Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)

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S11 N11-11111: 111111 11111C1:1111 111111 1111 as il teacher 111111 51-11i11r dean been 11c11e t11111 he wax 111'11111111e11 111 the 111'111c111111Nl1111 111 111111 111u11 f11l'EC years ago. l 1111 XY11lC11 C1H'CL'1' xc1111111 L IA R C. HISTDIQY DEDAIQT If Seated: ANNA MARY MILLER Vwv.-XRRIORS MARK. PENNSYLVANIA Anna Marx Mllh-1. :11 lneeenl wln Nexenih :Lulu hlel--ry teacher, wa- awztlrlevl :1 allpI1un21 hy the Intlmnza Stqne 'lkc:1cl1cx- V1-llegr. She hilx alw ztttenflevl l'vnn State. Allhunuh fhu hm heen wnh xxx unly 1InN year, Nhe qlnckly eN1.1lnI1xhe4I herwlf H- well th.11 Nhe wax gupll--1111111 1-ne uf the llliijlil c--an-hes fm mn' 4leh1111n1I le.1ln. RALPH T. XYOLFGANG TYRUNL, PLNNsY1,mN1A Mr. XY'-Itpgnlng, the he-.ul 111' the Illilmy Ilepzullnenl, :N .1 I--Inner Nlntlenl 1-f jllnmtzu U-Ilene, :unl un Jlllllllllllx .tt 1he l'n11c-nelly HI' l'e1111NyI1'a111.1, wheue he xecexxetl hu A. H, tlegrree. Since then he has heen :ln active nntl IIIIEICNISII lnnnsltfl' uf the hugh Nehru-l, Imxnng servecl her 11111 I-'urleen yeznw, NANCY ,IANE LUCAS PH11.1Psm'Rf:, P1iNN24Y1.1'ANlA Huw I.llt'J1N X111-nt her c'--llege tlayx nu the Lucy XYuhh Ilnyex Sell'-nl, Alnerlczm l'11ive1'-lty, :mtl 1w-- 1-I he-1 xlnnmer 1:1c.1tn-xxx :11 Venn Slitlf. She 5...-ee-we nn A. ll. decree. .XIICIEIII Inxtnrx' :xntl Clvlu .ure the Nllhject- whxrh she hu- t:un:ht :tt Gllegx Rfvlnnx-rn, San jnznn, I'-'11-1 Riot. Mun I.11c.u rnakes .nn IIIICYCNICJ zenvl flnrewllll lnxumpem 11-1 mn' 4Ieh:11n1g ternnx :mtl lllell' olz1cl1eN. 5131111111142 MARY ,IULIA GRAFIUS MART1NsB1'R1:, PFNNs1'11'Ax1A Une --f -nn' un-ue pn-mic-Nlxe tezu'he1N,i NIM. timtnlx, wfuuvetl her MAX. degree 111 1'.-ltnnhm Lilli- xcxxlty, ztlthnnuh Nhe rhtnnx lhu l'n1ver-115' --I Vlllbllllll-ill 41- her Ahnza Mater. Fur tive xear- the N--plm--111ul'eN , - 1 :anal jun:--lx huxe xtnwhell lnxl--ry nntler her dlre-its--n u-ry 1-1'-vtltzshly, llexnles zu-nnllxng the mlutlef wt 1 wltln-111:-me claw 'lean xhe helped 1he 5421111-is w11h lhcn' Vlnxxtxnzm party this year. CLEADETH V. SNYDER Pl.AINI'II1l.I5. PENNsY1,vAN1fx The hngher nlxtlluln-tnx uf Ieznnxnu zntlenfie-I hx Mu. Snyxlcr were l,lL'k1l'l50Il L'-.IIeue. vllllllillil LN-Ilene 1 where he earner! Ing A, IC, xleurce. .uni Duke l'n1xe1Nny. Mu, Snytler ha- eln'eC1e1l the Ieurnnn: nf the eughth plmle ln the xnlvjcrtx, Inst--my :nnl club. llh x111:p1n't nf uthlullcs thix pezu' an faculty rniuxznzel' 11:15 lnx Jtlnsthle. 1121 ' -. 4 -to Ls 5 . Q Q .. --V 'H-1 .. if N 3, , 2 X' --3 's i 'h l .2 "K L23 SCIENCE DEDAIQTMENT Seated: ' DIANA SMITH BARBUVRVILLI-. KLN'I'l,'CKY xIl:ss Smith recelvenl her .X,ll. tlegiee at tlenilletnwii I'-allege. her ILS. in hhiaiy science at llrexel Institute, anal she alsti zittentleal lk-:ibutly tl-llege, liurmg the past twt- years Bliss Smith has had charge uf the hhrary :incl has succeetletl in making it hy tai the nnisq intriguing' place in sclnitil, MARY E. CORNMESSER BI'.LLXVUUI!, PLNNSYLVANIA Ifmiii the nearby tuwn nf Ilellwnntl cnmes Miss t'.iri1iiiessvi, Shi' receivetl her tliplr-ma lrfvin lntlumsi State Teachers l'nll9g9,wl1g-gre ghg mgqjnietl in get-giaplif. Fur the past threv yt-arg she has taught this subject in the juniwr high sclnml, She has lm-veal In he an ethcient business manager t-rr the senim play, alsri. DORGTHY E. REEVE PiiiL1Psi-wins, PILNNSYLVANIA Lennox .luninr Urllege, Vhicagn Nnrnml Sclnml nl I'hysic:il Iitlucatinn, :incl Nurtliwestern llniversity are the higher erlucatiwnal institutir-ns :ittvilfltrl by Miss Reexe Ifrmn the latter she Hhtauleil a 15.5. flegree. Althnugh this is Bliss Reeve! tirst year with us, slit- has alrearly gainevl the atlmiratinn uf all the girls in her health anal physical etlucatl--n classes and has piwwecl nnlispensqihle as clirectur nf the IIIIEI'-CIE-INS girls' basketball teams. LILLIAN M. WILSON Tvaumz. PENNSYLVANIA Bucknell University ls thc higher instituti-ln nt' learning fr-uni which Bliss IYllsfvn refeiyetl hnth hei bachelors anrl masters flegree. Iler "bug-rlugy" classes have been fav-trite classes with all her sturleuts fur the past six years. Sha- is greatly inte-restefl in her wrvrk anil siventls much time with her aquarium anrl with her variqus hugs :intl beetles. PLO BRESSLER TYRKJNE, PLNNSYLVANIA Miss Brvssler spent hex college rlays in Grtwe Vity fhllege, l'enn State Fullege, anrl Culumbia Ihliversity. She juinezl the juninr high sclnml faculty as Ji teacher nt' Illllsif :intl science uimn the npening nf that builfling three years agn, The sweet meluthes heard tlii-tnxglimit the huilfling at many tunes shww that her classes flu learn mtlslf untler her leavlersliilr. Standing: CHARLES M. PAYNTER BETIIANY, PHNNSYLVANIA Mr. Paynter, familiarly knuwn In llls yi-uug lmpefuls as "t'liuCk." ls a gratluate nf Strouvlsburil State Teachers thllege, having receivecl zi II, S. rlcgiee thcre. l"ur three years he has HKIISIIEIISEIIH health advice tn the junior high buys. STANLEY E, STEIGERWALT I.,liIIItiHTON. PILNNSYLVANIA Mr. Steigerwalt, the jullyA balnl-master, receiveil his Il. A. elegree, at Muhlenberg Cnllege Luul t-ink post graduate wurk at the Ilniverslty of Vennsylvatlia. After wurkmg hir the New Alersey Line l-vinpany and teaching for fine year, he Came tn 'l'yrrrne, where he teaches chemistry, physics, and algebra. EARL E. DAVIS BLOUMSBLIRG. PENNSYLVANIA It was frmn Gettysburg College that Mr. Davis receiveel his II. S. tlegree. Frn' the past twn years Mr. 'Davis has acted as assistant coach ut' athletics antl teacher ot' general science in our Qsclnml. Befnre coming to our City, Mr. Davis worked in a law nftice anfl played basketball fun a traveling team. l13l X P X 5- 5. , I - - . L. S ' 1. n W. . lv.. E '1 f 1. 'r 1 9. -r 1""-.A ? f-Lg... 1, - .- ,PU rl... ,.. 4 V Ili, A ei: '1 .' .,. P. . ,S '-9 - if-1 ' N. -2, ,- W., Q ' A, . ' Q, - . . M ,aw .Qi .. . ,. . ...Q jim' N , v 1' 5 Q A . ' "1 32 . ,, . .., . . , .,. ,. ,, A .4 ,'-. , A l- ...- gr f Q ' ' M, J - f b 11 L. Q 7 ,VT . , , , '75 . A . .gg . . ' ff-5 - fri. 'L .Lf ' 3-13. L " .r-V Q " ' ' ,, ., . . f .. - . V s "' ' , qi , .. l F' f -, if-M QP' - 5 L ' N Q'-T I' 3 M .1 ' '-.fe , wh ' .T ., ' ' I fl . f I wwf- . -.-. Q' ig S .S 4 ff . 1 1 1 2-1. 3 ' - 79 - 7"-7. A.. .F sl, - N '-1 . 6 ,' L IA", 4' wi Q, ' , .,-Q-,wry . 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XYILBUR 1OHNSTON TYRONE, P11NNsx'Lx'.aN1A ,X11 :11111111111- 1-1 -1111 1111411 -1-11--1-1, 111111 11 11111 111111 IIN, 11 XY1111111' 41--111151--11, 111111 1ec1'1ve11 11i C11111111e1'c1:11 1111-1-1111.1 111 1'f.1ll. 171-1' 11111 youu 11c 11:11 1'11cc111111y I1l1xl'll 1'11111'1qe 111 the -1111'k 11111111 :11111 cH1C1e11t1y 111x- 111,11'uc11 1111' 111:1111' 1111l11-- x1'1111'11 111:11 1111N1t11111 1':11'1'11'x. 1'11'e11 1111111111 1116 Nl1ll1Il1l'l' yhlll wl11 111111 xYl11Jl11' .11 W11111, 1'111'1'11i11u11-1--111 .11111 -111111111w 1111' 1111' next N1'111.1-1 161111, E1-S.'1'RI'TH DIETRICK T1'RoN12. P1fNNQ1'L1'.xN1A T111- 1-11111411114 N1-1111.111 -11 11111 N111-c1'1111f:11-111111 11:11 c1111e:11'c11 111-111:11 111 1'11'1'3' 11116 :111-1111 1116 i1'1111111 11111-1s 51111 11 111117111 1111-11111 ax "1'111," X11-1 1l1e11'11-k 11111w11e11 :1 1'-111111: ill ,111111:11:1 Cullcge 111 Nv3C1'n'1ill'1ll1 111111., 1-11I1111111u 11111r11,'I'111' I1 Pq1'11w11 -11 11111:e yc:11x, N112 11:11 11cu11 1u1'1e1:11'1 11- 111c wll1lC1'l1l1L'1141C11l. Dllfllll ' 11111 141111- X111- 11.11 1.111111 :111 nctlvc 1111t.'1'L'N1 111 :111 1111111 N1-1111-+1 :111l11111cN. -Y, , I 1141 9 1 I I 1 1 F X1 X1 K III Y MATH EMATICI DEIDAIQT ENT Sealefl: ROSE ANNA BARR TYRIINE, PENNSYLVANIA Strzughl lI'fIIII the wlmnx Ill he-I' .XlIII.I Nl.I'sI, l'eIIII State. where Nhe lt'L'ElYl?l'l El Bacllel-Ir -If Scienfe Ilegrre, IXIINN llnrr came t-I teach III l,IIIs'IIl1I -luIIIIIr llugh thu year. XYhIle III cullcge NIINN Burr Wai electell lu nIcIIIheI'NlIIII III the l'l1l IQIIIIINI 1'hI, IIII lI-III-II':Ir5 lI':IteI'IIIIy, IIII4l wan JIINII the recIpIeIIt 1-l Neverxxl -I'lIIIlzII'NlIIp-. FRANCES PEARSON PLIRI ALLLNIII-NY. PENNSYLVANIA The IIIIIIIIEIIIIIIIIK "hug" lllll-I Cllllilllllj IIIIYI- hntc-'I KIIW l'e:IrwII h:IIIl If the Illlllllldl' III whrch her flaws- have IfI'f-gre-Nell In tlIIN Nuhjccl IN :mv Hlllll. Blur IN :I I:raIlIIzIIe uf l,-wk llzxveu Stine 'l'c'.1iCllt'I'5 lhllege :IIIIl lI:IN :Ilw alterlrlull l't'llll.I512l1U. If wa- fI'IIIII Ihr IIIANI I-l the-Ne, lImYeveI', thin! Qhe refelveml El ILS, Ileuree. Tho IIpeIIII1g III Ihe IIIIIIIII' high scluml III 1031! llflllllllll hr-I' here. Hell-re cf-IIIIIII: here tv' leach Nha' l:IIII:hl In the QlCIllCllllll'y NL'lIIII-lx :rf l'HttcI L'nIIIIty. St.IIIIliIIt:: RUTH KING ML'Nf1Y, PENNSYLVANIA llucknell l'IIIIsrNIIy IN the .xllllil Mater uf MIN- Kmg. .Xt IhIN.III-IIIIIIIIIII Nha ulw recelvffll :III Ill. A, Ilegree. MINN KIIII4 hm Nervul f-Ir three yearf III the ca1IsII'Ity -Il IlepaI!IIIent hm-sul III III:IIlIeIIIntIcN III nur hugh Nclr--ul. A- :III extra-clrrrirular Ixctivlty, Nha hzu artefl 11' Ileau uf the lllllllll' ClIlNN. Jlllfl the I'eIIIzIIkalIle -IICCSNN ul hvr "l'IIvIIIN" Ivrflve her wI:ItlI III thu IIIINIIIIIII. LOTTIE IRENE YOHN BFLLXVUUD, Pl'.NNFYLVANlA llellwllwl ulIIIIIIN IIIIIwther IIII-II.l'Ier :If IIIII' lllixllllf, :Iml thu Inc-IIIbI-I' IN MINE. YHIIII. They Nurelx' "ran: 'em HIIIV' III that Nlllilll twwn If Nvvme 'If I-III' fzwlllty nIeIIIlycIx zum' any Imllvalrlvrl. l'1l'4'Illl llmul Fnllcge Nhe I'eL'eIveIl her IX. ll. Ilegree, :Iml fur tml year- Nhe hzn t:IuI:hI lwrv in JIIIIIIII' lllllll Nchw-I. Kluvh I-f the excellvucr uf the fr:NlIIIIIIn play IYIIN I-WIIIIJ In NIINN YwhII'N uIItII'IIIg w--rk :IN CI-:Ich. Nm III l"Is'turc: WIKLTER MENSCH TYRIJNE, PENNSYLVANIA Mr. NlE'llNl'l'l Nlllfllfll :II GElly'4l,llIl'H fflllcpfe, :lull :Ifwr e:IrIIIIIg hu ll, S. Ileuree ilu-re, rlIIl Lfl'Zl1'll1HQ' wnrk at l2uI'kIIe-ll l'IIIYeI'NIty. lle III--I :It1uIIIlefl lllI..IIIINbIIIu State Te:IrlII-r- l'IIllI-ge III I-ruler Il- Nlllfll' li:lIIs':ItII:II. Mr. Al9l1NL'll tznlght three yezuw ill ll:IIIvIllc llel'-Ire QIIIIIIIIIL hvre. VIII' lllff? YCHYN he IWW IIIIII:IteIl the frcNlIIII:In 'Il' nur -clrwvl llllll the l'llj'NIEI'lE-I Ill .Xlggelwruu l. A- flII'I-ct-II' nl ntlrletuw :mul crmcll Ill flmllmll 2IIIrl lvnketlrilll, Vvfach MI-Inch hae malls the Icarus nf Tyrfnle llIgh Sclm-Il lIII:lIfI':IIIkIIIg 'Ines I IIIIIIIIIL' the ICIIIIIN :If c'eIItr:Il PElIll9j'lYHIllZl. HIN Ie:IIIIN work wrth hIIII, IIHI for llllll, Llllll all hIN 1Il:IyI'IN cffnxiller lIInI --ne -If their ln-Nt fI'IeIIflN. ll5l 1 -1 E1 11'-' ., 1 DEDAIQT ENTS Cf AIQTS AND LANGUAGES LLTELLA LOVELASS 1V1lL.-XNVILLE, PEN N SY I.vANIA Thi- 1-1'111'11'111. 111111: 11':11'11e1' 11111 :I u'1':11111.111- --1 11111111111 1'11I1e1:e, 1111111 11'11i1g11 she 1-rce11e11 111-1' 11.11, 111-ure-c. .11 11111 1-1111 111' 111: 111'A1 Nc1111AN1e-1' IIIIN 1e.11' Nhe 11:11 '1'1'1'1111e 1I1L11 S0111-111 111 leach 1.111111 111 111: S1e411e11: 1111411 -1'111111lA 111 Nc1111111'11, XL11' Ymk. ,IESSE H, DANIELS TYRONIZ, PENNSYLVANIA 41111-1' 1'u1'1:11'111.4 :1 11111111111:1 11'11111 1.1-wk 111111311 State N111111:11 9011111-1, 111111 l'l1il1U.1 111N 13. N1.'l1, 111-1:1'ce :11 Yz1111g11:11N1- 1'1111'c1-111. N111 11.11111-IA j1111Ie1I the 1:11-11111' 1-I 'I'1'1'1-11: 111u11 Sch-1111 111110 years 111411. Ile IN 11111'11111- 1111:-1'1-A1c11 111 1115 1111111 :111111I11: 11113 l111yA .1f 1111 X1.111uz11 '1'1':1I11111u 1111111-, 31111 1111. 111111 gram I 1111111:1111c 11111111 111f:1I1, ERTVIA REBA ZELLERS SINxIN11 SPRIN1:s, PENNSYLVANIA 511111 u1.11111:1111111 11'-1111 1-X1111'1u111 l'11I1ege 11'11e1'1- Nhe 111-ceI1'1A11 11:1 A. 11. 11egI'c1: 211111 111111111113 111 art, M111 Z1-111-11 11:1f 1:111u111 :111 111111 u11111.111cc 1111 111: 1-:111 1111'cc 1:-:111 111 ,11111I111' 1111411 -1111I1'111N. .XNs1Nte11 by 111 the 11 1' I 111e X1 1111111 1110 1l111e 1111- 1121A 111111 11'I'1' 01111111111 N11I1v:1'111- '11'A 11' 5111111111115 DOROTH Y COVE 11111 1'11.11'111I1I1: .X1'1 S11I1cI'11N111' IN :I 141II111I.111- 111 11111-1 IIIIIXCI 111 ,.N. 1.1-vc 1c:11'111-1 l'1111' .X11N 111 1111: 111111Ie -1'11-1-111, 111111 :IN c1e111111111' 1111 11116 11111111 A111' 11u11111w 11101111 BESS K. FLIRBIE MIN, I'1I111IcN 1I:111II'I11 11111-19:11 :11111I1IEs 11'CI'11 111:1'c-11111111 111 C11lII'Nes 11111 V1111111, 11h.I1'.1 1'1111NcI1:111111 111 X111-11' 1111c1'e N116 1'c1'cI1'cI1 1 :I 11.31 1I1'1' 1-I11I':11I1v 111111 I.11'c1111I :1I111 f11I11I1z1111I1II1 11'11I'k. 211 111111'II Nhc 11':1N cn 11L'1' 1111'1,'1'111-11 111 1119 X111NI1' I1c11.11'1I11c11l 111 NIIQII1 lwllrgel A11e:11c 11'c11 1111' RUTH KESSLER H1111 Ixcx-11'1', :111 511111111151 -11 11111116 111xI1 5r111-1-1. 1'1:11111A I1ez11'c1' 1I1e 1-:111 111'1. 1e:11'1 Nhr 11:11 been 111 chxllrle 111 111s 11111116 1fc-111-11111c- 111-1 1 11c 1113 1 161111 11'111cI1 1111 1111-V11.1fc111c111 111 1111- 1111111111 .1I'u11 111 11111111 111 - I' 1111111 1111-rc. N111 III II11'11II0Z FLORENCE M. BECKMAN MII111LETo11'N, 01110 111111 1'1111111111I:1 I'I1I1'eI'NI11'. Blue 1111'A, 111e 4111- 111. 111-f11111e 1111111111 E1IP11RII'111. PENNSYLVANIA 11114911 :11 1111'11 c1111e1:eN :IN 1111111 11L'K1'ee. 111111 S1'1'I11:lINe 11II11'e1'sI11'. uuuezl 1111 11-111' 1'c:11'N, :IN 11'eII 111 IICI' 1c111111'1e111ge 111 11111N1c, TYIQONIL PENNSYLVANIA 1'1111E11E 1111' I1e1' .X1111:1 K1:11eI'. I'111' 1I1I1III:-111. 111111 11Ie 11e1I1'111uN 1-11111K 111111111-1111' 111 the Nucccv 1-1 1181 COl'l'11iRSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA X1.111x111-111 X-11111.11 S1-111111, N1'1:111111e I11i1'e1w111-, :11111 1161111 Suns 1'1111e1:1' 11z11'e 1161111 1141111111111 111111111115 111I' RIINN I11'1'11111nII, Sha' 1111111- 11 111-ucv: 1111111 1'c11I1 511116. 111 1111- 11111 111111 111:11 N116 1111A 111u1I 11'1111 111, N11e 1111A 1-1-C- 111:11 we terl we 111111111 11111 get :111111u 111111--111 111-1'. 1161 11116 A111511 :1 1'1111111111e 111e11111e1' 111 the 1acu111' I a Q 9 a O ' U :- , o f ' o 4 - ' " ' 4 Y 1 u 1 W ix s . DEDAIQTME T UF If GLISH S 1 l: GeliiZDYS M, MYERS NIi,XX'l'llRT, PFNxsY1.v.xN1x Miv KlYet'N ua- 1-ne fi' lui' neu int-inlv-fix i--nnnu ii- --in linuli-h lbeltutinrnt tln xezur. Sliipywiix- bun: St.i'u 'lie,ulwli'f- 1' llvue 1- lui .Xlnm Xlzltez, :mil hy it -he xx.t- .mnlwlell ,i ll, 5 an lntelcxt in :lelmte elle itniilily' :ive-lit:-il ln Llwlxt in k'4lAClllllE fini' texunx, MINNIE R. MOORE Nrxx' Hu1,1.'xNIv. Mu- Mlwwre, ileirzntxncnt he-:ul :mil teuuher ul' xt-ni-n linglixh, receiveil lmtll lu-1 lmrli ileuree fi-lin IR-nn Suite, llvr exlvn-rl11i'1ri1lai qictixitiex me wvntinerl in the lnuli ech- Ctrllllllfllkxflllklll I1l'Hl.Ill1lll. MAYETT.-K G, MOUNTAIN JVNIATA, Une nf thu e -nmll llerw-tix uirh lut- nf we-iwnixilitx ix Nliw Kluliiltfun llc' .Xlinn Vfllleue. when: elle reu'eix'erl Ji H. S, mleuive, Tlne 1. her Neumlfl year in tt-lrlwi' f-I' lin in thnx -vliml. .XX ziwixtxnt uuzicli lin' the frexhinxtn play she nieritx !l1llCll przllxr, Stznnliingf HELEN BOVJMAN Fur three xeztrx Nliw Ili-v.n1:.n hae lwen 14 lnenilur nl 4-nr l'1'l!ll-ll llelrzwtmeilt. X ll Amee it l' nn ul Hl'NTlN4.lul,JN ,. . . . -. 1 l llleue. lu the Slwke-lll'ii1 5l:.H, :lx ite zulxixei. -he lm- ber' In the I-:wt yem. She was engngerl in Siwml Survive XYwrlc in flew Y-lik l'1ty lvclil-re Uvlniml tu Till fleuiee. ll.n ing PE N N 4YLY.'XNI.-X el-ire .lnul nmxtcl N ml yawn lw-tlt :mil Pizx NSYLx',-WIA Hater ix lnnmtli ulixll :Anil lnxtflrx' PE N rs NYLVANIA -.- Sue rereiveil her line lrluliqveilntlulu .110 .ix zu te.ln'l1er. SAIR MAC DOWELL TYRUNI3. PhNNQYLvAxi.x .luniata If-llege law rlznm lu Mtv Nlacll-twill :ix it- ufnfllmte nl .X.Ii. mnk. Tlnx ls her lillh year ax 14 teatlier -if linulz-h in 'l'xr-'ne lrligh ilrlnml, :unl elle IN rec-wuilife-I ln every 1-nz' in lu-inu Czipulvle uf teach nu lieu snlueft ti- the mf-Nt linxxillinu pupil-. llcr Willy 1'en1:nl-:X limp thlyxi- inrllnefl tnwnrrl flunilmer lxrighteeyeml mul attentive, DONALD VJ. SHAFFER SIIIPPENNBI Ria. PENxwYLx'.ats1A Mr, Sliaflelx the 4.ut-tznulim: ilebate cuach, wax grailiintc-ll with liuiilw- lrwnl Sluxi-iveiixlnirg' Shale Teacher- Ffilleue. being a member :ff the Phi Summa l'1 Hfwi1:vrai'y liiliicziti-malil"izitei'i11ty. .Xlthf-iipln he hai been tcaclnim in the juni'-r high fur unly une 5t'znr he hm nmtle him-ell Iwi-tilxn beczuiw 1-l hh Ellllf.lf.IllHI lI'l2il'Hl9l'. XYhen askerl what his hi-bbiex were he reiflieil that they were tm- iiiiiiivrulix to mentwn, Anil that he liliezl everything, HAZEL M. LATSHAVJ Mfxi1TiNsin'Rf:. PENNSYLV.-KNlA Thix quiet and Nerlate little teacher, whit tearlies Enlglikh :xml Latin in the jnni-lr lnuh fclimll. is n graduate uf Juniata ilrllege frfnn which elle rec:-iverl an .X, ll. ileurctx Misx Latsliaw appeared with the ripening uf the lnncrmln ,lllnmr llillh 5Cl1'H'l illlll lille Yvflf f"!llllW'll' orntes her third year of service here. Her cfmiin-xerl :mil in-lfle-1 mzinner han xwus hir her :nanny ifltllile. l17l . - J in ' tl 4 '4-2 .l J J R Q, J .'5 VIA.: -Yw...c.. fa....,4,L muswz, NZ we ww Mfgfff Qfiwglff m,?z2WfMf3 S1340 5 Q xg WZEMXLME w wig? 29 g,33?Q'if' .yifgiiigjgyj R W W W ii? Q Meiji QXLXZSQ, swwmfi-E03 QWMQEMQQ U81 73 I191 Oh, 10115 of enrflzf attenzpi ye still Io rife, By nzozlzzfafzzs p1'I'a' on mozazztaizzs, to the skies? -PQPE I201 ESTHER ANTOKOL Y L'11111111e1'C1z1l l11x'cNt1g:1114111 Vlul: 'SIL lle11e1':1l Sumner Club 'ZW l.11yz1l z1111l 1lig1111ie1l, lkther hm rlllcrl hcrxelf fur ll SllL'CEhbll!l b11N1ue-5 fz11eeL'. , MJQ , ' 15 Yfju,i,?r.,f ,..,,-4-2111! , 1, R' 11 1 'I 11 N -1 ALBERT DADIN " ' ,J Us :Y Cmmp Ii1l1t11y nf Slnlke 111a11 'Rlg - 1f11'11:1l1f111 lnluh 'SIL l.1l11'- ary Staff '31, 'SIL ll1fY lrlllll 'Sl .Xltl11111ul1 All,1r1't l1111l1- 1l11w11 :1t y1111 fr--111 l-rfly llSlMlIIN, he! .1 uwvll Nwlll .111vl lun 111.14lc .1 I1.1e e1l1I111 1 I111' the "Slf11l1e1111:111.A' JAMES B1-11213511 SCICIICC l'11l1 II". '.ll. ,l:1111ex, 11'l111 lx 111111-1-N111-lqe11, Que- lux W111' l,1111he1'- llljl 1111 Hue, I1111 he hm 1::1111e1l the VENIVCEI ul :1ll whw ku-111' l11111. 1 -J! ,x. IV! ,,xv, V ,A jCWSEPH BARBER "joe kYg'7'1Aj ' I' Sc1v:111'e Vl11l1 '2". "JV ' , , 'l'-- thnxe 11l111 1111 1111 lczlwxx' l11111 well. ,luv seem- .111 !,,f'b 1111l411111141l1le lfllIkl'llllj', I1111 Ilfrlllllllllldllfdfllllf reveulx Illill K'-rl 4 he 11 1l-.-g1'111l.1I1Ie .1111l full 11 11111. 0 -P ' LAVONUS BARNES l"1'e111'l1 I-:lllr '.1l. .Xlx-.nap lll1.i'I .1111l 1e1,cL111, l.:111.1111N xh1111l-l 1111-vu :1 l't'llt'l' 1-1 141-H111-x1e.111 e11111l.11u1-. VUALTER BAUER A'W'ud" Hlee L'l11l1 'UQ Sl111l1eN111.111 51.13 'Rjg Sr11111r l'l.15' '3l1.l11111111 l'1'11111 l'111111111IIez- 'Sli ll1-Y l'l11l1'.l2: 514161111- l'l11l1 'QW XY:1l1e1, x111h l11x xxell-lx11-11111 1111 :1111l lllllll'll', 1x ll welc11111c 11e1w111 illly plure .111-l 11115' t1111c. NAQMI DEELEY "fl'ecl1ly" Se111111 l'l:11' 'Up 'l'1'1-ll1fY l"l11l1 'Qi li1-1l-1gy ljlulr lil. l'111'1'e11t live-11111 l'l11l1 '.ll3 ll11111c lfc1111111111cw Qfl11lJ ZW. l.'1111:l111111, 111:11-1-111X, :1111l u-l1le11-h.111e1l, "'l'e1l-lx" lx 11 lnel-we-1l l11e111l 'll ull. MILDRED BICKLE "lW1ll1c" 1'lg1N. 11611:-1' 'JW "Kl1ll1e" 1x N11 11111cl z1111l 111111leNl 31111 5C.111'ely lx11-111' that Xhc 1x .1l1-1111. 'lxlveee 11u11l111ex .1l-111: 111.1lXe l1e1 111-1'1l11 1-1' 1114111111-111 111 'l'. ll, S. She 1x 11 11e11"1'-1111:-1 Ihle ye:11', bu! l1L1N l1ee11 :1 1xcl1-111111- 11110. ANNA MARY BIDDLE "Boots" lllce 1'11l1 'l'l. 'lll, '.lJ: le:11l.11q 1--le 111 4111e1'e11:1, A'S1111l1-11111e1 Sue," '.ll. A111111 M1111 111111 he- j11N1 1111-fthe-1' llllrllllr, lJllI -he ce1'1z1111l5 15 :111 -1111N111111l111g 1111: ff'- eN1.e11:1ll1' 111 T. ll. S. W' THOMAS B1GG1Ns "Tom" l"1'e:111l1 Wulf '31, XII: Smenue t'l11l1 'DL 'J .'Xl1l1111gl1 "T-1111" 1x 1'11rl1c1' 11111et. he 1x :1l11'11yw the' 0, 11'11l1 the gmulx 111 Ellljllllllll he 1.1111le1'1:1k1:5 111 1l11: 111111'e- . dr mer, he ls the k1111l 1.111 f11e111l 1l1.1tB well uv-1tl1 hz111 " jilffl ff" W' L' l31l Af' l n hi in ti ly x 31, , ,Y Y 12 'Y 1 'iv ', Q, ' . .sf ia Air I ' i -. 'wiv ," ROMAINE BILLETTS "Billie" Glee Club '29, '50, '51, '32g Oiwerettzx '29, '30, '31: Draniatics Club '31, Rings on her lingers, bells -in her tries, "Billie" goes dancing wherever she gifes. IRENE BLACK "Rene" Glee Club '30, '31, '321 Operetta 'SIL '31: Junior Prinn Committee '513 Pres. Tri-Hi-Y Club '32: Semin' Play '32: Library Staff '31, "Reue's" pleasant ways have gained for her an enxiable iilaue aiimiig her classmates and the members nf the Tri-Hi-Y Club. ZIK ' vu PAUL N. BOLLINGER P ,lf Swede if.,f.1i,liii '31, Hi-xj Club '52, j 4 " 4 -,f XYe feel sure,tli?tr"'S,vetle" will be tftdivr any life- wurk he clmqses, 1,i:'1ie has laeapsfuf eiitfiusiasin and luads uf ability. lxkciglentiilly, he is greatly interested in athletics, but we have heard that he has annther in- terest which is even inure attractive. -IQHN BONVSER "Franlqe11stein" Clee Club '31, '32, Business Mgr. Faldmn '52, Spukesinan Staff '522 Uperetta '311 French '51, '32, john is une of the Class sheiks. He h aided greatly in the pnblisliing uf this' yezLrlmlk,,qyl" e way he has nianaged all tasks giver 3171 1 Imloves 1,1'1t he will be as successful in"Qife,: ie if uvciety. ,1-if I , JOY igiaqyzlfiigf fy' 'Ib' , "sm" ylileejjfltiln tip keA6lbn1vrS1a1T.'321 Senior Play hugh All-iilflVl'.i,! -FI-,lellv-3 Club '32.v A .ew 1 tt ? wiiilteff with .1 jolly giggle. We sliiyys e swtklcce 41 In wh teve she umlertzikes. .I I 1 C 1 S F. BL NHAM iykesnian Staff '32, l.ibrary Staff '31, '32, Hi-Y C insz. .-Xllh--null Charles ls rather quiet,-we feel assured that his ability tu ilu niuch and say little alwut it will get him what he wants. MILFQRD BUTERBAUGH XYe Canniit think .if llilfm-tl withuut thinking abuut ins 191.111, fur they might easily he 'illetl the "twn inseparables." ' Q Q-lm! 'Q Q4 REBECCA CALDWELL "Becky" Glee l'lulJ '30, H123 Editor uf Falcon '.12g Spokes- . , '.'-1 .' ni-wr l'lay '32, -luniirr Urati.1-ical llerseverancle, stnviliuusness. -:intl aiu-iability are "1lecky's" main qualities, She is 1-ne nl those -girls wlm du then' best, and this bunk bears eviilenfe 1.1 the quality uf her work, EVELYN CALHOUN "Ennis" e Club '20, '30, '31, '32, Slit-kesinan Stall' '321 111-fi-elm lm, lil. "1innie" is une nf the sweetest girls.4N'e know. She ls ni-w taking milieu lersuns, and with the :sill uf these mice she already has, we lcel sure that she will reacli Metrf-pulit.iii heights -tune ilay. ROBERT CASSADY "Ben" Orcliestra 'llg llraniatics Flnh '31. liven tlmugli hc i-z a tease, "1iub's" nice grin makes vnu fiirgive hnn in SYt:'1'j'llllllM'. Q 5.. 1221 J ,I -a x A 1' , 1 Xi s I , 1 2 I ,' 1 1-, ll.: fail' Lf , . N1 JANET CHAMBERLIN "Sandy" meg Club '30, '31, '32, S1mkes111:111 Stuff '31Ig Oper- ett:1 '3ll. 111 ,Inner ure c11n1b1ned lun 111111 SCIIIPIINHENN, 11e1' -nnle ls ll 15114141 1411111111-c11z1Ne1'. MILDRED CLARK "M1d" Glee Club '3lg Ll1Jl'I1l'j' Staff '32, 1"'l'CllC1l l'lul1 '31, '32, "1N111l's" parties hnve 11111418 her 1:11nn11s wlth the l11EIl11IC1'h nf the club. Her cheery xnnle 111111 1111111eN-une wnyx atre well k1n11v11 tw every une, MARGARET COLCBINE "Peg" Glee Flnh 'Sly Falcon 511111 '33, SlHP1'iBSlll2lI1 512111 '31, '31, 1 JXIII1 1N11'1 thls true 111 "1'e1g"'? "She 11--ex nnwre than y-n1'1l surxnneq In tell 1t 111111141 :11'n11xe N11I'l'l'1NC." 11 1111111 1111.11 he 511111 4-1 her than she ls une re:1w11 why lnpyf' lemfvna gn 111111.1ne. K. EDNVIN COMLY "Bud" ' Hee Cluh 'l'-I, '30, 1123 171-1-1111111 '31, 'Sli Ulrerettn ',I, '313 111-Y Club '31, '32, 1 r XX'1th hie jolly grin 211111 c11eery wnya "111141K" 111111111 , x 111111111 well he-"E11jr1v life 'ere ll'N llerl, 1'-11' 11'l1en 14111 .11ie, y-n1'1'e 21 1111111 t1n1e 11e:111." ' ff RAYMOND COWHER "Ray" 4: "Re1y" 1:- an quiet that we :1l11111xt lm-get 11eK nlnaut, Q' but 'k11ence ls gn1r1e11," 111141 truly, an 'k11eer11 1s 14'1'e:1t. but nlence 1J1'e:1te1'," we are exl-eftlnpg rnurh --f 111111. LOUISE DAUGHENBAUGH lllee l'1ll1D '3Il, '31, 'SIL Open-11:1 'RIM '31, l,:n11fe 1x truly juxt the 111111 nf 11111 1-ne hkex tn 1il1"W. l'11'. lllllllllll fhek 1-nly 11ll1llIll1 111111 1nz11ces 11111- lnkes, Juxt 11 hunk at her mfr: 111111 une 1.11'1:cu X1lC'I1l 1111. EARL DAWSON "Peck" "Peck" unly stumhex when the tt-z1rl1e1w lnnke it 11111n15x1l1le 111 1111 nt11er1v1Ne. llmvever, when he ls nnce :1 1r1en11, he 15 always 11 fl'l91lI1. JCSEPH DAWS N "foe" tiles l'1l'l1J '32 171n1tl1:1l 3 111-Y 4'I111,1 212. 4 lt may t' 11'u11, he 111 nl' "jug" 111:11 he it full nl lmnexty 1 .1111111411 14414111-ln-114111-tlllll, FRED SUN "Soup" fll C111 ' H, 31: Sll4l1iCNll1Hll Stuff '31, Flaw 1'rew. '32' ll'l'1lEN1l' 3 '31, ll11e1'e-1141 '.X1: ,lulnnr 1'rnn1 '41 111116 ' 1: H ' Club '30, '31, 111111, 1 C1111111 ring her-1 c11111c-N! A1141 thntl what "re1l 1111 een, for, zu nur claw l11'eNn1c11t. he haf uunlerl u thrgguh lllilllj' hnttle--. sl DW SAK "Eb1vi6" 5114111111 tl, '32, Iizlskethnll '30, '31, i'lz1e.s Ulhuer '- 3 111- luh '3Z. '11 perfect c1111v11--"R1J1:1e"- hns never heen k11n11'n lu paw 21 chance ll!-lI11l1iC ll clever re1nz1rk. XY1th J11 ll. 15111141-11atu1'ed 1.51111 111111 just lzqm nver 111111 but- q tl ls elnnd, he 11111146-. friendx 1v1t11 every une. ,it , K yi 4 , 1231 45. S? Q! 15 , .. if "5 Pg.. 52. 54 J .fi 1, ,. .- V g:f if ggi' 5, D E I 1 x a N' n X I v Y J N. I xil .xi s lj N I il Q, I u 'vl,L,-sl'ff' ab 'N 'i Q 5. 5 EDNA EAKEN Fnnnml at lastfa quiet wmimnf lf fur nn nth rezisf-n than this, Erlnu shlvultl achieve re: ss. 'I 0 Q on ffil GEURGE EYER fl L31 Science l'lnb '20, 4425: Q tieiirlle says "high schiml la 2 l rlirht in it way, ifsff Q I it 'way-' tm. much." VICTOR FOUST "Vic" 1" " X-: ' " '.'l, Science Cu Htlreater men than l may have livetl but l ilnubt l 1 5 it, says "Yin" ' DOROTHH FREEMAN "Dot" SK K I ' Cilee l'lulr '30, '31, '32, Operetta '30, '31. ' Anil here is "lint" with her gnltlen hair and cheer- lul smile. The class would have been incumplete with. I .7 fi mer, fl, ,IAMES FREEMAN "Bud" I lilee llnlr '20, '3II, '31, Uperetta 'ln' '31, Hi-Y i'lulr 'W "Gul helpx them that help themselves," is une of "ln1l's" ninttnes, and he surely has helped himself tw everything, lint. --eimtiisly, he's 1-ne -if the best sports e knnxv. LLOYD FRIDAY "Pork" lllee l'luls '31, '52, Fnfitball '28, '29, '30, '31, Basket- llllll '30, '-ill. '.l1: Track '28, '29, Falcon Staff '32, Class Olticcr '29, Uperetta '31, junior Prom Cnnnnittee '31, - lJ . , . , ,... A Q "1"---ttprints in the sands if time are nut made by sitting churn," Nays Park, Observe his activities. KARL GETZ ',Ba1d,v' Ll Q Varsity Fwitball '31, '32, llisketball '31, '32, Hi-Y ' llnlr '51, '32, ,len-3 Club '31, '32, N Baldy" was -ine uf the star playershnn nur nearl 'imtlmll team tlvs year, and nl him the lair ix -ines when mlnl exclaim---"My Hero!" DUNALD GINGERICH "Don" , Sp-mkesnizni Stuff Xl-: l,ilJrary Start '.l.., French Flnh '32, A Tn nianv "Ibn" seems very quiet.. but, upvn ac- vm V Q iniznnlzincu. he proves very witty and friemlly. lle also je has been a harml xvwrker on the Spukesinan Stat? this N5 K' yezir, X 1 .' MW Vt'lLLlAM HALL "Bill" L lllee l'lnh '2V, '31, Stage Mgr. for Senior Play '30, , l '32, Uperetta '31, Prnm Cuininittee '3l. XL Iv Xl'hen the seizznr play Cilst neecleil an electrician, it 1 liznl only tu call -in "Bill," There is little. he dmeslfl 1, knmv zilmnl this type uf wnrk, Uutsiile nl scliuul we K fp-P .ir he ls quite a sheik. . ' DOROTHY HARDY "Dot" QW litre Klub '30, '30, '11, Srnif-r Play '32, Uperetta , ' llllllllllftf 31. Xvllll her acting ability, "D-wt" will prwbably be- ci-mu ai secuntl Ethel B:n'rymt-re ur Mantle .-Xmlams, for the nnrlil, tw her, is ever El stage un Wl1lCll S116 l'f"' pnses li. be an actress. I0 YP M L x ,. 'f if 'IH CLAIR HARPSTER Spnkexlllall Staff 'SZL Bu:-lllexs Mgr. Sellllll' 1'l:ly " Q'-U 9tlll"11 'U A31 Lllll' . 1 i n . lwlr tldll' well slllyulllg, cllff llwcllclx llzlve lllll llc-rll thi? Ollfg' lllflllelw, :mul j'EIylJQN!'i11't'l llll lle llllly yet llc great. 1 ' f l CLEO HARPSTER , f .-Xml flu' llc., ll cxlll be mul-"IIE lllre 113 llflve .l lllpfll :llllbllll-ll. way up ill the :lll': but lle'4l ical 5 1 llcttel' llllwll llelllw, 'Lulllxc ills lllllrll szllcl' ll1t'l'E.H 1 3 BUGENE HARPSTER MGM" I Y-lu kll-vw "Hells" really l-ll't lllyy, Ile xlllllvly ,lrll lll luxe wllll rckt. HAROLD lgI'?4VUKE KIHETIIEV' I Glas L'll.ll,l,l!'J'4, fill, 'SIL lflllc-lll Stall '31, 'lla Sllolieslllzill '31, llg flrcllcxllzl 'ZLL Im, '11, fll: lilllll '31ggfl1lel'ett:l '31, '32, Ill-Y Vlllll '.llI, '31, 'Rig l.llll.ll5 Still? '31, 'Sl AAHEl1lCll Nlllllllx illl llle Hu- "Ck" llc lx czllullllc, cjjeery, clllltillclll, clexsr. zlllll 4'--llel4'l.lte. . 4 F' v HELEN HILEMAN "Hl" ' l.llll'.ll'y Stull '11 'N Helell Nlfclllw lll-I gl xlwlwl lll-we Illllll lx llecevxlly. llut "they zllw Nflwc wll-- llllly Nmllll Zlllll lull!" ,hw ,A , A . QPQIBCI, ' Kr Rl -' , -, 5 'V . ,, ., CHARLES IGOU 1 ffwd g,ll.ll,' cllllfllf, Selllnl' Play 'ill lfrcllcll l"lllJ '31, '3l.,K':.'h1lLBL Cllzlrlew llcvcl' wulllrx 1-l-lay .lllllllt llllltlllllg lllllt f lle cull put --H lllllll ll-llll-llllw ulllcx- ll ls wlllctlllllu WlIlCll cvlllCEl'lls .l cclhllll urllllll' glrl. MILDRED IKE "Mlll1e" Iell-.1 t'1ull '31, 'Rig Sclellle Vlllll '31, kTlle lllcwllllp Ut' "1llllle'J' .lux-l llfe fell ull llx ll 'C tllc llcw. BERNICE ISENBERG UBCTTIIEH mltxtllllmllllg we lllee llull JU, ,ll, .121 Cllr:-l'elt:l flll, '31, lrlllx' II lll'u' be .lull .ll licrlllc lllglt -llc l- 'A-lllilll llllt llllulllx. 5116 l- .ll g.,.lll-llzlllllrll .lllll 1-lllx' lllxlt lll mln Lu ll blu ultll llc l 1 rl' 'J l c e ' l' .uv-llll-. CARL KELLY HCllTl1EH ,lell-.1 Clull 'Jlg Sflellce lllllll 'JW Tllix curly-llellllell 5-llltll i- gl fylllblll uf Cll1'IlCNl1lCsN. Never flllxlclm-ll, "l'lllll:" lx gl pclwlxlcllt wrt -lf ll cllllll wllll IVLIXN ftrlct atlclltl-lll :ll lllx .Ylwll qlPf:lllA-. MARGARET KING AAMd7'd1dll Glen: Club 'Eli '1'l'llll'Y l'llll,v 'X' , Cllllllllu xl. 'Vylwllle lllull 1ll'lIC1'j1llllU!' yel ' Vfillllly' lllzllle frlellllx zlllfl lliix llmv lJt:UIVlllC one HI our lllul' '- ll, A'N'i:fl'1liEl' ' Y , f-.-.wk ,.. f- l M .f 'V nn rj . 1 Jrp ,LJ . rx l 0 ' l Ll9T s Lbs!! stdfslnsg' 9 14 X I x xl X m .Tm b N J' " l H . J L 'V VA L l K rl ov TM. 1 va A ANNA KREPS HBll.7'l'l'ljll' .lllee l'lub '32: Seninr l'l:iy 'RZ3 ,luninr Prom Oun- nnttee 'ilq French Club '31, H223 Tri-Hi-Y Club '32, Making friends is -ine nl the things "Bunny" can clfi well. lt beems as tliuiigli her lut in life is tu mzike pe-vple linlwpy. EARL LAMBORN "Spider" Ftwtbztll Mgr. 'Sli Fzilcun Stat? '3Zg Junior Prmn 1'--innnttee '3l: ,len-5 Club 'Jig lli-Y Club '32. lizirl, it sturdy Enulieliinzin, luleseesef that ziilmirztble trztit nl' clizimctet' of being :ible In speak his piece A'fll'2ll:l'llt frnm the flmiililerf' tle-pile criticism nr re- buke. :Xltlwugh he ilnex I..--k reticent, ln, winning Nnnle quickly ilissluells any such illusmn. f l ALBERT LARGENT "Ab" lllee l'lub '32: French Club 'Sli lli-Y Club '32. Albert f" '.Xll luiiulsuiiie men 'lie yuung'-I 1lwn't feel well myself." KATHRYN LAUDER "Karyn Fztlcwn Stat? 'jig Spnkexinzui Still? '3l: Prex. French I Club '.ll. '323 Tri'Hi'Y Club 'SIL ,luninr Piwun Ctnn- , mittee '31, ,W .Xn nn' -if refinement ztnnl fl Nllllllllll countenance uc' cwunt fin' K:ithryn's 1:-llfiilzirity. ln her sclin-ll inter- extx xhe wftiilniiew czipztbility :mil willingnen, :Anil ,he Niicceeils. KATHRYN LIST "Kiln I nf lilee Club 'Sli luniur l'rum Ouninittee 'Sli Tri- I lliX Llub V She ie Nweet, haughty, Nllllllllll 'llllll lux! ztuilthei' rexu-in why gentlemen prefer blumlea, yy" 1 W- ' A. If fi, I , H 1' 1 KENNETH LLQYD lxftltl ' ' N Tlnliigli llllltl :tn-l cniixervzitive, "Kenn" has his "1-. 'Q bright nunnents. ,. ' - 'v' 'I 'r . ' - 'r ..: - v. . 4 . -- H Q v ANDREA LCNIBARDO Andy n 5 " F Aluninr l'rmn Cumlnlttee 'Sli llllE?l'Ell3 Clnlllllittee '-il. ' -f 3 ' ' I-'ew ,iutlf-:me can be fnunil t c1lii1pzii'e 'th Auily 'I Q- 'E in cfliciency. tlitiimugliiiefs, :in ilelity. ' , I .. v- 7 DAVID Lotxgfa Daw M4 ' tllee Club '31, '321 Si-niur l'l:ty 'SZQ junior Urzttur- I ivztl KR-ntext 'Sli ,luninr Prtnn llunnnttee 'Sli Cheer- Xiu leznler '31, ff! "lJ:ix'e" ilecitletl tu kliuw us :t thing, ur- twn, ill ni'zit-try' -:tml iliil he? XYell, what mln you think? Q BUDD LUCAS Hslllnn tiles Club 'Sly Science Club 'ilg Mzttlieinuticf Ululn lil. "lluiltl" ik built like at in-Ile. lung.: :intl tlnu---but he'N luyul :intl true in everytlnmr. TANZZA MANNINO lllce l'lub '30, 'Illg Operettxi '30, '-lll Diillllilllff ' Fluln lil. 'l'zin1m muy be wmzill, lxut w :ire gems: yet very hiuhly vitlueil. ,' , 't , i ,fl .. 1261 L , 0C'fcvrkU My y J f f LVM, ,L JAM .yy ,pvvxel-'ill JYNL 1 I - . ,. ' - A , e ' J-v'-Z f ' .nfwfj .pun h facile-J Q 5,1 5 MA, ffgf M f - EA-fr L44 'I ,Tum -v-4? 154 . v 5f"""" , E 'WA Y 1 1 m MARJORIE MARTHOUSE "Marge" Clee Club '3f1: Clvlnniercial Club '31, 1, X, " "Marge" has a kind. pleaxant wrlrfl fur all whrlui p . ' she meets, and readily mal-ces frienils. " PATSEY MEREDITH "Put" Glee Club '20, '30, '31, '32, Falcnn Stat? '32, Spike-- man Staff '31, '32, Uperetta '30, '31, ,len-3 Club '31, 32, I'ri-H11 ilub 32. "Pat" is not only an excellent 5111416111 but ali-1 a grind friend. MARJORIE MILLER "Marg" Glee Club '30, '31, '32: Uperetta '30, '31, Spnkcwf nian Staff '32: .luni-ir Piulni Clninnittee '31, Tri-Hi-Y Club '32, Library Staff '32, Marjrlrie has that rare gift of being: con-tantly anil naturally herwelfz what's nifvre, wha ls une of our nmxt nutstaiidim.: Etumlentx sclnilastically. ROLAND MILLER 1 Glee Club '20, '30, '31, '32, Ui'clieNti':i '30, '11, '3' NJ Falcon Staff: Slwkesnian Staff '31, 1431111 '31, '32, 1-Y Club '31, '32. Hel-e'5 tn Rnlanll, the tinext nf Etuclenta, une uf the 1 yfvungeq ui the clan, anzl Hur prwe blueherl 1 JANE PANASITE "jen" Clee Club '31, '32, Hlferetla '31, Slvwliexinaii Staff '32, ,len-3 Club '32. Jane is always jnlly and kintifjust the knivl nf 11 girl yuu like tu tinrl. MARGARET PANASITE "M1ClQEj"' Glee Club '30, '31. '32, Seni-wr Play '32, Slwkemiaii Staff '32, Uperetta '30, '31, Tri-111-Y Club '32, ,len-3 Club '32. ey"' im nut tall. ui' nut very ymall, but lair, gy v , :mtl lm-Q11 by tm, 1 ' 1 FREDERICK PHI IPS 1 "Fred" Glg Club '40, 3 1 Mgr. .li llzfskftball Teani '32, lper tt '5 1 1 vi ff1'?ll1'Pl'1L'Z1.ll11011163-I '31, S11-:key an ff ,' Seni 1'v'P12lj' '325"ITi-Y Club '31, '32. ' " ' lias,a t-1 resrwlve, a heart 1-1 win, anel N za han tr- execu, XYe Wixli hun luck in hix clumcii 'e --'IiV1E111lPl'l.p' ' ,4 I e " EUGENE PLACHECKI "Gene" 5 Class. Ufbcer "31,SkIfIl-Y Club '31, '32. ' .' "Gaye", with liis-liaplvy-gn1-lucky clmlpaliimib, juxt n ve? Canlbe 551105. QN'e've when hearrl hun inunrlilillly C.ClH11111HQ""'O11, hun' I wiah she were a aenim'." ANNA LOUISE PUTMAN "Lou" Kilee Club '20, '32, Urcliextra '29, '30, '31, Senna' Play '32, Spfvkesinaii Stat? '31, Claw. Ulbcer '32, ,luninr 1'rum Committee '31, French Club '31, '32, Library Staff '20, '32. She is a sweet little pal tt. every une anrl has been one of the must active members 'ff the Cla-E fnice she Came to Tyrone as a aoplimnnre. RUTH MAE PUTMAN "Ruthie" Glee Club '32, Spukesntan '31, Seriiur Plav '32, Clam Ofbcer '29, '31, '323 Uraniatics Club '29, French Club '32, Tri4HifY Club '32. NYhen If-ve anrl levi-ns Claxh, Nhe letx her lewwns gn to sniaflv. Ruth clues have a niincl uf her fwwnfA but unt a heart. Suinebndy ftole that. 1271 1 , 1 1 I U ,Lw4174 1, ,U N 7.191913 Wf'5',, M413 ef fiifi-U' WOW ' -7 17' .,1- I 0 ,. .,1 ff - ,Y , IJ .1 . A " I I , i v , Nl 1 . r ' ' ' O 1 N ', H J 4 ,1 ' ' 1 1 u 4 I .ll 1 K I 7 1 1 " ' Q n 'J 14 .' 1 , J . I . pl ' 1 1,1 1.', 1 I , V ' I Y MARIE READER hlee 111113 Ml, 112: 01161161111 3-15 IJ.'2I11Zlf1CS Club .11. SIlll1C 111111 5116 51111165 11'.t11 111111 1:1111 211111 511e 1alk5. 11111. ANNA ROBINSON "Ann" lllce l'111b '.12: I"1'e11cl1 1.111111 '31, '32. 'I'11e1'1-'5 never Z1 11'111'1'1' f111' "Ann" we 111111, I111' 1111 j111'5 111111 5111'1'1111': rest 1111111 1111 1lEI' 1111111l. GEORGE RODGERS "Buddy" 1"11-11111111 'SIL '31. '32: ll.-Y 1411113 '31, '32. 1111- 1.11 111 111e ca111z1111 111 11111' 111111111111 1e111111 llewruc 11115 111511 1:11111c11 11 name 1.11' 111111 fell 115 11 "sl1e1k" a111l ll 511c11k1:1'. SAMUEL SCORDO "S11m" 5.1111 15 11 11u1e1 fel111w' 11111 1111111 11'l1111 Calvin l'11 1- I 11lge 111'111e1n-11 111' keQ11.11g 11111e1, . XVILLIAM SENSQR I ' illee L'11111 '2U. '311 1 " 1 Qtra ' 'TIL S1-1111111 Play 'F . 11 "I11ll" 1511 '11 1111 ' ' . ev night 11 J .4 111 511-e11111q 5ll'1iIIE, 1 5 SIN 11-1111 1,1 111e5 Z-IQ 11 .xl'll1l, ,r" 111111 51115: "'l'111'1? cl1ee1'5 1111 111e 1111111911 and f11u1' f111' ' 1111'5ell'." 74 M-yy ' I nf f 4'1" HELEN SCHECKLER "D1111 ,V I ' Lv' Hlre f'1111D '321 -1611-.1 '31, '.12g Suencc' C'lu1J '2f4gf-if I 'l .1 ' L'1111111111'c1111 l'lu1J 1111 'I'1'1-111-Y l'.u1J '.12. 1 'f I 1111115 15 111 all her 51e115, 11c111'c11 15 111 her eyee, a111l ,y - 111111'11 11151111111 11111-11 15 111111111 111 11El' fewest w11r1Is. ' IRENE SHILDT "Ike" tiles P1111 '2Q, 1111, '31, '.12: U11e1'e11a '29, '30, '31g l'11111111e1A111111 l11ve5111::1111111 l'lll1b '31. 1l'El1C 15 llflf a t1111vs1' 111111 11111 11 11ea1'lg 5l1e'5 ju51 11 111111l1:. z111f11111111111 11111. 1 4- ELIZABETH SMITH "Bern" XC files -1'1111J 'Sli S1111ke51111111 512111 '20, '30, '31, '321 1 111151 Umcer '311' 131: I"11lc1111 511111 '32: ,1u1111'-1' Ura- ' I11111'.1l 1'11111e51 '31, 1114, I Helly u11e5 1111- 111111115 111 11 "Huge" way. aml 511e 11115 111-11e511y 511111 111111 511s 1le511'e1l 111 1116 when there , 111115 1111 1111e left 111 121111111 11'i1l1 11e1'. aw LII.I..I1A1N SMITH "S1111t11y" - S1111111-51111111 511111 '30, '31, '323 fllee Vlub '32g Art Il11'v:1'1111' f111' SEII1111' 1'l1lj' '.12g l'lf1s4 f'l1:11CC1' '-112 TV1' 111-Y '.12. fl-11 1.l1112lll'H 11111111 111 11611 1111 Cll1I'1l'C 15. XYi111 her am- ,J1j- 111111111 111111 e11t11u51a5111 we expect 11-1 hear great 111111115 ' 111' "S11111l11-" 51111112 11111. 11,11 . Af 1101515 SNYDER U . t ,TN lllec l'l1l1D '20, 'SIL '11, '.123 01'c11e51r:1, '20, '30, jf 1 '31, H123 .111111111' O1'a111r1ca1 1111111651 'Sli 1111616113 '3U. A-"1L'l N111511' 111 511116115 111111 11151111115 111e 11111111 111111 11111 an J' 11111111' c1111 1'e515ta11ce 111111 1111-5i1le5 lllUrlC, El1115e 15 A v g' 1111u1'c511-11 111 IJ11111e51ic Scivuce, 111511. yiklp DLA. H V ff I x 1' ' L . j 1 , JJ J ,IJ , 1 I '91 4 .., ,W ,, 1 ,41 1281 STEVENS n that nhl adage 1-f not slveakini ll11T,l spwkeil tu. and UIIHSSIIIIIIHH is Mwlnclle. She seems tw ,HARLES STEVJART "Charlie" Glee Club '30, '31, '32: Ulweretta '30, '31: .len-3 NX Club '31, '323 l".1lcnn Stxtt '32g Class Ufticer '3Z1 Ill- Y 'Sl I11 l1is llappyvg 1-lucky way Charlie malle the best nf his misllrtunes as "ful take-1"' I-r the animal a111l 'I ienlaiuetl hkenble tl11-uugll it all. I PHOEBE STINE xx XX'hen brul health causell l'htrel1e In leave .nur class 111 the ruithlle 01' the year she was greatly nnssetl, hut we hnpe she will he ahle tt- ct-me back antl jlnu the class uf '33. 1 PAULINE STONEBRAKER "Pallx"' b .' , re Q' tr Glee Club '3l: l'lll'HIIlL'l'ClHl Il'lX'6sllll8llUIl Club '3l. "Fully" has such a sweet' fl1sp1s1t1m1 tl1at she pr-vves CiYllClll4lX'Cly that there ls little t.uth 111 that ulil stnry "red-l1eacle1l means lu-t-l1ealle1l." VIVIAN STOVER "Turin" ljlee Club '29, '30, '31, '3l1 Ulrereltas '10, '30, '31: ' ,len-3 Cluh '32. Lwlyal antl jlllly, X'lYl2lll 1s patience 1rersf1111F1e1l. She . Tri-IIi-Y '32. B tl .J 1, L0 ,'31. 1 C, has the ability tw cuilccutrate, antl, as a result. has accomplishetl much, I ELIZABETH SULLIVAN "Betty" etty lies nrvt have much tn say but is always ady In ill- her part. She is sweet and amiable, a ue frienil In all. JOHN VANNEMAN Frmtball '31, '3l: Basketball '30, '3l: Sp--kesinan '30, '3l: Vice-pres, uf Snph, Class '30, Yice-pres. ul Junior Class '3l: ,lunim' P11-m KH-n11u1ttee '3l3 Ili-Y Club '30, '31, '32. . en are ml' two kinds, and ",laek's" the kind nmst inf us like tn hncl, They say R-1111eu was shine lover, but he should have taken less-uns frvnu "black," 1 GLENN WAITE "Archie" Assistant I.llJl'3YlEill '3.Z: Science Club '30g H1-X' Club '32, Twn little lines wh1cl1 tit "Archie" perfectly are-f ' "My tnngue within my lips l rein: for, who speaks much, mutt speak in vain." IVALO VJEAVER "I11nm1e" Lee Club '31, '3Zg l'1-nuuercial I11vesti1:atio11 Club '3l. "She that was ever fair, anrl never prmitl, hail tongue at will, but never lnucl. ALVIN VJILSON The nhl adage uf "still waters run sleep" suits Alvin to 11e1'fect1n11. and nothing better can be added, I D YI 161 1291 fr ' 'ff-ei -2 C J-53 if' 'KJ' Ll 1, 4 if-' f -lf! ft4 ill,-'- s. , 1 1,'s.."'y I L,-V' ' fp' " -914 l. sl MJ. my J ,, j V101 'I JAMES WILSON Y , Glee Club '30, '31, X123 Falcon U Operetta Jen-3 Club '32. wiic, 'ii' , "Jim" is nw! funny in a certain sense if the non llut he hu- slimvri his sense i wr he edi f the Half:-11, anvl ue are ure ie x put thrnu everythniu else that he does jus xx CATHERINE WISER Shortx Spnkesni:ui Staff '32: Hill gi Clux lei? 'll l 7 Un accnuut of her size 1 x mer ian riiul at times, but, by the ii ie r e ue n ' ver be lust when ie IH the jESSE VVOODRING jesse li-unnl schinil tim b le me lll :lic year, anal si- lie left u It 5, e uitlmut sawn llml he was greatly missed. ALMA MATEIQ Ours is a schnnl to lnvc, Loyal hy hcr wc'll stand: Mountains tnwcr ovcr her, Solemn and grand, Lung may thcy reign zihovc, Those Allcghcnics fair, May they cvcr shcltcr thcrc, Dear old Tyrnnc High! Wlicii wc grow old and grcy, lvlcnfrics will linger stillg Happy hours wc'vc spent with Thcir missions shall fulfill. Lifc will hc sweet and fair, joy will awalzc anew, Wo will cvcr faithful hc, Dear Alma Mater true! I0 YP ,Al i301 thcc 9116. 12,9111 Q, 1 -, - v 5 ' 1 Y gikkq.. sa, B' gf, 5' at .Aly .119 V' K-'fg'a lli'fl'1 rt 5 , 1,-, ' -.' uf ITU!" ,ft , ,vu , , ' sy.. umbsuw HA 'lr nfs., ' ,,., B u 14591, G AL A . f ff l IJLI, x4'Y I 1 f3,!.H, T .y J W MMM Wal E r.- ..4 I l I- , K ,. V' 'Y 1. -f t ffl -7 .1 N A l JUNIORS lfnwt rww: Kutlt .Xnnnern1zn1, lintlt llnyt-tn, I'z-:url Vtlllp, xllflfllll lvIllll'Ill7, lmnue l'u1vper, Rntll N.Xl14lEIN'Ill, llrelxce Ruwntsnt, lllmlyx llrzty, Ruth llnle, nelly ll-rtncr. Rtwie l'lnfll:n', Illmlys licrlmzcl. Svwwllrl rvvw: Iznlnyflr Scllnxnlt, lilenlntt' llrlftlvl, lflxxr lJlllf'I'l, lf-tlter Mac Dantz-lx, llliulya Hzutlnux. N Mary Lslllxailietly llrewlcr, Xvnlpt Hull, Ilclcn llzncltelwr, Kathryn llllllll, l.-'une fhvler. Ilnrrl run! lurnmt lfwcltt, Rzn'n1.-ml Rt-llertx, l'anl Anrzlnfl. Ilnnlex lllzwk, Nlerle 4'-fwlter, Leu llnrnmn. Paul N:-wntzm, Alexznnler llzmpz, .Xllnert lfultsr, Igtwretlcc liflxlllll, Tuny Gernvu. F--urtlx rww: Tlillllillljlt Mullet, ,lznncx XY.-mtxer, ,lr-felflt llftw-I-n, l.:twrence llulrlerwvl-nl, l':unl Fnnli, l.s-umrwl YSn1glcr, ,lawn NYU--tlrtutg, XY1ll:tr4l lltvrlglzte, litlwnrfl Rulwxnwm, llmy Fruyle, H-twrnwl Barr, -lY:lrren Glnjgmv, Rnlmr! Ftnlf. 1 l'1ltl1 rww: lxvnnctlt Illuwerx, tiny Znnlcl, .Xllwert lliltllll, 1 A ,X p vw M Q. ' M ' 'modal J 24 7 L4.,g-A., ' -MYW, L ' , JUNIORS r 7 c,,,c,44' lurxt rmr: Rulrerta lYuyunt, llulcn In-ng, l'l1yll1s Havens, Lzanrzt R'-lrertwn, lYnnI'1'erl l"zn'1lwe, Evelyn ,- Stl-ele, Luth lYlNe, lfayc l,luy4l, Eltnxlme-tlt Sr-ewlx. lilugalnctlt Null, lnfnue xvllllillllxi, Anvrlsl XV-mflrxttgv, 4,11 Secnnrl nlwz Gerald Sevnwur, Iillzalvetlt Reefe, Ruth Strykrr, Plllllllle Strunk, Leila Nearltfw-rf, Nur- N Y mnn Tuner, Mary lhlverstcxn, l,-nnse lxenherg, Il-fnftlxy llult, Flnrgnce Kriflm-r, illzulyx Nearlvmf. ss , P x llwmtllv Iguu, lack Mullet. Tlurtl rf-lv' Mzxflne Ku-pe, XY1n1lrwl Irvin. Marv lnlnise Pvfwxlall, Phyllis Reemlesg lillzulvetlt Uster Dttrntltv "l'lu-rttrts, Il:-ttv Scrtnlru, Ilettv Mn' r,'.Xnn'1 Mentzer. NlargaYet Snnnnc--N. . . . 55 lwwnrtlt rmv: ffnrtu Kreiger, flltve Mwnntf, Rntlt Humber, Jrwlln lllnrnwey, Glenn Ricltlnwlf. fy lfxfvlt rmr: llavnl Zcntnuver. lhumltl Muller, llarlv Krmfunun. ,lvlwlvlw l.:-nu. Xvllblll' Xml, l'lnl1p Rlllem r 51 .4 Ralph llazvarml, lIIlI'l'y l,ykens,, llqnry Rcerl, .Xrtlxnr Kelly, ,lultn ,lfmm'N'. l"l'2l11Cl,N lltaite. ' xtlt rmv: Emu-:te Seller-, lfranlxlm Rttlmtwtt. l".I'Efl Stnnlv, Plllllflfx Witter, XX arr rt ,lulmw-n, flmrles XY:rplu, llc'rl'1ert llunxer, Hubert Schell. ,lzunef Trout, Vance lltldebriuul llmmlll Rf-xelu-rry, XYBI1- flell Smith. r K l I l a, l T IL! N311 ,. V l ,lt S , es.. " 'A 9 gi SOPHCMORES 5 F11'St rnw: Luis l.:11'ge11t, Betty I.-11111, M111'1g:11'e1 ly:--11, A111111 L":1l-le1'w111'11l, Clumbelle HL'3l2111z1:1131. 1 0' 'TJ ' Fl111'e11C1- Mlller, lXl:11'y Ellen llnwkr, Xwlfllllllil Mz1swz11u1, ,lean Nexl. Num I.m11lJz11sl11, Helen Nc111'l1m1I, 1 Mary llmlces. A ' A' Sccfvxul rww: B:11'l1:11':1 llL've1Al1', l.:1 ll111111:: UINI111. xl?l!'IllJl lluuier, M1111 lA'l1lbE KlcI'le:1l, M1111 l,z1u1le1'. , Mz1rjn1'1e Pluutz, l'.1ul111e N1-1'1'1111z111, Mary lflleu Ncw111:111. Stepl1e11 RIs11'1l11-11Ne, .X11tl1v111y M.1x11'11I111l1,. -lnlm Olxerly, Xxvllllillll Nlflillll. U 'l'l111'1l ruw: Al3l'y'l1Cll1' Blcfluxe-1111, lJ111'11tl1y llHlIFEI', l.EIl4P!'2l l.l1!lll, M111 I'111'k-, l'l:111' H:11'11Nter, R-when s , 7 Ill'll'Ill1Ill, luseph l11g1':1111, I-1-11j:1111111 l'111'k-, XY:1l101' Lutz, S.1111uel ll:11'e-, Rulncrt Neff. l"11l11'1l1 rlww' Cl1este1' Miclmelx, R11l1e1'1 l.ykv11N, Ruffel lleyl, Cl:111' llIl.l'IPEI', R1cl1:11'1,l lfe11l1e1'1:, Albert AI!-illC1'l1, llem'11'pe ll11ll111ual1e:11l, Ye1'11r111 N115-lu-'. Al11ys1114 fJ'R11111'k1-, Rfvhcrt l1'1'111. S lf1ftl1 rmv: XYilliz1111 l':11'ke1A, XY:1ll:1re RICNL-il, NYillia111 llcNz1ul, lluyml llutclliwn. ' -1. Y. l vc F 1' ox 1044 " L "I 'lv '4' 'N ll: SOPHOMORES Flfil 1'11w: Ricl1:11'4l l':111111l1g-ll, ficurge .X1:11ew, R11l1c-rt l'l1:1111be1'l111, llnycl 11111111-, Hugh ll1lle1', ,lark 1 A111lc1's1-11, R11lJv1'l f'1':1wf111'1l, S1llIlll1'l Miller, .luie-1111 lllz1711111. Secvunl 1'1-wi ,lane ll1':11l111, Xllflllllll llarlctl, Alez1:111rtte llulflle, Sz11':1l1 ,X1lg1111s, lmlmel l?z11'l1e1'. lrcue N1111. Iklllll V11-null. Mzuy 4'-111l1e1', N1-11111111 Ryz111, R11l1c1'1 ,X111le1'w11, XY:1lti-1' Ii1':1ttu11, XY1lN--11 Mwwre. 'l'l1i1'-l 11-w: F14-1'n'111'c Rlunre, ll'-1w11l1y Bl-11111, l':1tl1e1A111c l'41l1l11'ell, lk-My M51-1x, Iilez111--1' L'.1114l11, Betty I'l11ll111-. ll:11111x1l1 Mm'1'1a-ey, Y11'1:111 C-111'l1e1, Jxllllil l'1'1ut, 1,11 Rue L'11l1, Januar S111ca11l, Samuel llllfllllillll. XY1lll:1111 Rlwmlew. F1111rtl1 nlw' ll:11'1'lut l,lIIXYl!E'l', 'l'l11-l111a1 l'1111, llertl111 Axeuw, lixtlu-1 lhgule. l'llIil'l'llLfC Rlnvzulex, .Xllcc ll H1111 11 XII 11111 lll111 Nl llllllllllx. Alillj' ' H . ' 'pg 1 : ', , :11't:1yQ Illwxwcf, Robert l,Xl'iL'll4, R-1l1c1'1 Cl11'-1111r.lu1', l.CUllEll'll l':1l1l1'1'w41111l, l.u111.111l lllllsl, lflllll rww: llv1111e1' lill-wzulex, Vlllllllllil- Mv11'1'111,1', llz11'11lml Czmfly, jllillll C11111l4-, R11l1e1t 151111, Lurue Burgcl. lluf111:1' ,Xllurlg l1l. l32l ! I l Ju-. SOPHOMORES Fnxl row: Ruth lllckwn, Mzntlm lfnclwt, Mary Dwi-rwak, tjertrude tleplnnt, Betty ,lane Fnrtncy, tlertrnrle llnrxnzm. ,lame lllckwn, Martha llmgery, Marie Ducks:-n, If-:thc-lla Fleck, Llllnm Ftutef. Sucnml rmr: Sara Friday, Annu Hen, Mum Elle-lllnertxer, Linrla Eztken, Gertrude llafren. Com EtterS. ,lane Getz, ,lean llzxll, lvlllllil l'qI'lll2lj', Harry llztnlt, Ruben-t lVrlI'l1.fCl'lCl1, 'l'hn':l rnw: Ahe llztltmlawuy, Rnlpert tinnxztllus, ,lnhn Glenn, Genrge llrtpp, XYtll1:nn lfrnnnn, Jamex Harnlfnm, Rnhert Hates, Rnlwrt lie Dun, t':tlrin l'l4lw:n'4ls, Elmer lfryc. l"4+urth rnw: ,lnhn Frr-nnn, Cnlln-nn lietz, Valvln Ehlur, XY1lhpnn thllwxt, Kenneth Eschlnach, Xxvlllllllll Englenlznl, Chstrles Dnnglns. ,luck-mn l:'rnntz, Xyllllltlll Glenn. .'-'Ii Uv' .LV s'i..-,A rl ,.x ' '4,,X ll fy., ' SOPHOMORES'1y ' W lf' 3,9 Firft rnw: Marian XYznte, Marian Snyder, Sara XYestnn, lcla Tlmmnpxml, Minhie Ylntlmc-rs, Marjnrie Healy Al3'l'l2Ill Strunk, Marte XYay, lllanche VVilt, Arlelaitln- XVarnrvck, C2lJ'4"llllE Shilclt. Se-cnnfl rnw: Mary Spranklc, lilizabetll Key'-, Anna XYll5nn, Ruth NYfmnler. Marie Parker, Mary XVils0n, Bltrlaln Seynnvnr, janet Smith, Sara XYCYIY, Mary Xrngt, l,n1n5e Snyder, Lila Mae XYelslt, Thirfl rnw: Samuel Zangln, Albert XYzzltm1, jack Shilmlt, Jack Snellbalnzh, ,nhn Strnup, Chester Vllhite RICl'I?il'4l XYesley, 1':nrl XX'eNtln'nnk. Lew Schnpp, Vlmestn-r NYwlfwl'd. I"fvn1lh rnw: XYalter NYnle-lznrle, Nevin Tllmnaf, Tum Snnth, Matthew Slmrcr, Dmmld XYnlfe, Mahlnn XYnn1ner, Robert Sullivan, Rnlwrt Slmrer. Flfth rnw: .Xlvah xxlllllilllly Illznne llellii-ll'C'N5El, XYayne Zintlcl. I0 YP .41 l33l 41 'IIA I : H41 !,A II ' I03l'l ,Al H51 . f X .vm-' .-2 25:1 sais. Ar, N137 xiii E UZ--3 .5 SP We g: - X- 51:-3 fy , ' asf M its -f-' f . . , b . ' ..,N. Q ,. . ,id--ge.. '-1-aff' c1.,.g, ' -. 3 ' 5',j,.'-Qi 2 ,11 ,f.A"'.:'l'f'-,,.g':'?3:vs-". Qg""?-ini-f .-4 - 51 HL ' ... ..f I .- F 7 S IMI AIlTiViTilE5 U71 KIAIIQ Y Jflf 'who C1111 tell how lzzzra' if 1.5 I0 flimb The steep Qvlzere FlI7lI8'5 PVOIHII fe111ple 5,11-1185 l1.fft'7'? f-BEATTIE A I0 DA, l3Sl ff 1' ffm-' f ' 4 f 1 I " 1 I f , ,X I 1 o- .j ff t 1 4 1 f 1 t 4 4 - , . f 1 .Ai :li ,1"f' Ag f ,XXI . Y V V I f j , 0 , ' r 'KD J I I . I 2 .Q 5 X f - i r 'A f BOYS' GLEE CLUB First row: James Freeman, NYalter llauer, l'lmrleN Stewart, Rolreii l'Ii.nulmerli1i, Robert Aeiiew, .laek Moffat, john Ulrsrly, tllenn Ricliarrls, Frederick Vlnllips, Roland Hiller. Second row: ,lolin Bowser, ,Xllvert Lzireent. -ltfssc' XYoo1Iinn1, liiunl 1.-vnu, XYill1am llonraney, llariy Reed, XYilliam llilbert, jackson Flllllll. Tllllll l'UWi ,lflseiili llawsoti, lklllliaui Seusoi, Victor l"-rust, Vliarles XVIII:-i', hlr. XY-vlfp.uie flliiectoil, Lloyd Friday, .lanics XYils-in, Albert Klattcrn, .Xlvali XYilli:nns, linfltl Lucas. GLEE CLIJI3 ACTIVITIEI An organization of the school whose ineialweis ha.e endeavored to reach the heights is the Boys' Glee Club. After discontinuing this particular extrafcurricular activity for several years, Mi'. Wcrlfgaiig has again taken up the supervision of the Boys' Glee Club, and, under his direction, the boys have shown line spirit and interest in their work. Meetings were held each lvionday and Thursday evening at 3:30. Any one happening to linger in the building after school on these evenings was surely convinced of the unusual ability the boys possessed in this field, and of the excellent training Mr. Vv'olfgane imparted to them. The club has had many public appearances. At thc Christmas assembly the songs rendered hy its members were an important part of the program. The Parent-Teacher Association has heen entertained by them several times. They have given concerts at the lvflethodist churches at Lakemont and Pleasant Valley. The lvlethodist churches at Tyrone and Vxfarriors Mairk have also been on their list for concerts. In connection with the other glee clubs, they entered the Forensic League Contest held at Tyrone. Several of the boys took prominent parts in the operetta, "The Governor's Daughter," which was presented at the Y. lvl. C. A., April li. 1931, hy the combined glee clubs. All in all, we can say that the boys are making line progress up the mountain side to success, and we wish them fame in the musical world. S -- l39j tif - x, N.- 7 rf'- JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB . 1 , 1 A X . First row: Phyllis llzivens, Alnvy l41'o11e1', Aliltlred l'lz1rk. Ruth llziyton, 1':YClj'll Steele, Lois XY1st-T Rosie l'l11ot':1r, IIL'li'Il Louise Long, Alz11'gz11tct Colobinc, Alzirgzirct lgou. Second row: Eiiloytle Sehlnnlt, AwlX'l1Hl SIUYCIZ Alttmne Krebs. Alztrjoric Aliller, Alxiry A. Z:111g', lllaislys Grey, Phyllis Reeder, lflorenee Kruler, Dorotliy llolt, l.o111sr XY1ll111n1s, ln-uise t211ler, lilimlvetli Noll. Tl111'd'ro11':- llernice Iseiilierg, lletty Aloyer, lilznlys Nezirlioof, t'I:11':1l1clle AlcAl:111:1111y, Al111'1'lvellt' Ale' Go1'r:1'11, Dttfirlllj' Tlioinzis, Eloise S11y1le1', A111111 liol1111so11, Ruth lltile, llorotlig' l11o1i, llrgiee Rogtiiixui Marie XYz1y, Foiirth row: Axvllllifftl lr1'111, llorotliy llouseiy l'z1tsc-1' Alrrewlith, 4l':11l1w llwstinggs, l'iYt.'ljll t'1ll11.1111. Louise IJz1u1:l1e11li:111gl1. Altiry AleXz111l, Alxxruziret King, Alz11'p::11'c't l'.t11:1s1te, l.1ll1:111 Sniith, A111111 XYoo1l- ring. Elizabeth Reese, lfifth r-'111'1 Ruth Stryker, liettv t2z11't11e1', -lznie l':1n:1s1te, liol1ert'1 XY:-1:11t. li ther Alu- llzniels, Al'11'1e Render, janet C'l111111l1crl111, Irene Shiltlt, llctty Scriidcrs, llelen Sl1eckle1', .xllllil Alentler, Elsie IJ1lle11, Betty Smith, lrcne lilziclt, A111121 Kreps, A111111 I.o111sz- l'11l1n:111. Sixth 1'o11'1 Ruth An1n1e1'n1:111. l'1111l111c Strtinlt, lf'e:111o1' liriflili, Ruth lloilser, ll.11'otl11' l'll'Ut'IIlZHl, Kiitlirvn l.1st, llettv lame lforttlev, Alice llluifins, l.e'11o1':1 l.11114l, Al:11'1' Y-nut, l'1l1l.1lwtl1 Szed-. Alttl'IIlA'E lio11'sv:1', lllittlyis llertngcr, lielleeczi l':1I1l111-ll, A111111 AIL111' llulille, Ruth Aliie l'11t111:111, Gllflf CLUB ACTIVITIEI ltloulinlwfll i'AlfllUlIgl1 the -luniorfhenior Girls' Glee Club was faced hy not Z1 few diihculties, yet on the whole its year has heen very successful. At the beginning ol' the term it looked as though the cluh would he ztlwle to hold o11ly o11e nieetine at week during school hours, instead of the two which had heen promised them. However, the old s.1y1ng, uwhere there's 21 will, tl1ere's at way." still seems to hold good in Tyrone High School. for. quite philosophically, the girls decided that if they could not have their second meeting during school hours, they would hold it after school, :ind so they chose Thursday, :it 3:3ll, for the time of their second weekly reheztrszil. The operettai presented hy tl1e comlwined girls' glee club this year was UThe Goyernor's Daughter," :ind the junior Girls' Clllb certainly did its shzire to n1:1ke it 21 success. The way in which the girls haindled the leading roles i11 the show. spezilts well for tl1e dr:1n1t1tic zthilities of some of the girls 11s well :ts their nittsicttl zihilities, Q11 April second Ll I1lllNl'N2I' of the clulfs hest songsters took part in tl1e Forensic League Contest, llIlL.l not only hro11gl1t added glory to theniselves Lllld to tl1e clul'1 hut to tl1e entire school as well. y l40l M325 wif 5 1 . . 5, f , T -.1 I n 'A I1 I if . X ,. If ' l x I . SQPHOMQRE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First ww: l.11is l.2lI'fIt?l'lf, hvll'Jlllll1l llarlelt, .le:111e11e l31l,1l1le, Blilfj' Ellen llziwke, M:11'1o11 S11y1lc-r, Ruth Di 'snll, lietty l'l11ll111s. M1-. Bess Furhie IM11-ie Siipervisorl, 1,211-oliiie Shildt, l1l:1 'l'l1o111ps-111, Marian S Link, lierzildiiit- Bain-111. M11111 l'lllei1be1'g'e1'. Q9 nd row: Louise Snyder, A111111 Priest. liertriide llepl1z11't, Yi1'gi111:1 llziscziro, Ninn I,11111l1:11'd11, May ark-, Floreiicc M1.or1', L'o1'11 litters. Tl1cl111.a Cupp, Klzirgorie Heals, Rliiry 1.11111-e NleCle:1f, Mary l.:1111ler, 1T:1rll1:1 Foclit, Mz11'j11r1e Pfoulz, lS:1rl1:1r:1 fIt'VEl'lj', Marie llickson. ' 11rd row: X'lYl1lll F1111-l1e1', l':111l111e Merryiiiaii, Ruth XY11-1111e1', .hllllfl XY1lso11, lrene Nun, lsubclle li.11'I1er, S2ll'll Ad:1111-, 11111: Dicks-111, Betty L1-ng, jane ll1'z11l111, l"l111'c11ce Miller, Isabelle Fleck, ghllllil Mary Scliiiuider, Mah' lDw111's21k. lfuurtli row: 521111 XYe11l, Klmiiie Yothers, 11lz1 May XYelsl1. Rlfiry Sp1':111l1lc, listlier Riggle, Gertrude liltflllilll, Elm-air-11' liioiul--, l'z1tl1er1111A C:1l4lwell. T'll1':1l1e1l1 Myers, Nl:11'y lliekvs, lleleii Ne-:11rl1-mf, Klxtrtlin lluuser, IJH1'-.tliy M-11-re, Blilflllil liiilgery. ,Xmlclzxi-lc XY.111111cl1. l"1ftl1 1-1111': june lieu, ,lean Neil, ll:1r11ct Coxilleiy 5:11411 XYes11111, Florriice Rl11.:11les. -le-:111 ll.1Il, hvlllllit l'r11l:11', GLEE CLUB ACTIVITIES lllwlflwlffdl club work this year was so great that the Sophomore Girls' Glee Cluh, was girls reported for practice. There was Tl1e number of girls who signified a desire for glee it was necessary to lorm two cluhs. A new cluh. called formed, and when the first meeting was culled. sixtyftwo no dropping out of any of this numher during the year. Tl1e fifth period of Tuesday and the fourth period of Friday were given to this worl-1 hy the girls. These same sopliomore girls gave willingly of their tinie. help. and talent to make the operettzi presented hy the senior high groups Ll success, It wus lrom their nurnher that the heroine for the production was chosen. At all public appezirunces, such as P. T, :X meetings, where this group sung it was enthusif nstically received. Much is expected from this group in a musical way during their junior and senior years. 1 ,,n..'e 'ill 5 5 l4ll L0 A BAN D AN D GRCHESTRA First row: Charles lY1tter. Angelo Vespa, ,lackson Frantz, xvllllillll Sensor. Dorothy Holt, Martlia Giilgery, Lewis Cox, Elnier llailiu, Clark Speece, NYai'ren Cllasgoxv. hlrs, ll:-.s Furhie lSupervisoi' uf Musicl. Second row: ,lack Leinliarilt, ,lules l'i-owell, Eilwaril liomauak, Sara Atlanis, Eloise Snyder, lletty Cupper, Anna Louise l'utniaii, Elivalaetli Noll, Anna lYoorli'im.:. Third row: Dennis llantl, Lewis XYatson, Leslie lfinl-c, llenry lleyl, Enlwiu Buckley, Roland Miller. S. E. Steigerwalt lllaml Directory! Max Kimmel, ,lack Bloliet. Fourth iw-wi Norman Ryan, XYilliam l.a Porte, Michael Fraiicliio, XYilliam Houraiiey. THE BAND Vvlhen the Iizst call was sent out for volunteers to form the nucleus of a band. only six students responded. It appeared as though the school would be lacking in this particular musical organization. Gradually, however, more rallied to the band cause until the group numbered fifteen. Mr. Steigerwalt, the band instructor, deserves much credit for the interest and enthusiasm which have been created in this work. He and his boys have succeeded in doing the necessary pioneer work in eilectine band organization, and the school is anticipating big results in a year or more. A band uniform has been chosen for the band members. Reasonably soon we expect our band. not only to do its part. but look its part. TH E DIQCH ESTIQA Another popular musical group is the orchestra. It functions at the senior play, operettns, P. T. A. meetings, class day and commencement programs. etc. Wliat is more-it entered into the Forensic League Contest, the musical end of which was held at Tyrone High School this year, and made a line showing. Solo numbers were played by Angelo Vespa on the violin and Harry Lykens on the piano and trombone. . Mali Q 4 l+2l qwgfwis.. wp '. Q, ff . .Q g,w+.. , Q K ff sf-1-.,-,......4,.'....f,.... -..... ..-,,,.....--..: ,.-..'. ...S t?""'fw ....... M-s--i-:W-fs-fs2:.,--.,.,,f.t-...ni-1---fm, . .. A, .-.H ..-..m..-...,-,..,,.e ,... .-..,-.,,f,,........,,,h.. -Q.-........... SENIOR PLAY CAST Reading from left to right: Role Rebecca Vililnell. . ,...Nliss l.ytln- llul'UIl1j' llaimly ..........., ..,. X liss Sinini-Ins Vlizules liguu .... ..Nli', Swift llzivnl Lune .......,....,.. .,.1'lwester lliiniey Anna Kiel-s ..... ,.., S ulie lllf-fun .luy llruwel' ........ ...Hrs -laclfswii Ruth I'n1m:in ,.,. . ...Xlls, Niniiiwns xlIH'lJlH'L'I l'anasite.., ,... Sally Otis lfrexl l'lnll11rs .......... .........., N lr, Snnniuns Nzmlnl Healey ...,.. .,.l.1l:i Wlils--n .Kuna l.uuist- l'utin:in ............ Xnnie thx' nizml lvlllllllll Sciisnr, .. ...Blix Sluclils Nut in lviellllvl XYal1ex Ilauer ....,.. Taxi 1li'ixe1 WTHE WHULE TOWN'S TALIYIN 9' This year thc Seniur Class presented as its annual dramatic pruducticwn -Inhn Eniersun's and Anita Luus' farce, "The Vwfhole Town! Talking," The play was presented only une evening, Decemher 7th, instead of having the usual run uf' twu nights as has heen the custom. Much of thc success uf the play was uwing tu the ellnrts of the Clireetress. Miss MaeDuwell, and her two aids. Miss Cornmesser and Miss Dietrick, This very popular and highly amusing r-lay was alsu presented at l.ehn1htnn, Carlisle. Newport. and Berwick high selmuls, A hrief resume uf the play follows: The Simmons family agreed upon all suhleets except in the matter of thc person whuni their daughter was tu marry. Mr Simmons chnse his husiness' partner, Chet Binney, for his daughterls future hushand, while Mrs. Simmons and Ethel favored Roger Shields, a friend uf Ethel's, whum she had met in Clneagu. Tu win his ease Mr. Simmons conjured up an imaginary love-affair for Chet with a well'lanuwn muvie actress, Lettv Lythe. Things hegan to happen when Miss Lythe came to town with her prizeflighting hushancl. Donald Swift. But, of course, in the end Chet won the heautiful Ethel. l43l J 4:-L pn I. .. i' 5 pc f FALCON STAFF Seaterla Margaret- fulvrljllle, typist: Betty Smith, member of art committceg Kathryn llaurler, editor: Minnie Moore, laculty adviser: Reheeca faldwell, editor: Patsey Meredith, typistg Evelyn Calhoun. tylrlsl. Standing: :lohn lloxvser, husine-zs manager: Roland llliller-, snap editor: James Xlalson, joke ec-litor: l,loycl-l'ri1lay, athletic erlit--rg Harold llawke. member ot ai't committeeg l'harles Stewart, assistant ailvertising nianagcrg Earl l.amborn, advertising manager. If FALCU A vearhook that would represent the peak in annual production in Tyrone High School was the goal the Falcon Staff set for itself this year. The largest senior class in the history of the high school and a very successful year in athletics necessitated an enlargement of at least two sections of the hook. But with a falling oft' in the sales of the hook, hecause of the low chh in the hnancial world. what could he done to insure a hook such as they had planned? A suggestion that various groups finance their own pages was suggested. and assented to hy all groups ihroached. The stati herehy desires to extend thanks to the juniors, sophomores, ninth, eighth. and seventh grades, Sophomore Glee Cluh, TrifHifY, and Hi'Y for the excellent financial support they gave in taking care of the costs of their pages in this annual. Unly hy very careful planning and hearty cooperation of all people concerned was it possihle to huild this year the type of hook this is. ln vieyv of the fact that many schools discontinued their annuals this year, the '32 staff of "The Falcon" takes great pride in knowing that, for the first time in its history, 'LThe Falcon" was huilt on its own hudget. ,lohn Bowser, husiness Manager. Earl Lamhorn, advertising Manager. and Miss Moore. facility adviser. attended the P. S. P. A. Convention in Fittshurgh in Decemher, in the interests of "The Falcon." "The Falcon" has heen given honor rating hy the National Scholastic Press Association l4+l for Eve years. 'III SPOKESMAN STAFF First row: Phyllis Havens, Kathryn Lauder, Freil Dickson, Rebecca Caldwell, Alhert llarlin, Misc Helen llownian 1Faeulty .Xilviserh Charles Burnham, Dorothy llarfly, Margaret Oilohiiie, jane llanasite, Kalln-rine XY1ser. Second row: Enloytle Schmiilt, Betty Smith, Fanny Smith, Roberta TVA-yaiit, .Xnna Lumina lhnmgn, Maxine Kreps, Evelyn Calhoun, Margaret l'anasite, -l--y lli'oxvei', Dorothy Holt, Betty Fnpi-er, Nlartha Kniigtiy. 'l'hirml I--wi ,lolin llowser, XYalter Hauer, liillian Smith, Marjorie Hiller, llilfheil XYilson, llannah .XntikoI, Pats:-y Meri-ihth, Elmer llailin, llnigh Miller, .lane lieu, llavnl Zentmeyer. lfourtli rmv: Henle l'un'lier, Clair llarpster, Ralph Ilauarwl, Lutlier llawke, john Hin-ily, Ii.iu44l,l llingeiich, llarolil llaxike, TI-IE SIQDIYESMAN Tyrone High School has heen very proud this year of the record estahlishcd hy its weekly puhlication. UThe Spokesmanfl The difliculties which this newspaper overcame in this most trying of years. the year '32, were wellfnigh insnrmountahle. In the first place. this year the staff was made up of practically new material. only a few of the old memhers having remained to carry on the work, For this reason it was necessary for the greater part of the staff to learn the husiness of newspaper production from the very foundation. The second difficulty that confronted the staff was the matter of finance. The members of the '32 staff resolved to do what no Spokesman Staff had ever hefore done, namely. puhlish Snhscriptions were solicited twice during the school term. and the paper on its own hudget. the advertising managers worked heroically to achieve this end. They have succeeded thus far this writing it augnrs fair that "The Spokesman" will have little school year. An enviahle record for a depression year, to meet all obligations, and at or no deficit at the end of the member of "The National Scholastic Press Association." "The 'LThe Pennsylvania State Press Association." and 'kThe Blair County k'The Spokesman" is a Columhia Press Associationfi Press Association." i'The Falcon" were hosts to the "Blair County Press Association" "The Spokesman" and in Decemher when it convened in its first meeting of thelyear at the Tyrone High School. Rehecca Caldwell, editor of "Falcon" and associate editor of "The Spokesman" is secretary of l45l the county press group. A1 - I qJj'l-49 'uffrj f"'Fwf' T 414 Jiri. il -.,.,pL 'gplff . DEBATING SQUAD Seated: Merle Cwwlxer, I'l1yllu Rcerler, Mis Myers, C-nach, Elizahc-tl1 Noll, Alvin Xlulsnn. Stamllxm: Klux Xltller, tw-zxrlx. Xlr. Slmaffer, coach, Klux Lucas, cuaeh, George Rmlgerf, Jane Getz, Xvllllillll llax-ler, lin-lmxml XYalNl1. DEBATE :Ku ZtCllX'll.y Ill which Ntutlentx are QIYCII an urpurtunity tu Qhuw their selwlastie and Speal-if ing ahllltics is Llehatumg. The call fur dehaterf waf answered llllb year hy thirty ZlllllWlflOUS students. the maturity uf them. lwwever, hclng llmn the mnth grade, From this numhcr sixteen were Selected tu dehatc. and were dxxlded mtl, four teama with a coach fur Cach tcam. After much preparation aucl praetxec each tcam dehated hefurc an assembly gruup, and the eight people shown on this page were Qelccted to rupreft-nt Tyrune Hnglm Sclwnl IH the Forensic League Cuntcst and in dehates wlth wther Blkllf Cmluty hugh Qelu-mls. Of the eight ll'Cllll'5Cl'Q. lane Getz, Phillis Reader, and Ellzaheth Null partlelpated um dehate laxt year, The LUICNIIUII dehatcd was: "Rexulx'cLl That All States Should Euaet Cumpulwry L'nf employment lmurauccf' Much eredlt guex to the l,Ul.lI' enachef, Nliw l.uc.w. MHS lvlyers, Mlss Mlller, and Mr. Shaffer. fur the lllllllllltl ul a successful Clehatmg team. l46l JUNIOR ORATORS Seaiteili l"rerlerieli l'hilli1vs, Reln-Cen llzilrlwn-ll, llnvizl Invilil. Standing: Iiluise Snyder, Marynrie Miller, Iivllznnl Miller, llciiy Snniln. THE JUNIDIQ CIQATDIQICAL CCNTEST The annual junior Qraiturical Contest in which ineinbers of the class of '31 turtle part, was held in the auditorium ul the Y, M, C. A. on May 25. 1931, Under the capable direction of Miss lVIzu:Duwell, the euntestante gave an excellent exhibition of the ability they possessed in this field. All of the uratiuns were interesting and well delivered. The participants and their subjects were in follows: David Long- -"Shall America Go Bacl-c'lfFirst pr1:e of 3l57.5I'l, Frederick Phillips --"A Tribute to Charles A. Lindbergh" Second prize ul' 355150. Rebecca Caldwellff--ulduls and ldenls"gThird prize of 52.50, Mzirjorie lvlillerfultzily. the lvlother of Civilizatiunf' Betty Sinithf'lA Phase of Art." Eloise SnyderfuThe Wlurld, at Vx'hispering1 Gallery," Roland Miller7'The American lndianf' The first prize of 57.511 was donated by A. VV. Templeton. the second prize of 353.110 by H. H. lvlagduvitz, and the third prize ul- 552.50 by H. Hiekes, The judges of the contest were Mr. Prestun lvluulton, Headinzister of the Birininghain School, and Mr. H, Neil. Superintendent uf the Huntingdun Cuunty selmr-ls. I0 YI ,Al H71 . F , K. Y , X THE TRLHLY CLUB First row: Betty Smith, Margaret King, lrcnu Iilaek, Ruth Mae Vutinan, Anna Kreps, Elsa Dtelrlck llfounselorl, Anna l.on1sc I'ntin:nn, Phyllis Nuutler, Gladys Grey, l'atscy Mervtliih. Second row: Mary llexaul, Iilsie lllllen, Kathlxn List. Nelly Sullivan, l.illiai1 Smith, Elizabeth Noll. ,Xnnzn xY:nnilI'llUl. Florence Krialer, lit-rothy lloll, Iitltiy Gartner. Thirrl row: Irene Shihlt, llelvn Sheclflrr, Xanxni lleclvx, Maxine Krups, Marjorie Miller, liclrcrfil Caldwell, llarigaret Panasltl, Helen Iiatelielor, l.:tnra Rolvtwtsnli. Fourth row: gMlvisoi'y Coinniilter conipovfrl ui Xlis. lfavifl lllack, Mrs. Roy l'ulnian, Mrs, Frank IJITCCII' hauuli, :intl Miss Flu Heckinaii. llvlen I.:-ng, lflilalretli Reese, TlQl'l"II- Although it is an organization that shows great promise. the Tri'Hi'Y Cluh was only organized at the heginning of this school year. For manv years there has heen a HifY Cluh for hoys in Tyrone. hut this is the Hrst time there has heen a similar organization for girls. The cluh Hrst rows of the photograph and an advisory committee composed of Mrs. rl. H. Erickson, Mrs. and Miss Florence Beckman with Miss Elsa Dietrick as counselor. Its officers Irene Black. president: Florence Krider, vicefpresidentz Gladys Gray, treasurer: secretary. Sixteen new mcmliers were added in january. was organized in Septeinher with the sixteen charter meinhers shown in the R. T. Garman, are as follows: Betty Smith. The cluh It serves three main training agencies: home, church. and school. stands for the allfround development of its memhers in spirit. mind. and hody. The purpose of the organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. Its ohlcct is to seek, to lind, and to share. Ir supports the slogan: 'ipure thoughts. pure words. pure actions," It also upholds the platform: "sell improveinent. Christian fellowship, and united service," 41 H31 04871 A Z? . " ' 114101 rfb! 'Ill Y Av 1 - - i - Ill-Y l4I.l'll l'1i'xl iww, l'rwl llielvml, lllir-'lvl ll.in'lXe, Xlr, Xlulluimg, in-liunlni, Xlilliiini ll,ill, lziiuvilr ll.irli-wks, Iivlwin lkinilv, Sc-ennfl rliwt ,lnlin llnwser. ,lfiniex lfrecmzm, llfivln-:nfl llnln-ilx, linlsiml Nlillrl, lfierl l'liill1p-, l,1iwi'e'm'e lz4l4lerw1.nil, llizirlew lliilvle, Xlzrllsife BlnXcil, l'..iil luinilnnin Tliiril naw: Karl flew, l':iul .Xiir:mil, lllenn While, l'li.rrlz:x Slcxmiil, Xlfillei llniiwi, Vlmillrx liliviilmin, Allmeri llzulirl, ,lwlin llwfnwulx, l':iul llfillimler. lfnurlli rnw: l.l..y.l lfrnlay. Albert Lzuuent. lllmlli-N XYiilri, lhnl-l fvilllnyel. The HifY cluh iQ another nrg.ini:.itinn uf the Qchnnl which lim l.ihr,ireel under elillieultieg this year. Due to the Pennsylvainizi Rziilrmirfs remnvine it- hngineiiil Qiippnrt lrfiin the Y.M.C.A,, it hecame neeeswiry lnr Mr. Eriliwn, the secretary. In legixe Tyrnne in the mid-t nl the eegixnn. Mr. Erickson was euunsellnr for the H1fY, and hix Llepairtnre left the hnyx willmut .i lender. The hoys were Sorry to line Mr. Erielwnn, whiz. during hix Nhnrt xtziy, had hienrne quite Il lnved and respected friend of theirs. Even thin gh mlm snppnrt ul' Mr Erick-nn Wm greatly lniwed. the hoys continued to hold their ninnthly hziniinetx .ind in unite even in elnxe' himele ul- friend' ship. Undaunted, rlwiigli leziderlew, they sent twenty ul' their thirtyflive meniherx to the Belle' "uc conference in Nuvemher. Weekly Bihliezil instruction wire nflered tn iill whip were interexled lim' Qeven Nueeevive weeks Considering the Cll'CLlIH4lf-IHCCY under wlneli the elnh wwrlieil thu yeiir it niiiy he Qznd tn have heen very successful. The ofhcerc uf the cluh thix year were an lnllnxw: Hfxiwin H.'XXX,'Kl. . . President El'1,ixr1l'1,.vz1iuf'ki . Sei'fuztii-yfTf-etuiiw-cf FR15nriRlr1KDIfziv+oN , Vice Pvendfm Emvix Clnriiix . . . 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' ', , I 1 '- Q 'YL' gi' Q - e r ' -f L 'J - e,. ef'-' lg N - Y ' t N - ' '- 'v fu 1, 'fi' 'U Im ' . v 1 f' .Q J" ' "L. .-'v' "QQ r ., , 1 -Y ,f:?0'f ' ,I R . .- 1311- ,fi -11 i-1 f ,.'- aw J' 1 N T f I W .,+ . 1, J O ' 1 , ' 1 . s PAUL AURAND Came, "Sallyls" passes were accurate and speedy. He played rov- ing center and defense. His ability to pass held many a game that could have easily been lost on a bad toss, Varsity 2, 3, 4 years. Q in BLAINE BERKSTRESSER Gmmi 'LBerky" is a big smile till the whistle blows, and then he becomes serious. He is like a mountain to move, and, when he tackles, there is always destiny strewn from his play. Varsity 3, 4 years. LARUE BURGET Qluartefback In point of weight "Stew" was the lightest on the squad. He ran his team and selected well-gaining plays. L'Stew" showed us he was capable of his position in the Bedford game. My! how he ran for big gains. Varsity 2, 3 years. ,f X f ' ' 0 J I I W LAWRENCE CALDERVVOOD Guard Although "Larry" was not a fast guard he paid up for speed in stopping them coming through the line. His stocky build and good lighting qualities earned him his varsity position. Varsity 3. -1 years. EDWIN coMLY Tackle "Buddy" was a great worker. Although he didn't make the varsity,'his spirit was outstanding. Sickness kept him from strenuous play, but while he was able, he helped work the varsity into condition. Substitute 3, 4 years, I0 YI Q 5. ISH LYNN DRAKE Tackle "Hise" was down under punts and very seldom missed his man. He was strong on offense and worried his opponent conf tinually. "Hise" has two more years. Varsity 1. at JOHN DWORSAK Q Guard Iohn was an ideal guard. b is share of the hght and was always strong on the l' 'I' bad john didn't come out for football sooner. 1 ili ight have helped us in the pIlSt. Varsity 4th year. 3 ALBERT FISHER Halfbaclq Albert was one of the "pony backs" in the first part of the season. He helped fill a regular's shoes until the "pony backs" were eligible to compete in athletics. We look for great results from this small man next year. KARL GETZ End On defense uBaldy" was unbeatable. He was a hard tackler and good blocker, and could snare passes for good gains. He was selected the best end of the whole Blair County district. Varsity 3, 4 years. ROBERT GUNSALLUS End This was 'LBob's" Hrst year at end. He showed that he knew when to play wide and when to come in close. We look forward to even better work from him in the oncoming season. "Bob" was chosen AllfBlair-County End this year. Varsity 1 year. I0 YP ,Y l55l I 5 ALEXANDER HAAG Halflvaclg Although we know 'kIke" hasn't reached his stride as yet. we feel certain that next year he will master his position. 'klken is very clever at handling the ball and can receive passes well, also. Varsity Bd year. VANCE HILDEBRAND Quai-terbaclg "jim" is a star athlete. He has played wonderful ball at T, H. S, There wasn't agame in which he coulcln't make gains. The Altoona game would have been a victory for us, if 'Ilinf' could have played throughout the whole game. He was named AllfBlairfCounty Quarterback. Varsity 2, 3. 4 years. BOYD HUTCHINSON Halfbaclq "Hutch,'l as we call him. was just a newcomer into varsity ranks. but he showed he could tackle and carry the ball well enough to be used as a varsity man in nearly all the big games. Varsity 3d year. XVALLACE MCN EIL Center Vsfe are sure we have a center for next season. "Vs7ally" has been substitute for two years, so next season he should be a varsity man. "Wally" was good for substitution in any part of the game. RAYMOND ROBERTS Glldfd My! what a lighter for his size. "Vv'hitey" tore his way through many an opposing line and tackled his man behind the line of scrimmage. Next year he will be one of Coach Mensch's regulars. I0 YI ,Al - iso N 2 EDWARD ROBINSON Fulllmclq We can never forget uBubbles." He could carry the hall any time for a gain. He was the hest groundfgainer we had for hitting the line. Vsfe shall never forget our hardfliittinvfullf hack and his raiyfs f:lotL!Vg4fi5YiLM91L!y+fL-fjw VW, WU 0 J 79,4 ,fn I J - , n In ff! , Jfyfj, fy ,L-J ,ij ff J' .IJ If Y, kjjr. I I 0 Ups!!! 'S GEORGE RQDGERS X Captain and Tackle "Buttercup'l was one of the strongest men on the line, He always opened a hole and was practically immovable on defense. He made many tackles and very seldom did he miss a man. Varsity 3, 4 years. JOHN VANNEMAN End H-laekl' has been in the team for three seasons. Although he failed to make the Varsity. we all know he was one of the many that helped make the Varsity. jaclas handicap was due to lark of weight and speed. ALBERT VJEAVER End This was "Sonny's" first year to take many bumps, hot he took them and looked for more. He was a good defensive end, DAVID ZENTMYER Tackle "Dave" has almost mastered his position, so, next season. the Coach will allow him to step out. "Dave" has been-an honest worker, and we expect that he will he the season's star next year, , t,... M l 5 7 l 5 Lx ... - FOOTBALL TYRONE VS. ROARING SPRINGS September 26 The first game of the season was played on our local field on a very hot afternoon. We were slightly handicapped on account of ineligible players, so we used what we called our "pony backlield team." The game resulted in a onefsided one. Score: Tyrone 37-Roar' ing Springs O. TYRONE VS. OSCEOLA MILLS October 3 Our boys had a very hard time in stopping the big mining boys from over the mountain. The 'lpony backsu again played hard and held the big team scoreless. The' game was played in hot weather. A break in our favor was the opportunity to play on our own Held. Score: Tyrone O-Osceola Mills O. TYRONE VS. CLEARFIELD October IO Clearfield was treated to a worth-while sight when four fullyfequipped teams representing Tyrone stepped on their field. No wonder the varsity team played well when they were so snappily clad in new white jerseys, etc. Tyrone's weakness at this game was fumbling. Score: Tyrone 14-Clearfield O. TYRONE VS. BEDFORD October 17 Bedford we played at home. Their cockiness received a good ulacingu by being treated to sunshine, rain, and snow. This was the first real test for the Tyrone lads, and they showed their mettle by refusing to be stopped. Score: Tyrone 19fBedford 6. TYRONE VS. MT. UNION October 24 One of the yearly games that has ended in a tie score for three years was finally broken this year. Tyrone rode roughfshod over its opponent to a well-fought victory. The boys just played as if they wanted an undefeated season. They surely worked hard in this game. Score: I0 'P ,Af Tyrone ZOAMI. Union O. l53l S FDDTBALL TYRONE VS. BELLEFONTE Ortnlvcr 341 People said Bellefonte would give us our hrst setfhack. They really thought we had he' come too cocky, but the tide turned not against us. and. when the hacklield started to move, it just cut its way across the field as it had planned to do for another Tyrone victory. This game was played at Bellefonte. Score: Tyrone 47-- Bellefonte U. TYRONE VS. PHILIPSBURG Nnvemlaef 7 Playing in cold November wind and snow the Qrangemen easily won from the mining team. This team of ours just worked like a clock. and when our line held Philipshurg, all the opponents could do was pass. But they passed to no advantage. Score: Tyrone 47!-Philipshurg U. TYRONE VS. HOLLIDAYSBURG November 12 This game was played away from home. It took the Orangemen quite a long time to get started. Hollidayshurg passed all afternoon, because our line was too strong to go through. The cause for the poor showing of our boys may have heen the muddy held. Score: Tyrone 12fHollidayshurg 0. TYRONE VS. PUNXSUTAWNEY November 21 This new team was welcomed hy Tyrone with a nice defeat. Wlieiw the game hecame too much onefsided after the Hrst half, we used ii second team which we were so proud to boast. Score: Tyrone 41-Punxsutawney 0. TYRQNE VS. ALTOONA Notiemlner 26 The annual battle between old rivals tool-1 place at Mansion Park. The game proved to he Altoona's largest drawing card. for undefeated teams were heing matched. Up until the third quarter it was Tyrone's game, but injuries stopped the fast Tyrone team from acquiring an un' defeated season. Score: Tyrone 12-Altoona 25. 0 'I l59l r i lrnwt Run' 11013 1rx1n . P1111 M119 .. B111 Glenn . SL'C4P71L1 Rau' Duyd Hutchinson lkc Haag ... Lynn Drake Stcw Burgct ... Karl Gut: .... Paul Aurand . . . Tlnrd Run' Eddlv Iguu ,... David Zcnunycr Charles Payntcr XYa1tcr Ivlcnxclm . Earl Davis ...., lfrcd Plnllrpf .. Harry Kauffman BASKETBALL VAIQSITY Pusltlml Guard . . Guard . . Forward . . Forward .. Guard .. Center .. Ccntcr .. Ccntcr .. Guard .. Guard .... Asft. Managcr . w :XSS t, Cuaclm Coach Ass t. Cuauh Ivfanagcr Forward .. I0 YP Af 1601 XXf'e1v'11t A D 152 ..,.1-ta 13m 158 145 160 137 1611 174 1611 ,...1.-F 'W WALTE SC Cwucli M coachizy ahili ' mmhined with d sportsmanship and ow o lead L enahle aclg ensch to put winning ea ' the eld yrone igqllmocml is fortunate in having la u a lea er in athl 1 of th past three years. EARL DAVIS Asst Couch For the past two years Mr. Davis has assisted Coach Mensch to whip into shape teams that would rate high in the Ivlountain League Contests. The successes which our varsity teams have won in football and haskethall show thc quality of work done hy our coaches. CHARLES PAYNTER junior High Cimuh No easy task is it to take raw recruits and round them into shape through persistent practice until they are team material. This diiheult task Coach Paynter has done exceedingly well 7 so well that one of his teams met with only two defeats this season. EARL LAMBORN Football Muiiager uspiderf' the little boy with lots ol pep and ability tu worl-Q. carried his work as manager to the peak of execution. He spent all his time attending to his duties, letting nothing slip from his sight. It was said he was one of the hest managers the school has had. FRED PHILLIPS Buslqetball Muwtagei' Fred was appointed manager because it was felt that he could do the work best. Fred is a good worker and well liked hy his team mates. His ahility, honesty, and friendliness have won and will win him many positions of trust. I0 YI 41 im X wma? viii!! l 3 z PAUL AURAND Gumd 'iSally." although a little too slow for our first team, was used as a shock player in the rough games. "Sally" has been on the squad for three seasons. LARUE BURGET Center "Stew" was the key man of the team, since all plays are formed from the center. He was a wonderful shot: also a line dribbler. He was a valuable factor in all our victories, Varsity 2, 3 years. LYNN DRAKE Center "Hise" was right ready when Coach Mensch wanted to rest his regulars. He was a newcomer to our basketball squad, but next year we feel he will be a regular. KARL GETZ Center Although we didn't see "Baldy" in action this season, we all know it was due to illness. We are sorry this is his last year, because he surely was an oncoming regular. VJILLIAM GLENN Forward "Bill" was flashy. He could get the tip'otl' nearly every lime. He was also a very clever shot under the basket. His foul shooting won us a couple of games. This was Bill's first year, so we may look for better work in the future. Varsity Sd year. I0 YP Af S l62l I ALEXANDER HAAG Guard "Ike" was fast, a good shot, and knew when to play defense. He was small, hut he refused to let his size he a handicap. His everlasting pep made him a very valuable guard. Varsity 2, 3 years. BOYD HUTCHINSON Forrutlrd Even though our team this year was made up of short men, many of them proved to he dead shots. One of these was "Hutch," who was also a clever passer and drihbler. He could hnd his place on the floor and drop goals from all places on it. Varsity 3d year, EDWIN IGGU Guard "Eddie," despite his great handicap, played wonderful hall. His knee gave him lots of trouhle, hut he stayed and fought till victory. L'Eddie" changes at forward and guard, and he is a wonderful shot. Varsity Z, 3 years. ROBERT IRVIN Guard "Bohn played hoth cenler and guard. He was a newcomer to the varsity, but showed that he has ability, speed. and light. He is a good shot and can pass very accurately. He will he good material for the future, HARRY KAUFFMAN Forwtrrd "Kaufly" has proved to he a good worker, although he hasnlt seen much service. The coach is working him up to a varsity birth next year. Here's good luck, "KaulIy." PHILIP MILES Guard Our little guard and captain was a wonderful general. "Phil" could pivot, dribble, and was a dead shot from all angles of the floor. Phil was one of our highest scorers. Varsity 2, 3 years. ' I0 YI ,41 rea 5 1 I 'A , 'r slap 55 V,-.-' Pall. -3 1: 1 Kiln BASKETBALL TYRONE VS. STATE COLLEGE j,mua-fu 3. The first game of the season was played on our home floor. The game was fast due to fine passing. State College's lanky center gave Tyrone plenty of trouble, and it was hard for either team to gain a large lead. Score: Tyrone ZZ--State College 21. TYRONE VS. MOUNT UNION Janna,-yr 15 Tyrone traveled to the L'Powder Town" and handed the large Mt. Union team a decisive defeat. The Tyrone "Golden Eaglesl' just wouldn't let Mount Union trounce them. This second victory gave Tyrone a good sendfoff. Score: Tyrone ZS-Mount Union 20. TYRONE VS. HOLLIDAYSBURG january 19 Tyrone played its second game away from home. The meeting with Hollidaysburgs strong "Golden Tigers" was certainly a test for Tyrone's early victorious team. The game was close until the end, when a tiff had to be broken. Hollidaysburg shot a four, thereby winning. Score: Tyrone 26-W-Hollidayshurg 27. TYRONE VS. LEVJISTOVJN january 22. Lewistown with its terrible Swedes traveled to Tyrone with a wonderful record to date. Two teams of superior rank played a hardffought game that ended in a tie. Glenn sank a basket to win in extra period. Score: Tyrone 23-Lewistown 22. TYRONE VS. BELLEFONTE january 26 "The Golden Eagles" traveled to the governors' town and gave the boys there a real walloping. The varsity was used only during the first half of the game, Coach Mensch calling his reserves for the second half. Score: Tyrone 24--Bellefonte 12. TYRONE VS. STATE COLLEGE january Z9 "The Golden Eagles" played the college town in the new State College High School gym, and they were surely smothered by the improved team that they had beaten earlier in the season. Score: Tyrone 21-State College 31. TYRONE VS. HOLLIDAYSBURG February Z. "The Golden Tigers" visited "The Golden Eagles" expecting to give Tyrone its second trouncing. but Captain Miles's men just wouldn't allow them to get a lead of a single point. Score: Tyrone 16fHollidaysburg 15. TYRONE VS. PHILIPSDURG February 5. The coal mining town of Philipsburg was the next destination of uThe Golden Eagles," and did they clean the boys there! Tyrone just played them until they had to give Tyrone another decisive victory. Score: Tyrone 23f-Philipsburg 21. TYRONE VS. MOUNT UNION February 9. The 'lPowder Town" visited "The Golden Eagles." coming all pepped up for a win. They started off so fast that they just swamped Tyrone so badly that she couldn't overcome the lead. Score: Tyrone 16--Mount Union 23. TYRONE VS. HUNTINGDON February 12. Tyrone traveled to Huntingdon with the purpose in mind of breaking their undefeated record, but the "Bearcats" were so large that they could reach above the 'lEagles" and drop baskets from all angles. Score: Tyrone 13-Huntingdon 30. TYRONE VS. BELLEFONTE February 16. The governors' troops visited the "Eagles" nest but were forced to lay down their arms as the "Eagles" soared and made points from all positions. The game was slow during the first half, because Tyrone thought they had a setfup. Score: Tyrone ZZ-Bellefonte 14. TYRONE VS. PHILIPSBURG February 26. From over the mountain came the miners to visit 'LThe Golden Eagles" at Tyrone, expecting to gain a victory for themselves, but Philipshurg just wasn't fast enough to win the battle. Score: Tyrone 28-Philipshurg 16. TYRONE VS. LEVJISTOVJN March 4. The L'Swedesl' played the "Eagles" at Lewistown, and did they get revenge for their early defeat? Although the game was close, Lewistown was so eager for victory that she forced Tyrone to be shy eight points. Score: Tyrone 16fLewistown 24. TYRONE VS. HUNTINGDON March S. The 'lBearcats" visited Tyrone to end the basketball season. Huntingdon was the only team to defeat Tyrone twice this season. "The Golden Eagles" tried hard to win the last game of the season. hut Huntingdon was much superior to the local boys. Score: Tyrone 14- Huntingdon 33. l64l AIIVIEIP I I SIN 15 I651 All If fz l7OIllIlff1'55 plvnly ln' flu' robe, Trade fs the yofflvn girdle of Ihr globe. YCOWPER I0 YP A fm 9 IOG1 !,AIl': R Dur Patrons.. Mills Music Store Reynolds, Miller, and Fouss Co. D. Panasite, linported and Domestic Mdse. Miss I.. C. Traynor, Fancy Mdse. W. B. Robinson, justice of the Peace Bloonfs Restaurant Sam Weller, Clotliier U. G. Cra1npton's, Barber Shop Paul O. Wallace, lce Cream and Dairy Products Flenner Insurance Agency Franciscus Hardware Co. 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I0 YP W Av l68I Y Il TYRONE LAUNDRY COMPANY We Wash Everything Phone 203 Dl..YfI.IIl'fl-7't' 7,111-fO7'l'IZ!j for Young Allen -+7 FITZ PATRICK The Tailor JOEZANG SHOES REPAIRED NVHILE YOU XVAIT 5 IC. 10th St. 127 XV. 10th St. THE TYRONE DAILY HERALD Contains all the important happen- ings of the world and chronicles every local event of consequence. BY NIAIL OR CARRIER A finely equipped job printing plant is part of the Herald establishment, in which quality work at l't'LlSOIl1llllC price predominates. Mr. Phillips - D0 you think the studio haw I1 room lvig enough for the hand to pose in for ll photograph? Roland Miller - I think it huh. Mr. Phillips - How many are there in the band? Roland Miller - Vvhen we ure all here, there are live of us. REA and DERICK C117 RHIC The Store of Service 1056 Pennu. Ave. TYRONE, PA. I0 YI Al l69l L ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE GEAIS AND WATCHES Should be purchased from houses in which you place implicit faith. 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Abrams, Clover Farm Store Zlst St. and Columbia Ave. F1'1't?11a'l.1'-Fi-lie 5, Sfmcy MQCONA HY'S SHOE STORE THE 5 XV. lflrh St. FULi,1NG'roN Aero BUS COMPANY - . . . Mr. Skelton - lake this letter. ,ltr ' lx ,D 7 . LI ARI I I ' IA Louise Shirley -- XVliere ahall we rake ir? 8 Couch hlenseh - Bzlselmll is good for high school girls. lt teaches them more about the home-plate. I 41 - I7ll lc' In I.vvnn Drztlw - Bulmlwlex, what i- the W mutter with you? Lust Saturday you could not do :mythiugg this Saturday you run wild. Iiuhlwles Rulviltaon - Btw! I jlht iouml that rztlvlut It I of Illlllf. SHOES ffm' ffm' l1.IlfII't' lylllilifj' Ilf A IAC K'S Capitol Shoe Store II. H. KI.-VLIJHYI'I'l, l'rf,f1. Tvkoxnfs L'L"1' PRICE Suora S'rokE Betsy Ross B R E A D B I G G I N S EQ HEBERLING R. T. GARNIAN JUTCCIUI' The Home of QUALITY FOOD BHHCIRS Tyrone Style Shop -x- BVH Pl 1','1lL gnu tooo lk llttt sy'lv:1ni:1:Xx'e. Hit:-SS Col tlttt hixt Ave. Iyro tlt- Pennsylvztnixx A A l73I Y L. Il.: W KURTZ BROS. ELECTROPURE lXlll,K ,ill K1.l1l!.l' of D11 fry P ro Ju fly fIw'slzvy'.f In' Cl't'IlllI S I I S IV. f mo MQW' M Charles G. Waple Eg!!!-PWM, imiiziiis, INC. 11111n11furf1n'fr,r qf I et ug Help You Xvith -Voffffvf Your Sewing Problems Sflzoof Pnfwrx I Singer -1- Sewing Machine W Q N X D Company U'l"ARl'll"l'l" lA' 2114 W. 'ix-nth st. '1'yf..ne, P GRIFFIN BROS. The C1,,,f,,-W First National of u Bank Qllllllfhll Kathryn List - Mitt, what is the leaning uf acotchkl in this sentence-- ' YVe scutch'cl the snake, not killed t"? Mm Vmhultz - Tight. 'l'YRONl'f, PA. I0 YI Q l73l VIA.: H The West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company 0 Tyrone Mill Tyrone, Pennsylvania 230 Park Avenue NIain0i'li I NEW YORK , MLB 9 I74I L A i hifEQE3?QW'l I. ll Q f :iU'i'f'f1 Mau fig' Y ek f rx 1 I .x gsm , 1 I Q lsssvws fl L f.'A 'I-it '1.Y's"f:e fx XP . f kg, Ln.:-.' -I 4, Y In , e f' if A x, nf' ' A U' u ,AL , ' I realm g pgs 4 'mt ,Q V , I .OU .. .'..::.'.::Q I Q Q , 'B -'Z---'ZW-ref I ,.,., ..-- 'I'YP15wRl'1'12R I,JI2.,XI.lZRS Rnsnoxs, C.-XRRONS IJ,-XPER, IQTC. The Mann Printing Co. RUPERT CHEVROLET COMPANY 100 Per Cent Service I,I.5I.f our Show Floor ana' Sm' ills Graaf ,izrzvrfnzlz Value for 1932 215 Ifzlst Tenth St. 11711811 they make bviler Sfzovy for the nzonvy IIT!! self flIL'lll STUDY'S SHOE STORE Dry Clm1z1'11g, Prvsrfzzg, una' Rc'f7Ill.7'I'IIfj IIIIIITIIIIIIIIIVI' YIIIIIIIITII Clofflvx fI150up I. T. Gray 81 Son l lth Street 'I':1iIo1's Phone 677'-I IN'Iiss Beekman - Sam, vnu read the newspaper. XVhat is thevcommo ity sheet? Sam Scurdo - I don't know. don't read them. Evelyn Steele -- He only reads tl love notes I give him. d- I 'IQ Tyrone Grocery Company Groceries, Fresh KIez1ts, Fresh Ifruits, Vegetables, :md Produce .v-vf t V ,..w4"'l , 'I .I or Sl I0 I1 - 5l I7 Alu AN S CE, C0. Complete rn Geods WOMENS AND CHILDRENS APPAREL The Sion' Yozffl If-zwzifzzzzlfia' P!IfI'UlIl.12iC SAY IT Wmi Fwwlfllcs E N G I, E M A N Fforfyl' Plmm' IXSPIIIB' Room 428 l H Harry H. Gardner Tha Ifomv of HAR'It SCHAFFNER 8: AIARX C1,o'1'H1NG BLACK BROS. GARAGE 214 If. lilth St. Chrysler-Plymuuth Diamond T Trucks bales N Scrvxcc' Plmm- II7 Nl l f' - Wh t l I l XX L 1 A - 0 mh r r 1 i I R B g.,x - Aw he k I tl g,ht t le that laid do I I h ,W .f ' "fi .,..- -4- AJ S3 ,Af I0 YI U61 1- Y 7 f' V I X 7 'fj . ! 'K t Ji . 4 f " ' IM! K X w O P ,J -9, X 15 4 f V? 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To The Relatives :Incl Friend s of Graduates You XVill lfind in Our Store The Best Selections of Gifts For 'lille cil'ZlCll11lfCS filllflllfj f!Il'lll rlrf' SIII1.xIfIfIiR l'iOL'N'l'.,XlN PIQN SI5'I's lf,x'I'oNs S'l'.-XTIONERY Y,xIzIJI.Iax' X l.EN'I'III2RIe QiOXll'.XL'l'S X ,!iOII.lE'l' AR'I'lL'I.lES l,l'l1'I'1! ,l1UIl4'lYlfl'lVl' MCLANAI-IAN'S DRUG STORE Blair County National Bank 81 Trust Company 58 YEARS or PRooRESs I0 YP S I7Sl 4 f JJ r,A ll CANDIES n and HQMEMADE E5 SKIYRSI SALTE D PEANUTS Always Fresh Electric Store at Congratulates the Gardnefs Class of 1932 Candy Store Tenth Street Tyrone BARE'S Lantern Tea Room Toilet Requisifes 1203 Perma. Ave. Phone 10-A1 TYRONIC, PA. Phlpl g d .- 1 'rg Phlph gf bllg J-D BARE'S MFG h d 'k R' . A cl L I d - IN ll CORPORATION ' d d H I h TYRONE, PA. I0 YI S I791 ,141 YOUR POWER SUPPLY . . . As much electricity as you can u e - or as little as you may require. Ar the place where you want it, at the time when you want it - reliahle, inexpensive, continuous, always ready, instantly delivered. -X' HOBHZELECTRHI No Other Dollar Buys As Kluch As the Dollar You Spend For Puhlic Utility Service Uyfzen you 'want Pfl-Ilfl.IZ-Q You fan Be Sure of Good Prirzlzirzg By Ha1'1'r1g if Done af flu' TYRON E TIMES S. G. WERTZ GROCERY The Best by Test Ferndefl Pl'0l1,llI'f.Y lllth Street Tyrone, Pa. PETERSBROS 320 East 10th St. Tyrone, Pa. Tires, Tubes, .fH'l'A'5fVlf line gi-re Sw"z'in' E'Z'l'l"l' Day in flu' Year GAS OIL Mr. Gleason in bookkeeping class- Charles, you are hehind in your work. Charles Stewart - I eL1n't Copy as fast as some of the rest. The Hickes Grocery and Market Pennsylvania Aye. and Twelfth St. Staple and Fancy GROCERI ES Fresh and Cured MEATS Grand Valley Butter Phone 576-577 J. Il'z'c'!er.v C. ff. III.C,1c't'.Y G... I0 YP 5 , -iw A ,41 mi S IVA In Ill! 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