Townville High School - Memories Yearbook (Townville, PA)
- Class of 1963
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Hail to the Blue and Goldg banner beloved.
Hail to the glory of Townville High.
Thee will wa honorg
Thee will we cherishg
A sacred, never failing tie.
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Time is golden. Our objective in this 1963
Memories is to prove how true that statement is.
We hope to bring back memories of many good
times to everyone connected with Townville High
School. The challenging classes, the heart-
stopping championship games, the fun at a dance,
or the thrill of receiving the long awaited
diploma , whatever the memories we hope they are
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Dedication .... .... 7
Administration ....... 8
Student BOdy0loo coooo62
ALWAYS THERE T0 HELP
Morrow, we the Seniors of 1963 proudly
this our yearbook to you
done for our class. For
given our organizations,
shown while working with
industrial arts, and the good times you nave
shared with us we thank you.
for all that
the boys in
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Mr. Hover came back from a year's sabbatical
leave to find himself faced with two jobs instead
of one. The vacated supervising principa1's
post was filled by Mr Hover and Mr Cope
.ical :K Many new faces were added to the faculty
'QW this year However lt d1dn't take long for the
3' respect and like all of the new teachers
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Mr. Hover may not always look this
peaceful and happy, but who can blame him.
Guidance, discipline, and instruction are
given to students through the capable,
willing hands of our principal. Mr. Hover's
understanding of the students has, in all
his dealings with them, displayed a sincere
interest in his affairs. His many hidden
tasks performed to contribute to the smooth
functioning of our school system support
Emerson's statement when he said, HAn in-
stitution is the lengthened shadow of one man.'
PECDPLE WHO WCJRK
Townville High means many things to
many people. It is to a few Hjust a schooln
but to the majority of students it is the
center of all activities. Here is where
they learned together, shared together,
and had fun together. It was almost the
essence of their whole being, and in the
future will serve as the basis for never-
to-be-forgotten memories. This back view
of the school, seen by each pupil as he
entered school in the morning, shows the
loading platform, shop, ag room,and the
upper floor of classrooms. Also along
this drive we many times welcomed back
our football and basketball teams.
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Mrs. Howard, school bookkeeper, is not
often seen by the student body, but when
her help is needed she is always there.
Especially to be remembered are the nights
when her office door is open to all who
need to be fortified by a candy bar.
Although the student body is not aware of
the work done by her, the joint SCh00l
board and administrators can say Thank You
for a job well done.
BEHI D THE SCENE
Mrs. Mickle, school secretary, lends
the helping hand to all students, teachers,
and visitors of the school. She bears the
burden of a lot of paper work, thus relieving
the teachers of some tiresome, time-consuming
details. She is always there with supplies,
aspirins, bandaids, and information as to
where Mr. Hover is hiding. Her many duties
may go unnoticed by some but to those who use
her help she is well appreciated.
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Mr . Carl Henry
Drivers Ed. and Phys. Ed.
Mr . Lumley
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MP- Joslyn Mrs. Fisher
I Home Ec. and Health
Mr, Biemer and his Guidance Office staff
Linda Davis, Sandy James, Mary Jo Jouver,
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Mrs. Virginia Root, Mrs. Ethel Barton,
Mrs. Jessie Agens, Mrs. Edna Sansom,
Mrs. Pauline Lingo, Mrs. Betty Baugher
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Seated: Jim Gillette, Presidentg Connie
Neely, Secretary. Standing: Judy
Schendler, Vice-presidentg Mary Proper,
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This section, devoted to the
graduated class contains pictures of
each member, snapshots of our first
foreign exchange student, Who's Who
pages, candid shots of seniors and
other senior interests.
SENICDRS OFF GUARD!
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Peggy Copeland, Christine Sei1er,Brian McPheters, Mary Jo Jouver, Joe Berlin, Judy Schendler,
and Gul Yazgan,
SENICJR SIX- PLUS CNE
Each year the seniors look forward to the
opportunity of being selected as a member of the
Senior Six. Selected this year on the basis of
scholarship were Christine Seiler, Valedictorian,
and Peggy Copeland, Salutatoriang selected by the
classmates were Judy Schendler and Joe Berling
selected by the faculty were Mary Jo Jouver and
Brian McPheters. Commencement speeches by each
member were based on the themes Democracy and
Freedom, Individualism in Thoughts and Deeds, and
Education Meeting the Needs of the Times.
For the first time a seventh student was chosen
to be a member of this group. She was Townvil1e's
first Field Service Exchange Student, Gul Yazgan,
who also gave an Address on commencement night.
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Undaunted by the clouds of fear,
Undazzled by a happy day,
She made a 'heaven about her here,
And took how much with her away.
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THE LAST NIGHT
Peggy Copeland, Bruce Drake
Bob Bechtel, Mary Proper
Christine Seiler, Jim Ross
Gail Fleet, Tom Darling
Alice Infield, Gary Dailey
Mary Jo Jouver, Brian McPheters
Most likely to succeed
Bernie Gumm, Dick Werner
Marilyn Jean Alford
Larrie E. Bancroft
Dollye Marian Antill
Joseph R. Berlin
William L. B1'0m18y
Peggy Lee Copeland
Althea Knickerbocker Brady
Joyce Darlene Burt
Marcia A. 'Besanson
David H, Chjldg
Thomas EA. Darling
Verla E. Deeter
Linda Sue Culbertson
Alfred R. Danforth
Elmer J. Deveny
Lyda Gale Fleet
Bruce C. Drake
Patricia Lee Findley
Carl L. Douglas
Susan Carol Elm
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Richard S. G:L11e'b1:
Mina E. Hanoorx
Fredrick L. Hasbrouck
Linda E, Henry
Nancy Lee Hart
Donna Marie Hull
Alice Marie Infield
David B. Kilfoyle
Michael H, Kelly
Gary Frank Kinnear
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Mary Jo Jouver
Linda Lee Kanyuck
Jennifer Ann Kirk
Viola K. Lucas
Sharon Darlene Iake
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Audrey I. I-ohr
Brian L. McPheters
Nathan E. Moore
George E. Miller
Jill Kathleen Phillips
Connie E. Neely
Har? E. Proper
Elaine Ione Proper
James Edward Ross
Terry L, Reynolds
David W, Rodgers
Elaine E, Sposkoski
Robert N, Smith
Belle A. Spanogle
C. Christine Seiler
Rodney N. Shreffler
Karl A. Stocker
Lois E-0 Titus
Richard L, Warner
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CANDID SHOTS of GLIL
Hard at work, Gul carries on her
studies in our country.
Gul presented our Student Council
Governor with a Turkish flag at an
Fun with the gang.
A senior trip to remember
Gul sponsored an assembly with
other exchange students.
A year well ended.
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Gul Yazgan, our first foreign exchange stu-
dent, has enlightened the hearts of many in the
school and the community. Gul has entertained
the high school body with two assemblies. The
first one was with Turkish foreign students from
other schools, and the second was with foreign
exchange students from schools in our area. Gul
was active in many gchgol activities such as the
Student Council, Projectionist Club, and the
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This new section of Memories
contains pictures and information
concerning all the classes that are
taught in our high school. You may
be able to find yourself on the
following pages and see how studious
you look during your classes. This
addition was just one of the changes
that we made to improve our book.
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Hrs. Kibler, Hrs. Luphe
Mr. Frelick, Hr. Minnis
The last year of high school finds the seniors taking a course known
to them as P. O. D. Many names are given to this abbreviation but the
real meaning is Problems of Democracy and that is exactly what you study,
all the problems faced by our country--the family and its life and purpose
:Ln the United States, civil rights, labor, management and unions, economic
industry, farming, conservation, politics, and Communism.
Mrs. Kibler thoroughly prepares her senior classes for college work.
Outlining, reports, lecturing and notes, critical analysis, editorial
evaluations, and, of course, a term paper are only some of her required
procedures for teaching. But through all this hard work, e student comes
to realize more about his country, what faces him, and what he can do
when he is on his own.
Now get ready to run!
A11 students are compelled to take three years of
General Science in Junior High and one year of biology,
After that the Academic pupils have Chemistry and Physics
Any student in other courses may choose Chemistry, Physio
or General Science as an elective if they wish. The
General Science course gives the student infomation
about many aspects of science that can prove useful in
later life. A year of Biology often enlightens the
class about the facts of life and also helps develope
a strong stomach, especially when lunch period is after
a session of dissection. The Chemistry class usually
tries to blow up the lab, if not the whole school, but
when the smoke settles it usually reveales everything
in place. The Physics students try to convince everyone
of their superiority since they're seniors but when they
spend their time playing with mirrors, prisms, and other
equipment it's hard to convince anyone.
Mr. Troutner teaches Junior High General Science
as does Mr. Joslyn. Mr. Joslyn is also the instructor
of Chemistry and Physics. Mr. Lumley instructs
Biology and Senior Science classes.
It may be harmless but it sure smells bad enoughLLL
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Mr. Patton is the General Math instructor,
Mr. Rusek teaches Algebra, and Mr. Burt instructs
classes in Plane Geometry and Trigonometry.
It should fall right there.
It can be as easy as writ'
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once you get the hang of it.
Junior High Math is a C
of the Arithmetic that is taught in
elementary school. In Senior
Math is available.
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Must be a vacation tomorrow
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Typing is dons frm printed mtorhl, shorthand notos
or dictation from a dictaphono. '
The Commercial department consists of
classes in shorthand, English, typing, office
practice, general business, math, and book-
keeping. These along with other required
subjects such as P.O.D. and gym and selected
electives make a full schedule for the com-
mercial student. In the senior year, machines
that the student must learn.to operate include
a dictaphone, calculator, electric typewriter,
adding machine, fluid duplicator, and mimeograph.
Shorthand speeds over 80 W.P.M. and typing
speeds over 50 W.P.M. must be reached before
the student can receive an award. Awards
may also be obtained when shorthand theory and
dictaphone tests are passed.
Mrs. Miller, shorthand teacher,
gives daily dictation in the form
of business letters or articles,
and variation in speeds so that
students can build both speed and
accuracy in shorthand. The stu-
dent can also help himself by
using dictation tapes and records
in his free time to build up his
Sequence in classes allows time for students to talk about what happened
last night, who is going out with whom this weekend, and who has his English
done. Because the students are most generally in the same classes, there is
a close knit in friendship among all students,
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Mitchell, Home Economicsg Mr. HCGGB,
Agricultureg Mr. Morrow, Industrial
The Yocational Department consists of
three different courses. VOCHU-01181
Agriculture is taught for students who
wish to become farmers. H0139 ECODOW5-W
for future housewives and Industrial Arts
for students wishing to have instruction
in the construction of wooden articles..
In Industrial Arts the boys must first
learn to draw plans of the projects they
intend to construct. Then each begixmer
is closely supervised mmtil he is able to
use the machines in the shop with complete
safety. Many beautiful articles are built
every year. Glm cabinents, beds, tables,
desks, cedar chests, and even bedroom
suites are some of the results of hours of
Home Economics is instruction
in many household duties. The
girls learn how to cook, the
proper way to store food, how
to sew, tricks to make a home
more cheerful, and many other
things essential for a happy
Besides learning how to
care for animals and plant
and harvest crops the boys
also receive instruction in
wood working, painting, record
keeping, and other areas that
will help them run their farms
in a modern and efficent way.
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Mrs. Lindley, Miss Remigio, and Mr.
Mason are the instructors of English.
Mrs. Kalfayan teaches both English and
French and Mr. Rusek is the Spanish teacher
Everyone must pass six years of English
during his High School days before he is
eligible to receive his diploma. Plus
English one may elect French or Spanish for
a two year course.
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easily win the title of the
most patient instructor in
our school. Even though he
is put through some hair
raising situations he always
remains calm and reassuring.
He shows the new driver his
mistakes and helps him correct -"i' '
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many students :i.n hopes that
his efforts will teach more
drivers to be careful and
many accidents can be prevented.
D Rl ERS' EDLICATIO
The purpose of the Driver
Education course is to teach
students 16 years old and over
the basic knowledge of how a
car works plus training in
actually driving a car. Every
year the school is presented
with a new car to use for the
school term. The car is equipped
with dual controls which come
in handy once in awhile.
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Our Physical Education program covers
many different types of activities. Inside
our spacious gym we have classes in badminton,
tumbling, volleyball, and indian base to name
a few. Outdoor sports include softball,
soccer, archery, and football. This is one
class all students look foreward to with
Mr. Henry, Mr. L1m11ey and
The Special Education course is for retarded
pupils in Junior High School. The students are taught
subject on their own level and at their own speed of
learning. These lessons are geared to the students'
abilities so that they can take a more active part in
their classes. They have more time to learn and master
their lessons and receive more personal contact with
their instructor. This enables them to learn faster
than if they were in 'another class that was more
advanced. This course is not too old but it seems to
be very successful.
LIBR RY AND RE DI G
Mrs. Southwick teaches a very
important and useful class. Under
her guidance the students learn to
improve their reading ability and
thus learn how enjoyable reading can
be. Through the use of work books
and projectors she creates more inter
est in books and thus the library is
used more often.
Our Library is now greatly improved from
a few years ago. We get a large number of
new books each year. Besides many novels
the reference section of the library is
enlarging so the students can use it more
instead of having to travel to a public
1ib1'8I'.Y. Mr. Harvey conducts library classes
to teach the students how to use the library
facilities to their advantage. The library
is staffed by students who work during their
study halls. Most of the students spend
many profitable hours each year in the
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in this section of our yearbook. We
have also included class officers and
5 a brief resume of the activities of
E X each class during the year.
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Seated: Sue Hoepfl, Presidentg Kathy
Kunick, Secretary. Standing: Arita
Shorts, News Reporter, Ron Kaster,
Vice-president, Absent, John Proper,
Row 1: R. Bennett, S. Winton, G. Gawlinski, M. Saeger, L. Sterling,
L. Armstrong, L. Larson, Row 2: C. Johnson, L. Callan, B- BI'0m1eY, G- Harmon
C. Knapp, J. Maynard, Row 3: D. Alexander: J. Turk, D. Howard, B. Smith,
C, Dine, W. Wald, R. Halsey, Row ll: R.WeStfa11, J- PTOPGTQ P- Roberts:
J. Grove, L. Papotnik, T. MrCrea.
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Row 1: C. Gillette, J. Battin, T. Tanzer, D. Kerr, S. Hollabaugh, E, Waid,
L. Sterling, Row 2: D. Gates, C. Armstrong, K. Kunick, B. Hall, M. Hamilton,
L. Shrefflerg Row 3: R. Kerr, D. Crowther, E. Strawbridge, R. Steadmen,
R. Ehrhart, G. Deeter, F. Palmquistg Row hz B. Proper, R. Caldwell, J. Bradley,
R. Infield, L. Reynolds, R. Lynch, A. Kaster, D. Williams.
The Ju ior Class was the most active class
in our high school this school year. The re-
sponsibility of raising enough money to spon-
sor the Prom and Banquet for the Junior and
Senior classes fell on their shoulders. Their
major project was the annual magazine sale
from which they earned the majority of their
treasury. The concession stand at the bas-
ketball games was operated by the juniors.
They also sponsored a dance which they called
the HBossa Novan and had the HJai1n at the
carnival. Both of these prajecfg drew large
crowds and profitted the C1355 for their
Row 1: K. Foster, N. Grove, P. Davenport, K. Reynolds, A. Shorts, J. Ros-
enberg, N. McCurdy5 Row 2: M. Gilson, K. Keeley, E. Vanderhoff. S. Hoenfl
R. Phillips, J. Childs, L. Lingo, S. Woody Row 3: J. Wheelock, D. Archer,
K. Fielding, C. Nez-ling, R. Aversa, R. Knapp, C. Denglerg Row lx: F. Ham-
ilton R. Stanford C Stokes L Bihun W Modlin E Caldwell F Donor
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The Sophomore Class was one of great
activity throughout the school year.
The Sophomore Dance which featured the
crowning of the queen, Sandy James,
and king, Tom Peebles. Droved to be
the largest of the year. The orchestra
played fine dance music all night.
The Carnival found the Sophomores with
a food stand and providing dance music
for their customers. The responsibility
of the Prom will fall on the Sophomores
shoulders next year and it is felt they
will do an excellent job.
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Row 1: S. Sheets, J. Werling, S. Deshner, S. Crawford, M. Burchard, L Davis,
K. Smith, L. Root, Row 2: L. Johnson, E. Antill, J. Winters, A, Heffern S Halsey,
G. Steadman, J. Lupherg Row 3: D, Parker, L, Muir, D. McClintock, D Keeley,
N. Francis, W. Brooks, S. McPheters, C. Bradley, Row hz D, Willey, G Proper,
F. Elm, D, Perry, R. Field, D. Krepps, R. Bode, Row S: B. Hunter, J Waddingham,
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Row 1: C. Spratt, J. Lohr, S. Seber, N. Sitterly, C. Kerr, B. Brown,
N. Woolstrumg Row 2: C. Aversa, K. Baney, H, Boyd, J, Antill, N. ,Maillial-d,
M. Tomer, M, Alford, R. Moyer, ,Row 3: L. Ehrhart, E, Fiely, L, Davison,
J. Joslyn, G. Maze, S. Karns, L. Winans, L, Pachelunas, D. Phillips,
Row hz B. Brady, B. Darling, D, Condit, J, McMullen, J. Kuberry, B. Jones,
D, Fisher, B, Burt, Row Sz B, Schendler, R. Ward, J. Wig, R. Davison,
Seated: larry Muir, President., Kathy
Smith, Secretary. Standing: Luana
Johnson, Treasurer, Don Fisher, News
Reporter, John McMullin, News Reporter,
Dave Gondit, Vice-President.
Row 1: P. Burns, J. Steadman, P. Balgs-, P. Hancox, L. Davison, L. Conaway,
S. Jamesg Row 2: D. Lewis, D. Abrams, T. Peebles, C. Willison, G. Molli,
G. McLaren, E. Galford, D. Myersg Row 3: B, Edminister, G. Antill, V, Shontz,
V. West, E. Fiely, N. Kanyuck, M. Holcomb, J. Saxton, C, Kilfoyleg Row ha
J. Sommerville, A. Wise, M. Findlay, K. Bradley, K. Miller, A. Luzier.
AROU D THE CHCDOL
Seated: Lowell Muir, President, Gail Proper,
Secretaryg Standing: Wayne Whitman, Vice-
president, Jack Jennings, Treasurer.
Row 1: S. Gumm, K. Bauer, D. Saeger, D. Kolacek, J. Grove, L. Brooks,
B. Maxwellg Row 2: C. Reagle, M. Firster, K. Kilfoyle, D. Sheets,
L. Carpenter, K. Warner, C. Hurry, D. McPhete:-sg Row 3: M, Dempsey,
Do HeffeI'n,Do COg1ey, To Crawford, AI Je Cummins, Ll
D. Shrefflerg Row he J. Rumsie, F. Papotnik, D. Gosik, L. Gawlinski,
A. Proper, W. Whitman, T, Berlin, J. Sterling, B. Lobdell.
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Row 1: I. Bell, G. Wagner, D. Gillette, K. Knapp, J. Davison, A. Brady,
V. Fineg Row 2: S. Wbjton, J. Patterson, A. Kinnear, R. Lohr, J. Shreffler,
N. Culbertson, C. White, R. Hallg Row 3: F. Sagan, L. Rosenburg, W. Scholl,
R. Wood, E. Palmquist, L. Muir, J. Laskey, A, Wyantg Row hz L. Wise,
D. Sheets, C. Johnson, R. Shorts, R. McE1haney, J. Conaway, G. Snow, B. Boyer
we could say beware to the senior high school
students, but there is no alanm forseen as the freshmen
class prepare to close out their year in junior high
and begin the new school year as senior high students.
The freshmen class of 1963 left behind them a fine
record. Proved to be one of the successful dances
of the year was the one sponsored by the freshmen.
Highlight of the dance was the crowning of the queen,
Rosalie Lohr, and king, Art Proper. The last day
of school found the freshmen along with other classes
of the school ending up the year in fine style with
a trip to Conneaut Lake Park.
Row 1: J. Kuberry, L. Hiller, J. Collister, R. Smith, B. Foote,
N. Brown, K. Hasbrouckg Row 2: R. Houy, S. Seeley, M. Davis,
M. Mathews, J. Turk, G. Proper, L. Armstrong, T. Foster, Row 32
D. Luzier, C. Knapp, B. Armstrong, J. Jennings, D. McA1ev7, L. McIntyre,
T. Gawlinski, S. Carrier, H. Lobueg Row hz E, Crowther, A. Beatty,
G. williams, J. Wescoat, L. Reynolds, J. Nichols, R. Parker, D. Elm.
A TRIBUTE OUR BOOK
This is a book of memories. Memories tend to be enjoyable,
since we fortunately are more likely to remember the happy
experiences of life more than those which have led to frustration.
we would hope, too, that most of your school experiences have
been enjoyable ones. One cannot, however, live on memories.
Memories are valuable when they remind us of the deep commitments
we have made, of the vision we have had concerning our place in
life, and of the friends who have inspired us. Such memories can
be a constant spur to accomplishment and to higher living. we
hope that the memories induced by this book will be happy ones,
but that they will also be reminders of that which is fine, and-
noble, and good in life.
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Row l: L. Hefferman, S. Crum, H, Conaway, K. Armstrong, C, Ervin,
C. Lingo, A. Noel, Row 2: S. Kirk, B. Baker, D. Lewis, J. Davenport,
J. Houy, D. Wagner, P. Peters, B. Pachelunasg Row 3: D, King, D, Wig,
P. Westfall, C. Sheets, L. Ehrhart, M, Brown, B, Maynard, D, Mickle, D. Warden,
Row hz J. Gillett, T, Brown, L. Drake, R. Maxwell, J. Smith, W. Rodgers,
C. Myers, M. Dempsey, Row S: L, Archer, S, Saxton, G, Winans, M, Roberts,
T. Hayden, C. Kelly, B. Patterson, T. Larson.
As the Eighth Graders advance through
their high school years, they will prob-
ably always remember their days in sev-
enth grade. As eighth graders the boys
and girls had a little more prestige and
knowledge of the school and its activities
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Row 1: P. James, D, Proper, B, Davison, R. Cogley, C, wood, L. Wise,
M. Safkog Row 2: B. Geer, S. Karns, D. Proper, J. Melhuish, C. Johnson,
L. Burns, R. Shade, Y. Slagleg Row 3: G. Terrill, B. Miller, R. Crowther,
G. Foltz, R. Findlay, T. Grove, D. Warner, H. Mumford, J. Properg Row hz
D. Jackson, D. Saxton, J, Sutton, C, Ohl, L, Halsey, T. Kirk, J. Conaway,
G. Foote, Row S: L. Baney, J. Stoke, G. Davis, G. Scholl, D. Firster.
Row 1: P. Herb, S, Foote, L. Manross, M. Grove, J. Heffermg Row 2: R. Smith,
J. Millard, E. Price, H. Antill, F. Childs, J. Hullingsg Row 3: C. Miller,
K. Cutshall, T. Kirk, T. Beatty, E, Shoemaker, R. Watson, D, Hollabaughg Row M
E. Titus, R. Proper, R. Shorts, S. Gawlinski, R. Fleet, R. Crawford, L, Smith,
C. Proper, Row S: R. Kilfoyle, T, Orwig, L, Johnson, C. Schendler, D, Stokes,
E. Tatalovic, K. Wentz. .
SEVENTH GRADERS FACE NEW
Row 1: M. Hull, J. Marvin, G. Shontz, J. Gawlinski, C. Murray, B. Deshner,
Row 2: P. Millard, P. Warner, E. Spangler, J. Stover, M. Popovich, H. Gilson,
N. Sterling, Row 3: L. Daily, R. Westcoat, R. Holcomb, R. Bly, S. Lucas,
L. Gray, A. Gates, Row hz T. Knapp, L. Carpenter, T, Howard, E. Terrill,
D. Donor, J. Melhuish, L. Infield.
Row ls M. Daugherty, C. Kinkade, C. White, J. Jennings, J. Ghering, N. Copeland
K. Jouverg Row 2: H. Palmquist, C. Ward, M. Iochum, B. Watson, S, Hunter,
M. Culbertson, Row 3: G. Balas, R. Nichols, R. Maynard, P. Tomer, J. Warden,
R. Motterg Row 14: G. Matteson, L. Shade, B. Stocker, J, Pringle, N, Conaway,
P. Bunce, R. Sherman.
CHALLE GES OF HIGH SCHCCDL LIFE
Row 1: M. Gillette, S. Smith, L. Sterling, S. Knapp, M. Hayden, C. Werlingg
Row 2: A. Shreffler, L. Yak-um, W. Ohl, M. Reynolds, L. Kolacek, J. Roetering,
R., Bertram, Row 3: W. Neeley, R. Winters, M. McMullen, J. Gumm, T, Rumzie,
C, Ward, Row hz D. Jump, J. Bromley, D, James, P. Reynolds, F. Wilcox,
II. SeJ.1en, M. Ender.
Row 1: D. Sosnowski, J. Proper, M. Pachelunas, D. Fine, P. Walls, S. Frantz,
Row 2: J. Dempsey, L. Gray, K. Bauer, S. Armstrong, M. Hefferman, K. Van Cise,
S. Murphy, Row 3: A, Nichols, E, Sherman, D. Stokes, L. Gawlinski, D. Lucas, Q
J. Copeland, R. Smith, K. Dunbar, Row he D. Westfall, M. McIntyre, T. Terrill,
L. Davison, D. Crawford, H. Wright, J. Kirk.
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This is the second new section in this
years Memories. In this portion we have shown
some of the many activities of a student's
life. After school hours many different forms
of entertainment take place in our building.
This section covers activities from the Football
Dance all the way to Commencement Night.
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The most important event of the year was
held May 28, 1963. The 73 seniors of the class
of '63 marched into the auditorium as Mr.
Rutherford played the organ. Mr. Hover and Mr.
Cope had short messages and speeches were given
by seven seniors. The diplomas were presented
by Mrs. Virginia White, president of the school
board and then each graduate received a red rose
from Mr. Hover. After marching out of the
auditorium the class stood in line in the gym
to receive congratulations from friends and
relatives. Thus ended twelve wonderfuljears
of mental, physical, and emotional growth under
'the guidance of teachers, principals, coaches,
and everyone else on the staff of Townville
For everything so many fine people have
done for us, we the class of 1963 thank youll!
JUST A FEW MCRE MI LITE
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SCPHOMCRE EMPRESS AND EMPERCJR
FRESHMAN PRINCE AND PRINCESS
QUEEN AND KING
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Bruce Drake and Belle Spanogle
JU ICR CLASS PLAY
Seated: Peggy Davenport, Fred Palmquist, Mary Lou Hamilton,
Freddie Hamilton, Marlene Saeger, Shirley Wood. Standing:
Dorothy Kerr, Linda Lingo, Richard Halsey, Ray Aversa,
Craig Stoke Don Crowther, Bob Knapp, Arita 3501-ts, In
rear: Bob fynch.
'Rest Assured" is a very amusing account
of the happenings when a very wealthy man does
not want his daughter to marry the son of an
:Lmm:i.grant. The son's father came to the house
to try to change the wealthy man's mind but he
only succeeded in getting into a fight. The man
fell asleep and dreamed he had killed the poor
immigrant and than that he himself died. When
he awoke to find out that everything had been a
dream he did an about-face and consented to the
"I come-a to talk-a for my Joe."
"I've decided I'm not going with you, Mr.
The Juniors proved to be very able
actors. They presented the play three
times and each performance was well "Oh, P19859 get '-1Pv"
attended. Much of the success was due
to the time and patience of the directors,
Mrs. Lupher and Miss Mitchell.
"I'l1 put him to sleep."
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organizations can be found in
this part of our annual. Also
the officers of each club are
pictured and a summary of each
organization's activities is
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NATICD AL HONGR SGCI ETY
ROW I: P. Davenport, L. Sterling, L. Lingo, P, Copeland,
M. Winters. RON II: C. Neely, M. Jouver, M. Proper,
E. Proper, J. Schendler. ROW III: C. Seiler, V. Deeter,
J. Battin, S. Hoepfl, G. Gawlinski, J. Kirk. ROW IV:
R. Westfall, R. Lynch, B. McPheters, J. Bradley, R. Shreffler
Members of the National Honor
Society are chosen by the faculty
on Scholarship, Leadership, Service
and Character. Each senior receives
a gold tassel at graduation plus a
special seal on his diploma. To
retain membership in this organi-
zation during the year, grades
must meet the required level.
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Seated: Judy Schendler, President, Brian
McPheters, Secretary-Treasurer, Standing,
Verla Deeter, Vice-president.
STUDENT CQUNCIL PROMOTES FIRST
Row 1: K. Kunick, E. Proper, S. Lake, B. HcPheters, R. Knapp, G. Yazgang
Row 2: D. Crawford, D. Jams J, Melville, S. Winton, B. Armstrongg
Row 3: S. Harwell, L. Bingo, 5. Maxwell, C. Murray, P. James, K. Kinkade,
Row hx R. Wig, PI. Alford, L. Huir, P. Hancox, L. Muir
EXCHANGE STUDE T
Seated: Brian McPheters, Governorg
Elaine Proper, Secretaryg Standing:
Bob Knapp, Lt. Governorg Sharon Lake,
Foreign Exchange Treasurerg Judy
Schendler, Treasurerg Kathy Kunick,
The Student Council began the year
with their new'foreign exchange stu-
dent. They held a Foreign Student,
Week, in which they put up posters,
sold bonds, showed a movie, had their
Sadie Hawkins dance with auction of
boys, and ended the week with a dis-
play of foreign articles at the Music
Booster's Carnival. All the money
they collected was to be for the next
Row 1: L. Armstrong, V. Deeter, J. Melville, D. Hull, P. Davenport, L. Sterling,
Row 2: L. Henry, P. Findley, L. Larson, N. Brady, E. Sposkoski, B. Spanogle,
C. Neely, Row 3: L. Lingo, J. Childs, L. Culbertson, D. Gates, C. Werling,
E. Waid, P. Copelandg Row hz M. Jouver, E. Proper, C. Douglas, R. Phillips,
To qualify as a member of the Commercial
Club, you must either be a Junior or Senior
and taking the Commercial course in high school.
The Com ercial Club backs the expense of the
newspaper, thus making it possible for public-
ation of school news.
Highlights and activities of the year
include inniation of new Junior members, the
annual trip--this year to Cleveland--and
sponsorship of two booths at the Music Boosters
Senior members of the club are alloted
secretarial practice by choosing a teacher
for which to do secretarial work. This
work is graded by the teacher and given
to Mrs. Miller, sponsor, who then works
with the student according to the rating
received. This work is done aside from
regular school work and the secretary is
expected to keep both the work and the
school assignments on a high grade average.
Seated: Linda Henry, Presidentg
Jeanne Melville, Secretary, Standing
Linda Lingo, Vice-President, Linda
Row 1: M. Jouver, P. Findlay, E, Proper, V. Deeter, C. Seiler, C. Douglas, Row 2:
D. Hull, J. Melville, N. Brady, B. Spanogle, C. Neely, Row 3: L. Henry, L. Culbert-
son, E. Sposkoski, P. Copelandg Row hz P. Davenport, E. Waid, L. Sterling, B. Phillips,
L. Lingo, L. Armstrong.
The Newspaper Staff published
seven newspapers during the school
year. Many articles featuring the
activities of the school and accom-
plishments of the students were
printed. The following awards were
given by the staff: best article--
Mary Properg best club reporter--
Roy Erhartg best class reporter--
Karen Warnerg poetry--Doug Sheets.
Seated: Verla Deeter, Editorg Christine
beiler, Associate Editor, Standing:
Elaine Proper, Assistant Editor, Mary Jo
Jouver, Business Manager.
F.F. . RECEIVES SUPERIOR
Row l: C. Bradley, N. Moore, D. Crowther, J. Proper, D. Myers, D. Perry,
B. Knapp, S. Elm, L. Ehrhart, R. Aversa, D. Phillips, R. Halsey, F. Donor,
R. Infield, D. Willey, Row 2: C. Johnson, D. Gosik, L. Wise, A. Beatty,
F. Papotnik, D. Parker, D. McAlevy, D. Sheets, R. Parker, C. Knapp, G. Snow,
B. Boyer, L. Rosenburgg Row 3: C. Dengler, K. Fielding, C. Vanderhoff,
E, Caldwell, W. Davison, B. Lobdell, D. Krepps, D. Kilfoyle, R. Field,
W, Brooks, L. Reynolds, D. Alexander, Row he R. Ehrhart, D. Gates, E. Galford,
J. Gillette, R, Hasbrouck, G, Deeter, L. Papotnik.
The F. F. A had a very successful
beginning this year as they received
many champion and grand champion awards
at the county fair. During the year
they entered judgings and competitions
in various fields and placed high in
each. The annual F. F. A. banquet
was held in April with a state officer
as the main speaker. The highlight
of the year was reciving the Superior
Rating Award as one of the best-F. F. A.
organizations in Pennsylvania.
Seated: Roger Hasbrouck, Vice-president, Bob
Knapp, Secretary, Standing: John Proper,
Treasurer, Roy Erhart, News Reporter, Don
Crowther, Sentinalg Ray Aversa, Chapling
Absent Jim Gillette, President.
FUTURE HOMEM KERS of AMERICA
Row 1: N. Brown, K. Kanpp, L. Sterling, E. Greathouse, J. Burt, D. Kerr,
R. Bennett, S. Wood, Row 2: M. Firster, G. Wagner, J. Rosenburg, R. Steadman,
K. Warner, J. Lohr, M. Davis, Row 2: S. Hollabaugh, L. Shreffler, M. Gilson,
D. Antill, A. Infield, S. Seelyg Row 3: B. Bromley, P. Burns, B. Edminister,
L. Callen, J. Antill, D. McClintock, D. Keeley.
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Sterling, Vice President, D. Keeley, Reporter.
FTA RELIEVES OVER-WORKED
The F. T. A. began the school '
year with the initiation of new 1
members. Teacher appreciation
day held in the grade school was
the main event. This program
gave each member an opportunity
to realize the responsibilities
of the teaching profession by
giving them a chance to teach
school that day. A field trip
to Thiel College was taken in
April. The students toured the
college and had the opportunity, to
to experience college life. Each
senior member received a 35 grad-
uation gift in reward for work
Seated: Brian McPheters, President, Janet
Battin, Treasurer, Standing: Arita Shorts,
News Reporter, Dick Warner, Vice-presidentg
Jill Phillips, Historian, Absent, Bernie
Row lg B. Gumm, A. Shorts, K. Stocker, R. Warner, L. Davison, V. West,
P. Balasg Row 2: N. Sitterly, L. Johnson, J. Phillips, M. Seeger,
M. Resinger, J, wel-ling, M, Alford, Row 3: M. Holcomb, S. James J. Lupher,
E, An-bill, J, Battin, C. Gillette, C. Spratt, B. McPhetersg Row fu R. Smith,
D. Rodgers, R. Hover, L. Muir, B. Jones, J. McMullen, D. Fisher.
FUTURE URSES ofAMERICA
Row 1: L. Kanyuclc, M. Alford R. Moyer, J. Steadmang Row 2: J. Joslyn,
G. Maze, E. Fiely, M. Besanson, L. Pachelunasg Row 3: V. Shontz, N. Kanyuck,
The main highlight of the year for the
F. N. A. was the night they spent at Mead-
ville City Hospital. While at the hospital
the girls attended lectures and acquainted
themselves with the hospital routine.
Another field trip was taken to Warren
State Mental Hospital. The superintendent
of nurses explained the various duties of
a student nurse at a mental hospital.
The F. N. A. members received much help-
ful information from both tours.
Seated: Judy Schendler, Presidentg
Ruth Moyer, Secretary. Standing:
Jennifer Joslyn, News Reporter: Linda
KQHYUCK, Treasurer: Marilyn Alford,
Row 1: H. Lobuo, L. Armstrong, J, Davison, R. Shorts,
A. Wyantg Row 2: C. Sailor, R, Hover, C. Douglas,
D, Condit, D, Sheets, D, Sager.
Row 1: M. Besanson, S. Winton, J, Grove, K. Banoy,
T, Fostorg Row 2: C. Williams, P. Burns, S. Deshnor,
J, Grove, D. McPheters, M. Alford.
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Standing: Christina Seiler, Roportorg Bob Wig, Vice-president.
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G. Hblli, D. Gillette.
Row la N. Mailliard V. Deeter P. Davenport D, Cogle
D. Hull, B. HcPhetersg Row 2: 15, Baldwin, B.'Dr.1.., y'
F. Palmquist, J. Ross.
The :arching band started another year with their
usual participation in the football games. But the
band was not only there to cheer on the champion foot-
ball team but also the champion basketball team. The
pep band, playing at the basketball games, proved to
be a hit with the fans. Assemblies , exchange music
programs, and concerts were the highlights of the year.
The band, with the help of the Music Boosters, also
sponsored assemblies of outside talent for the pleasure
of the student body and faculty.
H. Burchard, R. Moyer, N. Ksnyuck
Row 1: L. Larson, A. Shorts, C. Spratt, S. Saber, S. Gumm, J. Steadman,
C. Aversa, D. Kerr, K. Baney, E. Sposkoski, M. hdnters, L. Conaway,
Row 22 J. Melville, M. Saeger, C. Werling, J. Kirk, J. Werling, M, Tome
M. Hancox, G. Gawlinski, K. Smith, H. Boyd, A. Brady, L, Davison, E, Fiely,
C' Kerr: No Brady, B. Gmmm,R0W 32 L. Henry, P. Findlay, J. Davison,
P. Copeland, C. Seiler, C, Neely, J. Schendler, S. Woods, N. Francis
P. Hancox, B, Brown, J. Childs, M. Gilson, G. Steadman, M. Findlay,
M' Alford, K. Bauer, L. Carpenter, M. Besanson, Row hr L. Kanyuck,
E. Proper, M. Jouver, L. Culbertson, M. Burchard, Row S: M. Lobue,
A. Wise, R. Hover, B. Drake, C. Willison, D. Childs, R. Smith, J. Sommer-
ville, J. Ross, D. Warner, D, Condit.
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Music was the word this year. The
Chorus sang at several music events.
The annual Spring Music Festival, a -
concert for Randolph High School students, 2
a concert for the Music Boosters, and
several programs for the student body were
among the Chorus activities. A popular
feature of the Chrous was a quartet composed
of Jim Ross, Dave Condit, Marty LoBue, and
Mike Dempsey who performed three times this
year. Each year members are selected to
attend the District Chorus Events. The ones
in attendance from Townville were Christine Seated: Bruce Drake, Presidenti
Seiler, 3rd year, Linda Culbertson, 2nd year, Peggy Copelandy Secretary: Stand-
Judy Schendler, lst year, Karen Baney, lst ing! Marcia BGSHHSOH, Chapllni
year, Bruce Drake, 3rd year, Dave Condit, Patty Findlay, Vice-President?
2nd year, and Jim Ross, hth year. Jim also Dick Warner, News Reporters Connie
attended State Chorus for the 2nd year and Neely, Treasurer.
attended Nationals at Atlantic City.
Patty Findley, head, Bernie Gumm, Martha Alford, Elaine
Proper, Linda Culbertson, Mary Lee Tomer, Kathy Smith.
The Majorettes started the season by march-
ing at the majority of the football games.
Performances were given at the Spring Music
Festival and district maneuvers which was held
at Conneaut Valley. To raise money for new
uniforms they sold blue and gold pam-poms and
had a ruzmnage sale :Ln Tituaville.
The four senior majorettes are Patty Findle
head, Linda Culbertson, Bernie Gumm, and Elaine
R 1: J. Proper B. Knapp R Kaster C. Stokesg Row 2: J. Ross, T. Darling,
B?,wBechte1, D. Gates: Row 52 .R- Stanford, L- Bancroft: G' Kinnear-' D' Mallory'
J. Gjlletteg Row u: D. Gillett, D. Childs, L- Reynolds, B- MCPHSWS'
The Varsity Club members sponsored a
Turkey Raffle and the Doc. Williams Show,
a western variety, to obtain money to
purchase their varsity jackets. The jac-
kets were referred to as nthe coolest jac
kets the school has ever seen.N Basket-
ball and football emblems with County
Champs engraved on them were given to
the team members to wear on the shoulders
of the jackets.
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Kaster, Secretaryg Brian McPheters,
Vice-presidentg Robert Knapp, Treasurer
The main project of the Project-
ionists Club this year was to pur-
equipment for the record
in the high school during
An ampl:Lf'yi.ng system and
were the two major items
obtained. The club also
showed films , sponosred a dance,
and had their usual movie booth at
ISTS - DGNATE
Seated: Dave Baldwin, Vice-president,
Mary Winters, Secretary, Standing:
Mary Jo Jouver, Treasurer, Jill Phillips,
News Reporter, Absent, Alford Danforth,
ANCE EQUIPME T
Row 1: D. Sheets, M. Jouver, D. Baldwin, J. Phillips, M. Winters, G. Yazgang
Row 2: S. Lake, E. Proper, K. Stocker, G. Fleet, B. Gumm, L. Kanyuclc, M.P1-operg
Row 3: J. Ross, T. Darling, L. Davison, N. Kanyuck, E. Sposkoski, J. Batting
Row LL: J. McMullen, D, Roggers, R. Smith, S. McPheters, R. Shrefflerg
Row 5: R. Aversa, W. Modlin, R. Ehrhart.
ART CLUB '
Row 1: B. Gumm, J. Phillips, K. Kunick, M. Winters, Row 2: T. Tanzer,
L. Kanyuck, M. Hancox, C. Armstrong, L. Larsong Row 3: S. Lake, R. Werner,
N. Brady, M. Alford, S. Elm, Row hz J. Turk, R. Caldwell, J. Bradley,
R. Wig, R. Smith.
A new service organization was
brought into being this year--an
Art Club. The Art Club made posters
for various clubs and activities
of the school. It was a very worth-
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Vice-president, Bob Smith, News Reporter,
Mina Hancox, Treasurer.
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B. Davison, P. walls. Row 2: H. Palmquist, M. H1111 J. Rater-ing, R. Shorts, T. or-wig,
L. Johnson, K. VanCise, M. Hefferman, K. Jouver. Row 3: G. Mattison, R. Nichols, P.
Reynolds, D. Jackson, B, Miller, M. McIntyre, D. King, G. Winans, F. Wilcox, C. Ohl,
D. Crawford, D. Stokes. Row he L. Davison, D. Wig, D. Mickle, ,L. Drake, K. Wentz,
J. Davenport, T. Hayden, J. Sutton, D. Smith, L, Hefferman.
The Junior High Band under the direction of Mr. Rutherford, is a
good place for the young musicians to get used to playing as a group.
While they are still learning to play their :Lnsturments the pupils get
a chance to practice together and learn new music. Each time the High
School Band and Chorus put on a music program the Junior High Band also
participated. Several of the band members had an idea and with Mr.
Rutherford's help they created a very successful jug and bottle band.
The "hil1bi11ies" dressed in appropiate costumes and played a variety of
jugs and bottles. Whenever they performed the group was very well
received and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone.
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This year has been the most successful we
have ever had as :Ear as sports are concerned.
Our dream that someday we would win the football
championship came true due to the hard work of
the coaches and the team. Our guys also worked
hard during the winter and won the basketball
championship. A boys' volleyball team was beglm
by Mr. Patton-- they won second place in the
County T0urnament. The wrestling, track, and
girl's volleyball teams also had quite successful
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Row 1: B. Vukmer, D. Gillett, G. Kinnear, J. Turk, D. Childs, F. Cleland,
J. Berling Row 2: L. Proper, R. Stanford, J. Gillette, D. Mallory, B Bechtel,
L. Bancroft, D. Gates, Row 3: B. Proper, J. Ross, T. Darling, D. Werner,
R. Hover, S. McPheters, L. Bihung Row hz B. Darling, J. Kuberry, J. Proper,
B. McPheters, D. Abrams, B. Fisher, A. Kaster, D. Condit.
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13 Titusville 27
27 Conneaut Valley 12
31 Cambridge Springs 6
26 Saegertown 7
no Randolph 20
28 Youngsville 6
1111 Venango Christian O
39 Franklin 18
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Arita Shorts, Marlene Saeger, Judy Schendler, Sharon Lake,
Belle Spanogle, Absent Jeanne Melville.
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The cheerleaders started the
year by cheering at all of the
football games. They weathered
rain, snow, and cold to urge our
team on to victory. Basketball
season saw them once again at all
the games doing their best to
instill school spirit among the
Sharon Lake Judy Schendler
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Although the Class B crown was the most
noteworthy reward reaped from the football
season, individual players also collected
many important awards for themselves.
The first game of the season
left the Eagle fans with down-
trodden spirits as the team was
defeated by long-time foe, Titus-
ville. The Eagles bounced back
quickly, though, and defeated
Conneaut Valley for the first
time in a revenge packed game.
The following game at Cambridge
Springs was just as action packed
as a game could be with the Eagles
coming out on top.
The Saegertown game elated
Eagle spirits even higher.
After an easy victory over
Randolph, the moment of truth
for the team finally arrived.
The victory at Youngsville
clinched the football crown.
The Venango Christian game
was an easy but cold victory.
The last game of the season
at Franklin a class A school
was a fitting ending to an ,
already fabulous season.
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football squad in her history. with a
record of 7 wins and 1 loss the Mighty
Eagles captured the County Class B Champ-
E GLES CONTI UE TO FLY HIGH AS
THEY WI BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
E0:al:LeDave Howard, Manager, Bob Bechtel, Blaine Proper, Rick Stan-
0 s 9 R9YH01dS, Mhnaeer- ROW 2- Mr. Burt, Coachg Jim Wheelock,
Bruce Drake, Bob Vukmer, Dick Gillett, Jim Gillette, Dave Mallory.
Townville 6h Union City 28
Townville 70 Commodore Perry Sh
Townville h3 New Wilmington 63
Townville SS Commodore Perry 61
Townville 66 Titusville Sh
Townville SO Laurel 51
Townville 6h Union S9
Townville Sl Sparta S9
Townville 78 Conneaut Valley 69
Townville 63 Conneaut Lake 39
Townville 68 Cambridge Springs h6
Townville 88 Randolph h7
Townville SO Saegertown 63
Townville 55 Linesville 53
Townville 61 Youngsville 79
Townville 65 Conneaut Valley S6
Townville 60 Conneaut Lake hh
Townville 36 Cambridge Springs Sh
Townville 70 Randolph h9
Townville 6h Saegertown 59
Townville 53 Linesville 57
Townville 81 Titusville M8
Townville 72 Saegertown 50
Townville S2 Fort LeBoeuf 66
Bruce Drake Bob Vukmer, number 25 on page 118
JUNIGR V RSI TY COMPLETE
Row 1: D. Fisher, Managerg T, Peebles, B. Darling, S McPheters,
Mr. Rusek, Coachg Row 2: R, Hover, L. Proper, C. Willison, M Dunbar
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ROW I: Gary Winans, Jim Nichols, TonmGawlinski, Craig Proper
Robert Holcomb, Art Nichols. ROW II: Mike McMullen, Managerg
Keith Wentz, Clifford Kelly, Dan Gosik, Mark Roberts, Joe
Stokes, John Conaway, Larry Gawlinski, Jim Gum , Managerg
Manager, Mr. Minnis, Coach.
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Bob Vukmer in his left for
ward position completed a fine
season. He constantly led the
fast break and set up many good
Jim Gillette had a terrific season,
as he led the team scorewise. His posi-
tion, right forward, was always covered.
Jim received the award of Best Player of
the Crawford County Class B League.
Due to the combined effort
of the team and the five varsity
players individually honored on
these pages Townville High's
Eagles cuped the hotly contested
Crawford County Class B Basket-
122' s e as
Bob Bechtel, left guard, was a work horse on
defense. He constantly set up many of the scoring
attempts during the season.
Dave Mallory, who played
the right guard position, was
a major part of the team. He
set up defense plays and when
given the chance, shot for many
his ability by continually tip
ping the ball to his team ates
resulted in the end victory.
Dick Gillett, center, proved
and aiding in the team effort which
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T. Berlin, J. Dailey, E. Deveny, E. Stravforidge, D. Crowbher, A. Kaster.
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TRACK TE M
ROW I: Alan Wise, D. Condit, J. Waddingham, W. Hunter, R. HcElhany
L. Reynolds, W. Whitman, D. Mickle, B. Davison. ROW II: T. Gaw-
linski, A. Proper, R. Lynch, T. Peebles, R. Abrams, D. Fisher,
J. Dailey, J. Proper, A. Wyant, G, Dailey. ROW III: L, Reynolds,
T. Darling, H. Westfall, R. Stanford, D. Sheets, D. Childs,
B. Bechtel, B. Drake, T. Crawford, J. Stoke, T. Berlin. ROW IV:
L. Proper, J. Gillette, B. Vukmer, D. Gillett.
gi The track team participated in
various area meets throughout the
Spring. Practice began in April
and continued through the end of
Hay. The boys showed their sturd-
iness by practicing and competiting
in the cold wind and rains of the
5PI'iUg- Led by Mr. Lzmlley many of
the boys stood up well against the
competition of Class A schools.
VCLLEYBALL TEAM TAKES FGURTH
Row 1: Gul Yazgan, Jill Phillips, Gale Fleet, Darlene McClintock,
Carol Kerr, Alice Infield, Elaine Waid, Patty Burns. Row 2: Linda
Kanyuck, Mina Hancox, Elaine Sposkoski, Nancy Kanyuck, Linda Root,
Judy Lupher, Patty Findlay. Row 3: Sharon Lake, Tara Tanzer, Elaine
Proper, Linda Culbertson, Many Jo Jouver, Janet Battin, Christine
Seiler, scorekeeper, Marcia Besanson timekeeper, Miss Remigo, coach.
The girls' volleyball team coached by Miss
Remigo and Dick Warner placed fourth at the annual
tournament held at Saegertown High School this
year. Practice was held regularly and of the 2h
team members 12 attended the tournament. Dick
Warner, a senior, coached the team. His tim and
efforts were greatly appreciated.
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Kneeling: G. Matteson, W. Whitman, M. Lobue, D. Mickle, G, Proper,
L. Ar0h8I', A. Wyantg Row 2: J. Laskey, T. Grove, K. Stocker, D. Abrams,
D. Alexander, D, Perryg Row 3: R. Ward, J. Gillett.
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Although these fellows don't get much recognition
they work just as hard as the varsity squad and give
the guys on the first team a reason to work harder so
that they are not replaced by a J. V. This team gets
its chance on the mats before each varsity match.
.IU ICJRV RSITY CHEERLE DERS
S. Seber, H. Boyd, J. Lupher, L. Root, L. Sterling
Seated! K. Bauer, R. Moyer, M. Holcomb,
C. Seiler, Ass't. Editor, Bus. Mgr,
Standing! 5. James, S, Winton, S, Hoepfl
C. Armstrong, M, Jouver, Editor.
The members of the annual staff take their
time after scnool and free time during school
to bring the Memories of each year together in
one book for your enjoyment.
Most students don't realize what goes into
the making of a yearbook but anyone on the staff
can tell you that it takes time, patience, and
co-operation on the part of everyone concerned.
The staff must work with their advisor,
Mr. Higgins, the school principal, Mr. Hover,
and photographer, Mr. Johnston, and combine all
ideas, pictures, and material into a book that
will bring back all fond Memories of T.H.S.
For the last two years, Christine and
I have attended yearbook workshops and
conferences to gather materials and ideas
to bring to you a book that will make it
Possible for you to remember a little more
about your high school days. This year's
book has been changed and we hope that you
like it as well as the staff.
Mary Jo Jouver, Editor
A lot of work and expense is put into
the making of this book. Only through co-
operation of the student body and patrons
is money made to support this expense.
When it comes time for yearbook orders,
support your yearbook staff. Your help
is greatly appreciated.
Christine Seiler, Ass't Editor 8
Yon g though we were when we entered these halls, we have
found many precious things 5 friendship, lmowl'-WSC, afld
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hgpplness, we worked, we earne ,
we were challenged by our teachers, by our parentsg and
we shall continue to be challenged as we pass through
these doors to begin the new life that lies beyond. we
shall remember the understanding and guidance given to
us by our'teachers. Although we may be separated, our
memories of THS will linger on forever.
SENIOR ACTI ITIE
NAM : Marilyn Alford
ACTIVITIES: Band l,2,3,h5 Chorus hg Art
3, treas.,h vice-pres.:
Dance Band 3.
Club hg F.N.A. 2,
Science Club 1,23
NAME: Dolly Antill
NAME: David Baldwin
ACTIVITIES: Projectionist Club 2,3,h,g
Band M5 Wrestling 3,
NAME: Larrie Bancroft
ACTIVITIES: Football M: Basketball 15
F.F.A. 1,23 Varsity Club bg Wrestling 23
Student Council 2, 3.
NAME: Robert Bechtel
ACTIVITIES: Basketball l,2,3,h5 Football
l,2,3,h5 Track 3,h: Varsity Club 2,3,hS
Softball 3 e
NAME: Joe Berlin
ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,hg Wrestling 3,
M: J.V. A J.H. Basketballg Track 3, A.
NAME: Marcia Besanson
ACTIVITIES: Band l,2,3,h Treas.35 Chorus bg
Yearbook Staff 3: Library Staff 1: F.N.A.
NAME: Althea Knickerbocker Brady
ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club h- Chorus h.
Art Club bg Newspaper Staff M., ,
NAME: William Bromley
ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 2.
NAME: Joyce Burt
ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 2,3,h, Sec-
NAME: David Childs
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,h: Track 3, A:
Varsity Club bs Chorus 3,h.
NAME: Peggy Copeland
ACTIVITIES: Senior Six, Salutatoriang
Commercial Club 3, hs Chorus 2,3,h3
Newspaper Staff 3,h3 National Honor
NAME: Linda Culbertson
COURSE: Com ercial
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 1,23 Volleyball hg
Chorus 3,h3 Newspaper Staff hy Majorette 3,h5
Commercial Club 3,h.
NAME: Gary Dailey
ACTIVITIES: Track 2,3,h.
NAME: Alford Danforth
ACTIVITIES: Band l,2,3,h: Track 23 Junior
Play 33 Projectionist Club 2,3,h,
NAME: Tom Darling
ITIES: Basketball 1' Football 1 2 3 L.
gi3skh1,2,3,h: Projectionist Club ug Vaisitg
NAM : William Davison
ACTIVITIES: Track hs F.F.A. ll.
NAM : Verla Deeter
COURSE: Com ercial
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, M
Vice-pres.: Newspaper Staff 3,h Edit0T5
Commercial Club 3,hg F.N.A. l,2,3, Pres.:
Sy, Play 33 Jr, - Sr. Play 33 Band 1,2,3,hi
Jr, Dist. Band lg Dance Band 2.
NAME: Elemer Deveny
ACTIVITIES: wrestling h: F-F-A- 1,2-
NAME: Carl Douglas
ACTIVITIES: Basketball l,2,3: Band 1 2,3,h5
Newspaper Staff 3,h5 Commercial Club L.
NAME: Bruce Drake
ACTIVITIES: Basketball l,2,3,1:, Varsity
Club bg Vlooeyball bg Track hg Band l,2,3,h3
Chorus 2,3,h5 District Chorus h.
NAME: Susan Elm
COURSE: Vocational Agriculture
Rifle Club 1, ' ' u 2
1-TIES! FAFMA., 3 b. Art Cl b br.
NANE2 Lyda 0318 Fleet
ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. l,2,33 Art Club bi
Proj. Club M3 Cheerleader 15 Yearbook
Staff hg Volleyball Team h.
NAME: Pat Findlay
ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 3,h5 Chorus 3,h
Vice Pres. 3,h3 Volleyball bg Newspaper Staff
hy Majorette hg G.A.A. 13 Cheerleader 1,25
NAME: Dan Gates
ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,h3 Jr. Play 33
F.F.A. l 2 3 A.
NAME: Richard Gillett
ACTIVITIES: Varsity Club 2,3 Treas, h
Pres., Track l,2,3,h3 Basketball 1g2,3,h5
Football l,2,3,h3 Volleyball h.
NAM : James Aden Gillette, Jr.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball l,2,3,h3 Football
l,LI3, F.F.A. 2 Treas. Sc County Treas., 3
Sentinel, h Pres., Sr. Class President.
NAME: Eleanor Greathouse
ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. l,2,3,Vice-pres.,
NAME: Bernadine Gumm
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 13 Proj.
Club 2,3,b3 Majorette l,2,3 Head, ug Art
Club hg F.T.A. 3,h5 National Honor Society
35 Chorus 3,h3 Freshmen Queen: Football
NAME: Mina Hancox
ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. l,2,3,b3 Art Club A
Bus: Mgr: Chorus 3,b.
NAM : Nancy Hart
ACTIVITIES: F .H.A. 2
NAME: Fredrick Lo Hasbrouck
ACTIVITIES: FgF,A, 1,2,
NAME: Rodger Hasbrouck
ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,hg
Pres. s:ecQ'TreaEo 3a
NAM : Linda Henry
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3,b5 Yearbook Staff
2,3,A, Commercial Club 3,h Pres-s News-
paper Staff hs Proj. Club 2, 30
NAM : Richard Houy
NAME: Donna Hull
CO RSE: Com ercial
ACTIVITIES: Band l,2,3,h3 Chorus 2,33
Com ercial Club 3,h5 F.T.A. l.
NAMES Alice Marie Infield
ACTIVITJES: F.H.A. 2,3,h.
NAME: Mary Jo Jouver
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3: Chorus 3,hs
Commercial Club 3,h3 Guidance Off?Ce
Staff l,2,3,hg National HODOF SOCICVY
3,h5 Ngwspaper Staff 3, h BUS- Mgr'5
Projo Club 2 Trgag, 3,h5 Volleyball U3
Yearbook 2,3 BUS- M8T': h Edltor'
NAME: Linda Lee Kanyuck
ACTIVITIES: Art Club bg Chorus bg Jr.-
Sr. Play 33 F.N.A. 1,3 Treas.,h3 Proj.
Club 2,3 hs Volleyball bg Yearbook
NAM : Mike Kelly
ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 2,3,h: Chorus h.
NAME: David Kilfoyle
COURSE: V cation l
ACTIVITIES: F.F'.A. l,2,3,h,
NAME: Gary Kinnear
COURSE: Aca hmic
ACTIVITIES: Ba ketball l,233,h:
Football l,2,3,h5 Track 1,25
NAM : Jennifer Kirk
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3,h:
Chorus M3 F.H. A. 1,2,3 President.
NAME: Sharon Lake
ACTIVITIES: Volleyball hy Art Club L3
Guidance Office lg F.N.A. 1,23 Cheerleader
l,2,3,hg Yearbook 35 Student Council l,3,h
Projectionist Club 3,h.
NAME: Audrey Lohr
ACTIVITIES: Commercial 3,115 Newspaper
NAME: Viola Lucas
ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 3.
NAME: Dave Mallory
ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,h3 Basketball
2,3,hg Varsity Club 3,145 F.T,A. 2,33
Vice-pres. Junior Class.
NAME: Brian McPhetere
ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,1,3 Basketball 13
Football 2,3,h3 Science Club 1,25 Track
1,2,35 Varisty Club 3,135 Student Council
1: Gov.3 National Honor Society 3,11 Sec. -
Treas.g, F.T.A. 1,2 Tres., 3, Pres., II.
NAME: Jeanne Melville
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader l,2,3,l:5 G-if-4013
Band 1,2 3,u, sw. lm: Chem 2,3.ll! Student
Council L3 IA.. Governor 33 Yearbook 23
Newspaper Staff l,2,h3 Library Staff 13
r.T.:. 13 com..-emi cm. 3.11. Soc- ln-
NAME: George Miller
ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,h3 Wrestling 2.
NAME: Nathan Moore
ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,3,h.
NAME: Connie Neely
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2,3,h3 Commercial Club
3,133 Class Sec. 3,143 National Honor Society
L33 Newspaper Staff 3,h.
NAME: Jill Phillips
ACTIVITIES: Jr. Sr. Play 33 Art Club 1:5
Newspaper Staff 1,23 Projeetioniat Club
3,133 F.N.A. 1,2,33 Cheerleader 1,23
G.A.A. 13 Pres. 13 F.T.A. 2,3.
NAME: Elaine lone Proper
ACTIVITIES: Majorette 2,3,h3 Chorus 2,
3,113 Student Council l,2, 3, II Sec.3
Proj. Club 2 ,3,Lg,5 Newspaper Staff 3 ,h3
Yearbook Staff 1,3 ,143 Commercial Club
3,113 Guidance Office Staff 2,3 3 Volley-
NAME: Mary Proper
ACTIVITIES: Band 2,3,hg Chorus 3s Jr- -
Sr, Play 3, Proj. Club 2,3 hs Yearbook
Staff 3 ,133 Volleyball 2,3 ,fly National
Honor Society hi F.H.A. 1 PreS.3 C1238
NAME: Marcia Resinger
ACTIVITIES F,T.A. 2,3,h3 F.H.A. 3.
NAME: Terry Reynolda
ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 1.
NAME: Dave Rodgers
ACTIVITIES: Track 33 Football 1,23 Wrestling
3, FeTe.A.e scmc' 1,2'
Chorus kj Projectionist Club 3,f:.
NAME: James Ross
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,23 Football 2,3,h3
Track 1,2,33 Science Club 1 23 Band 1,2,3,h3
Vl1'93-ff? Club hs Chorus 2,3,f:: Projectioniet
NAME: Judy Bchendler
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3,133 Student Council
IL' Trees. FeueAe Pres. National
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NAME: Charlotte Christine Seiler
ACTIVITIES: Senior Six, Valedictoriang
American Legion Award 15 Band 13,337-li
nance Band l,2,33 Chrous 2.3.hs District
chorus 2,3,h3 Comercial Club 3,h:
Science Club 1,23 'F.H.A. 15 Jr. Play 33
National Honor Society 3,1-L5 V013-Cyball
hs Newspaper Staff 3 Featllrt Ed., ll-
Associate Ed.: Yearbook Staff 2, 3,
1, Ass't. Ed., Bus. Mgr.
NAME: Doug Sheets
ACTIVITIES: Basketball Hgr. 13 Track 3,143
Art Club lg, Vice Pres. 1:3 Projectioniat
NAME: Rodney N, Shreffler
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society hs
Proj. Club 3,135 Football Mgr. kj
Basketball scorekeeper 2.
NAME: Robert N. Smith
ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 113 Art Club 143
Prof. Club 133 Chorus 2,3,h.
NAME: Belle Spanogle
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader l,2,3,U5 Chorus
2,35 Com ercial Club 3,Uo
NAME: Elaine Sposkoski
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3,h5 Commercial Club
3,h3 Newspaper Staff 3,h3 Proj. Club 2,
3,h5 Science Club lg Volleyball 2,3,h.
NAM : Karl Stocker
ACTIVITIES: Wrestling l,3,hg Art Club hg
F.T.A. l,2,3,L5 Proj, Club M5 Varsity
NAME: Lois E, Titus
ACTIVITIES: Commercial Club 3,hg News-
paper Staff b.
NAM : Robert S. Vukmer
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,u, Basketball
1,2,3,bs Track l,2,3,b5 Student Council '
1325 Science Club 2, Varsity Club l,2,35
Vice-pres. Soph. Class: Pres. Jr. Class.
NAME: Richard Lo Warner
ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 1,2 3,b ViceLpfes.3
Chorus l,2,L3 Football L3 Science Club
1,25 Football Mgr. 3.
NAME: Robert Wig
ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,h Vice-pres.: Art
Club bg Student Council hg Volleyball u.
NANE: Mary Winters
ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3,h:
Proj. Club 2, Sec., 3,h3 Chorus 3,h3
F,T.A. hs Art Club hs Jr. Play 35 Year-
book Staff 3.
NAME: Gul Yazgan
COURSE: , Academic.
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Abrams, Richard 69, 112, 126, 128
Don 6b, 9h, 128
Alford, Marilyn 28, 91, 98, 100, 1011,
Alford, Martha 68, 91, 96, 101
Antill, Dollye 28, 95
Antill, Ester 67, 96
Antill, Gladys 69
Anii11, Hazel 7h
Antill, Jean 68, 95
Archer, Dennis 66
Archer, Le Roy 73, 128
Armstrong, Boyd 72, 91
Armstrong, Carol 65, l0h, 129
Armstrong, Kay 73
Armstrong, Linda Cllthb 6h, 92, 93, 98
Armstrong, Linda C 9thl 72
Armstrong, Shirley 76
Aversa, Concetta 68, 100
Aversa, Ray 66, 86, 98, 103
Baker, Brenda 73, 105
Balas, Gerald 75
Balas, Patricia 69, 96
Baldwin, David 28, 99, 103
Bancroft, Larrie 28, 102, 112, 113
Baney, Karen 68, 98, 100
Baney, Lester 7h
Battin, Janet 65, 90, 96, 103, 127
Callen, Lois 68,
Childs, David 29, 100, 102
Robert 65, 10h
Childs, Fern 7h
Childs, Joyce 66, 100
Cleland, Fred 112
Cogley, Donald 70, 99, 125
Cogley, Rosemary 7h
Collister, Joyce 72
John 71, 121
, ll2, 113, 126
,vid 68, 98, 100, 112, 126
Peggy 23, 26, 22
Dane 76, 91, 10
Tom 70, 126
Donald 65, 86,
, 92, 93, 100,
Bauer, Kathryn 76
Bauer, Karen 70, 100 129
Beatty, Albert 72, 98
Beatty, Terry Lee 7h
Bechtel, Robert 26, 28,lO2,ll2, llh,
118, 119, 123, 126
Bennett, Rita 6h, 95
Berlin, Joe 23, 28, 112, 1111, 125
Berlin, Terry 70, 125, 126
Bertram, Ray 76
Bell, lna 71
Besanson, Marcia 29, 97, 98, 100, 127
Bihnn, Loo 66, 112
Bly, Roger 75
Bode, Robert 67
Boyd, Helen 68, lOO, 12h
Boyer, Bruce 71, 9h
Bradley, Carl 67, 9h
Bradley, John 65, 90, 10h
Bradley, Keith 69
Crum, SuSan 73
Linda 30, 92, 93, 100, 101, 1
Culbertson, Mary 75, 105
Culbertson, Nancy 71
Cummins, Jill 70
Cutshall, Ken 7h
Daily, Gary 27, 30, 126
Daily, James 125, 126
Daily, Larry 75
Danforth, Alfred 30
Darling, Tom 27, 30, 102,
Darling, William 68, 112, 120
Daugherty, Marsha 75
Davenport, June 73, 105
Davenport, Peggy 66, 85,
Davis, Glenn 7U
Davis, Linda 67, 97
Davis, Martha 72, 95
103, 112, 113,
90, 92, 93, 99
Brady, Arlen 71, lOO
Brady, Bill 68
Brady, Nicki 29, 92, 93, 10
Bromley, Barbara 6h, 95
Bromley, James 76
Bromley, William 29
Brooks, Linda 70
Brooks, Walter 6g, 9h
Brown, Barbara 6 , 100
Brown, Mary Ann 73
Nancy 72, 95
Brown, Terry 73
Bunce, Philip 75
Burchard, Marilyn 67, 99, 100
Burns, Lois 7h, 105
Burns, Patricia 69, 95, 98,
Burt, Joyce 29, 95
Burt, Robert 68
Caldwell, Eugene 66, 9h
Betty 7h, 105
Davison, Judy 71, 98, 100
Davison, larry 76, 105
Davison, Linda 69, 96, 103
Davison, Lois 68, 99, 100
Davison, Richard 68
Davison, William 30, 9h, 126
Deeter, George 65, 9h
Deeter, Verla 30, 90, 92, 93, 98, 99
Dempsey, Jennifer 76
Dempsey, Michael 70, 99
Dempsey, Michael 73
Dengler, Charles 66, 9h
Deshner, Bonnie 75
Deshner, Sharon 67, 98
Deceny, Elmer 31, 125
Dine, Clarence 6b, 125
Donor, David 66, 75
Douglas, Carl 31, 92, 93, 98
Drake, Bruce 26, 31, 85, 99, 100, 118, 119, 126
Drake, Lee 73, 105
Dunbar, Keith 76
Dunbar, Marshall 120
Edminister, Barbara 69, 95
Ehrhart, LeRoy 68
Ennerm Lima 73
Ehrhart, Rey 65, 91, 103
Elm, David 72
Elm, Susan 31, 9h, 10h
Ender, Michael 76
Ervin, Cheryl 73
Field, Robert 67, 9h
Fielding, Karl 66, 9h
Fiely, Emma 69, 100
Fiely, Erma 68, 97
Findlay, Mary 69, 100
Findlay, Patricia 31, 92, 93, 100, lOl, 127
Findlay, Rita 7h
Firster, David 7h
Fisher, Robert 67, 112
Fleet, Gale 27, 31, 82, 10
Fleet, Ronald 7h
Foltz, Gary 7h
Foote, Beverly 72
Foster, Theresa 72, 98
Francis, Nancy 67, 100
Frontz, Susan 76
Galford, Eugene 69, 9h
Gates, Andy 75
Gates, Dan 32, 9h, 102, ll
Gates, Dixie 65, 92
68, 96, 120, 126
Gawiinaki, Gloria 6h, 90, 100
Gawlinski, Judy 75
Gawlinski, Larry 70, 121
Gawlinski, Linda 76
Gawlinski, Stan 7h
cawiinaki, Tom 72, 121, 126
Geer, Becky 7h
Ghering, Judy 75
Gillett, Richard 32, 102, 112, 113, 118, 119,
Gaines, John 73, 128 323' 126
Gillette, Candace 65, 96
Gillette, Darlene 71, 99
Gillette, James 21, 32, 102, 112, llh, 118, 119
Gillette, Marilee 76
Gilson, Helen 75
Gilson, Mary 66, 95, 100
Gosik, Daniel 70, 9h, 121
Gray, Lana 76
Gray, Larry 75
Greathouse, Eleanor 32, 9
James 6h, 98
Joyce 70, 98
Grove, Mary Lou 7h
Grove, Nancy 66
Grove, Terry 7h, 128
Gumm, Bernie 27, 32, 96, 100, 101, 103, 10h
Gu m, James 76, 121
Gumm, Shirley 70, 100
Hall, Barbara 65
Hall, Rexford 71
Halsey, Laverne 7h
Halsey, Richard 6h, 9h, 86
Halsey, Sharon 67
Hamilton, Fred 66, 86
Hamilton, Mary Lou 65, 86
Hancox, Mina 32, 100, l0h, 127
Hancox, Patricia 69, 91, 100
Harmon, Gloria 6h
Hart, Nancy, 33
Hasbrouck, Fred 33
Hasbrouck, Kathy 72
Hasbrouck, Roger 33, 9h
Hayden, Marie 76
Hayden, Thomas 73, 105
Hefferman, Linda 73, 105
Hefferman, Mary 76, 105'
Heffern, Agnes 67
Heffern, Judy 7h
Heffern, Dennis 70
Henry, Linda 33, 92, 93, 100
Herb, Pamela 7h
Hoepfl, Susan 66, 90, 129
Holcomb, Mary Lou 69, 96, 129
Holcomb, Robert 75 121
Hollabaugh, Dale 78
Hollabaugh, Sandra 65, 95
Houy, Juanita 73
Houy, Richard 33
Houy, Ross 72
Hover, Randy 68 96, 98, 100, 112, 120
Howard, David 65, 122
Howard, Thomas 75
Hull, Donna 33, 92, 93, 99
Hull, Lois 70
Hull, Marcia 75, 105
Hullings, Judy 7h
Hunter, Bill 67, 126
Hunter, Sandra 75
Infield, Aiiee 27, 3u, 95, 127
Infield, Richard 65, 9h
Jackson, Dennis 7h, 105
James, Duane 76, 91
James, Phyllis 7h, 91
James, Sandra 69, 96, 129
Jennings, Jack 70, 72
Jennings, Jill 75
Johnson, Carol 6h
Johnson, Cathleene 7h
Johnson, Charles 71, 9h
Johnson, Lowell 714, 105
Johnson, Luana 67, 96
Jones, Brian 68, 96
Joslyn, Jennifer 68, 97
Jouver, Kathy 75, 105
Jouver, Mary Jo 23, 27, 3h, 90, 92, 93, 100,
103, 127, 129
Jump, Daniel 76
Kanyuck, Linda 3h, 97, 100, 103, lOh, 127
Kanyuck, Nancy 69, 97, 99, 103, 127
Karns, Sandra 68
Karns, Sherry 7h
Kaeter, Albert 65, 112, 125
Kaster, Ron 102
Keeley, Darla 67, 95
Keeley, Karen 66
Kelly, Clifford 73, 121
Kelly, Mike 3h
Kerr, Carol 68, 100, 127
Kerr, Dorothy 65, 86, 95, 100
Kerr, Robert 65
Kilfoyle, Connie 69
Kilfoyle, David 3h, 9h
Kilfoyle, Karen 70
Kilfoyle, Richard 7h
King, Daniel 73, 105
Kinkad C 1
Kinneag: Alggeyn7l75' 91
Kinnear, Gary 3b, 112, llh
Kirk, James 76
Kirk, Jennifer 35, 90, 100
Kirk, Sandra 73
Kirk, Thomas 7h
Kirk, Timothy 7h
Charles 72, 9h
Karen 71, 95
Robert 66, 91, 9h, 86, 102, 125
Kolacek, Diann 70
Kolacek, L, 76
Krepps, Dennis 67, 9h
Kuberry, Jacqueline 72
Kuberry, John 68, 112
Kunick, Kathy 91, 10h
Kunick, Terry 125
Lake, Sharon 35, 91, 103, l0h, 127
Larson, Thomas 73
McPheters, Brian 23, 27, 35, 90, 91, 96, 99,
102, 112, 113
McPheters, Dawn 70, 98
McPheters, Stewart 67, 103, 112, 120
Melhuish, James 75
Melhuish, Judy 7h
Melville, Jeanne 36, 91, 92, 93, 100
Douglas 73, 105, 126, 128
Millard, Jerry 7h
Millard, Patty 75
Miller, Bill 7h, 105
Miller, Calyin 7h
Miller, George 36
Miller, Kenneth 69
Miller, Lee Ann 72
Modlin, Walter 66
Molli, Gerald 69, 99
Moore, Nathan 36, 9h
Motter, Ronnie 75
Moyer, Ruth 69, 97, 99, 129
Muir, Larry 67, 91,96
Muir, Lowell 70 71, 91
Mumford, Hugh 711
Murphy, Sandra 76
Murray, Carla 75, 91
Murray, Cynthia 70
Myers, Charles 73
Myers, David 69, 9h
Neely, Connie 21, 36, 90, 93, 100
Neely, Wendell 76
, Arthur 76, 121
Lorna 6h, 92, 100, 10h
Lasky, John 71, 128
Lewis, Daniel 69
Lewis, Dianne 73
Lingo, Cheryl 73, 105
Lingo, Linda 66, 86, 90, 91, 92, 93, 99
Lobdell, Bernard 70, 9h
Lobue, Joseph 72, 98, 100, 128
Lohr, Audrey 35
Lohr, Judy 68, ss
Lohr, Rosalie 71, 83
Lucas, Diane 76
Lucas, Samuel 75
Lucas, Viola 35
Lupher, Judy 67, 96, l2h, 127
Luzier, Arthur 69
Luzier, David 72
Lynch, Robert 65, 90, 86, 126
Mailliard, Nancy 68, 99
Mallory, David 35, 82, 102, 112, llh, 118,
Manross, Linda 7h 119 123
Marvin, Janet 75 '
Matteson, George 75, 105, 128
Matthews, Billie 72
Bonnie 70, 91
orgia 68, 97
Dana 72, 9h
ck, Darlene 67, 95, 127
McCrea, Thomas 6h
McElhaney, Russel 71, 126
Mc Intire , LeRoy 72
McIntyre, Michael 76, 105
McMullen, John 68, 96, 103
McMullen, Michael 76, 121
Nichols, James 72, 121
Nichols, Richard 75, 105
Noel, Alice 73, 105
Ohl, Charles 7h, 105
Ohl, Wilson 76
Orwig, Thomas 7h, 105
Pachelunas, Barbara 73
Pachelunas, Laura 68, 97
Pachelunas, Marilyn 76
Palmquist, Ernie 71
Palmquist, Fred 65, 86, 99
Palmquist, Harry 75, 105
Papotnik, Francis 70, 9h
Papotnik, Larry 6b, 9h
Parker, David 67, 9h
Parker, Robert 72, 9h
Patterson, Bruce 73
Patterson, Janice 71
Peebles, Tom 69, 120, 126
Perry, David 67, 9h, 128
Peters, Pamela 73
Phillips, Denny 68, 9h
Phillips, Jill 36, 96, 103, l0h, 127
Phillips, Rebecca 66, 93
Popovich, Mary 75
Price, Bruce 7h
Pringle, James 75
Arthur 70, 83, 126
Proper, Blaine 65, 118
Proper, Craig 7h, 121
Proper, Darlene 7h
Proper, Dody 7h, 101
Elaine 37, 90, 91, 92, 93, lO0,1gg3,
Proper, Gail 70, 72
Proper, Gary 67, 128
Proper, Jin 7b
Proper, John 6h, 9h, 102, 112, 126
Proper, Joyce 76
Proper, Laurence 112, 120, 126
Mary 21, 26, 36, 90, 103
Sposkoski, Elaine 38, 100, 92, 93, 103, 127
Proper, Ronald 7h
Reagle, Carol 70
Spangler, Elaine 75
Spanogle, Belle 27, 38, 85,
Reynolds, Terry 37
Mark 73, 121
Lenoy 65, 102, 118, 126
lynn 72, 9h, 126
Mary Ellen 76
Paul 76, 105
David 37, 107 103
Rodgers, Wayne 73
Roetering, Jerome 76, 105
Root, Linda 67, 12h, 127
Rosenburg, Jane 66,
Rosenburg, Leon 71,
Ross, James 26, 37,
Rumzie, James 70
Rumzie, Ted 76
Saeger, Marlene 6h,
Safko, Maxine, 7h
Sagan, Fred 71
Sager, Doreen 70, 98
Saxton, Daniel 7h
Saxton, Judy 69
Saxton, Stephen 73
Schendler, Charles 7h
, 100, 102, 103, 112,
, 96, 100, 115
Schendlcr, Judy 21, 23, 37, 90, 100, 115
Schendler, Robert 68
,Scho11, George 7b
Scholl, Walter 71
Seber, Sandra 68, 100, 12h
Seely, Sonja 72, 95
Spratt Cheryl 68, 96, 100
Steadman, Gloria 67, 100
Steadman, Judy 69, 97, 100
Steadman. Rhetha 65, 95
Sterling, Jay 70
92, 93, 115
66, 102, 112, 118, 126
Sterling, Linda E. 65
Sterling, Linda L. 6h, 90, 92, 93, 12h
Seiler, christine 23, 26, 38, 90, 92, 93, 98,
Sellen, Harry 76
shade, L. 75
shade, Rosella 7h
Shreffler, Allen 76
Sheets, Cathy 73
Sheets, Daryl 71, 9h
Sheets, Diane 70
Sheets, Doug 38, 103,
Sheets, Sara 67
Sherman, Eugene 76
Sherman, Richard 75
Shoemaker, Eugene 7h
Shontz, Grace 75
Shontz, Violet 69, 97
Shorts, Arita 66, 86,
Shorts, Ricky 71, 98
Ronald 7h, 105
100, 127, 129
96, 100, 115
Sterling, Nancy 75
Stocker, Barton 75
Stocker, Karl 39, 96, 103, 128
Stoke, Craig 66, 86, 102, l
Stokes, Darrell 7h
Stokes, Joe 121, 126
Stokes, Dennis 76, 105
Stover, James 75
Strawbridge, Evan 65, 125
Sutton, Jim 7h, 105
Tanzer, Tara 66, l0h, 127
Tatalovic, Edward 7h
Terrill, Emory 75
Terrill, Gerald 7h
Terrill, Terry 76
Titus, Edward 7h
Titus, Iois 39
Tomer, Mary Lee 68, 100, 101
Tomer, P. 75
Turk, Jerry 6h, 10h, 112
Turk, Judy 72
Van Cise, Karen 76, 105
Vanderhoff, Charles 9h
Vanderhoff, Eleanor 66
Vukmer, Robert 39, 112, llh,
Waddingham, John 67, 126
Wagner, Diane 73
Wagner, Grace 71, 95
118, 122, 126
waid, Elaine 65, 92, 93, 127
Waid, Wayne 6h
Walls, Pamela 76, 105
Ward, Candace 75
Ward, Charles 76
ward, Richard 68, 128
Warden, David 73, 1Oh, 112
Warden, James 75
Warner, Douglas 711
Warner, Karen 70, 95
Warner, Pamela 75
Warner, Richard 26, 27, 39,
Watson, Betty 75
Watson, Robert 7h
Shreffler, Diane 70
snreffler, Linda 65, 95
Shreffler, Joyce 71
Shreffler, Rodney 38, 90, 103
Werling, Carol 66, 100, 92
Werling, Charlene 76
Werling, Julie 67, 96, 100,
Wescoat, John 72
sitter-ly, Nancy 68, 96
Slagle, Yvonne 7U
Kathy 67, 100, 101
Robert 38, 96, 100,
Gary 71, 9h
Somerville, Jack 69, 100
Sosnowski, Diane 76
West, Valerie, 69, 96
Westcoat, Richard 75
Westfall, David 76
Westfall, Ron 6h, 90, 126
Westfall, Patricia 73
Wentz, Keith 78, 105, 121
Wheelock, James 66, 122
White, Catherine 75
White, Christine 71
Whitman, Wayne 70, 126, 128
Wig, Donald 73, 105
Wig, Jack 68
Wig, Robert 39, 91, 98, 99,
Wilcox, Francis 76, 105
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Willey, Danney 67
Williams, David 65
Williams, Glen 72, 98
Willison, Charles 69, lOO, 120
winans, Gary 7, 105, 121
Winans, Linda 68
Winters, Janet 67
Winters, Mary 39, 90, 100, 1011
Winters, Ronald 76
Winton, Sandy 611, 91, 98, 129
Wise, Alan 69, 9u, loo, 126 x,
Wise, lyle 71
Wise, Lois 714
Wojton, Stanley 71
Wood, Roland 71
Wood, Sheryl 711
Wood, Shirley 66, 86, 95, lOO
Woolstrum, Nancy 68
Wright, Hunter 76
Wyant, Alan 71, 98, 126, 128
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Yochum, Lloyd 76
Yochum, Margeret 75, 105
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Emma's Dress Shop
Schoolhouse Furniture, New and Used
Sloan Bros. Paint and Glass Company
Gillette A Smith Lumber Co.
Townville - 2538
Coburn Bake Shop
Jesse F. Barker Hardware Co. John W. Ross Hills Office Supply
Roofing, Plumbing, Propane Gas and Toys Townville, Pa. Meadville, Pa.
Scott's Hat Shop Carpenter Electric Supply Ralph Cohen
Titusville, Pa. Meadville, Pa, Titusville, Pa.
Titusville Jewelers Association E, K. Thompson and Son Hanna's Hardware
Lyle Peebles Motor Sales
Colonel Drake Barker
Penn Dress Shop
Torrey's Feed Mill
Holcomb's General Store
Little Cooley, Pa.
Bob's Home Radio
Truran Bros. Printers
958 Water St. Meadville
Murdocks Flower Shop
Titusville Bargain Store
Tracys Home of Funerals
Mercer Spring and Wire Co.
Robert Schall Chevrolet
Donald Bunce Jeweler
Watch and Clock Repair
M Q M Store
Russell Stover Candies
Townville Red and
Deans Jewelry Store
Bakers Barber Shop
Howe General Tire
Rices Cash Grocery
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Keystone Office Supply
Ross and Cox
225 W. Spring Street
Fleeks' Fruit Market
Teig and Company
White Titusville, Pa.
Roy C. Sanford
International Sales and Services
W. Central Ave., Titusville, Pa.
Burdick Lumber Supply
Sears Roebuck Q Co.
Convenient Phone Shopping S3251
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Funeral Home Hawk and Rogers Titusville, Pa. Titusville, P
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Aluminum Siding Farm Machinery
San Dan's Inc.
Troy Center Store
McCandrew' s Drug Co .
Heeter's Red Q White
Factory Shoe Store
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