Tunkhannock High School - Awanatunk Yearbook (Tunkhannock, PA)

 - Class of 1947

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W E I L ALMA M TER Class of '47 NESTLED av THE SUSQUEHANNA ls OUR SCHOOL RO GRAND WITH ITS BEAUTY AND ITS GRANDEUR, FINEST IN THE LAND WHERE THE WATERS MEET, STANDS OUR DEAR OLD ALMA NATER ONWARD YET DISCREET SCENES OF ALL OUR EARLV SCHOOLING LOVED BOTH THEN AND NOW COME, LET ALL OUR GALLANT STALWARTS REVERENTLY Bow CHORUS HAIL TO THEE, TUNKHANNOCK HIGH SCHOOL, PROUDLY WE WILL STAND EVER LOYAL AND DEVOTED BEST SCHOOL IV THE LAND CO TENTS ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES SENIORS SPQRTS STUDENTS SOCIAL ADS 3 ' ' I A I IN THIS OLD HISTORIC HAMLET U 1 I I Class of 47 BOARD OF EDUCATION FIRST Row RALPH SHELDQN, GEORGE GAv DONALD HARDING K PRESIDENT, ALVIN TILLI:v KSECRETARY, Rev HARRY SOMERS, HORACE SICK ll- 7 Y T L " 'R ' A 5' ' :,.-M,,.s f 1-.,,,,.a g 4 f' L. 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Rr TO CLASS OF 1947 CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR HAVING REACHED A HIGH POINT IN YOUR EDUCAT IONAL DEVELOPMENT YOU HAvE ATTAINED A GOAL WHICH MANY YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO ATTAIN THERE ARE MANY YOUNG PEOPLE wHO STARTED SCHOOL wITH YOU wHO WERE NOT WILLING TO MAKE THE EFFORT OR THE SACRIFICE NECESSARY TO BE A GRADUATE FROM A HIGH SCHOOL SOME OF YOUR CLASS PLAN TO CONTINUE THEIR FORMAL EDUCATION AND I PREDIOT FOR THEM A REAL SUCCESS IN THEIR CHOSEN PROFESSION YOU SHOULD ALL BE ANXIOUS TO CONTINUE YOUR EFFORTS TO BETTER YOURSELVES DoN'T BE SATISFIED WITH MERELY NGETTING BYU PUT FORTH YOUR BEST EFFORT NO MATTER WHAT YOUR CHOSEN FIELD OF WORK MAY BE IN YOUR CLASS ARE BOYS WHO HAVE RETURNED FROM THE SERVICE SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS ARE DUE THESE BOYS THEY HAVE MADE A GOOD RECORD AND I AM SURE YOU ARE ALL PROUD TO HAVE THEM AS MEMBERS OF YOUR CLASS YOU HAVE SPENT SOME OF THE HADDIEST MOMENTS OF YOUR LIVES IN YOUR SCHOOL WORK AND IN THE COMPANIONSHIP OF YOUR CLASS MATES RECALL THE THRILLS YOU HAD WHEN YOU WEFE IN A SCHOOL PLAY, THE OPERETTA, THE GLEE CLUB, THE DEMONSTRATION TEAM, YOUR ANNUAL ASSEMBLY PROGRAM RECALL THE SPECIAL AWARDS YOU WON FOR OUTSTANDING WORK THE EXPERIENCES YOU HAD ON THE ATHLETIC FIELD OR THE BASKLIBAL COURT WILL ALWAYS BE A HELP TO YOU IN THE CLASSROOM YOU ATTACKED AND SOLVED MANY DIFFICULT PROBLEMS R MEMBER THE SATISFACTION FROM SOLVING A DIFFICULT TASK CARRY THIS SAME SPIRIT INTO YOUR EVERY DAY LIVING You HAVE MAFF LASTING FRIENDS KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ONE ANOTHER WHY NOT PLAN A CLASS REUNION? YOUR SCHOOL IS PROUD OF YOUR RECORD AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE INTERESTED IN YOU WE ARE CRATEFUL TO YOU FOR WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TOWARD MAKING THIS SCHOOL A BETTER SCHOOL. BEST WISHES TO YOU FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS VERY SINCERELY, 9 ff! Lfffff 4 fldgckh 6 7 f I ,L FAQS FQRMHN 1 ?HESi?w5RQ?E ,f,Jf ' 'A V- R I' AS Q ..-ffm "wSA . A 'X III w , T1-'S' X 'gg L . I I f" 'PZ 'WWMVSRL , , W I I ' .I -' ' fflf' A , -4 L+wA v I 5 W Q .Af,W , I fe AS ITRxSyF 'A ,.,,.,.,,,,..,. A ..,,.m,, ,. O,,,,...,.,, I I pE?.EggMp2 - I 1 .- AE.-,..w ' O, ' - wwwwwmwww A . E Ewxgfwikgwywjm ' -t R4A. S: Sfm3,,-H. . . . . . . I , - . . . . ' n . ' D V I- . . E- A D I 1 . -- . . . Class of 47 -AM-. I..--J,....... R w L TO BETTY FLOWER, RUTH STEISERWALT, MRS DOROTHY COLLINS, MARJORIE SEAL VIRGINIA CAST, MRS JOSEPHINE TRosTER, HELEN CROMPTON, MARY MORBACH MARY LENAHAN D Row L TO GEORGE BUNNELL, RUTH CARTER MRS NARGARET HEFFERAN, MRS ANNA STROME, FRANK DoIaEAR, JOHN HALDEMAN, MILDRED STARK, JOSEPH POWNALL, NICK YURCIC MRS DIANA BUNNELL MARY LUTES, BRUPE RATHBUN, DAVID SECHRIST 7 ? R I I . ' A . V ,Ni 1sT. o . R. R . ! 2N . . R. , - , . I I ' ' Class of 47 JEAN SNOVER ART EDITOR YEARBUOK STAFF DICK UHOEMAKER BUSINESS MGR Q- HOWARD LANE WRITE UPS ROBERT DUNN ELSIE COLBENSON WRITE UPS WRITE UPS CORA WAGNER WRITE UPS HELEN VASKAS WRITE UPS -Ralf LILLIAN WALL TVPIST BETSY HEWITT ART EDITOR HOPE MILLER WR ITE UPS FLORENCE JACKSON ALICE HARDING JEAN SHAW TYPIST TYPIST TvpIsT ADV I SORSI MARY K. LENAHAN JOHN W. HALDEMAN 8 7 f .1.:v.vr:m' vw vmiiw ,I '1,1:,1iiffv51f ' - Eigmi1s1,l4S,' , U'Q2LfiLs:E?' 1' ri' I LVlViL,.'!k . .Wg A fif -,. 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' -" Jw -. q..,:,. x -:- -N:-p. - Q -:.- L- -' ' , Class of 47 vf" 5 f"u6 32375 54? 551 ,ww 1-.ar CARL SUGAR HOLLOW CARL IS A VERY ACTIVE AND HARD WORKING AGRICULTURE STUDENT E SHOWS GREAT PROMISE AS A FARMER CARL S QUIET FELLOW BUT IS ALWAYS READY FOR A GOOD TIME GOOD LUCK T0 vou, CARL DOT DOT IS ONE OF THE F N AND ALWAYS INTO NEEDLE AND ALSO WITH A DOT IS UNDECIDED ABOUT FULL AND SUCCESSFUL JOHN ANTOSH JOHNNY CENTERMORELANO JOHNNY, WHOSE FAVORITE OAST TIME IS TEASING T GIRLS, IS A FAVORITE OF EVERYONE HE IS ENROLLED IN THE AGRIOULTIRE COUISE ALTHOUGH HE EXDECTS TO ENTER THE SERVICE, HE HOPES TO BE A GOOD FARMER SOME OAV HUGH ARBUOKLE HUGHIE IUNKHANNOCK HIE CAN ALWAYS BE DENTIFIED BY HIS FLASHY TIES AHICH HE IS FAMOUS HE LEFT SCHOOL IN OUR SORHOMORE YEAR TO LIST TH IR ORD AND E WERE HADOY TO WELCOME HIM BA AGAIN LAQT FALL AS A NEMRER OF OUR CLASS COM ERCIAL ART OFFERS A CHALLEN E TO HJGHIS UNUSUIL TALENT ALONG THAT LINE YOU ALWAYS KETCH YOUR AY THRUUPH LIFE HU H ARTHUR BALL ARTIE LEMON ARTIE IS ANOTHER AGRICULTURE STUDENT HE IS VERY FRIEND ND I ev ALL wHo KNOW H ARTIEIS MAIN INTEREST IS BASEBALL A PITCHER, ARTIE ExcE IN TH SPORT ART PLANS TO BE A FARMER MAY YOU HAVE THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, ARTIE CARL BOICE N8 'QD' DOROTHV BROBST TUNKHANNOCK HOME ECONOMICS GIRLS SHE IS FULL OF SOMETHING SHE IS AN EXPERT wITH MAKE UD KIT WHEN CREATING CHARACTERS HER FUTURE, BU WE HOPE IT WILL BE IO I II II 7 A - . HE I., II II fm , I I ' 5 - HUG ' I I I , FOR I A A A f "I C ' O A , f EN O IN E A C S - : N CK A531 -' G I . II I , I 'I-'AY I' ' A - 'f I 1 I G - HEm-p.w .gpwwwfz II II ,LSP ' 1 LY A IS WELL LIKEO IM, 1 . As LS IS II II E , H . I A I C II II u . A .. , I T LEOLA BROWN LEQLA LEMON LEOLA IS ENROLLED IN THE HOME ECONOMICS COURSE, AND ExCELs IN ALL PHASES OF THE wORK SHE IS AMONG THE QUIETEST AND MOST INDUSTRIOUS MEMBERS OF THE CLASS LEOLA IS UN DECIDED AS TO HER FUTURE BUT wITH HER MEEK, YET WINNING WAYS HER HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE ARE ASSURED NARJORIE BUCIINGHAM NARGE TUNKHANNOCK MARGE IS ONE OF THE QUIET MEMBERS OF THE CLASS AND IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE SHE IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE BUT VITH HER SMILE AND PLEASING PERSONALITY WE KNOW SHE WILL SUCCEED BEST WISHES TO YOU, MARGE ELWOOD CAREY NELWOODH TUNKHANNOCK ELWOOO IS av FAR ONE OF THE HARDEST WORKERS IN THE CLASS No MATTER HOW BUSV, ELWOOD ALWAYS HAS TIME TO HELP OU ANYONE wHO ASKS HIM HE IS AN ARDENT SPORTS FAN IS FAVORITE SPORT IS BASKETBALL ELWOOD PLANS TO ENTER THE SHOWN Sv HIS FRIENDLINESS AND ABILITY TO HELP SURE ELWOOD HAS CHOSEN THE RIGHT VOCATION MINISTRY OTHERQ WE ARE CLARENCE CARTER NICK NICK, WHO IS A WELL KNOWN AND WELL LIKE CLASS, CAME TO TUNK. IN OUR SOPHOMORE YEAR MUCH TO THE CLASS AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES NICK IS ENROLLED IN THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE THE CENTER OF TowN WITH HIS LIKASLE WAYS AND HE WILL SURELv BE SUCCESSFUL GOOD LUCK, NICK -f-"' -3 ELSIE COLBENSON SUCCESS IS ASSURED Class of '47 Ir' MJ RIS. TUNKHANNOCK MEMBER OF THE HE HAS ADDED THE SCHOOL AND HAILS FROM SENSE OF HUMOR NELSIE' TUNKHANNOCK ELSIE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND IS AN ASSET TO THE SCHOOL SHE IS ONE OF THE VITAL DROPS OF THE CLASS IS ao ND T MAKE AN EFFICIENT MEDICAL SEC RETARY WHICH HAS LONG BEEN HER DESIRE, THAT S UNTIL MET BEN WHATEVER HER UNDERTAKINCS ARE FOR THE FUTURE, HER ll ll ., - AP KW, ll I ll I . - 452 T . . H . , . au' L, ll . AS n . K RTOS? I 5 IIIIII giia i Aj-gi '55 y.g3g :',- Q S 1Cfgf AFD, p n n 3 ar . ' Tak, OF 0 28? . SHE U . O - 'QSSLL I SHE . an Class of '47 DOROTHY CRAGLE DOT LEMON DOT, ONE OF THE MOST TALKATIVE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS HAILS FROM LEMON HER HOBBIES ARE DANCING AND FISHING SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE BUT IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE HER CHEERY SMILE AND DLEASANT RERSONALITY WILL BE ASSETS IN HER FUTURE WORK BARBARA DAILEY BOBBY TUNKHANNOCK BOBBY IS ONE OF THOSE GREAT KIDS FROM TURNRIKE SHE HAS BEEN WITH US SINCE FIRST GRADE AND IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMER CIAL COURSE R HOBBIES ARE DANCING AND READING Uv ON HOLLYWOOD HAPPENINCS BEST OF LUCK IN WHATEVER YOU MAY DO IN THE FUTURE, BOBBY ANTHONY DEANGELO TONY' CENTERMORELAND TONY, ONE OF THE TALLEST BOYS IN THE CLASS, IS ENROLLED IN THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE HE HAS A BLEASINC PERSONALITY AND IS WELL LIKED BY ALL WHO KNOW HIM TONY'S MAIN INTEREST IS DRAMATICS THE BEST OF LUCK TO YOU TONY BF 'ff 'Zi E' Pail DORIS DECKER DORIE CLIFFORD DORIE CAME TO US AS A JUNIOR AND IS NOW ENROLLED IN THE HOME EC COURSE HER COURSE IS A LITTLE MIXED Up BUT DORIE 'T THE LEAST BIT MIxEO UP WHEN IT COMES TO BOYS S E IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE, BUT WHATEVER THIS DETERMINED LITTLE RED HEAD UNOERTAKES WILL BE ACCOMRLISHEB JAMES DICRSON JIM BARDWELL JIM CAME TO Us IN HIS FRESHMAN YEAR SINCE THEN CLASSES WOULDN'T BE THE SAME wITHOUT HIM HE IS RATHER QUIET BUT AT TIMES HE COMES THROUGH WITH SOME VERY SHARP REMARKS JIM'S M N INTEREST IS HUNT C HE PLANS TO FARM GOOD LUCK T0 YOU, JIM 1 n n i . . II II . 4 - , HE . I I II I 5 ' I V I . y n ,ff ' , , , . , . , A,. ,R. ' ?E3?RgI- 'MRSRRQB I- ,zjffgv 1, ' f .L as 3, I .WgiEg5U2" !4MQ,Qg . Vfkfsiii ,gwmfxfg . z' iswis 'I i 5 I -IIS'-S' II Il . . I SN , H , , -S n n ' ' l ' Gi' . A I I N . . . Class of 47 CHARLES Dlx CHARLIE LEMON CHARLIE IS THE SCIENTIFIC GENIUS OF THE CLASS HE PLANS T0 ATTEND LAFAYETTE UNIVERSITY TO STUDY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING HIS HOBBIES ARE RUNNING THE MovIE PROJECTOR AND PERFORMING .,, ExPERIwENTS THERE IS NO NEED TO WISH YOU SUCCESS, CHARLIE ws.. WITH YOUR OUTSTANDING ABILITY AND HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT You ARE BOUND TO ACHIEYE IT LEWIS DRAKE WLEwIEn SUGAR HOLLOW LEWIE IS ONE OF THE MOST MECHANICALLY MINDEU BOYS IN THE f Q CLASS HE REALLY KNOWS HIS STUFF WHEN IT COMES TO CARS ANU MOTORS LEWIS WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A MECHANIC FROM HIS PAST RECORDS wE'RE SURE OF HIS SUCCESS LOTS OF LUCK, LEWIE f ROBERT DUNN NDUNNIE TUNKHANNOCK f LUUNNIE IS A POPULAR FELLOw,IN THE SENIOR OLASS AND IT JUST IOULON'T BE COMPLETE WITHOUT HIM, HQ IQ AN ACADEMI STU ENT AND EXCELS IN BASKETBALL, TRACK AND PLAYING THE DRUMS WHENEYER THERE IS A JOKE SESSION, VOU'LL FYNDGTHQT BOS HAS THE FLOOR WITH HIS GREAT PERSONALITY AND PLEASING HERBERT DYMOND HERB' STONE CREST HERB COMES FROM STONE CREST AND IS ENROLLED IN THE I ,,, DUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE HIS FAVORITE PASTIMES ARE HUNTING AND TINKERING WITH HIS CAR WE ARE SURE SUCCESS WILL BE HIS WITH EIS ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE SHOP THE REST or EVERYTHING TO YOU, ERS ONN 'CONNIE V TUNKHANNOCK sl NE or THE MO T IV ERS OF HE SENIOR HER IHOBBIE ARE S'YKET LL A D HNQ OTHERS ONNIE S AN ACADEMI STUDEN AND TO ENT R THE NURSING PROFESSION. UA PERSJONALITY SH A E YO POPULAR WITH ALLXXOUR P TIE TS GOOD LUCK, CONN J' , I '9 II II I ' , 2, 1 ' I -T ' I V .r f A f, , V f,14- fl K, -'J ' I I I l K 1 f ' ' I I ' I I V. J v , 1 '1 x A - 1 I A , , 1 , ! I, I' ' 'I I F f T' ,R ',,f 4 I A A I WAV, DUNNIE IS SUHE TO SUOcEEDfINQ,THE FUTURE. I . J ig I II I U P C EGUQAI 7 l H x A N I, I A F V . J ,l 3 . J I Fejc NIE I O QMC E M Q .H CL S. I N . C .NN X ULF? " , 1 O x E 0 1 ' 'X 3 , I ' -N .4 N V 'X K. XJ J 'Y J rl! OI J J ' - Jf 1 I f I I j H! L., I J J! I ' I' 'V af 9 J ' I ' I J X Claes of '47 ALICE FARGO ABLE TO GIGGLE YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE IDA FELKER DA I IS A HOME E STUDENT AND FULL TO KNOW HER HER HOBBIES ARE DRIVING HER OF THE FARM SHE HAS NO SPECIAL PLANS WORK IN THE SHOE FACTORY IS A POSSIBILITY AND GO GETTER LIKE IDA, FAILURE IS OUT OF ALBERT FITCH 123' PLISH ALMOST ANYTHING GEORGE GARDNER GEORGE TUNKHANNOCK GEORGE IS GOD'S GIFT T0 WOMEN ALTHOUGH SLOW AT SOME THINGS, GEORGE REALLY GETS AROUND AT OTHERS HIS NATURAL FOOTBALL WAS SHOWN THIS YEAR ON THE FIELD GEORGE GO ON TO COLLEGE,AND WITH HIS ABILITY TO GET ALONG SEXES, THERE IS NO DANGER OF HIS BEING UNSUCCESS LUCK, GEORGE ABILITY AT ExpEcTs TO WITH BOTH FUL GOOD RALPH GIBERSON 'GIBE' TUNKHANNOCK GIBE REPRESENTS OUR CLASS IN A PROGRAM OF SPORTS HAS A QUIET AND SLOW MANNER BUT IS ADMIRED BY ALL MEMBERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS HIS MAIN HOBBY IS THE FAMILY CAR G E UNDECIDED ABOUT HIS FUTURE PLANS BUT WE KNOW HE WILL SUCCEED IN WHATEVER HE UNDERTAKES 1 ALICE TUNKHANNOCK ALICE HAILS FROM THE FAR END OF PUTNAM ST SHE IS EN ROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND EXPECTS TO CONTINUE IN THAT WORK WHENEVER THERE IS LOT OF NOISE IN THE HOME ROOM YOUILL KNOW THAT ALICE IS IN THE CENTER MAY vOU ALWAYS BE BROOKSIDE OF FUN ONCE YOU GET CAR AND TAKING CARE FOR THE FUTURE, BUT FOR A HARD WORKER THE QUESTION FITCHIE TUNKHANNOCK FITCHIE IS ENROLLED IN THE INDUSTRIAL COURSE HE IS NE OF OUR RETURNED SERVICE MEN WHEN FIRST RETURNED FROM THE NAvv HE HAD PLANNED TO BECOME A DETECTIVE Now HE IS RATHER UNDECLDED ABOUT HIS FUTURE WE ARE ALL CONFIDENT, HOwEvER, THAT WITH HIS SLOW GRIN AND A LITTLE EFFORT HE COULD ACCOM II ll Il' II DA C. RT ' I hu' ' I . 'tw ' - I II II I . O iv- - - ll ll I 465 . HE . . IB IS A LI GEORGE GoaLE EORGEu CENTERMORELAND GEORGE, A QUIET FELLOW, IS ANOTHER SENIOR wHo HAILs Enom CENTERMDRELAND GEORGE TAKES THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS CouRsE H IS UNDEGIDED ABOUT HIS FUTURE Goon Lucx TO vou GEORGE ALICE HARDING LICEH EATONVILLE ALICE IS AN ATTRACTIVE COMMERCIAL STUDENT WHO WILL MAKE ARE FAVORITE HOBBIES OF ALICEIS THE SENIOR CLASS WISHES YOU LUCK THOUGH WEIRE CONFIDENT THAT WITH YOUR ABILITY AND PER SONALITW You WON'T NEED IT WALTER HARRIS ALTERN DIXON ALTER IS A NEVCOMER TO oUR CLASS THIS YEAR H IS T K ING THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE AND HOPES TO BECOME A MECHAN THE BEST THAT LIFE HAS TO OFFER TO YOU, WALTER BETTY HERMAN nBETTYn or EVERYTHING, BETTY BETSY HEWITT ASSET TO HER. Clase of '47 hh -:Y IUNKHANNOCK BETTY IS ONE OF THE QUIET, BUT WELL LIKED MEMBERS OF THE CLASS SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE HOME Ec COURSE AND PLANS TO ENTER A NURSING CAREER SOON WITH HER QUIET WAYS AND EXCESS SUPPLY OF PATIENCE, WE KNOW SHE WILL COME OUT ON TOP BEST BETSV TUNKHANNOCK BETSY IS ENROLLED IN THE AGADENIG COURSE AND IS INTO EV ER THING, ALTHOUGH SHE IS VERY QUIET Annuv I ONE OF HER FAVORI E HOBBIES IS SQUARE DANCING. BETSY PLANS TO ATTEND . I. ScHooL IN wAsHINGToN. HER QUIET ABILITY WILL BE AN HG U II A AN EFFICIENT STENDGRARHER. SQUARE DANCING AND ROLLERSKATING al A I II W I W - I: . E A - Ic. . , .q P . ' Il Il Y I' Class of '47 'bv 'Wh KN Wi? HHELEN DOROTHY HONTZ DOT TUNKHANNOCK DOT, THE TALLEST FEMALE MEMBER OF OUR CLASS EXCELS IN BASKETBALL AND GETTING INTO TROUBLE SHE POSSESSES A GREAT CURIOSITY WHICH NEVER SEEMS TO BE SATISFIED ALTHOUGH DOT IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE SHE ASPIRES TO A CAREER AS A MODEL HEREIS WISHING YOU SUCCESS AND MUCH HAPPINESS IN THE FUTURE FLORENCE JACKSON FLOSSIE CENTERMORELAND FLOSSIE COMES FROM CENTERMORELAND HER MAIN HOBBIES ARE DANCING, SKATING, AND KEEPING THE BOYS GUESSING FLOSSIE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND EXPECTS TO CONTINUE IN THAT FIELD MAY SUCCESS BE WITH YOU, FLOSSIE BRUCE JOYNER BRUCE DARK HOLLOW UCE IS ONE OF THE FARMERS OF TPE CLASS WHENEVER THERE IS A FARM QUESTION TO BE ANSWErED, BRUCE IS ON THE JOB HE EXPECTS TO GO TO COLLEGE AND THEN TO SETTLE ON HIS FARM WITH YOUR GREAT AMBITION D ABILITN TO GET AHEAD YOU A BOUND TO SUCCEED QRUCE HELEN JURISTA EATONVILLE ELEN IS ANOTHER HOME EC GIRL S A DECIDED 173s TEREST IN SQUARE DANCING AND IS GOOD AT ANY SPORT ON THE GYM FLOOR OR ATHLETIC FIELD HELEN IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE BUT WITH HER NEATNESS AND PLEASANT SMILE HER SUCCESS AS A HOME MAKER IS ASSURED DELLA' SUGAR HOLLOW IF vou THINK vou ARE SEEING DOUBLE DONIT BE ALARMED I IS ONLY DELLA ACCOMPANIED av HER SIJTER, STELLA SHE EXCELS IN DANCING AND HOME EC WORK DELLA ASPIRES TO BE A BEAU TICIAN H HER ABILITY IN T FIELD HER SUCCESS IS AS SUREU DELLA KEITHLINE KEN It I I II II I Ns I I . I, ' oWr G A A II II I nn' 1 - No I ' O ,M, 5 U H I Q an-4 X W BR I , M nI3 g'If ' - ' - 7 . ,r,.,," 'I . AN ' RE ' ' ' VFTFff AfHmRwI AIAA ..II. Q SGHRGQHM .1 II Nrg H . . HE HAS IN- MO ' ' l n I , . T . WIT I I HAT , - Class Of '47 STELLA KEITHLINE STELLA SUGAR HOLLOW WHEN vou HEAR A MELODIOUS voIcE AND A CHEERY NGOOD MORN INGH YOU KNOW STELLA IS AROUND L KE HER TWIN, DELLA, HER HOBBIES ARE SINGING AND DANCING STELLA IS ENROLLED IN THE .qggy HOME EC COURSE NITH YOUR PATIENT AND CHEERY WAYS,WE KNOW SUCCESS WILL BE YOURS MARION KLIMAS MARION KEELERSBURG MARION IS AN OUTSTANDING COMMERCIAL STUDENT WHOSE MAIN HOBBY IS ROLLER SKATING SHE PLANS TO STUDY MODELING AND HER TALL FIOURE AND GRACEFUL WAYS WILL GUARANTEE HER ENTRY INTO THAT FIELD THE CLASS WISHES YOU MUCH SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS, MARION HOwARD LANE HOWARD DIXON HOWARD IS AN EASY GOING FELLOW wHo IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE HIS FAVORITE SPORT IS FOOTBALL AND IN THIS HE HAS BEEN OUT STANDING HOWARD IS UNCERTAIN ABOUT HIS FUTURE, BUT AT PRESENT IS THINKING OF ENTERING SOME BRANCH OF THE ARMED SERVICE GOOD LUCK TO YOU, HOWARD ANNABELLE LUNGER ANNABELLE RUSSELL HILL ANNABELLE JOINED OUR HAPPY MIDST s v R AND HAS vED TO BE A REAL ULIVE wIRE' HER HOME EC TRAINING WILL PROVE VALUABLE IV HER FUTURE CAREER OF MAKING A HAPPY HOME THERE ARE NO LIKELY PROSPECTS AS YET, BUT wc ARE ALL CONFI DENT OF HER SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS IN THE FUTURE AMANDA MASON AMANDA LEMON AMANDA IS AN ATTRACTIVE HOME EC SENIOR wHo HAS ADDED MUCH TO THE COURSE SHE INTENDS TO GO TO COLLEGE IN ORDER TO QUALIFY AS A HOME ECONOMIC'S TEACHER HER HOBBIES ARE SKAT ING AND HORSE BACK RIDING HER PLEASING PERsONALITv ASSURES HER SUCCESS ll Il . 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' qgfxx I ll Il , - ao- f II Il THI EA PRO ', , ll Il Wav - ' ' I Class of '47 HOPE MILLER 'HOPEH TUNKHANNOCK HOPE IS AN ACADEMIC STUDENT AND VERY HELPFUL TO THE CLASS SHE IS ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE GIRLS THAT LOVE TO SQUARE DANCE HOPE HAS DEFINITELY MADE UP HER D TO BE A TICIAN AND EXPECTS TO GO TO SCHOOL IN PHILADELPHIA WITH HER EFFICIENT HANDS AND BRILLIANT MIND SHE IS SURE TO CARRY THIS DECISION TO COMPLETION AuDREv MINER AUDREY TUNKHANNOCK AUDREY APPEARS TO BE ONE OF THE QUIET MEMBERS OF THE CLAS' BUT THOSE wHo KNOW HER KNOW THAT wHERE THEREIS ExCITE MENT THEREIS AUDREY SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND PLANS TO WORK IN THAT FIELD AUDREYIS HOBBIES ARE DRIVING THE FORD AND SQUARE DANCING WITH HER PLEASANT PER SONALITY, HER SUCCESS IS ASSURED JAMES RAIL JIM RUSSELL HILL JIM IS ANOTHER AGRICULTURE STUDENT HE IS RATHER QUIET UNTIL YOU BEC ME ACQUAINTED WITH HIM AFTER THAT, WATCH OUT' WE APE SURE JIM WILL BE A PROSPEROUS FARMER BECAUSE OF HIS ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE AG COURSE BEVERLY RINKER BEv FREAR HILL " IS THE BRAIN OF THE CLA S SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE AND ExCELS IN SPEAKING FRENCH BEv ExPECTS TO GO T0 COLLEGE AND MAJOR IN THIS SUBJECT SHE HAS BEEN A GREAT HELP TO OUR CLASS SINCE COMING TO US IN THE FRESHMAN YEAR MAY YOU HAVE A SUCCESSFUL CAREER, BEV Nwf MAXINE RINKER MAX FREAR HILL MAX IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE ONE OF HER MAIN HOBBIES IS SINGING, AT wHICH SHE IS vERv GOOD MAX PLANS TO TUDV WORK IN THE MISSIONARY FIELD WITH INDIA A8 H GOAL BEST OF LUCK TO vOU, MAX 18 I . MIN MOR- II II 5 3 , 1 M4 , I - n u X I I I . . A I ,IIE f A XP' 4 II II 1 BEV S . ggi, II II S AND , ER NJACKU TUNKHANNOCK JACK ROSS Class ,47 JACK IS ONE OF THE CLASSIS OUT-STANDING ATHLETES, WHEN- EVER TI-'FRE IS A BALL GAME GOING ON, JACK IS THERE. HE IS A COMMERCIAL STUDENT TO WHOM WE WISH THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. Winan- MERLE SAYLOR nMERLEn TUNKHANNOCK MERLE RETURNED TO SCHOOL AFTER SPENDING SOME TIME IN THE NAVY, HE IS TAKING THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE. MERLE CAN SUALLY BE FOUND IN THE BOWLING ALLEYS BECAUSE BOWLING IS ONE U INTERESTS, WE WISH YOU LOTS OF LUCK IN THE H or HIS CHIEF FUTURE, MERLE. JEAN SHAW SOHNUSKI TUNKHANNOOK JEAN, A GIGGLY, FUN LOVING MEMBER OF OUR CLASS IS ROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE SHE ENJOYS DANCING AND DIS COURAGING THE WHISTLES OF HER MALE ACQUAINTANCES KEEP GIG an GLING, JEAN, AND SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS IN THE COMMERCIAL FIELD IS YOURS BETTY SHIFFER SHIFFER SHUPD HILL SHIFFER IS A CHEERFUL COMMERCIAL STUDENT WHEN THERE IS ANY KIND OF EXCITEWENT BETTY CAN ALWAYS FOUND ,N MIDDLE OF IT HER FAVORITE HOBBIES ARE ROLLER SKATING AT FALLS AND LOOKING FOR SOMETHING NEw IN THE STAG LINE WITH YOUR PLEASANT AND PERSUASIVE WAY, YOU WILL GO SKATING THROUGH LIFE MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS, BETTY RICHARD SHOEMAKER SHOOIE TUNKHANNOCK 'W SHOOIE AN ARDENT ATHLETE AND POPULAR FELLOW OF THE CLASS IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE DICK WAS CAPTAIN OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM AND LIvED UP T0 THAT POSITION THIS SEASON HE EXPECTS T0 ENTER COLLEGE SOON WITH YOUR PER SONALITY AND SCHOLASTIC STANDING, You ARE SURE TO SUCCEED IN .Sf 'ff Lg 9 n u EN- D -' . Bi . A Nur N n QQ! B E T H E ' a ffgg ' , u n If - - 55, E v E R YT I-I I N G , D I c K , 5R?S?I QSXQQER W' EELS -EWXSTPE ' 1 Class of JEAN SNOVER 'JEANN TUNKHANNOCK J N IS ONE F THE QUIETER MEMBERS OF THE COMMERCIAL COURSE SHE LIKES TO DANCE AND IS ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING ARTISTS OF OUR CLASS HER PLANS FOR THE FUTURE ARE TO WORK IN THE COMMERCIAL FIELD WITH HER NEATNESS IN APPEARANCE AND EFFICIENCY IN THIS TYPE OF WORK, SHE WILL BE AN ASSET TO ANY BUSINESS ARTHUR SQUIER ART RUSSELL HILL A vERv LIKEASLE FELLOW IS ART HE APPEARS TO BE A QUIET CHAP DUT DON'T LET HIS APPEARANCE FOOL You HE IS ENROLLED IN THE AGRICULTURE COURSE AND PLANS BE A FARM MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS, ART ROBERT STATNICK BOB CENTERMORELAND INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE Boa IS A vERv ARDENT BASEBALL FAN AND HE REALLY KNOWS HIS TEAMS H IS UNDEOIDED ABOUT HIS FUTURE THE BEST or EVERYTHING T0 vou IN WHATEVER You cHoOSE TO DO, Boa MARTHA STEVENS MARTHA DIXON MARTHA WHO IS ENROLLED IN THE HOME ECONOMICS COURSE, COMES FROM DIXON SHE IS ALWAYS WILLING T0 LEND A HELPING HAND wHENEvER HER ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED MARTHA IS UNDEOIDED AS T0 HER FUTURE wonx THE SENIOR CLASS EXTENDS ITS SINDERE REST wIsHEs FOR A HAPPY LIFE AHEAD IRENE STONIER 'RENIE LAKE CAREY IRENE I8 A SERIOUS MINDED COMMERCIAL STUDENT WHEREVER THERE IS A coMa FLYING THRU SOMEONE'S HAIR YOU'LL SEE IRENE BEHIND IT SHE EXPECTS T0 BE A SEAUTIDIAN AND WITH HER ASIL Irv AND PRACTICE SHE IS BOUND TO sUccEED GOOD LUCK IN vOUR FUTURE OAREER, RENIE 20 I ' I I EA O I1 II TO ER. II ll BOB HAILS FROM CENTERMORELAND. HE IS ENROLLED IN THE . E Il II I ll H MW I QW? 0-' Hippy Class of CH I ,lVJj7l,Unf""!sjIAIIev STAOME 47 i?1njfNCY TUNKHANNOCK NANCY IS AN OUTSTANDING BASKETBALL PLAYER IN OUR CLASS SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE AND EXPECTS TO GO TO COLLEGE TO SPECIALIZE IN JOURNALISM HER HOBBIES ARE DANCING AND SKATING WE WANT TO WISH YOU EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD IN YOUR FUTURE CAREER, NANCY SYLVANIA SUPECK SYLVANIA RUSSELL HILL THE CCMMERCIAL DEPT JUST woULDN'T ORERATE wITHouT SYLVANIAIS wILLINc AND ABLE ASSISTANCE HER QUIET AND SIN CERE MANNER MAKE HER WELL LIKED av ALL wHo CCME IN CONTACT WITH HER SHE ENJOYS DOING A DIVERSE NUMBER or THINGS, BUT J HAS NO SPECIAL HOBBIES SVLVANIA HODES TO ACQUIRE A SECRE TARIAL POSITION THE BEST or EVERYTHING, SYLVANIA NARGUERITE SWEET MARGIE SHUPP HILL RGIE CAME TO US IN OUR JUNIOR YEAR AND HAS MADE NAME FOR HERSELF AS BEING THE NOI EST AND MOST GIGGLY GIRL IN ROOM YOUILL KNOW ITIS MARGUERITE SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE WITH MARGUERITEIS ABILITY TO GET ALONG WITH PEOPLE, SHE IS SUHE T0 SUCCEED IN HER FUTURE WORK Allllh. JAMES THOMAS JIM CENTERMORELAND JIM CAME TO US AS A SORHOMORE AND IS A TRUE FRIEND T0 ALL HIS HOBBIES ARE TONY AND TEASING THOUGH RATHER QUIET HE HAS A MAGNETIC RERSCNALITY WHICH IS SURE TO INSURE HIS SUCCESS IN THE ASRIRED FIELD OF RADIO WORK Q65 WILLARD TICE ONK' TUNKHANNOCK WILLARD IS ENROLLED IN THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE A THOUGH RATHER QUIET, WILLARD IS WELL LIKED ev THosE wHo KNOW HIM BEST or LUCK TO You, WILLARD I 7 . NH N n I , ia . is' I . , pf u n MA A S , OUR CLASS, WHENEVER YOU HEAR A STRONG LAUGH IN FRONT GF THE WH! ' . iiwf' T. , u n I ' - ' I I Il M ' . L- Class nf '47 RUTH TIFFANY HRUTHH SUGAR HOLLOW RUTH IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE AND IS USUALLY INTO SOME SORT OF MISCHIEF SHE IS FULL OF FUN AND AN ALL AROUND SPORT HER PLANS FOR THE FUTURE ARE TO STUDY AND WORK IN THE FIELD OF NURSING WITH HER .IOLLINESS AND GLowING PER SONALITY, SHE IS SURE T0 SUCCEED IN THAT FIELD HELEN VASKAS NHELEN DARK HOLLOW A GAY, CAREFREE MEMBER OF OUR CLASS IS HELEN As FAR AS wE KNOW HER INTERESTS AND HOBBIES ARE UNLIMITED WHERE THEREIS EXCITEMENT AND CONFUSION, HELEN CAN BE FOUND IN THE VICINITY WE WISH YOU MUCH SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS IN VOUR WORK AS A COMPTOMERIST, HELEN CORA WAGNER CORA TUNKHANNOCK CORA IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND ALWAYS LENDS A HELPING HAND WHEN CALLED UPON AFTER LOOKING AT CORA'S LEFT HAND WE KNOW WHAT HER PLANS APE FOR THE FUTURE SHE HAS BEEN A GREAT ASSET TO THE CLASS AND WE WISH HER HAP PINESS AND PROSPERITV IN HER MARRIED LIFE LILLIAN WALL LULU BELLE IS AN OUTSTANDING COMMERCIAL STUDENT AND VERY EFFIGIENT IN THAT FIELD ONE or HER FAVORITE PAST TIMES IS SQUARE DANCING AND, INOIDENTALLY, SHE SELDOM MISSES A DANCE SHE PLANS TO BECOME A COMTOMERIST HER EXCELLENT RECORD IN COMMERCIAL wonx ASSURES HER SUCCESS MAY vou DANCE YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE, LILLIAN REGINA WALL REGINA CENTERMORELAND REGINA IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND THE COM MERCIAL DEPARTMENT WOULDNIT BE THE SAME WITHOUT HER wILLING HELPFULNESS HER HOBBIES ARE SEWING AND MUSIC JOE HAS PLANNED HER FUTURE AND WE wIsH HER MUCH HAPPINESS AS A FUTURE WIFE 'W' 52 I ll 1 0 ll Il . ULULU-BELLEN DIXON I l I ll Il . O ROBERT WALL HwALLy TUNKHANNOCK BOB IS THE SHORTY OF OUR CLASS BUT THAT DOESNIT SIGNIFY THAT HE IS THE MOST QUIET MEMBER WHENEVER THERE IS EXCITB MENT ON MAIN STREET YOU'LL KNOW THAT BOB wILL BE THE FIRST THERE HE IS ENROLLED IN THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE AND EX PECTS TO ENTER THE NAVY ON GRADUATION MAY YOU HAVE THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, WALLY JAMES WELCH POODLE TUNKHANNOCK POODLE IS THE HARRY JAMES OF TUNKHANNOCK, AND IS ENROLL ED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE BESIDES ULAYING THE TRUMDET, E EXCELS IN ATHLETICS POODLE IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HIC FUTURE BU WITH HIS PEPUTATION OF HAVING A NEW GIRL EACH WEEK, E woN'T BE LONELY GOOD LUCK, JIM CHARLES WHITE LINDY TUNKHANNOCK WHENEvER YOU HEAR A CONTINUOUS LINE OF CHATTER YOU MAY RE HE IS NEAR ONE OF OUR VETERANS, LINDY IS TAK ING THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE LINDY IS UNDECIDED ABOUT HIS FUTURE MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS, LINDY, IN wHATEvER FIELD YOU GEORGE WILMARTH Class Of 47 ,wwf 'Env 'N GEORGE LAKE CAREY GEORGE CAME TO US IN OUR FRESHMAN YEAR AND WITHOUT HIS CONSTANT TEASING OUR CLASS JUST WOULDN'T BE THE SAME HE EX .rA, CELS IN SWIMMING AND ANNOYING EVERYBODY AROUND HIM AFTER GEORGE JANE WILSEY EVERYTHING 23 GRADUATION HE INTENDS TO JOIN THE NAVY WE KNOW THAT WITH YOUR AGREEABLE YET BASHFUL WAY YOU WILL GET ALONG ALL RIGHT, JANE LAKE CAREY JANE IS A QUIET AND TIMID PERSON BUT IS ALWAYS READY TO LISTEN TO A GOOD JOKE SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE COMMERCIAL COURSE AND SPENDS HER TIME KEEPING HERSELF NEAT ALTHOUGH JANE IS UNOECIDED ABOUT HER FUTURE, WE WISH HER THE BEST OF 7 ,J . ' 5 , A ' L' K 'Q rgaa,A R I Vff ll I8 , , H - T Nl' T . ' H ll II BE SU . BY. - . wa CHOOSE: FA WM i'fEw x 'I :Sn If Il x ' - I Il yr 15'I - Class of 47 DOLORES WRIGHT DORIE NICHOLSON DORIE IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COURSE S E IS N OTHER ONE OF THE CLASS ARTISTS bHE ENJOYS DANCING AND GET TING INTO MISCHIEF DORIE PLANS TO Co TO COMMERCIAL RT SCHOOL, WHERE wE KNOW SHE WILL BE SURE TO SUCCEED LET'S HOPE SHE FULFUILLS HER PLANS BEFORE TONY GETS HER PAULINE VERNON PAULINE IS ANOTHER ONE OF OUR CENTERMORELANDERS SH IS EXTREMELY QUIET, SO WE DONIT KNOW TOO MUCH ABOUT HER How EVER WE DO KNOW HER HOBBIES ARE SEWING AND DANCING PAULINE IS ENROLLED IN THE HOME EC COURSE SHE IS UNDECIDED AS TO HER FUTURE WE WISH YOU ALL THE HAPPINESS IN THE WORLD PAULINE EH 2 II ll . R A - , A PAULINE WYDA Il II . E , . ' D HISTORY IT WAS IN NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FDRTY THREE THAT WE BEGAN THIS EVENTFUL CLASS HISTORY WITH EVERY INTENTIDN or DOING OUR BEST To FULLY PREPARE oURsELvEs TO MEET LIFE'S TEST OUR FRESHMAN YEAR WAS A MAJOR SUCCESS WE OVERCAME EACH HARDSHIP WITH NE'ER A CRISIS Class of 47 IN MRS STROME'S 8 MR SECHRIST'S wIsE JUDGMENT WE DID coNrIDE AND WITH SOME EFFORT, MANAGED TO PUT CHILDISH THINGS AQIOE OUR SODHOMORE YEAR ESTABLISHED OUR SCHOOL WIDE FAME WE LOST SOME STUDENTS AND GAINED SOME NEW OUR GOOD TIMES CONVINCED US THAT IN SCHOOL ALL SKIES ARE As JOLLY JUNIDRS, WE WERE vERv wELL NAMED, WE BROUGHT NOTHING TO T H S BUT HONOR AND FAME WITH THE MISSES CARTER 8 LENAHAN AS ouR GUIDING LIGHT WE CAME THRU wITH FLYING COLORS, UNMARRED AND BRIGHT THIS YEAR AS sENIoRs WE sHIRxED NOW AND THEN WUCH TO THE DISTRESS or ALL INCLUDING MR HALDEMAN BUT NOW THAT IT'S OVER WE ALL AGREE IT's FAR THE BEST YEAR SINCE 'lI3 5 BLUE ! 9 MRS. BUNNELL 8 MR, PLUTO HELPED US EACH GOAL TO ATTAIN. P 9 9 , , , r C Class of 47 CL SS II ILL JOHN ANIOSH, WILL MY BEAUTIFUL DEEP IIAvEs LTHAT TAKE ME AN HOUR TO SET EvERY NIGHT, TO DOLORES LEE FAMOUS SAYING HWHADDYA KNOW, BABETH F F BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, BOYS CHORUS, SR DRAMATICS, BASEBALL I HUGH ARBUCKLE, WILL MY VARIETY OF TIES T0 DICK DIXON AMOUS SAYING H BLIM PALMER CERT , IRPLANE NODELING I BOYS HOME EC Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE NEWSPAPER, SR DRAMATICS, MIXED CHORUS, OPERETTA 2, ASSEMBLY, CHAIRMAN OF CHRISTMAS DANCE I ARTHUR BALL, WILL MY MANLY HANDS TO ALBERT VOSBURG FAMOUS SAYING HUH M BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 2 BASEBALL 2 CARL Bw LL MY BASHFULNESS BUT ABILITY TO GET AROUND TO WILLIAM VALENT NE FAMOUS SAYING .HERE IS ARION TONIGHTTH BIBLE STUDY CERTIFIC TE 2 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL JR SPORTS SPREE FAMOUS SAYING HWHERE CAN FIN E A MA BIBLE QTUDY CERTIFICATE 3 GIRLS SHOP 2 MODEL PLANE BUILDING, HOME C AMATIOS 2 TRI HI ART I LEOLA BROWN WILL MY TECHNIQUE OF SCRAPINO FENDERS OF NEW CARS TO DORIS KESTER FAMOUS SAYING IT lS????7? BLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 GIRLS SHOP 2 TYPING, F H I VARJORIE BUCKINGHAM, WILL MY QUIET, BUT COME HITHEH LOOK TO OLA MAE NONTROSS FAMOUS SAYING SHOW ME How U BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 TRI HI Y ASSEMBLY PROGRAM HOME EC I ELWOOD CAREY, WILL MY EAR FOR MUSIC TO WILLIAM WHITE FAMOUS SAYING OW WAIT A MINUTE PALMER CERTIFICATE LGOLD PIN, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 NEWSPAPER 2 SIGNAL CORP MAP READING, MODEL AIRPLANE BUILDING, HOMEROOM CHAIRMAN, JR HI Y NSEC , NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, JR HI Y JR DRAMATICS, SR DRAMATICS 2 MIXED CHORUS 3 OPERETTA Z MANAGER OF MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN, BAND 6 P T A CITl7ENSHIP AWARD, RESPONSE TO MANTLE ORATION 26 1 I M I I L . . A., . . , . F : II x I PII , A I , , ,, HI- 2, , , . . Il I Il HI-Y, F, F, A, , , . I, IICE, WI , I I , : HW M F. F. A. 4, T- , , . . I, DOROTHYfBROBST, WILL MY ABILITY TO LOOK PERFECT AT ALL TIMES TO GLADYS AYRE. : I D M N?n C , , I E . 2, SR. CR , - -Y 2, , 1 1 1 P : Il ? T ll BI , . ' , , , A, 1 ' ' A I - 4 Il 1 " " 1 1 ' , . A : II N I . Il 1 I 5 ' . - 1 - . , I , I I , . . . , I ' Class of 47 I CLARENCE CARTER, wILL MY ABILITY TO SKIP SCHOOL WITHOUT GETTING CAUGHT T0 DUANE ABRAMS FAMOUS SAYING HELLO KIDDO' DRAMATICS 2 BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, J V ASKETBALL 2, IMGR J HI 2 OOT BALL, NIXED CHORUS, OPERETTA ELSIE COLBENSON, WILL JUST PART OF MY BRAINS TO GIFFORD SANDS ll w THEM ALL TO YOU, BUT THEY WOULD WEIGHT YOUR HEAD DOWN TOO MUCHI FAMOUS SAYING Ow SHOULD I KNOWV SPELLING B CITIZENSHIP AMARD PALMER CERTIFICATE I LD P NJ, B 6 H RSIVC, FARMERETTES, TRI HI Y PRES 3 HOME EC ISHS, SCIENCE, NEWSPAPER 2 GIRL BASKETBALL QEMBLEMJ SR DRAMATICS IEMBLEMD P T A , HOMEROOM CHAIRMAN I DOROTHY CRAGLE WILL MY LOVE TO KEEP MY MOUTH GOING CONSTANTLY EITHER BV TALKING OR CHEWING GUM TO MARGARET JURISTA AND BETTY AYERS FAMOUS SAYING PATHETIC AIN I T' GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB 2 HOME EC MIXED CHORUS, NEWSPAPER QTREAS J GIRLS BASKETBALL VEARBOOK I BARBAPA UAILEY, WILL MY LOVE FOR MY MOM TO DONALD ELLSAORTH PALMER CERTIFICATE IGOLD PINP, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE HOME NURSING, FARMERETTES IRLS SHOP, BASKETBALL, B ND 2 JR DRAMATICS, IRLS CHORUS 2 DRAMATICS OPERETTA ART CLUB YEARBOOK IASST ART EDITOR, 7 i I, ANTHONY DEANGELO, WILL MY ABILITY TO MAKE THE GIRLS SWOON TO JOHN KOZAK FAMOUS SAYING H F COURSE, IT S THEIR OWN BUSINESS I BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 2 OPERETTA, BOYS SHOP, TRACK 2, ASSEMBLY PROGRAM SR DRAM QPRES I BOYS CHORUS I DORIS DECKER, WILL MY LOVE FOR YELLOW AND RED SHIRTS TO PHYLLIS MOYLF FAMOUS SAYING HOLY Cow H N PAPER, I JAMES DICKSON, wILL MY LOW, DEEP VOICE AND LOV ICR TEASING GIRLSTO ANDY JURISTA FAMOUS SAYING UGO OUT IN THE BARNYARD AND YOU'LL FIND IT BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 HI Y MIXED CHORUS 2 OPERETTA, V BASKETBALL, DRAMATICS, NEWSPAPER, STAGE MGR , YEARBOOK , CHARLES DIx, WILL MY ABILITY TO LOOK INTO ALL THINGS FOR TRUE FACTS T0 JOSEPH PAULAUSKI FAMOUS SAYING 'GOODY' GOODY' GUM DROPS ' BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 LANGUAGE CLUB, QTREAS I BOYS HOME EC OPERETTA 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, LIBRARY CLUB QTREAS ACTIVITIES COUNCIL, P T PLAY, HOMEROOM PROGRAM, PHOTOGRAPHY E7 9 1 J : Il ! .I SR, , O . B o 9 'Y g F " H . 'D ILL : NH ' , I , GO I . S. C. , OME NU I . , - - .J , . , S , . , . . . . I 7 : H 'T T ' .1 , 0, ' . , , I ' ' ' FAMOUS SAYING: UI SKATED WITH HIM LAST NIGHTIIEEU . , , G A , . G , SR, : O ' O . 1 9 - P 1 1 2' : ll ll TRI- I-Y, EWS F. H. A, Y a I II 9 ' 1 S 1 J- - SR. I g I I ll . . ... , HI-Y , , , , .I, . .A. Class of 47 LEWIS DRIKE, WILL MY SILVER STREAK AND STETSON HAT TO FRANCI' LATOSEK AMOUS SAYING NY CAR DOESN' RUN SO GOOD H BOYS SHOP QEMBLEVJ BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 MIXED CHORUS, BAND PHOTOGRAPHY I ROBERT DUNN, WILL MY BILITY TO HECITE EDUCLTICNAL POETRY TO JOHN DOBRINSKI AMOUS SAYING HWHADDYA WANT, EG IN YOUR BEER????V VOLLEYB'lL HOMEROOM CHAIRMAN RESPONSE TO TIGER ORATION, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE U PALMER CERTIFICATE KGOLD PIN B ND, NODEL PLANE BUILDING, J V BASKETBA ,NEwS PAPER, V BASKETBALL 2 KLETTER , TRACK U NLETTERD, VIXED CHORUS, JR DRAMATICS, HI P ES FOOTBALL 3 QWGR DRAMATICS, MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN, JR SPORTS SPREE JOHN HALDEMAN AwARD I HERBERT DYMOND WILL MY ABILITY TO SLEEP IN CHEMIS RY CLASS TO DON CLARK FAMOUS SAYING LL BE THE BLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 BOYS' HOME EC , J H AIR SCOUTS , CONNIE EGL SK WILL MY L E TG TEASE OTHERS T JUDY GRALLA FAMOUS SAYING YOU CAN MAK ME W ACTIVITIES COUNCIL NEWSPAPER OPERETTA, HJMEROON CHAIRMAN MIxED CHORUS QEMBLEM, BASKETBALL ICA T AND EMBLEMJ SR DRAMAT CS ALICE FARGO VILL MY JITTE ACTIONS AND HITTY REMARKS TO LOIS WILD I FAMOUS SAYING! HLET ME SEE H BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE H FARMETTEQ GIRLS' SHOP, BASKETBALL, HOME ASSEIBLY PROGRAM NEWSPAPER APMISTICE DAY PROGRAM, YEARBOOK I IDA FELKER, WILL MY NEVER FAILING LOVE FOR THE FARMS TO JOCELYN ROGERS AMOUS SAYING O T KNOW RLS' ATHLETIC 3 ME C , KED HORUQ, NEI PAPER BASKETBALL ALBERT FITCH WILL MY LITTLE AUSTIN TO MY BIG BROTH DON FITCH AMOUS SAYING OU LL NEVER CATCH ME JR HI Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE FOOTBALL I GEORGE GARDNER, WILL MY ABILITY TO SPEAK THREE wORDS IN FIVE MINUTES TO GEORGE SCHOONOVER AMOUS SAYING OH You JUG HEAD, YOU ' FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL BASEBALL, SR DRAMATICS, HI Y QVICE PRES D MIKED CHORUS 28 1 I, . . . U . F : HI T . ' I B I ' 1 A B ' - F : ' G ' ' X ' 1 I ' R P . A A A . . - LL ' 3 I. . -Y . , , . AI, I R .J If J, SR. . , D D V T ' ' : Illl RE ll BI , . R. I-Y, . I I I, OV L O . : ll OT E. HOME NURSING, TRI-HI-Y U, GIRLS CHORUS 3, JR. DRAMATICS, ASSEMBLY PROGRAM, I L D C 1 A l ' 1 P . . I . I, I RY I I O SON, v S1 EC-9 I , , . , , . 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Class of 47 I RALPH GIBERSON, WILL MY MANLY PHYSIQUE AND ABILITY TO PLAY FOOTBALL TO RALPH COOK FAMOUS SAYING HWHAT ARE YA DOIN TONIGHT MAx?N BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 PALMER CERT BAND, SHOP, FOOTBALL QMGR Dt V BASKETBALL ETTERJ JP Y B SEBALL J V BASKETBALL 2 TRACK, JR SPORTS SPREE I GEORGE GOBLE, WILL MY ABILITY TO POLISH APPLES TO CHARLES STEVENS FAMOUS SAYING GEE WHlZ'n ALICE HAR'lNG, WILL MY BEAUTIFUL PROFILE TO WORTHY DRAKE QKEEP THAT CHIN UP FAMOUS SAYING OH HONESTLY JR DRAMATICS, TRI HI Y R SURGICAL DRESSING, NAJORETTE, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE NEWSPAPER, MIXED CHORUS 2 ASSEMBLY, SR DRAMATICS QTREAS I YEARBOOK I WALTER HARPIS WILL MY TWELVE YEAR OLD LOOK TO JAMES BRODY AMOUS SAYING OH YOU'RE CRAZY' I BETTY HERMAN, WILL MY POSITION ON THE BASKETBALL TEAM TO ALTA WEAVER FAMOUS SAYING USHE MAKES ME SO MAD FARMERETTES, GIRLS' SHOP, HOME NURSING BAQKETBALL, NEISPAPER JR HOME EC I BETSY HEWITT WILL MY TREMBLING VOICE AND QUIET MANNER TO HELEN BENNETT FAMOUS SAYING E'VE GOT LOTS OF T PALMER CERTIFICATE NEWSPAPER, HOME NURSING ASSEMBLY, H PRE J DRAMATICS, SR DRAMATICS, GIRLS CHORUS 2 NIXED CHORUS 2, BIBLE DTUDY CERTIFI O TE BAND, ART, GIRLS' BASKETBALL LCAPT AND ENBLEMD, YEARBOOK I DOT HONTZ WILL MY SLIM FIGURE AND LONG LEGS TO PATTY LINCOLN AND NAOMI ANDERSON FAMOUS SAYING YOU BEAST BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, FIRST AIC, HOME NURSING, BASKETBALL ASSEMBLY, HOME LC TRI HI Y, GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB KAWARDB SR DRAMATI CCIFACE CLUB, NEWSPAPER I, FLORENCE JACKSON, WILL MY PLEASING PERSONALITY TO KATHY SKROVONSKY FAMOUS SAYING OH DON T SAY THAT NEWSPAPER TRI HI V, ASSEMBLY, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, YEARBOOK OPERETTA, GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB :Q 1 P . : , 9 - v ' 1 ' ' 1 I L , .. HI- , AL , . . , . . , . I Il I, - . ' . , .D - ' " 1 ' 21 I 7 . f . 9 V I I ' F . ll ' 1 , 0 , . . ll , i '- 'V 7 ' ' 29 GIRLS' CHORUS, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 2, BAND, SR. DRAMATICS, TRI-HI-Y, F,H, A, ! ' I D ' : HW L IME U , ,L , TRI- I-Y IVICE S,I, R. . - , I ' ' - A , , 1 . , i l 'I ' 1 Il I1 1 F n 7 - - , . :S - I . I : Il I ll .V , " "' Class of 47 I, BRUCE JOYNER, WILL MY ABILITY TO BE ABSENT EVERY OTHER DAY TO GERALD SANDS FAMOUS SAVING WAIT TILL TOMORROW A , R , YS HOP, B HOM DRAMATICS, SR DRAMATICS 2, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 FOOTBALL, BOYS CHORUS, FOOTBALL ASSEMBLY, VOLLEYBALL, INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ICAPT I GYM DEMONSTRATIONS I HELEN JURISTA, WILL MY LOVE TO SQUARE DANCE AND JOB AT THE ICE CREAM BAR TO EDITH CADDEN FAMOUS AYING 'ls THAT GREEN CAu UUT THERE??? ?N GIRLS' HL Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIF CAT 2, HUM E , GIRLS' SHOP ASSEMBL , SR DRAMATICS WE, ELLA AND STELLA KEITHLINE WILL OUR ABILITIES TO KEEP UEODLE GUESSING AND OONFUSED T0 ELIZABETH SALTER AND ESTHER KORS FAMOUS AYING THINK HE'S N C MA IO K NA , WILL MY ABILITY TO TELL JOK W STRAIGHT FACE TO FRANCIS BRUNGES FAMOUS SAYING uI'LL BE UP FOR YOU TONIGHT, HARRY Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICAT 2 GIRLS' ATH CS, A T ES COUNCIL ISEC SR DRAMATICS ASSEMBLY I HOWARD LANE WILL MY ATTRACTION TO THE GIRLS TO JOHN KRAUSE FAMOUS SAYING YOU WANNA GET HUHT7????? FOOTBALL 4 BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 BOYS' SHOP, ACTIVITIES COUNCIL CITIZENSHIP AWARD, J V BASKETBALL YEARBOOK, OPERETTA I ANNABELLE LUNGER WILL MY CROWNING GLORY TO CLAIRE GUREWICH FAMOUS SAYING MOH MY HEAvENs U H A IVICE PRES I NEWSPAB I AMANDA MASON, WILL MY ATHLETIC ABILITY TO ANNETTE LAYAOU FAMOUS SAYING OING SKATING TONIGH GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 HOME EC TYRING, SR DRAMATICS, H BASKETBALL, ASSEMBLY I HOPE MILLER, WILL IO POUNDS OF MY LARO TO IRENE KABOLKA AMOUS SAYING HHEY KIDS, YA KNOW WHAT??????n BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 PALMER CERTIFICATE BAND, MIXED CHORUS IEMBLEM7 ASSEMBLY, JR DRAMATICS, R DRAMATICS, GIRL CHORUS, TRI HI Y ORERETTA, YEARBOOK 30 I : Il I II F.F, , A MA READING Bo S HI-Y 4, ISEC.J, OYS E EC., JR, A ' 7 1 N . , . , I S : . ? AT -'ICS 2, TRI-HI- , I E ' E C. 2, Y F.H.A., . . D I . , . S : HWE I E,U GIRLS' CHORUS, BIBLE STUEV CERTIFICATE 3, GIRLS' ATHLETICS, MIXED CHORUS, F,H,A. I, . 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S' - - , Class of 47 I AUDREY MINER WILL MY POSITION AS RING LEADER T0 PHYLLIS FASSETT AMOUS SAYING T USHT I BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, PALMER CERTIFICATE, BAND, HOME N RSING, TRI HI Y GIR S ATHLETICS, LIBRARY JAM L WILL MY ABILITY TO STAY IN GOOD WITH A TEACHERS TO KENNETH JENKINS FAMOUS SAYING U w, EAT T A 4, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, MILITA DRILL, JR SPORTS SPREE BOYS' SHOP, INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ASSEMBLY I BEVERLY RINKER, WILL MY LOVE TO STAY HOME NIGHTS AND STUDY TO JOSEPHINE BAKER AMOUS SAYING I D vE ASSEMBLY, BIBLE STIDY CERTIFICATE, NEWSPAPER IEMBLEMJ MIXED CHORUS OPERETTA GIRLS' CHORUS, TYPING I MAKINE RINKER, WILL TO JOHN DOBRINSKI MY LOVE FOR A CERTAIN MEMBER IN YOUR FAMILY ASSEMBLY, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE NEWSPAPER IEDITOR IN CHIEF, MIXED CHORUS, OPERETTA, HOMEROOM CHAIRMAN CHEERLEADER IEMBLEM, TYPING I JACK ROSS, WILL MY MANLY CHEST TO JAMES BRODY FAMOUS SAYING L TELL YOU TOMORROW PALMER CERTIFICATE EIBLE DTUDY CERTIFICATE 4 BOYS' SHOP, BAND J V BASKETBALL LETTER, BOYS' HOME EC PRES JR DRAMATICS, SR DRAMATICS, MIXED CHORUS FOOTBALL, VARSITY BASKETBALL, TRACK, VOLLEYBALL BASEBALL I MERLE SAYLOR, WILL MY LOVE FOR HSWEETH THINGS TO DALE CORTWRIG FAMOUS SAYING H ATCH IT WAT T BOYSCOUTS, SPELLING CONTEST QAWARDD, PALMER CERTIFICATE BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE ABC CLUB TRACK MODEL PLANE BUILDING MILITARY DRILL HOMEROOM PROGRAM I I I I I JEAN SHAW WILL MY FIERY TEMPER AND EVER READY ANSWERS TO MARJORIE FITCH FAMOUS SAYING I AS S OOOO HUMILIATED ASSEMBLY 3 TRI HI Y 2, SURGICAL DRESSING, JR DRAMATICS, NEWSPAPER, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 2 CHEERLEADER 2 IEMBLEMJ SR DRAMATICS, YEARBOOK I BETTY SHIFFER, WILL MY POWERFUL BLOW WITH JUST THE PALM OF MY HAND TO CLARA CRAGLE FAMOUS SAYING I'M NOT PROUD R BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, GIRLS' SHOP, ATHLETICS, ASSEMBLY 31 1 I I ' F : HI HO 'D DIE,u U - - , L ' I, ES RAI , LL . : A B I .N JR. HI-Y, F. F. . I RY . ,. , . , . F ' : H ON'T BELIE IT.n V I I I I , . FAMOUS SAYING: WOR, MERCY.n r " ' r I 1 ' , . : NI'L .' I I I ' ' I , .I .I. . . , , . , HT. : W , ' CH I ,H l I I I U : Il W 0 .I 9 ' ' IT 0 I I 0 1 I . ll ll JR, T I-HI-Y, , Class of 47 I DIIK SHOEMAKER, WILL MY RIGHT TO GO TO WILKES BARRE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT TO DICK DIKON FAMOUS SAYING 'WHADDVA MEAN???? PALMER CERTIFICATE BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE N MODEL PLANE, AIR REWARD, NEWSPAPER BASEBALL ALETTERJ FOOTBALL 4 QLETTERJ, OPERETTA, J Y BASKETBALL 2 ILETTERD JR HI V PRES I TRACK ILETTERI, ACTIVITY COUNCIL MIXED CHORUS, VOLLEYBALL INEDALJ S DRAMATICS SPORTS SPREE VARSITY BASKETBALL YEARBOOK IBUSINESS MANAGER, R ! D 7 , JEAN SNOYER, WILL MY ARTISTIC ABILITY AND QUIET WAYS TO JOANN KLIMAS FAMOUS SAYING 'HOW DO YOU KNOW? PALMER CERTIFICATE, BAND, HOME NURSING GIRLS DHOP,FARME ETTES, VAJORETTE, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE JR DRAMATICS, H Y SR DRAMATICS, ART AEMBLEM VEARBOOK KART EDITOR, ARTHUR SQUIER, I L MY HIGH OFFICE IN THE F F A TO ROY ANDER N AMOUS SAYING D T KNOW BAND, BIBLE CERTIFICATE, F F ASSEMBLY, I ROBERT STATNICK WILL MY HUNTING BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE MARTHA STEVENS, Y LL MY ABIL BULLOCK FAMOUS SAYING UNO, YA CAN'T HA E HI Y SURGICAL DRESSING, BIBLE ASSEMWLY, SR DRAMATICS 3 ABILITY TO LAWRENCE SHIPPEY TO BLUSH WHEN CALLED UPON IN CLASS TO GLADYS ANY H CERTIFICATE, GIRLS SHOP, GIRLS ATHLETICS 2 I IRENE STONIER, WILL MY LOVE TO ARGUE TO ERMA REICHER AND ELAINE PHILLIPS FAMOUS SAYING NDC You BLAME ME??W TRI HI Y SURGICAL DRESSING, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE GIRLS SHOP, GIRLS ATHLETICS ASSEMBLY, SR DRAMATICS 2 I NANCY STROME WILL MY SHRILL VOICE FOR SCREAMING AT THE SIGHT OF RUBBER BANDS TO 7 D NADELYN SOLANICK FAMOUS SAVING HSTOP TWISTING MY ASSEMBLY 4, GIRLS CHORUS M MIXED SR DRAMATICS PLAY, SR DRAMATICS BASKETBALL ACADT J OPERETTA 3 I SYLVANIA SUPECK, WILL MY QU ET FAMOUS SAYING SILENCE ARM ORUS 3 TRI HI QSEC I JR DRAMATI , IPRES J MAJORETTE BIBLE STUDY AERTIFICATE A WAY AND LITTLE TRUCK TO EDITH HONTZ TRI HI Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, NEWSPAPER 2 BASKETBALL, ASSEMBLY 32 I , 3 : I Il I I I 9 l D I ' ' I a - 0 , I I O E. . I .n I 9 A ' , , TRI- I- , , J I, VI L . . . SO . F : nl ON' N - .A-r , . FAMOUS SAYING: HTHERE IS ONLY ONE NICE SENIOR GIRL, SHAWZY.n I, II ITY . I : Y . TRI- - , C V , , . . . I " ' I I I . ll , CH ' , - -Y 4, . . Cs . - 0 , V 9 . ,. , I I . : ll . II ' ' 2 r ' Class of '47 I NARGUERITE QWFET, WILL MY HEAVENLY BODY T0 GRACE CARTER FAMOUS SAYING 'DIDN'T GO HOME LAS NIGHT U BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE I, JAMES THOMAS wILL Y SLIM FIGURE TO BOB VALENTINE FAMOUS SAYING MARE YOU KIDDlNG????n F F A , BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, SHOP, AS GLY, ORERETTA 2 JR SPORTS SPREE, SR DRAMATICS WILLARD ICE wILL Y LIKING FOR SCHOOL TO CARL MYERS FAMOUS SAYING HTHAT IS TOUGH LUCK F F A SHOP 2, BASEBALL NILITARY DRILL, BIBLE CERTIFICATE, FOOTBALL I RUTH TIFFANY, WILL MY ABILITY TO LOOK OVER MY SHOULDERS WHEN TAKING A TEST THERESA QUINNAN FAMOUS SAYING HONEST TO PETE GIPLD CHORUS, JR TRI HI Y, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, NEWSPAPER 2, JR DRAMATICS HELEN VASKAS, A LL MY ABIL TO STAND THE FELLOWS Up TO CHARLOTTE GLENWRIGHT AMOUS SAYING L KILL YO ' ASSEMBLY M JR DRAMATIOS, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, TRI HI Y 4 MIXED CHORUS 2 NEWSPAPER 2 ORERETTA 2 SR DRAMATICQ 3 BASKETBALL, YEARBOOK, JR SPORTS SPREE CHRISTMAS DANCE GIRLS CHORUS 2 I, CORA WAGNER WILL MY LILY wHITE HANDS TO MARY JADICK FAMOUS SAYING H H YOU DIDN' 'U JR DRAMATICS, TRI HI Y BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3, ASSEMBLY, SR DRANATICS 3 ACTIYITIES COUNCIL, YEARBOOK, I, LILLIAN WALL, wILL MY GAY AND HAPPY MANNER, ALONG wITH MY ABILITY T0 BE SERIOUS AND HELPFJL WITH MY CLASSMATES TO DAvID JOVNER AMOUS SAYING K SS ME BABY, NOTHING MAKES ME SICK LANGUAGES 2 JR DRAMATICQ, TRI HI Y 3, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 4 SR DRAMATICS NEwSRApER, ASSEMBLY 4 LIBRARY, KVICE PRES J SENIOR GIRLS ATHLETIC, YEARBOOK QTYPISTJ SURGICAL URESSINGS, CHRISTMAS DANCE, SENIOR CLASS PLAY I, REGINA WALL, wILL MY VIEWS ON MATRIMONY TO ESTHER BAKER FAMOUS SAYING IT'S NOT TIME YET TRI HI Y, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, MIXED CHORUS, GIRLS CHORUS, ASSEMBLY 33 , I I. - . : ' T . l M ' cw-H . . . 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U Q - f 0 , F : II ' I 1 ' " ' ' 9 0 r 30 , . : ll H Class of 47 I, ROBERT WALL, WILL MY ABILITY TO WIN AND KEEP FRIENDS TO DONALD ELLSWORTH FAMOUS SAYING Y BOYS SHOP, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH BASKETBALL FOOTBALL QASSISTANT NANAGERJ, TRACK 2 ASSEMBLY, J V BASKETBALL BOYS HOME EC QSEC J JR DRAMATICS, HI Y 4 BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 SCIENCE, SR DRAMATICS 2 ART, AIR SCOUTS YEARBOOK I JAMES WE CH, wILL MY MOTTO UvAR,5TY IS THE SPICE OF LIFEH TO BERNARD GUL A FAMOUS SAYING HERE'S THE GIz???W BAND 2, SIGNAL CORP, NEWSPAPER BASKETBALLM KNANAGER, B SFBALL QASSISTANT MANAGER FOOTBALL 4 MODEL PLANE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH BASKETBALL, BASEBALL 3 FO TBALL 3 BLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 3 HI Y 2 SR DRAMATICS, MIXED CHORUS, TRACK, JR DRAMATICS OPERETTA, STAGE MANAGER, YEARBOOK I CHARLES WHITE WILL MY ABILITY TO PAY ATTENTION IN ENGLISH CLASS TO ARTHUR SMITH AMOUS SAYING EY GIVE ME A PIECE SHOP, BASKETBALL 2 VOLLEYBALL, BASEBALL 3 ALETTER, AUTO CLUB, MILITARY DRILL BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE 2 FOOTBALL QLETTER7 ACTIVITY COUNCIL, HI Y BOYS LHORUS CVICE PRES D I, GEORGE WILMARTH, WILL MY GOUD POSITION ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM IO HOWARD CULVER FAMOUS SAVING YOU GOING OVER THE RIvER??P??U HI Y 2, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, J V BASKETBALL, INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL FOOTBALL VOLLEY BALL JANE AILSEY, wILL MY PLEASING SMILE TO DORIS SICKL FAMOUS SAYING OH DON'T SAY THAT U JR TRl'HI Y, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, GIRLS SHOP, GIRLS ATHLETICS 2 I, DOLORES WRIGHT IILL MY WIDTH AND HEIGHT TO ALICE SCHOONOVER FAMOUS SAYING WHO WHAT WHEN wHERE?f????f?????W GIRLS SHOP, HOME NURSING, NEWSPAPER 2 ASSEMBLY BASKETBALL, FARMERETTES, GIRLS ATHLETICS, GIRLS CHORUS, PHOTOGRAPHY, OPERETTA GUAGES 2 TRI HI Y SR DRAMATICS PAULIME WYOA, WILL MY SEAT IN THE Bus TO GERTRUDE DIXON FAMOUS SAYING MOH SHUT U ' HOME EC GIRLS SHOP, ASSEMBLY, BIBLE STUDY CERTIFICATE, GIRLS ATHLETICS H 34 1 7 : IIHE lltll , I 1 S , - S 1 " , 1 - 1 1 - , L L . 3 IIW I 1 1 ' ' 'N' J 1 1 1 'P 1 BI , . - , . . 1 1 - ' - F : IIH Il It 1 1 A ' X 1 1 1 ' 1 . ll -' " 1 - I 1 1 I, I ER, . ll - " 1 I ,N . . ll f- f 1 3. 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Class Of 47 SEATED IN THE COMFORTABLE LIVING ROOM IN THEIR HOME IN TUNKHANNOCK IN THE YEAR or 1987, WE FIND JIM DICKSON AND HIS EVER LOVING WIFE, THE FORMER ALICE HARDING THEY ARE TALKING OVER A TRIP THEY TOOK 20 YEARS AGO THIS WAS JUST 20 YEARS AFTER THAT NOW FAMOUS AND NOT FORGOTTEN CLASS OF '47 GRADUATES FROM T H S THE DISCUSS ION TAKES THEM BACK 29 YEARS WHEN THEY WERE ON THEIR SECOND HONEYMOON TO CALIFORNIA JIM AND ALICE WERE MARRIED JUST AFTER GRADUATION ON THIS TRIP THEY SAW MANY OF THEIR FORMER CLASSMATES WHO HAVE WON FAME AND FORTUNE THEY MET ON THE TRAIN MANY OF THE ATHLETES OF THE CLASS OF '47 WHO ARE NOW MEMBERS OF THE FAMOUS HENPECK BASEBALL TEAM THEY FOUND STAR PITCHER, ARTIE 'FIREMANU BALL, WHO GOT HIS START TH T S HE WAS CONVERSING WITH OUTFIELDERS, DICK SHOEMAKER AND JACK CHESTY ROSS THEY, WITH THEIR WIVES, MRS SHOEMAKER THE FORMER MISS HOPE MILLER W O S LICENSED MORTICIAN, ALTHOUGH SHE FINDS LIVE MEN MORE INTERESTING THAN DEAD, AND MRS ROSS, THE F RMER ARIAN K MAS, A E TALKING OVER THE GOOD TIMES HAD AT T H THEY WERE DISCUSSING THE SURPRISING MARRIAGE WHICH TOOK PLACE IMMEDIATELY AFTER GRADUATION WHEN HOWARD LANE WOOED AND WON BETSY HEWITT AFTER A BRIEF WEDDING TRIP, HOWARD AND BETSY RETURNED TO EATONVILLE WHERE HOWARD HAD PURCHASED A SMALL CHICKEN FARM ALSO ON THE TRAIN IS CHIEF CONDUCTOR, RALPH GIBERSON, WHO SOON JOINS IN THE CONVERSATION CHIEF CONDUCTOR GIBERSON JUST ANNOUNCED THAT IN THE NEXT CAR IS THE NOW FAMOUS DANCE BAND, THE STARDUSTERS', ON THEIR WAY TO HOLLYWOOD TO TAKE PART IN A MUSICAL IN THIS FAMOUS BAND WE FIND JIM HHOT LIPSH WELCH WHO IS REALLY A WHIZ ON THE TRUMPET ALSO IN THE TRUMPET SECTION WE FIND LOUIE HSILVER STREAKN DRAKE WHO REALLY WOOS THEM WITH HIS SENTIMENTAL TRUMPET IN THE BACKGROUND WE SEE TROMBONE PLAYERS, NICK USWOONERH CARTER AND GEORGE 'DORSEYH WILMARTH, BOTH OF WHOM HAVE MAR RIED TWO OLD CLAQSMATES, THE RINKER SIQTERS, MAx AND BEV, WHO NOW SING WITH THE BAND THEY ARE SEATFD WITH BANDLEADER, ELWOOD CAREY ELWOOD HAS WON THE ADMIRATION OF MANY PEOPLE WITH HIS LEADERSHIP ABILITY IN THE RHYTHM SECTION WE FIND BOS DUNN, THE DRUMMER, WHO HAS RISEN TO NATIONWIDE FAME DUNNIE IS NOW HARFIED TO THE FORMER ITION, HE HAS TAKEN OVER BARTRONS TOGGERY AND HAS SEVERAL FORMER CLPSSMATES WORKING HIM AMONG THEM WE FIND JIM THOMAS AND GEORGE GARDNER GEORGE, LONG THE CASANOVA OF TUNK, HAS FINALLY SETTLED DOWN WITH FLOSSIE JACKSON UPON GRADUATION FLOSSIE BECAME A MODEL BUT RETIRED AFTER WINNING GEORGE THE TRAIN THEN ENTEPED THE BEAUTIFUL CITY OF HOLLYWOOD JIM AND ALICE WERE MET BY THE MAYOR, ARTIE SQUIER, AND CHIEF OF POLICE, CARL BOICE THESE BOYS HAD SETTLED DOWN TO BE FARMERS BUT THE LURE OF CITY LIFE TOOK THEM AWAY O THE MAY TO THE CITY HALL JIM AND ALICE PASSED THE BROWN DERBY G NG S EE FOR MINUTE THEY SAW THE ROCKETTES, DOT BROBST, ALICE FARGO, HELEN JURISTA AND BETTY SHIFFER LED BY NARGUERITE SWEET T S FAMOUS DANCING ACT HAS JUST FINISH O A TOUR OF ALL MAJOR CITIES THEY ALSO DISCOVER THAT THE BROWN DERBY IQ NOW OWNED BY WILLARD TICE AND AB FITCH THESE MEN, AFTER MANY YEARS OF HARD WORK AND TRUE ENDEAVOR, HAVE REACHED THE PEAK OF SUCCESS WILLARD AND AB ARE VERY FORTUNATE IN HAVING QUCH FINE ENTERTAIN ERS IN THE KITCHEN THE HEAD CHEF, BRUCE JOYNER, COULD BE FOUND HE IS FAMOUS FOR HIS FINE COOKING H S ABLE ASSISTANTS ARE PAULINE WYDA, HUTH TIFFANY AND OT CRAGLE IN THE HAT CHECK BOOTH THEY FIND FORMER CLASSMATES, HHUBBA HUBBAH VASKAS, AND LEOLA BROWN THE CIGARETTE GIRLS IN THIS FAMOUS ESTABLISHMENT ARE LILLIAN WALL, AUDREY MINER AND DOLORES WRIGHT DURING OFF HOURS THESE GIRLS ARE PROPRIETORS OF THE FAMOUS DANCE HALL SPECIALIZING IN THE EASTERN STYLE OF SQUARE DANCING NOW JIM AND ALICE MOVE ON TO ONE OF THE MOVIE SETS WHERE THEY FIND A PICTURE IN THE MAKING CAST IN THE LEADING ROLES ARE TONY CEANGELO, WHO HAS TAKEN THE PLACE OF THE IMMORTAL RUDOLPH VALENTINO, THE SCREENS GREATEST LOVER IUNTIL DEANGELOJ AND JEAN SHAW, THE BETTY GRASLE OF TODAY ALSO IN THE PICTURE ARE GUNMAN,CHARLES DIx, AND HERBIE DYMOND THESE MEN ARE KNOWN AS THE TOUGHEST SOYS IN THE MOVIES IN THE SUPPORTING CAST ARE SUCH FINE ACTORS AS GEORGE GOBLE AND ROBERT STATNICK, NOT T0 MENTION ANNABELLE LUNGER AND DOROTHY HSTRETCHU HONTZ WITH THIS FINE CAST THE PICT URE WAS A GREAT SUCCESS ON THE NEXT SET A MUSICAL COMEDY IS IN THE MAKING STARRING THE FAMOUS SISTERS DELLA AND STELLA KEITHLINE THESE GIRLS ARE NOT ONLY TALENTED SlNGERb BUT THEIR DANCING IS THE BEST STARRING WITH THEM IS HALTER HARRIS, A NOW FAMOUS BANDLEADER WE ALSO FIND ON THE SET JOHN ANTOSH STRUMMING HIS GUITAR AND SINGING SOME OF THE FOLK SONGS WHICH MADE HIM FAMOUS THE STORY, WHICH WAS WRITTEN BY PLAYWRIGHT BOB WALL, TELLS OF A TALENTED MUSICAL FAMILY FROM THE HILLS OF TENNESSEE THE TWO GIRLS ARE LURED TO THE BIG CITY BY BANDLEADER, WALTER HARRIS AFTER HAVING GREAT DIFFI CULTIES, THE GIRLS DECIDE THAT, IN PREFERENCE T0 THE GAY TIMES OF THE BIG CITY, THEY WOULD RATHER BE AT THEIR QUIET HOME IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS COMEDY PROMISES T0 BE ONE OF THE BEST OF THE SEASON ITS AUTHOR BOB WALL, WON THE ACADEMY AWARD LAST YEAR FOR HIS FINE WORK ON THE MOVIE LOT IT IS NECESSARY T0 HAVE MANY MAKE UP ARTISTS AMONG THE NOST FAMOUS ARE JEAN SNOVER AND IRENE STONIER EY ARE ABLY ASSISTED BY ELSIE HCOSH COLBENSON AND MARGIE BUCKINGHAM. THESE GIRLS ARE WITHOUT A DOUBT, THE GREATEST MAKE 35 Y ' I wit H ' u n . , ' I I , H I O M LI R , , S, ' u I , 1 . . d NANCY STROME WHO IS EDITOR OF ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR MAGAZINES OF OUR DAY. IN ADD- FOR . . , N I . OI' IN I I A I , HI ' E ' . I ' D I . TH Class of 47 UP ARTISTS EVER SEEN ON THE MOVIE LOT THIS CONCLUDED JIM AND ALICE'S VISIT TO THE MOVIE LOT FROM THERE THEY WENT TO THE RACE TRACK THIS TRACK IS OWNED BY NONE OTHER THAN BARBARA DAILEY AND DORIS DECKER THESE GIRLS HAVE MADE A FORTUNE IN THE RACING BUSINESS THEY HAVE WORKING FOR THEM MANY OF THE NATIONS TOP FLIGHT JOCKEYS THE MOST FAMOUS OF THESE IS JAMES RAIL WHO THIS YEAR RODE STARLIGHT IN THE SANTA ANITA HANDICAP WITH JAMES IN THE SADDLE, STARLIGHT WON HANDILV BY A LENGTH AND THREE QUARTERS IN THE STANDS OF THIS FAMOUS RACE TRACK IS JAMES' WIFE CONNIE EGLISKI WHO IS VACATIONING FROM HER REGULAR NURSING DUTIES AT CALIFORNIA'S LARGEST HOSPITAL WITH HER ARE CORA WAGNER, AMANDA MASON, AND BETTY HERMAN, WHO ARE ALSO NURSES AT THE SAME HOSPITAL THESE GIRLS HAVE CONTRIBUTED A GREAT DEAL TO MEDICAL SCIENCE, AND DESERVE RECOGNITION FOR THEIR EFFORTS AFTER SPENDING A VERY ENJOYABLE MORNING AT THE TRACK ALICE ACCEPTS AN INVITAT ION FROM REGINA WALL TO VISIT HER EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY SALON ON ARRIVING THERE ALICE WILSEY WHO IS RECEPTIONIST AFTER A BRIEF CHAT, ALICE MOVES ON TO THE INTERIOR BUILDING WHERE SHE FINDS IDA FELKER, MARTHA STEVENS, AND SYLVANIA SUPECK WHO ARE ALL KN WN FOR THEIR ORIGINALITY IN HAIR STYLING THESE GIRLS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL HAIR STYLING OF ALL THE HOLLYWOOD STARS THIS BEAUTY SALON IS BY FAR THE FINEST ONE WEST OF TUNKHANNOCK J M HAS, IN THE MEANTIME, LOOKED UP HIS OLD BUDUIES CHARLIE WHITE AND MERLE SAYLOR THESE BOYS NOW OWN THE LARGEST SHIPPING BUSINESS ON THE WEST COAST FOR VHICH THEY ARE FAMOUS THE WORLD OVER BOTH BOYS UPON GRADUATING ENLISTED IN THE MARITIME SERVICE AND ROSE TO THEIR PRESENT POSITION THROUGH THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF NAUTICAL AFFAIRS AFTER SPENDING A VERY ENJOYABLE DAY JIM AND ALICE MET AT THE STATION AND PRE PARED TO BOARD THE TRAIN FOR THE LONG JOURNEY BACK EAST THIS CONCLUDED THEIR TRIP AND WITH GRIEF THEY BID A SAD FAREWELL TO ALL THEIR FORMER CLASSMATES FOR YEARS JIM AND ALICE HAVE LOOKED BACK ON THE TRIP WITH THE VERY FONDEST OF MEMORIES, AS DO ALL THEIR FORMER OLASSMATES 36 1 I 1 ENCOUNTERS SOME MORE OF HER CLASSMATES OF YESTERYEAR. 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ULA NAS'I wRpss, GL ovs BULLOCK, CLARA GJR.Ew1cI-I, NAOMI ANDERSUN, 'VA LYN S 2 D Ro 7TO EY RJ VARY JADICK GLADYQ AYRE, LTQX EAYER DORI Qs ,az BENNETT BETTY AYRES, HLlCE'SCI-IO NovE T RZSA MNIWN, JOSEPIJINE BAKER, -Juov GRAD!! f4 R Ol ALI CAR I Row L TO RN. C OTTE QLEN RIFHT, KATHRYN SKOVRONSKY S WILSON, IRQNE A, GERTRUDE DIxoN ANNETTE LAYOU, ER BAKERY F ANCIS BR css, DQR s ESTER Pnvuss FASSET, SCHOONOVE ow EDITH HONTZ, ELAINE PHILLIPS GRACE A CRAGLE ELIYABETH SALTER, DOLORES LEE, PATTIE COL ARGARET JURISTA ERMA RIECHER JOYCELYN ROGERS TH CA DEN 39 Class Of 47 OPHOMORE BOYS IRST Row L T H THERON DICKINSON, GLENN Snupo, DALE GRALLA SE OND Row, L T CLARK GARRISON, RONALD SMITH, CARL GABLE, BENJAMIN EVANS, DAVID VOITEK FRANCIS SHAUGHNESSY, WALTER HARRIS, RICHARD HARvEv, RICHARD RICE DONALD MOSES TH RD Row, L TO R EDWARD JOHNSON WILLIAM HADSALL, EARL AYRE DONALD HARVEY, DONALD SICK, Gus EHRGOTT, GLENDON CLARK HAROLD HOWELL, FLOYD RRUNGES RICHARD DIOKSON, JOSEDH FAUX, 40 r F . . O .- VAUGHN,GLENN BRUNGES, CHARLES DONOVAN, GERALD WHITE, EDWARD O , O R.- 1 , . I . . - , I D Cl s f 47 OPHO ORF GIRL as 0 Row L TO JOSERHINE DRAKE, Lols GLASSER, LORETTA Ross, JESTIE SOHOONOVER, DORIS SHERWOOD, VIRGINIA BULLOCK MARY TIFFANV, MARGARET ZALEWSKI LOUIQE HARVEY, KAY EVANS, JEAN GuMeRAvIcH, SHIRLEY COLBENSON Lols SHUPP, ARLENE MEADE, MARY PENRITH, LOUISE JURISTA, MARY YARASAVAGE 3 Row L TO R STELLA PRUSKO, LEAH WILSEY, MARION SMITH SHIRLEY HARVEY, WILMA ROSENGRANT, NANCY HAHN JOY MITCHELL JESSIE KRAUSE, AUDREY DOMAN, CLARA MASON, AZEL WEBBER, PATSY MCKENZIE M v Pow L TO R JANICE BALL, EVELYN GIBERSON, DOLORES MYERS FLORENCE DYMOND, ELEANOR STURMAN, JOAN LEE JEAN MILLER, MARY STONE MARJORIE AYRE, MILDRED R CLARK, BERTHA RADWANSKI 41 9 W J L Isr. . R.- X 1 2ND. Row L. TO R.- DELORIS KITCHNEFSKI, DOROTHY FERRIS, Ro. . .- , ' 1 I H T-. 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A .. f--fw f Aw- r RST Row L TO WILLIAH KDMLT CARL GREENLEY HOBINSON GLEN SHIFEER HAROLD SHlI:REv EDIIARD PETERS SEVEROOOL, CLYDE DIXON, FRANK DvMOND, RALDH ANDERSON SICKLER SECOND How, L TD R JOHN RUNDELL, LOREN THOMPSON LANE, CEORSE BENSON, CARL LEWIS LARRY BROBST, JOSE H THOMAS COOK, ROBERT VAUGHN, ROBERT STOVER, PAUL VI NORMAN HARDING T RD Row, L TO R FDRMAN LUNGER, FLOYD CRAWFORD, SPACE CLESQON SHOTWELI, CARL NILLER THOMAS WYDA, ANDERSON, RAYMOND MAHONEY, THOMAS MONSEV, KENNETH ROBERT GULLA, DDANE ST CLAIR, STUART VOSBURG FOURTH Row L T R SANFORD BARBER KENNETH SQUIER, AYRE, TEDDY SCRANTA, DONALD GABLE, RICHARD CORNELL, SEVERCOOL DANA WRIGHT, DONALD KESTER, GEORGE WAYNE HAROLD JAMES DONALD OLIVER SNESKI, ROBERT EDWARD SHUPP DONALD THOMAS ROGERS CLARENCE SILLS, MICHAEL SDDEOK, WILLIAM FAux, JOSEPH KELLER ABSENT LELAND COOK, DONALD EDLI KI STANLEY KILE, GERALD KANYOK S ffl Ewffmu KiAJA J-.JJ 42 lvl 1 l il . r ' R' -' M 'M-r V 2 K I P I 7 W' 2 r 1 . .' , L 1 gs HI I . . .- H I ' T ' 1 - ' I' 1 1 - O 0' . r . NJ , ' , 1 ii , -. ff I , .4 'T-I 'I E- ,gf f l ' fd LLP- N , O -'Rv - , If . ' Nj I' ' 5 'wh' , A X I Mb . l , A J, ' , xl D, - I ' , lx A ig.. ' w - 'rr 4 i ' ' , 1 I V I -I' 'JMB If I ' wy , , ' A !J, l,H 36 .Al XF V: ' ,,u, Qyf yfw NNW ij' , A 1' A l' L' L' fi Class of '47 1" FRESHMEN GIRL FX T 9 X RST Row L T0 BEET T. NEAVER, HELEN MAHONLY, -JANE L A K, RUTH SCHUSTER HELEN GOBLE cfNo Row, L TO HOsEN1A.v LAYOU, DONNIE SNEET, HELENE CARTER, BETSY JOVNER GRACE DlxON LILLIAN BALL, WANDA SHOTWELL BEVERLY REMAKIS, HELEN LINCOLN R RD Row, TC R ADA QHU D CAROL PREVAQ GAIL PASSMORE, NARv ANN RARTRON DnLoREs BALL, DOLORES KASLANSKI, HELEN SUSOAVAGE, JANET ELLSWORTH, DOROTHV STEEL, BETTY JENKINS LOUISE AvERs, RUTH MILLER FOURTH Row L TO R LORRAINE ABRAMS NANCY BURDICK, RAMONA DAlLEY,REGlNA STPERKO, GLADY5 VARGO, ANNA BOROESON, GERTRUDE ADDEN, RUTH COOK, BEATRIOE PAULAUSKI GRACE ELLSWORTH 1ARYAN E HAMASAKI E LL X Afw-M UT' 'X ww XJ V 'XX A -fifwdf XE, 'NL W l l 1 U ' 4 N iz 4 .Q 'A 1 -' N. Fo . . R, . - - L rf' -L. .x , F . h U SE 1 , R,- I I X , V 21 , 'A 0 f J T T ' 1 .. ' f- E ' T ' fE L T -. . , -fr A - . I V xx - . L 1 ,L , T X , A , A T 5, .rx-N. xx 3 1 - ." 9 l- A 'A f A f., if ' I ' ' 3 X A x xx, X53 AJ DK 4' ' N A- - X., DI xx . f- I A fig ' rg, A ' , v X X I 1 - ,. ' ,JV v U 1 J V . K , , L U T, T . X X , ,T L ., KX fl' 1 y V wil ' fr x ,fx f J , , ' I Y - W J. , N -'NS X- .L Y I fr A VI., . I , V., b . .X ll, A ,I 5.4 ' RTN Ax N LJ , f A ' i' A :VFX 0' RNQ- ' E A , A I T t J K xx-,Inj , , ' M Q , 'X ' n , ffl ' ' Class of 47 EIGHTH GRADE BOYS ow TO DONALD IILLER, DONALD BUCKINGHAM, WALTER BURIIER, FRANCIS KOZAK, JOE WALL LOPEN SHOTWELL, JOE NONSEY, HOBERT WHITE LEE KELLER, ROBERT LEE 2 o Row, L TO R KENNETH HowELL,RR0WNlg SHELDUN, PHILLIP CLARENCE HALLECK, TED SOHNS, CARL GREENLEY, ROBERT MYERS BRD Row T R ART BPUNGES, BROCKIE EUSTICE, CLINTON SRROUT CHARLES SHAv LELAND SHUPP,CLlFFORD JOHNSON MARSHALL ScoTT EARL SHOTWELL, PAUL FITCH, FLOYD DYMOND uTH Row L TO R JOHN DONOVAN, WARREN BENSQN, Tommv JURIETA, HERMAN DUBOICE, RAY WHITE HARRY FAUX JOHN FASSETT FRED DvMoNo, ROBERT HAHN NJ-I U 1 TST. R , L. R.- vi J , 1 V . , , N . . .- I MYERS, EDWARD ZACHARIAS, JOE KLIMAS, ROBERT BUCKINGHAM, . , L. O .- , 1 'in I ' , . a y . .' ' S 1 7 EIGHTH GR DE GIRLS Class of ,47 Row L TO MARY ELLSWORTH, LAVERNE ROUCK. JOANN ROBINSON, NILDRED CORNELL DELAINE SEVEROOOL, HETTY SNOVER ANNA TOMOLONIS D Row L T MARION WHITE ELEANOR Ross, HELEN KESTER ELSIE STEVENS, SHIRLEY SCHAEFER, GENEvIEvE OLSWFSKI, MARY MYERS, ELEANOR AYERS, HELEN UAVIDSON, LOIS bwEET, JEQSIE EVERTT, CYNTHIA JAQUISH, ROSEMARY VORTELS R Row TO ELECTA CARTER, JUNE KESTER CLARA MARCY JULIA BALL KATHRYN SUTTON, ARLENE HERMAN, HELEN I TE ORIS LRANTZ H Row L TO DORIS PHILLIPS, ALICE HWNTZ, MARGARET LAYAOU, SHIRLEY DIXON, GRACT SICKLER, MARY Lou RUMBOLD, DORIS MORGAN VILDRED ELLIS, MARIAN DICKINSON, EDITH HARVEY, JANE LANE wwx 46 IST. . R.- V ' 0 7 2N . . O R.- I , 3.0, L, R, ' , BILLINGS, HILDA EUHRGOTT, JOAN ELLSWORTH, LOIS SICK, 'RENE 1 1 I THI , D . LIT . . R. 1 . , . A o f, fw- Class of 47 EVE TH CJR DE BOYS 1ST w, SHOTWELL D SECHRIST, JAMES LAYAOU, EDDY CRADLE KENNETH KINGSTFN MAX SCHUSTER DONALD DIOVFNSON, LYLE ANDERSON END Row, PAUL AK R, AROHIE LLER A N E ST CHA , RUSSEL ADDISON, VIKE HOUDOCK DONALD PENNAY, JAMES DEATS D Row T R ALLEN DEBO , DELMER BOICE JOSEPH SCHOONOVER, GORDON CRAWFORD FRANK AMICHER FRANKLIN CLARK ROBERT DEMPSKY, ARTHUR GABLE RUSSEL BULLOOK, THOMAS RAIL RUSSEL Foux, DEXTER SILLS H Row L T R NILE Suu , FRED ANTOSH VANCE MYERS, DONALD STOVER, QOEERT ZONA RAYMOND AYERS, RALPH SEVERCOOL CARL CARPENTER, FENG COOLBOUGH WILLIAM CLARK 46 9 N E , Ro - C. , . ' - 1 " 1 Y 1 X '- A I . ' - B E' N1 , R 1 , IR T1LLEY, JACK HARRTS, DELEERT DEATS, JANES SCHOONOVER, FRED .T , . BR . , L. O ,- EIS , I 7 i 7 UT . , . O .- PP , ' E , , ' 7 1 '. EVE TH GR DE IR Classof 47 W L TO NANCY HAFDING, BETTY VONTROSS, PHYLLIS HOWELL ROSE VARY NIKOSKI PEGGY ROBINSON, ETHEL SPACE, FAITH MILLER MARIAN HERMAN, LORRAINE POOLASKI, BETTY WEAVER MARIAN HONEYWELL, Lois ANDERSON MARGARET GORSKI, VIVIENNE FASSETT, BETTY VALENTINE GLORI SHADDRUCK, RUTH MARIE PENNAY, JOAN CARTER,JoAN Hoses, GLADYS NULTON, ALICE MADDEN, ELLEN CLARK, SALLY DUNN D Row L T CATHERINE KOSCELANSKY BETTY AYERS, BETTY KITCHNEFSKY ZOLA DIXON, LEONA LATOSEA BARBARA HOGAN, ROMAINE SCOTT, NAOMI KORB, KATHRYN JENKINS, JEAN HARVEY, MILDRED SHIPDEY DOROTHY DYMONO, BERNETTA ST CLAIR, NANCY KRAUSE 7 LS ' TST. Ro . H.- 1 1 ' Y I I 7 7 2ND. Row L. TO R.- PATSY AMBROBE, ETHEL BALL, MARY BENSON, I 3A. . oR,- ,' I I! , . 1+ Class of 47 COLORS DAY As A CLIMAX TO THE INDOOR GVMNASIUM PROGRAM HELD DURING THE wINTER MONTHS THE LOCAL SCHOOL HELD A 'COLORS DAv PROGRAM THIS PROGRAM ORIGINALLY STARTED IN THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1935 36 WHEN THE SCHOOL CONDUCTED INTER WARD COMPETITION THE STUDENTS wERE DIVIDED INTO GROUPS DERENDING ON WHICH wARD THEIR HOMES WERE LOCATED WE HAD FOUR GROUPS FROM THE BOROUGH THE STUDENTS LIVING IN TUNKHANNOOK Twp WERE KNOWN AS WARD X, THOSE LIvING N OTHER TOWNSHIPS AS WARD Y IN 1935-3O WARD x WON BOTH THE IN DOOR AND OUTDOOR COMPETITION IN 1 6 WARD 1 AND WARD 2 wERE WINNERS, IN 1937 38 WARD Y AND WARD 2 IN 1938 39, WARD 2 STARTING IN 1990 4 wAS AGREED TO DIVIDE THE ENT SCHOOL INTO TWO GROUPS ONE GROUP KNOWN AS THE ORANGE TEAM AND ONE AS THE BLACK TEAM EACH GRADE wAs DIVIDED INTO TWO EQUAL GROUPS ALO HAS COMPETITION ON THE GRADE LEVEL IN THIS wAv MORE PEOPLE HAD MORE CHANCE TO OOMRETE AND THEY ALWAYS COMPETED AGAINST DOVS OR GIRLS IN THEIR OwN GRADES COUNTING THIS YEAR'S CONTEST IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT THE ORANGE TEAM HAS wON 7 TIMES AND THE BLACK TEAM HAS WON 5 TIMES CARTAINS ARE CHOSEN Sv THE HOMEROOM GROUPS AND THESE STUDENTS HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO DISPLAY THEIR LEADERSHIP THE COMPETITION IS KEEN AND THE SPIRIT IS WHOLEOOME SOME or THE BEST CONTESTS EvER SEEN IN THE SCHOOL OGOUR DURING HCOLORS DAYH THE FINAL SOORE THIS YEAR WAS THE BLACKS 390 AND THE ORANGE 530 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ORANGE TEAM NS I I ll ' I . P, " - 93 -37, . ' 9 S " AND 15 AND IN 1939-40, WARD 2 wON BOTH CONTESTS. - 1 IT IRE Class 7 fawm 02 fw'W!:!+"fgs 94,5 N5 QM C ff .54 f' 1 g X '7' HCTNITIES of '4 , ,.:. J Ag fi 'k f Q A,.' Q as ff, 2 P .-' 2 'A Qt 1.1! , vm 1 ',,' A ., fl? Class of '47 ACTIVITIFQ COUNCIL ATED L TO GERALD WHITE, PHYLIQS FASSET, CLARENCE CARTER, MARION KLIMAS, ALBERT Vosauno, JOAN LEE QfANnvwc L TO R CHARLES SHAW DONALD AYRE Lols Slcx, MR DOLBEAR, ARNOLD CLAIR, LoRRAvNE PODLAUSKI NATIONAL HONOR OCIETY ,,.,nP-V W T RICHARD SHOEMAKER NANCY STROME ELSIE COLBENSON BEVERLY D U RINKER, CONNIE EGLISKI JEAN SNOVER, fAXlNE RINKER CORA NAGNER, BRUCE JOYNER D ow L TO MARJOR,E FITCH ESTHER KoRe, CHARLES Dlx, WR DOLBEAR, ELWOOD CAREV, DOLORES LEE, pHvLL,S FASSETT 50 4k K SJ NM 'M' I f cj 2 . Lg ,, , - A A ' If , 4 a ' X ,AAR -1 O I SE , R. . A . . , , . ST. Q, if I - 3, ., -K in ki 'H -, Q ,. 4' A . f Q' X O KNEE AA i lsr. RO L. o R. , 2N . R . R. . A 3 . . O Class of '47 JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB w L TO RDICT v, T ARTER, Ross, A HERMAN, JOYNEH 2 0 Row L TO R ALL ILLINGS D x N, S SCHAEFER SHOTWELL J ELLSWORTH G VARGO, J CLARK 0 Row L TO R B THOMAS L SHUPP, MRS STROME QADVISORD J SCHOONOVER M Huoocx, C SHOTWELL SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB H U R w L TO NOVAN, G RUNGES, ALL HARDING, STONI , VAUGHN, A Voseunc D Row L TO WAGNER, MILLER, D WRIGHT, B DAT EY LARK, E BENSON, SN VER, E SALTER, J DRAKE 0 Row L TO R ASSETT, D ESTER ASKAS, VANS OLBENSON, ONTZ JURISTA ROBST H Row L TO R , Ll , H A MASON, J SHAW, HE MAN, TIFFANY, G Aves, C GLENWRI HT H R w L TO R E CAR Y, ELLSWORTH D S c , J THOMAS J ANTOSH, B EVANS, T DEANQELO, Miss RUTH CARTER QADVISORJ, L WILSEY 51 if if Q 2. 151, R0 , R, N, BU , E, HARVE C. Swag , H. C E, , B, , N , , , P, w , c. B , s. 1 0 . , w. , , , . , . . . , QM., .R 3 ,V 2 " A ' " .T 'B H 'F A . Y , 23.5 'I " ' 14 S 1sT. o . R. C. Do . B L. W , A. I. an D, . . 2N . . R. C. J. . . L , M, C . GI J. O . . . ZR . . . P. F .K ,H.V K.E ,E.C D.H ,H, ,D. B . UT . . . H. MILLER C. Ee sxl B. Ewurr, , , B. R M. . . G . 5T . o . . . E D, , . I K . , . . . Class of '47 BOYS' COOKING lvrwfg Row L TO R oc LIVEP RAvMoNo MAHQNEY, PENNETH Snupp, DUANE ST CLAIR ROBERT Sp-ACE, THOMAS Wvm GIRLS JUNIOR HOME ECONOMICS ww Q m TO LAVERNE HOUCK, JOANNE POBINSON, BETTY SNOVEE SALLY UbLL DECOND Row L TO R HELEN KESTER NARY LOU HUMBOLD, JESSIE EVERETTS, Lois S EET, HRLENE HERMAN :Ro Row L TO Downs PHILLI S, MILDRED CORNELL MARIAN WHITE, HELEN DAVIDSON, ALICE HINTZ 52 4? . I I I If T, K ., I I fT ,S M K ' 1 I 1 - S , N . 1 ST . . , .J U ,, Q , ' ' I :Q ir Q . ' if 'ggi T I . , Emg 4 ?gE ?Q,f k I g 23,5 4 f dwk , In Q I3 E ' ' I L T' Q T WC 3, f I , k 1: T Q4 W X 5 5 - A 3 A' ES, Q 5 I , 'r . R o ' L . Fi . .L , A . VV n 4 , X ' xx A W TH . R. P , C . Class of 47 "" so F! at 1 T7 rnkvrrsl mmf W M' m L TO ALICE SCHONOVEP FEANCIQ EIUNGES LHIS ILQON, KATHERINE SKOVRONSKI, ALICE FARGO, JOANNE KLIMAG D ov T EEEQA IIN N UAQEDHIBE LIK RINKER, EVERLY RINKER DOROTHY CRAGLE JOYCELYN ROGERS NEWSPAPER CLUB CT 'Ur' .r-I Row TO R CLARA GuREwIcI-I ANNABELLE LINGER, RUTH TIFFANY, BETTY AYERS, IDA FELKER 2ND Row L TO R PATTY LINCOLN OLA WAE ONTROQQ SLVVANIA SUPECK, HOWARD CULVVP, KEN UENKINS, HELEN BENNETT, EIJITI-I CADDEN, TI-IERoN DICKINSON. 53 . N A 3 1 , I , . C , . 1 ,, I : '5 A' f Vim" 1 . ,,,, , VA , . I , I , 5 N I VM' Sr 11 14' A i ? Q I I x ? E , -v '-LLM-W Q,,,,..f :T A f I Q -I.W,,L 'V -f,.I W 'y , 5 ff ' ff IST, ROI , R. , , I 2 , V . 1 I 1 KI. , . ZN , R ' L. O R. TH T . QL N11 , ,L I -- ER, MAYIHE E I ' I ' 'Z Q H , M I? E ,. I I Ca , 'ki an . AAT 1 5 if J 5, ' QL A I -I V .Eff-1. M If N I , ' X 'fy .I ,gk I IST. I.. . , -I 'A all V . . . , .L, Class of 47 9 and I0 GRADE ATHLETIC CLUB 'W PYRAMID ST Ow L TO DONALD LANE BEN EV NB LARRY BRORST FRANCIS JRAD NE sv YRAMID ND ow TO R DONALD ABLE TANLEY KILE M COOK BRD Ov TO H THEPON UICKINSON, EDDIE PETERS 5TfNDING, DONALD AVR S KNEELING, ROBERT STOVER, RICHARD CORNELL GLEN BRUNGES THOMAS IYDA, DICK DIXON NORMAN HARDING, LELAND COOK, CARL CABLE, HARRY FADX 2ND Row STANDING, RAYMOND NAHONEY, CLESON SROTWELL, DANA fRlGHT, CARL MILLER, ROBERT SBAOE, DALE VAUGHN, ROBERT VAUGHN, GLENN SHUPP CLARK GARRISON 54 1 M . . ,5 ' . ' 5 , V if , -,L K I Q 7 I .Q I I - 3 L,5, L ,,A I :f.m I Q I A- 'Q 2 'If Q .' D , U Q kr s f-,, EL? A v 1 ' R - R- Q - X O I , , ,N G S . P , 2 . R L. . G , S '- , TON , R I L. , 1 , . l I Y Q! ' 1 , . JUNIOR GIRLS ATHLETICS Class of 47 Q w TO WONTROSS EAVER M ELLSWORTH, D Sex RCOOL, 0moLoNIs D DTEELE RAUSE, IcxINsoN KOSCELANSKY, KITCHENEFQKY, E SPACE HONEYWELL S YA o Ron L TO BALL P A BROSE, MADUEN, J SHEERER, R Cook, KESTER, C SUTTON, J ELLSWORTH, B PAULAUSKI, R SCHUSTER, A SHUPP 0 Row L TO RUMBOLD E RTER, A H AN, R DAIL v, H KEST I NAWCY, E STEVE , B EVANS NNAY, SSETT, Jov E , AIR, C RTE , H LINCO M Mv Rs, G SHADDOCK, E Ross, M HAMASAKI, M ooEN DUN , R LAYAOU G VA Go, J CLARK, MRS COLLINS IADVIDOR KNEELIKG GLADYS SHUPP FAITH MILLER 55 1 1 1-T. RO' L. R. B. - , B. W , I. . . 'E A. T , , C , N, K R, D , C, . B, L' . , P. , . W LL. 2N . ' . R. J. , . M A. - . . 0. MORGAN, G, SICKLER, M, SHIPPEY, B, AYERS, M, DICKINSON, P, HOWELL, J, 3a , I , R, M, , , CA , ERM , E , ER, , I I , NS , , R, P: V. FA B, N R B. ST. CL H. A R . LN, . E , , , G. A , S. N . . . R . . A I. A 7 ' Class Of 47 BA D fa 301. IST Row L TO R PHYLLIS FASSETT, JANE CLARK, SHIRLEY HARVE1 MARJORIE AYRE PEGGY HONEYAELL FRANCIS SHAUGNESSY, HELEN KESTER, LOIS SICK, SHIRLEY VANAUKEN PATSY AMBROSE D Row L TO R FAITH NIL SHIRLEY DIXON, JOAN LEE, ERMA REICHER, ARNOLD ST CLAIR, ROBERT SPACE, CARL GABLE Louls DRAKE, DONALD SICK, DONALD CABLE, BEVERLY REMAKIS, THERON DICKINSON, CLINTON SpRouT, MRS TROSTERQADVISOR, 3 D Row L TO R GLENN BRUNGES, BEN EVANS, DOLORES LEL,JoAN ELLSWORTH, ELEANOR STURMAN, JEAN MILLER, CAROL PREVOST, SHIRLEY SOHAEFER, GLADYS VARGO, VILDRED ELLIS, ELWOOD CAREY , WORTHY DRAKE, Lols SHUPP, ARTHUR GAELE 4 H Row L T0 R JOE WALL, PAuL FITCH, GLADYS AYRE, LORRAINE ABRAMS, JOHN FASSETT, LOREN SHOTWELL 1 56 Class of 47 BOYS CHOR We .ur .bw-Q. has THOSTER KADVIaOR 1 R W TD DALE VAUGHN JOHN ANTOSH, CHARLES DONOVAN n w L TO LENN BRUNGES, JOE OLIVER JACK Ross, DONALD CLARK BRUCE JOYNER BEN EVANS, DON NOSES FRANCIS SHAUGNESSY, PHILIP MYERS R w L TO TEDDY SOHNS, BOS VAUGHN, POBERT WHITE WAYNE ROBINSON, STURAT VOSSURG, HERMAN DUBOICE VADISON SCHOONOVER THERON DICKINSON LELANO COOK, RUSSELL FAUx, ALLE4 DUBOIOE 57 Class of 47 F H A W L TQ u E ELE, MIIL D DECKER, J SCHOONOVER J AKE S KEITHL 0 w L T3 ENEFQKY H , v S VVNS Dlx , D R w L TO R ERSON, A AN, SON, Lu P , QEICHERS M PENRI H DICK, FELKE R LAYA ACADEMIC TYPING f L TO R GAIL PASSMORE, HELENE CARTER, H L N LINCOLT, Jo EDH OLIVER 2ND w L TO JOAN LEE, BEATRICE PAULAUSKI, JANE CLARK, GLADVS VARGO RD w L T0 H SVT v JOYNER, NANCY BURDICK, MARIXNNE HAMASKI BETTY JLNKINS 58 1 1ST, Ro' , R. D, KEITHL N , D. STE R. COOK, B, HERMAN, R, , ER , . , , , DR , , INE. QN , R0 , . R, D, KTTCH L , , JURISTA L, BROMN, M, TE - , G. ON P, WYDA, D, FERRIS, G. DlxoN, P. WOYER, D, BROBST. ja , 0 , , N, AND . Dom . A, MA A, NJER I, T , ,, T, M, JA N, HAHN, A. MEAD, I. R, . ou. U f"' S 19T. Row . . L . E E T s , , Ro , R. , 3 . R0 . R. . R T T , ' , F. F. A. Class of '47 , K G. xv, ,N my UvfYfj50 13,53 1 w L TO R DON CLARK, EARL AYRES, BERNARD GULLA, BILL VALENTINE, JAMER BRODV, ALBERT VOSBURG, GLENN SHURP, JOE FAUX CARL GREENLY R w L TO R FUPMAN LUNGER, BOB GULLA KENNETH SQUIER, I AEL SURECK, HAROLD HOWELL STUART VOSBURG, RALPH ANDERSON, L TO R PAUL VISNESKI, ROBERT SPACE FRANCIS LATOSEK AV C JOYNER, ARTHUR SMITH, DICK DIXON WALTER HARRIS, LOREN THO DSON, GEORGE SCHOOPOVER M43 v L TO R JOHN ANTOSH, CARL BOICE LARRY SHIUPEY 'J Q. RUOE JOYNER, GEORGE BENSON, ARTHUR SQUIER, RICHARD RICE, JAMES L, RAIL ROY ANDERSON 59 ST. Ro' . . .I ' I ' ND. O . . . , ' ee . , . J'A SUICKLER, MR, POWNALLQADVISORD, D. filbw . . , , yy' I I I Class of 47 1 Row L TO R PEGGY HONEYWELL NARYAdNE BARTRON BEVERLY PHVLLIS FASSETT, FAITH NILLER 2ND Row L TO R CHARLOTTE GLENWRIGHT, DORIS KPSTER, NANCY HAHN, ELl7ABETH SALTER, GLADVS AYRE, KATHERINE SKROVONSKY BEVERLY RINKER NANCY STROME, PATSY VCKENZI MRS TROSTER QDIRECTORD 3 D Row L TO R HA EL WEBBER, ERMA RIECHER, NARJORIE AYRE, D GLASSER JEAN NILLER J AN LEE, Loss SHUPP, JES E KRAUSE, PATSY AMBROSE eo 9 A W! ' T A, f kff A 5 ST. . . 1' , . r. , ANN REMAKIS, VIVIAN FASSETT, DOLORES LEE, GLADYS BULLOCK, T - I , .T :., , R . . . z . Lol' , T , o SI CHEER LEA DER Class of '47 Row TO R LORES EE WAXINE RINKER, PHVLISQ AQCET, PATSY NCKENZIE, DORIS KESTER, JEAN SHAW CHARLOTTE GLENNRIGHT, ARJORIE FTTLH LEFT To RIGHT, DOLORES LEP, AXINE RINKER, PATSY MCKENZIF CHARLOTTE GLENWRIGHT PWUSS SSET, Domus KESTER, JEAN SHAW 'ARJORIE FITCH 61 IST. f L. , Dm L , L F , V QEMM7 V V A QR .l.w A 1 T LL 5 A 'EEK' V -9 A ff' 5 Ax if Km 9i if 1r R- T 'I' A I - lx" '1 v TA , H 4 Class of '47 TB S Row, JOE WA ND M TO R0BE+T WHITE, PHILLIP MYERS, CLESSON UHOTLELL LOREN SHOTXELL HERNAN BOICE, LEE KELLER, ROBERT SPACE, BRQCKY EUSTICE D Rowl- TO CLINTON SOROUT, ARREN BENSON, CHARLES SHAW JOHN FASQETT, CARL GREENLY, TEDDY SOHNQ PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT, LEWIS DRAKE, CHARLES Dlx, GLADYQ BULLOCK, Miss LENARAN Auvnson 63 , E X , w , f,A x I T. J LL. 2 , ROL, L, R. - A M N J , . , , ER , , R, ' '11 1 ' E - Y , i! Vi Q , , , n 'V , . Class of 47 .W- K-wmv' -s D TO BROCK? Eusrlcs HERMAN DUBOICE, JAMES SoHo NPVER CARL GDEENLY BOB LEE HHTHJR BRUNGES JOE ALL IKE Huoocx, ARTHUR GABLE IST. Row L. TO R. LELAND SHUPP, RJQQELL FAUX, WM. VALENTINE, D Boa WALL, LOREN HOTWELL, Wm, Wulrs, GIFFORD SANDS, 63 Claes of E Y L TO R CHARLES DONAVJN THERON DICKINSON, QEPALD WHITE DICKSON, ROBERT DUNN, ELLWOOD CAREY BRUCE JOYNER DON CLARK BEN EVANS Row L TO ARTHUR IAITH, ARK GARRISON, FRANCIS SI-IAUQHNESSY, D N SICK, RONALD S ITH WILLIAM WHITE, DON NosEs, Boa MALL, DALE VALIGHN, JAMES Bnoox 64 I k w TST. HOW . , ' , " . 2ND, How L, TO R. WILLIAM VALENTINE, DAVID JCAINER, JAMES ! ! 7 san ' R. s cv. O ' fvl ' E IOR TRI -HI-Y Class of '47 ST R w TO ELEANOR STURMAN, HAZEL WEBBER EMILY NAROY, MARY TIFFANY NAOMI ANDERSON, ERMA REICHER, BETTY HERMAN, AUDTEY DOMAN, DOLORES WRIGHT BARBARA DAILEY DORIS DECKER, MARGARET ZALEWSKI, JOSEPHINE DRAK' D Row L TO DORIS SHERWOOD, MARTHA STEVENS LOIS SHUPP, KATHRYN SKOVRONSKY, ANNETTE LAYADD, SHIRLEY CoLaENsoN, JEAN GuMeRAvI I ELSIE COLBENSON, DOROTHY HONTZ, LOIS WILSON KAY EVANS, MARJORIE AYRES 3 Row L TO R MADELYN SOLONICK, HELEN BENNETT, ROSELLA PAULASKI, DORIS SICKLER, PHYLLIB MOVE ALICE HARDING HOPE MILLER, HELEN VASKAS, NANCY STROME JOSEPHINE BAKER CHARLOTTE GLENWRIGHT, MARY YARSAVAGE, JEAN MILLER, LoIS GLDSSER, MARY STONE TIFFANY, SHIRLEY HARVEY, STELLA PRUSKO, GLADYS AYRES JOYCELYN ROGERS JUDY GRALLA, PATTIE LINCOLN MARION SMITH JOY MITCHELL, MILDRED CLARK, EVELYN GIEERSON, EDITH CADDEN 65 I . o L. R. ' , ' ' 1 .' ,' ' 7 9 2N , . R. , ' 1 I RD. . . " Rr i ' 1 f MTH. Row L, TO R. SYLVANIA Supscx, BETSY HEWITT, RUTH y l 7 7 9 I .xx .Y ' i I HI V Class of 47 UNIOR HI Y ow TO CARL CARDENTAR PAYIOND AYFE NILE SHUPP, DEXTER SILLS FRANCIS KOZAK ROBERT LEE JOHN FASQETT EARL HOTWELL, JOE IALL LOFEN 5HOT'ELL JOHN DONOVAN ROBERT H, WH'TE GENE COOLBAUGH, JAMEQ LAYAOU KENNETH KINGSTON O Row L TO R BENNIE THOMAS CARL MILLER, NORMAN HARDINQ jfv J Boa oRAcE TEO SOHNS, TOM COOK, LARRY BROBST, BOB VAUGHN JOE OLIVER CLESQON SHOTWELL DONALD EGLISKI ARNIE ST O R TO R CLINTON SRROOT HERMAN DOBOIS DON AYRE LELAN ook ARCHIE NILLER, CLARENCE SILLS MIKE Houoocx AUL A R CHARLES SHAm, KENNETH SHUPR, QPOCKIE EUSTICE 'J PAU AILEN DUBOIS JOE SOHOONOVER Tw' III 66 9 A X- ' iX1ST, R L, R, , I A ., I It 2N .n, . . X , , N I yly ,jplvx CLAIR, ENQETH HOWELL, BROWNIE SHELDON, LvLE ANCERSON. . V' 3R - '.l-- - X 2 1 9 , . . 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Class of 47 VARSITY BASKETBAI I R w L TO RICHARD SHOEMAKER, ROBERT DUNN JOHN KRAUSE, JAMES WELCH RALPH GIBERSON o Rov L T CAROL BENJAMIN CHARLES STEVENS, RALPH Coox, ROBERT VALENTINE JACK Ross TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK TUNK WAVERLY DALLAS BENTON LEHMAN LAKETON ST MICHAELS SUMMIT DALTON N I CHOLSON MONTROSE BENTON FACTORYVILLE DALLAS SUMMIT WAVERLY DALTON MONTROSE NlcHoLsoN FACTORYVILLE LEHMAN 72 7 A M T X , Q' 1ST. O . DR. 2N . I . O R. , . 13 . 27 1 32 . 35 - 39 . , 22 . as ' 53 I 36 ' . E1 . S . 26 ' 3? I 111 - 5 . 47 - 35 Class of 47 NTHE BOYS GUARD THEIR BASKET" 73 ! V xg! " THE JUMP " fig N Class of '47 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL f-"' NNKHANNU 1ST. Row L. TO R. DON'-LD AYRE, RAY MAHONEV, PETE KESTER, LELAND COOK, GLENN Sr-woo, DALE VAUGHN, JOE KELLER, 2ND, Row L. TO R, MR. Yunclc QCOACHD, ARNOLD ST. CLAIR TOM L B sv CARL LEWIS MONSEY, CLARK GARRISON, ARRY Roe. , I , I RANCIS SHANJGHNESSY, RCBERT SDACE. A35EN1'3 KENNETH SHUPP. 1 . . fp! TUNK Dlmocx 17+ Ax V Tum: FLEETVILLE 27 , U TUNK DIMOCK 11 ff! TUNK DALLAS Twp. 11 TUNK SPRINGVILLE 11+ ' TUNK WAVERLY 7 ' 1 TUNK MILL CITY 18 Tum: MESHQPPEN 28 .- Tum: SPRINGVILLE 17 , TUNK LACEYVILLE 23 l, - TUNK LEHMAN 25 TUNK WAVERLY 12 TUNK DALLAS Twp. 18 Tum: BENTON Twp. 22 TUNK LEHMAN 1 X. TUNK LAKETON 15 TUNK MILL Cvrv 23 TUNK DALTON 7 TUNK. MESHOPPEN 37 -Q TUNK LAcEvvlLLE 16 X 3 Rx! ' 'X . A x 1 1 1 1 L5 L. x. A Q 5 Yu X 'Q 'in EEN EVANS, 25, wyfj-124' xgfyipy UHWJW-efv LW, W 7 'MWm"' WWWV Class of '47 M fi? i NTHE G ME STARTS " WH W geek .f-v""' " A BASKET IS MADE " 75 X' , .fw?!2. J 7 I H: f 5 2 W 9,5 5 n ' 1 4 ' 2 N ' t' 'I' I. 2 A 3 ' -1 . gun 3! 4 '-f - 4 Q ' 4. R 1.3" 4 2495- I . , ' i 'i' , ff21f ' f.f , f 5 eg, A',, , V V Class of W BOY I TRAMURAI T R w L TO R JAMES LAVAOU, ROBERT EE, JOHN DONOVAN, ALLEN DUBOICE, DELMER BOICE, BROOKY EUSTICE, CHARLES SHAW, ROBERT DEMPSKY D Row L TO R JAMES RAIL WALTER HARRIS ELWOOD CAREY, BRUCE JOVNER, HOWARD LANE CARL BOICE, DONALD ELLSWORTH, JOHN 3 Row L TO R KENNETH HowELL, CHARLES DoNovAN, GLENN BRUNGES, DICK DIXON, EARL AYERS THOMAS WYDA, PHILLIP MEvERs, EDWARD GRALLA, UAVID VOITEK 4 H Row L TO R JOSEPH PAULAUSKI, ARTHUR BRUNGES LARRV SHIppEv, JAMES Bnoov, MICHAEL Huoocx, ARNOLD ST CLAIR, BRowNIE SHELDON, PAUL BAKER 5 H Row L TO R JOSEPH SOHOONOVER, DAVID JOYNER TEDDY SOHNS CHARLES STEVENS, LELAND SHUPD STANLEY KILE 76 ,J 1s . O . . L 2N . . . , , ' 9 KOZAK, KEN JENKINS. RD. . . 9 T . . . , T . . . , 7 P ' GIRLS I TRAMUR C1355 Of 47 +1 R w L TO R FAITH MILLER, ALICE HONTZ, PHYLLIS FASSETT, BEVERLY RINKER, BETSY HEWITT, CONNIE EGLISKI, DOROTHY HONT MARY Lou RUMBOLD, RUTH Coon 2 o Row L TO R NAOMIA ANDERSON DOPIS PHILLIPS, GALE PASS MORE EDITH HARvEv, JOAN LEE MARGIE FITCH, MILDRED CORNELL JUNE KESTER, ARLENE HErhAN, WILMA ROSENGRANT, MILDRED ELLIS 3 D Row L T R CHARLOTTE GLENWRIGHT, ELIZABETH SALTER MARJORIE AVRE, V,IDA SHOTWELL, GLADYS AYRE, DQRI PESTER DOLORES LEE, NANCY BURDICK, LoIs Sscx, MARV ANN BARTRON, KAY EVANS, ELSIE STEVENS, VIVIAN FASSETT 77 9 9 A X 2 Q ' . X , l V 4' A v 4 Z Z 'T' 'fbgi M ? 1 Ai A'fL ,4L, X X 'Q Jx I 1 1sT. o . . 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