Trevorton High School - Adieu Yearbook (Trevorton, PA)

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1 ...al PUBLISHED TREVORTON HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 During this Foreword A century ago, the legends of the Unxted States were being made Gold had been d1SCOV8red 1D Cal1forn1a Easterners pushing 1nto new frontlers ID the w11d and untamed West pest had been developing between the North and the South the question of the legality of slavery Abraham Lincoln to acqu1re a name for himself as a shrewd the bar Just beg1nning able member of were Tem over was and period of hlstory, the demand for the black diamond coal became great For th1s reason, a town grew up 1n the heart of the anthrac1te region The name of th1s town was Trevorton It was named 1n honor of Iohn Trevor, who do nated sums of money for the advancement of the coal industry 1D Trevorton One hundred years later, we of Trevorton Hlgh School also have our legends to tell In years to come this, the first annual ever publlshed by a Trevorton H1gh School graduatlng class, will gather by our fireplaces and rem1n1sce the stralns of our Alma Mater w111 take us back along Memory Lane Alma Mater Far above God s level waters Neath the mountalns grand Stands our hlgh school, dear Far throughout our land to students CHORUS Haxl all ha1l our Trevorton Hear the echoes ring Hall to thee, our alma mater Hail to thee we s1ng High School As we go along l1fe s byways We ll always be true Heart and m1nd w1ll always cher1sh Fond mem F165 of you And so wxth these sweet refralns echo1ng 1n the distance we b1d au revolr to Trevorton H1gh 2 be one of our only tangible links with our alma mater. As we FRANKLIN S. NOETLING JOHN H CARTER This dedication to lr Noetling, our supervising principal, and lr Carter, our high school principal, whose cooperation has assisted us in making the first the Class of 51 3 edition of HAd1euH a reality, is given with pride by Aeu W ,JX V F mm! Kr A Brown Our Schoolboard Our schoolboard conslsts of a group of energet1c and c1v1c m1nded men who have unlted together for the betterment of our school The Sen1or class of Trevorton High School wishes to thank these men for the interest they have shown toward us during our high school career 7 W 4-Y w Left to Right--lr. G. Swinehart, lr. F. Snyder, lr. H. Brace, Ir. I. Strohecker, ' I FRANKLIN S NOETLING, Ph Supervising Principal Subject -- Mathematics 1--1' High School Principal Subject Science Mathematics y H . . .s., u.A. lm. .rome a. cum-za, a.s., u.A. 8 - sl ., 1 I I I NW FLORENCE BUFFINGTON Subject Music l'4'K IARGARET DEPPEN B S Subject Commercial ,e-0. L o,nxx 1 1' 'Y' SARAJANE CLARK B ELIZABETH CROUSE B S Subject English Subject Latin English Library 43" if T 5-9 SAMUEL HAUPT Subject Instrumental f- A5 69005 3- hr ii WILLIAI LEWIS B S JESSICA HOUGHTON MARGUERITE HUIMEL Subject Reading, Subject Physical Education, Suject lathematics Health Science Geography Science Englxsh 9 ,B.s. , .s, , . . .f ss ft . F r 1, 5 J-'w.4'ikv It 'sw 4 'Ji' I N P xy' I .J, I. .N I h , B.s. , , , GLEN! ILNHHAID, B S 'ALTER IILLBR JACOB RUPP, B S Subject - Accountinl. Subject - Vocational Director Subject latbenntice, Social Studies Induetrinl Arts IA GARBT SIILYI BOSS SBBILY B S , I S JAIBS VA! IDBI FRANK VOTTB D B S 'ALTER ZOTIKIICZ B A Subject lechine Shop Subject Physical Education, subject llectricnl Construction Health, Social Studies 10 u , . . . . Subject - H0lBllk1Dg Subject - Socinl Studies N 1 , . . If K gs I RS ,gf My wig n Seniors How far ago And now as we the things that we, As Freshmen seve strange to them We off1cers They were Blahusch Secretary, Bostlan During the Semor Class H :story off and unattainable that name sounded four short years prepare to leave our Alma Mater, let us look back over the class of 1951, have accompllshed nty wide eyed students entered classrooms wh1ch were quite began our first year of h1gh school by electlng our class Jxm Perslng Pres1dent, Glenn Reed Vice Presldent, Marlene and Patsy Jenn1s Treasurer Our class advisor was Mrs year, we held w1ener roasts, skating parties, and a Chrlstmas party Two trlps were taken one to Wllllamsport to see the Freedom Train, and the other to ViS1t the battlefield of Gettysburg Mr Sheely and Miss Monahan accompanied us to the battlefield Our Sophomore year began with sixty of us electing class officers We chose Gary Parsons Presldent, Wayne Miller V1ce Pres1dent, Betty Bower Treasurer and Janice K1dron Secretary Our class advzsor was Mr Seelye We held a wiener roast at Relchert s Dam and a Halloween party in the gym To increase our financial status, we held skatlng parties which were quite successful Many members of our class took part in sports aCt1V1t1eS such as boys and girls' basketball baseball and football Many Sophomores also appeared in the gym 9Xh1b1t1ODS, at wh1ch we crowned a May queen, had calxsthenics, various types of danc1ng and roll1ng, tumbling, d1v1ng and other demonstrations of gymnast1c skill W1th the closzng of school for the summer, half of our high school career had passed and we looked forward to our Junxor year As Juniors, we considered ourselves quite important for in another year would be grand old Seniors Fifty Jolly Juniors returned to the1r studies the fall of 1949 We held elections and selected Jim Pers1ng to President, Glenn Reed Vice Presldent, Ned Kauffman Treasurer, and Janice Klrdon Secretary Mr Sheely did an excellent job as our Junior Class advlsor Our class sponsored a refreshment stand at all our home football games put on our annual sauerkraut supper, wh1ch was very successful, and staged our first class play, The Baby Sitter Miss Shade, our directress, helped us to achleve the success we met in our f1rst dramat1c presentation We selected our class r1ngs and everyone was dellghted w1th them We feted the Senior w1th a turkey dinner served 1D St Patrick s Church hall by the St Mary' Society and enjoyed by everyone At last we had reached our goal 1D high school We the the class of 1951 began activities by electing Jim Persing forty Seniors in as President Ned Marjorie Brosius Kauffman as Vice Pres1dent, Janlce Kidron as Treasurer and as Secretary Mr Carter was our class advisor During the first few class meetings we decided to publish Adieu the first annual in the history of Trevorton High School We conducted our annual Subscription campaign, which was to help finance our Senior class trip To uphold our dramatic reputation, we presented 'Quit Your Kidding a three act comedy It was very successfully directed by Mrs Clark Next on our agenda was the spaghetti supper, which was held in the homemaking room of the high school We then began planning our Class Night and Commencement programs The Class of 1952 played host to our class at the annual Junior Senior Banquet With the end of high school in sight we gladly toiled through two weeks of final examinations We anxiously awaited our Senior class trip and graduation exercises After the excitement of Baccalaureate, Class Night, Commencement and our class trip safely passed, we left the halls of Trevorton High with new f1e1d5 before us and new worlds to conquer 13 I O I ' v - . Q ' , . we . ' ' in . ' be - - ' - . We ll 'Y . s . . ' S ' ' . ' . s . . , I . . Il If ' i I . VI . . EVA ANDERSON Commercial Glee Club Fashion Show Gym Exhibition Liza Jane a studious ambitious bookkeeplng whiz bright wants to continue her education in business school business man ager of the Adieu IARJORIE BROSIUS Commercial Glee Club The Baby Sitter Quit Your Kldding Fashion Show Gym Exhibition Class Secretary large studlous likes carrots dancing skat ing and swimmxng wants to be a Commerclal xllustrator pleasxng personality bluahes easily always say ing Ye Gads '33- ! 'veil' PAUL BAILEY Academic Football 2 Gym Exhibition Pee Wee The outdoor type who likes to hunt and fish 'ants to be a Forest Ranger and go to Alaska tackle on the football team BETTY BOWER Commercial Glee Club The Baby Sitter Oult Your Kiddlng Fashion Show Class Treasurer Bets mainstay of Glee Club must hate valkxng be cause she always drives her father s DeSoto to school active participant in class plays future homemaker YA x diff I . . . . . . . 2-3-4 . . . . . . . 1- -3-4 . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . 2 . ..... 1-2 U -5-. I .. . . . . . . . . l-2-4 . . . . . . . .2-3-4 '- " ..... " " ...... 3 .. .. 3 .. A .. H 4 ....IIff2 . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . 4 H u....... 14 all 'A 5:1 '- ii X 1 RAY COOK Vocatxonal Football 3 Basketball The Baby Sxtter Cookie llkes football hunting and Fords the only Senlor electrician hopes to become a truck driver EMILY DUNN Commercxal Cheerleader Basketball Fashxon Show Gym Team 2 curly haired queen of our class fond of dancing swxmmxng football and basketball often heard saying hat s for sureu cheerleader a home is her career 3311 Q'-7? ui snr EVELYN DERCK Commercial Glee Club 2 3 4 Fashion Show Gym EXh1blt10D Evie tallest glrl the Senior class likes green Chevrolets French fries baseball and slexgh ridlng favorite saying Holy mackerel future Secretary 441.- STELLA ENSINGER Academic Glee Club 2 3 4 Gyl Exhibition Stella likes spaghetti basketball and French fries favorite expressxon Wxse up' has spent so much time in the hospital she has de clded on nursing as a career dislikes cats -N 1 ,u' tl. '- it , I . . . . . . . . 2- -4 . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . . l-2 ' . . . . . . . 2 H ' " ..... 3 ' ..... . 2 " H ....... ' , H H ....... ' in 6- qx . lk., y . . . . . .l-2-3-4 . . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . . . . 2 ' , , , , , , 2 ' ........ 2 H -V ,,,,, , ........1--3 uEmH .....,. ' 1 H - l . HT "-"' --.-- ....... . ' 15 YVOINR IIDIAN Coierclal Glee Club 2 3 4 Fashion Show Gyl Exhibition Dalsyu accomplished pianist likes to skate can often be found asslstlng her father at their restaurant popular with boys often says, 'Prove lt GIOIGI HIFI!! Acadeslc Hep well liked for friendly dlsposltlon excellent artist sovle sanager likes hunting and sculpturlng wants to be cone an architect or a sallor IARLRIB BDLLINBACH Acadellc Basketball Glee Club lajorette Gya Tess lagn interested ln cor responding with foreign pen pals likes basketball skating ssllnlng, and Chev rolets future Florence llghtlngale good student PATRICIA Jlllls Acadeslc Basketball Glee Club The Baby Sitter Qult Your llddlngn Gy! lxhlbltion Class Officer Treasurer Pat has a Ieakness for nes earn especially '50 Fords delights ln talking lr Carter out of tests llkss basket ball spaghetti class plays and band actlvltlel her asbltlon ls to be a nurse or telephone operator u u s n u e e 1 " N "usual ' . ....... 2 ...... ... . . . . . l-2 ...... ...... ' .n....... . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . . . I-2-4 Cheerleader ..... . . . 4 Band . . . ...... l-2-3-4 . . . . . . .. . 2-3 . . . . . . . . 1-2 . . . . . . . .1-2-3 W N . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . .1-2-3 ' . . . . 4 U ....... - . . .... l-2 . . . . . . . l I I I D 16 NED KAUYPIAI Academic Baseball The Baby Sitter Oult Your Kldding Treasurer Vice President ed the outdoor sports nan of the class dlehard fisherman class photographer throws a mean hook from the heating engineer ELVA KBRBTETTBB Commercial Glee Club The Baby Sitter Quit Your Klddlng Gy! Exhibition Iashlon Show nToots drives anything on four wheels likes roller skating and soft ball hopes to join the Iomen's Air !orce has a pleasant smile for everyone good character actress in our plays JANICE KXDRON Academic Cheerleader Glee Club lajorette Class Officer Gym Exhibition 'Jan her interests ln clude a '47' !ord, studying chemistry and sociology, 'Tippy ' her dog and butter scotch lce cream plans to go to college fond of swimming and skating takes care o! our class finances JIANNBTTE KIDBOI Commercial Glee Club Iashion Show Gym Exhibition Genevieveu a small talkative attractive miss always saying Bow can you tell? likes dancing a whiz on roller skates . . . . . . . 2-3-4 . . - . . . . 2-3-4 H H . . . . . 3 H H .... . 3 H H ,,,, 4 " " .... 4 . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . 2 - . ..... 4 . . . . . . . . 2 nl " ..... - " ---- - pltcher's mound .... Prospective .... . . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . 2-3-4 . . . . . . . 2-3-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .l-2-3 . . . . . l-2 . . . . . 2-3-4 N ...... , . . . . . 1-2 .... 17 LOIS KIEFFER Commercial fi! HARGIE KLINGER Commercial Glee Club 3 Cheerleader Fashion Show Glee Club Gym Exhibition The Baby Sitter Lully lf you hear some Quit Your Kiddlng one sayxng For crying in a lajorette bucket that s Lois Fashion Show potato chips dancing among Class Officer her pet likes a future Gym Exhxbition fillng clerk often sleepy largle the tiny mlte of our class an ardent movie fan likes swimming and French fries can't stand opera ambition to be a Cameron housewxfe 41Il 'C' NANCY KLOCK Commercial Basketball Cheerleader Glee Club Quit Your Kiddlng Fashion Show Gym Exhibxtxon Lucky a studxous dark haxred girl with a pleasant personality favorite expres sion ly heavens lxkes dancing skating and swlmmlng blushes easily business career looms xn her future 3' l far., LOUISE KONYAR Commercxal Basketball 2 Cheerleader The Baby Sitter Gym Exhihxtion Fashion Show Peach peppy blonde cheerleader wants to travel wxtty likes basket ball svxmmxng eatxng a good argument and sleep can t stand mllk v . . . . . . . 2- -4 . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . .2-4 ' ..... 2-3 U " ...... 3 H U ....., - U ' " .... 4 ' ......... 1 ,H - .... ...... ....... 2 , ....... 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' .... 3 I . 18 JESTINE KRUSHINSKI Commercial Cheerleader Band Glee Club Fashion Show Gyl Exhibition uTeenie often found at lartz's drinking vanilla milk shakes drives to school in a H50 Chevy dislikes lork helps cheer Trevorton on to victory f Z' '-:"' si' ALFRED LISINSKI Vocational quiet type never for ward in any way interested in mechanics and aspires to be a machznlst contxnually m1SS1Dg his school bus in the morning often seen cavort ing about in some kind of a truck T7 EUGENE LISINSKI Academic Football ......... - Baseball nkugene... .is constantly studying trlgonometry ......... lost and found department for all lost, strayed or stolen textbooks .... inveterate reader ....never leaves a job undone. flllly al"' IU q"""' 'Nur HELEN LONG Commercial Glee Club ........ -3- Fashion Show ....... 'Sparkles is the Cameronite with the sparkling eyes ...... likes basketball, graham crackers, and Studebakers ..... ambition is to go to business college .... pet expression is HAre you k1dd1ng?n Band Glee Club Fashlon Show Gym Exhxbxtxon Nellxe lxkes football Dagvood sandwxches baseball and basketball often heard saying Jlminy Crlrkets blushes easily competent drlver fl ' 1,5 Q., . wx' w""" 1.x :dn .Q v'. . STANLEY IACHES IC Vocational HDOCU is an ardent hunter answerlng the call of the woods every year on the first of November the quiet boy of the vlass spends much of his time drallng amateur comlg strxps to a future machinist the best of luck 1n the world NANCY LONG C0mm9TCl31 Q Q ,Vw GEORGE MILILR WAYNE MILLER Conneraxal Academlr Football Bask1tball Bascball blurg 4 1 w l 1 studer Baskttball Uassball 1 B Dx il I Kxod r vmw m L s slmt ll K xr 1 wks make hxm pup 1 5 1 fdlflr SCX w HIS lH malhlma 1 14 :as lr U PTH v l.l 20 . . . , . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . , . . . 4 ' ....... . 2 . 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' ' -" - hw sl ', ' f 'life 4-- V31 t'r ln I .shall am . rox! 1 wt fxrst yearbook ., X 1. -ra thru ... plaza- lu malt-I flvla of psgln 'try GARY PARSONS Vocational Football Basketball The Baby Sitter Quit Your Kiddlng Gym Team President Gary llkes hunting better known as Boom Boom a lanky fellow a sharpshooter xn basketball cartoonxst active in class plays earns money by tying flies for reglonal fxshermen IARY LOU PEI!-'ER Academic Glee Club Quit Your Kidding Gym Exhibition lary Lou likes to play the piano and drive a car her interests center around Dalmatia and a 47 Ford talkat1ve miss playing mother in the class play will be good traxnlng for her future as a housewife JII PERSING Academic Football Basketball Band The Baby Sitter Quit Your Kidding President Jim' frequently appears in play casts and plaster casts power driving full back and an outstanding aquatic star president of Senior class hopes to become a mortician BARBARA REED Co mercial Glee Club 2 3 4 Gym Exhibition Fashion Show Babs an attractive miss can be found at the roller skating rink most of her spare time wants to be a pro fessional skater . . . . . . . . . 2-3 ' - - - - - - - 2-3 . . . . . , 1-2-3-4 H H - - ' ' 4 " H ,,,,. 3 ..... . . 3 " " .... 4 " . . .. . . . . . . . . . 2 ----- . . . . . . . . . 2 ' x' .-5 " . . . . . . . . . 3-4 . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . . 1-2-4 . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . . .1-2-3-4 . . . . . . . . 2 U " ..... 3 U H. .... . " " .... 4 . . . . . . . 1-3-4 Z1 Q . . , "'-lfif-'Z 1 . ' ' X , QQ, 3 6- f 1 4 , 1 if' T4 uLENN REED Academxc The Baby Sitter Ouit Your Kldding Vice President Glenn a friendly class nate a swell lxttle brat in class plays gets very nervous over any little test he takes chews gum his own speclal way hopes to come a surgeon Class Wit 5 f .ss Jada.. LORRAINE REGO Commercial Basketball Cheerleader Glee Club Gyl Team Fashion Show Speedy is our basketball star peppy cheerleader active ln all sports interests also xnclude a blue Ford and shorthand Ambxtlon to become a housewife - 'N A,-an --'ur -'ff GLADYS REIDINGER Commtrtlal Basketball Cheerleader Glee Club Gym Team Fashion Show Secretary of Yearbook Clo lxkes SW1mmlDg dancing and ravxolx dlsl bexng domxnalnd gxggles frtquently M Carter power modal Marrxago wxll C10 s Lario: I 4 N 1 SHIRLEY ROTH Commerexal Glee Club 3 Shxrley aslly identified by her red halr and beautiful complexlon talented singer of cowbov ballads ambitxon axrlzne hostess llkes to roller skate 15-'Q 5 , If MICHAEL SCHASCHECK C0mm8fC131 llke a quxet good natured boy in the commercial class can often be seen driving his proudest posses sion a surrey with the fringe on top pulled by a swayback nag a pugxllst fan 4 I9 . 4' 5' -0 W -iff' 55? THOMAS SIENKIEIICZ Vocational Sinbad energetic worker in the machine shop busy farm hand at home quiet, but ambitious ardent tele vxsion fan future career in mechanxcal engineering 'K ww., -nv ELAINE SPATZER Commerclal Basketball Cheerleader 2 The Baby Sitter Gym Exhlbxtxon Fashion Show Curly cheerleader usually seen walkxng hand in hand with her tall lanky basketball player always eating wxth peanut butter as her favorite food fond Of swimming basketball popular music and dancing HILDA WOLFE Commercial Band 2 Gym Exhibxtxon Woof fond of lemon phosphates at Chet s ambitxon a happy marrxage fa1thful member of the band good luck to a blonde blue eyed liss l 4 ' 405 ' 'H S' i x, - -u u 3 . .V 5 ff' . ........ 2 . ........ 1- -3-4 . . . . . 1- -3-4 Fashion Show . . . . . . . . 2 " " -.-- - 3 " ....... 2 ' ' ' . ...... 1 U H..... Z3 Q AIN lg Q GLASSES -Q ' ' ' A ff Jumor Gzrls FIRST ROI Woodruff Ross, L Phillxps E litchey H , Konyar H H m D lalborn E Long N liest I SECOND IOM Houser G Snyder Shaffer I Ross Ebersole 0 Rourke, Whary Shxpe, N Feese THIRD ROI Blahusch Heslop Hepner, I Knarr, R Ensinger B .lunzor Boys FIRST ROI Kerstetter Bowers W lo fe G Hudoc O Rourke T ROSS D Taglxerl J Iarquette F Dorko K SECOND ROI Bartholomew F Boughner, B Ifelke W Schaffer D Fleming H Smith G Reed Hiller N THU?-D ROW l0OrG J Knarr TJ Wynn I Dunkelberger L Campbell Long R Lebo Pianis J 26 2 .N-J 9 ' . .9 , -' . -9 91 1 -5 y -9 1 -2 , - I , -9 y S-9 1 -9 , R-I , I-S ' C.: , L., ' .5 , L. : , D.g , J., .5 .5 , .5 Foye, L., Thew, M., Nye, R., Fleming, H. : , F., , .3 l , .1 k, J., ' . -L ' . .5 , K.: , . : , .5 , .9 , .5 , .Q , P.S , .5 , J.: , . Junzor Class H :story In the fall of 48 we, the members of the graduating class of 52 started out 1n the high school world w1th 59 members During the year we held several skating parties a Chr1StmaS party, and a wxener roast The offlcers were Harvey Boughner, Pres1dent Lois Ross, Vice President Dolores Blahusch Secretary and Gayle Houser Treasurer We owe a great deal of credit to Mrs Pfelffer who sponsored us 1n our f1rSt year of hlgh school Marchlng back to school 1D the fall of 49 were 52 gay young Sophomores Our act1vities were l1m1ted to skatlng parties Our Off1CerS th1s year were Marie Thew, Presldent Mlldred Schaffer, Vice Presldent Glen Sm1th, Secretary, and Terry O Rourke, Treasurer We were sponsored by Miss In the fall of 50 we the Jolly Junlors consisted of 53 members Our Off1CerS th1S year were Jack Tagl1er1 Presldent Harvey Boughner, V1ce President Kenneth Reed, Secretary, and Terry O Rourke Treasurer We wlsh to thank Mr Sheely for the splendld Job he does ID sponsoring the Jun1or Class each year We ran concesslon stands at the home football games and served a sauerkraut dlnner to the teachers, who attended the Teachers Institute, 1n our school cafeterla on November 20 and 21 Plans for the regular sauerkraut supper were made and lt was a f1nanc1a1 success The class r1ngs were chosen and when they arr1ved everyone was well pleased We presented the JUDIOF Class Play in the spring of the year The Senlors were our guests at the annual Junlor Senlor banquet Th1s ends the h1St0Fy of the Senlors of 52 To you, the Seniors of the class of 51 , we w1sh the best of luck 27 O D vu uv 'V 'V ! , . 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V ' 7 7 ' ' 1 ' ' ' u VY I VI II ' FIRST ROW Jennis S Reed S Novotny A Arbogast V Lascoskle I Raup N Reldinger H Lesher S Long J Foulds L SECOND ROW Allan J lattil B Smith J Swartz N Janaskie T Shipe Shipe H W ary Derk P Latsha I Wallace J Hornberger L Hornberger J FOURTH ROW Knarr R Kerstetter R Klock Hontz G Hand W Troxell J Reidinger G Chlvaroll J Bray W Schoch Boyer C Lucas R Derek E Hartman D Wlest I FIFTH ROW Crissinger Lisxnskl R Reed J Rebuck C Klock R Sophomore Class H :story On the f1fth day of September, 1950 flfty two proud ex Freshmen entered these hallowed halls Like the rest of the classes, our first class duty was to elect the following officers and sponsor Sponsor, Ir Jacob Rupp President George Reidinger, V1ce President, Valeria Arbogast, Secretary, Rodney Lucas, and Treasurer, Nancy Raup After an exciting year of social activities and tests, and having completed our final examinations, we, the Sophomores of 1950 prepared ourselves to fit the role of the Juniors of 1951 Z8 1 1 -I 1 -I 1 17 1 -1 1 -1 1 -9 1 -7 1 -1 1 -5 1 - I 1 -I 1 -1 1 -1 1 -7 1 11 1 P 1 -1 h 1 P-1 1 -S 1 - THIRD ROW: Haupt, R., Reed, J., Rebuck, H., Schroyer, J., Betzko, C., Lebo, J., 1 -5 1 -3 1 - I 1 -1 1 -1 1 L-S 1 -2 1 -5 1 -1 1 -3 1 -9 1 -1 1 F-9 1 .1 1 3: ', -1 1 -9 1 . 1 1 J-I 1 -9 1 -1 1 -3 1 - I , - - I - - 3 , . - . . 1 FIRST ROW Long C Geise A I Long J Houser B Crissinger N Rebuck N D Dunkelberger N Schmidt J Kidron D SECOND ROI Kline D Rhoads I Rebuck N J Klinger F Yonner 0 Rourke S Collier G Ensinger W Raup C THIRD ROI Kidron G Novicenski H Kaminskle Fleming N Rxchle Nelhart S Shaffer A Hartman L Revak T Kerstetter R Gessner G Petter G FIFTH ROW Zlemba J lhary D Sienkiewicz I Fleming K Broslus D Iensch L Dunn C Knarr SIXTH ROW Lupold H Fox R Shaffer J Kerstetter J Lentg I Collier C Kaminskie J Fresh man Class H zstgry In September, 1950, after enjoying three months of blissful vacation, entered the halls of good old T H S under the title of verdant Freshmen Our class, cons1st1ng of fifty seven bashfuln underclassmen, began its history with the election of the following class officers President, Charles Dunn, Vice President, Ralph Kerstetter, Secretary, Ildra Yonner, and Randall Fox, Treasurer Irs Sarajane Clark, school librarian, was chosen as class sponsor The first undertaking of the class was a Halloween party, which with its successlon of other class events, provided the class with a well rounded program of activities during the year As we end our administration as Freshmen, we not only look back upon all the fun we have had but also into the future and all the fun we shall have, being gay, young Sophomores Z9 5 1 -1 1 - -S 1 -S 1 -1 1 -S 1 - -S 1 -2 1 -1 1 - 5 1 -I 1 -9 1 - -S 1 -1 11-9 1 . . . 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 - - Z 1 -1 1 -5 1N-5 1 -S -J-1 FOURTH ROW: Wolfe. C., Reidingerl KZ? Petroskle, D., Reiehold, W., Wilkinson, I., 1 -S 1 -S 1 - 1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 1 -C 1 -5 1'- 2 1 -1 1 -C 1 -3 1 -1 1 -S 1 -3 1 - I V76 ' - n 1 I fx. MQ ATHLETICS ,, XX Q N- XXX BOTTOM ROI Koveleskie R Schaffer D Rebuck C Cook R Foulds C Budock J Campbell P Reed J Knarr I SECOND ROW Dunn C Fleming B Ilelke I Knarr B Klock L Reed J Persing J liller G THIRD ROW Parsons G Klock R Lisinskl L lensch L Reidinger G Wilkinson I FOURTH ROI Dunkelberger R Schoch F Kaminskie G Reidtnger G Shaffer J TOP ROI Boughner H Bartholomew F Tagllerl J Football When the first call for boys to play football went out on August 18 thlrty five boys responded Several of the boys were newcomers, but the majority con sisted of boys with several years of experience Among them were four Seniors Paul Bailey, Ray Cook, George Miller, and Jim Persing The first three weeks were taken up with stiff workouts, blocking, tackling, and scrimmages Mr Vottero was back again to lead his team through what we all hoped would be a successful season This year he had a new assistant coach, Glenn Loveland Our first game was played under the lights against Watsontown High School at l11t0D lemorial Field at Hilton During the first half of the game 19 points were rolled up against the visiting eleven, but in the second half our team showed excellent defensive action and Watsontown failed to score Final score, 19 0 32 2 1 -5 1 -1 1 -1 1 -5 1 -9 1 -S 1 -I 1 -5 1 - I 1 -1 1 -3 1 -5 1 -1 1 -1 1 -5 1 -1 1 - 2 1 -S 1 -S 1 -? 1 -9 1 -9 , . Z 1 -Q 1 -5 1 -S 1 -Z , . 1 1 -I 1 -2 1 - , .1 . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... . Football The second game was played on our home field aga1nst the arch rzvals of the Red Devlls the Northumberland Pineknotters The game l1ved up to expec tations for almost four quarters, but in the last four m1nutes of the game Norry scored 20 points aga1nst the Red Dev1ls Fmnal score 20 0 The th1rd game of the early grid season of 1950 was played agalnst Mont gomery High School on their up against the vis1ting Red and tuck until the last few again In the fourth quarter game, recover1ng a fumble and quarter, Montgomery completed the game ended 19 6 The fourth game was played home f1eld The fxrst quarter saw 6 po1nts rolled Devxls In the second quarter, the game was n1p minutes when the Lycoming County team scored Trevorton scored its only touchdown of the raclng 67 yards for the score In the last a forward pass to set up the scoring play and agalnst Muncy Hlgh School on the Muncy field The Red Devlls completely domlnated the play 1D the first three quarters of advantage A fast defeat of of 1ts opportunity scored a touchdown to w1n the game, 7 6 movlng W11113mStOWD High School team handed Trevorton its flfth the season by a 13 0 score In Trevorton's final home game of the season, the deception by the backf1eld of the Blue and Whlte bewlldered the Red Devlls throughout the game In their sixth game at Cressona, the Red Devils pushed over for a touchdown early 10 the first quarter, but failed to make the extra point Cressona came back Trevorton game 26 6 In the in the second quarter to tie the score, 6 6 In the second half the team really came 1nto 1ts own and scored 20 points to w1n its fxrst fxnal game of the season, the Red Devils played the1r best game s1nce football was revived 1n Zerbe Townshlp five short years ago They outran, outplayed and outsmarted a cocky Lew1sburg team, but lost because they lacked a good defensive aerlal attack The final score was 19 13 wxth Trevorton again los1ng Bailey Cook, Miller, and Perslng played thelr f1nal game for Trevorton High School 33 . 3 . . - ' ! the game, leading by 6-0. They bogged down later in the game and Muncy, taking . - - , Basketball FIRST ROI Boughner, B Shaffer, D Foulds C Parsons, G liller, W SECOND ROI Dunkelberger, I Tlglierl, J Iielke, I Fleming, H THIRD ROI Wolfe G Bartholomew, P Kloc , R FOURTH ROI Reed J , manager Glen Loveland, coach Jumor Varsrty Basketball IIDDLB BO' ock L , Troxell J Pe fer G Knarr TOP ROI Cook manager Dunn C Kaminskie Reidinger K Frank Vottero coach 34 : .5 .3 , .5 .3 . : .3 .9 .5 . 1 1 -5 -I K - : , .' , . BOTTDI BO!! Reed, J.g Rebuck, C.g Rebuck, 8.5 Reidinger, 6.3 lerstetter, R. I K1 , .' , .5 1 , .5 , R. 5 ,R., Q , .5 .J-Z 1 -5 Basketball The Red Devils from the Zerbe valley march agalnst ten foes during the 1950 51 campa1gn From all 1nd1cations the boys of coach Glenn Loveland promlse to offer Stlff competition to all Trevorton operates a sixteen game schedule 1n the Susquehanna League The remalning four of the twenty games are non league encounters w1th Coal Townsh1p and St Edward s The river CirCU1t w11l see plenty of the Devils who are rated a 'Dark Horse of the Loop For the first t1me 1n several years the T H S squad w11l be strong 1n he1ght and experience Coach Loveland has two boys who tower over the s1x foot level and several others who come near lt The ones who break the mark are Francls Fat Bartholomew and Ron Dunkleberger, both Jun1ors Two others who come very near to th1s level are Dean Shaffer and B111 Mielke at five eleven These are also JUDIOTS The squad rounds out w1th Jun1ors G1b Wolfe, Howard Flem1ng, Harvey Boughner, Jack Tag1ier1, Sophomore Charles Foulds and one Sen1or, Gary Parsons Parsons, belng the only returnee from the 49 50 squad is expected to carry the bulk of the attack He stands at five ten and has a reputatlon for being able to h1t the hoop with great regular1ty LOOK OUT SUSQUEHANNA LEAGUE THE RED DEVILS ARE COIING forward to a very promising season Although hampered by lack of he1ght and experienced performers these boys are expected to win more than their share of v1ctories 1D the Junxor CirCU1t of the Susquehanna League We of the Adieu and of the graduating class of 1951 wish luck to both these able river loop squads Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Bloomsburg Mifflinburg Northumberland Lewlsburg Sellnsgrove Danv1l1e Mllton Sunbury Bloomsburg Miffllnburg Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Dec Dec Dec Dec Northumberland Lewisburg Sellnsgrove Danvllle Mllton Sunbury St Edwards Coal Township Coal Township St Edwards Coach Frank Vottero's baby devils of the Junior Varsity are looking . 2 . 9 . 5 . 12 . 9 . 14 ' . 12 ' . 16 ' . 15 ' . 20 ' . 17 ' . 23 . 19 ' . 5 . . 23 . 8 . 2 . 15 . 6 ' . 19 . 35 I 950 Baseball Squad BOTTOI ROI Rego J Boughner H Johns R Campbell I Reidinger G Taglleri J IIDDLE ROI lo fe G Defacls L Lahr J Foulds C Long K llller Knarr R TOP ROI lr Sheely coach liller G Bartholomew F lxelke I Through Trevorton's 1950 baseball season of an even dozen games, the results were very the early innings The Red Dev1ls v11le Members of Miller, hurler, and Wayne lxller, first string receiver Wayne, one for three, had half of the safeties rece1ved at the expense opposing pitcner varled Losses were often due to failures to fight in and to a constant plague of errors at cruclal moments to Dan George h1tt1ng of the opened the season at home w1th an 8 to 2 loss the class of 51 taklng part 1D the game were Immediately improving, Trevorton went to Northumberland to beat the Pine Knotters 9 to 7 Whlpping the horsehide was Ned Kauffman, another 51er The next column One Sellnsgrove The next own diamond issued vxctory was aga1n over Northumberland, played on This time George Mlller recelved credlt for the in the defeat half dozen games placed the Trevorton Red Devlls of the defeats O 2, was obtained in four 1nnings and played under sub zero weather cond1tions Trevorton s 7 to 1 defeat Two games later, Miller also defeated Sel1nsgrove Kauffman rece1ved a loss at Milton to end the 1950 season Trevorton s 1951 campa1gn should be quite prom1sing The preceding year s complete infield w1ll agaln take over Veteran pitchers and catchers will also be on hand Under the very able tutelage of coaches Ross Sheely and Frank Vottero, the players of the class 51 will undoubtedly leave the1r mark on thc opposition 36 3 1 -S 1 -9 1 -S 1 -I 1 - 1 1 1 -1 1 -F 1 -I 1 -5 1 -P 1 - A 3 - 1 1 1 -I 1 -1 1 -S Kauffman, N., Campbell, G.: Klock, L. . , . . 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BOTTOI ROI Irs M Hummel coach Yonner I Shaffer A Jennxs P haffer Rego L Blahusch D Wxtchey H Knarr Ross L TOP ROW Fleming R1Ch18 J Kamxnskie N Konyar L Gzrls Basketball 50 51 The Devllettes are looklng forward to a promising basketball season, under the watchful eye of Mrs Hummel who is mak1ng her debut as coach of girls' basketball 1n Trevorton H1gh The squad boasts exper1ence and ability wlth whlch they hope to overcome all challenglng opponets The forwards are Jean Allan Dolores Blahusch, Marlene Hollenbach, Nancy Kam1nsk1e Lorralne Rego, Joan R1Chie Ann Shaffer, and Helen Wltchey The guards lnclude Nancy Flem1ng Patsy JGUDIS Doris Kllne, Louise Konyar, Joyce Long Lo1s Ross, Shella 0 Rourke Mildred Shaffer and Ildra Yonner Trevorton does not belong to any girls' basketball league, but the manager Ruth Knarr, schedules games Wlth other regional teams, not belonging to a regular league 37 Q I - - . 9 V -S - , -1 ', .9 S , I-5 Y -S , -Z 1 -S , R. MIDDLE ROI: Kline, D.g Hollenbach, l.g Long, J.3 Allan, J.g O'Rourke, S.g I , N-S ' , -Q ' , -S , - ' 7 ! 9 . . ' . , ! . . , . , . , . . . . . , , 1 . ' v Y J ' I Va rslty Cheerleaders BUITOI ROW Dunn E Konynr, L Bpatzer Rego L STANDING Kidron J Krushinski J Hollenbach ll Reldinger G Junzor Varszty Cheerleaders BO'I'P0l ROW Konyar H Ross Hepner I Ross SECOND ROW Snyder S Arbogast V Phlllxps E Novotny 38 . I , .Q .Q ,E.Q , - I , .Q , .Q , -I 1 . .' : , .3 ,R.g , .5 ,L. 2 . .: , -5 , .:. ,A- Cheerleaders When lt comes to arouslng the pep and flghtlng epxrlt of the fans and the team our cheerleadexe have what lt takes At home games or away fxom home they are there cheering for the boye They lead the yelle at the footnall and basketball gamee and du 3 good Job of UIQIHD our boys on to VlKtOfy ouchdown ed and Black 1 G V1 CI tl 1m xah eam n to Vlrtox eat and Notlfeable 39 T , R , E nergetxc V lm rv gbx O rm le- Bc 1 R ahf V"f T cb X w y N ' T, gi. Q F ACTIVITIES .I -I' J J' 'A r R I I I STANDING FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW LAST ROW Band lr S B Haupt director Persing J Lahr Slodysko G Lahr R Petroskxe, Shaffer A Hartman L Stasick A O Rourke S Betzko Jennis Wolfe H laxrs T Janask1e L Zxemba Sxdxsky A Fisher Tobxas I Troxell Hand Schock F Rebuck C Wo fe N Kehler C Kxdron G Zxemba J Derck S Hand Rebuck R Wilkinson I Derek J K ock R Bobb D Swartz N Long A 0 Rourke T lensch L Lucas R Kehler Drum fUajorctt0.s' LEFT TO RIGHT: DeFac1s, A,: O'Hourk, C,g Rebuck, N 3 Knarr. R.g Heslop, J.: Allan. J.g Wxtchcy, H.: Blahusch. D 1 Jennxs. S Q Shxpe. N. 42 Trezorton Hzgh School Band The Trevorton H1gh School Band cons1st1ng of 40 members under the excellent d1rect1on of Samuel B Haupt rehearses the full year around Durlng the summer they g1ve performances at parks plcnics and parades They also glve concerts at the carnlvals held by the Veterans of Forelgn Wars and the Trevorton Flre Company They render a concert at the Woodmen of the World s block party They also partlclpate at Class Nxght and Com mencement When school began they partlclpated at all the football games and also Teachers at the County Instltute heard an excellent concert on the flrst day of the meetlng The success of a hlgh school band depends on the cooperatlon of the student body Much credlt should be given to the band as they never fall to attend any of the school or community activltles Majorettes The Trevorton Hlgh School Magorettes conslst of fourteen talented baton twlrlers under the captainsh1p of Joan Heslop When decked out 1D their whlte and red UU1fOfmS wlth overseas caps they are a colorful slght They perform at all the concerts and parades 43 x O attended the Bloomsburg Fair. 5695 gl FIRST ROI Reed B Ross L Anderson B Snyder S Ross R Kidron J The! I Kieffer L Roth S SECOND ROI Iiss Buffington directress Ensinger S Krushinski J Long H THIRD ROI K nger I Long N Derck E Brosius M Klock N Hepner I Erdman Y Rego L Glee Club The Glee Club was organized in our hxgh school by Miss Buffington, who does an excellent job of d1rect1ng It at weekly practices and performances There are twenty members from the Junior and Senior class ID the club The girls do part singing in programs and often solos are rendered Eva Anderson, Betty Bower and Lois Kleffer are the girls who do most of the solo work The Glee Club activities lncluded singlng before the student body on special occasions such as Pennsylvania Week, George Washington's Birthday and at Christmas time The chorus of g1r1S performed competently with a concert for the teachers who attended the Northumberland County Institute, which was held in Trevorton High School in 1950 This year a Cantata was presented by the Glee Club in which all the girls took part 44 1 y -9 1 -9 y -S , -3 y -5 , -S . -3 1 -3 , - D Woodruff, N.g Wftchey, H.g fhillips, R.: Rerstetter, i.g.Ralborn, R 1 11 , -: , .1 , -a , -5 , -5 . f -Q , - Adzeu Publzcauon Staff Ed1tor 1D Chief Buslness Manager ASS1StaDt Editors Ed1tor1a1s Class Editor Candxd Photographer Plctures Artwork Flnances Sports Adleu Secretary Advertlslng Adxeu Adv1sors Wayne Mlller Eva Anderson Glenn Reed Janice Kidron Marlene Hollenbach Stella Enslnger Patricia Jennls Ned Kauffman J1m Persing Jlm Perslng Ned Kauffman Helen Long Lou1se Konyar George Hepner Margorle Broslus Nancy Klock Yvonne Erdman Elva Kerstetter Ray Cook Gary Parsons George Miller Gladys Re1d1nger Elaine Spatzer Emlly Dunn Betty Bowers Mrs George Clark Mr Glenn Loveland Thls 1S the publ1cat1on staff of the f1rSt annual Adleu publ1shed by a Trevorton gradu ating class To them goes our most graclous thanks for their strong cooperatlon w1th the1r advlsors and for thelr help in maklng th1s f1rSt annual a success .3 SEAT!-ID eed G Ock N Jennis P Peifer, ll L Bowers, B , Klinger, I STANDING Irs clgrk, Parsong G , liller I Kauffman N Persxng J Brosius, I Kerstetter E 46 ' v ,xy X' 3 4 : R . -:K1 . .1 . .: -.1 -' The Baby Sztt A sparkling zestful comedy The Baby S1tter, was presented by our class April 28 1950 All the troubles 1n the world that could happen to a baby s1tter happened Carrie when she offered to care for JUDIOT, a l1ttle dev1l Among other things, Jun1or robbed the refrigerator flooded the bathroom, broke a w1ndow tore down the 11V1Dg room drapes and topped It all off by eatxng a poisonous toadstool, thxnklng It was a mushroom Door Car11e Carrle saves the day Qand Juniorl to become a herolne 1n the eyes of Bob Cher boyfrlendl and Junior's parents CAST OF CHARACTERS Carr1e Bob Father Mother Helen Jane Junlor Patsy Jenn1s Ned Kauffman Wayne Miller Betty Bowers Dorothy Pav1lon1s Marg1e Klxnger Glenn Reed Mrs Gordon Mr Gordon Dot Midge Lefty Eunice Carl Elva Kerstetter Gary Parsons Margorie BFOSIUS Elalne Spatzer J1m Pers1ng Louise Konyar Ray Cook Quzt Your K1dd1ng We the members of the graduatlng class of 51 presented our second dramatic product1on ent1tled HQu1t your Kiddlng on January ll 1951 The apt plot of the production was about the Buford family who had a hard time since the death of Mr Buford Evelyn worked 1D an office and helped as much as poss1ble but the tw1ns, W1nn1e and Binnle, had to be cared for Aunt Sophronia accepted an invitation to vis1t them She sa1d she would give each of the girls S5 000, not know1ng WIDDIG was a boy Winnle had an lnspiration he would borrow some of Binn1e's clothes and pass for a girl While Aunt Sophronia was at the Buford home her view of boys changed, and when the time to d1str1bute the checks came she sa1d she wished one of the Buford chxldren would have been a boy for she would have given h1m S25 000 Poor Winnie ripped off h1s wig and declared he was a boy Aunt Sophron1a exclaimed, I knew lt all the time I m not such a dumb bunny CAST OF CHARACTERS Mrs Buford Mary Lou Peifer Cam1lla Elva Kerstetter Evelyn Patsy Jennls Betty Marjorle Broslus Winnie Glenn Reed Jean Nancy Klock Binnle Margie K11nger Tom Ned Kauffman Aunt Sophronia Betty Bowers Sp1ke Jim Pers1ng Jim Trav1s Gary Parsons Mel Wayne Miller 47 gg ' er!! o ll ' H 9 ! 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