Bonita Burlingame, Eva Robbins, Shirley Hellem, Betty Ro Gillette, Joan Drake, Patricia Marvin, Patricia Westfall, Mildred Small, Patricia Dempsey, Margaret Webster, Marian Price, Donna Faunce, Alma Hull, Evelyn Proper Second Row: Jack Steadman, Russell Doud, Dnane Armstrong, Earl Inman, Calvin Kanyuck, Charles Hart, Naomi Reynolds, Dorothy Elliott Joan Roberts, Joyce Bertram, Katherine Winters, George Vukmer, Karl Slonaker, Roy Shade, Williard Sutton, James Cole, Jack.Seely Third Row: William Barton, Emory Kalkbrenner, Donald McE1haney, Jack Mailliard, Donald Brown, Robert Gillette, Edwin Kanyuck, Thomas McElhaney, Virgil Herring, Carl Hopkins, Georgq Strawbridge, Donald Griggs, Grant Walls, Richard Smith, John Crawford, Albert Boyer, Philip Galford Absentees: -bf- Clifford Sterling, James Moore, Russell Myers, Donna Armstrong, Norman Demmer Advisor . . . Mr. Liggett .lex 5 1751 L.: -TD 'Q SEVENTH GRADE , First Row: Sue Davis, Audrey Smith, Grace Kalkbrenner, Shirley Roeenbemg Rose Ann Wilson, Judy Drake, Joyce Kanyuck, Marjorie lewis, Eyla Reynolds, Beverly Saxton, Nancy Drake, Doris Beebower, Lyla Mason, Phyllis Bunce Second Row: Daniel Kanyuck, Dennis lupher, Donald Hellem, Randolph Berlin, Gail Barton, Donna Copeland, Mary Lou McDonald, Florence McElhaney, Rexina Steadman, Mary Lou Rosenberg, Betty Jackson, Rsynold Prussia, Lowell Edminister, Gerald Hasbrouck, Jack Winters, Milton Sterling Third Row: Lowell Strawbridge, Robert Baugher, Albert Allhiser, James Longstreth, Robert HcCurdy, Richard Hollabaugh, Harry Cleland, Duane Saxton, Jack Ewing, Gerald McGr1llis, David Kanyuck, Robert Hopkins, David Stainbrook, Richard Dupont, Oscar Gray, James Worley, Leslie Beers Absentees: Betty Quinn, Rachel Hatcher, Madge Myers, Charles Smith, Richard Bromley, Lee Archer - Advisor . . . . lr. DUrfBB , .-- ff ,Ji : X if mg , X X",-wk N - G5s'j:-.wkwg K ELEME TARY 5 ... , .::sa.,1qm 3.1,--cf -lgzfuyref fI"'i5'ff1:Tf,'4 A,-4,-M 'f -5--!lYV,3q'1l5': .' ' '4'?',.v::-pre.-we ugly-Y,....., .qgzgyitb-I--H f-he srl" JJ, 1 'gff3'9'na-wr SIXTH GRADE First Row: Marlene Doud, Barbara Wonderling, Greta Truax, Sarah Bradley, Carol.Strawbridge, Vivian Van Cise, Virginia Dupont, Elaim Gilson, Patty Mbbdyf Kaye Roberts, Lois Mason, Bonnie Hasbrouck If .:,'q' 1,2--' 1, - N Second Row: George Bradley, Orin Inman, Dale Strawbridge, Arthur Winters, Allen Wallis, Mary Ann McPheters, Elaine Saeger, Marilyn Cleland, Saundra Dempsey, Marie Walls, Evelyn Titus,Robert ,ia Hglgby, .Tack Goodwill, Thomas Elliott, Patrick Hart Third Row: 1 Allen Kanyuck, .Tohn -Fielding, Dale Steadman, Normanlibmpsey, Eugene Armstrong, James Saxton, Kenneth Shreffler, Harold ,XPrice, Charles Langer, Daniel Nichols , William Berlin Absenpees: A its William Rosenberg, William Westfall, Daryl Lake, Floyd Brown if Irene Douglas, Carol Tittemore U Y A h 1' L -1 ,.,,.....-, Y H v w--- -- -' FTFTH GRADE First Row: Warren Proper, larry Parker, Dennis Hutchison, Donald Hull, Arnold Heth, Alfred McDonald, Max Cole, Le Roy Bradley, Arden Rice . Second Row: , Betty Proper, Martha Baron, Betty Bromley, Dorothy Boyer, Linda Mason, Jane McCurdy, Mary McCurdy, Marilyn Seely, Kathleen Shade, Marcella Webster, Virginia Worley, Kathleen Toohey, Margaret Acel, Agnes Gillette Third Row: Q ' James MoE1haney, John Sullivan, Kenneth Burlingame, Phyllis Bly, Sally Markley, Theda Patterson, Judith Dempsey, Shirley Cook, Bonnie Armstrong, Sandra Barton, Donna Banta, Wayne Kanyuck, John Sellen, Donald Van Slyke Fourth Row: ' ' Harry Lewis, Bruce Marvin, Robert Ewing, William We1sh,Danie1 Smith, James Sullivan, William Heath, Walter Castile, David Stocker, Troy Muir, Jack Sutton, Kyle Strawbridge,.Arthur McIntyre Absentees: Raymond Maynard, Richard Dailey, John Logsdon, Leona Rodgers FUURTH GRADE First Row: Barbara McE1haney, Batty Sellen, Deanna Hipple, Barbara McPheters, Marlene Grove, Henrietta Truax, Beverley Jackson, Ruth Wheelock, Martha Truax,Marie Strawbr1dge,Norma Crawford, Rowena Steadman Second Row: Walter McIntyre, Ronnie Parker, Donald Mosher, Mae McElhaney, Marian Wallis, Judith Stocker, Joyce Steadman, Byron Reitz, John Moody, Howard Neff Third Row: Robert Burlingame, Gene Saeger, Jess Strawbridge, -Raymond Shreffler, John Kanyuck, Jack Truax, Frank Proper, Sherman Newman, Daniel Ewing, Walter Barnes, Michael Hart Absentees: Joyce Gillette, Betty Lou Douglas, James langer, Kenneth Copeland, James Partridge Y, ,W ,,,, Of.. 1-4 CIT S--4 .lb HQ THIRD GRADE First Row: Gary Shreffler, Lawrence McIntyre, Nile Inman, Edward Hasbrouck, Joseph Bradley, Gary Beebower, Donald Gilson, Roger Hanna, Orlo Proper, Russell Baron V Second Row: Karen Kanyuck, Juanita Higley, Rose Mary Baron, Sara Gail Kinser, Regina Gneadinger, Carol Boyer, Carol Dailey, Alice Inman, Betty louise Sullivan, Nancy Moody, Patricia Raybuck, Marcia Van Cise, Barbara Roberts,. Jean Sterling, Elaine McElhaney, Norma Rice Third Row: ' Betty lou McCr1llis, Norma Wonderling, Linda Hatcher, Frances Kalkbrenner, Donna Dupont, DeAn Werling, Sandra Molli, Beverly Muir, Patricia Shreffler, Marilyn Van Cise, Rosalind Mason, Clara Ruth Hart, Marion Kelly, Charlotte Jones, Joyce lewis, Ruth'Ann Archer, Jean Culbertson, Nancy McPheters Fourth Row: Harold Gillette, Robert Shreffler, Frederick Welsh, James Berlin, Lyndell Hatcher, James Cook, Eleanor Shreffler, lsnore Turner, Maxine Van Cise, Nancy Saxton, Richard Mitcham, Robert Minick, Kenton Neff, James Titus, Charles Maynard Absentees: ' ' Dianna Kaster, Dolores Kanyuck, Sally Ann Infield, Georgia Lundberg SECOND GRADE First Row: ' Donald Shreffler, James Acel, William Gray, William Shretfler, Gerald Saeger, Hubert Truax, Albert Cleland, Dennis Bradley, John McDonald, Stanley Root S9COl1d Row: Robert Price, Marilyn Maynard, Diana Gneadinger, Barbara Hellem, Elaine Proper, Fee Etta Stearns, Clove Burlingame, Sandra Sealy, Nancy Bromley, Joyce Shreffler, Martha Elliott Shirley Miller, Shirley Woolstrum, Carol Shreffler, David Slawson Third Row: Arnold llanninen, Howard Ewing, Philip Proper, Patricia Corliss, Shirley Acel, Nancy Gustafson, Nancy Boyer, Dorothy Gillette, Norma Cook, Mary Lou Sellen, Lois Dailey, Barbara Locker, Donna Mitcham, Larry Hutchinson, Jerry Partridge, John Hershberger Fourth Row: August Klawuhn, Joseph Dripps, Gordon Harris, John Dawson, Bill Lee Kinnear, Norman Cook, Edward Ashbaugh, Edward Gillette, Arden Muir, James Mccurdy, Gordan Van Ciae, Joseph Brown, Earl Brown Absentees: Gary Drake, Karen Abercrombie v-4 41.13 :D lc x i. FIRST GRADE First Row: Sandra Sellen, .Tudith Nichols, Judith Ruhfer, Pearl Winters, J' udith Stokes, Donna Kalkbrenner, Barbara Grove, Darlene Beebower, .Elaine McLaren, Sheila Toohey, Barbara llaynard, Nancy Slawson, Donna Truax, Sandra Ewing. Second Row: Ellen Gilson, Judith Sterling, Gerald Smith, Burdette Bowles, Willis Proper, Ramon Sterling, Blaine Steadman, Eugene llason, Larry Barton, Robert lewis, Thomas Barnes, Richard Darling, Raymond 'Hull, David Goodwill, Virginia Sutton, Carole Hoody. Third Row: Arthur llcElhaney, Richard Drake, Terry Orwig, Frederick Hasbrouck, Larry Archer, Diana Wonderling, Betty Rosenberg, Frances Culbertson, .Tames Rosenberg, Daniel Dempsey, Paul Kelly, Larry Armstrong, Richard Infield. Absentees: Robert La Gaze, laxine Hellem, Forest Myers, Ronnie Titus K FHA Q dl,-fa -1-......1v'W 12 -f ORG NIZATIQN 4 i W-gwqQwwwwrr:mwwww.m.w+m..qnw,.-,,w in . iifflxm- E , s ? ? 2 una- E s i N-ww . xg "4w,yjw-vm X . , ,pf 3 .MM Y,-Aw .M WM v wwf'- ""' - , . 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' 1 f .- F -V31 ' -gi4if-1-:fs.3.1fs:.fMf.ffv1:-4e-..52rz'1,'1:'.gif'1:: 2562813 U"600L Editor--Raymond Vincent Assistant Editor--Shirley Copeland -SW! 45 B381 mf" . bust nes etga Y 'Lingo ant Bs Mana to ,ns S '-Ra cgl-Bax ' Lana ymbad 106 'Bez-1, el' Spa Re I -port qvhime ye! S1-SN -cv'Sxo?r'L05 st E550 ,-wa - A9011 A311 t9 wi 'If 3 V of 365- ey 512 Svgmnt RbDyumgaS9 on S-Q9-9 Advisor: Miss Barlett The Yearbook Staff wishes to thank the members of the Commercial Department for their assistance and co-operation in the production of this edition of 'THE TORCH.' King .l..1, 2562813 First Row: Betty Logsdon, leona Van Cise, Mary Ann Lingo, Gertrude Wood, Donna Copeland Second Row: Barbara King, Sue Davis, Eva Robbins, Shirley Seeger, Verna Flint, June Drake, Carol lee Anderson Third Row: Wendell Bertram, Raymond Zahner, Raymond Vincent Newspaper comes off the press THE BREEZE STAFF Editor. . . . . . . . . Mary Ann Lingo Technical Editors . . . .Verna Flint . . . .Betty Logsdon Literary Editor . . . . Leona Van Cise Feature Editor. . . . . Raymond Vincent Activities Editor . . . .Gertrude Wood Sports Editors. . . . .Wendell Bertram . . . . . . . Raymond Zahner Circulation Manager . . . . Carol Anderson Reporters . . . Advisor . . Betty Logsdon, Barbara King June Drake, Eva Robbins Sue Davis, Donna Copeland June Drake, Shirley Seeger . . . . . . . Miss Barlett 2562813 Backstage--Senior Play F. F. A. Donkey B sketball Game In the office i The great surprise of the Senior Play I In the shop Juniors at work JANITORS Mr. Lloyd Childs Mr. Paul Boyer GIRLS CHORUS First Row: Betty Ro Gillette, Barbara Gillette, Patricia Shade, Carolyn Hasbrouck, Lila Barton, Donna Hanna, Florence Kanyuck, Lucille Hanna, Dorothy Wheelock, Thelma Lingo Second Row: Dorothy Kalkbrenner, Jeanette Yochum, Helen Smith,Lillian Brown, Nancy Elliott, B rbara Steadman, Lois Katulick, Clara Dempsey, Edna Lawrence Third Row: Clara Proper, Betty Ann Logsdon, Mary Ann Lingo, Ethel Johnson, Marie Armstrong, Charlotte Steadman, Gertrude Wood, Carol Lee Anderson, Louise Seeger, Lois Gray Absentees: , Verna Flint, Donna Saxton, Dorothy Proper, June Drake, Nancy Rodgers, Katherine Brocious, Donna Price, Myrtlette Bromley OFFICERS ' Presidentoeooooeeu eeoeoocsBetty Logsdon Vice-President .... ....- ....... Verna Flint Secretary oeoo o u e e 0 0 0 .Charlotte Steadman Reporter ...... . .... Florence Kanyuck Accompanist.... ...Betty Ro Gillette Director...... ..........Mr. Olmes 2552813 First Row: David Howard, Donald Bunce, Harold Galford, Ronald Riede, Ronald Hanna, lee Armstrong Second Row: Herbert Gariepy, Fred Jones, Milton Webster, Arthur Mercer BOYS CHORUS OFFICERS President ........ Ronnie Hanna Vice President . . . .Arthur Mercer Secretary .... . . Donald Bunce Treasurer. . . . . Harold Galford Accompanists .... Betty Ro Gillette . . Florence Kanyuck . . Dorothy Wheelock Director . . .... .Mr. Olmes Amr. 3 256281 First Row: Louise Seeger, Shirley Seeger Second Row: Daniel Kanyuck, Charlotte Steadman, Dorothy Wheelock, Todd Burrows, Charles Minick, Donald Bunce, lncille Hanna, Lois Katulick, Dale Strawbridge Thrid Row: Joyce Bertram, Lillian Brown, Florence Kanyuck, Henrietta Hellem, Partricia Shade, Jane Ware, Thelma lingo, Robert Higby Director: Mr. Olmes LINC! ,,..ga,-, , ,, ,, , sk i W N ATHLETICS 1 f, il ,I li i i if 131 ' 2562813 First Row: Richard Feeley, Donald Richard Barnes, Donald Barnes, Kent Armstrong, Second Row: Mr. Abercrombie, Ronald Bossard, Wendell Bertram, Paul Kirk Kalkbrenner, Donald Castile, Kenneth George Vukmer, bat boy 1 Riede,Brian Armstrong, Raymond Zahner James Rodgers, Jack Hanna, Lawrence Steadman, Charles Minick . - ian-hs--.H-LG Y ........ , Townville Townville Townville Townville Townville Townville Townville Townville SEASON'S RECORD .Bloomfield Sparta Bloomfield Randolph .Sparta Randolph Saegertown Saegertown ,Ll 2562813 hl CHEERIE ADERS Betty T-Oesaon U Barbara Charlet King J t ' oyce 6 Steadman. Strawbrid a Verna Fligia Gertrude W ond I sr- The Golh and The Blue lore true the Blue, co The Gold and ou we defendg , ll our might lx is y eerless for you, a t we will lend. To the flgn ve colors wave, for your glory, So we We will fight on Gold and Blue e will flgpx till the fight ls won Rent Rah! Rant Cf, v-4 I? CQ CD II? UQ First Row: Donald Seely, Raymond Zahner,Donald Castile, Richard Barnes, Donald Kalkbrenner, Richard Feeley, Kenneth Barnes, Charles Minick ' Second Row: Eugene Quinn, Manager, Brian Armstrong, Ronald Riede, Nick Vukmer, Kent Armstrong, Wendell Bertram, Philip Jackson, Milton Webster Coach: Mr. Abercrombie VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON'S RECORD DATE TEAM PLACE TOWNVIIlE OPPONENT Dec. 5 Cochranton Home 16 47 Dec. 8 'Springboro - Home 59 47 Dec. 12 'North Shenango Home 51 48 Dec. 15 'Pleasantville Home 54 51 Dec. 22 Tidioute Home 58 59 Jan. 2 Tionesta Home 61 45 Jan. 5 'Conneaut Lake Home 55 51 Jan. 9 'Bloomfield Away 62 28 Jan. 16 'North Shenango Away 44 57 Jan. 19 'Springboro Away 46 56 Jan. 25 Randolph Home 41 52 Jan. 26 'Pleasantville Away ,57 56 Jan. 50 'Sparta Away 54 52 Feb. 2 'Conneaut Lake Away 45 61 Feb. 6 Saegertown Home 46 54 Feb. 8 'Bloomfield Home 45 21 Feb. 15 Randolph Away 41 45 Feb. 16 'Sparta Home 41 40 Feb. 20 Saegertown Away 58 60 ' League game C in TOURNAMENT RE 0 Feb. 24 Pleasantville Edinboro 54 45 Feb. 2? Conneaut lake Edinboro - 45 57 . . 'J 4 I ' I og X 1 gg I I . N W , 29 UD 1 4 - ! ' L l b'f Y 'J MN .+I A-x RX 2562813 First Row: , Nick Vukmer, Wendell Bertram, Kenneth Barnes, Donald Seely, Charles Minick Second Row: Eugene Quinn, Brian Armstrong, Ronald Riede, Milton Webster, Philip Jackson DATE Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. Dec, 22 Jan. 2 Ian. 5 Jan. 9 Jan, 16 Jane Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Febc Feb 0 Feb. 20 W league game JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON'S RECORD TEAM Cochranton 'North Shenango 'Pleasantville Tidioute Tionesta 'Conneaut Lake 'Bloomfield 'North Shenango Randolph 'Pleasantville 'Sparta 'Conneaut lake Saegertown Randolph 'Sparta Saegertown PLACE TOWNVIIIE OPPONENT Home 30 26 Home 5? 19 Home 31 32 Home 49 21 Home 49 10 Home 53 24 Away 52 20 Away 59 12 Home 36 9 Away 40 25 Away 20 1? Away 58 31 Home 39 36 Away 42 26 Home 43 29 Away 26 2? Coach: Mr. Abercrombie 2562813 DATE Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. 18 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 W League Games JUNIOR HIGH GHEERIEADERS P Marianne Jackson, Joan Raybuck, Dorothy Elliott Alma Hull, Ann Hart Woo, Woo, get off the track! For p1ty's sake, don't hold us back. Ready! Halt! Aim! Shoot! You make the baskets, we'l1 root! JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SEASON'S RECORD TEAM Randolph 'Springboro Titusville Cochranton 'Bloomfield 'Pleasantville 'Springboro 'Sparta Randolph 'Bloomfield Titusville 'P1easantv111e 'Sparta PLACE TOWNVILLE OPPONENT Away '54 27 Home 58 26 Home 27 55 Away 21 27 Away 54 10 Home 36 25 Away 38 26 Away 16 25 Home 27 24 Home 41 18 Away 25 29 Away 35 13 Home 15 26 2562813 ' . 3 la JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL First Row: ' James Cole, Duane Saxton, Sam Bossard, Harold Higby, Randall Straw- bridge, Robert Gillette, Jack Mailliard Second Row: - Jack Seely, George Vukmer, Philip Galford, Kenneth Anderson, Edwin Kanyuck, Dennis Carpenter, Russell Doud, Harold Quinn Coaches: Mr. Newson, Mr. Buchan First Row: Daniel Kanyuck, Robert Baugher, Earl Inman, Lowell Strawbridge Dennis Lupher, Randolph Berlin Second Row: V William Barton, Albert Allhiser, Richard Smith, Robert Hopkins Q- 2562813 QAFEYQIA Under the sponsorship of the Tounville Parent-Teacher Association the school cafe- teria opened its doors on the 4th of December. lt was mst with great enthusiasm by stu- dents and faculty and has pro- vided warm lunches for shaver- age of four hundred students daily throughout the year. Three cooke prepare the food along with the help of approxmotely ten students. ln turn these students receive free lunches. The cooks are Mrs. Pauline Turner, Irs. Harlan, Campbell and HT9.G9OTg6 Kanyuck who was later replaced by urs. John Hoody. The P. T. A. president, Hrs. Neva T. Gillette, and her executive hoard wishes to thank all those parents and friends who by their continued efforts have made this year's P. T. A. project most suc- cessful. .,a,,,, C13 P-I 2 CNR UD U5 CQ BUS DRIVERS Archie lingo, Clarenqe Proper, Willis Arnold Carl Bly, Harry Burchard, Clarence Moore Dan Werling, Harold Van Cise 4 ,,.f1-H:-A--.wfw-:v "f- -' ' f fm-- x . , - 'J b , qw. x ww' ,QVY Q ,ff -rug ,,.-.nh ,Q ik. -.... hw . f - - A--,L 1'-, '- - A-1. . ' - -ww-an-em.' i., 4 I I -.. -I ,V L sf ,i I V An If .Sl ' 1 I I I i .474 W I., ww. wwe- ww., -M -. K M H wf was wM+Smf1,x,n ,f"' ,511-3' ..Y V 5"'Z"-"'1'74-:'1'f'ff f- .4- ,K Q...,1-vga, ,, 4. . 1, fe: :M-H I! E ' b.: faux!! . 57' 2562813 ,f-Q Our Compliments to the Senior Class TITUSVILIE TRUST COMPANY Capitla, Surplus, Undivided Profits and Reserves 35,700,000 When Buying or Banking Try Titusvillo First All Accounts Welcomed Courteous and Efficient Service 13 8 62 25 Compliments of Your Friends 'IHE SECOND NATIONAL BANK Titusville, Pennsylvania Member Federal Reserve System Member F. D. I. C. 2562813 Compliments of A k,P Super Market Titusville, Pa. Advance Dry Cleaners Serving Townville 3 Vicinity Phone 2-0301 Wed. a Sat. Titusville , Pa. Appliance Center Authorized Maytag Dealers Titusville, Pa. Compliments of ' Bonn's Mens Store Titusville, Pa. D. L. Bowen Farm Supply Corner S. Kerr k E. Spring Sts. Titusvillep Pa. Compliments of Bryan Hardware Titusville, Pa. lee Coates E Son Chevrolet, Oldsmobile Titusville, Pa, sCompliments of The Coco-Cola Bottling Co. Titusville, Pa. - Ralph Cohen Smart Clothes Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Curry Dry Cleaners Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Dick's Restaurant Diamond Street Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Dunn's Stationery and Supply Titusville, Pa. Compliments of East Titusville Mills Titusville, Pa. Congratulations Seniors Good luck Juniors Paul M. Edgar Titusville, Pa. Fisher a Young Everything for the Builder Titusville, Pa. Compliments of W. T. Grant Ca Titusville, Pa. Hasbrouck Auto Parts 211 South Kerr St. Titusville, Pa. Jones Brothers Buick 130 East Central Avenue Titusville, Pa. l 3 91 2562 r Q Kelly lumber Co. 359 West Spring St. Titusville, Pa. Keystone Office Supply Company 142 West Central Avenue Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Harry Magdovitz Men's Clothing Titusville, Pa. Metz Gulf Service Phone 99-Bll Spring k Central Titusville, Pa. Murdock's Flower Shop Flowers for all Occassions Titusville, Pa. Compliments of G. C. Murphy Company Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Penn Dress Shop Titusville, Pa. Robinson's Wall Paper-Paint-Window Shades 225 West Spring Street Titusville, Pa. Serrins Auto Parts 426 West Central Ave. Titusville, Pa. Clifford L. Shopene Jeweler 105 S. Washington Street Titusville, Pa. Smith E Worden Chrysler k Plymouth Titusville, Pa. Strouse and Benson Hart, Schaffner a Marx Clothes Titusville, Pa. Swanson's of Titusville Wish Their Friends THE TOWNVILLE SENIORS A life of Happiness Teig R Co. Furniture-Jewelry Frigidaire Appliances Titusville, Pa. Compliments of Titusville Bargain Store Titusville, Pa. Titusville Coop. G. L. F. Service Phone 25-211-200 S. Monroe Street Titusville, Pa. Titusville Dairy Products Co. Telephone 291 Titusville, Pa. Compliments of western Auto Associate Store Titusville, Pa. 562813 ' 2 'lillis L. Arnold Funeral Home Tounville, Pa. oineute and smith ' lumber k Building Supplies Tounville, Pa. Gillette's Store General Merchandise Townville, Pa. Compliments of lake's Red-k.White Store Townville, Pa. Compliments of 4Iupher's Saw Mill Townville, Pa. Compliments of Mercer Spring and Wire Co. Townville, Pa. Compliments of Dr. Mo In Powell Townville, Pa. Fred C. Riede General Hardware Electrical Appliances a Paints Townville, Pa. Milton Riede Plumbing Contractor Phone 114W or 2?R-11 Townville, Pa. Ieonard M. Torrey Flour, Feed, Coal, Fertilizer lime, Cement, Roofing, Seeds Townyille, Pe. Central Garage Harry F. Werling Townville, Pa. 2562813 K., A1's Clothes Shop Choose Your Graduation Clothes from Famous Brands leadville, Pa. Baker M Baker Appliances 954 Market Street Meadville, Pa. A. L. Ballinger Company The Rexall Drug Store Meedville, Pa. Maurice M. Bloom Company Dry Cleaners 895 Park Avenue Meadville, Pa. Carpenter's F1ower's For All Occassions 951 Park Ave. Meadville, Pa. Compliments of Mr. Harley D. Carpenter Electrical Appliances Meadville, Pa. It Costs No More at The Crawford Store Chestnut k Water St. ldeadville , Pa. Compliments of Bob Coughenour 890 Park Avenue Meadville, Pa. E1dred'B Gift Shop Eldred Bldg. Meadville, Pa. For Gifts-leather Novelties-Luggage For Health's Sake Roller Skate Joy-Land Rollerdrome Meadville, Pennsylvania Free Buses Kess1er's Diner 863 Park Ave. Open 24 Hours Meadville, Pa. Compliments of Meadville Buick Co. Meadville, Pa. Meadville Sporting Goode Opposite the Post Office Meadville, Pa. Compliments J. H. Nunn Co. Furniture of Distinction Meadville, Pa. 0tt's Radio k Television Water at Ping Meadville, Pa. Sandberg Brothers Pennzoil Products Park Avenue at North St Meadville, Pa. 0 f. e-I Zff CQ C23 L1 CQ K . ulll . John J. Shryock Company 4 The Tribune-Republican Meadville's Complete County News Coverage Most Complete Home Furnishers The Tribune Publishing Co. Since 1875 Meadville, Pa. Smith's 219 Chestnut St. For Young Men's Suits, Shoes, Sport Shirts Watson's China House Hotel-Restaurant-Bar-Hospital . Equipment and Supplies Meadville, Pa. 357 North Street, Meadville, Pa. Weber Motors Compliments of Chrysler-Plymouth Van Cise's Store 507 North Street Tryonvi1le,Ba. 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