Townville High School - Memories Yearbook (Townville, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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Along with the exub 44l As another year marches by and er graduating class presents f to the adult world, we find we must stop once more to inventory the progress of the school. Among the questions we must answer is the question of preparedness. It is our desire that our students will be ready to face the complex society of an atomic age insofar as the schools can prepare them. It is firmly believed that not 1 on y should our students have the basic and fundamental learnings necessary for survi l va but also attitudes, ideals, and morals that have been exempli- fied bv the Golden Rule for so many centuries. Our work can be consi- dered well done if our students go forth with these goals achieved. erance of youth, they have displayed a type of maturity of outlook which has earned them respect and makes us feel that they can face the future with confidence. we wish them well and want them to know that we will miss them. MR. BERTRAND R. HOVER MR. RICHARD BIEMER -,,,..-ni FQCIIHWI 6 Mas . IRENE HENRY I MR. IVAN MGGEE MRS. ELEANOR THOMAS MRS. NAOMI INGRAHAM MRS. ELIZABETH MILLER MR, CHARLES MURPHY HR. HAROLD SARGENT MR. RICHARD BOYLAN MR. CHARLES CUTSHALL MISS LAURA JEAN MILLS .lla MR. WENDELL BERTRAM MR. JOHN SNYDER MRS. ELIZABETH MURPHY MR. EDWIN DURFEE HR- JAMES MORROW Mn. GEORGE Ru'rHERFo1uJ MR, JQSEPH BARCLAY MRS. JULIA McBRIDE 7, , , V- -ff ' HR. RALPH BERLIN MRS. BESSIE HERLINGER HR. CARL HENRY HRS. BETTYE JO FEATHERSTON HRS. TWILA A. CARPENTER PLUM DONALD FOSTER GERALD SAGER CLYDE SHADLE CONRAD WHITMAN ELTON WILLIAMS ATHENS EDITH CREACRAFT EDWARD HAMILTON GLENN MICKLE Board of Education STEUBEN TOWNVILLE BORO ALBERT BEEBOWER ARGHIE LINGO OPAL REYNOLDS MRS. JOHN WARDEN KENNETH YOCHUM RICHMOND KENNETH BECHTEL FRANK GALFORD RUTH KIRK JOSEPH MASON FORREST SMITH GENE ROBBINS NELDON WHEELOCK BUDD WOOD TROY ORLO BERLIN M. E. BODAM R JR ALEX CRAWFORD ALDEN POST H. DALE MUMFORD JOHN KANYUCK ELMER SNOW NORMAN WENTZ CLARENCE MOORE CF ' W a eierua orkers GERTRUDE GENHART, Manager JENNIE KALKBRENNER JESSIE AGENS RUBY MOODY BETTY BAUGHER VIRGINIA ROOT DON DANFORTH HERBERT FOX ATHENS JOE AVERSA ALFRED BUNCE ROBERT SLINGLUFF Janitors ANDREW GROVE Bus Drivers RICH OND ROYDEN CARPENTER TED ERVIN ANTHONY FERRARO JAMES STEADMAN M RON WILSON STEUBEN RAYMOND LINGO SANTI MOLLI HAROLD VANCISE DAN WERLING DON WISE MILTON LIVERMORE REX STANFORD PLUM GEORGE TOMER HOWARD ALEXANDER AL BEATTY HOWARD PROPER LEWIS RUSSELL HAROLD STRAWBRIDGE TROY WILLIS ARNOLD RAYMOND GHERING CHARLES HALL JAMES LOGSDON HERSHAL LONGBERRY CLARENCE MOORE Q 'A V in 1, 1 fgyf . ! ii x mf fr? -If 1 X ,L T P Kimi SQ if SW Q , ef ZA N ms-A 555+ I .. Q 5 ww si F . il? W f' PHYLLIS JOAN BLY CECILE LEROY BRADLEY MARGARET EVELYN ACEL BONNIE RAE ARMSTRONG JOHN DAVID BUCKSBEE BARBARA ANN BURNS . GEORGE EDWARD BANCROFT, JR. SANDRA SUE BARTON SHIRLEY MAY COOK JAMES ROBERT DARLING Mg. 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M ,. 41 nv Juniors ROW 1: Warren Proper, Howard Neff, Linda Weingard, Elma Pattison, Joyce Gillette, Ruth Wheelock, Mary Schnell, Dorothy Hancox, Marlene Grove, Rowena Steadman, Lois Brown ROW 2: Mr. Berlin Uldvisorl, Beverly Jackson, Barbara Mackie, Edward Fleet, Donald Mosher, Yvonne Findlay, Emily Huff, Lila Shoemaker, Ariel Lobdell, Louise Dille, Joseph Laskey. ROW 3: Byron Reitz, Mike Thiess, Louis Steadman, Rqpnond Shreffler, Robert Burlingame, John Kanyuck, Bruce Marvin, Gene Saeger, Denny Willison, Mike Hart, Dale Dunbar, Fred Antill. Junior ROW 1: Tom Law, Darlene Baney, Judy Stocker, Linda Hall, Jim Langer, Roberta Fry, Denny Kelly, Terry Shorts, Norma Crawford, Ruth Larson, Marian Wallis. ROW 2: Lorraine Houy, Carol Ghering, Barbara McPheters, Macie Bumes, Dennis Smith, Walter Mclntyre, Dick Alexander, Leon Proper, Cathie Spratt, Donald Wallis. ROW 3: Sandra Heath, Monica Sekel, Ruth Thompson, Carolyn Soeandra, George Shoemaker, Roger Battin, Jim Reainger, Scott Preston, Kenny Doolittle, Lou Molli, James Ervin, John Moody, Mr. Bertram Mdvisorl. ophomores ROW 1: Barbara Norr, Betty Antill, Barbara Knapp, Sandra Molli, Beverly Douglas, Lynn Whitman, Romayne Hill, Carol Davis, DeAn Werling, Delores Kanyuck, Sally Infield. ROW 2: Patricia Raybuck, Janet Nale, Karen Smith, Marilyn VanCise, Jill Preston, Frances Kalkbrenner, Betty Lou McCrill1s, Marcia VanC1se, Evelyn Snyder, Bonnie Hall, Dennis Kerr. ROW 3: Joyce Sager, Barbara Ross, Joan Deighan, Nancy Baker, Clara Ruth Hart, Evelyn Howe, Arnold Stewart, Donald Gilson, Wilson Wyant, Gary Abrads. ROW hz Kenny Copeland, Larry McIntyre, Larry Fosburgh, James Berlin, Keith Bancroft, Joe Bury, Ronald Parker, Asa Williams, Arden Rice, Joseph Bradley. A.. A ophomores ROW 1: Elaine McE1haney, Flossie Antill, Charlotte Jones, Norma Rice, Marian Kelly, Wanda Lesh, Joyce Bodamer, Cecelia Graham, Beverly Muir, Vivian Liapple, Sara Kinser, Jean Culbertson. ROW 2: Linda Vanderhoff, Rose Schamming, Lee Stanford, Nancy Moody, Geraldine Kerner, Carol Sitterley, Irene Dine Donna Dupont, Juanita Higley, Beverly Hulings. ROW 3: Bruce Carpenter, Ann Himebaugh, Diane Kaster, Ruth Archer, Sandy Sansom, Maxine VanC1se, Charlotte O'Bagy, Eleanor Shreffler, Gary Beebower. ROW Il: Gene Jackson, Bob Foote, Bob Papotnik, Jim Alexander, Fred Welsh, Fred Herlinger, Harold Gillette, Russel Burge, Gary Boyle. 3 Freshmen ROW l: Lily Callen, Bonnie Gawlinski, Donna Mitcham, Betty Vergith, Edith Vergith, Barbara Roberts, Lucille Jefferys, Jackie Bodie, Fayetta Sterns, Lois Mickle, Andy Szinai. ROW 2: Mr. Cutshall KAdvisorJ, Bruce Holcomb, Louise Scholl Pearl Shoemaker, Janet Hart, Karen 0'Bagy, Lois Daily, Nancy Foster, Dorothy Gillette, Becky Phillips, Joan Wolf, Roberta Pitt. ROW 3: Gerry Peters, Gordon Waid, Gary Drake, Robert Hamilton, Frances Boyd, Arnold Manninen, Carol Hover, Kay Bechtel, Wayne Miller, Larry Sippy, Larry Hill, Harold Reynolds. HOW M: Carl Gawlinski, Howard Ewing, Joe Brown, Earl Brown, Carlton Sines, Karl Graves, Douglas McIntyre, James Baker, Francis Weingard, Ted Houy, Robert Davidson. ROW S: Arden Muir, Earl Brown, Richard Mitcham, Charles Delp, B111 w111oby, Ralph Walters. .I Freshmen Row 1: Virginia Moyer, Shirley Woolstrum, Yvonne Hares, Virgina Rhodes, Rebecca Stewart, Linda Malliard, Nancy McPheters, Sandra Seely, Marily Vanderhoff, Carol Shreffler, Betty Sullivan, Nancy Arters Row 2: David Slauson, Kathern Litner, Meredyth Pattison, Sue Ellen Sheets, Juliann Brown, Diane Saulsgiver, Mary Ruth Dwyer, Sally Brown, Ed Hasbrouck, Donald Shreffler, Gerald Saegar, Russel Barron Row 3: Kay Ervin, Lois Ralston, Irwin Creacraft, Jim Buoksbee Patty Tarr, Dennis Bradley, Diane Barker, Patty Corliss, Jon Fowler, Gordon VanCise, nonnie Smith, James McCurdy Row hz Richard Mackie, Charles Jouver, Frank Danfort, Floyd Greathouse, Paul Mouck, Bill Kinear, Ken Burlingame, Melvin Laskey, Frank Hart, Edward Gillette, James Sager Eighth Grade ROW 1: Judy Nuhfer, Carol Hover, Kathleen Hamilton, Pearl Winters , Elaine McLaren, Betty Foote, Stella Gavlinski, Florence Toed, Sandra Ewing, France Culbertson, Carol Battin. ROW 2: Mr. Murphy Qhdvisorl, Judy Whitmer, Ellen Gilson, Nancy Brown, Rosemary Baron, Marilyn Maynard, Darlene Beebower, Patricia Moyer, Kitty Kelly, Judy Stokes, Virginia Sutton. ROW 3: Blaine Steadman, Stanley Root, James Since, Thomas Wentz, Jerry Wilson, Richard Hayden, James Knapp, James Ace Raymond Hull, Gerald Smith, Tom Resinger, George Miller. ROW I+: Larry Archer, Larry Armstrong, Arthur HoE1haney, Eugene Mason, Kenneth Willison, Norman Cook, Richard Drake, Albert Cleland, Ronald Mitcham, John Carpenter, Thomas Davenport, Don Preston. 1 Eighth Grade ROW 1: Nancy Slawson, Nadja Bihun, Donna Beckwith, Elaine Doolittle, Barbara Grove, Sheila Toohey, Penny Phillips, Lois Pitt, Carol Moody, Shirley Acel, Diane Spangler. ROW 2: Barbara Maynard, Ruth Fox, Donna Wise, Nancy Wilson, Nancy Boyer, Sandra Findlay, Rowena Himebaugh, Donna Kalkbrenner, Willis Proper, Larry Barton, Lynn Maillard. ROW 3: Harry Herlinger, Gary Huff, Walter Kelly, Aims Hancox, Betty Geer, Norma Cook, Helen Szinai, Lawrence Westfall, Daniel Dempsey, Terry Orwig, Bruce Gibbons. ROW M: Allan Wessell, Eugene Crum, Calvin Krepps, Rex Southall, James Willey, James Titus, Ronald Sitterly, Thomas Caldwell, Douglas Liapple, Robert Alexander. 5 fi eventh Grade ROW 1: Elaine Proper, Susan Elm, Marilyn Alford, Sally Vergith, Donna Hutchison, Mary Jouver, Belle Spanogle, Sherie Teed, Nancy Law, Betty Crum, Mae Moore, Viola Lucas, Douglas Sheets, David Baldwin. ROW 2: Marsha Besanson, Elaine Sposkoski, Christine Seller, Jill Phillips, Carol Ruggles, Dorothy Kerr, Bernie Gum , Lyda Fleet, Sharon Lake, Nancy Bromley, Jim Antill, Karl Stocker. ROW 3: Robert Winegard, Calvin Kline, George Wilcox, Albert Stram, Nathan Moore, Larry Hutchison, Robert Kerr, Mike Kelly, Terry Reynolds, Jimmy Ross, Richard Infield, Elmer Delany. ROW hz Dick Gillette, Gary Daily, Roger Hasbrouck, John Dawson, Raymond Kopf, Wayne Wald, Robert Wig, Robert Bechtel, Bruce Drake, Berdit Bowles. ROW 5: William Gray, Dave Childs, Alfred Danforth, Larry Hollabaugh, Clair Norr, Robert Smith, Russel Lohr. eventh Grade ROW 1: Mary Winters, Bonnie Wyant, Carol Scrut, Mary Proper, Peggy Copeland, Patty Findlay, Linda Culbertson, Lois Titus, Joyce Burt, Dolly Antill, Alice Infield, Donna Hull, Jean Melville, Jennifer Kirk. ROW 2: William Davison, William Bromley, Audrey Lohr, Connie Nealy, Eleanor Greathouse, Shirley Vergith, Marsha Resinger, Linda Kanyuck, Judy Sterling, Nancy Hart, Dick Houy, Disk Warner. ROW 3: David Kilfoyle, Albert Kaster, Nina Hancox, Elaine Proper, Brian McPheters, Gary Kinneer, Paul Murphy, Robert Lewis, Ronald Titus, T m Darling, Walter Modlin, David Rogers. ROW M: Tom Greer, Rodney Shreffler, Larry Archer, Jim Gillette, Carl Douglas, Fred Hasbrouck, Rusty Shade, Phillip Proper, Richard Daily, Dan Gates. ROW S: Joe Berlin, Robert Vukmer, Forest Myers, Martin Kelly, Jim Lingley, Ted Edminister, William Shreffler, Ramon Sterling. Y- Yi ,X Em Uah Ofh .. if f Xf f Z' Varsity Football Team ROW 1: Jim Darling, Ken McElhaney, John Sullivan, Jack Sutton, Lou Molli, Joe Bury, Don Fowler, LeRoy Bradley. ROW 2: Dick Stroup, Fred ROW 3: Buzz Dale Dunbar, Alexander, Bruce Marvin, John Bucksbee, Dick Welsh, Wayne Fry, Jon Fowler, Mr. Henry lcoachl Baron, Tom Burt, Harold Reynolds, Bill Welsh, Harold Gillett, Lynn Whitman. Junior High Football Team ROW 1: Bob Alexander, Larry Archer, David Kelfoyle, Walter Kelly, Harry Herlinger, Robert Bechtol, Mike Kelly, George Wilcox, Tom Greer, Dan Gate, Charles Vanderhoff. HOW 2: Mr. Bertram KCoachD, Richard Hayden, Joe Berlin, Tom Burt, Stanley Root, Albert Cleland, David Childs, Fred Gillette, Russel Lohr, Art MoE1haney, Jim Sines. High chool Chorus MRS. MCBRIDE Pres1dent.......F1oyd Brown Vice President......Tom Law Secretary....Patricia Kelly Treasurer.........Jack Ross Our officers have worked all year to buy robes for the entire chorus. Our main project has been selling artificial corsages. Beverly Douglas has done a swell job as chairman of this com ittee. Our many thanks go to the Music Boosters, who helped us, as we could never have bought the robes without their help. we also thank Mrs. McBride for her help and encouragement High School Band MR. RUTHERFORD The fall of 1957 found 50 band members diligently working at a variety of routines and formations. The band presented a number of interesting and entertaining half time shows at the football games. The most popular show seemed to be "Everyone is out of step but my son Johnny." After the holidays came the preparations for North West District Band. Ruth Wheelock, Ruth Larson, Joyce Sager, and Barbara Ross represented Townville. Larry Hill, Mary Ruth Dwyer, Dorothy Gillette, Darlene Beebower, and Jim Ross represented Townville at the Junior High District Band at Corry. Band-o-Rama was the title given the annual band concert. The Beginners, Elementary, High School, and Jug and Bottle bands cooperated to make this program a success. On Memorial Day, the band marched in Titusville and Townville and played selections at Centerville. As a finale to a successful year, the band members went to Conneaut Lake Park for the last get together of the year. National Honor ooiety Mr. Biemer President Jim Darling Vice President Denny Kelly Secretary Bonnie Armstrong Treasurer Dennis Smith ROW 1: Barbara Mackie, Troy Muir, Ariel Lobdell, Dennis Kelly, James Darling, Bonnie Armstrong, Dennis Smith, Sandra Barton, Nancy Sheets. ROW 2: Ruth Wheelock, Dale Dunbar, Kathleen Toohey, Lee Hunter, Roger Babtin, Jack Ross, Patricia Kelly, Joanne Troutner , Mr. Biemer Ukdvisorl . -i- tudent Council Mr, Boylan Governor Dave Heth Lt. Governor Dennis Smith Secretary Sandra Barton Treasurer Joanne Troutner ROW 1: Joanne Troutner, Sandra Barton, David Hath, Dennis Smith, Monica Sekel, Yvonne Findlay. ROW 2: Lynn Malliard, Lynn Whitman, Fred Welsh, Edward Gillette, Ruth Ann Hover, Carol Battin, Sharon Lake, Mr. Boylan lAdv1sorJ . Future Teachers of America MISS MILLS and MISS LUDWIG President,,,,,,,Bonnie Armstrong Vice President,,,,,,Dennis Kelly Secretary,,,,,,,,,,,,,Lee Hunter Treasurer,,,,,,,,,,,,Maoie Humes H1stor1an,,, ,,,,Barbara Mackie Librarian ,,,,,,,De1ores Kanyuck Song Leader,,,,,,,Norma Crawford Club activities included a day at Edinboro visiting classes, attending District Convention at Edinboro, and for Barbara Mackie and Roberta Fry, a trip to Harrisburg for the State FTA Convention. Social and money-making activities included parties, a bake sale, selling sweat shirts, and the ring toss and camera booth at the Winter Carnival. Newspaper taff Mrs. Miller Mr. Cutshall The Literary staff under the editorship of Sandra Barton collected, wrote the news, and turned it over to the production staff, consisting of commercial club, under the editorship of Joanne Troutner. The production staff typed, setup, typed stencils and ran off the monthly newspaper. The staff of the nEag1e Spotlightu tried to present a variety of articles to interest its varied readers. Future Farmers of America Mr. McGee The members of the FFA demonstrated for another year that they are what their name implies. They are the Future Farmers of America. A variety of prizes and awards were won by this group this year. Joe Ervin and George Bancroft recieved the Keystone Farmer Degree. The highlight of the years activities was the State Farm Show which many of the members attended. Junior Agriculture Club Mr. McGee Vice President.... Secretary....... Treasu.rer....... coo Sentinel.... ... Blain Steadman Presidentaooaloool lon . . .Ronnie Hayden Tom Wentz Bob Alexander Jerry wilson Everything must have its beginning and the Junior Agriculture Club is the first step toward beco ing a responsible adult farmer. rr LA Future Homemakers of America MRS. INGRAHAM President.............Darlene Baney Vice President.......Maxine VanCise Secretaryooeeooooeo ooo ...Linda Treasurer...........Bever1y Jackson Historian-Reporter.......Lois Brown Parliamentarian........Jane McCurdy Song Leader............Barbara Norr The Future Homemakers of America is a national organiz- ation, composed of girls who have completed one year of homemaking. The purpose of the organization is to promote the inter est in careers in the field of Home Economics and to promote good home and family life for'al1. Our motto is, nToward New Horizons . "' During the school year the local chapter meets twice a month during activity period. Our activities for the year were informal initiation, regional meeting, sent a box to Crossnare, state meeting in Harrisburg, Mother and Daughter Banquet, Senior Tea, and Summer Conference at Penn State in June. Junior Future Homemakers of America The Junior High Future Homemakers of America was organ- ized for the girls in seventh through ninth grades, not enrolled in Vocational Ho e Economics. They conduct regular meetings during activities periods, twice a month. During ities which train them The club is divided Janet Drake, and Theda the meetings they take part in activ in teamwork and cooperation. into two groups with Mrs. Ingraham, Patterson as advisors. Future Nurses of Amerlca Mrs . Henry The Future Nurses Organization, under the direction of Mrs. Henry, put in a busy. They Assisted the school nurse in her various duties and had time for some fun also. Initiation and the dance sponsored by the club highlighted their social activities. Projection ist Club Mr. Beimer Mr. Snyder President....... ....Floyd Brown Vice President... ....Lynn Whitman Secretary............. .......DeAn Werling TreasureroooasconoooooooooooooBOb The projectionist club achieved a nfirstu this year. They now have girl members who are qualified to operate the projectors. Along with the male members of the club they provided a valuable service to the teachers and pupils Knitting Club Mrs. Murphy President....... ....DeAn Werling Vice President... ....Ruth Wheelock Secretary Tres.........Bever1y Douglas nKnit one, pearl twon is familiar to everyone even though the skill of knitting isn't. we admire this group for their patience as well as for their handicraft. Nature Club Mr. Murphy The Nature Club indulged in various activities this year. They ranged from informal discussions on where to hunt to educational tips on tying flies. The popularity of the c1ub's activities can be attested to by the list of absentees on the first day of hunting and fishing season. .L Varsity Club Mr . Henry The Varsity Club sponsored several activities during the year. Members took turns handling the towel rental service for physical education students. The club sponsored a ping-pong tournament which Mr. Berlin won by defeating runner-up James Sines. Junior High Basketball ROW 1: Gerald Saeger, Bobby Davison, Gordon Wald, Wayne Miller, Dennis Bradley, Douglas McIntyre, Gary Drake, B111 Lee Kinnear. ROW 2: Joe Brown, llllanagerl, Earl Brown CManagerD, Larry Hill, James Bucksbee, 'Richard Mackie, Arnold Manninen, Jon Fogler, Paul Mouck, Edwiard Gillette , Mr. Bertram KCoachJ. f Al- 4 Varsity Basketball ROW 1: Mr. Berlin CCoach7, Jim Langer KHanagerJ, Jim Darling, Denny Wentz, George Bancroft, Kenny HcE1haney, Bruce Marvin, David Stocker. ROW 2: Chuck Flagg fManagerJ, LeRoy Bradley CManagerD, Tom Law, Gene Seeger, Floyd Brown, Mike Hart, John Kanyuck B111 Welsh. 4 Junior Varsity Basketball ROW 1: Harold Gillette, Jack Preston, Robert Foote, Fred Welsh, Keith Bancroft, Gene Jackson, Fred Herlinger, LeRoy Bradley fManager7. ROW 2: Bud McIntyre, Dick Alexander, Mike Hart, Gene Saeger, John Kanyuck, Tom Law, Terry Shorts, Warren Proper, Charles Flagg fMe.nager-J, Mr. Berlin CCoachl. Cheerleaders LEFT TO RIGHT: Frances Boyd, Diane Barker, Patty Corliss, Ruth Hover, feubstitutes-Meredith Pattison and Linda Malliardb. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Cathie Spratt, Emily Huff, Yvonne Findlay, Jill Preston, Romayne Hill, DeAn Uerling. LEFT TO RIGHT: Alvera Sekel, Joanne Troutner, Kathleen Toohey, Marilyn Seely, Lois Pond, Linda Mason. LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia Kelly, Roberta Fry, Carol Davis, Lee Hunter, Eleanor Herlinger, Elaine McE1haney. Majorettes LEFT T0 RIGHT: Kathleen Toohey, Marian Kelly, Marilyn Seely, Patricia Corliss, Nancy Foster, Evelyn Snyder, Nancy Arters. ' :gf '85 t ig, qs' il J' , RN, .Y S. 9 K In , .. i , ' 1 .1,.3iiX - 'fri . -W mfg fm. . X K -MW.. N, X- - 1... . il W- was -AH , A www, aqgwxmx Y.,,,v..a . Mwwg .mlm , W A-f ..,.-,Wwm"""'WW" 2 NMS 1. 3 : N. JMQSSW' 'ff' E 'M 'HE J' x 5 'ffdililifli 1 .,. 1-A. , , .,, . J Qi. . W5 A 5 I E . A " ' ' Y + A A.... h 5- Q.. - - .5-M Q if W 1 S ..f W . is , .. , . 54+-N iff' . MN' ' .N A .Q-9' ' gygkpfr A N5 ' Q. M. . ,,,, wmgi . My f ,H .EW wr Xl I 2 Behind Every Success Business - Behind Personal Financial Security - There is One Basic Fact: SOMEONE AT SOME'l'IME SAVED ENOUGH TO MAKE THE START AND KEPT GOING. am min ON ALL TIME DEPOSITS TITUSVILLE TRUST COMPANY TITUSVILLE, PA. Member of the F. D. I. C. COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR FRIENDS THE SECDND NATIGNAL BANK ITUSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA om r F Reserve System om . D. I. C. DUNN STATIONERY AND SUPPLY CO. 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EDGAR JEWELER Guaranteed Watch and Clock Repairing Titusville Pennsylvania Advance Dry Cleaners and Shirt Laundry Phone 50-301 Titusville Meadville, P ROWE'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 5'l5 East Spruce St. SWAN SON'S of Titusville, Wish Their Friends The Townville Seniors A Life of Happiness Compl iments of WALLACE W. WEED SEILER FARM EQUIPMENT Allis-Chalmers 8- New Idea Farm Equipment Titusville Pennsylvani f TOWNVILLE RED ,8. WHITE Cecile Powell Groceries, Meats and Frozen Foods DANIELS' FRAME SHOP Custom Framing, Pictures, Prints and Art Supplies 958 Market Street Meadville Pennsylvania Telephone No. 46-241 Always o Friendly Welcome BERTIRAM 'S ESSO Service and Restaurant HOME-COOKED MEALS Junction of Rts. 77 and 408 Townville, Pa. BOB'S HOME RADIO Pianos 8- Organs by Wurlitzer G. E. Appliances Magnavox Radio, Phono. and TV 283 Chestnut St. Meodville, Pa. I-IILIIS er 1 54-9 MARKET 511 MEADVI L.l.E. P , A. SCI-IOOI... C OFFICE. FURNlTl-JRE TYPEWRITER A ADDING Mmci-nuns THE MEADVILLE TRIBUNE Complete Country News Coverage THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING 09. Meadville, Pa. Success to You Seniors Compliments of DAVlSON'S DAIRY STORE Meadow Gold Ice Cream 613 State St. Meadville, Pa. wl l'2'l"S TWO DRUG STORES z-45 CHESTNUT ST. me N MAIN sv. Racaisvaneo Pi-IARMACIS1-s SUNDRIES COSMETICS 5 - onus: - i.uNci-IEONETTE O 0 EDDIE3 GARAGE RD"l TOWNVILLE, PA. PHONE 2558 Hugh Jones Shoe Store -Duality Footwear- 12l Wggf Spring Sq, PAINT 8: GLASS COMPANY Pa' 835 MARKET ST- . PHONI MEA DVILLE' PA. WILLIS 1.f. ARNOLD X X437 I i s Phone 3295 T II P Ph Townville MILTON RIEDE School 81 Industrial Plumbing 81 Heating Controcfo Free Estimates Townville, Pa. GILLETIE AND SMITH LUMBER Bulmmc SUPPLIES Phone 3285 1- u Pylv STANTON - D ND LL L 69' DOQTQAIT ' COMMERCIAL PHCTOGQAPHY 843 MARKET 511, MEADVILLE, PA. noaenr STANTON PAUL RAND R M. DES!-INED DEOUI-E'5 JEWELEQS Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sales and Repairing All work guaranteed CLDTI-IING STORE Clothing for the entire family on credit G .I . STAMPS W. Central Ave. Titusville Pa. 210 S. Franklin St. Titusville Pa 'mc scuoomous: FUQNITUQE E.k. Thompson 6 Son NEW USED Charles A. Miller- Prop ANTIQUE cs-:N1'EQvu.i.c ,oA. Phone S5131 Titusville Pa Avlsco Avisco is a symbol of quality wherever it appears. It means that a product tagged with the Avisco symbol has been manufactured to meet the high standards set by American Vis- cose Corporation. In wearing apparel, in carpeting, in home furnishing fabrics and in cel- lophane, the Avisco Integrity Tag and the Avisco Label is the customer's as- surance that the product will meet the highest standards of performance. AMERICAN vlscosa coRPoRATioN America's first producer of rnan-made fibers Meodville, Pennsylvania d h f h flu! springs cAN'ro Tool. CORP MEAovu.u.E , PA. .. lil-IQLLTOP zn.sc1'n ac PADIO-TV SALES SERVICE ff TITUSVI LLE STAR? Q11 TOWNVILLE GENERAL STORE JOSEDH KOSIK TOWNVILLE, PA. 1 C. J. HOLCOMB S GENERAL STORE CO' g Groceries ' X f G I M I1 a ' . Little Cooley, Po. . -' Phone Townville 2488 a ' '- G 'Q-2 f---- ' ,el , 'i54?'5i'4'w fvfu fwf. R... 1 Q01 " " A"c"' "'A"""A 585.51552 HARDWARE COMDANY Soles-Service ond Motor Repair Townville, Pa. George L. Konyuck Phone 2287 Ph 2111 T wnvillo, P REX BAKER5 ff f TOWNVILLE Lsomxno MTORREY BER 51-IOP Fl F 4 c IF I 'N L c R f 9 s d , 5-'Q F' 1 PA r J , iii, I Coburn Bake Shop Wedding and Party Cakes a Specialty Variety of Fancy Breads and Pastries Titusville, Pe. AL'S CLOTHES SHOP Choose Your Graduation Clothes from Famous Brands Meedville, Pa. Compliments of 280 CEIESPIIIIP SL Meadville, P Phone 34-431 It costs no more at THE CRAWFORD STORE Meodville, Pa. With quality and fashion assured 12oB1NsoN'5 I NC. Wall Paper-Paint-Window Shades 225 West Spring Street Titusville Pennsylvania M EADVILLE C0'0P Y ETD X 'I9'l Mercer Sheet Phone 26-591 Meedville, Pa. 706666-around 7annal Wane T' 255 "W 1 M s DIAMOND PA Compliments of CRAWFORD COUNTY IMPLEMENT COMPANY Meadville, Pa. RAYBUCK 5 SON GARAGE Official Inspection Station Atlantic Gas 8: Oil General Repairing Phone 2891 Townville, Pa. Protect Our Forests From Hazards Treat Them As A Crop LUPHER SAWMILL Best Wishes to the Senior Class JOHN J. SHRYOCK of 1958 COMPANY Most ComplAe::dFlill:: Furnishers The Finest in Portraiture since 1975 281 North Street Meadville, Pa. SUTTER'S Home Furnishings 964 PARK AVE. Meodville, Pa. The """"e 'f 374 North sf. Westinghouse APPIIUMGS Meadville, Pa. Phone 53-363 Living Room Furniture Bed Room Furniture Carpets Bedding- Lamps Chrome Dinette: Accordion Rentals - Sales and Instructions Sales and Instructions for Guitar, Violin, Piano, Hawaiian Steel Guitar, Spanish Guitar and Trumpet. WI-IEELEIZS FOOD HOME COOKING REASONABLE PRICE COURTIOUS SERVICE Titusville Pa . Thank You QOBEDT MACK Dealer in New and Used Farm Machinery Highway Rt. 27---Toward Meadville Phone: 3-8985 Titusville Pa. Compliments of CENTRAL GARAGE SEELEY'S GARAGE Harry Werling, Owner Keystone Gas and Oil General Auto Repairing - Towing Tires - Tubes - Accessories Phone 2081 Townville, Pa. Phone 2853 .. .... 'II Pennsylvania ..... 1 . . . ., V E 'Q f ' . . fx Q xy ' VVINEL.AND'S SSI MAQKET 511 Pl-l 38-Sl! FQIGIDAIQE + VV!-IITE + YOUNGSTOVVN lF?ONF?ITE + GENERAL El..ECTF2lC.4-EARSY HAMILTON + MAGIC CHEF + ZENITH SALES + SERVICE MERCER 31'-15 SPRING 8. WIRE -in ,5 KANYUCK BEAUTY COMPANY - 3 SHOP T Ile Pennsylvania 11, bllrl- -f ' Tryonville Q ' : T1, Best Wishes to the Senior Class f 1358 Troy Center Store Phone 3135 shre hows - 9a.ln.-9? 4. NICHOLS AUTO SALES JESSE E BARKER I-IAQDWAIQE. QUALITP PLUMBING S AND Q ROOFING ERVXC 314 5. FRANKLIN ST. Roan TRYONVILLE. TITI..I5vn..l..E.,PA. 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