Tunkhannock High School - Awanatunk Yearbook (Tunkhannock, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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WE coNsloEREo EACH CANDIDATE CAREFULLY, BUT FINALLY ARRzvEo AT THE occasion THAT CLINTON SPROUT WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO POSBESSEO ALL THESE QUALITIEBQ HE wAs ALwAvs wxLLlNc Ann ABLE T0 HELP IN Auv wAv POSSIBLE Ano THERE ARE FEW wuo MAv Euaov use IMMENSE POPULARITY. As Fon counnea, WE BELIEVE CLINTON T0 az UNSURPASSED. Hrs uwnvuws wuLL T0 wum v-me HELPED mm T0 cor.:E EACK rnom DEATH'8 ooow VNITH AMAZING vseon Ano CERTAIHTV. Sine: You HAVE BEEN A SOURCE or vNsPnRATloN TO ALL, CLINTON, ws, THE CLASS or 1951, PPOUDLV UEDICATE ous soon T0 vou. Mxv vous RECOVERY as SPEEDY- 3 U HD UP ED EATIU wk FRONT ROW H. HERMAN D. C. HAnouNc W. STOREY BACK ROW S. Hanvsv R. Snsnwooo A. Cnnuzv PICTURED Aeovs as THE EXECUTIVE comunrrss or THE JOINT scuooL sonnn. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IB couvoszo or THE FREBIDENTB or THE INDIVIDUAL TOWNBHIPB. THE ecHooL nlsrnscrs lncnunso IN Tn: JOINTURE AEE EATON Towns:-uv, LEMON TOWNSHIP, NORTHMORELAND Tovmsr-up, Tunxruu- NOCK Bonouan, Tuuxnnnnocx Towmsnnp, Ano WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. Sane: CONSOLIDATION LAST sumusn, THESE MEN TOGETHER wnrn THE OTHER ueuasns or THE 5oAno, HAVE BEEN Exsnvlwc ALL Tueln Erroners T0 MAKE THE scuoone an THIS ousvnncv THE acer IN THE LAno. KEENLV AWARE or THE PROBLEMS rAc1wc EDUCATION, THEY ARE ATTEMPTING T0 soLvE THEM, ron THEY REALIZE THE IMPORTANT ROLE PLAvEo av EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRACYo MAY THEIR EFFORTS BE nEwAnoEo. M YEAHBUUH STAFF Zw?HE'f?!' 5 -V 1 Rutu HENRV Asst. EDITOR WARREN BENSON ART EDlT3P KEN WINTERMUTE p sgqygyQgQi EDITOR MARION DICKINSON Klttv SUf19N Bnocxv EUSTICE PRODUCTION Euston Bus. Euston PHOTO EDITOR .A A , - h,d wg -.. VV '1 ., -t Q 4 5 A 'A S Ns.. Roeznt WHIYE JACK HILLER Asst. Ant Euston Asst. Bus. EDITOR Sunngzv SCHAEFER Asst. Ant Eolton 4. IV fa ' Q' , fm t A 'twwMwx'1fwm- , f'w?gkW H?,g iQfmvA'QQwaf Q . 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WHATEVER voUR Jos, REMEMBER voun RESPONSIBILITY IS TO DO voUR EEST. MANY IN VDUR CLASS HAVE ATTAINED UNUSUAL HONORS IN oUR SCHOOL. IN voUR CLASS vou NUMBER SOME or THE BEST STUDENTS WE HAVE HAD. SOME MEMBERS or VDUR CLASS HAVE EEEN OUTSTANDING ATHLETES AND OTHERS HAVE SHOWN UNUSUAL TALENT IN OTHER ExTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. WE WISH roR vou CONTINUED SUCCESSu You FACE A WORLD THAT IS TOWN WITH sTRIrE. Youn FUTURE PLANS CANNOT BE DEFINITE BECAUSE or THE MILITARY SITUATION. WE Know THAT voU WILL BE WILLIND T0 MAKE ANV SACRIFICE REQUIRED or vou ron THE coNTINUATIoN or THE DEMOCRATIC wAv or LIFE- FREEDOM AND LIBERTY ARE WORTH ANY SACRIFICE. A oooo PERCENTAGE or YOUR CLASS SHOULD CONTINUE THEIR FORMAL EDUCATION- DONIT EE HEsITANT T0 MAKE A START- NMNY OPPOFTUNITIES ARE OPEN FDR STUDENTS WHO ARE WILLING TO MAKE THE EFFORT. WHAT IS YOUR OBJECTIVE IN LIFE? WHAT WOULD voU LIKE TO DO? FDR WHAT ARE vou eEsT FITTED? ONCE vou HAVE REACHED THIS DECISION, CHART VDUR COURSE AND LET N0 ONE DETER vou. HAVE COURAGE AND DON'T HESITATE FOR ANY REASON T0 MAKE A START TO REACH VDUR GOAL IN LIFE. YDUR SCHOOL STANDS READY TO HELP vou IN ANY wAv. CONGRATULATIONS ON VOUR ADHIEVEMENT, THANKS roR vouR CONTRIBUTION TOWARD MAKING oUR SCHOOL A BETTER scHooL AND sINcERE aEsT WISHES PDR YOUR success AND HAPPINESS. VERV SINCERELY, " FRANK . DOLBEAR 0 SUPERVIBING PRINCIPAL B if Muse Cnourfon Mlss Cnomvrou, ous vznv cApAeLs PnancnpAL. HAS H:Ln ous unvznzsfs urvznmosv funoucuouf oun scHooL v:Ane. MANv fumes we raven HER PATuzNc: s:vsn:Lv, sur an TH: emo, sus ALWAYS CAME BACK WITH A SMILE FOR U84 WE: THE CLAss or '51, wnsn T0 zxpnses oun snu- csns cnaflvunz T0 A TRULY wouoznrun r:AcH:n Ann rnnsuu. Ano Hors THAT eu: couvunuss TD as AB succsserun IN rue rueLo or souearuon an THE rufunz. GAnoLuN: CARNEVAL cAROLlNEp vu: scuoon sscn:rAnv. ns QUIET AND VERY EFFICIENTQ SHE I8 NOT ONLY ozrsnozo upon av vu: rAeuL1v, suv sv ru: sfuncufs AB w:LL. SH: as Nzvzn foo auev T0 Leno A HELPING HAND wusmevsn su: CANo ws. TH: Cunse or '51, wnsu TO THANK vou. CAnoLnu:. ron zvsnvvuluc vou NAv: cone ron U80 9 a ' :-. --'Y A xc A, ', ' ' . I ' Lg KY Q Q' QE? Mn. Brnouf 'PHlL'n AB HE as COMMQNLV Known. HoLoe THE VERY RESPONSIBLE POSITION OF JANITOR IN OUR SCHOOL: HIS MANY DUTIES KEEP HIM BUIY, BUT HE I8 ALWAYS WILLING TO ASSIST ANYONE IN ANY WAY THAT HE CAN: THANKS, PHIL, FOR THE MANY LITTLE THINGS wmcu vou mv: nous 1-o HELP us. WuLXKK MR. BAacocK IS New AT His Joe THIS vena. GN ouTv rnom THREE UNTIL ELEVEN, HE wAs ALWAYS HERE T0 LOCK UP AFTER ANY DANCES OR evcunns pnAcrsc:s. W: APPnzcaArzo Hue coopsngrnou Ano wasn TO THANK num ron ALL THAT HE DID POR U8. ' 10 FACULTY DIANA BUNNELL 1 GERTRUDE HAQMQN JoAnn LAUBACH JJ 2-.r Gggnqg BUNNELL LOREN BUTTS FRANCES DAVIS Y 2 ikfig MARGARET HEFFEPAN ERNEST HOLOREDGE AMBROSE KELLER . K. MAR'EL LUTE5 ELLEN MlLLsn Bnucs RATHBUN II L ' ROBERT WEsl.+:v FAC LTY MARGARET Sc:-azsnen if DAVID SEC:-:HIST MILDPED STARK ar 6 4 1 in , . -2, V, , U gf 'Q 1 E sf ig ,f ANNE STQL-,ME ELIZABETH TnAcv Joszpmwz Tmosvsn VALENCE TUNSTALL 'H' 'K' Mt 925' CHARLES Wlcc ms KENNETH Wuu. Mus SENIURS XY QQXSSEQY ,J X QJXPQQ U ZX 3 C3 H-C5 f A if 83' WARREN BENSON EVEN THOUGH WARREN ue oN: or THE SHORT- ER MEMBERS or THE CLASS. THERE An: A LoT or THINGS THAT MAKE UP ron IT. WARREN PLANE T0 ENTER TNE FIELD or ART. JULIA BALL JULIE ns ONE or oun FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AND as vsnv ACTIVE IN HOME Economncs. ONE or JULlE'S MAIN INTERESTS IS DANC- ING. BEST wlsuss, JULIE. BETTV BALTnusAlTls BETTY CAME TO us Enom NICHOLBON, AND HAS BEEN A VALUABLE ADDITION T0 oun V ,,1 WSL"'?7fY'f' 1 5251, ,' , , -'Inf . :?g'a,.i+Lg-V.J6'Z4+-'LM ' ff' E - as 1 ' .W 'ffm'-1's2 1 1- 14fiQ:Kgf,u:1TT?gL CLABBQ SHE ALWAYS NAB A SMILE FOR EVERY- ONE. HERE'Q FISHING vou LUCK, BETTY. CLANA BILLINCI CLANA NAs BEEN A MFMBEI or oun cLAls SINCE FIRST onAoE. BN: ua PLANNING T0 accom: A MORTICIAN. GLANA TOOK PANT IN THE 8tNlon PLAY AND DnAuATlcl PLAVQ ARTHUR Bnuuazss Ant I8 TH: ssnnon sov warn THE vznv Msnoolous volc: AND HAS PARTICIPATED IN THE OPERETTABA H: ALso Poessssss A xczu sense or Human. Baer or LUCK, An-r. ELcc1A CAnT:n ILECTIEN as A ouusv Msmssn or oun CLASS, WHO IB ALwAvs WILLING T0 Leno A HELPING HAND wnznsvsn use ASSISTANCE is NEEDED. BH: as UNDECIDED ABOUT Hen rufune. MILDRED Conuznu MuLLn: Lzrf ue nn Hen Sownomonz YEAR auf nsfunneo T0 T.H.8. To rlulsu Hen Ssuuon YEAR. SH: expects TO ATTEND Buauneas Counter AFTER GRADUATIONA DONALD BUCKINGHAU A Jour, A acer, AND Lora or run An: 'Buena' rAvollr: UTANDBVIQ H: ll AN :xc:LL:N1 lulLo:n or noon Pnoatcfu IN snow. Best or zvsnvfnuno, Bucn. .M,E-" f Hsuzn DAVIDSON ALTHOUGH HELEN seems To as vsnv Qunsf, sus sxvnzasss HER owmnows ONLY wr-:EN msn: me raw neon.:-: vu-mm mamma ous- nmce. Hcnz's WIBHING vou LUCK, HELEN. Mmnon DICKINSON MARION, AN ANYTHING sur QUIET MEMBER or oun CLASS, as IN THE BAND, GIRLS, CHORUS, mo PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB. SHE Puma 'ro oo SECPETARIAL woes: AFTER GnAouA'rloN. 4 SHIRLEY Dlxon SHIRLEY WOULD PEMIND ONE OF A DRESDEN DOLL AND WHEN YOU HEAR HEP SING, YOU DISCOVER THAT SHE IS A VERY MUSICAL ONEQ SHE HAS TAKEN SEVERAL LEADS IN OPERETTABQ -...W M WHY I .f g 9 I Jon-IN Donovan I h Imm., M JY X Quick on I-ns FEET mo KEENLY mfznssrso IN BASKETBALL mo BASEBALL I8 Joan. H: :g5.g m,r ,Qwi3y,gJb 'Qi W5 I MM L'AA I N2 I8 A usuasn or me NAVAL Rzssnvss. Maw vou mow success IN vous ences, Joan. HERMAN DuBoIcE 'HERM N IS AN ACTIVE MEMBER or nun ATHLETIC COUNCIL. ALTHOUGH HERM IS QUITE THE LADIES' MAN, I-IE STILL HAS TIME Fon SPORTS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES- WHWW':N 5, MILDRED ELLIS VIVACIOUS IS THE NAME ron MILLIE wHo TAKES AN ACTIVE PART IN svonrs AND IS AS ouucx AS LIGHTNING ON THE aAsxET- BALL COUPT. INCIDENTALLY, SHE IS A CON- SCIENTIOUS ACADEMIC STUDENT AE WELL. JOAN ELLSWOCTH JOAN'S PLEASING PEPSONALITV AND CONSIDERATION or OTHERS MAKE HER A REAL FREIJ DVMOND FRED'8 MAIN INTERESTS ARE WESTERN AND THU8 I-IE I-:As ACQUIPED To-IE NAME "TEx." HE I8 ALSO INTERESTED IN SQUARE DANCING AND HUNTING. FRIEND. PURSUING THE ACADEMIC COURSE, SHE IS PLANNING TO ATTEND COLLEGE- , . V fffr wg 'M,wWmm W' Jssslz EVEEETTL ALWAYS SNILING AN: PLEASANT as JESSIE, MARY ELLSWOPTH MAPY IS THE SMALLEET MEMBER or ou: CLASS. SHE IS ACTIVE IN THE NEWEPAPEP CLUB AND SLAVED FN IMPOFTANT ROLE IN THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY. Bnocxv Eusrlcs A SLIPPING CLUTCH, ANo A CLOUD or smokz AND NBROCKW I8 orr T0 SEE JQAN IN Hrs THREE-GATEO Fono. Bnocxv PLANS T0 BECOME A swap TEACHER. ANOTHER or ous ruruns sEcnEvA:lEs. Sw: ENJOVS WATCHING SOFTBALL AND VOLLFVEALL- Lore or LUCK, JEFSIE. .-f' HARPV FAux ONE or THE QUIETEP MEMBERS or oun cLAss as HARnv. HE HAe BEEN ons or oun Homsnoom cHAanMEN AN: HAS SERVED venv WELL IN THAT PoeuTuoN. PAUL FITCH WFITCHIEU as ow: or THoss Peasows WHO NEVER LETS ANYTHING EOTHER HIM- W: oouar IF HIS AEILITV TO cams LATE CAN EE SURPASQED av NNY EENIOU. CARL GHEENLEY CARL, wnc HAS Aceuunsn PECCGNITION THROUGH sHoP ACTIVITIES, IS PLANNING TO szcoms AN AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. CARL IS ALWAYS AROUND WHEN THERE IS A JOKE IN THE AIR. EDITH HAPvsw Enxvm IS Tvs memesn or nun CLASS WWE ENJCVS A GOOD AFGUMENT. HER LIVELY INTEPEET IN CURRENT EVENTS MAKES HER Donls FnANTz A8 A-Mouse' scar TYPIFIEB Donna. SH: ns AS ver unoscnosn ABOUT HER Futuna. Howsvsn, wc An: CERTAIN SHE WILL as SUCCESSFUL. 2? Vzgh AW 2. gf Ji' if 'As oulsr A WCRTPWFILE ADDITION T0 ANY GFOUFo ARLINE HERMAN ARLINE as A sooo WORKER AND A LovAL SENIOR. GIVEN A TASK T0 oo, SHE as CERTAIN TO COMPLETE IT. WITH THIS CHARACTERIBTIC succzes I8 ABSUREDQ BETHEL HENRY BETHEL us A RETIRING BUT COOPERATIVE MEMBER or THF CLASS. SHE I8 A vEnv ACTIVE MEMBER or THE F.H.A-T AND WE Know THAT SHE wlLL SUCCEED IN THE FUTURE- RuTH HENHV DEPENDABLE, ErrlcuENT AND LOVAL BEST DESCRIBE RUTH. NQTHING as Evsn T00 MUCH F-'OR HER TO DO AND EVEPVDNE APPRECIATES HEP WORK. JACK HuLLEn JACK'B MAIN lNTEnEsTs ARE TRACK AND HELEN. JAcx HA8 A VERY FLNE DIBPOBITION AND IB WELL Luxzo ev tvsnvouc. BECAUSE or THESE AssETs, wr ARE sun: HE WILL BE A success. 20 ALICE HoNTz ALICE IS ONE SENIOR WHOSE DPAMATIC ABILITV WAS SHOWN IN OUP SENIOR PLAY: ALICE LIKES TO TRAVEL SO WE HOPE SHE TRAVELS RIGHT INTO SUCCESS AND HAPPI- NESS IN THE FUTURE. I CYNTHIA JAQUIEH Ir vou SEE someone HUPPYING TowAwm SCHOOL AT 8:h5, IT WILL PnaBAeLY BE CINNIE--LATE AGAIN- SHE IS ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC COUPSE AND IS USUALLY sEEN WITH ALICE on JOANN. ALVA Jones A NEWCOMER T0 Tu: CLASS Tale YEAR, ALvA I8 av N0 uEANs WITHOUT FRIENDS. HIs CHEERV DISPOBITION ABBUIES HIM or THAT. HIs AMBITION IS TO own A rAnu. KENNETH HOWELL KEN I8 ONE or THE MORE ATHLETIC BOYS IN OUR CLASS, HAVING SERVED ON THE FOOT- BALL, BASKETBALL, VOLLYBALL, AND TRACK TEAMS. KEN PLANS TO STUDY EHVSICAL EDU- CATION AFTER GRADUATION. HELEN KESTER THOMAS JURISTA Ton IS ONE or THE QUIETER MEMBERS or TI-IE CLASSKWHEN I-IE's ASLEEPJ- Hrs HOBBIES ARE CIVIL AIR PATROL AND oRIvING HIS Foam CONVERTIBLE. LEE KELLER LEE IS QUIET auT IS A REAL RLueGER. HE WHENEVER vou SEE HELEN, vou WILL usuALLv FIND RUTH AT HER SIDE- HELENIS SUNNY DISPOSITION AND SPIIIT or co- OPERATION MAKE HER AN ASSET TO THE CLASS., '4vw'xI ,KS II, Que! dig wi, . sERvEo ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM AND WAS nEENLv INTERESTED IN IT. FAFMING IS LEE'S MAIN AMBITION. LOTS or LUCK, LEE. A 15A JUNE KESTER TRE souNo or LAUGHTER INDICATES JUNE'S PRESENCE- BECAUSE or HER DLEASING PERSONALITV SHE HAS GAIN- ED MANv FRIENDS- JUNE IS AN AcTIvE CHEERLEADER. FPANCIS KOZAK FRANCIS IS ONE OF THE SHOFTEF, BUT QUICK-WITTED OF THE CLASS. ALTHOUGH HE IS SHY AROUND THE OPPOSITE SEX, HE IS DNE OF THE FRIENDLIEST BOYS IN SCHOOL. 4 Y ROBERT LEE 'Baan HAILS Fnom LAKE CAREY. His FAVQGITE svonr IS BASKETBALL- Boa svenns MUCH or His Tuma DANCING AND rzAsrnG THE GIRLS- SH1nLsv LANAHAN SHunL:v JOINED our CLASS nn our MARGARET LAvAou Tn: souno or alcLlne Announces MAcolz's ARRIVAL, usuALLv AccoMPAnlso av noBHlEu- MAnaAn:v wLAns T0 ATTEND Business CoLLeoE Next YEAR. Bzsf wlsncs, MAGGIE. Sensor v:An. SH: wouuo LIKE TO ez- COME A NURSE AND WE'RE CERTAIN THAT SHE'LL MAKE A VERY EXCELLENT ONE. JOSEPH MILLER Jo: IS AN OUTSTANDING Ae STUDENT HAVING BEEN Awnnoso SEVERAL PRIZES ron HIS wonx. H: IB A FINE evuoznf AND TAKES Palo: IN DOING oooo wonx. Kean ur THE noon wonx, Joz. IRENE MARcv WHsNcvsn vou sc: A STHEAK or LIGHTNING HEADING ron SCHOOL, YOUILL KNOW lT'S PEAN- LATE AGAIN. SHE IS WELL KNOWN FOP HER CHEERLEADING ACTIVITIES: DONALD MILLER 'DON' IS A sooo sronr AND ALWAYS nsAov TO HELP A FRlENDn WHEN vou ss: DoN, vou CAN asf 'Buck' lSN'T FAR BEHIND H13 HOBQIES ARE HUNTING AND ROLLEP SKATINGQ Jo: Moussv Jos IS oN: or THE INDUSTRIAL Ant nova. lr vou ss: A Fono H:Aoco ron RUSSELL HILL IT WILL PROBABLY as Jos. Hr IB one or YH: eLAse Joxsne. BARBARA NDNTANYE BARBARA IS AN UNASSUMING BUT VERY CAP- ABLE COMMERCIAL STUDENT- SHE IS A nWHlZn AT THE TYPEWRITER AND SHORTHAND PAD AND WILL MAKE A VERY EFFICIENT SECRETARY. DORIS MORGAN WNEN vou HEAR SOMEONE MENTIQN WAvNE, 'wbna' I8 sun: TO BE AROUND- DORIS Ex- cELs IN THE ACADEMIC Counse AND IS VERY ACTIVE IN DPAMATICSQ SHE PLANS TO BE- COME A CI-I IROPRACTOR . PH II. Mvzns ALTHOUGH PHIL IS TAKING THE INDUSTRIAL AFTB counsE, HE PLANS TO ATTEND BIBLE INSTITUTE. HE IS THE rAIrHruL FOOTBALL AND VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD MANAGER. GENEV IEvE OLSWFSKI GENEVIEVE IS ALWAYS BUBBLING OVER WITH ENERGV AND PEP. SHE Is A COMMER' CIAL STUDENT WHO ENJOYS HAVING A GOOD TIME AND GETTING THE Mosr our or LIFE. mqgg FLORENCE PEHHOSKI UPEnKN CAME To us IN HEP SENIOR vEAn Enom LAKE ASIEL. SHE IS A MAJORETTE AND HAS ssnvzo AS oun cLAss TlEAsunEw. NE RE sunE SHE wILL BE A SUCCESS AS A TEACHER AFTER ATTENDINS VARYWOOD CQLLESE. Donne PHILLIPS DORIE IS ONE or THE Mons ATHLETIC MEMBERS or oun CLASS. SHE TAKES PART IN THE TuMSLINc cLue AND PLAV8 INTSA- MURAL BASKETBALL. Gooo LUCK. DORIS. JOANN ROBINSON Jo IS A DETITE GIRL, FULL or sun- PRISES AND FUN. ENROLLED IN THE ADA- DEMIC COUPSE, SHE STILL FINDS TIME ron SEnvING ON COMMITTEES AND TAKING AN AcTIvE PAnT IN THE SENIOF TPI-HI-V. as WAVNE QOBINSON WHENEVER vou HEAR ANYONE TALKINQ ABOUT CLAPKS SUMMIT, vou cAN BE sul: THAT WAYNE IS AROUND. H: IS IN THE AGRICULTURE Counss. ELEANQH Ross ELLIE IS A GIRL wHo ALWAYS HAS A SMILE row EVERYONE. SHE IS HEAD MAJOR! ETTE IN THE BAND AND IS suEE TO SUCCEED WITH HEP PLEASANT wAvs AND PEPSONALITY. SHIRLEY SCHAEFFR SHIwLEv IS AS PPETTY AS A PICTURE ANU cIsDLAvs TO THE HIGHEST DEGREE THE QUALITIES or A LAov. SHE IS INTERESTED IN APT PARTICULARLV DESIGNING. CHARLES SHAw CHARLIE IS oNE or THE Mosr 9OPULAl SENIORS--A FAVORITE AMONG HIS CLASS' MATEE EsPEcIALLv THE OPPOSITE ssx. HE IS OUTSTANDING IN SPORTS. MARY Lou RUMBOLD ALWAYS Busv BEST TVDIFIES MAPY Lou. SHE IS ACTIVE IN TRI-HI-Y, CHORUS AND SPORTS. WITH HER GLAMOUP AND QEPSON- ALITV SHE WILL CERTAINLV MAKE A SUCCESS- FUL NURSE. 427 LELAND Snunr RALPH SHELDON BPOWNIE is ALWAYS AROUND WHEN THEPE'S A Jax: IN THE Ann. Hns MAIN INTERESTS ARE spowrs AND THE CAP EUs:NEss. HE as ALSO ACTIVE IN Hu-Y woax. EAPL SHOTWELL EAEL as AN AcTnvE Ae. STUDENT, BEING PRESIDENT OF F.F.A. FDR A YEAP AND CARRY- ING QUT vARaoUs OTHER FUNCTIONS. HE'LL LONG BE EEMEMBERED FDR THE TIME SPENT ON THE AWANATUNK AFTER SCHOOL. 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SHE MAE BEEN A CHEER0 LEADER ron THREE YEARS. ENROLLED IN THE ACADEMIC CLASS, SHE IS PLANNING T0 oo TO COLLEGE. GRACE SIcKLsn IN sPIT: or Hen rlsnv neo HAIR, GPACE IS A vcnv CALM, COOL, AND COLLECTED Pen- BON. SHE IS TAKING THE Home Ec. counss, BUT HAS NO DEFINITE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE. We' wmv A BETTY SNOVER BECAUSE sn: IS so QUIET, venv few or Us REALLY KNOW BETTY- SH: I8 A sooo STUDENT AND WILL NAK: A vznv cour:T:NT SECRETARY' Tnzononz SHON8 'Teo' IS sun: TO HAVE Numznous FRIENDS ALL THOUGH LIFE escAuse or HIS sooo NATURED ATTITUDE TOWARD OTHER PEOPLE. H: IB PLANNING TO azcomc A msmacn or SoHNs 'NCo SUzANN: Sworrono SU: IS A FATHER nsssnvzo Msmesn or THE CLASS. HER SUNNY DISPOSITION HAS WON Hen MANv FIIENDS EVEN THOUGH su: HAs e:eN WITH Us JUST TWO YEARS- KATHPVN SUTTON KITTY IS DNE or our MOST CAPABLE COMMERClALSa SHE IB OUTSTANDING IN SCHOOL AS WELL AS IN EXTFA-CUR- nIcuLAn ACTIVITIES. KITTY 9LANS TO ATTEND COLLEGE AFTER GPADUATIONU - ELSIE STEVENS TALL AND WELL KNOWN IS THE BEST DE- SCRIPTION or ELSIE. AcTIvE IN svonrs, EsPEcIALLv BASKETBALL, SHE HELPED BRING THE SENIOR GIRLS' TEAM TO vlcronv. EDITH STONE A .S!.',Q'L 3255 T 'A iQgS7wQ 1 55-Qufw: ,4 I: Mfi:-,343':wwgiIb,,.,f2xIf.,Z':4, -' -QT 7' fi? Vinfk 7-gin 'WIKI 'f"1f3fY5.,A W V. 5"AYEfi ,. , ' ' ' ' A:"f1'f-!- I-:22.i::4 '1 -195: -v-f. wi- ,MIAA ,MSR You CAN ALwAvs TELL EDITH ev I-IEP QUICK SMILE AND DIMDLES. SHE lS AN ACTIVE MEM- BER or THE F.H.A. BUT IS UNDECIDED ABOUT THE FUTURE. if ,I . ' I1Y' iff 1.5 nf - ..,, 7' W Lo I s SWEET LoIs IS A vznv FRIENDLY SENIOR USUALLY SEEN WITH MAnv AND JULIA. SHE I8 A MEM- aen or THE NEWSPAPER STAFF AND.GlRL3' Cnonus. B:N THOMAS BENNY IS ANOTHER lNoueTnlAL Anrs STUDENT. Howsvsn, Nas cAa, RATHER THAN scHooL, seems T0 ss Nas MAIN INTElESTe wwmii ,, J. , ,. f -- ,Q QQ 1? H Ngh f Roszmnnv Volfzx Rosle, THE GIRL wlTH LONG BLOND HAIR, IS KNOWN ev EVERYONE- SN: as aNe or ous MAJORETTESn auf HAs NO DEI-'INITE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE: Jos WALL Jonas IS waLL KNOWN AS THF NEATEST ANNA TbMOLONlS Suv, swear AND WILLING T0 no HER PART ls ANNA. UeuALLv SEEN warn Jessi: AND GENEVIEVE sus sznvzs AS A BALANCE WHEEL ron THE fnlo. DPESSEQ IN THE CLASS. Hs IS zMJL9vEo AT THE Locxsn PLANT' ANU IS venv INTER seven um DHOTOGRADHY. W - Q 31 1 HELEN WHITE PATRICIA WALL PATSY AND CLAQA ARE LIKE A cup AND SAUCER, USUALLY SEEN TOGETHER. PATSY PLANS TO QEMAIN AT HENRlE'S Deus STonE. BEST WISHESI PATSY- SALLY WALL SALLY ALWAYS HAS A KIND WORD AND A SMILE FOR EVERYONE. SHE LOVES T0 TALK AND COULD BE EASILY NICKNAMED NGIGGLES SHE IS AN ACADEMIC STUDENT AND EXCELS IN FRENCH. Fm '95 HELEN IS ONE or-' THE GIRLS THAT HAS BEEN WITH us SINCE FIRST GRADE. SHE'S VERY EAsv T0 GET ALONG WITH AND IS PLANNING TO ENTER THE sEnvIcE AFTER GQADUATION. ROBERT WHITE Bos IB A QUIET, BCHOLARLY CHAP wH0 IB LIKED av EVERYONE- Hls BKILL A8 A TYPIBT ALONG WITH HIS TALENT ron ART WILL ASSURE HIM or A FINE POSITION IN THC FUTURE. WILLIAM WILLIAMS TH: ABILITY TO GET ALONG w:LL WITH orusns as om: or BlLL's OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTICS: Hs IB A noon sfuozwr AND WILL cenTAaNLv as AN ASSET T0 ANY coLL:cz. KENNETH WINTERMUTE KEN IB OUR FAITHFUL AND LOVAI. YEA!- soox EDITOR. THouoHTruLN:ss or ovnzne AND RESPECT FOI DUTY ARE TWO OF MIS OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTICS: YEARBUUH EUMMITTEE5 B E3098 c .SH -fx v AW B'EALTgusn ' E.S'r:vE,x,s, L S P.NNgva5, ' 'CM 5.81-I QQUNGE ' ELDON nmnvv' A' 1s'r Row: C..JAQuusH, D.Pn-m.lPs, J.RoamsoN. END Row: T.Sos-ms, L.KEl.n.s:R, B-WILLIAMS E. EP! H, MST .gow E. T--JU coRNf""' H -'ZW' RISTAQ Ml LoR DUKON' M'Jv Ex-Lswoivo FAU! UMBOLDQ M.E 151 ROM S'Bu.UNG6'A. JONES' "US, J.Do HAavE"v C'F wovf' NOVAN Sv-wo1WE""' . 314 UUTSTA UI B SE IDRS RUTH HENRV FLORENCE PERKosKl MARV Lou RUMSQLD Lois SICK GENEvlEvE OLswrsKl SHIRLEV ScHAEFEn KITTV SUTTON MILLIE ELLIS RUTH HENRY BETTY SNOVER NDST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST POPULAR MOST DEPENDABLE MOST COURTEOUS WITTIEST BEST LOOKING Dose MOST Fon ScHooL MOST ATHLETIC MosT STUDIOUS Mosr Scnloue 35 FRANCIS KozAK . CHARLES SHAW KEN WINTERMUTE BROWNIE SHELDON ALVA JQNEB LEE SHUPP KEN WINTERMUTE CHAnLEs HAW Boa WHITE HARRY FAux HISTUPIY THE YEAR 'MY' sAw THE SENIOPS or '51' ENTER THEIR FREEHMEN VEAR. THRDUGH THIS VEAR, MADE SUCCESSFUL UNDER THE GUIDANCE or Miss LuTEs AND MR. SECHRIST, WE suRvIvED AND LEAPNED THE WAYS AND ANTICS or ouR UPPEPCLASSMEN. THESE WE PUT T0 Gooo USE AT VARIOUS TIMES MUCH TO THE DISMAV or ouR TEACHERS AND DELIGHT or oun FELLOW STUDENTS. Books, GUIDANCE, A LITTLE EFFORT' AND MUCH BROW BEATING HELPED US T0 MAKE IT A vEAR T0 REMEMBER. THIs wAs THE YEAP THAT OPENED THE DOORS T0 FAME AND FORTUNE ron ALL. WE STARTED OUR FIRST vEAR or SENIOR HIGH WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASMG OUP VEAR' WAS MAD' COMPLETE "WITH OUR TWO VEPV DEPENDABLE LEADERS, MRS. BUNNELL AND MR. SEcHRIsT. THIS WAS THE YEAR THAT ouR FAMOUS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM WAS FDRMED. WE THERE VERY MUCH SADDENED THIS YEAR WHEN ONE or ouR FELLOW CLASSMATESy CLINTON SPPOUT, wAs STPICKEN WITH POLIOMVELITISQ WE HAVE SUCH THINGS AS ouR AssEMDLv PROGRAM AND BIOLOGV HuNTs TO REMEMBER. WE JOVFULLV ENDED ouR SOPHO' MORE YEAR, ANxIouaLv WAITING TO SEE wHAT wAs IN STORE FOR us IN ouR TWO REMAINING YEARS AT T. H. S. As JUNIORS WE HAD MIss RUTLEDGE AND MR. REMLEV AS ouR CLASS ADVISORSQ THE HIGH LIGHT or THE YEAR wAs THE JR. SRoRTe SPREE WHICH WE CONDUCTED WITH GREAT suoczss. WE INITIATED A NEW cusToM. or A SPORTS KING- CHARLIE SHAW WAS THE RECIPIENT OF THE HONOR- WE WEPE soRRv TO FIND ouR JUNIOR vEAR AT AN END, BUT WE ALL LOOKED FORWARD TO ouR 8ENIoR YEAR- WE ENTEREDIOUR FINAL vEAR UNDER THE BUPERVIBION or MRD. BUNNELL AND MR. SECHRISTA OUR FOOTBALL TEAM HAVING ITs FIRST UNDEFEATED SEASON RECORD WAS A MAJOR AGHIEVEMENT IN THE SPORTS WORLD' THE CLASS MEMBERS WILL LONG RECALL SUCH ACTIVITIES AS THE HALLowEEN PARTIES. THE CLASS nLAv HTHE OLD ScHooL SPIRIT' AND THE CHRISTMAS DANCE WITH A SNOWBALL QUEEN SELECTED BY THE ORCHESTRA. THE BIGGEST AND FINEST or THEM ALL SOON GAME--THE SENIOR BALL!! WE BPENT MANV HARD AND ANXIOUB HOURS RRERARING FDR THIS IMPORTANT EVENING, AND THERE WERE MANV TROUBLES, BUT WE MANAGES T0 MAKE IT A GREAT SUCCESS. WE NOW LEAVE ouR SENIOR VEAR WITH HIGH SCHOOL DAV8 LONG T0 BE RE- MEMDERED. 36 WILL ,,. Cf ,.. WE Q40 DF THE OF 4fR . Aww! afwnafv-fe. , IN THE COUNTY or IQ! .9-A-Vw,-af AND STATE QFCZD , BEING or SOUND MIND ANU MEMORY 00 MAKE, PUBLISH AND CECLAWE oUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT IN MANNER FOLLOWING, THAT IS T0 sAv: TUNKHANNOCK HIGH SCHOOL DO AS WE PASS THROUGH THESE DOORS AND DECLARE THIS T0 BE oUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT AS 'WE', THE CLASS or 1951 or EOR THE LAST TIME, PUBLISH FOLLOWS! TO oun TEAQHERE OURIDVE ron HAVING FUNA WWE, THE CLASS or '51 WILL WWE, THE SENIOR GIRLS WILL TO THE JUNIOR GIPLE OUR ABILITY TO PLAY EASKETBALLQ WWE, THE SENIOP Eovs WILL TO THE UNDEFCLAESMAN oUR LovELv HAIR CUTS. I, JULIA BALL, WILL mv LOVE ron SQUARE DANCING T0 JANET KENNEDY. fFAMoUs SAVING----YOU KNOW WHATT, I, CLARA BILLINQS, WILL mv ACTING AaILITv T0 PAUL BAKER. QFAMOUS SAVING---uNONDEP IF I GoT A LETTEP TooAv?ND I, ELECTA CARTER, WILL mv ASSOPTED ACTIVITIES TO NARv BENSQNA QFAMOUS SAVING--'NGOING SKATINQ ToNIGHT?'D I, MILDRED CORNELL, WILL uv POSITION oN THE NEWSPAPER CLUB TO DAvE SECHFIST. KFAMoUs SAVING---UBOV, wAs I MADUHB I, HELEN DAVIDSON, WILL mv EFFICIENCY IN SHORTHAND T0 JOAN Hoses. fFAMoUs SAVING-QHFOF CPVING oUT LOUD.n5 I, MARION DIcxINsoN, WILL mv ABILITY T0 MAKE MISS HARMON LAUGH TO JAMES SCHOONOVERn fFAMous SAVING--nl'M HAVING mv TROUBLE TODAVAHD I, SHIRLEY DIx0N, WILL mv LOVE Fon THE OPPOSITE sEx IN NIcHoLsoN TO FAITH MILLER. KFFMOUS SAYING---HEDITH HHHHH9', I, MILDPED ELLIaI , WILL mv ABILITY AT SPORYS TO SNUFF DUBoIcE. I QFAMOUS SAYING---NOHHHHH Noo00000o.'j ELLswoRTH, WILL Mv 125 INCHES or mv HEIGHT T0 ART GAELEQ II, ELLswoRTH, WILL mv LOVE Fon GOING sTEAnv TO LOPPAINE PODLASKIu I, MAPV IFAMous SAVING---HOH DEAR. I, JOAN IFAMOUB SAYING--nl DON'T xNow.WQ WE, JESSIE EVEPETTS AND GENEVIEVE OLswrsxI, WILL ouR FRIDAV POLKA MATINEE TO CATHERINE K08CELANSKYn I, DoRIs FPANTZ, WILL mv QUIETNESS TO ROBERTA BARHER. QFAMOUB sAvINo, NHI ROSIE no vou WANT T0 so TO FALLS ToNIeHT.nJ 37 I. EDITH HARVEY, WILL Mv GIFT or nGABn T0 BARBARA HOGAN. KFAMOUB eAvING---'HII HONEVQWJ I, RUTH HENnv, WILL Mv UEINSTEIN EEAINN TO SALLV DUNN. P. 5. MAKE GOOD Us: or IT. CFAMoUs SAYING---HNOT NMcH.nD I, ARLINE HEPMAN, WILL Mv PEFEPEE WHISTLE TO MICHALINE SKIBITSKIQ QFAMoUs SAVING---HHEV SAGE-GUESS WHATTNJ I, ALICE HONTZ, WILL Mv LovE FOR SPOTLIGHTS T0 ELLEN CLARK. IFAMOUE sAvING---NWELL, SMELL THAT ?I I, CVNTHIA JAQUISH, WILL mv ABILITY TO GET TO SCHOOL ON TIME T0 PAUL BAKER- KYQU BETTER suv A CLOCKA? I, HELEN KESTER, WILL mv LOVE row Home Room SEATING ARRANGEMENT T0 PHVLLIS HOWELL' CFAMoUs sAvING---NBAND TONlGHT.n, I, JUNE KESTEH, WILL mv LOVE Fon DANCING TO ELLEN CLARK- QFANDUS SAVING---NOH LAND I THOUGHT I'o DIEpu, Il I, MAEGAQET LAvAoU, WILL Mv NGAB SESSIONS IN ENGLISH TO JIM SCHOONOVER. CFAMoUs SAYING---WVR sTooGE.'J I, SHIQLEV LEHAHAN, WILL Mv LOVE Fon UNDERCLASSMEN T0 Lots ANDERSON. QFAMQUE SAVING---HI sAv THERE OLD GIRLau, I, IRENE MAPCY, WILL Mv GENTLE VOICE TO VIVIENNE FAgggTT CFAMOUS sAvING---NL-A-V-A.N THE F. B. I. IN PEACE AND wAn.'J I, BARBARA MQNTANYE, WILL Mv LOVE FOR SHOPTHAND T0 NANcv HAEoING. KFAMOUS sAvING---NARLINE ARE vou GOING TO LACEVVILLE TQNIGHTTND I, DoRIs MQEGAN, WILL ALLlMY FRIENDS T0 THE JUNIOR CLASS. fFAMOUS SAVING---NNOBODV wAs THEnE.nJ I, FLonENcE PERKOSKI, WILL Mv COMMON SENSE TO ETHEL BALL. fFAMoUs SAVING---MOH I DON'T THINK so.Uj I, DOPIB PHILLIPE, wILL Mv EUBBLE GUM TO LEONA LATOSEK. QFAMQUS SAYING---HDD voU THINK THE EAIN WILL HURT THE nHu5Apg?'J I, JOANN ROBINSON, WILL Mv JEEP TO KENNETH KINGSTON. KFAMOUB sAvING---NOH vou Elo LUG.WJ I, ELEANOR Ross, WILL Mv POSITION AS HEAD MAJOPETTE TO JEAN BUxAs. CFAMoUs SAYING---WWHO PLAYS TODAVUHD I, MAPV Lou RUMBOLD, WILL Mv POSITION or DISTRICT PRESIDENT or THE Tnl-Hl-Y TO PEGGIE HONEYWELL. I, SHIFLEV SCHAEFER, WILL Mv BEAUTIFUL wAvE T0 ANY JUNIOR wHo WANT8'TO SIT UP EvEnv NIGHT AND FIX IT. IFAMoUs SAVING---nDO vcu KNOW wHAT?'J I, LOIS SIGN, WILL Mv LovE Fon ExcITEMENT T0 ETHEL SPACE, CFAMOUB SAYING---WTHE HECK.n7 I. GRACE BIcxLEl. WILL Mv LONG RED CURL8 TO JEAN HAPVEY. KFAMOUB sAvING ---'0H. VA oUMa THlNG.', I. BETTY 8NOVERp WILL Mv HEIGHT T0 MARION HERMAN. cFAMOU8 sAvING--"THAT-'s ron 8UFEn', 38 I I v I I I SUE Sporroao, WILL mv ABILITV TO MAKE LIKE A MONKEY TO JOAN CARTER. QFAmous SAVING---nI'LL er DOWN TONIGHTAND , ELSIE STEVENS, WILL mv SECRET or HOW T0 BE AT EASE AT ALL TIMES TO ALICE MAooEN. CFAMOUS SAYING---MOH, I JUST CAN'T HELP MVSELF.uj EDITH STONE WILL mv LovE ron THE AIR CoRRs TO JOAN Hoses. I I IFAMOUS SAYING---HMV SHOES ARE muoov AGAIN.nj , KITTY SUTTON, WILL mv HALLWAV ROMANCE TO LOUISE EIGELOW. IFAmous SAVING---NOH, I DON'T KNOW-HJ , LOIS SWEET, WILL mv FRECKLEO NOSE TO BARBARA HOGAN. , ANNA TOMOLONIB, WILL mv FRIENDLY SMILE TO BETTY KITCHNEFSKY. IFAmous sAvING---NFOR GOODNESS SAKE.uJ , ROSEMARV VOITEK, WILL mv LOVE ron TPUMPETEEPS TO LOUISE EIGELOW. CFAmous SAVING---HAPE vou GOING T0 FALLS TONIGHT, DQRISYUD , PATSY WALL, WILL mv Jos AT HENRIES T0 BARBARA HOGANQ KFAMOUS PAYING---HI WONDER IF I Gov ANv MAIL TooAv.nD , SALLV WALL, WILL mv QUIET VIRTUES TO CLARENCE AVRESo , HELEN WHITE, WILL mv SENSE or HuMoR T0 BETTY MONTROSE. IFAmous sAvING---NHI, PAT. Guess WHO wAs IN TONIGHTGHD , BETHEL HENRv, WILL ALL mv BOVFRIENDS TO JANET HOLMES. , WARREN BENsoN, WILL mv LUNCH PAIL T0 CLARENCE BALTRUBAITIS, so vnu WON'T FORGET ouR LUNCH. P. S. VouR sIsTER WON'T BE HERE NEXT YEAR. IFAMOUB SAVING---HWHAT YA DOINGTN, , ARTHUR BQUNGES8, WILL mv LOVE ron TEASING GIRLS To DEXTER SILLE. , DONALD BUCKINGHAM, WILL mv DONKEV RIDING T0 BERTIE SHU99n , HERMAN DUBOICE, WILL mv LOVE Fon EARLv Houns TO DAVE SECHPIST. QFAmous SAYING---nWHAT'8 NEWTHI , JOHN DONOVAN, WILL mv BASKETBALL ABILITY T0 DEXTER WILLS. , FRED Dvmowo, WILL mv ABILITY TO WORK ON THE TRAmPoLINE TO JAmEs LAVAOU. , HARRv FAUX' wILL mv QUIET MANNER TO MAvaERT Huoov. , BRocKv EUSTICE, WILL mv LovE ron Fonos T0 KATE JENKINS. IFAmous SAVING---uWHERE'S JOANTWD , PAUL FITCH, WILL THE A THAT I Gov IN mv P. or D. EXAM T0 PAT AMBROSE. , CARL GREENLV, WILL mv HEIGHT T0 PEGGY HONEYWELL. IFAMOUS SAVING---NOH, vnu BEAUTIFUL DOLLQNJ , JACK HILLER, WILL mv LOVE ron COUNTRY GIRLS TO NILE SHUPP. , KENNV HOWELL, WILL mv LOVE ron THE OPPOSITE sEx T0 GENE COOLBAUGH. KFAMUUS sAvING---nJusT TEAsING.UJ 39 I, ALvA Jones, WILL Mv AaILITv ron TELLING aoKEs T0 JOAN CARTER. CFAMoue eAvIvG---????????????H I, ToM JURISTA, wILL Mv DISLIKE roR GIRLS T0 KEN KINesToN. CFAMous SAYING---NGET, VA eoTHER ME.WJ I, LEE KELLER, WILL Mv NICKNAME HMOONH TO LvLE ANDERSON. I, FRANCIS KOZAK, WILL Mv LovE ron WOMEN TO Don JAMEBo CFAMous SAYING---HWANNA BETTNB ROBERT LEE, WILL Mv LOVE FOR DRIVING TO CARL MACAFEEq KFAMOUS SAVING---NAPE vou GOING TONIGHTTHD WILL Mv LOVE ron SHOP TO FRANK AMACHER. I, DONALD MILLER, fFAMous SAVING---HWHERE ARE WE GOING, Bucx?HD I, JOSEPH MILLER, fFAMous sAvINc---nI'o RATHER RAISE cHIcRENe.HD I, PHILLIR MYERS, fFAMOUS SAVING---NWHAT A TEAM.nD U KFAMOUB SAVING---nWHERE olo JOANN so WITH THAT JEEPTHD WILL Mv DEBATABLE AeILITv TO CARL CARPENTER. WILL Mv AeILITv TO HAVE AN OPINION ON EVEPVTHING To THoMAs RAIL. I WAvNE ROBINSON, WILL Mv SEAT IN THE CLARxs SUMMIT MOVIES T0 DExTER SILLs I, CHARLES SHAW, wILL ALL Mv SECRET ADMIRERE TO CLARENCE BALTRusAITIs. KFAMous sAvINe---'WHERE's SHELDON?n7 I, EROWNIE SHELDON, WILL Mv GUSPENDERS FROM THE DONKEV BASKETBALL GAME YO EDWKPD CPAGLEu QFAMOUS SAVING---nl CAN'T REPEAT ITeuD EARL SHOTWELL, WILL Mv F. F. A. PROJECTS TO NILE SHuRP. QFAMOUB SAYING---RWHEREIS RuTH?nD I. I QFAMous SAYING---HHI, KEEEEo.HJ I, BENJAMIN THoMAs, WILL Mv CAP T0 WILLIAM CLARK. fFAMous SAYING---NPILE IN IF vou ARE GOING WITH ME.HD I LELAND SHuRR, WILL Mv ABILITV TO FALL ASLEEP IN SCHOOL TO JOE SCHOONOVEP I THEODORE SOHNS, WILL Mv ABILITY TO HAVE FUN TO ALL JOLLV MAKERS. I JOSEPH WALL WILL Mv ABILITY TO CHOOSE NICE CLOTHES TO ARNOLD STCLAIRL O I CFAMous SAVING---NUH, GEEz...ND I CFAMous sAvINc---NLET's co, WARREN.NJ I ROBERT WHITE, WILL Mv APTISTIC ABILITY TO GEORGE OSTPOWSKVQ I, WILLIAM WILLIAMS, WILL Mv LOVE FOR TPADPING TO DONALD STOVER. fFAMous SAVING---ul DISAGPEE, NR. SEcHRIsT.nj I, KENNETH WINTFPMUTE, WILL Mv cREw CUT T0 CARL SHOTWELL. fFAMous SAVING---HLETIS GO TO SUMMIT TONIGHT, HUHIHD WITNESS WHEREOF WE HAVE HEFEUNTO SUBSCQIEED OuR NAME AT 'f-! PENNsvLvANIA, THE.5 okv or IN THE vEAR oNE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND ' -lfn L pizza :fix no I If PHUPHEEY CLASS OF '51 IN '61 Nh. AND Nhe. JACK HILLER' FDRMERLY MISS HELEN KESTER, NOW RESIDING IN KINGSTON DECIDE TO TAKE A TRIP T0 THEIR OLD HDME TOWN. As THEY APDROACH TUNRHANNDCR ON THE NEW SUPER HIGHWAY, THEY SEE NbGAN'S DINER, NOW MANAGED BY HELEN WHITE AND HER HEADWAITRESS, SHIRLEY LANAHANA CONTINUING DN, THEY RASS JOE hbNSEV'S HCITV SERVICE GAG STATIDNN WHICH IS IN FULL OPEPATIOND FURTHER DOWN THE ROAD THEY COME TO THE HOME or SRYHAYEN CONTINENTAL AIRLINES. HARRY FAUx IS PRESIDENT AND HIS HEAD STEwARDEss IS MILLIE ELLIS. IN THE SAME BUILDING IS THE CROSS COUNTRY RESTAURANT OWNED AND DRERATED EY BETHEL HENRY. A BIT FURTHER DowN THE ROAD THEY MEET PHIL MYERS FDRMERLY KNOWN AS NFIREMANW MYERS, BUT NOW KNOWN AS WFIRE AND BRIMSTDNEH MYERS, THE EYANGELIST. PHIL I8 LEADING A MEETING IN FRONT or HIS NEW CHURCH. CRDSSING THE SUSQUEHANNA RIYER BRIDGE, THEY STOP AT SHELDON'S GARAGE AND CHAT WITH BRowNIE AND HIS HEAD MECHANIC, CARL GREENLEY. LEAVING THE CAR THERE, THEY START UP TOWN. THEY GO INTO THE A 8 P, NOW UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF JOE MILLER. WHEN THEY CDME OUT THEY MEET ALICE HoNTz, wHo HAS JUST RETURNED FROM CALIEDRNIA. SHE IS WORKING FOR M. G. M. ACROSS THE STREET, THEY NOTICE THAT CLARA BILLINGS, THE FUNERAL DIWECTOR, HAS JUST HIRED A NEW HEAPSE DRIVER. NONE OTHER THAN Boa LEE. THEY RETURN FOR THEIR CAR AND CONTINUE UP TowN. TURNING RIGHT, THEY STOP AT HENFIEIS DRUG STORE AND MEET THE NEW OWNEP5, PATSY WALL AND BETTY BALTRUSAITIS. OVER A COKE, THEY GLANCE THROUGH A NOVEL ON HORSES BY THE EAMDUS AUTHOR MARY ELLSWORTH. THEY RETURN To THEIR CAR AND START FOR TED SDHNS, JR., THE MAKER or THE WSEYERACEW THAT MAKES YOU WALK ON AlR.n NtATBALL'S BOOKKEEPER 18 MIL CORNELL. THEIR NEXT STOP I8 THE TUNRHANNDCR BRDADCASTING CDMRANY TO HEAR THE NATION'S NUMBER DNE COMEDIAN. ALVA JONES. HIS GUESTS ARE THE soaav-eDxER THRILL, BILL WILLIAMS AND TWO STARS or THE PHILADELPHIA EAGLES, CHARLIE SHAW AND SUNFISH SHUPPD AMONG THE SPECTATOR8 ARE CHARLlE'S BETTER HALF, SUE SPOFFORD AND IRENE nPEANn MARCV. A SECRETARY EDR THE F. B. I. Boa WHITE IS HER ESCORTQ ON THEIR wAY To SHADOW BROOK DAIRY, THEY MEET WORLD RENOWNED MODEL, RCSEMARY VDITEH, AND HER GOWN DESIGNER, SHIRLEY SCHAEEER TOURING IN ROSEMARY'B LIMOUSINES REACHING THE DAIRY, THEY DISCOVER IT I8 BEING RUN sv PAUL FITCH AND HIS ASSISTANT, DDN MILLER. AFTER INBPECTING THE FARM, THEY LEAVE roR FRED DVMOND'B FAMOUS WNELDDY HORSE STABLE8u wITH HIS STAR RODEO PERFORMERS, Lola SWEET AND MARGARET LAYADU. FRED IS ALSO WELL HNDWN AB A Cowaov SINGER. RETURNINO T0 TUNKHANNOCK, THEY STOP IN AT GENEVIEVE OLBWFBKl'B PDLNA STUDID. fJENNY HAS LOST 15 RDUNDS SINCE SHE OPENED., HER SECRETARY I8 ANNA TOMOLONIS AND THE DANCING INBTRUCTORB ARE JESSIE EYERETTS AND JULIA BALL. THEIR NEXT STOP I6 AT BRowNIEe UNDER THE MANAGEMENT or ELECTA CARTER AND HER HEADWAITRESB, GRACE SICKLERA IN ERDNT or Rose AND WALL'8, FORMERLV JOHNSON AND RISCH, THEY MEET BOIL- CDNSERYATIDNIST, EARL SHDTHELL AND GAME PROTECTOR TDM JURISTA. THEY G0 UP THE STREET AND STOP IN AT THE BUTCHEP SHOP OPERATED BV BEN NN0 EINGEREW THDMAS. As THEY CRDSS TO MlLLIE'S NOW OPERATED BV ARLINE HERMAN, THEY TALK FOR AWHILE WITH HELEN DAVIDSON AND BETTY SNOVERD LEAYING MlLLlE'S, THEY SEE THE ROBINSON Bus LINE WHICH RUNS FROM TUNRHANNDGR T0 CLARKE SUMMIT. STERRING ON THE SUS wERE JOHN DONOVAN AND THE RICH OIL MAN ERDM FoRRsToN, KEN WINTERMUTED AMDNG soME or THE OTHER RAEEENGERS HERE ELSIE STEVENS AND JUNE KESTER WHO ARE NOW SERVING IN THE W. A. A. C. ON UP THE STREET ERDM MlLLlE'8 I8 EDITH STONE AND OOPIB FRANTZ'B BEAUTY SALON. DoRIe MDRGAN IS THEIR DIETICIAN FOR SUGGEETICNS ON NHOW T0 REDUCEN. GOING INTO THE NEW ATOMIC LABORATORY, THEY MEET FRANCIS KozAH AND RUTHIE HENRY. PRDEESSDR KOIAK HAS JUST STARTLED THE WORLD WITH HIS DIsCovERY or THE HINCROTIN, THE MACHINE WITH THE BDLE PURPOSE or EXTERMINATING THE nTHING'. LEAYING THE LABORATORY, THEY STOP AT MR. AND MRS. BRDCNY EUSTICE'S CFOPMERLV JOAN ELLSWORTHJ PHOTOGRAPHY SHOP- BRDCRY HAS JUST DEYELDRED SDME EXCLUSIVE PICTURES or THE THREE 'GREAT8 IN OPERA' - SHIRLEY DIXON. ART BRUNGESS, AND ACCDMPANIET, MARION DICKINSON. LEAYING THE SHOP AT U1 THE TIME IS HERM ON-THE-SPOT DuBDIcE, THE SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHER. THE HILLERE THEN LEAVE EDR THAT n0REAT BULWARK or LEARNINGn, THEIR ALMA MATER T. H. S. AT THE Doon THEY ARE MET ev NR. AND MRS. KEN HOWELL QFORMERLV Mwas KITTY SDTTDND. KEN IS HEAD COACH' THEY ALSO MEET DORIS PHILLIRE, THE GIRLS PHVS. ED. TEADHER. WHILE THEv ARE STROLLING THPOUGH THE HALL, THEY STOP IN AT THE FACULTY MEETING WHERE THEY FIND BARBARA LbNTANVE, PRINCIPAL, SPEAKING TO LDIs SICK, HEAD or THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT AND CvNTHIA JAQUISH, HEAD or THE Ac. DEPARTMENT. THERE HAS BEEN SBME TROUBLE WITH THE ODOP or CVNTHlA'B CHICKEN ERDDDER DPIFTING INTO CAFETERIA. LATE IN ATTENDING MEETING ARE FLORENCE PERKDEHI AND Jo ANN ROBINSON, wHo ARE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUPERVISORSA THE SPEAKERS ARE THE TWO EMONENT HEALTH AUTHORITIES, EDITH HARVEY AND MARY Lou RUMBOLDA THE HILLERS' NEXT STOP I8 MILE HILL, HOME or WARREN EENSON'S ART STUDIOS. AT THE TIME THEv REACH THERE, WARREN IS PAINTING A PICTURE or THE uNORTH EATON FARMEN, WHICH, IVCIDENTALLY, ARE MANAGED av ORN BUCKINGHAM. NOT FAR FROM WARREN's IB LEE KELLER AND SALLY WALL'a ORPHANAGE HOME, THE nBov'e TowN or THE EAST.N As THE HILLERE RETURN HOME, THEV THINK or THE PLEASANT TIME THEY HAVE SPENT IN THEIR OLD HOME TOWN - TUNKHANNOCK, PENNSYLVANIA. TED SOHNS LEE KELLER BILL WILLIAMS CYNTHIA JAouIsH DORIS PHILLIPE JDANN ROBINSON 112 SPI. DIHEETUHY NAME JULIA BALL BETTY BALTRUBAITIB CLARA BILLINGB ELECTA CARTER MH-DQED CORNELL HELEN DAVIDSON MARION DICKINsoN SHIRLEY DIXON MILDRED ELLIS MARV ELLewoRTH JOAN ELLewoRTH JESSIE EVERETTB DORIS FRANTZ EDITH HARVEY BETHEL HENRY RUTH HENRT ARLINE HERMAN ALICE HONTZ CYNTHIA JAQUIBH HELEN KEBTER JUNE KEBTER MARGARET LAvAou BHIRLEV LENAHAN 'RENE MARCV BARBARA MoNTANvE DORIS MORGAN GENEvIEvE OLSWFSKI FLORENCE PERKOBKI DORIS PHILLIRE JOANN ROBINSON ELEANOR Ross MARY Lou RUMBOLD SHIRLEY SCHAEFER Lols SICK GRACE SIOKLER BETTV SNOVER SUE Svorrono ELaI: STEVEND EDITH STONE KATHRVN SUTTON Lols SNEET ANNA TOMOLONIB ROSEMARV VCITEK PATSY WALL SALLY WALL HELEN WHITE WARREN BENSON ARTHUR BRUNoEss DON BUCKINCHAM JOHN DONOVAN HERMAN OU BOICE FRED DVMOND Bnocnv EUBTICE HARRV FAux PAUL FITCH CARL GREENLEY JACK HILLER KEN HOWELL ALVA JCNED Ton JUPIBTA ADDRESS SHUPP HILL E. LEMON BRIDGE ST- MAPLE AVE. SUSQUEHANNA AvE RIVER ST. EATONVILLE SECOND ST. SLOCUM AVE. SHUPP HILL E. TIOGA VERNDN CENTERMCRELAND LAKE CAREV SECOND ST. DIXON E. TIoCA W. TIoCA PUTNAM ST. BROOKSIDE EATON ROAD JENK8 NOXEN WEST ST. THURSTON HOLLOW OSTERHOUT JENK8 SECOND ST. W. HARRISON NORTH EATON REDFIELD ST. W. HARRIeoN E. HARRISON PUTNAM ST. Conev HILL PUTNAM ST. PROSPECT HILL DIxoN FORKSTON CENTERMORELAND SHUPP HILL OSTERHOUT CENTERMCRELAND E. TIOGI DIxoN PUTNAM ST. PROSPECT HILL CENTERMDRELAND NORTH EATON RIVER ST. CENTERMCRELAND VERNON EAST TIoCA VERNoN WEST TIoaA FREAR HILL ELLDWDRTH HILL OSTERHOUT SUCAR HOLLOW EAToNvILLE 143 COURSE HoME ECONOMICS ACADEMIC ACADEMIC HOME ECONOMICS CQMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL CCMMERCIAL ACADEMIC HoME ECONOMICS ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL HOME ECONOMICS ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC HoME ECONOMICS ACADEMIC HoME ECONOMICS COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC ACADEMIC HoME ECONOMICS COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL ACADEMIC CCMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUETRIAL ARTS ACADEMIC INDUBTRIAL ARTS INDUETRIAL ARTS INDUETRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDusTRIAL ARTs AGRICULTURE INDUDTRIAL ARTD AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURE LEE KELLER FRANCIS KOZAK Bos LEE DoN MILLER JOE MILLER Jos NbNsEv PHILLIP MVERS WAVNE Roe INSON CHARLES SHAW BRowNlE SHELDQN EARL SHoTwELL LEE SHuPR TES SQHNS BEN THQMAS JOE WALL Boa WHITE BILL WILLIAMS KEN WINTEFMUTE RUSSELL HILL RUSSELL HILL LAKE CAREV LANE HILL SOUTH EATON MAPLE AVES ELM ST. 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SPACE, B. NbNTROSS, P. ROBINSON, L. PooLAsxu, A. AsNsw, J. KENNEDY, M. SHIPPEY, B. WsAvER, K. KOSCELANSKY. SECOND Row: B. STCLAnn, B. KITCHNEFSKY, A. MAon:N, L. BIGELOW, V. FASSETT, J. HARvsv, E. CLAHK, P. Auenoss, J. CARTER, K. J:NxuNe, L. LArossx, B. vALsN1nNc, G. NULTONQ THIRD Row: N. KnAusE, M. HERMAN, J. BUKA8, M. BENSON, E. BALL, J. Hoses, M. SKIBITSKI, Z. DIXON, P. HOWELL, P. HONEYWELL' UP QD ll L 09556 'JUN' ob M 8 HL I ss ,I 146 JU IDRS G 'V V A , Q 1 fi N -iii' Fmsr Row: N.SHUPPp K. KlNc-:s'roN, P. Bmzn, G. COOLBAUGH. A. 81' Cum. C. BALvnueAlTls, C. CARPENTER, A. DUBOICE- Szcono Row: D. Szcunlsf, D. JAMEs. V. Mcvznsf F. AMACHER, A. GABLE. C. McAr:s, R. FAux, R. Avnss, L. Anosnsow. Tr-uno Row: T. RAIL, D. Bosca, J. LAvAou, C. Suovwsu., G. Osvnowsxv, D. Svovzn, W. CLARK, R. Buu.ocx, J. Ser-uoowovzn. AGT' 12 .Gunn I 000 .nik IFJ- ffz Aff 9. ,, N 2. .11 x M. N xx ,x .ix .- .,f, 51 Y up as If VIWH ,,,, . sv 47- Ngxrn SUPHUMUHE5 FIEST Row: S. Bnoasv, M. MILLER, J. HoLMEs, B. Dlxow, M. STEELE, R. STEEANKQ, M. Gsaensom, M. SHEFFLER, R. ToMoNoL1s, J. SHIFFER. SECOND Row: S. SICKLER, E. SANUS, S. Srovsn, K. FERPIE, P. BAnTnoN, M. SWETLAND, B. Fnlzs, P. STARx, J. HERMAN, C. SICKLER. Tulnc Row: J. HoNTz, V. KELLER, L. Counzv, D. FELKER, D. TURNER, M. HOWELL, A. BLAckwELL, H. LANG, B. Dvcxswsow. J. STRQKA, C. AVERB, N. STARK, Founvu Row: J. SHUDP, S. Boacs, J. ROGERS, S. GOELE, J. COOLBAUQH, A. CLARK, L. DEANGELO, D. SAUEPEQEV,' R. Coon, M. ZENGER, H. LAsco, F. BACKOWSKln ll REST I gg NG ll Lo 1x19 1 E ov? F ai? uggwiw hs SUPHUMUHES FIRST Row: S. SANDS, T. Srowa, D. Emma, L. Maman, D. Snanwooo, T. ATHERHOLT, T. Dawn'-r, W. Lawns. Sacowo Row: R. KASSON, E. Yowcr-nu:-c, D. LADNER, J. HOGAN, K. MAYEEPRY, W. Zancoa, A. Ku-cr-warsxv, H. LAvAou, E. F-'nANvz,.B. DuEolca, Ts-uno Row: L. SUNG, J. Vmeo, R. Cwwav, N. BALL, B. Avna, T. DoLBaAn, D. WT-alfa, A. Boasason, B. DONJVAN, F. Lovamo, B. Hanmw. PGLJFTH Row: W. Bovas, G. Swuwan, B. Laa, B. Hoovan, J. Cuzav, F. Elma, J. SICKLER, D. H1-:Nrzv, J. Warm-vr, C. Envma, H. Mlman, J. BALL, F. Ross. 133:'4z.. V 1 ' L- ff ll K ' pn T HE LWEQU 5 M9 TX ,R X N. J. - .f-. . -an SR ex FHESHMEN FIRST Row: L. Cnsssov, A. ATHERHOLT, B. ROBERTSON, K. THUQSTON, C. VOITEK, SHEFFER, A. FAux, M. Nosan, M. SHIPPEV, N. SHUPP, A. PODLASKI, G. KINGSTON, SIBERKO, M. GOBLE. Szcowg Egg: L. Posrsw, L. TAcoTr, M. HALLEQ, D. Huoocx, MATTIUCI, R. Psnxosxs, J. PARISH, L. ApoLEev, V. KAPQLKA, E. ROBENGRANT,J. Hoaas, R. Knnusz, F. BALL, M. CLARK, M. CLARK. THIRD Egg: A. COPNELL, C. Hzmnv, S. ROSENGRANT, H. ROOT, S. HOWELL, M. BuxAs, J. ERVINE, S. SKINNEP, E. BLISS, J. Hnnvzv, D. MAva:nnv, R. Ross, J. EVANS. , 'm F. B M G N 09x 4 1 P Nl udve 0E?n 50 FHESHM N FIRST Row: C. MAncv, D. JAQulsH. D. Rocens, R. Dlcxlwsou. H, Nbnfnoss. J. WASILISIN, D. MILLEQ, J. KELLER, C. HAnolNs, R. CAnNsv, A. Fnux, L. SHOTWELLn M. Wunre. Secomo Row: W. Bonezsom, G. Bnowm, C. Conav, A. DuLsKv, D. KLlMAs, K. BALL, D. Scunzrzn, C. FpANTz, P. HAHN, D. Race, G. STCLAIR, G. Rzvrrauna. Twvnn Qggz H. Rossns, R. GAnv, D. GQBLE. R. AGNEW. R. MORGAN, R. MEAD, W. LANE, D. WlLszv. J. O8TPOWSKly N, AMACHER, K. KQAUSE. C. KILE, FOURTH Egg: O. CALVERT. J. SECHRIST, P. Hswlfr. R. PASSMORE, M. DAvsN:opv, N. Dvmowo, R. Bzusow, R. Jcnvls. A. McKENNss, C. SucxL:n, S. HOGAN, H. DlcxnM50N, 4 'f W E' ' J 1 1 W , Ml. R , W FW3w y ,iA?C5 A ,wg .V .N ' C, QF! " . L0 "AN J ?-f ywff. -QUAG Qsrfv QSY1 Gfw LW, 51 EIEHTH SHADE Finer Row: M. Wsnron, J. BEATTV, M. CHESNER, A. Coox, F. BucKMAm, R. CAPTEQ, L. Snoww. S. PARRISH. SECOND Egg: J. REAvTv, S. SHAooucK. H. SLUSSER. M. WITTMER P. STARK. M. MARABELLy J. LAvAoU, P. WLDRQCK. THIRD Egg: P. DEWITT. D- MOTICHKA. F. SHAPFEH, C. Rosssn, D. Towmszmo, M. CoLlsKsv, M. MITCHELL, D. DIBLE. J. GAV, J. BUKAS, N. CAQTER, J. MuLAsz, R. GABLE. FOURTH Egg: D. Dnoalsu, J. PHILLIPS, B. THunsroN. R. MILLER, J. Fonensn, A. SHQKL, A. ScoTT. G. JoHNsoN. E. Elms, E. FAux, D. FOPGASH. D. Bosca, B. BAKER. N19TH Czwrunvn 52 EIBHTH GRADE FIRST Row: C. HONEYWELL. W. HARRIS. J. Suoox. D. Dlusmonz, E. DANA, W. Suupp, D. STANG. D. PENRITH. N. Anosnsom. Sscouo Row: J. Bowan. D. MCCAIN, C. Scnwoovsn, C. HARvEv. C. LAvAou, G. JENKlNs, J. Bnoov. A. KILE, M. HARVEY. R. CLARK. E. ELLIS. THIRD Egg: D. Avzns, V. LANE, H. APPLEBV, R. HAnvev, J. Jsmxlws, R. DAILV J. CHAMBEHS. R. Fuunsv, E. BRANooN. Founvn Row: D. MCCAFEE. C. Wlsnmlsz, R. J, BIRGESON. E. STROKL, G. NULTON, A. VESUL, W. Swear, F. Svnumsxl. R. BALL. nJUNlOR SIZEH 53 SEVE TH GRADE FIRST Row: J. Spn0UT. C. SICKLER, B. STATNICK, C. MITCHELL, W. SICKLEP, M. HAPDING V. SICKLEP, B. CLAVPOOLE, D. GoeLE. Szcomo Egg: M. SHAFFEP, E. ROBBINS, A. SHELDONI J. SAuEnsnzv. I. Dvmomo. V. Mlwsn. B. RzvNoLos. G. HEAD, C. STARK. THIRD BQW: A. WHITE, M. HAPZDQDP. A. Avnzs, D. EVERETTS, J. LADNEP, Q. DVMOND, K. Hzmnv, S. Cawpzursn, B. YunKszA, E. ConLaAuGH. 6517! ' WGRADUATION DAvN 51' SEVE TH GRADE FIRST Row: K. BESTEDER, D. BESTEDER, T. HEQMAN, R. COOLBAUGH, R. FLEEGER. H. BAKER, ET HAzzAnD. W. HEQMAN, R. Benson, T. Hnvmss, Secown Row: Q. DDVOVAN- R- HozAN, R. GOBLEg R. CUPLEY, C. CQPNELL, D. ROUGHT. R. JACKSQN, F. Fpowm, D. RAQTQN R. DANIELS. R. Cook. THIRD Row: F. MAvaEnnv. R. THomAs. R. KONOPELSKly J. wlSNlEWSKIy E. SYCLAIH, E. Hoovsn, J. SIPERKO, J. Oewrsxn, R. Avzn, M. Hwowm. P. DIVON, C. DULSKY, EQQEIH Egg: C. KINGSTON, N. WATERs.L. JENKINS, J. STROKA, E. Mnwzp, I. KnAus:. R. Suoox, C. WALL, R. VOGRIN, A. Svovap. W. SHzrrLER. J. HApvEv. FIFTH Row: T. KLIMIS, J. SHAUGHNESSV, H. SHUPP, J. Jovmsn, J. PAPKQ, 5. ArPLEnv, F. BALEFL. Hox-IELI.. D. Cow, H. EAs1'wooD. E- CARPENTER- NREADV T0 Gow 55 ,, ELEME TAHY FACULTY S - .4 we I N gf 0 fam - Q .S isa 5 sf X ,, WlLL1AM Sxnvusxl Esrucn BoNHAM g g Qf'-.J Jossvulns Mons ANNA Hop: AN FLORENCE PHELPS 57 ELnzAaErH Jonas BERNETA ZEHNER SI TH GRADE H1331 Egg: B. Coon, E. SHAW, J. JENKINS, S. HOWELL, W. LANE, M. HAHN Ame R. Nbwcv. Sscomn Egg: J. Cngwronn J. CQncoQAN, C. SQUIER, B. AYRE, A. COLISKEY, D. REESE, M.J. DQLBEAP, E. TEEMaA1H, C. McKENzIE O. SHUDP, J. WIKOSKI, J. STRUMSKI, S. EvANs. THRID Egg: O.3uTToN, P. LESLIE, J. McLAuo, P. GIBERSON, S. KASSQN, M. HULSLANDER, D. Wvwo, J. Roesnrsom, J. NESTLEPODE, A. SECHPISTQ FOURTH Egg: G. DUNLAD, u,3, DINS. MOFE. R. Srnnx, J. KELLER, D. HONEYWELL, B. RUMBOLD, J. DAVENPORT. GFIFTH GRADE . -X 'X Iii A NX N I I I I ,"- XI X Fuss xBQg: J. RAIL, P. RAIL. J. POSTEN' S. ELLswonTH, G. GAv, M. PHERREIGO. M. :-CoLI nav, R. LADNER, F. Fncv, P. WHITE. J. SCHAEEER. Qgggyg Row: J. BUKA8n N. H F . HEEEEEAN, N. FUHREV, P. SUPECKy J. Huooocx, M. HEEEEQAN, H. Dncxlmsow. B. SHUPPQ XX' C. DILL. J. HEEFEEAN, J. LAvAou. THIRD Row: C. DONOVANI J. REvNoLos. G. GOBLEv N- ' J. KUKUOKA. M. MOSIER. J. BARTON, H. FITCH, R. SHUPP, J. ZEME, R. FOWLESp J. j SLUPSKF, T. CALVERT, D. Fsnwv, R. PLACE. - I 1 I - F112 ft N 5s I-'U HTH GRADE R .253 4. ' Fnnsr 5:-vi: L. KELLER, S. MITCHELL, N. EGGLES1-ON, J. Vnems. N- WVND- 55312 EH: D, MORGAN, M. L,LL,E, A Wusmnzwsxn, G. SHOEMAKER, N. KILEQ J. Wvwo. S. WAPN5TTv J. BAnTnoN, B. Rnscu. Tnnno Egg: D. RjCKENBOACHy E. FOLBOMy R. LAsco. L. Suck, B. SHQQK, D. CAREV. J. GIBERSON, G. TUNSTALL, J. Bonsssom. R, lbmrwoss. J. Avrns. FQURTHHBQW: J. STRUNK, K. SANTEE. H. Surfom. A- INHAN, R- Smovsp. J- STAPK- THIRD GRADE I 2 E Funsr Row: D. GAY. J. LILLIE' N. LAoNsn, S. CASE, J. HEUTSMAN. D. FOWLES1 M- ROWEn M. Wvuo. S. WIGGINS, L. Kzlrzn. Szcong Row: B. STARK. C. CLARK, P. Dlxou. N. Sampson, R. LVBOLT, G. TUNSTALLv R. DANIELS. J. FAnn. L. PLATT- R. ZALEWSKI. Tuuno 595: R. Dcpsw, V. Posvsw. M. LEE. J. FAsszTT, J. KuKuoKA, C. VAN FLEET. A. MQWEQTD T. Roeuusom, J. CORCOPAN, J. PLAcs. 59 SEED U SHADE Finer Row: H. WnLLnAms, B. SMVRL, S. CARTER, R. DONOVAN, J. Roelmsom, S. LANE. B. SpAcz, C. LAVAOU. C. Rlrzmasnv, S. Momszv, AND S. RozeLLz. Secomo Egg: V. TUNSTALL, L. OTTAVIANI, E. SHUPD. N. RICKENQACK. G. Joumsom, P. TUPPELLv D. HULSLANDER. W. EASTWOODp D. BUCKINGHAM, W. Avens. A. SLocuM, S. Wlxosxl. B. Bnowm. THIRD Egg: B. RADLE, C. Wlsulzwsxl. F. UNGUREIT, D. NrwzLL. A. KnNsmAN. P. STARK, S. GAY. B. Szvscn. C. Surrnu, D. SCHAEFEP, D. STRUMSKI. B. VAN Duzsn, C. FOOTE, A. ROSENGPANT, A. CARTER- m SAPlf.EI!XL CLASS Flnsf Egg: B. Ross, B. ALLEN, B. WcLLlAMs, M. TAvLon, D. TAvLon, I. WnT1ua, J. ROBINSON. Szcouo Egg: H. BAxen, G. Posfcn, K. Nsw:LL, R. YunxzA, M. DOBRINSKI, J. FITCH THIRg'B2!! H. Mu4sn, C. Posvsn, D. Nbwnv, G. DOBRINBKI, T. Ross, R. LANE. 60 FIRST GRADE , L. . W TE.. i .5 Y E s x 1 lf... ...f V1 7 Q Q x . nw K , , , 2 K FIRST Row: E. Rows, P. LANE, E. Rursuaqwv, S. PQDLASKI, A. WILSEV, L. HnwzLL. R. Mowvnoggt L. Mvans, S. Hsmnv, F. RlscH, D. Duxom, R. Hgunv. Qggggg Row: P. CASHIM, E. LAzAPus, A. REMINGTON, A. KELLEQ, S. LANE, C. TURPELL1 A. ZEME, S. Bnowm, D. COLE, R- VAeKAs. THIRD Row: P. Avzns, J. KASMAKITES, V. Scarf. T. Sunsmnxzn, H. LvsoLT. P. Moss, P. SHEPFLEP, D. Cnnev, J. Ennvnon. PATHUL BUYS lg? Row- Ducx Monfnoss. BILL RuMeoLo. Enos: SHAw. MALCOLM HuLsLANoEn. Faso Fnsv. Mun: CoLasxsv. Duck HoN:vwcLL. 2No Row- Boa Suovcn. Eonlz FoLsoM, Geena: GAV. Jam Huoocx, Duck Wvuo. Dlcx LAsco JOHN DAVENPORT. 61 GRADE SEHUUL UPEHETTA LEFT IQ RIGHT! C. JOVNEP, B. RUMBOLD. D. Fznnv, D. Wvmo, B. Avne, J. DAVENPORT, G. DUNLAP, G. GAV, G. SHQEMAKER, A. SECHPIST, J. Huoocx. J. N:sTLanoo:, D. Reese. M. HULSLANDER. GRADE PHUJEIITS . FIRST Egg: N. KILE, D. NbRGAN, M. HAHN, R. STARK, J. Conconan, J. CRAWFORD, C. DONOVAN, B. CRAWFORD, J. BARTRON. Secowo Egg: R. Mowrwoss, J. Avsns, J. Posrsu, D. HoNevweLL, J. BuxAs, E. FoLsoM, D. BARTRQN, L. SICK, K. SANTEE, J. BOWMAN. Tuxnn 323: G. G0sL:, P. RAIL, 8. GAY, P. WHITE, P. LESLIE- 62 X 31, 4 4 rx i 5 ' DME? I ' l a .0-' lwu f -. , N., .f fw"'ff',?3- 'G' Ai 2- f4'1'-WH ' ' M if iz? - ' g f .if Y , , .5 QSQQF 4 1 , x 55,E E, Q E 5 S55 GSE S f QRXQ N X' XQNXX E 5 - , 3 rm 'rt , X XR 'S Q is 5 X E s 'X N R5 lllll Illlllyll 'I X X 3 : X Q Q . x SUHUUL EUVEH kH2'f TH: STUDENT COUNCIL, ATHLernc OUR STUDENT GOVERNMENT. PETITIONS AND SO FORTH APE ACTED UPON BV THE ALSO spomsons sPscuAL PnosnAMs AND COUNCIL AND Homsnoom CHAIRMEN compels: FOR SCHOOL AFFAIRS'-DANCESg DAPTIES Svuosmr CouNcuL. Tune onGANvzAT1oN ITS MEMBERS ACT AS MONITORS IN THE HALLS AT CHANGE OF CLASSES. THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL MAKES ALL DECISIONS ABOUT ATHLETIC AFFAIRS IN THE SCHOOL. HOMEROOM CHAIPMEN TAKE THE PLACE OF CLASS OFFICERS. THESE APE ELECT' ED BV THE STUDENTS OF EACH HOMEROOM AND ASSIST THE HOMEROOM TEACHER IN MANY WAVSn THROUGH THESE VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OUP STUDENTS APE ACTUALLY PARTICI' PATING IN A DEMOCRATIC FORM OF GOVERNMENT- THEY WILL BE AS A RESULT OF THESE EXPERIENCES, BETTER FITTED T0 TAKE THEIR PLACES IN THEIR COMMUNITIES. STUDE T EDU EH. kann I ll ...In-nTul.1lQP'g FIRST Row: B. A. REvNoLos, M. COLISKV, P. HoNsvw:LL, L. BIGELOWI M- L- RUMBOLDI B, FA5Sg1T, R. Ross, M. SHUPP. D Sscouo Row: E. Hoovzn, Ma. HoLoR:ocs, ADVISOR. M- DAVENPORT: B' HOOVER' ' MAcArs:, A. Bnunass, K. SUTTON, V. FASSETT, B. DIETRICKI V- KELLER- ABSENT! Mas. BUNNELL, ADVISOR, M- SKlBlTSKIv 6h ATHLETIC If TNEIL Funsv Row: R. FAux, C. Knmesrow, R. JACKSON, A. Fnux, R. THURSTQN, B. CARNEV, R. Las, E. ELLIS' G. Ross. Sscouo Row: Mn. DoLezAn, Mn. Sscunlsv, H. DuBolo:. A. Sf. CLAuR. B. Avzn, R. Cmmzv, Mass Cnomprou, Mp. Houznsoca, Mn. KELLER, Mn. Wn.l.aAMs. HUMEHUUM EH IHMEN a , Q .Q-M.. . 1. l ' Q Fgnsr Egg: J. Buuvw, D. SAusnan:v, J. EvAna, R. Hzunv, Qgeouo Row: P. Banca, J. Bnoov, J. Scuoonovzn, H. FAux, C. SuAw, C. FRANTZ, 0- JAQUUBH. L. Jem: me 55 CLUBS THE EXTRA-CURQICULAD ACTIVITIES OF OUP SCHOOL ARE MANY AND VAPIED. So THAT AS MANY STUDENTS AS POSSIBLE WILL BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE, WE HAVE CLUBS THAT MEET THE INTERESTS OF' ALL. NEETINGS APE HELD ON ASSIGNED DAYS DURING THE ACTIVITY PERIOD. ATIU AL HU UH SOCIETY FIRST ing: N. ELLIS. K. 8u'r'roN, S. Dixon. Q. Hzmw, M. L. Rumeogn. L. Suck. S. Sc:-nares. Szcown gy.: W. Bzmsom, P. Amanoss, A. STCLAIRI C. SHAW. W. WILLUAMS. P. Mvsns, L. BoGsLow. P. Honzvwzu.. 66 P.F.!lX. FIRST E-Q-sg: J. Bwown, H. Mmesnnv, F. Lovzu, R. CLARK, D. Hsrmv, N. SHUPP, C. Avzws, D. Sccanlef, C. SHOTWELL- Sgcono 391: L. SUNG, J. Wmcvv, L. Sr-4o1'w1:LL, D. SALLS, T. ATHERHOLT, R. Hmmm, S. Sums, D. GOBLE, M. WHITE, B. CARNEV. THIRD Egg: T. RAIL, L. KELLER, A. Jones, J. HILLER, E. SHo1'w:LL, R. Cnnuzv, B. Luc, T. JURIBTIA, J. MILLER, R. JERVIS, D. MILLER, C. Wzcams, Aovuson. Founm Egg: D. Kums, N. Svmanc, J. LAVAOU, D. Bones, R. Aanaw, C. Hmomc, J. SICKLER. W. ZERCOL, H. Mmm, A. DULBKY,-Jo S'rCLAln, H. Mowrnoss, J. Szcv-mls-r. PHA. QLQQVLS M- MILLER, A. BLACKWELL. M. Sxlarrsxu. G. NULTON. J. BALL. E. CARTER, B. DWDM' B' WEAVER' Eli.: K- KOBCELANSKV1 R. Bmasn. S. GOBLEg R. TOMOLONIS, M. SHIPPEV. J. Sxurrzn. E. SPACE. M. STEELE. Tv-uno Row: J. Resins, E. Cnr:-:n, C. Ava-gg, B- HENRY. B. False, D. Tunmzn. J. Hoses. Z. Dsxqm. 67 SPT. TRI-HI-Y FIRST Egg: E. CLAQK, P. Amsnoss, B. DEITRICK, H. LANG, R. HENRY, P. HONEYWELL, M. L. RUMBOLD, L. BIGELOW, A. HONTZ, S. Sporrono, N. STARK, L. MAGEE, E. STEVENS, B. A. DICKINSON. SECOND Row:Mns. TuNsTALL, D. FoELKEn, K. FERPIB, S. STovEn, S. BnoesT, J. HONTZ, D. SAUERBQEV, M. Huoov. C. JAoulsH, M. CowNELL, H. KESTEP, J. ELLSWORTH, C. BILLINGS, D. MORGAN, J. ROBINSON, E. HARVEY, J. HOLMES, M. SHEFFLEQ, R. STEFANKO- THIRD Egg: M. BARTRON, J. HARvEv, J. KEsTEn, M. SwETLANo, M. ELLIS, J. BENNETT, S. DUNN, B. COLLINS, B. FASBETT, J. CARTER, J. HERMAN, B. BALTRUSAITIS, L. Slcx, D. PHILIPS, S. WALL, J. SHUED. FOURTH Egg: E. SFACE, R. Cook, N. HARDING, F. BACKOWSKI, J. COOLBAUGH, L. ANDERSON, P. RoalNsoN, L. Counzv, L. DEANGELQ, V. KELLER, B. NbNTPOSS, J. KENNEDV, B. HOGAN, B. NONTANYE, H. LAsco, L. PODLASKI, D. GOBLE, M. ZENGER, P. HowELL. SH. HI-Y FIRST Egg: R. WHITE. T. DEwITTg T. ATHERHOLT, T. JUPIBTA, R. Hoovzn. P. MYERS, B. LEE. L. HULSLANDEP. SECOND Egg: T. SOHNS, B. SHELDON, R. Avzns. A. GAELE. T. DOLBEARQ C- SHAw, H. DUBOICE, K. MAVBERRVQ C. EnvlNE- THTRD Egg: L. ANDERSON, B. DONOVANJ R- CARNEV, A. BOPGESON. J. BONOVAN, K. HQWELL. J. SCHOONOVER, E. FnANTz. 68 JH. TRI-HI-Y FIRST Rgwg F. SCHAFFER, F. SHErrLEn, M. WESTON' S. PAQQISH, C. MITCHEL, M.L.HARzooRF, D. GOBEL, J. Svnouv, B.A.REvNoLos, D. EVERETTS, M. HAnonNG, B.A.STATQncK, E. Dvmowo, A. Cook, C. SICKLER, M. CHESTNER, B. J. CLAYPOOLE, J. FORGASH. Secowo Egg: J. HARVEY, J. EVANS, E. BLISE, B. Jones, A. CORNELL, A. PODLASKI, M. SHuDD, R. Ross, S. BARTRON, L. TALcoTT, A. Faux, S. SKINNEPD M. BUKAS, D. MAvsrnnv, V. KAPOLKA. THIRD Row: Nhs. HEFFERAN, ADVISOR: J. MULAPZ, J. WuLon1cK, J- BuKAs, K. Rosscn, L. Bnowu, G. KINGSTON, L. CABSEDVu J. SAvEnanEv, A. SHELooN, F. BUCKMAN, M. GOBEL, B. Yunxzn, R. CARTER, M. MARAEELL, P. SlcxLEn, H. SLussEn, P. DEWITT, D. MOTICHKA, J. LAvAou, B. Roasnfson, A. ATHERHOLT. Founrm Egg: D. Bones, J. TICE, D. DROSISH, R. GOBEL, B. BAKER, M. HALLER, D. Huoocx, R. Psnxowsxv, L. ADPELBV, L. POSEEN, R. MlLLER, J. PHILLIDE, K. THUPSTON, B. THunsToN, J. Envlnz, D. DIBLE, D. Tounmszwo, M. Nossx, J. Hoses. FIFTH Egg: G. JoHNsoN, A. WHITE, J. CLAVDOOLE, C. Vonvsx, M. MITCHEL, M. CoLlsnv, A. SYROHL, A. Mosxsn, E. FAux, S. CARPENTER, M. WITTMER, V. KICKLER, M. MINER, D. FORQASH, A. Avnes, J. GAv, E. Rosanna, E. CooLBAuGH, R. Dvmono, M. NCCAIN, S. SHAooucx, E. Elms, M. TURNER, B. Suppenxo, N. CARTER. JH. HI-Y 51551 BQ!! J. Bnoov, L. SHo1wELL, O. CALvEnT, R. NbPGAN, K. KRAUSE, M. DAvENPoRT, J. KELLER, R. Pnssuons, B. Hewufr, D. Bssrzosn, T. KLlmAs, F. Bnowu, N. Auoznsou. Sscowo Eg!! Nh. Buvrs, Aovuson, K. BESTEDER, A. FAux, BAKER, D. JAQulsH, Jovucn, G. STCLAIR, R. Anngsav, L. HowELL, D. SCHAEFER, C. FRANTZ, D. WnLsEv, J. PARKS, F. MAveEnnv, A. Snovsn. THIRD Egg: C. HoNEvwELL, A. KILE, P. Knlsfuuns, J. STPOKA, E. MnNEn, R. OONOVAN, N. WATERS, R. Suoox, J. Bowen, C. Knucsfon, E. BRANDON, R. JACKSON, L. JENKINE, C. CQRNELL, C. LAvAou. EWSPAPEH CLUB pp.. Fvnsr Egg: A. HEQMAM, M. ELLswonrH. J. CAQTEQ, N. CGQNELL. H. SKIBITSKI. L- SHOTWELL. Secowo Egg: D. WILSEV, M.L. HALLAQD, B. Poasnrsom, D. Huoocx, E. SANDS, J. BALL. D. MADDEN, M. Dncxsmsom, Mn. REMLEV. ADVISOR. M 1.5.3.1 isi.1LJ4L5,ifZ il h f 3 -3 Anoumo THE TAaLe LEFT TO RIGHT! S. Sxnmmzn, B. HERMAN, L. MINER, C. ERVINE, M. SWETLAND, J. BENNETT. L. CASSIDV, D. SAuznBnEv, Mlss DAVIS, ADVISOR, B. DICKINSON, A. CORNELL. 70 PHUTUEHAPHY CLUB Fnnsr Row: C. BuLLuNcs, L. Sporrono, M. Dxcxlwsow, R. Voivsx, J. CARTEQ, B. BALTnusAuTls, Secomo Row: T. DEWITT, T. ATHERHOLT, G. Osvnowsxv. J. HILLEQ, H. DuRnnce, M. Hunocx, A. GABLE, C. BALTRUSAlTlSa R. FAUX, A. DuRo1cz. B. Eusrlcz, J. WALL, AND MR. WzsLEv,Aovlson wane TAKING THE PICTURE- HEY EL B Fgngv Rog: J. WALL' B. SHELDON, C. SHAW. A. Sf CLAIR. Sscgno Row: B. Hoovsn. T. Srous. B. LEE, W. Bovss, W. Benson, K. KINGSTON, N. Suupn. THIRD Row: T. DEWQTT, B. Avnz, C. Envlns, T. DOLBEAR, R. FAux, P. BAKsn. K. Wnmvewmufz. 71 SPT. DHAMATIES CLUB FlnsT Row: P.AMenos:, D. KEENAN, J. ROBINSON, B. BALTnusAlTls, J. BENNETT, B. DIETRICH, Szcono Rowi C. Envlms, P. Mvens, D. ENKE, M. LAvAou, G. 0Lswrsxl, J. EVERETTB, Nhs. STnoM:,Aovcson, E. STavzNs, B. MoNTAvN:, T. DoLesAn, L. BnQsLow, B. DICKINSON, B. FASSETT, T. DEWITT. SEAIEB5 D- MORGAN. B. FASSETT, L. BlczLow. V. FASSETT. J. BENNETT. 211521592 D- KEENAN. T. DOLBEARp C. ERVINE, T. DEWITTQ Mas. STROME, Aovlaon, J. SCHOONOVEP. P. HONEYWELL- 12 BUS DRIVERS Funs-r Row: C. Scnoouoven, G. WALTER-s, D. Mom-noss, J. Mowrnoss, J. Sr-wp: SECOND ROW! R. Homes. L. Eveumo. E. Eveuwo. G. Bnowm. BUS EAPTAINS ,Fligvj N- BALL. F. Bwuowsxn. V. KELLER. S. Sporrono, W. Kumsv. Sscomo Row: T. RAIL, H. FAUX. H. DuBoucz. W. Wuu.vAMs. T3 M 1 MUSIC BANU, GInLs' Cnonus, ANo MIXED CHoRus, UNDEP THE DIRECTION or Mns. TRUSTEE, OFFER VARIETY AND ENJOVMENT TO oun ATHLETIC EvENTs AND ASSEMBLY pmo- GRAMSn CAN YOU IMAGINE A FOOTBALL GAME WITHOUT THE SPIRITED MUSIC or ous BAND? THE OPERETTA IS THE MAJOR PRODUCTION or THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT AND IS CEPTAINLY A FITTING CLIMAX TO A SEASON OF HARD WORK: BAD FIRST Egg: S. BARTPoN, A. ATHERHOLT, D. DPOBISH, E. BLISS, A. BRUNGEBB, D. HENnv, E. SPACE, B. HEQMAN, H. DUBOICE, B. DIXON, M. STEELE, A. Coon, J. CHAMBERS. jgggug 695: M. GOBLE, J. PHILLIPS, M. DICKINBQN, B. BAKER, S. SCHAEFER, L. BROWN, P. BAQTQQN, J. HERMAN, P. HoNEvwELL, P. Amanoss, R. J. Ross, R. HENRY, H. KESTEQ, D. MAVEERRV. IQLEE Egg: R. GABLE, P. STARK, P. DEWITT, C. VOITEK, S. DIxoN, M. COLISKY, M. WITTMER, L. LATOSFK, B. THURSTON, E. VONCHICK, S. SKINNER, D. KEENAN, D. ENKE, T. STONE, D. MILLEQ, H. MINER, C. ERVINE, J. SCHOONOVEP, D. JAMES. FOURTE Egg: E. BALL, M. BENSON, F. PEPKOSKI, R. VOITEK, E. Qoss, K. SUTTON. E. HAnvEv, L. BIsELow, J. BUKAS, K. KOSCELANSKV. YU UPEHETTA Fvnsf Row: A. Bnuwcess. M. Dlcxlmsow, L. BucsLow, P. HONEYWELL. B. FASSETT, R. J. Ross, M. HEQMAN, T. Soums. Szcomo Row: D. ENKE, P. Amanosr, D. JAMES, S. Dlxom, D. KEENAN. GIRLS' EHUHUS Fins? Egg: K. THURSTON, J. Suupp, P. BAPTRON, S. Scunzrzn, P. Amanoss. B. COLLINS, S. Sxlmwen, E. BLISS. Secowo Egg: L. Bnowm, J. Roelwsom, M. STEELE, A. ATHEPHOLTy M. Suupp, B. Duxom, D. DPOBISH, J. PHILIPS, M. HERMAN, S. Dnxom, P. ROBINSON, P. DEWITT, P. HONEYWELL- THIRD Egg: B. FASSETT, A. HONTZ, L. SWEET. R. J. Ross , L. Slcx. M. L. RuMaoLo, J. HEQMAN, M. ELLIS. S. Sporrono, 0, MQQGAN, S. SHAooocK, M. Dickinson, L. BuGsLow. 75 MI EU EHUBUS FIRST Row: S. Dixon, J. STRGKA. S. Jones, S. BOICE, H. LANG, H. LAsco, K. Fsnnvs, L. DEANGELO, A. BLACKWELL. E. HAnvEv, L. PODLASKI, B. KvTcHENEsKv. E. SPACE. P. Amanose, Secomo Egg: H. Kesren, P. HONEYWELL, B. Fnsssvr, B. Duzvnlcx. B. COLLINS, A. CLARK, R. Cook, D. SAusnancv, M. ZENGER. S. Dunn, M. HERMAN, P. Roavusou, J. Houvaze. D. Feucsn, N. Krause. Tmno 393: T. Sronz. K. Howsu.. E. Youcmuk. C- Envlns, T. DEWITT. T. DOLBEAP, D. JAMES, A. Bnuuczas, H. DuBolcE. E. SHOTWELL, T. Sonus, J. MvLL:n, B. WILLIAMS, P. Mvzns. 76 SOCIHL AZZTXNX W,- 3. X X ? X cf-1 ,. SE IUH CLASS PLAY FIRST Row: S. Scnazrsn, K. Surfow, M. ELLIS, D. MonsAN, M. ELLswon1H. C. BILLINGS. Szcomo Row: K. WlNTEPMUTEp J. HlLLzn, B. Huoov, Mas. Srwomz, Dlnzcron, D. Ros:NcnANv, B. Eusvnczv E. SHOTWELL. T8 GYM DEMUNSTHATIUN SHUP EXHIBIT Samoa Hmm Sol-cool. Snow PnoJEC'r8 79 SE IUR BALL 1950 f A B. REMAKES, G. PAssMons, B. PAULASKI. QUEEN R. S f R D C P QUEEN 19349 N, HAHN. IIHHISTM S DA EE .M , 80 ATHLETICS , N A . . ' L.. I 55 7' V 1.1: UVA if . f I , ' ,4ff,M5,a ,l f 1 li' 4 IJ ' I 1 wc 9 -V f ,fi EL.,-1 2? i s x 5 A ,z 1 J FT png' ,W V .,,qp1? EUAEHI E STAFF Mn. Buunzu. - Hem CoAcH - Foo'reAu. H S GmL'e Svonvs Muse LAuaAcH Mn. KELLER - A SQUAD BAeKs'raAl.l. Mn . Hol.Dm:oGs Ass'T. FOOTBALL COACH MR. RATHBUN - B SQUAD BAeK:'reALl. Mn. WILLIAMS - FACULTY MANAGER 82 Mn. 8:-:cum sv Tuck EHEEHLEADEHS ywg ,! - 'j J, E2 if ,... J" , i 1 ,, 4. , . I - 1' I J ,Y ' Q s i in q Fsnsr Row: I. MAwcv, L. Sncx, M. Swupp, B. FASSETT. ggggyg Egg: V. FASSETT, J. Scuoomovzn, J. Kzumsov, D. Emma. B. Dnernlcn. TUMBLI G ELUB Miss LAUBACHn V. FASSETT, M. BUKAS, C. Hsunv. P. STARK' B. FASSETT, J. BUKAS, D. Huoocx. A. PooLAsKl. D. PHILLIPS, R. BAneen. 53 PUUTBALL FIRST Row: D. BALLS, L. SHUPP, K. HOWELL, C. BALTRUSAITIS, C. SHAW, K. KINGSTON C. CARPENTER, E. SHOTWELI., A. STACLAIR, P.BAKEn, J. Ross. O. Huoocx. SECOND Row: COACH BUNNELL, D. WILSEY, R. V0lQAN,L. KELLER, K. rvuvasnnv, R. PABIPDRE K. KPAUSE, W. BOYES, T. JURISTA, J. 'NnvaHT, hh- HOLDREDGEA THIRD Row: Mn. WoLLlAMs, J. KELLER, D. JAQUISH, W. LANE, C. FRANTZ. N. BALL, G. SHINER, Nw. KELLER, DH. DAVENPORTA FQURTH Row: M. DAVENPORT, L. HOWELL, C. CDRNELL, B. DONOVAN, F. MAVBERRY, P. HEHMAN SCORES! TUNKHANNOCK 12 ATHENS 1 TUNKHANNOCK 28 CANTON 6 TUNKHANNOCK 13 LEHMAN 6 TUNKHANNOCK 13 KrNosToN Tw. O TUNKHANNOCK 15 AvocA 6 TUNKHANNOCK 30 DALLAS TwP. 13 TuNKHANNocx 35 TOWANDA 5 TUNKHANNOCK 346 FAcToRvvuLLE 13 TUNKHANNOCK 6 CLARKB SUMMIT O Fw THE FIRST TIME IN ITS HISTORY, ous: FOOTBALL TEAM cow-LETED AN UNDEFEATED AND UNTuEn SEASON- WE x-:ERE ALL vEnv pnouo or THEM AND THE SPLENDID mzcono MADE av THE "TusEHs." NATUEALLV. MANV SENIORB CONTRIBUTED T0 THE TEAM'S SUCCESS AND WERE RE' SPONSIBLE ron -ALACING IT IN ous "HALL or FAME." THE SENIOR MEMBERS or THE SQUAD BINCERELV TRUST THAT THE FUTURE TEAMS wlLL HAVE MANV Mom: VICTORIOUS vEARs-THAT THIS YEAR wAs JUST THE BEGINNING. LEST THE HIGHLIGHTS or THE GAMFS waLL BLIP Enom voun MEMOPVT WE ARE INCLUDING ennzr ACCOUNTS or THEM. 811 muh CHAnLa: SHAw Ls: KELLER 21. ,f'fq?rQ1z?-lg www 2 f -......,,,,,,,-A I W K R V I vw ' I -' S . , s , ,V I 3 U Q Z wf - if ' ? N 57M 44? ,E 2: W ww fri sw , Q-3, fu if I x , , .M ,R . 9 EJ., H Vg! v Y ,dj ' V. tsp-In V Y ,.. X X.-xxx Xxwgx N lf' - Ls: SHUPP 1 O"S KEN HOWELL EAnL SHofwsLL 55 FACTORVVILLE THE MIGHTV TIGERS RAN WILD OVER THE RAMG. SHAW LED THE TIGERS GGDRING PARADE WITH WITH THREE ToucHDowNs. BAKER, HOWELL, Huoock AND Ross EACH HAD ONE. ST. CLAIR ALSO HAD A FIELD DAv WITH HIS POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWNS, MAKING THREE. I lp5 THE TIGERG ENDED THEIR FIRST PERFECT SEASON IN HISTOPV av DEEEATING SUMMIT 6-0 THANKSGIVING MORNING IN A BPUISING BATTLE ON A SNOWY FIELD. IT wAs THE NINTH STRAIGHT WIN EDR COACH NDUKEH BUNNELLIB eovs. THE TIGERG BCORED EARLV IN THE EIRGT QUARTER AND CONTINUED HOLDING DEE REPEATED CHARGES BV THE COMETS. IN THE FOURTH PERIOD THE TIGERS PUT up THE REST DEFENSE HOLDING THE COMETS ron FOUR DOWNSON THE TIGERS OWN SEVEN. CLARKS-SUMMIT ATHENS I I ATHENS HIGH SCHOOL WAS THE EIRGT VICTIM ON THE 1950 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE EDR ouR TEAM. Two SENIDRE, CHARLIE SHAw AND KENNV HOWELL CO'STARRED IN THIS HOME OPENER, RLAvING IN A MISTV RAIN. KENNY HQWELL REGDVERED AN ATHENS EUMELE TO 8ET UP ONE SCOPE WHILE nLUJACKn SHAw's UNLV PASS or THE GAME SET up THE OTHER. HOWELL SCORED ONCE AND SHAW SCOPED ONCE TO START THE TIGER VICTOPV STRING. CANTON FL! THE NEXT GAME WAS PLAYED AT CANTON AND wAs SUPPOSED TO TELL WHAT KIND or A TEAM WE WOULD HAVE, BUT TO THE SURPRISE or EVERYONE, TUNKHANNOCK RULLED A HERETOFORE HIDDEN DISPLAY or AIR POWER WITH CHARLIE SHAW ON THE THROWING END. LEE SHUPP AND PAUL BAKER 50TH PULLED IN A TOUCHUOWN PASS GDMEINING WITH HOWELL AND SHAw. BOTH or WHOM SCOPED ON A RUNNING PLAY. TUNKHANNOCK COMPLETED 7 OUT or 11 RAGE ATTEMPTS. LEHMAN f THE TEAM TRAVELEDTD LUZEPNE COUNTY FOR VICTORY NUMBER THREE. LEHMAN HIGH SCHOOL wAs THE VICTIM. A FIRST RERIDD TOUCHDOWN AFTER A FlELD'LONG MARCH WAS ENOUGH TO WIN. BUT IN THE THIRD PERIOD KENNV HOWELL DASHED 73 YARDS ron THE CLINCHEPQ LEHMAN wAs UNSCOPED UPON EEEDRE MEETING TUNKHANNOCK- THE TUNKHANNOCK LINE PROVED ITSELF IN THIS GAME AS'MOST or THE GAME WAS PLAYED ON THE GROUND. KINGSTON TOWNSHIP THE THWNGREQRLE DEGAN TALKING ABOUT THIS TIME or AN UNDEEEATED SFASONA THE TIGERS RRnvED THAT THE LEHMAN GAME WASN'T A MISTAKE ev ELANKING KINGSTON, 13-O. HOWELL PULLED AN INTERCEPTED PASS TO SCOPE ONCE AS HE covERED 31 YARDS. AGAIN IT WAS SHAW EGR THE SECOND TOUCHDOWN ON A LINE RLAv ERoM THE EIGHT. ARNIF ST. CLAIR AND MIKE HUDOCK WERE EXCEPTIONALLV GOOD ON THE LINE THIS GAME. ' AvocA N AVOCA HIGH SCHOOL WAB NEXT ON THE TIGER'S LIST OF VICTlMB"'TI-IIS ONE THEY TOOK 1I'I"6- THE GAME HOWEVER WAS MUCH MORE 0NE'SlDED THAN THE SCOPE SHOWS, THE TIGERS OLITPUSHED AVOCA THREE YARDS T0 ONE AND COMPLETELY THPOTTLED THE COAL TOWNIS PASS' ING ATTACK. DALLAS TOWNSHIP THE TIGERS OFFENSE BROKE WILD IN THEIR SIXTH GAME AS THEv ROLLED OVER DALLAS TOWNSHIP. 30 T0 13. OZZIE Huoocx MovEo INTO THE BACKFIELD T0 REPLACE THE INJURED SHAw AND HE SCOPED TWICE. HOWELL CROBBED THE REDSKINBI GOAL LINE THREE TIMES. TOWANDA THE POWER'PACKED TIGERS ROCKED up THE MOST POINTS. 35-6 ovER TOWANDA- NEVER BEFORE HAD THE TIGERS LINE RREEGRMED Go PERFECTLV TO BEAT TowANDA THE FIRST TIME IN 13 VEAPS. THE SCOPE AT THE HALF WAS 1U T0 6 IN EAvoR OF THE TIGERS. DURING THE LAST QUARTER THEY GAINED ANOTHER 21 POINTS- THE TIGERG' TOUCHDOWN8 WERE MADE av SHAW, HOWELL' SNVDERp SHUPP, AND SHOTWELL. 86 7th 8 Bth BASKETBALL FIPS-r yy: F. Bs:-own, D. Avsns, C. CCvDNELLp B. ELLIS, C. Wuenmucz, C HONEYWELL, D HAnvsv, L. HOWELL, H. SHUPP, E. M.Ngp, Secsomn Egg: P. EOOLBAUGH, R DAILEV O VOGPIN, D. Coon, A. KILE, R. Bonsesom, D. Dlmemong, J. Jovmzn. Tuvno Row P GOBLE- R. DONOVAN, P. Duxow, R. CURLEV, W. SHEFFLFP, B. LINCOLN- TH: 1950 BASEBALL TEAM HAD A vsnv SUCCESSFUL SEASON THE SCORES OF THEIR GAMES WEPE3 OALLLAS Townsunp 3 KINGSTON Towusuup 1 LEHMAN 2 DALLAS Bonouen M Lnrzfon 5 HARTER 2 DALLAS TOWNSHID 2 LEHMAN U DALLAS Bonouew 1 LAKETON 0 HAFTER 3 WAvMAnT 3 Nswfow RANQQM 5 ST TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHAHNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANMOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK A SUUAD BASKETBALL s ASQLAKA A w VQHQWQ .I ,ffl Wi? if AAAA f gg FIRST Row B SHELDON, B. LEE, B. HOOVEP, D. SlLLSg J. DOVANON. H. HowELL- SEcoNo Row P MYERQ, MANAGER, C. EHVINE, A. STCLAIR,T. DOLBEAR, O. Huoocx, C. SHAN. B AVEPSI A. KELLEPI CoAcH. THE EAEKETEALL TIGERS STARTED QUT THE SEASON wITH A STRING or EIGHT VICTORIES INCLUDING SIX LEAGUE GAMES AND TWO EXHIBITION GAMEs. INcLUoEo IN THIS sTnING or VICTORIES WAS A aIG vacvonv ovEn CLAHKG-SUMMIT ron THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY or BASKETBALL AT TUNKHANNOCK. THEN THE ETHING ENDED WITH LOSES IN roun QUT or THE NEXT FIVE GAMES. THE TIGERS ENDED THE SEASON WITH A 1U-5 RECORD' THIG INCLUDED 2 LOSEB IN DLAVOFF GAMES WITH CLARK8-SUMMIT' THE A DGUAD HAD FIVE SENIORS ON IT, CHAFLIE SHAW, BROWNIE SHELDON, KENNY HOWELL, JOHNNY DONOVAN, ANU LELAND SHUPPa FOLLOWING ARE THE SCORES: TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNQCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TuNuHANNocx NDNTROSE SCOTT DALTON LAKETON FACTORVVILLE NEWTON-RANSOM NIcHoLsoN CLARKE SUMMIT BENTON CLARKS SUMMIT SCOTT CLARHG Sum I T DALTON FACTORYVILLE NEWTON-RANBOM NICHOLBON NbNTnosE BENTON CLAnxs SUMMIT 26 37 3h 39 311 ho 30 7411 U2 hh 7 1 U2 140 32 I 7 55 117 B SQUAD BASHETB LL Funsf Row: A. DuBQlc:, N. Snuww, H. DuBolcs, G. Ross, B VUBTICE SECOND Row: R, Lgg, C. BALTRUBAITIB, A. GABLE,C. NbAr::, K Klnosfou B-Scrum won 6 Ano Lost 6. TH: sconce APE! TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TuNxnANNocn Tuwnnmunocx TUNKHANNQCK TunxHANNocx TuunHANNocx TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK TUNKHANNOCK 21 38 514 27 35 26 39 30 28 314 3 lu 59 LAczvvlLL: Ntsnonpsu Rusn FALLs-0v:nrl:Ln SPnnNavnLLs Dlmocx BsAuMoNT LACEVVILLE Ntsnopveu SPnlNovlLL: Dumocx FALLa-0vznrs:Ln Rueu BEAUMONT TRACK J ,., , , 1 . If ff. , V.. if Eigsv Row: V. Ntvsns, J. Ross, E. SHOTWELL, J.CAn:v, K. KnAus:. Sscouo Rgg: G. Rsrrecnc, J. WRIGHT, W. Zznco, Nh. Szcnnusf, CoAcH. THlRo-Bggi T. DEWlT1, J. HILLER, B.Avne, Founrn Row: K. MAvBsnnv, P. Msvcns. VULLEYBALL Finer Row: M. Huoocx, B. Hoovsn. B. WILLIAMS. 5. Las. C. SHAW, J. DoNovAN- Sccown Row: K. HoweLL, T. DoLBsAn, C. Envlmc, B. Avnz, D. WHITE. B. EUSTICE, J. CARsv, J. Bowen. Tuuno Row: P. Passmopz, B. HEPMAN, D. JAQUISH, B. DuBoucs, K. KnAusz. T. ATHEPHOLT. FounTH Row: O. CALVEPY, C. CARPEPTEQ, B. LEE. J. KELLER, M. DAVENPORT, A. UuBolcE. P. Mvsns, T. DEWITT. C. FRANTZ. 90 f 1' 6 v .. 9 1 w. w al J f , ,, S Xe ' ' QW? 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