Tunkhannock High School - Awanatunk Yearbook (Tunkhannock, PA)
- Class of 1942
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The dedication of this eleventh volume of the Awanatunk, by the senior
class of nineteen hundred and forty two is respectfully given to MR. JOHN
We, as la class, feel that he has more than earned this small gesture of
honor for his constructive leadership and understanding qualities.
We have felt his keen interest and Willing cooperation and have progressed
We know that his hearty but famous laughter Will remain as an echo of
remembrance to all students who have passed through Tunkhannock's halls
of learning under his teaching.
This picture, in years to come, Will refresh our memories of the fun, Work,
and play We have had under his scrupulous guidance and We will never for-
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joy that have accompanied us through the years we have spent together.
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Alice may be very small, but the part which she has
played in our school life is by no means corresponding.
She is the class, "Female Jitterbug", and her talent as a
singer is great. Alice's future success as a designer is as-
sured, if her persistence and ability continue to carry on as
they have in the past.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2,
3, 43 Art Club 3 LVice-President 35, Activities Council
3 CSecretary 353 Awanatunk Staff 4.
"Andy" is one of the Andersons from Curns Glen.
He really is a joker when he gets wound up and he is also
quite an acrobat. The senior class wishes you success in
the future, "Andy",
Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
CTreasurer 43, A-B-C Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1.
Glenn came to us from the Turnpike. His hobbies are
football and driving his truck. He has a pleasing person-
ality and has a laugh for everyone. He would like to become
a truck driver, hauling coal and ice. He is enrolled in the
Commercial Course. Good luck to you in the future, Glenn.
Jr. Hi-Y 15 Sr. Hi-Y 2 CSecretary 253 Hobby Club
1, 23 Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
Manager 33 Boy's Cooking Club 3, Senior Class Secretary 4,
Jr. Dramatics 1.
"Pudgy" as we all know is one of the most active
members of our class. She comes to us from Bardwell,
and is gifted with more than her share of musical talent.
She is always willing to help and take her share of responsi-
bilities. She hopes some day to have a dairy farm of her
own. We know she will never have any labor trouble if
her helpers appreciate her as we do.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 33 President 453 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Public Relations 35 News-
paper Staff 3, Trio 2, 3, 43 Activities Council 1, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4.
Rita is one of our "red" headed girls. She hails from
Harrison Street and is enrolled in the Home Economics
Course. Her ambition is to become a house wife. We
know you'll be successful, Rita.
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club.
JANICE P. BENJAMIN
"Benji" comes to us from Putnam Street. She is one
of the quietest girls of our class. Her hobbies are ice-
skating and dancing. She has a fine personality, and this
trait will stand her in good stead for she plans to be a
stenographer. Good luck, t'Benji".
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 4,
Awanatunk Staff 4, Shop 15 Newspaper 3, 49 Library 3,
Hobby Club 2, Basketball 1, 2.
George hails from "Jenks" and is enrolled in the Com-
mercial course. His interests are with baseball and basket-
ball. George is a good commercial student, but is very
bashful, especially around the girls. We know George will
succeed in his career.
Boy's Cooking Club 33 Baseball 1, 2, 4, Hobby Club
1, 2, 33 Newspaper Club 4.
"Don" came to us as a Freshman from Lemon. He is
definitely the answer to a maiden's prayerwthe strong,
handsome, silent type. Although "Don" appears bashful,
he's really loads of fun. His hobby is raising chickens and
turkeys. We are sure "Don" will be a success in anything
he undertakes, for his achievements in shop speak very
well in his behalf.
Hobby Club 1, 3, 4, Boy's Cooking Club 3 LTreasurer
33, Glee Club 3, 4.
"Burgie" is one of the smaller members of our class.
Although she appears quite shy, when one really gets to
know her she is a lot of fun. She is enrolled in the Home
Ec. course and hopes to become a nurse. Best of luck to
you "Burgie", in whatever you undertake.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Shop Club 13 Library 2, 35 CTreasurer
33 Home Economics 3, 45 Hobby Club 2: Basketball 2,
Glee Club 4.
Mary is one of our studious academic students who
is well liked by everyone. She has a pleasant manner,
and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Mary plans
to be a teacher, and we are sure she'll succeed.
Jr. Dramatics 13 Library 2, 3 CTreasurer 333 Home
Ecomonics 3, 4, Hobby Club 25 Basketball 2, Glee Club 4.
Jay can always be found above others because he
happens to be the tallest member of the Senior class. He
goes over the Eatonville road very often. Jay also is
very good in mechanics, always making new inventions.
Jayhwill succeed with his mechanical ability: we are sure
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Cooking Club 2, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
One of the most popular members in the Senior class
is "Tators". He is always very cheerful and plays a tre-
mendous game of football. His hobbies are square dancing,
skating, and skiing, among others. May he succeed as
well in future life as he has in his high school life.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2 fManager 253 Volley-
ball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-
President 433 Newspaper 45 Jr. Dramatics 1 CPresident 13,
Stage Manager 2, 3, 45 Awanatunk Staff 43 Senior Class
Vice-President 4, Activities Council 3.
"Dobie" comes to us from the town of Vose. Without
him the Senior class just wouldn't be. "Dobie" is one of
our star football players, also a track man. His favorite
other interests are girls and driving Fred's car. We know
"Dobie" will succeed in his occupation, whether it will
be agricultural or mechanical.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 33 Football 2, 3, 4.
HENRY W. ELLSWORTH
"Hank', is one of the quiet members of the Senior
class. He is well started on his occupation of farming
already. His name shows the kind of fellow he is.
Hfis for honest
A-is for able
Nfis for noble
K' is for kind
We all wish you success, 'fHank".
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Although "Cy" is one of the smaller members of our
class, with her, that old saying, 'tBig things come in small
packages", holds true. She hopes to become an efficient
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Newspaper Club 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Athletic Club 1, 2, Hobby Club 23 Basketball
1, 2, Shop Club 1.
"Mamie" hails from Putnam Strcct. She is an active
person in the Home Ec. Club, and we have tasted her well-
prepared and well-served dishes frequently, to our satis-
faction. Her vocation is to be the nursing profession,
and her favorite hobby is square dancing. Good Luck,
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 2, 3, 4 CSecretary
433 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Dramatics 1.
'tFremp" is an attractive commercial student who
will make an efficient stenographer. Her main hobbies
are basketball, and ice skating. The Senior class wishes
you all kinds of luck, "Fremp", though we're quite sure
you won't need it.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 433 Girl's Athletic
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 33 Vice-President 453 Senior
Dramatics 2, 3: Awanatunk StaH 4, Public Relations 33
Chorus 45 Cheerleader 4, Library Club 23 Basketball 1, 4.
"Fuz" is apt to break out into a big, disarming smile
almost any moment, which indicates he is the possessor
of a great sense of humor. "Bill", however, also possesses
other characteristics which will stand him in good stead,
especially in his agricultural pursuits. May you always
keep that great sense of humor, "Bill",
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 3, 4, Boy's Cooking Club 2.
"Bob" is that sauve, well dressed boy who came to
us in our Sophomore year from Wilkes-Barre. He is an
academic student and excells in math and science. His
ability as a hot clarinetist is second to none, and his main
ambition, at present, is to own a car which will run. He is
planning on attending college where he will major in engi-
neering. May "Bob's" perseverance never fail.
Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 45
Newspaper 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
"Tubby" hails to us from Brookside and is taking the
Industrial Arts Course. Wherever you see some excitement
or mischief going on, "Tub" is always in the middle of it.
His favorite activity is hiking, we don't think. LJoke!J
Lots of Luck to you, John.
Dramatics 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, Boy's Cooking Club 33
Volleyball 39 track 2, 3.
EMMONS HARVE Y
"Lefty" is one of the Hill-Billy Boys of the Senior class.
He is active among the girls and is a good square dancer.
He hails from Lemon and is enrolled in the Vocational
Agriculture course, in which he does very well. "Lefty"
is most interested in getting married and settling down on
a farm. The best of everything "married life" has, to
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 4 CPresident 49, Glee Club
2, 3, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
FANNIE IIARVE Y
Fannie is one of the most quiet of the Academic
students, although she can certainly "give out" at a party
or a. dance. She excells in square dancing, and is one of
the ardent fans of the polka. She has shown great ability
as a basketball player, too, and we are positive that she
will do justice to 'fLemon" in her professional work as a
nurse. Good Luck, Fannie.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Dramatics lg Girl's Athletic
Club 3, 4.
Ross comes from Lake Carey, and he is enrolled in the
Industrial Arts course. His hobbies are ice-skating and his
little Ford. Ross is certainly very popular, especially with
the girls. Best of luck to you, Ross.
Sr. Hi-Y 2, 35 Boy's Cooking Club 2.
Homer comes from Mehoopany and is enrolled in the
Industrial Arts course. His favorite hobby is guns. Homer
is one of the quiet, but studious seniors. Homer has evi-
denced great interest and success in his practical arts work,
and plans to become a machinist. If his past work is a
criterion, his future will be successful.
"Bill" is the "handsome" athlete of the Senior class.
He did a fine job as right tackle on the football team this
year. "Bill" is well known for his following among the
feminine members of the class. He is enrolled in the In-
dustrial Arts course, but is undecided as to his future.
Good luck to you, "Bill", in whatever you do.
Track 3, 45 Football 45 Basketball 45 Volleyball 45
"Sonny" is the beau brummel of our class, but he is
no sissy. He is always interested in doing his part and
does it well. In later life he hopes to succeed his father in
the mill. We all wish him success at whatever he under-
takes in the future, and hope his troubles never exceed
those of high school.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y 15 Sr. Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Jr. Drama-
tics 15 Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, 45 Activities Council 1, 45 Art
Club 3, 45 Public Relations 35 Manager J . V. Basketball 35
Manager Baseball 35 Glee Club5 National Honor Society.
"Hughie" is one of our most outstanding Commercial
students. She came to us in her Sophomore year. Although
she is tempermental at times, she is really swell. Her
hobbies are roller skating, ice skating, dancing and athletics.
With her ambitions we know she will succeed.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Girl's
Basketball 3, 45 Sr. Dramatics 2, 35 Awanatunk Staff 45
Newspaper Club 45 Girl's Athletic Club 3, 4 CSecretary 4J.
ORIN J AQUISH
"Jake" comes to us from Putnam Street. The sports
he likes best are football, basketball and track. "Jake"
has, as his main interest, a girl. He is quiet at times, but
he always has something to say when you ask him a question.
Good luck to you in the future, "Jake", and may your
sincerity win you friends in the future, as it has in the past.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2,
3, 45 Track 3, 45 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45
Reporter 45 Awanatunk Staff 4.
George comes from Eatonville and is enrolled in the
Agriculture course. He is a very bashful fellow until you
know him well. His favorite sports are driving a car and
hunting. He has not decided about his future occupation,
but whatever it is we wish him lots of luck.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
ALTHE DA KESTER
Altheda is one of your jolly Home Ec'ers, who comes
to us from Shupp Hill. Her main interests are sewing,
ice skating, and "Bill", With her winning personality we
know she will be a success.
Sr. Home Economics 2, 3, 4 CPresident 43 5 Library
Club 25 Hobby Club 3.
"Ike" is the tall, bashful, blond that hails to us from
Putnam Street. He is enrolled in the Commercial course
and is especially good in typing. His hobbies are football,
basketball, ice skating, and girls. He is undecided about
his future, but we feel that anything "Ike" undertakes
will prove successful.
Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 43 Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics 1, 23 News-
paper Staff 43 Treasurer of Senior class.
"Ernie" came to our school from Factoryville in 1940,
and is enrolled in the Industrial Arts course. Ernest is
a jolly fellow and is a good worker. We know he will make
a successful radio technician.
Sr. Hi-Y 43 Hobby Club 4.
"Mim" is one of the pretty commercial students who
has added to the fun of many of our class activities. Basket-
ball and cheerleading are favorite hobbies of "Mim's".
We'er sure she'll make a very pretty and efficient stenogra-
pher. Loads of luck, "Mim".
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl's Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4
fSec'retary 33 President 493 Jr. Dramatics 13 Mixed Chorus
43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CSecretary 2, 353 Cheerleader 43
Newspaper Club 13 Library Club 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Awanatunk Staff 4.
"Herb" is one of our easy going friends and hails from
out Dixon way. He is enrolled in the Agricultural course
and shows promises of being a very excellent future farmer.
We are sure that he will be a success in anything he may
undertake. Best of everything to you, "Herb",
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 3, 453 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Sr.
Dramatics 3, 43 Chorus 43 Boy's Cooking Club 2.
"Tarzie" is one of our trombone players in the band.
He comes from the lake and takes the Industrial Arts
course which he likes very much. "Tarzie" is a great
musician, playing the xylophone, and possessing a good
tenor voice. Here's wishing you the best of luck in what-
ever you may undertake, "Tarzie".
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Stage Manager 33
Library 43 Sr. Dramatics 4.
"Bets" has a "Gay" time whether roller skating,
dancing, or watching a football game. She would like to
become a music teacher. When "Bets" puts her foot down,
it's there to stay! We wish her lots of success.
Basketball 1, 23 Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Athletic Club
1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3 CTreasurer 333 Library 23 Glee Club 1, 2.
"Millie" hails from West Street, and is very active
in Home Economics. Her favorite actions are giggling
and square dancing. Her largest interest is in the army,
and she hopes to be an army nurse when she graduates.
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Club 1, 23
Jr. Dramatics 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1.
UMac" is one of the active boys in the Senior class.
He has lost all interest in the girls of T.H.S. for some reason
or cther. "Mac" is enrolled in the Agricultural course,
and hopes to be a milk tester. Good luck, "Mac", and here
is hoping you can find enough milk to keep you busy.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CReporter 1, 2g Secretary 413 Senior
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Boy's Home Economics Club 1, 2 CSecretary
29, Awanatunk Staff 4.
"Jiml' is one of the bashful boys of the senior class.
He is enrolled in the Agricultural course and is interested
in the raising of chickens and his object is to be a farmer.
Loads of luck, "Jim", and let's keep those furrows rolling.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Fred" hails from LaGrange and is enrolled in the
Vocational Agriculture course. He has a pleasing person-
ality and has a laugh for everyone. We hear, incidentally,
that "Fred" has enlisted in the U. S. Marines. Let it be
said, here, that the Marines got a good man.
Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Curly" came to us from Bardwell in her Freshman
year and is enrolled in the Commercial course. This is
one of those dark-haired girls who always has that certain
sparkle in her eyes. Her interests are square dancing and
keeping her dates with "Bob",
Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 13 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Library Club
2, 3, 45 Newspaper 4.
"Libby" hails from Harrison Street and is enrolled
in the Commercial course, hoping to become a stenographer.
Her favorite activities are dancing and ice skating. With
her ability to make friends, her future is assured. Best
of luck, to you, "Libby".
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Club 2, 33 Glee Club 3,
43 Newspaper 3, 4, Shop Club 1, Library Club 35 Hobby
Club 23 Basketball 1, 2.
"Ruthie" is one of our bashful girls. She takes the
Commercial course and plans to go on to school when she
graduates. Ice-skating, skiing, and building airplanes
supplement her business interests.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 49 Glee Club 2, Art Club 13 Girl's
Athletic Club 1 ,2, 3, 49 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONALD NEY 1
"Don" originates from Eatonville and is a fine student
in all his classes in school. Although he is not able to go
out for sports, he enjoys them just the same. "Don" is
a cheerful lad, and has his way with the girls. You will
find him always willing to help. The best that life has to
offer, to you "Don".
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 fPresident 475 Jr. Dramatics 13 Foot-
ball Manager 3, 4, Basketball 13 Senior Class President 43
Public Relations 35 Newspaper 45 Hobby Club 2, 35
Awanatunk Staff 4.
"Dot" is one of the smaller members of the class
She hails from the Turnpike and is an active member in
the Home Ec. course. Her hobbies are skating and visit-
ing Lemon. She never tells what she intends to do in the
future, but we have ideas. May you always be happy,
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 41: Hobby
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fVice-President 473 Jr. Dramatics 15 Sr.
Dramatics 3, 43 Glee Club 1.
"Postie" is one of our girls who is rather quiet. Her
quietness does not mask her sincerity, however. She is a
commercial student and plans to get a job as stenographer
when school is out. Her extra-school indulgences are ice-
skating and dancing. We know you will succeed in what-
ever you do, "Postie".
Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 13 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Library 2, 3, 4,
"Les" is a shy young lad from the farm, but in spite
of his shyness, he always has a smile for everyone. He is
enrolled in the Academic course and someday hopes to be
a farmer. He is a good sport and a very proficient football
player. I know we all hope Lester success and that his
cows give cans and cans of milk. Lots of luck to you,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4.
MARY LOUISE PRICE
Name the best students in our class, and you'll find
that "Pricie" is near the top of the list. She has been
active in almost all phases, but dramatics is her most out-
standing accomplishment. She has also shown talent as a
singer, and Mary is rated as one of our most dependable
members. She plans to have a career as a business women,
and there is no doubt as to her future success.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 49 Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, 4 fPresident
43g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Newspaper Club 3, 45 Public Re-
lations 33 National Honor Society 3, 49 Trio 2, 3, 4, Awana-
tunk Staff 4.
Although you don't hear much from "Ginger" she
is still a very active member of the Senior class. She takes
the Commercial course and hopes to become an efficient
homemaker. Her major hobby is sewing in which she
excells. With all of her fine qualities she is sure to succeed.
Jr. Dramatics 13 Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, 45 Jr. Tri-Hi-Y
13 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Club 45 Home Economics
Club 25 Glee Club 4.
Gay is one of the outstanding athletes of our class,
this having been proven by his football and baseball records.
His hobbies are dancing, playing the clarinet, "Sweet
potato", and East Harrison St. Gay's main ambition at
present is to join the Naval Air Force, and we're sure he
will be a great success in his future undertakings.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1,
2, Volleyball 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 43
JANET ROSEN GRANT
"Rosie" is one of our girls from town who is enrolled
in the Academic course. Her interests are playing tennis,
basketball, and skating. Janet plans to attend Penn
State where, we understand, she intends to major in physi-
Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hobby
Club 23 Shop Club 1, Sr. Dramatics 33 Glee Club 2, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Awanatunk Staff 4.
"Cliff" is one of the "Troubad0urs" of our class, and
as such, employed his able voice in several noble causes.
He is a refreshing and unique humorist, and we're sure that,
with his other fine qualities, he will make his life pro-
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-President 35 President 45:
Sulwyo Council Vice-Presidentg Boys' Cooking Club.
"Sharkie" comes to us from Lake Carey. He has a
way of getting about with the girls. If anything happens
in the classroom, "Sharkie" tries to act innocent but his
ability to blush gives him away. His sport is baseball,
and he is enrolled in the Vocational Agriculture course.
We are sure he will be a success as a farmer. Best of Luck,
Baseball 1, 3, 45 Jr. Dramatics 1g Boy's Cooking
Club 23 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awanatunk Staff 4.
"John" comes to us from the town of Factoryville.
He is one of our class musicians. Without him the Senior
class would be without any square dances. He also has
quite a few girl friends. We are sure Sherman will succeed
in his occupation of selling select meat. Lots of luck to
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 QVice-President 43, Baseball 1.
Betty expresses herself very often best by smiling,
for her innate good nature is something she can't hide.
She will find her smiles will be very helpful in her steno-
graphic work, although not so important as her nimble
fingers. Good future, Betty, in your commercial work.
Newspaper 45 Basketball 15 Library 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2.
"Spangy's" time seems to be well taken up by a certain
other member of our class. For which we commend him,
because he picked another Senior Camong other reasonsll
His Industrial Arts training will serve him well in his
future undertakings. Best wishes, Paul.
"Tessie" is an Academic student. She is very popular
among boys and girls alike. Her hobbies are dancing,
roller skating, and, as far as we can tind out, her interests
are almost unlimited. She is a transfer student who just
came to Tunkhannock for her Senior Year. Here's success
to you, Marilyn.
Chorus 4 3 Dramatic Club 45 Sr. Tri-Hi-Y 45 Basketball
JOHN J. WEBER
"Deacon" comes to us from Russell Hill. His hobbies
are talking about Plymouth cars and girls. He is enrolled
in the Commercial course and would like to become a
stenographer when he leaves school. We are sure he will
reach his goal with that likeable personality of his. Good
Library Club 3.
"Shirl" is a sober girl but always ready to laugh. One
of the highest ranking Academic students, she expects to
attend business school. To a class leader we wish the
best of luckg May you succeed in everything you under-
Basketball 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Dramatics
2, 3, 45 Newspaper 3, 45 Library 35 National Honor Society
3, 45 Activities Council 2.
"Jim comes to us from Dixon. His hobbies are dancing
and drawing. UJim's" the artist of the class. He is very
popular with the girls, due in great part to his pleasant
personality. "Jim" would like to become an artist when
he graduates. Good luck to you, "Jim"5 we're sure you'll
Dramatics 1, 2, 4 CTreasurer 435 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4
fSecretary 25 Treasurer 395 Newspaper 45 Glee Club 4g
Band 3, 4.
Bruce is a favorite to all of all of those who know him.
He is always full of fun and enjoys a joke. He comes to
L d h' h bb i dancin . He takes
us from East ynn an is o y s g
the Industrial lArts ciourse, where his abilities have ex-
h ' bl .
pressed t emse ves a mira y
Football 23 Sr. Hi-Y 2,35 F.F.A. 25 Boy's Cooking
This history began in '38
We've followed the golden rule,
And progressed 'til now, with sorrow
We leave our dear old high school.
Our Freshman year we struggled on
'Mid classes long and dreary,
No special honors had we won,
But brains and minds were weary.
Miss Herrick in her jolly way,
Was every girls friend.
While Mr. Harding grew quite gray,
Before the year's end.
Our Sophomore year we toiled along,
But we had loads of fun.
We thought that life was just a song,
Though ours was harldy begun.
Miss Hildebrant was the girls guide,
Mr. Klinger took charge of the boys.
With these loyal teachers by our side,
School life was full of great joys.
Another year rolled swiftly round,
We were jolly juniors then.
Our many achievements knew no bound
To Work there was no end.
Mrs. Yurcic and Miss Northrup,
Helped the girls through the year.
While Mr. McLaren led the boys,
As our last school term drew near.
The Senior year came at last.
Mr. Haldeman was our class adviser.
Under his expert supervision,
We're sure we grew much wiser.
Our days at high school are at an end,
And with sad hearts We bid goodbye,
To the faculty, our every friend,
And to dear old Tunkhannock High.
We AWANATUNK 1942
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All-around boy .......................
All-around girl. ,
Athletic boy ....
Athletic girl ....
Dependable boy ..... . .
Sincere boy ....
Sincere girl ....
Bashful boy .....
Bashful girl .....
Blue and Silver
. . .Charles Davidson
. . . .Marilyn Tessier
. . . . . . .Orin Jaquish
. . .Janet Rosengrant
. . .Charles Davidson
. .Mary Louise Price
Shirley Ann Wheeler
. . . . .Homer Hendershot
Best looking boy .....
Best looking girl
Studious boy ....
Studious girl ....
Original boy .....
Original girl ....
. . . . . .Mary Carney
. . . . .Bruce Wilson
. . . . . .Virginia Price
. . . . . , .Donald Ney
Shirley Ann Wheeler
. . . . . .Gay Robinson
. . . .Marilyn Tessier
Shirley Ann Wheeler
Do a thing, do it Well, and do it quickly.
CCourtesy of U 1 1 ary cademy, West Pointj
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I, Alice Allshouse will my cousin Dorothy Sands to Howard Shook. Handle with care
I, Robert Anderson will my ability to roll back the furrows to John Jurista.
I, Glenn Ayre will my position as quarterback to Clarence Myers or Carmel Emma. May
the best man win.
I, Elinor Baker will short hair-do to Betty Churchill.
I, Rita Baker will my red hair to Eleanor White.
I, Janice Benjamin will quiet laughter to Marion Ross.
I, George Brody will my jet black hair to Alice Shoemaker. CSorry it isn't longerj.
I, Donald Brown will my ability to drive a car to Alice Giberson. QWill Archy be happylj
I, Charlotte Burgess will to Betty Stevens my ability to make someone think a lot of me.
I, Mary Carney will to Alvin Bonner the youngest limb of our family tree.
I, Jay Clark will my height to Bill Gaylord. CBoy! will he be a basketball player now.J
, Charles Davidson will my quiet ways to Donald Beyers.
, Frank Dobrinski will my football ability to Bill Egliski and Bob Lewis.
I, Henry Ellsworth will my beau brummel ways to John Setser.
I, Marian Eustice will my love of Roy Rogers and cowboys to Miles Anderson.
I, Mabel Fargo will my glamorous ways to Beatrice Harvey and Ann Douglas.
I, Elizabeth Frempter will my cherub knees to Elmer Swetland.
, William Fries will my corn fed ways to Warren Riechers.
, Robert Glasser will my dewey terminology to Otto Skovronsky.
, John Harding will forty pounds to Bill Katkavich.
Emmons Harvey will to Elizabeth Greenley and Betty Lane my horn. Together they
may have enough wind to play it.
I, Fannie Harvey will my freckles to Eleanor Storey.
I, Ross Harvey will my endless supply of jokes to Bronson Hadsall.
I, Homer Hendershot will my 'Tm not so bashful as I seem" smile to Edward Yarasavage.
I, William Herman will my position on the basketball squad to George Giberson.
I, Aaron Herrick will my typing ability to Helen Rosengrant. Clf you don't think he has
any ask Tessier.J
I, Dawn Hughes will my love of roller skating to Orvind Johnson.
'Q I, Orin Jaquish will my power over a certain dark little dish to any Junior who thinks
heisi man enough to take over. CIt's a challenge, fellowslj
I, George Jurista will my feminine appeal to Joe Vaskas.
I, Altheda Kester will my ability at Home Ec. and sewing to Agnus Kuffa and Mildred
I, Charles Klein will my ability in calisthenics to Ernest Vargo, but please don't do them
I, Ernest Krause will my comprehension of Trig to Margaret Patterson.
I, Miriam Kromelbein bequeath my profile to David Brundage. QNow he will always
have something worth photographingb
I, Herbert Lane will my flowing speech and abundant vocabulary to Edna Dixon. Now
she can write poems and more poems.
I, Eugene Lazar will my seat in the band to Martha Matasavage. Better start practic-
ing now Martha.
I, Betty Lewis will my "Gay" times to Nadine Sheldon.
I, Mildred Mahoney will my quiet ways to Theta Estus and Dorothy Fargo. Little
girls should be seen and not heard.
I, Mark McCain will my high standing in the F. F. A. to Leslie Lewis.
I, James McGregor will Marvin Sands my shy ways and quiet manner.
I, Irene Miller will my long finger nails to Dorothy Harding. May you keep them as
nice as I did.
, Fred Miller will to Emma Burgess my ability to stay after school for you know who!
I, Elizabeth Mills will my interest in a guard on the Basketball squad to Mildred Fassett.
I, Ruth Monsey will to Gladys St. Clair my timid mien and bashful ways.
I, Dorotha Ney will to Betty Moses my petite figure and feminine ways.
I, Donald Ney will my place as President of the Senior Class to any junior who wants it.
I, Mary Posten will my willowey figure to Marion McDougall.
I, Lester Prevost will Eleanor Kostantewicz my mathematical ability.
I, Mary Louise Price will my voice to Alice Lewis. We must always have a good trio.
I, Virginia Price will to Peggy Hewitt and Mable Felker my poise and good carriage.
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I, Gay Robinson will to Paul Kozak and Eddie Madden my ability to powder that baseball.
1, Janet Rosengrant will my love for dainty things to Dotty MacDougall.
I, Clifford Sands will my love of square dancing to Jane Wishnefski and Jane MacCreary.
I, Artie Shaw will my special formula of extra strong H2 O2 to Shirley Sheldon. Now
she can be another Veronica Lake.
I, John Sherman will my devoted attention to Irene Matasavage.
I, Betty Smith will to Mary Space my love for Army men.
I, Paul Spangenberg will my love of ice skating to Donald Clark.
I, Marilyn Tessier will my ability to drive a car to Bobby Stevens.
I, John Weber will my ability as a home maker to Rachel Harding and Eileen Mahanna.
I, Shirley Ann Wheeler will to Doris Kile my scholastic ability.
I, James Wiggins will my artistic ability to Beatrice Crew. Now she can illustrate her
I, Bruce Wilson will my baby face to Beatrice Webber.
My friends . . . I am now about to reveal to you the most startling
invention of this modern age. The revelation must be kept a secret, for if it
fell into the hands of the enemy of Democracy he could use it against us. It
is called super-penetrating preoctial ray and it is truly a Wonderful invention.
Come, step into this metal compartment with me and I will tell you more.
You now see the panel containing the dials for operation. Let me show you
how it works. I will place the advance dial at ten and find the exact date with
the present button. . . there We have it. Now my friends .... you
and I are going to look into the future. I know you will find it hard to believe,
but wait and see. Now I will turn on the rockets, but first you must put on
this receiving helmet. I Will now turn on our two-Way radio--There . . .
can you hear me? Fine! Now we are ready. The dial is lighting up! See a
harbor? Why it's New York harbor for there is the Goddess of Freedom on
her island-and the docks-see, we are traveling into the city-there's Radio
City! Let's stop here a moment. The building hasn't changed much in ten
years, but look at the radio rooms! Say, they are really using television . .
my, my! The announcer is going to say something. Let's Listen! ! !
"N ow for a brief summary of tomorroW's broadcasts . . . .
-The Wake Up hour with announcer Cliff sands and recordings by the
great rumba band of "Aurtouro" Lazar.
-The news. by John Weber, the well known globe trotter.
-"Variety in your diet" by Miss Altheda Kester, who injects nutrition
tricks into your diet, and her assistant B. Smith.
7 :30-"The Westerners" and "Louise Massey" Monsey.
-"The Breakfast Club" With Don "McNiel" Ney, Al Cal and Homer
LHendershotJ and the breakfast clubbers.
-"Poise and Charm" a Woman's program sponsored by the Sweet Milk
Dairy, owned by Mark McCain and Herbert Lane, edited by Miss
Virginia Lee Price.
10:00-Recording with Otto Easte CHarvey7 and "Polly" Hughes.
11:00-Luncheon music by Gay Robinson's orchestra and Miss "B" Lewis as
12:00-Farm and Home Hour-regular program with a noted guest, Miss ,
Elinor Baker, to speak on Dairying in America. ,Ll fail!!!
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-Life Can Be Beautiful with Che Che "Mills" Conrad and Stephen.
S"Bowl Your to Way Health" with the national champ, O. W. Jaquish,
sponsored by the Elite Aleup, owned by Ernest Krause.
-"Style" a program for the well dressed woman with dress designer,
Madam Arda Qformer Alice Ruth Allshouse.j.
iTalkiOn the Enstein theory by Dr. Shirley A. Wheeler and her
associate, the honorable Dr. Prevost.
-Hollywood Chatter by Janice Benjamin, our Hollywood reporter.
-Club Matinee, starring Nancy "Mim" Martin and John "Ransom"
Sherman, formerly with Bill "Woody" Herman.
-"The Singing Lady" with Miss Fannie Harvey.
-Woman's Sports Review by the former tennis champ, Janet Rosengrant.
-"Vic and Sade" with Charlotte "Sade" Burgess, Henry "Victor Gook"
Ellsworth and Donald "Rush Gook" Brown.
5:30-"Jack Armstrong" starring Jack, "muscle bound", Dobrinski.
6:00-"Lum and Abner" starring "Lum" Clark and "Abner" Brody.
6:30-"Bundles for Blue Jackets" with guest seaman, Lieut. Fred Miller.
-"What's Cookin"' with noted comedians, Ross Harvey and Paul Spang-
Livingston and Don CBrucej Wilson. , '
8:00-"The B and F Hour" sponsored by A.B. Herrick. "The Tycoon Miller"
starring Artie Shaw and his band with the noted opera star Marie
-"Information Thank You" with its board of experts, Charles Davidson,
the sports authority, Robert Glasser, the engineer, Dr. Mary Carney,
the Literian, and James Wiggins, the artist.
-J'The Old Mill Whistle" with guest workers, Glenn Ayre, Robert Ander-
son, and William Fries, from the Rolling steel plant in Rolling, West
10:00-"The Peoples Program" with guests of all kinds. Jim McGregor, who
tells of a metorite found on his farm, Miss Marilyn Tessier, who tells
of her travels in India, Mabel Fargo, who has lived 25 years with an
upside down stomach and many other guests.
11:00-The Four "K" sisters, Rita, Mildred, Irene, and Dorotha with their
accompanist, Mary Posten.
12:00-Late news-round-up by news commentator, Charles Klein and George
Jurista, recentlygback from abroad.
Oh, oh! the voice seems to be fading away. Our connection with the
future has been broken by some astronomical body. You see, my invention
isffnot at its peak of perfection yet, but I have great hopes. Come, we'll get
out now and I'll see you to the door of my laboratory. How did you like our
trip? Well, thank you and do call on me again.
Professor Teabone Twiddle
Reporter: Gallywest Kitchel
-"Songs You Like" by that pretty songstress, Marian Eustice.
The Jello Program" starring Jack QHardingQ Benny, Mary CFrempter:1.+"
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First Row: left to right-D. Fargo, D. Sands, E. Greenley, I. Matusavige, A. Douglas, B. Moses
N. Sheldon, M. Ross, P. Hewitt, D. MaeDougall, A. Kuffa, E. Kostantewicz, D. Harding
J. MacCreary. Second Row-M. Rosengrant, M. Patterson, E. Dickson, M. Space, T. Estus
A. Shoemaker, B. Stevens, D. Kile, M. Matasavage, B. Weber, S. Sheldon, H. Rosengrant
E. Burgess, E. Story, C. St Clair, M. MacDougall, M. Fassett. Third Row-W. Katkavich
E. Swetland, L. Lewis, H. Shook, D. Brundage, O. Skovronsky, Fl. Madden, B. Stevens, B
Hadsell, C. Myers, C. Emma, J. Setser, J. Jurista. Fourth RowmH. Shotwell, E. Vargo, E
Yarasavage, E. Mahanna, M. Felker, R. Harding, B. Lane, B. Churchill, E. White, A. Giber-
son, A. Lewis, B. Crew, M. Anderson, P. Kozak, W. Reichers. Fifth Row-R. Lewis, A. Bonner
J. Vaskas, G. Giberson, D. Clark, M. Sands, B. Egliski.
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First limr: lrgfl lo riglil A. Wehlmer, A. Super-k, B. Harvey, ld. Shoemaker, M. Titman, G
Skovronsky, P. Joyner, L. Miner, A. Jurista, V. Ermel, A. Gahriel, M. Wintermute, G. liolson
D. Collins, IC. Shaffer. Second livin Miss Gallaher 4AdviserJ, F. Bailey, D. Harvey, D
Benjamin, D. Wall, B. Prevost, J. Rosengrant, M. Bullock, M. Miner, E. Lazar, G. lflmma,
S. Miner, L. Stone, E. Dymond, Mr. Getty 1Adviserl. Third Ron' J. Mills, F. Patterson,
W. Dunlap, IC. Lane, F. McCain, H. Myers, A. Kumet, G. Gashmark, G. Dewolf, T. Harding,
G. Andrus, K. Lillie, D. Baker, IK. Inman. Fourlh Iizm' J. Anderson, A. Leggieri, L. Ells-
worth, G. Maeialek, J. Drost, M. Brody, S. Harding, R. Philo, H. Phillips, J. Culver, A. Fiteh
Junior High Sc ooll
First How: Irgff Io right WF. Drake, L. Krewson, C. Ritz, J. llontz, B. Dunn, E. Carey, F. Ryan,
F. Burgess, R. Sickler, W. Rosengrant, W. Reichers, H. Crew, E. Davidson, C. Patton, J.
Prevost, A. Stark, K. Stark, J. Jenkins, L. Lane, W. Carter, E. Ritz, H. Dymond. Second
Hou' -E. Jones, G. Wilsey, E. Colbenson, B. Comstock, E. White, A. Stonier, A. Kitchnefsky,
B. St. Clair, T. Ney, F. PefHey, A. Whispel, M. Myers ,J. Powers, M. Forsey, C. Jaquish,
M. Baker, P. Welch, H. Kovalchick, J. Lewis, E. Lane, M. Anderson, C. Harding, M. Pherrigo,
V. Anderson. Third Row iM. Lane, M. Mahanna, E. Stone, A. Fargo, D. Shiffer, D. Hontz,
G. Cook. J. Wildrick, J. Snover, R. Gralla, L. Patton, M. Miller, M. Talpas, J. Herrick, I.
Ellis, M. Hoover, B. Klein, M. Hadsall, G. Ayre, W. Ayre, E. Ellis, R. Dixon, L. Rosengrant,
P. McCormick, A. Miner, B. Dailey. Fourth Rou'wJ. Lange, E. Mahoney, B. Hewitt, B. Wall,
R. Giberson, J. Welch, D. Philo, P. Shiifer, J. Maxim, H. Aumick, J. Ross, D. Shoemaker,
S. Fargo, C. Ermel, J. Fries, P. Corey, J. VanAuken, M. Saylor, B. Wheeler, E. Smith, C. White,
E. Abrams, J. Morgan, F. Drost, A. Johnson, C. Keyes. Fifth Row-D. Burgess, G. Rearick,
G. Yale, B. Moss, H. Miller, N. Powers, A. Tiffany, B. Myers, A. Carr, M. Coliskey, S. Cool-
baugh, A. Ayres, S. Robinson, J. Rosengrant, J. Harvey, L. Lane, R. Holloway, A. Kanyok,
M. Shaw, E. Carney, F. McCain, D. Inman, D. Shook, A. Cook, E. Space, D. Brobst. Sixth
RowfN. Harvey, L. Babcock, C. Dobrinski, P. Wilson, G. Custer, R. Ney, T. Greenley,
K. Dixon, L. Dixon, E. Clark, H. Arbuckle, K. Colbenson, J. Bull, M. Benjamin, B. Colbenson,
H. Phillips, D. Gilberson, J. Merson, E. Losey, B. Jaquish, M. Babcock, J. Mahoney, J.
Ramakis, K. Ayre.
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First Row: left to right-H-L. Lane, M. Baker, Mr. Dolbear CAdviserJ, A. Herrick, R. Harding.
.Second Row H fE. Baker, J. Vaskas, H. Myers, J. Greenley, P. Joyner.
Each homeroom elects one representative to membership on this council.
It is their duty to regulate and supervise the activities of the school. Clubs
or classes Wishing to sponsor a school activity must submit a petition to the
council for consideration and adoption. The council makes any suggestions
for improvement and sees that the program or party is Well planned and
organized. Each council member had an opportunity to serve as chairman
during a meeting and learned the rules for conducting a meeting. One of the
outstanding projects of the Council was the sponsoring of the sale of Defense
Stamps. Each Monday morning the representative collected the money,
gave it to the treasurer, Rachel Harding, who went to the postoffice, bought
the stamps and the students had their stamps to take home with them. We
averaged more than 95100.00 each week. This was a real contribution to
National Honor Society
Ffrsl liner: lrifl lo righl Donald Ney, Alice Shoemaker, Shirley Wheeler, Mary Louise Price,
Alice- Allshousc, Aaron llr-rrick. Srrfnzrl lion' lic-tty Slcvcns, James Wiggins, Mr. Frank
'l'. Dolbcar rAdviscrl, liob Stevens, lilinor liakm-r.
Election to the National Honor Society is based on scholarship, service,
leadership and character. To be eligible the student must rank in the upper
third of his class. Only a certain percentage from each class is eligible to
election. Election to the society is made by majority vote of the faculty.
Since the organization during most of the year had a small membership, it
was not very active. The society is primarily an honor society and does not
pretend to sponsor a very active program although this year we gave a "get
acquainted" party for the freshmen class and had charge of several assemblies.
First liozr: left lo riglvl -l. Wiggins, l'l. Shoemaker, P. Hewitt, K. Glasser, A. Slioernaker,
Miss Tewksbury lAdviseri, B. Crew, D. Harding, V. Price, D. MacDougall, C. White. Scrum!
Ifow P. Welch, M. Titman, M. Miner, B. Inman, J. Benjamin, S. A. Wheeler, M. Eustice,
li. Mills, J. Mac-Creary, lfl. White, IC. Burgess, I. Miller, M. Posten. Third Ron' M. Price, D.
Ney, R. Philo, C. Emma, C. Klein, D. Brundage, G. DeWolle, C. Davidson, G. Brody, D.
The Newspaper Club publisher of "The Tiger" has greatly grown
membership over last year. The staff publishes a monthly paper which
nnw in its second year publication as a school newspaper.
Edifor-fri-Clzicf ,.....,,...,.................... .,,. A lice Shoemaker
Art Edifors ,,...... , . .Peggy Hewitt, Elaine Shoemaker, Jim Wiggins
Literary. , . ..................,........,...,,....... Beatrice Crew
Sports ..., . .Qboysi Donald Ney, D. MacD0ugal, lgirlsi J. MacCreary
Social ..,.,.....,.......,...................... Mary Louise Price
Chief Reporfer ..,.,.,... , . . . . . , . .... Elizabeth Mills
Business M arrager ..... ..,. R obert Glasser
Circulation ......... . ,... Dave Brundage
Productiori Mrmuger. , .... Shirley Wheeler
Junior Home lbcconomiccs K A..lBt.C. Club
lfirsl llowz lrfl lo righl G. Cook, K. Stark, B. Jaquish, M. Mahanna, C. Dobrinski, M. Lane,
K. Colbenson, F. Peflley, L. Lane, A. Whispel, E. Abrams. Seconrl lion' -Miss Hildebrant
cArlviserv, Il. Merson, J. Wildrick, E. Ellis, R. Dixon, A. Cook, W. Ayre, G. Ayre, A. Minor
li. Dailey, ll. Miller, Miss Dimmick tAdviserJ. Third How B. Klien, M. Hoover, M. Saylor
J. Morgan, W. Heichers, E. Losey, L. Maxwell, J. Remakis, F. Burgess, R. Wheeler, T. Ney
D. llontz. Fourth Iiowf B. Hewitt, E. Space, D. Burgess, G. Rearivk, N. Powers, B. Moss
IG. Colbenson, M. Pherrigo, D. Brobst, PI. Mahoney.
The Junior Home Economics Club known to its members as the Taste
and Haste Club A is open to any junior high school girl.
The purpose of our club is to develop friendships, cooperation, and social
ln addition to our weekly meeting we gather once a month for an evenings
good time. Our activities have included learning new games, making Christ-
mas presents, and baking and selling cookies.
These are our officers:
President .,..... . , ,..., Ferne Peflley
Vice Prcsidrnl , . ...... Maxine Lane
Sccrelary. . , . . .Maxine Mahanna
Treasurer, . ..,. Alberta Whispel
Sponsor. , , .... Miss Dimmick
Senior Home llfccoimomiiccs Club
Firsl Row: lqff lo riglzi M. Felker, L. Lane, B. St Clair, M. Fargo, A. Kester, D. Ney, R.
llaker, l'l. Lane, M. Anderson, M. Hadsall. Svc-rmd Row' M. ltosengrant, L. Patton, F.
Bailey, J. Mills, D. llarvoy, A. Kuffa, Miss Hildcbrant lAdViser1, li. Grccnlcy, M. Mahoney,
C. Burgess, li. Webber, IC. Ayro, A. Tiffany.
The Senior Home Economics Club organized this year under the name
t'Royal Order of Homemakersw. We initiated twelve new members into our
club at our October evening meeting. We have had an active year this year
serving Rotary Banquet, Monday Club Tea, Faculty Christmas Luncheon,
District Tri-Hi-Y, Luncheon and several other luncheons and teas. We also
had the privilege of mending gym mats.
We have a weekly meeting each Monday morning. Our evening meeting
is held the second Monday of every month.
Our motto is: As our girlhood is now, so shall our womanhood be.
The officers for the year were:
President .......,.......... .... A ltheda Kester
Vice President. , . . . .Louise Brown
Secretary ,,..... ...,.. M abel Fargo
Treasurer ..... ,,..... D orotha Ney
Iieporfvr. , , . .Beatrice Webber
Sponsor. . . . ..., Miss Hildebrant
uinunre lfeiirmcers of America
Firsl Row: left lo riglzl HIC. Swetland, J. Jurista, T. Harding, H. Lane, M. McCain, 0. Jaquish
J. Sherman, F. Miller, G. Jurista. Second Row f-Mr. Chambers lAdviseri, J. Anderson,
II. Crew, R. Sic-kler, J. Prevost, M. Anderson, W. Fries, J. McGregor, G. Macialek, C. Ermel,
.l. Fries, F. Burgess, W. Rieehers, Mr. Aumiller radviserl. Third New F. Dobrinski, M
Sands, A. Shaw, D. Baker, ll. Ellsworth, C. Cashmark, l.. Lewis, K. Dixon, F. Patterson
.I. Greenley, F. Mr-Cain, K. Anderson.
The Future Farmers of Ameriea is a National organization lor boys, studying Vocational
The F.F.A. is a non profit eorporation, designed to rec-ognize and eneourage the natural
instmets and tendencies to organize into groups and put enthusiasm and pleasure into work
The Iroquois Chapter is eomposed of forty-two members, who are enrolled in Voeational
Agriculture. Their activities are summarized in their motto:
Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live -Living to serve.
The ofiic-ers this year are:
1,l'l'N'fdt'Ill, .,., . , . ,............ . . , . .
View Presidenl., , .. .
7'rf'1ls11rf'r .... .
Ifeperler ,.,. ,... . .
.-irlriser ..,.,.... ......,... . . ..., . .,.. . ..
Club Activities ol' F. F. A.
May. , ...... F.F.A. Week, State College November
June ,.,. . . lie-establishing group projeet Deeember
.Iuly ...,..,...,.., Finish hatehing ehieks January .I
September ,,., Exhibiting at County Fair
October .... .,.. P oultry Judging Contest
August ..., ,,......,.,..... l Pebruary,
. . .John Sherman
, Mr. . Aumiller
,.............lleady Jell sales
. . . ,State projeet eontest
nit. Green llands Sz Farm Show
. .,..,..... Assembly program
lflleetion ot' Ottieers
April .,., Organizing orehard group projeet
Firsf Row: lefl to rightfJ. Herrick, M. Ross, J. Wiggins, Mrs. Yuric, R. Stevens, B. Stevens,
A. Herrick, Second Row C. White, A. Shoemaker, J. Powers, M. Baker, S. Sheldon, E.
Shoemaker, R. Holloway, C. Dobrinski. Third Row-YP. Welch, M. Hewitt, M. Benjamin,
J. Bull, C. Jaquish, M. 'l'itman.
At our first meeting in October the following officers were elected:
Presidenl ..............,......,...,..,....,...., . .Robert Stevens
Vice Presidcrnl, . . , , ...................,.,.,.... James Wiggins
Secretary .... ..., . , . Betty Stevens
Treasurer. . . .... ..,.... M arion Ross
Reporter. , . ....., ..,..,.......,.................. P eggy Hewitt
Adviser .,.............,.................. Mrs. Yurcic
We planned a dues campaign which closed with a party given by the
losing side. At the initiation a prize was awarded to Janet Powers for the
best portrait of Bobby Stevens.
During National Art Week we arranged a display of school work in Reese's
Our Annual Sadie Hawkins Day was held November 7. Prizes were
awarded at the dance for the best costumes of Dogpatch characters.
At Christmas time the club had a party during activity period and ex-
"Art Nightl' was January 13. Work from every grade was exhibited.
, In April we sent an exhibit to Mansfield which was displayed at the
Teachers College. l .
The purpose of our club is to give students who are especially interested
in art an opportunity to do advanced work. During the year we worked on
individual projects and scenery for school plays as well as posters advertising
various school activities.
Firsl Row: Ieff In righl-WFI. Ayre, B. Lane, A. Kuffa, I. Miller, M. Posten. Second Rowe
Miss Crompton rAdviserJ, A. Douglas, R. Radle, M. Carney, B. Moses.
The Library Club endeavors to stress good reading and proper use of
the Library and the references in it.
The members learn to use the Library and then act as student librarians
in charge of the library each period of the day.
I Ofhcers .
Prcszdcnf. . .,... .......... .,.,.. B e ttie G. Lane
Vice President ..,.... .,....... B etty Moses
Secretary ...,,. . . , ,.., Gloria Ann Douglas
Treasurer ....,.,... . . ,.......,.. Mary Carney
Libmr'iun CIISCUCHKLIIN, . . . . .Ruth Radle, Elma Ayre
. 3 V
First Row: left to right--B. Comstock, J. Herrick, N. Stark, G. Emma, Miss Flower fAdviserH,
J. Rosengrant, J. Morgan, I. Ellis, J. Lewis. Second Row-B. Prevost, J. Powers, A. Supeck,
A. Stonier, C. Jaquish, IC. Shaffer, M. Kester, E. Jones, E. Dymond.
The Latin Club is a new organization this year. It is made up of a group
of Latin students who are interested in learning more about Roman Civiliza-
tion. We are working on projects such as making a Roman house, a scrap
book of Roman pictures, posters of Latin words, etc. We expect to exhibit
our projects in the spring.
President ....,.... ..,....,,. . ..... J ean Rosengrant
Vicc Presidcmf. . . , ......., ...... J ack Morgan
Sccrclary .... .... ......... R u th Radle
Treasurer ...... .... C Uharlotte Jaquish
Reporter ,...,. . . .Barbara Prevost
1,0Sffrf!IdIlllll'. . . ,..... Ruth Radle
Advisor ,,,,.. .,.. M iss Flower
Sir.. Dromoltics Club
Firsi Row leff fo right -A. Herrick, E. Shoemaker, A. Shoemaker, J. MacCreary, A. Alls-
house, J. Wiggins, D. Gallaher fAdviserJ, M. Price, G. Robinson, V. Price, S. Sheldon.
Sw-nnrl limi' E. Yarasavage, R. Philo, S. VVheeler, B. Lewis, M. Hewitt, M. Tessier, M.
Ross, B. Stevens, D. Ney, B. Egliski, B. Bates. Tlrirfl lion' J. Setser, ll. Lane, M. Hyers,
S. Harding, O. Jauuish, K. Lillie, R. Glasser, D. Brundage, ll. Shook, li. Stevens, O. Skovron-
sky, C7. lflmma, lil. Lazar, li. Vargo.
The Senior Dramatics Club under the direction ol' Miss Gallaber con-
tinues to uphold its traditions by presenting:
I. llave You Found Yourself Art Night.
2. Judge Lynch P. T. A. and Bloomsburg.
Il. Municipal Davenport P. T. A. and Assembly.
4. The Early Worm P. T. A. and Assembly.
5. June Mad annual three-act production by Ryerson and Clements. The cast
was M. Ross, K. Lillie, R. Philo, H. Myers, E. Shoemaker, M. L. Price, D.
Brundage,iJ. Wiggins,.A. Shoemaker, S. Wheeler, S. Harding, and J. Setser.
The purpose ot our club 1S to give those who are especially interested in
dramatlcs an opportunity-to become acquainted with dramatic art including,
make-up, staging, and acting.
Membership inthe club was determined by tryouts. Following this,
new members were initiated.
In addition to our stage work, the club purchased a fully equipped make-
up kit and new scenery.
f,I'l'Nl't1l'IIl . .,.. .,....,.. , . .Mary Louise Price
View I,I'l'Sllil'lIl ,.,. ...,.. .,.... C l ay Robinson
SI'Ifl'l'fIlT2l ..... , , . .Alice Allshouse
TYTUIINIITWI' ,,.,. . .James Wiggins
lff'1NlI'fl'I' .... . . .Jane Macfreary
Arlziiswr. . . .... Miss Gallaher
First Row: left to right B. Wilson, P. Spangenherg, R. Harvey. Second Rvw- E. Paker I
Wiggins, A. Allshouse, E. Harvey, M. L. Price, D. Ney. Third Haze'-fR. Glasser, I' Laaar
M. Tessier, G. Robinson, S. A. Wheeler.
Mr. Clover . .
Mrs. Plover.. . .
Johnny Plover . . ,
Susan Blake. . .
Spud Erwin .....
Betsy Erwin. .
Martha Willard ..... . .
Henry Quinn ..........
Officer lllappyl Sirnmorzs
Preston Hughes ........
The vast is as follows:
. . .Emmons Harvey
. .Mary Louise Priee
. . . . . .Donald Ney
. . . .Alice Allshouse
. . . .James Wiggins
. . . .Eleanor Baker
. . , .Marilyn Tessier
Shirley Ann Wheeler
. . . . ,Robert Glasser
. . . . . .Eugene Lazar
. .... Gay Robinson
Football Players ........ Paul Spangenberg, Bruce Wilson, Ross Harvey
, llllllllm lg
lzlllfgai I -ll
A W A N A T U N K 1 9 4 2
Senior Hi Y
Firsl Row: Irfl io right' A. Herrick, Wm. Katkavich, G. Dewolfe, C. Davidson, Mr. Dolhear
1AdviserJ, D. Ney, C. Klein, G. Robinson, Z. Barziloski. Second Naive- R. Bates, R. Philo,
li. Harvey, H. Lane, P. Kozak, E. Krousc, H. Myers, P. Spangenhcrg, FI. Lane, ll. Phillips,
J. Culver, M. McCain. Third Row S. Harding, J. Setser, H. Shook, K. Lillie, W. Dunlap,
li. Glasser, W. Herman, J. Vaskas, A. Bonner, O. Skovronsky, R. Stevens.
The Senior Hi-Y again enjoyed a year of Hne programs. The program
committee met at the beginning of the year and decided to have a worthwhile
program for each meeting. This was carried out and the interest in the club
was improved as a result. We had speakers, quizzes, movies, and forums
for an outstanding year of Work. The induction team gave an impressive
program when the new boys were admitted to the club. The outstanding
project of the year was when We invited senior boys from other schools in our
county to our school for an afternoon of games, movies, and activity. We
served them supper and followed this with a school dance. One boy Was heard
to say, "This was our best year". Of course We won the dues campaign with
the senior girls.
Jiuunnioir' lHlii Y
First Row: left fo righl fH. Aumick, C. Keyes, E. Abrams, F. Burgess, B. Colbenson, H.
Arbuckle, E. Carey, B. Wheeler, B. Dunn. Second Row--R. Giberson, B. Wall, H. Dymond,
C. White, A. Stark, L. Lane, P. Shiffer, B. Drake, P. Cory. Third Row-fVV. Carter, J. Maxim,
J. Ross, D. Shoemaker, D. Philo, J. Welvh.
The purpose of the Junior Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend
high standards of Christian character through out the school and community.
Our platform is clean speech, Clean sports, clean scholarship, and Clean
Some of the activities of the Junior Hi-Y were initiation of new members
to our club, basketball tournaments, movies, talks given by some of our teachers,
and a dues campaign.
I'rcs1drnl . ..,.. .,........ ...,,.... A l bert Stark
View Prewirlmif . . . ..... . . .Robert Colbenson
Secretary ........ ..... I' 'rancis Drake
Tl't'lISlITl'7' ....., .... E ugene Abrams
Adzizswr. , . .,..... Mr. Getty
Sir.. Timi ll-lIii Y
Firsl Roar: Iwfl In righl M. Tessier, P. Joyner, M. Prive, S. Wheeler, li. Baker, Miss Herrivlc
1Arlviserl, IS. Stevens, IC. Frempter, P. llewitt, M. Ross, ID. Mac-Dougnll, B. Lewis. Serum!
Ifuu' M. Kromelbein, A. Shoemaker, A. Allshouse, N. Stark, li. Prevost, .lean Rosengrzinl,
G. Emma, li. Burgess, IS. Churchill, N. Sheldon, l'l. White, I. Miller, J. Miner, L. Stone.
Third lion' M. Miner, M. Ilulloek, B. Inman, B. Ilarvey, A. Gabriel, M. Fargo, I". llzirvey,
M. Carney, M. Posten, M. Mzivllougall, G. St.Clair, Ifl. Story, J. Itosengrant, A. Lewis. Fnurlh
Hou' M. Fassett, A. Giberson, M. Patterson, D. Harding, V. Price, D. Hughes, R. Monsey,
J. Benjamin, R. llarding, M. Hustiee, E. Mills, C. Burgess.
To build a better world
Ready I must be
ln the place Where life doth Iind me
Holding fast yet pushing on
Into glorious adventure
You and I and God.
I,I'l'SII1l'llf. . . . . , ,.., ..,. l 'llinor Baker
Vive Presidvnl. . ,.... Pllizabeth Frempter
Svcrvlury ,....... .... S hirley Ann Wheeler
Treasurer .,.,, .....,...,. B etty Stevens
fl0Il7l8l'l0I' .,.. ,,.. M iss Gladys lfl. Herrick
Jr., Tirii Hii Y Qlliuilb
Ffirsl How: lrgfl In riglfl C. llarding, M. Baker, V. Anderson, M. Forsvy, G. Wilsey, 1. Ellis,
Miss Flower, P. Welch, M. Myers, A. Whispel, F. Pefliey, T. Ney, M. Anderson. Second
Rau'-WR. Dixon, E. Ellis, W. Ayre, G. Ayre, L. Rosengrant, P. McCormick, A. Fargo, E.
Stone, M. Lane, A. Miner, J. Wildrick, M. Hoover, B. Klein, B. Merson. Third Row A.
Ayres, A. Kanyok, J. Powers, A. Kitchnefsky, A. Tiffany, B. Moss, E. White, C. Colbenson,
M. Pherrigo, E. Mahoney, G. Rearick, N. Powers, D. Hontz, D. Burgess, B. Dailey. Fourlh
Row'--fE. Carney, B. Myers, D. Shook, D. Inman, S. Coolbaugh, R. Holloway, A. Carr, M.
Colisky, J. Lange, L. Patton, H. Miller, G. Yale, B. Hewitt, D. Brobst, M. Shaw, J. Snover.
The Jr. Tri-Hi-Y Club is the companion organization of the Hi-Y Club.
This year our program committee met and planned our meetings.
We held the induction ceremony in which new members were accepted
into the club. This was held in the fall at a supper meeting.
Obejctive: to seek, to find, to share.
Slogan: Pure thoughts, pure words, pure actions.
f,l'PNif1f'7Zl ,..... ,..,........ .... P e ggy Welch
Vice Prffsidewzf. , ,...... . ,.... Rose Madden
Secretary .,,.. . , . .Mildred Myers
Treasurer .... ........ I da Ellis
Firsl Noir: lqfl In riylzl A. Super-k, P. Joyer, P. llewitl., IC. Frernpter, M. Price, R. Glasser,
Miss Iiunnell, M. Ross, B. Stevens, G. Skovronsky, D. Hughes, N. Sheldon. Second Row
PI. Shaffer, M. Kromelbein, A. Shoemaker, A. Allshouse, PI. Shoemaker, B. Stevens, ll.
Rosengrant, B. Churc-hill, E. White A. Giberson, B. Crew, A. Herric-k. Third lion' E. Baker,
0. Shoyronsky, H. Myers, J. Wiggins, K. Lillie, B. lladsall, IC. Lazar, D. Brown, 141. Madden,
II. Shook, G. Robinson, IC. Greonley. Fourlh Row 'Il Lazar, M. Tessier, B. Moses, M. Titman
S. Sheldon, M. Fargo, A. Kuffa, M. Matasavage, D. Sands, J. MacCreary.
The main feature of the Mixed Chorus this year was the operetta, H.M.
S. Pinafore, which was very successful.
Six delegates went to the Northeastern District Chorus Festival held at
- The club has done very outstanding chorus work with their new leader,
1,I't'S'idx"?1l. . . .......... . . . Robert Glasser
Swvrrlury . ,..,. . , . Robert Stevens
TI'l'll,SIlT!'I', ..,. Marion Ross
iuunnioir Dimuimmiics Club
1"ir,:l Row: lqfl in riglzl B. Meyers, M. Baker, J. Herrick, R. Holloway, E. Stone, J. Lewis,
D. Inman, C. Jaquish. Srwmzl Nou' C. White, lt. Ney, K. Dixon, E. Clark, M. Benjamin,
L. Dixon, ll. Crew, Mr. Chambers rAdviserj.
The Junior Dramatics club under the leadership of Mr. Chambers has been
a great success. We have given two plays, namely, "Now that April is Here",
and "Mixed Dates". We also sponsored a dance which was successful.
n The Ofhcers are A
I,l'l'SZdU7lf. . . .....,..,........,. ..... R lchard Ney
Sccrciury. . . ...,,..,....,.. ..., . lanet Herrick
7'rc'asim'r ,,.. .... M arie Baker
Firsl Iimr: Irjfl In riglll S. Robinson, R. Harding, N. Sheldon, IC. Madden, ll. Rosengrant,
l". Mm-Lam-n rAdvisvr1, IJ. Ney, fl. Vaskas, M. lVlz1cIDougall, IC. Kostantewic'z, ll. Kile. Srruml
lion' li. Krause, li. Sands, li. Malmriria, R. Rarllu, -I. Rosen rant, D. llarcling, -l. Mm-
Crm-ary, l'l. Burgess, ll. Churchill, C. llarding, M. M2llZlS2lV2l21l, li. lla is.
' ' lirrl lion' li.
Lewis, IC. Yurziszivugc, W. Jaquish, IC. Loscy, K. Lillie, IJ. lfrown, W. Kutkuvirh, D. liI'llllClllj,fl',
Il. Myers, lt. Philo.
The purpose of our club is to develop Worthwhile hobbies, such
graphy, model building, collections, printing, etc.
During the year many speakers talked and gave demonstration
s of their
hobbies. Othes activities consisted of at snapshot contest, quiz programs,
I'rf'sir1rnl .....,. .... ..... ..... D o r othy Ney
Vin' Prrsidrnl . ,....... ,... P ldward Madden
Ser-rrifzfy .... ,.,, l lelen Kosengrant
T7'!'tINIlT07' .... ....,.., . Joe Vaskas
Acirisrr .,.. ..... M r. McLaren
The Girls' Athletic Club, sponsored by Miss Hoskins, serves to bring together
Girls, Athletic Clliui
From 12:00 Counter Clockwisekli. Story, B. Harvey, D. Shook, I. Ellis, M. Mahanna, M. Lane,
J. Mills, D. Harvey, A. Gabriel, A. Webber, M. Kromelbein, E. Frempter, D. Hughes, R. Mon
scy, N. Sheldon, J. Rosengrant, D. Collins, M. Forsey, D. MacDougall, A. Giberson, A. Lewis, P.
Joyner, J. Rosengrant, B. Prevost, M. Shaw, IC. Burgess, L. Miner, IC. Carney, A. Whispel
l". Pclllcy, J. Cook, G. Ayrc, R. Dixon, M. Talpas, V. Anderson, M. lladsall, M. Miner, M
Bullock, G. Skovronsky, E. Shaffer, B. Inman, Center, Miss lloskins lAdviserl.
one aim all girls who participate in sports or who are interested in athletics.
The club's activities opened this year with the annual outdoor playday in the spring.
Other girls from visiting schools took part in this event. Among the competitive sports were
softball, girl's baseball, dodgeball, and miscellaneous foot races. Refreshments were served
to a very appreciative group and dancing on the stage made this another successful playday.
Tumbling was very popular this year. Many girls turned out to learn the art and were
very successful in their attempts. They also prepared an act showing their achievement.
Their Assembly program consisted of a very interesting and educational play about
first-aid entitled "The Counselor".
To make the season complete the girls bought refreshments and hiked to Governors
Point above town, where they cooked their food in an open fireplace and enjoyed nature's
scenes. This event wound up a very good season for the girls of the athletic club.
Prcsidcnf ......,. ..,........ . . .Miriam Kromelbein
Vice President . , , , .Elizabeth Frempter
Secretary ...... .,.... D awn Hughes
Treasurrr. , . , . . . .Ferne Pellley
Adviser ,,.. .,.. M iss Hoskins
Firsl limrz lcff io righlrf E. Abrams, L. Krewson, C. Keyes, J. Maxim, F. Drake, J. Welch
P. Shiffer, M. Saylor, D. Philo, D. Dixon, B. Dunn. Srwrml New L. Lane, P. Corey, li
Wheeler, C'. Davidson, Il. Myers, Mr. Dollrear lAdviserl, Mr. McLaren lAdvisorl, -l. S1-lsor
li. Philo, D. Shoemaker, J. Ross, D. Fitch.
The Boy Scout Troop after a late start did well with its program and
many of the boys advanced in scouting. The meetings were held in the high
school each Thursday evening and the scoutmaster, Mr. Dolbear, always
tried to have a program arranged teaching us the elements of scouting. The
two assistant scoutmasters, Charles Davidson, John Setser, the scribe, Hugh
Myers, and the Senior Patrol Leader, Bob Philo, were of considerable help
during the year. The assistant scoutmaster, Mr. McLaren, helped the boys
during the week in preparing for tests. At one of our assemblies we had a
Board of Review at which time one of our scouts, Hugh Myers, was awarded
the Eagle Badge by the Scout Executive. Hugh also won the Stevens Mem-
orial Trophy for the greatest advancement.
Firsl Row: lcff to right---M. Mahanna, C. Keyes, F. Drake, N. Sheldon, A. Herrick, L. Lane,
A. Giberson, J. Mac-Creary, A. Miner, W. Ayre, M. Myers, J. Herrick, R. Giherson, P. Shiffer.
Second Row R. Philo, J. Welch, J. Ross, P. Joyner, M. Bullock, J. Maxim, IZ. Inman, Pl.
Colbenson, P. Welch, L. Rosengrant, B. Dailey, J. Ilunnell, lDirectorl, J. Culver. Third
Nou' IC. Lazar, I". Pellley, li. Baker, J. Wiggins, ll. Shook, K. Lillie, R. Glasser, M. Ross,
IG. Lazar, S. Harding, H. Myers, S. Rolrinson. I"o1zrlIL New--N. Stark, M. Miner, J. Lewis,
M. Titman, S. Sheldon, M. Baker, E. Shoemaker, M. Kester, E. Shaffer.
Everyone has enjoyed the playing and drilling during the various activities.
The annual band concert was held on March 20, 1942.
Several people Went to the Northeastern District Band Festival which
was held at Canton.
For the benefit of the Red Cross the band went to the Falls Roller Rink
at Exeter Township and gave a small concert.
To earn more money the band also played at the County Fair in September.
The band has increased and improved under the line leadership of Miss
President .,.., ............,......,..... P lmmons Harvey
Srcrdary .... ..,..,........... .,.......... P e ggy Welch
TVCHVSIITQT. ........ . .............................. Marion Ross
Librarians ............ , . .Eugene Lazar, Janet Herrick, Alice Giberson
Uniform Managers ............. Howard Shook, Bertha Mae Sturman
First Row: left to righ.tfG. Ayre, G. Giberson, O. Jaquish, F. Dobrinski, C. Davidson, W.
Herman, C. Klein, G. Robinson, O. Skovronsky, L. Prevost. Second Row-R. Lewis, C.
Dobrinski, K. Ayre, H. Crew, A. Leggieri, J. Vaskas, J. Morgan, G. Custer, A. Fitch, H.
Phillips, W. Egliski. Third Row-W. Jaquish, W. Dunlap, E. Lane, A. Bonner, O. Johnson,
Z, Barziloski, L. Katkavich, H. Kromelbein, E. Losey, R. Stevens, Asst. Coach Mr. Haldeman,
Asst. Managers, C. White, G. Sherwood, W. Gaylord, Manager Donald Ney, Coach Mr. Bunnell.
On the third day of September a group of boys interested in football met
on the athletic field of Tunkhannock High School. Including the boys of
the previous year's football team, there were 32 present.
Practice started that night to get the fellows in shape for the first game.
September 19, the Tunkhannock Tigers went to Forty Fort. Being the
teams first game and the lack of experience of the new members of the team We
came out on the short end of a 28 to 0 score.
September 27, Tunkhannock played its second game at Canton. The
score remained tied at 0 to 0 until the last quarter when Canton pushed over
a touchdown and an extra point however, We came back in the ballgame to
tie the score at 7 to 7.
October 3, Tunkhannock played Dupont on the former's field. Dupont
led by their half back "Minutes", was able to score only twice. Because of
poor team work Tunkhannock was held from scoring, and so was defeated to
the tune of 19 to 0.
The Tunks, still hoping to win a game went to Athens, but the T formation
clicked to a 26 to 0 Victory for Athens, even though they couldn't break up
our passing attack.
The following week we played one of our oldest rivals, Factoryville. A
score of 13 to 0 was rolled up by Factoryville in the last quarter when we
couldn't hold them any longer. This was the first time in eight years for the
The sixth game was played against Towanda on the Tiger's field. We
just couldn't hold the stronger Towanda team from scoring. As a result the
game went to Towanda, 26 to 0.
The next week Tunkhannock went to Dallas. The field was wet and
also muddy in spots, therefore, neither team could do very much. In the
second quarter Dallas scored 6 points but failed to convert the extra point.
Our chance came in the last quarter when we were within a few feet of the
goal, but we couldn't make pay dirt, thus our score again was 0.
Lehman played Tunkhannock on the home field. Lehman being the
superior team outscored the Tunks 14 to 0.
At last our wish to win a game came true, when Pittston Township came
up to play the Tunkhannock team for the first time. The Orange and Black
pushed over 14 points to the Purple and White's 7.
The last game of the season was played at Clarks Summit. Neither
our team, Tunkhannock, nor the Summit team were able to score in the first
three quarters of the game. The Tunks were in scoring position several times.
Then in the last few minutes Clarks Summit made 7 points and we were left
with 0 once more.
This was the last game for many of the fellows, including Klein, Robinson,
J aquish, Davidson, Ayre, Prevost, Dobrinski, and Herman.
Tiff! to Righf4W. Gaylord, H. Kromelbefn, R. Stevens, L. Lewis, W. Herman, G. Giherson
Z. Barziloski, C. Klein, G. Sherwood, O. Jaquish, A. Bonner, J. Setser, G. Ayre, J. Vaskas,
Mgr., Coach MacLaren, P. Shiffer, Mgr.
Dec. 9, 1941 The Basketball season got under way by the J. V's and Varsity teaming to-
gether. The opening game of the season was played against Springville on Tunkhan-
nock's court. An interesting picture was presented by a close score of 22-21 in Tunk-
hannock's favor. The Varsity played the Faculty following the Springville game. The
score was 46-27, the faculty taking the decision.
Dec. 12, 1941 Tunkhannock played at Rush. They were defeated by our enemy courtmen
with a score of 16-28.
Dec. 16, 1941 Tunkhannock played Hallstead on Tunkhannock's court. Hallstead's team
made a good showing but Tunk. V. finally brought themselves to victory by a score of
Dec. 19, 1941 Towanda provided the opposition on their home court. The game was close
until the fourth quarter when Towanda broke out into the lead and Tunkhannock ac-
cepted defeat by a score of 38-24. This date marked the separation of our J. V. and
Jan. 9, 1942 Tunkhannock iourneyed to Clarks Summit to play the Comets in their tlrst
league game. The Comets set a fast pace and topped Tunkhannock by a score of 44-25.
16, 1942 The Varsity met Factoryville on their own court. The Red Rams showed
their superiority and ran away, with the home team winning by a score of 42-31.
27, 1942 Tunkhannock went to Nicholson to play its third league game. The score
was very close all the way, but in the last quarter the Nicholson Varsity gained on Tunk.
and won after a hard struggle by a score of 47-38.
30, 1942 The Varsity played the Montrose Varsity on the home court. Despite the
early lead enjoyed by Tunkhannock they were unable to avoid a defeat by a 36-27
margin. This marked the fourth league game for the Tigers.
3, 1942 The Varsity traveled to New Milford to challenge them on their court. Al-
though it was the first experience for some of the boys on that court they reaped their
laurels and came back with a victory of 40-17.
6, 1942 The Varsity team played on Factoryville's court. They were out to win the
game and close playing was displayed throughout the game. The score at the half was
tie 18-18. However, during the third and last quarters the Factoryville team opened up
and Tunk. took it on the chin by a score of 42-36.
9, 1942 The Varsity challenged the New Milford squad on our home court. Coach
McLaren's boys took an early lead and held it throughout, defeating New Milford for
the second consecutive time, by a lopsided score of 52-14.
13, 1942 The Comets from Clarks Summit played the Tigers at home. It was a gallant
Hght but the Tigers were finally blinded by the fast playing of the Comets. The half
time score was not very good for Tunkhannock, but t e boys kept fighting until the
final whistle at which time the score was 51-23, with a loss against Tunkhannock.
17, 1942 The Varsity met Hallstead in a fast game on the opponent's court. They were
expecting a close game because of Hallstead's previous good showing. The home team
272331716 to hit its stride and Hallstead's team was shut out from the floor by a score of
. 24, 1942 The Varsity were hosts of Nicholson. Tunk. took the lead early in the game,
but was unable to hold it and went down in defeat by a close score of 34-30.
Feb. 27, 1942 The Tunkhannock Basketeers played their last league game at Montrose.
They worked up to a victory, but the odds were against them. After leading for most of
the game they were found trailing when the game ended to the tune of 29-24.
March 6, 1942 A determined team from Springville came to play with Tunkhannock's
Varsity on the home court in an exhibition game. Tunk. took an early lead and emerged
victorious by a score of 52-17.
Junior Varsity Basketball
19, 1941 The Jr. Varsity played their third league game against Mill City on the home
court. Mill City took an early lead and held it for the rest of the game. At the finish
Tunk. was at the end of the string by a score of 42-30.
9, 1942 The Tunkhannock Jr. Varsity were guests at Laceyville. The Tunkhannock
dribblers were holding the lead until the last minutes of play when Laceyville jumped
out in front to make a margin of 12 points. The jinx was against them and the score at
the end of the game was Laceyville 28, Tunkhannock 16.
12, 1942 Dimock came to Tunkhannock to play the Jr. Varsity on the home court.
Dimock's team was fast and proved to be too potent for Tunkhannock boys. They led
by a 37 to 17 score.
16, 1942 Meshoppen league boys came to Tunkhannock to play the Jr. Varsity. They
put on the steam and emerged victorious. At the end of the game the score board read
Meshoppen 23-Tunkhannock 11.
27 , 1942 Rush made a return game to Tunkhannock and the home boys were unable
to hold Rush from scoring. Shots were made from all points on the court. Rush smashed
through Tunk's defense and came out on top with a score of 41-13.
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Jaaiiair Varsity Basketball
Fire! Row: left to right--HM. Benjamin, H. Shook, W. Jaquish, H. Shotwell, R. Ney, K. Ayre,
C. White, R. Colbenson, A. Stark, R. Bates, J. Morgan, H. Phillips, F. Patterson, H. Myers,
li. Losey, K. Lillie, J. Welch rAsst. Mgm, G. Bunnell CCoaehJ, E. Lane lMgr.l.
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3, 1942 Tunkhannock Tigers were the guests of Springville players on the latter's
home court. The ferocious Tigers were brought to bay as Springville's offensive raised
the score to 31, while Tunkhannock scored only 11 points.
6, 1942 Tunkhannock challenged Mill City on the opposing team's court. Mill City
took the lead in the first half and kept it in their hands throughout the rest of the game.
The score at the end tallied 42 points for Mill City and 23 points for Tunkhannock.
13, 1942 Laceyville played Tunkhannoek in Tunkhannock's gymnasium. During the
first half neither team took the lead and the score tied 9-9. In the second half Laceyville
broke out in front and finished off with a 27 to 19 victory.
17, 1942 Tunkhannock played against Dimock on the enemy court. In the first
half Tunkhannock Tigers held Dimock with a close score. In the second half Dimock
improved their playing and were fortunate in winning the contest 21-13.
20, 1942 Tunkhannock went to Meshoppen to play them on their court. The boys
were determined they would wind up the season with a victory, and were able to uphold
their determination with a Hnal score of 87-28, in Tunkhannock's favor.
First Row: left to rightfil. Welch Asst. Mgr., P. Shiffer, Asst. Mgr., M. Stang, H. Phillips,
Asst. Mgr., A. Stark, K. Stark. Second RoweB. Gaylord, G. Sherwood, G. Brody, E. Harvey,
G. Robinson, J. Vaskas, H. Shotwell, A. Shaw. Third Row-f-Coach Bunnell, K. Ayre, IC.
Madden, K. Lillie, W. Dunlap, H. Kromelbein, G. Custer. Manager W. Egliski. Fourlh
Row'-V J. Culver, E. Losey, B. Hadsall, W. Fries, P. Kozak, E. Abrams.
Baseball is the outstanding sport of the spring season. Under the careful
guidance of Mr. Bunnell, the team got off to a flying start because of favorable
The team started the season by winning the first two games which were
league games. We expect the team to continue on the road to success.
April Mill City Away
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Dunlap, K. Lillie, A. Bonner, R. Stevens, C. Davidson, C. White, Coach Bunnell.
Volley Ball is a sport used by T. H. S. to fill in the sporting season between
Basketball and Baseball.
The sport if played correctly requires as much thought and energy as
other sports, as well as much cooperation.
About twenty-five came out for the squad but Coach Bunnell cut the
team down to twelve.
This year the team competed in the District 12 meet which was held
at Nicholson, and succeeded in winning the meet and bringing the trophy home.
The team then went to State College for the state play-offs, but was
beaten by Doylestown and Williamsport, thereby being put out of the running.
Firsl Huw: Ivfi lf: righl f R. Bates, W. Herman, O. Jaquish, R. Stevens, Charles Klein, G. Andrus.
Srwnzrl Hou' J. Morgan, Asst. Mgr., C. Davidson, W. Jaquish, ll. Myers, Coach Ilaldoman
A. Bonner, R. Lewis, C. Dolirinski, H. Phillips, Manager.
With the coming of spring the track boys, under the careful supervision
of Mr. Haldeman, began to get in shape for the track events, which included
high jumping, broad jumping, pole vaulting, discus, shotput and many run-
ning events including the 100-220-440-880 yard runs and the mile relay.
Harold Phillips fulfilled the position as Manager and had an able under-
study, who was Jack Morgan, as an Assistant Manager.
The schedule for the season is as follows:
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Cheer Cheer for Tunkhannock High
Whether we win we'll do or dieg
Send a vollied cheer on high
Shake down the thunder from the sky,
Whether the odds he great or small
Tunkhannock High will win over all,
While our loyal sons go marching
Onward to Victory, Rah, Rah, Rah!!!
T-Fl-A-M Yeah Team!
T-FI-A-M Yeah Team!
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13-First dance sponsored by the Activities council.
-Initiation party of the Sr. Dramatics Club.
29-Play Day sponsored by the Girls Athletic Association.
31-Halloween Party for the Grade School by the Sr. Class.
-Victory Dance-Activities Council.
7-Annual Sadie Hawkins Day sponsored by the Art Club.
8-Home Economics Club food sale.
13-Initiation party for new art club members.
14-Square Dance sponsored by the Senior Class.
25-June Mad-Sr. Dramatics Club 3-act play.
28-Thanksgiving Dance with Bob Reap's Orchestra-sponsored by
the Yearbook Staff.
1-A. B. C. Club's party for the Jr. Home Economics Club.
5-F. F. A. Square Dance.
8-Senior Class party.
-Jr. Home Economics Roller Skating Party.
26-Christmas Dance with Jr. McGuire's Orchestra sponsored by the
Basketball Rules by Mr. MacLaren.
16-9th grade girls assembly.
17-District Chorus-Clarks Summit.
18-Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Meeting held at the Methodist Church.
19-Good Health Week.
Newspaper Club assembly-Sr. Class Square Dance.
29-High School Operetta.
30-Assembly speaker-David B. VanDyke from China.
6-Library Club Dance.
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13-Boy Scouts assembly.
20-F. F. A. assembly program.
23-High School Band played at Exeter.
26-Home Ec. Roller Skating Party.
Mar. 4-lst First Aid Meeting.
5-Square Dance sponsored by the Art Club.
6-Loring Campbelle Magician.
13-Sr. Dramatics Club benefit square dance.
21-Annual Senior Bake Sale. '
23-Newspaper Club Dance.
April 10-Music Department Assembly Program.
11-State Volley Ball play off.
17-Ever Since Eve, Senior Class play.
17-Activity period dance sponsored by the Hi-Y.
24-Jr. Dramatics Club Assembly Program.
24-Career Forum at Keystone.
24-Junior Sports Spree.
24-Track meet between Tunkhannock and Hartford.
May 1-Scholarship examinations.
2-Commercial Contest at Bloomsburg.
16-District Track Meet.
25-Grade School Promotion.
29-Last day of school.
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