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

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Oldsmobile and Chevrolet Sales and Service 215 E. 10th Street Phone 550 Tasfe and Be C07Z'Uf1ZC6fl BREAD :ff as 1 CAKES W' " 'MT f "f PASTRIES ' - Ki I Q 1 KIENZLE'S BAKERY 1 5" I , - 1 I 1 Phone 261 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. iilfi? W00dHHg,S CLOVER FARM STORE 1366 Logan Avenue J. WOODRING, Pro fl 103 ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE GEMS AND WATCHES Should be Purchased from Houses in Wlmich You Place Implicit Faith Diamonds Purchased from this House Carry the Assurance of Genuineness Watches Bought of Us Carry I1 Guarantee of Service for Ll Generation ag, .BW 0 r ACKLIN JEWELRY CO. 535114: 'Ufouse of 'Diamonds EDWARDS PHOTOGRAPHER Huntingdon, Pa. SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS SCHOOL ANNUALS Write for Prires We'll Be Seeing You Well's Service Station FACE TO FACE Sinclair Gas and Oils 115 Lubrication, Car Washing Good Year Tires A Good Barber Shop PAUL HENRY, Prop. Corner of Tenth and Logan C. R. SNYDER, opr. PHoNE 9009 11021: Getz and Dickson Black's Service Station MOBIL GAS AND OIL Century Tires and Tubes National Batteries Cars Washed Cars Waxed Excellent Lubrication System BIG JOE and BETSY ROSS "JIM" BLACK, Mgr. 449 West 15th Street BREAD H. F. Bowser CLOVER FARM STORE 112 S -26 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. Phone S9 0 Buy Your Shoes, Rubbers, and Slippers At the Lowest of Prices As We W01z,t Be Uvzrlcrsold CUT RATE SHOE STORE JOHN HAGG, Jr. DAIRY Distribuzfors of MILK, CREAM, BUTTER Pennants, Banners, Pillows Add dignity, color and spirit to your school work by the use of felt pennants, banners, pillows, emblems, caps, berets, and chenille letters. No order too small to receive our attention. and CATALOGUE FREE BUTTERMILK Standard Pennant Company Phone 1190 Tyrone, Pa. Big Run, Pa. :f101j: Books Stationery Greeting Cards Typewriters 17' Book Store 1060 Pennsylvania Avenue LUMBER MILLWORK CLASTER'S BUILDING . PAINTS SUPPLIES PIPES - THE HOME OF Clothing and Furnishings for Men and Boys HARRY H. GARDNER Tenth Street Tyrone, Pa. SHIFFLER PHARMACY THE THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE W. P. HILLER AGENCY Logan Avenue and Tenth Street Insurance Real Estate TYRONE, PA. PAUL'S DINER C A BURLEY The Home of Tasty Foods Expertly PLUMBING Prepared to Meet the Approval and of Cookery Critics HEATING 111 W. 10th Street, Tyrone, Pa. Phone 749 :f100j: The Home News- Every Week THAT PLEASE The Tyrone Times "A Community Newspaper" Phillips' Studio 966 Pennsylvania Avenue FRESH CANDIES Al Prices That Will Please You Gardne1"s Candy Store "Say It With Flowers" EN GELMAN'S Flowers for All Occzzsions PHONES 42 8-134 Diehl's Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe 1123 Pennsylvania Avenue FINK BROTHERS HARDWARE, PIPE and INDIVIDUAL COIFFURES FITTINGS Phone 774 PAPER AND PAINT . :f99j. Batcheler and Minemier SERVICE STATION Gulf Products 1301 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. ELECTROPURE MILK ALL KINDS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS I-Ioffman's Ice Cream CHARLES C. WAPLE DAIRIES, Inc. CLOVER FARM STORE C. B. ABRAMS, Prop. "Good Things to Eatv 21st Street and Columbia Avenue MILLER'S Tyrone Style Shop LADIES' READY TO WEAR RHODES PLANIN G MILL 1615 Clay Avenue and 16th Street Manufacturers of All Kinds of Planing Mill Work Dealers in Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Hardwood, Flooring, Surface and Finishing Lumber PHONE 648 'fyfgne The Sfore Reliable L' S1Sr C me TYR2222, Pflmpany BEN WELLER'S Sweet Clover Pulverized Limestone and Lime For All Purposes PHONE 4 1 3 Clothing for the DISTINCTIVE YOUNG MAN 1064 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. :f98 BLATCI-IFORD FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings Home of the Famous Norge Products Refrigerators, Washers, Gas Ranges, Ironers Lowest Prices 20 XV. 10th Street Easy Terms Phone 84 JAcK's PLACE LIGHT LUNCHES GAS AND OIL 19 16th Street, Tyrone, Pa. JOE TURIANO Expert Shoe Rebuilding and First Grade Materials Used 5 East 10th Street Your Garments Are Insured at Swimmeris SWIMMER'S CLEANERS Cash and Carry 960 Pennsylvania Avenue Call 1106 Rossi's Service Station RICHFIELD PRODUCTS FIRESTONE TIRES 1360 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. TYRONE LAUNDRY COMPANY, Inc. WE WASH EVERYTHING PHONE 205 1971 BLACK BROTHERS 952 Logan Avenue Phone 112 for CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH CARS Diamond T Trucks Covered Wagon House Trailers Biggins SL Heberling 1658 Columbia Avenue BELL PHONE 573 COOL OFF . . . at Our Fountain M859 ICE CREAM Specialties THE DAIRY STORE Rea and Derick, Inc. CUT RATE STORES "W1aer'e Spending Is Savifzgn Andy Rorabaugh Plumbing and Heating New and Repair Work Steam-Hot Water 31 W. 11th Street Call 2303 COfIiceJ 557 CResiden 1056 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. S H O E S For the Entire Family dl PATENTS TOILET ARTICLES RUBBER GOODS STATIONERY 9 SODAS CANDY M A C K S CIGARS CAPITAL SHOE STORE CIGARETTES TOBACCO H, H, MAGDOVITZ, P1-op, Tyro1ze's Cut Price Shoe Store 1961: CONGRATULATIQNS to the CLASS of H3777 BLOCICS Glothing and Shoes for e7YCen and young eflfen Bloom Hotel and Restaurant We are proud of the accomplishment of serving appetizing meals 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. H. K. Miller Service Station Quaker State Lubrication Williard Batteries 15 th Street and Lincoln Avenue Miller Brothers Company formerly TYRONE FUEL sa SUPPLY CO. HARDWARE PAINT WALLPAPER ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES and WIRING SUPPLIES WASHERS REFRIGERATORS IRONERS RADIOS LIGHTING FIXTURES 1008 Pennsylvania Avenue 1951: Smzitlifs cut Northwood SPECIALISTS LADIES' DRESSES and MILLINERY Store Open Evenings for Your Convenience I i PHONE ess-R-s Burkholder Maytag and Electric Store Wfesringhouse Refrigerators Philco Radios and Small Appliances 1112 Pennsylvania Avenue PHONE 602-J MARY ALICE Beauty Shoppe All Branches of Beauty Culture 1552 Columbia Avenue, Tyrone, Pa Telephone 272-J BENJAMIN C. JONES Attorney-at-law TYRONE, PA. 1941 The West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company Tyrone, Pennsylvania Main Oyfice 230 Park Avenue New York City 1931: THE Hickes Grocery THE F erndell Store Sales Agency BUICK AND GRAHAM CARS James C. Davis, Jr. Motor Sales GARMAN the jeweler APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE Juniata College Chosen by Tyrone High Graduates for its High Scholarship Christian Environment Extra-Curricular Activities for Delails Wrile President Charles C. Ellis Huntingdon, Pa. LEVINE BRUS. Quality Men's and Boys' Shop 105 5 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. We Dye For Our Living We Also Clean All Kinds of Clothes Hats Cleaned and Blocked Like New F. 8: F. Dye Works 119 West 10th Street Contains all the important hap- penings of the world, and chronicles every local event of consequence. The Tyrone Daily Herald A finely equipped job-printing plant is part of the Herald establish- ment, in which quality predominates. 1921. The Altoona School of Commerce Offers a post graduate business training which meets the demands of modern industry, commerce, and banking. College Grade Courses: STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARIAL EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMMERCE AND FINANCE PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY Indorsed by the leading business men of Tyrone and vicinity, together with a large number of the former graduates, more recently graduates of the Altoona School of Commerce and now permanently employed. ALTOONA SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 1110 Tlwirtecntll Street ALTOONA, PENNSYLVANIA Arlington Hotel 10th Street and Logan Avenue A. L. Getz and Sons ROOFING AND SPOUTING FURNACE WORK and SCHOOL DINNERS RADIATOR COVERS and P 1 ' A N B 'l ET 955 ennsy vama venue ear rug BANQU S PHONE 7-W GARDNER'S CUT RATE 1604 Columbia Avenue HOME-MADE ICE CREAM OUR SPECIALTY PHONE 9039 Burley Service Station Use All Three: Atlantic White Flash Atlantic Motor Oil Atlantic Lubrication :f91 1: Lugg and Edmonds Sffififfgolffb. "XWhcre Shopping is 51 Pleasure" Cllllllll-I'fL' Sfocks of: Dry Goods Ready-to-wear Millinery Children's Wear Men's Furnishings Shoes TYRCJNE'S BUSY STORE RELIANCE MFG. CO. M1111 za ftIC'fZL1'C1'S Of BIG YANK WORK SHIRTS DODGE AND PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE CHANDLER McCONAHY INSURANCE Fire Life Automobile Surety Bonds We I IISILTC' EZ!C'l'3lfl7illg-llfld " E RITE IT RIGHT- Paul L. Hall W VIZELIEVE ME, Phone 31 1209 Blair Avenue 23 West Tenth Street Tyrone, Pa. MAYTAG PHILC0 GARMAN DEPT. STORE XVASHERS RADIOS CO. The Depm't11zc11t Store that Lemls in Qualify as well as the Cash Easy Terms I Lowmt Prices FRIGIDAIRE TAPPAN GAS RANGES 1014 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE :l:90j HARPSTER CHEVROLET CO. Sales and Service WARRIORS MARK, PA. Phone 10-R-12 I927 "Our Decennial Celebration" I937 HIGH SCHOOL TOURS TO WASHINGTON L. R. Batcheler, Organizer Tyrone, Pennsylvania "Established at Tyrone High" ANNOUNCEMENTS C. T. SNYDER ELECTRIC PROGRAMS Columbia Avenue, Tyrone, Pa. FOLDERS CARDS GENERAL ELECTRIC STATIONERY REERIGERATION SCHEDULES ETC. RANGES SWEEPERS and Typewriter Dealers APPLIANCES LIGHTING FIXTURES THE MANN PRINTING C0. and RADIOS . 1 10TViRIgif53d Ifffeet WIRING and ELECTRICAL ' ' SUPPLIES 1891: Kendall Sweeps 1936 Speed Events On the Ground-in the Air-on the NVater A. B. JENKINS SETS NEW 48 HOUR RECORD! S Bendix Trophy-Chatterton Derby-84.411, Q National Air Race Wiiiners, Gold Cup Race and World's Speed Boat Records Taken 7f1e2000I'lILE By Kendall Users! C. E. SCHWAB, Dist., Tyrone, Pa. QUALITY Groceries Meats FI'LlitS Vegetables MCL ANQS POSEY'S CLOVER FARM STORE "A Conzjlleh' F0011 SC'TL'iCL',, 11 West 10th Street PHONE izoo DELIVERY 1201, SERVICE Ivgfy System Birmingham School for ' ' GIRLS RECONDITIONERS of ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 1 P 1 Y Salem, Massachusetts BIRMINGHAM, PA- :f88:l: HOME ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STEAM HEATING COMPANY Complete Home Furnishers F Since 1396 NATIONAL BANK YOUR CREDITS GOOD Rothert Company 63 Years 10th Street, Tyrone u :I:87:I: HE TYRONE-NORWALK VAULT Its PERFECTION X SAFETY PERMANENCE I Si ted for its Natural Beauty 'jTDedicated to the Departed g A Tomb Everlasting -E Manufactzned by The TyronefNorwalk Vault Co. TYRONE. PA. The Fullington F0051-Y B Finest Quality Meats Fancy Canned Foods Crisp Vegetables Fresh Fruits Delicatessens Dairy Products Cheese for Every Taste I, O, Getz Market Store CLEARFIELD . PENNSYLVANIA 1068 Pennsylvanla Avenue Phone 636 1861: We Buy and Sell Always Buying USED CARS AND TRUCKS SCRAP IRON, METALS New and Used PARTS AND TIRES HIDES -Reploce- Offfff Door and Windshield Glass WASTE MATERIALS 1 Y 1 Y TYRONE AUTO SALVAGE AND SERVICE STATION JULIUS SEALFON, Prop. Phone Tyrone 475-R 24 Hom' Service Julius Sealfon 1256-S8 Blair Avenue PHONE S16 SHAFFER MEAT PLANT The Best in Meats Don't Neglect Your Eyes DR. S. H. HOSTETTER Optometrist WINTER MUSIC STORE "Ez'c'ryff1ing Musical" High Grade Pianos "Home of the Steinway" RADIOS Stromberg-Carlson, Sparton, Fairbanks-Morse, R. C. A.-Victor JOE ZANG AND co. 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue TYRONE, PA. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 9 a. m. to 5:50 p. m. Ewnings by Appoimmm, Have Your Shoes Relluzzreel by zz U Q U Good Shoemaker Whzle Pennsylvania Hotel Building You Wait Tyrone, Permslyvmfin :f85 1: Ahuertizv The fish it never cackles 'bout Its million eggs or sog The hen is quite a different bird, One egg-and hear her crow. 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Xi .1 X 1, Q, if "jx,'!,,kkf1-SX gf-.Ta ,J livd- S Q., K -r-an Vg-if bf it Q4 , :Tx A A 9' fi J ff IV" , X J ' W X s uf gb' Q., 9' ' vi Q- J' 'W 'J l Y' i bf ,fs 1 ,N Q, J il V A Hx V , - Q- ' ' "' J ff' .J ' 1 I 1.. filling Bag Drills : E801 : 'Baakrthall Umm Iliarulig Mr. Snyder Mr. Stonebraker Mr. Shollenberger Mr. Miller fManagerj Ivlr. Oberly Mr. LaPorte Mr. Bloom Euga' Ilntramuraxl 1Hrng1'a1n, Goncluded ln the spring of 1936 an inter-class track meet was staged among the members of the four upper classes. The class of 1936 won first place, 1938 second, 1937 third, and 1939 fourth. The varsity track team participated in meets with Bellwood, Antis Township, State College, Alexandria, and Holli- daysburg. The season was ended by participating in the P. l. A. A. meet at State College. On May 14, 1936, the second annual Field Day was presented by the Physical Education Department of the Tyrone Public Schools. This program showed a portion of the work being done in physical education classes. The Intramural Department is indebted to the following men on the faculty: Mr. Snyder, Mr. Stonebraker, Mr. Miller, Mr. Bloom, Mr. Hixon, and Mr. Shollenberger. Students who served in the capacity of officials were: Max Moffit, Arthur Kennedy, Millard Stonebraker, Willizim Lykens, Thomas Glenn, lack Reeder, and Robert Zimmerman. filling Bag Erilla 1791: fi' ,- ' 1 w , 1 ef' if-fy , i iff, i . JL! 1 li! 4' X M' J' if j 4' Mfr ,t 21 fb' l ,JVMXJ , ff' ' ' Glhvvrlrahera Kneeling: Martha Helen Little, Dorothy Hall. 'Standings Howard Baldrige, Robert Black, Jack Clark, james Seymour. Photography by Woome: Q 5 Bugs Jlntraxnnral igrngram, Continued ln the fall season, touch football teams were organized in the 7th and Sth grades. The seventh grade league ended with 7-6 as winner. The eighth grade league ended with 8-3 and 8-6 tied for first honors. Following the touch football season, the various volley ball leagues got under way. The leagues ended in the follow- ing order: 9th grade league: 9-2 first, 9-1 second, 8th grade league: 8-4 and 8-6 first, 8-3 secondg 'lrh grade league: 7-6 first, 7-4 second. ln the senior high school "A" volley ball league, room 212 received first honorsg room 204 second. In the senior high school "B" volley ball league, rooms 208 and 308 tied for first honorsg rooms 302 and 214 for second. After volley ball season, a pre-season basketball tournament in senior high school was played. Room 212 won the tournament and room 104 was runner-up. During the basketball season each home room team was busy playing in its respective league. In the senior high school, room 212 won the "A" league and room 204 won the "B" league. ln the inter-league play-off, room 212 was declared school champion in basketball. The winners of the junior high leagues were as follows: ninth grade-9-2g eighth grade-7-69 seventh grade-7-2. Following the basketball season, soccer and handball tournaments were played in the junior and senior high schools. However, the hnal results were not available when the "Falcon" was sent to the printers. Elrark Erma Seated: Ronald Fowler, Leo Gunter. First Row: Mr. Snyder fCoachJ,james Price, Paul Price, Earl Bryan, Wilnier johnsonbaugh, Robert Charles, William Steph- ens,Willia1n Miller, Myers Kimmel, Robert Shuey, john Miller, Mr. Shollen- berger fCoachj. Second Row: Jack Stull, John LaRosa, Richard Ormsby, LeRoy Nearhool, Ronald Bloom, Nicholas Leasure, Donald Moffitt, Mahlon Gates, Paul Bress- ler, Herman Brown, A, .. K .- irvvf Lawrence Woodring. ' f"l V .' ' 'l, ' ' ' ' ,, .aa . . a., hc 7 . :lf781: Eluninr FJ-Iigh Svrhnnl Qlhampinnn BASKETBALL 'is' VOLLEY BALL '22 TOUCH FOOT BALL :lf77j: li 'x l Av l si Svminr Laigh i jf Hullvg Iain Qlhampinna Firxt Raw: Rcynoli.lSl1irk, Harold Nearhoof, Jerome Schneider, Robert H. Miller, Robert P. Miller, Glenn Snyder. Second Row: l-'larry Hamer, Fred Walker. Robert Givler, ,lack Herlt. joseph Franchio, Williana Yarnell. Dean Focht. Third Row: Paul Price, Robert Shuey. William Rodgers, John Reeder, Robert Smith, Gordon Stine, Franklin Thompson. Enga' Zlntramural lgrngrmn Continued interest in intramural athletics was responsible for a greater number of sports in this year's program. Among the new sports sponsored this year were touch football, a pre-season basketball tournament, a senior high school volley ball team which participated in the P. l. A. A. tournament, and a soccer tournament. The general set up of the intramural organization was the same as that of previous years with one exception. Be- ginning with the basketball season, the 7-6 team was placed in the 8th grade league, and the 8-6 team was placed in the 9th grade league. The change was effected in order to have more even competition. The following is a list of intramural sports promoted during the 1936-37 school year and the grade and the number of participants in each sport: Sport Participants Grades promoting activity Touch football lleaguesl ..... ....... 1 40 ...... ............ 7 8 Volley ball fleairuesl ........ .... . .... 3 52 .... .......... 7 8 9 10 ll 12 Sr. Hi volley ball team ............... . .. 12 .... . . I0 11 1Z Pre-season basketball Ktournamentl .,.. ..... 1 00 .... .... 1 0 ll 12 Basketball fleaguesl .................. ,.... 3 45 .... .... 7 H 9 10 11 12 Soccer ftournamcntl ......... .... .... 3 O 0 .... .... 7 8 9 10 ll 12 Handball Ctuurnamentl .,.. . . . 60 .... . . 10 ll 12 Mar team ................ 15 .... 10 ll 12 Inter-class track meet. ..... 50 .... 9 10 11 12 Varsity truck ........... ..... 4 0 .... .... 9 10 ll 12 Field Day ...... .... .......... ........,.... ....... 2 2 00 ........ ...... ...... ...... l t 0 l 2 inclusive Fi-rx: Row: Wilnier Johnsonbaugh. Jack Licnhardt. Franklin Hagen, Thomas Lune, William Miller, joe Panasiri, LeRoy Nestlerode. Second Row: Franklin Tl'1on1pson, Robert Smith, ,lohn Reeder, William Rodgers, Robert Shuey, Paul Price, Mr. Shollenberger fCoachl. Sveninr liigh maakerhall Glhampiuna p :f76j: .Muninr anh Sveninr High illllat Squah First Row: Josephine Hannah, Tessie Rupert, Margaret Moyer, Janet Hampton, Janet Hoover, Betty Wagner, Jane Beyer, LaVerne Meyers, Alberta Barto, Clara JaneJones, Marietta Gray, Lois Stanley, Nancy Fernau, Margaret Morrissey, Gladys Waite, Harriet Malaker, Lois Morrissey, Charlotte Snyder, Marian Riley, Helen Hull, Adelaide Gates, Suzanne Nearhoof, Thelma Cook. Pyramid: Eva Mae Rightnour, Peggy Glenn, Charlotte Friday, Helen Biddle, Helen Thompson, Joyce Miller, Marjorie Michaels, Anna Peters, Helen Umholtz, Margaret Calderwood, Marjorie Butterbaugh, Grace Naylor, Margaret Hoover, Elaine Pletz, Martha Helen Little, Vivian Woomer. . Cfiirla' Zlniramural 1Hrngram,Gonmmed The mat squad found many enthusiastic and acrobatic members in the seventh grade, which greatly increased the size of its squad. With such a large membership much is expected of them this year in making the annual exhibit a success. As has been the custom, the ladies of the faculty will again challenge the girls of the senior class to a basketball game. This game is full of fun and good sportsmanship and will terminate the basketball season for the girls. This year in intramural sports we had approximately 285 girls engaged in activities, thus surpassing our number of last year, a fact which shows the growing interests in these sports. The success of our program this year was due to the fine co-operation of the student body and their room captains with Miss Stewart. Appreciation is expressed to the following groups and individuals for making the intramural season so successful: flj The Student Body, CZJ Home Room Captains, GJ Mr. Burns, Q41 Referees -Jane Wertz, Anna Peters, Betty Mer- ,2 i n - 4 ritts, Marie Andrews, Marjorie Eckert, Dorothy Hall, and Sara Wiser, Q51 Members of the faculty-Miss Lucas, Misstg Gove, Miss Crawford, Miss Cornmesser, Miss Kloss, Miss Graiius, Miss Wilson, and Miss Kurtz, Q61 Miss Stewart, Girls' Physical Director. ' First Row: Q7-3J Marie Miller, Anna Woodring, Marjorie Snyder, Christine Bowser, Elaine Pletz, Zita Miller, Mary Chiofar, Jerry Betz, Jayne Snyder, Helen Nestlerode, Tessie Rupert, Betty Magill. Second Row: Q8-ZJ Catherine Getz, Lucille Mentzer, Alice Watson, Florence Miller, Grace Jane Hale, Jane Kustenbauder, LaRue Weaver, Lois Friday, Anna Rodgers, Mary Kirkpatrick, Robison, Jean Cox, Mary Third Row: Q9-lj Q9-6J i Sara Lloyd, Margaret Morrissey, Harriett Mala- ker, Kathleen Shea, Shir- ley Miller, Helen Thomp- son, Margaret Calder- wood, Shirley Bowser, Edith Caldwell, Louise Bratton, Ruby lddings, Helen Biddle, Madeline Smith, Marjorie Butter- baugh, Marjorie Magar- gel, Marian Riley. Ehminr High 1511112 iliall Qlhmupinna :If7SJ: I, Anna lke, Mary Abramo. Q K 5 . N . , 3 3 x P Z l 1 X X 110 X X '1 N'--' I i Y H i g Sveninr High Eimilwtlmll Clllyaxmiinnss Peggy Glenn, Lois Huey, Mardell Stover, Alice Shea, Elaine Hampton, Enid Searer, janet Mogle, Marie Troxell, Margaret Hoover, Mary Heyl, Ann Peters, Helen Riggle, Dorothy Friday, LaVerne Rishell, Mildred Roberts, Grace Naylor, Mary Ann Hall, Marjorie Magill, Louise Fuoss, Gertrude Kerlin, Ruby Oakwood, Helen Sevel. Girls' Zlntramnral rngram The Girls' lntramural Program opened this, its fourth year of existence here in the high school, with an entirely new sport, namely, soccer. For the first time the girls were able to enjoy this sport on an outdoor field, the Gray Me- morial Field. Due to the limited time given the girls on the field, the tournament was carried on only in Senior High, and was terminated by inclement weather. Although no one room holds the banner for this activity, yet praise can be given to many rooms for their skill in playing the game and for their clean sportsmanship. Next year the girls hope to have a more complete tournament in this sport. Witli the passing of soccer, the volley ball season was opened in both junior and Senior Highs. Many interesting games were played olf in this activity. ln Senior High, Room 312 took the laurelsg and in Junior High the olive wreath went to the following sections as winners of their respective grades: ninth grade-9-6 and 9-1 tied for even points, eighth grade---8-2 held top place, seventh grade-7-3, which was the only undefeated team in the entire Junior High tournament. A line record for a new room! V Upon the completion of volley ball, basketball became king of sports in Senior High. This is a game greatly en- joyed by the girls, and each game played proved to be closely contested. The end of the tournament found the follow- ing rooms proud winners: Sophomore Room 208, junior Room 304, Senior Room 204. The basketball tournament in junior High was not completed before this book went to the press, and, since the rooms are so evenly matched, no one room can be predicted the winner. Mgmt ilirahrra anh ilirfrrrra Miss Stewart llnstruc- torj , Martha Helen Little, Ann Peters, Winifred Sni- der, Jane Wertz, Mardell Stover, Dorothy Hall, Marjorie Eckert, Sara Wiser. Not in picture: Marie Andrews, Peggy Wertz. :L74j: james Rhoades Malcolm Ammerman Jack Watson ' Dewey Isenberg Jack Herlt :f73j: T-he ffwf f. V, .G A' 'H X, ,,,,',,, ,,., f X 1 8. ,-Af v Thomas Glenn Edward Rhoades Albert Kavel Samuel Parsons Jack Clark Albert Snyder :f72j: . 'v ,k ' ,, - ' J .JN 1 :jf . W b 1 . E ,NJ -J , in .I .J .st Sw T gk-W ff: .1 ff.. - ,' ,,-ff" ,,,, 'I ,- ' . ,wtf "' " ' -dw-4. 1. " ,",. . . - ,f - i iluninr Haraitg Tllaaketlmll Flrani First Row: William Miller, Earl Kaspick, Luther Houser, Lester Woodring, Joseph Turnbaugh. Second Row: Mr. Bloom fCcachl, Joseph Abramo, Clifford Watson, Dean Focht, Robert Brower, Joseph Smith, Lyman Miller. Zfitvakethall, Goncluded February 5 Huntingdon-35 T. H. S.-Z7 QHomeJ The T. H. S. basketball aspirations were trampled by the Huntingdon Bearcats, when the latter took the Lincoln gym floor and trounced the Orangemen by eight points to set the Eagles' high hopes back on their haunchcs. The Bearcats cashed in on the long shots, and piled up an advantage that the Kaveleers couldn't pass. In the third period Kavel's men dwindled the Huntingdon lead down to a lone point, but the Bearcats pulled away, and with a snappy floor game, plus some well-timed shots, they drubbecl the Kaveleers to a tune of 35-27. February 9 Philipsburg-37 T. H. S.-30 fAwayJ The Orangemen traveled to Philipsburg and barraged the league leaders with scares, when they staged a hard fast game, in which they almost toppled the P-Burgers from their coveted pinnacle. After a first period, in which the Burgers continually dropped the ball through the cage, the Kaveleers came back when Glenn began to larrup the ball through the twines, to pull up on the Mountaineers. In the last qua-rter the Eagles outscored their opponents, but the whistle shrillecl with the Blue and White still on the long end of the scoreboard. February 12 Lewistown-ZZ T. H. S.-27 fHomej After a first half that left the score knotted at 14 all, the Kaveleers began to break up the Lewistown offensive thrusts, and came back strong to crumble the titular hopes of a Lewistown quintet by a 27 to Z2 numeral. Playing to a thronged gymnasium, that was wedged with shreiking patrons, the Orangemen came back into a nip and tuck struggle in the third quarter and started to click. The.Eagles fought fiercely to withstand the Silktown offen- sive, that crept closer and closer, but which was staved off by the relentless pace of the Orangemen in the closing moments. February 19 Hollidaysburg-39 T. H. S.-27 fAwayJ Establishing a rugged defense that the Eagles couldn't pierce, a Hollidaysburg quintet upset predictions, and tripped the Tyroners on the H-Burg gym by a 39-27 point score. The Tigers immediately began to lace the Orangemen when they flung their ball at a seemingly magnetized basket. They couldn't miss, and even until the end of the third quarter they had Tyrone trailing by 33-14. In the final period the Kaveleers snapped the twines and compiled enough points to cut down the H-Burg lead to 39-27. - February Z6 I Mount Union-20 T. H. S.-17 fl-Iomej After trailing doggedly behind a fast Orange quintet for three thrilling quarters, the Powdertowners kicked the dope- bucket witlfa Z0-17 victory, that spattered the mountain league hoop race into a confused three-way tie. The Kaveleers looped the nets from the start, to pick up a slender lead and to hold it tenaciously up until the third quarter. ,'ln the final period of play, pandemonium broke loose in the Mt. Union stands when a Powdertown shot spanked' the basket for two points and tied accounts. Locating the twines for three numerals in a fast, gripping last minute,'-the M. U. H. S. snared victory from defeat, and left a Tyrone record which stood at 12 wins and 8 losses. A' :lQ71j: Q . w. Xl ff' ,VW 4 'S ilaaakrthall Y January S Huntingdonf25 T. H. S730 fAwayQ The Golden Eagles opened their '37 conference season by taking on a favored Bearcat squad. Pulling from behind, when the Bearcats had Captain "Red" Glenn spotted and hemmed-in, the Orangemen reversed their attack. They fed the ball to "Teet" Snyder, and he rolled it in the cage from every position. Battling on even terms, the Orangemen held their narrow margin, and snared a well-deserved victory with the shreik of theclosing whistle. january IZ Philipsburg-37 T. H. S.-13 fl-lomeb ln a game which was thought would be the deciding factor in the Mountain League, a Philipsburg quintet laced outa decisive victory over the Eagles, while a gymnasium that was crowded to the exits stared in stunned silence. Starr- ing out fast on the home floor, the Kaveleers pierced the P-Burg defense with fast, accurate passing and a quick shot that Clark snapped through the cords perfectly. Then behind Antolik, tangy center, the Mountaineers proceeded to chalk up points faster than the scoreboard could register. They slashed the Eagle defense to ribbons with smooth formations while they flung the ball through the twines from any angle. ln the third quarter, the Orangemen came back fast and played the Burgers to a standstill, but the disastrous first quarter wreaked the well known havoc with the Orange chances. lanuary 15 Lewistown-35 T. H. S.-23 fAwayJ In the first half of a game in which the early season snap and dash apparently were absent in the Kavelmen, the Panthers riddled the Orange defense, and tapped the scoreboard for a 23 to 13"lead at the halfway mark. The Eagles came back strong in the last half and outscored the Panthers 13 to 12, but Quay, smooth Silktown guard, located the basket and poured sixteen fatal points through the cords in the course of the game, and a defeat of 25-Z3 was inscribed in the '37 sport annals of Tyrone. january ZZ Hollidaysburg-25 T. H. S.-A30 fl-lomej From the opening toss-up, the game with H-burg evolved into a see-saw affair, that rose to a tense climax in the waning seconds, when the Orangemen snalced out a slender lead, and the Tigers began to bombard the twines with hairbreadth shots that stood the crowd on their toes. However, the Orangemen looped the ball through again, to register two additional figures, and with a desperate Burg still throwing scares into the Kaveleers, the fatal whistle shrilled. january Z9 Mount Union-34 T. H. S.fZ2 fAwayJ When Tyrone tripped to Mt. Union with a hope of really crashing into the Mountain League race, their last title aspirations puffed up and exploded almost in the initial half, when the Mt. Union five switched the twines with the leather to pile up a lead of 20 to 9. Again coming back strong, the Eagles began "to travel to town," and outscored their opponents by a 20-18 count in the closing half, but the game was close and the first two periods spelled the difference between victory and defeat. 'lllaraitg Eiaalwihexll Cilraxu First Row: Dewey Isenbcrg, Albert Kavel, Jack Watson, Edward Rhoades, James Rhoades, Samuel Parsons. Second Row: Mr. Kavel fCoachl , ,lack Hcrlt, Albert Snyder, Jack Clark, Thomas Glenn, Malcolm Ammerman, Daniel Romano fManagerl X SA Y N ia . T X ,X ,X 5- Q ,x A x ,Y ig X ix N ' ii il N X Y, X. xxx: N an y N, ip-01: ' - NN X Q xx ,, i X' , sv Q 1 re ,ik K . i s X g in X' O r- " - , 51 ffkf xxx , -, . ,a 3 Q ' ..-f',,f-73. f . 1LQ""':,-Q' .w- , . Ap f . ik. 1 V' - , .A "' .. "Af XVQAA. V , 1.-5 bilr i , gi f - V --Q. . .1 Zri. , t ii, kiln? X 2 ke W T' f - -ip: n ,q h tn S QQYE 1' I . ' Qi.: . 'v LL.. 1. 1 1 U Wwvm 114kiw.'?M uf' 'IM I 1 . 4 H 'L -.-, 1-'X ' H, , I ey fe ' -" ' 1 x I , 'X 4 Q,, 1 Q. , ,, ' ' ' '-" ' 'rfff'i -,av Y if 3235 x 1 ' 1 U K xi ' ft- 1 fkfg 1 - , ,-14 X. Z '- ers 2 ' ,A.f f f . "ir A :'7v'.y ,-'. V M ff- .- . Q, f xv.. A V 55 1, , 'T .:.- VVV, 5 LA'k L:-L Y ' H i '- gf ' Q ' A, J A-is-5 A ' 45:- 3 .ww-f'f' XM, 51 T jlillllfhilu, Qoncludecl October 30 State College-6 T. H. S.-12 fHomej The last game under the brilliant lights was easily one of the best frays of the grid season. In a game replete with thrills, hard football, and fast "razzle-dazzle," the Tyronets took on a smooth State team in a "smoking" battle. State's triple reverses and laterals kept the spectators hugging the edge of their seats for four slashing periods. In the closing moments the shrieking stands were brought to their feet when both teams shook men loose for long runs on reverses and end plays that were clicked off brilliantly. The Orangemen crossed the double chalked stripe for the last time on the ancient "Statue of Liberty" play that took the State secondary flatfooted. November 11 Hollidaysburg-6 T. H. S.-7 'A fHomej On a crisp, clear Armistice Day at Gray Stadium, the Kaveleers eked out a narrow margin over the Golden Tigers, in a game of constant threats and desperate stands. Tyrone drew first blood when "Teeth Snyder pulled in an aerial "bomb" in the flat territory and pulled away around his left end, flashing into the end zone. Ammerman's conversion was neatly placed. The Burgers scored on a straight pass down the alley. Romano knifed through to block the version and saved the day. ovember 21 Philipsburg-13 T. H. S.-28 ' fAwayj The Kaveleers again entered a muddy, soggy gridiron, when they skidded into the Philipsburg team on the latters' own field. Banking on the old spread formation, the Burgers gunned two long passes in the first half, that were caught by Ammerman, who crossed the stripe' to leave a first half score of 13 to 7, with the Orangemen tagging desperately behind. ln the second half the spread formation had been finally diagnosed, and T. H. S. cut loose with a brilliant offen- sive, playing heads-up football that had rooters delirious, and amassed a score that stood at 28-13, when the gun barked. November 26 Altoona-34 T. H. S.-7 fAwayJ On the annual Turkey Day fracas at the Altoona Mansion Park, the fast Altoona backs started to slash off long gains through the Orange forward wall. Suddenly, with a clever strategy, the Eagles dug their cleats in the turf and threw up brilliant stands that stopped the Maroons cold. The Kaveleers' line pulled back, not attempting to block the Lions but swinging into the middle of the running plays, stopping them consistently. Later, when Ammerman cleaved through the forward wall and lumbered seventy-six yards, behind beautiful blocking to go over standing up, the Tyrone stands went delirious. The half score stood 14-7, in favor of the Lions. With the ripping offensive, the A. H. S. machine put on the pressure in the last half, and ran the numerals up to 34-7 before the final gun banged on one of the greatest moral victories in T. H. S. grid annals. fduninr 'Haraitg ilinnthull 5281111 First Raw: Irvin Bennett, George Givler, Elmer Keith, Ralph Irvin, Alvin Wilson, Edward McClain, Donald Harris, Harold Benton, Nick Jermino. Charles Fink, Orris Baer. Second Row: Joseph Smith, Robert Miller, Joseph Krape, Merle Albright, Harold Houser. Paul Rossman, Howard Woodring, Robert Parton, Robert Brower, Randall Barner, Erwin Mosemanuloe Dickson. Thircl Raw: Mr. Bloom fAssistantCoachl, Thomas Barnhart CManagerJ, Kenneth Waite, Howard Gunsallus, William Price, Ralph Westbrook. Jack Watson, Charles Waite, james Makepeace, Robert Lynn, Earl Goss, Eugene Baer, William Benn, Joseph Frzinchio, Luther Houser fManagerJ, Jack Herlt fManagerl, Mr. LaPorte lCoachJ. i in W.. if iff ,J-a' 4.4-w'-06, 1 f 360. 19 .j..-4... I U .4 -'14 "'-'H-.z42""3 if 'Q " 1 I ' 1 l ai, yvh vfJ Ls 'I '3' ff" 'J Neff' ' 'of 4 - 1 , ' -1 4 I V A V Y . 4 ravi. 3,41 L-Y -,,4,,,1,,.-vvv , IK if 1"J . v 3 'liluraitg Zlinnthall Grant First Row: james Price, David Barr, Lester Woodring, Ronald Fowler, Robert Grazier, Charles Snyder, Raymond Ayers, James Cupp, Rodman Aulrs, Richard Ormsby, Samuel Parsons. Second Row: Edmund Moyer fManagerl , Robert Smith, David Duey, Joseph Abramo, Robert james, George Butterbaugh, Albert Kavel, Richard Barr, Robert lgou, Samuel Ayers, Robert Estright, Franklin Thompson. Third Raw: Mr. Stonebraker CAssistant Coachl, Samuel Steele, Dewey Iscnberg, Donald Kirk, Robert Albright, Daniel Romano, Donald Barrett, Albert Bryan, Willianm Yarnell, Albert Snyder, Malcolm Ammerman, Willianm Shively, Mr. Kavel fCoachD. ilinnthall September ll Mill Hall-O T. H. S.-35 fHomej The Tyrone team made its debut on Gray Memorial Field on a warm September evening against a Mill Hall team. The Eagles romped to a 35 to O victory. This was really a pre-season game to straighten out defects in the squad. September 18 Lilly-0 T. H. S.-19 fHomeJ An outclassed, but scrappy Lilly squad provided the second fracas for the Orangemen. Tyrone had the entire game their own way. They began to flash some wide open running attacks and breezed through the game to an easy win. ptember Z5 Bellwood- O T. H. S.-43 iHomeJ The following week Tyrone rampaged through Bellwood in full stride. With Ammerman as a battering-ram, raight football began to develop. Seven times during the game they smacked over for touch-downs. Bellwood did not threaten at all, and the defense had yet to be penetrated and tested. ctober Z Jersey Shore-O T. H. S.-20 fHorneJ A slightly-favored jersey Shore team was arrayed to give the Kaveleers their first crucial test of the season. The Skeeters had a rugged line and a fast backfield that was setting down the T. H. S. lads. Then Tyrone crossed the Shoremen up, and "Teet" Snyder faded back and ribboned a long aerial to the Shore ten from the twenty-five. Next Snyder slashed through right tackle for ten yards and the first score. Other rallies were clicked off by beautiful passing. October 9 Morrisdale-19 T. H. S.-13 fHomej A flashy Morrisdale aggregation suddenly toppled T. H. S. into the deep, dark chasms of defeat with a crash that shook the conference standings. Led by the strike-throwing arm of"Big-Jerry White," the boys in red pierced the goal line three times with a dazzling array of passes. Under the tackle slicing of Snyder and cut-backs of Long, the Eagles retaliated with two touch-downs and a conversion that left the score standing at 19 to 13. October 17 Huntingdon-6 T. H. S.-0 fAwayJ The Kaveleers then journeyed to Huntingdon. In a savagely fought game where "Old Man Weather" reigned supreme, the Huntingdon boys slithered and slid through a surging, mud-crested field to a six to nothing score. Again it was a passing attack that picked the vulnerable spots in the Tyrone defense and blasted their conference hopes. October 24 Bellefonte-0 T. H. S.-13 ' fHomeJ On a strong rebound the local boys avenged their defeat at the hands of the Governors the previous year. Early in the second quarter, Snyder gripped the seams and streamed the pigskin twenty-seven yards to Steele, who hung out an arm and snagged it, putting Tyrone in a scoring position. In the next few plays Ammerman pounded over. Late in the fourth quarter Ammerman slid offleft tackle, reeled through the secondary and away, to cross the final chalker for a touchdown. Every inch of cleatecl earth gained was savagely fought for. ,, :f66:I: Alu-r... Efln the ilfrag un Krug ilfielh :I:65j: Gbrangr amh Iilark Hurrah for the Orange and the Black! May it wave as our standard forever, Let others show what they can do- We'll be ready to face them, too. Let opponents remember the day That we downed them in mighty encleavorg We'll sing as we march to the fray, And by our right and by our might We'll stand forever! Photography by L. Duff WATCHING THE GAME . 1641: for 0 ww My h W X v-it 99 os? . 'Fel x ll' i'- QM fj A If ,, X . f yy M' MW WW WW Vgfyfg L ww "u vw gdb? do C911 Elinrnln Auvnuv BOB" WATCHING TRAFFIC sz PYYBYBY "BUCKY" ON THE RUN :f60j: 1 I. . ,- . f... ,,. ' l v':z'D-9 " ' 'L fxy., t 1- it :' " , , ip., - .ff , . --x N-'J tit. Lflxjn ,..- If Bfhatrfir y MQW ' -' Q PROPOSITION f e , ,L . if 'f flksolvedr That electrical utilities should be governmergtally owned and operated. SCHEDULE ,E,t1vUsme College ..... ............. . .. ..... March 9-11 Lock Haven .... ...... M arch 15 ' Huntingdon ...... ..... M arch 16-I8 4 . County Debate. . . ...... March 20 W! ' vi, iv' 0 M. f DEBATERS f - -ff i J VD U4 I PLA' fue ' N egative J liijlv' , ise Fuoss Margaret Burnham VI, l 4 1 Lois e.y Margaret Wise . AJ,s..f H 6 ' ' er Diehl Marjorie Stratiff ,ff 17 cy r -V, Mr. Sh ffer fcoachj Janet Charles l V5? V' "J I fu Miss Lucas fCoachj v i TV With the exception of Margaret Burnham, these debaters have engaged in debating since they were in eighth grade, and they are now sophomores. As freshmen last year they were members of the varsity debating team, a fact unique in high school debate history. For the first time in the history ofTyrone High School, Tyrone's debating teams captured the Central Pennsylvania district championship in the forensic finals. This honor enables them to com- pete in the state finals. Evlmtrru Scared: Margaret Burnham, Lois Huey, Louise Fuoss, janet Charles, Margaret Wise. Standing: Robert Diehl, Mr. Shaffer fCoachD, Miss Lucas QCoachj, Marjorie Stratiif. :f59J: ff . ,Ks u Srhnnl Qnnrrnmvnt Svtnhrni Glnnnril First Row: Francis Rossman, Robert Patton, Harry Yulcelson, Gordon Harris, Stanley Newman, Bernard Matthews. Second Row: Fred Fowler, Raymond Neil, Vaughn Woomer, june Westover, Pauline Michaels, Margaret Morrissey, Maxine Dean. 'Third Row: justin Harris, May Snyder, Doris Hagerman, Priscilla Royer, Charlotte Snyder, Betty Garman, Peggy Wertz, Mardell Stover. Fourth Row: Robert H. Miller, Robert Woomer, jack Lewis, joe Robinson, Leslie Fink, Alice Daniels, Vivian Zindle, Louise Gartner, janet Charles, Mr. Skelly fFaculty Adviserj. l.- . - 4. , First Row: Robert Charles, Harry Yulcelson, San- ford Beyer, jack Clark. Second Row: Robert Shuey, Elwood Snyder, Howard Moore, Millard Stonebraker. Robert Woomer fnot in picturej. Photography by Beyer Svrhunl 1Hatrnl 1581: I ,, i li s 9 Iihgyjs f "" 1 V 4. x UE -y-15 xl! pg. A, .an A 1' 'Q W7 'wil 'il' 114 ,Qi A Euniur , y ,, Sminr JUNIOR HI-Y First Row: Robert H. Miller, Ernest Ike, Mr. Fleck fCounselorj, Mr. Miller fCounselorj, Dallas Brickley, jack Yingling. Second Row: Lawrence Woodring, Robert Cowher, Sidney Homan, Lester Woodring, David Duey, Guyer Candy. 'Third Row: David Barr, Robert Port, Harry Dean, jack Hiller, Fred Moist. SENIOR Hl-Y First Row: Robert Black, james Warnock, joseph Panasiti, Mahlon Gates, Robert Keppler, Max Moffitt, Milton Getz, james Rhoades. Second Row: Edmund Moyer, Donald Barrett, William Shively, George Beyer, Jack Lienhardt, Elwood Snyder, Gor- don Harris, Howard Baldrige, jack Clark. Third Row: Leslie Fink, Raymond Neil, William Wertz, Richard McConahy, Robert Zimmerman, William Lykens, Thomas Glenn, Paul Price, William Yarnell. Fourth Row: Myers Kimmel, Robert Kilmartin, Jack Yarnell, Robert Charles, Mr. Steigerwalt fCounselorj, Mr. Snyder CCounselorJ, Albert Bryan, Albert Snyder. 11571: J ,sl X F fl f'J'J C i O Gift-J11-13 , ,L ALPHA TRI-1-11-Y 'Z Q ,, First Row: Miss Stewart fCounseIorJ, Catherine Miller, Anna Jane Co?4i5Ja lloughrey, Marjorie Eckert, Louise Cook, Virginia Vanneman. "' Second Row: Betty Garman, Marilynn McNeal, Alfreda Lytle, May Snyde Marjorie Rhodes, Agnes Biggins, Con- stance Eckert, Eleanor Engleman, LaRue Cassidy. 7 'Fhircl Row: Marie Troxell, Marjorie Oberly, Alice Shea, Helen Cunninghfimtnane Wertz, Betty Bridenbaugh, Mar- jorie Shca, Mary Bauer. . f' Fourth Row: Josephine Marthouse, Elizabeth Delozier, Sarah Dickson, Mary Heyl, Janet Charles, Emma Wilt, Dorothy Hall, Aileen Mengel, Lucille Walbridge, Josephine Pownall. GAMMA TRI-HI-Y Fi1stRow: Sara Guttshall, Betty Miller, Gertrude Kerlin, Miss Myers fCounselorj, Peggy Glenn, Lois Phillips, Helen Sevel. Second Row: Pauline Adams, Marie Updike, Betty Updike, Betty Glenn, Grace Naylor, Rhoda Miller, Margaret Burn- ham, Ruth Wzlrreiider. Third Row: Carolyn Kreiger, Marie Andrews, Mary Ann Weikert, Gloria Updilce, Sara Conaghan, Mary Louise Keatley, Mildred Stewart, Janet Mogle. i'-'A A 1 I Wx Fi, , A ' x J N . f. Alpha 1 f 1 at x 'J , 'H Q40 as ,sy Geri g :lQS6J: Glluha ART CLUB Fi1st Row: ,lack Boytim, William Boytim. Second Raw: Gordon Lykens, Alhert lames, Rodney Nearhoof. Third Raw: William Phillips, Vivian Lewis, Francis Thal, Christine Bowser, Suzanne Ncarhoof. Fourth Row: Joseph Lightnet, Russell Nearhoof. Fifth Row: Robert Port, Howard Woodring, Dan Barner, Daniel Bateman, Loretta Forcey, William Hawke, Zilian Rumbcrger, Adelaide Gates. Sixth Row: Pauline Shildt, Marian Riley, Josephine Chiampzi, William Potaris, Velma Burns, LaRue Weaver, Miss Govc iFnculty Adviserl. LATIN CLUB First Row: Elaine Price. Miriam Sealfon, Mary Jane Andrew. Alfreda Lytle, Pauline Hayford, Harry Yukelson, Miss Kurtz CFaculty Adviserl, Louise Cook. Betty Bridenbaugh, Helen Cunningham, Helen Sevel. Second Row: Marian Riley, Kathleen Shea, Margaret Halleran, Jane Ohrtman. Ruth Smith, Marjorie Magargel, Marjorie Butterbaugh, Marcella Wills, Margaret Boal, Elizabeth Black, Sara Conaghan. Ruth Warrender, Margaret Wise, Mary lane Williams. Third Raw: Geraldine Helman, Mary Henninger, Pauline Shildt, Edith Caldwell, Katherine Hagerman, Helen Warrender, lean Wagner, Jenn Leeper, Norma Hitchings, Hilda Troxeli, Learrice Johnson, Dorothy Peters, Ardriennc Stroup, Anna Slmtfer, Charles De Mario, Loretta Wilson, Peggy Wertz, Naomi Smith. Fourth Row: Floyd Nestlerode, David Barr, Ruth Searer, Emma Wilt, Gloria Updike, Margate: Burnham, Alice Ewing, Mary Dannaway. Russell Cruilcshank, Edward Duff, George Foust, jane Gibbony, Helen Hull, lane Beyer. Fifth Row: Vivian Zindle, Janet Miller, Ardis Cassidy, Betty Ammerman, Louise Englemun, John I-lang, William Wertz, Robert H. Miller, Harriet Malaker, Dorothy Caldetwood, Marie Troxell. Sixth Row: Kathleen White. Mary Ann Weikerr, Robert Diehl, Samuel Study, Patrick Maschke, Guyer Candy, joseph Smith, Robert Sweirzer, Fred Moist. if . ' Xt r F ii' f W W L Artmfllilifl' J , , ri 4 , . ci , l fl Ezliin Qllnh : I: 5 5 I : Olluha 9 illrvnrh Gllnh miiiignin Glluh FRENCH CLUB First Raw: Robert Bathurst, Rol1ertShuey, Gertrude Kerlin, Mary Bauer, Alice Shea, Jane Wertz, Amelia Vespa. Miss Eble fFaculty Adviserl, Donald Moore, James Seymour, Milliard Sronebralcer. Second Raw: james Price, Sanford Beyer, Jack Cupper. Cleo Waite.Marjorie Rhodes,Betty Miller, James Warnock. james Rhoades, William Thompson, Harold McConahy. P ITlhird Row: Telford Fink, Ann Peters, William Cox. Olive Lyons, Helen Ginter, Constance Eckert, Virginia Vanneman, Anna lane Cox, au ong. Fourth Row: Wilkie Smith,Jane Loughrey. Grace Naylor, Ruth Berkstresser, Marie Aurand, Dorothy Friday, Aileen Mengel, Kathleen Dixon, Eleanor Engleman, Mahlon Gates. Fifth Row: Robert Black. Josephine Pownall, Anna Rumberger, Ruby Oakwood, Faye johnson, Sara Guttshall, Mildred Stewart, Ethel Lyons, Earl Rishell. Sam Parsons. Sixth Raw: Richard Largent, Mildred Hoover, Marjorie Oberly, Catherine Miller, Malcolm Ammerman, Forrest Hosband, La Rue Cassidy, Maxim: Little, Robert Albright. Scwmih Raw: Enid Seater, Louise Russell. Martha Helen Little, Alice Daniels, Ernest Richardson, justin Harris, Mary Davis, Myers Kimmel, ,luck Clark, George Burterbaugh, Leslie Fink. BISIGNIS CLUB ' First Row: Harold Nearhoof, Thelma Port, janet Moglc, Betty Updike, Harriet Turnbaugh, Lucille Walbridge, Betty Glenn, Marjorie Myers, Elva ,lean Snyder, June Johnson, Rodman Aults. Second Row: Marjorie Smith, Marian Plumber, Pauline Adams, Katherine Diehl, Louise Lewis, Bette Lloyd, Anna Marie Faust, Adeline Snyder, Helen Thompson. Dorothy Waite, Helen Riggle. Third Row: Mildred Roberts, Jane Ammerman, Bernadine Brarton, Dorothy Ewing, Dorothy Hall, Mardell Stover, Beatrice Berman, Bertha Resides, Betty Boal. Fourth Row: Marjorie Shea, Marian Lynn, LeRoy Nestlerode, Williani Duff, Miss Heiss fAdviserl, Miss Hemminger iAdviserJ, Miss Webb fAdviscrl, Elmer lrvin. Fifth Row: Thomas Lane, Gordon Stine, Maynard Barnet, Robert Charles, Frederick Beyer. 15543: Zluninr '-IKPEI Glrnnn JUNIOR RED CROSS EATS FOR THE KIDDIES SOME GIFTS FOR SANTA WRAPPING THE GIFTS Photography by Woomer : U 3 I : Eihrarg IN THE REALM OF BOOKS FILING CARDS Havens STAFF IN ACTION Wise Glenn Daniels Photography by Wooxncr :fS2j: Svvninr Elglag COACH MacDowell Vespa Eckert Vanneman Harris lgrnhnrtinn Glnmmitirr Director ...... ......... . ................ Faculny Business Manager ..... Student Business Managers .... Publicity Manager .......... Property Managers Sara Guttshall Gertrude Kerlin Jack Lienhardt Electncian Earl Rishell ..............Sair MacDowell Cornmesser . . . . .Anna Jane Cox, Jane Loughrey ................Gordon Harris Student Stage Managers James Warnock Robert Wilson Stage Manager Mac Bresslcr Nvarnock, Rishell, Fink, Lienhardt Cox, Loughrey, Kerlin, Guttshall 51 ' :I 3: 1? - - n 1.41 BUSINESS MANAGER Cornmcsser Senior Wing Vanneman, Gates, Vespa Ellyn lglagern Mrs. Letitia Conley . . Ruth Conley ........ Hamilton Conley .... Opie Johnson ...... Mrs. Ada Parker. . . Winnie Parker ..... Ambrose Wakeley .... Cary Stanton ....... Orestes Ulysses Bean. . ........... Amelia Vespa . . . .Virginia Vanneman . . . . . . . . Mahlon Gates .........JaneWertz .........Arm Peters . . . . .Marjorie Eckert . . . .Gordon Harris .... Raymond Neil .........jackClark Aunt Deborah Conley ........ Elizabeth Delozier Vercna Lyons ....... ........MaySnyder , Wertz as Opie "Prize Pigs," a comedy in three acts by Not in Picture: jack Clark Raymond Neil Wilbxlr Brown, was presented by the class of 1937 of the Tyrone High School in the Y. M.C. A. Auditorium on December 4, 1936. Photography by Beyer, Merritts, and Woomcr soj Delozier, Snyder, Peters fi . 'r w , ZA iz , c ,4 Qpnkvaman K lf 1 YL I' Euarnrzn Svtafti 5 I ,xl wi N' gi e 0600 E 5 0 L4 A0 , . T1 , wvixmm Qfbfoh Jw ,iX5X9-C3151 ' lC.61"'lxg,W , Jer 'Ns 3 PQWQR X95 W P55 XXV' X0 - Z Sf N 5255 xof' Busm ass MANAMLR Beyer FACULTY ADVISER--Bowman 12 7? UD file Dzgper Www' - . ,f f . ' - 412' TYP1sTs w. X. Bratton, Shea, Berman Duff, Updilce, Grazier, Adams " Photography by Merritts :l:491: wp 4 Svpnkrzmsmn QW QQ vgvffifxoibe' Q?- .OVJ 9' Q96 Q09 ,Wit W Svolrrs Enrron-Newman Assls'l'AN'rs-Neil, Nenrhoof iiintnrml Staif EDITOR-IN-Cu IEP Matthews CUB Rwowrans 'fo Af-i 640671, X EDITOR Obey? NCQ? COLUMNISTS Huey, Lytle, Wertz Xapfyii am! fel, ' .0 H014--cf1"-I-r-pn. Q G , al Trur- SS? Photog ' why jones Gates, Keatley, Garman REPORTH ns Wxeikerb Russell, Troxell, Merritts :f48J: Zlkrlrnn T AISI SP0 . OR! S 5, R fl 056 e1ffwfQj60,,f Sn, F 4 W owe O'f-fN.0'f0HX1v .F OX, -Mi" Cfflgpxlo GV 165.9 Xfxlqzfbrey woo , K , ' 0, TYPISTS Lane, Turnbaugh, Walbridge Nor IN PICTURE-Nestlerode .-I - ' FW . -- if-Q I - .. . 1. , , , ., I Sf ' f 3355" I ' ' I" 2- '. ' Eidiii I f 'Nh - 'I 4, .u' - " ' 555: , 4 Iqfg-, Q ' -K. 5 '97 I eifziii , 'i - ' .- A 5.155-3.5, . WQVFII' I . :fs-ffm' I-4'f '59 sw'- faqifwg ya-,.,.m 9' I ' ' ' ,X .v : 1' ' '- gif'-'I'4. 3 II. ,tl ,I ,Q-I - ..-XI If fi. --'J Y ' f 5 15.1 CAMERA COMMITTEE Merritts Beyer Woomer BUSINESS STAFF Ass'T ADVERTISING MANAGHII-Lynn ADVERTISING MANAGER-Black BUSIN ESS MANAGER-Baldfige ART COMMITTEE Wertz, Neil, Getz, Vespa. Photography by Beyer :l:47J: I Z1 Einar Amrrira Singing I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear, Those of mechanics, each one singing his as it should be blithe and strong, The carpenter singing his as he measures his plank or beam, The mason singing his as he makes ready for work, or leaves off work, The boatman singing what belongs to him in his boat, the deckhancl singing on the steam- boat deck, . The shoemaker singing as he sits on his bench, the hatter singing as he stands, The wood-cutters' song, the ploughboy's on his way in the morning, or at noon intermis- sion or at sundown, The delicious singing of the mother, or of the young wife at work, or of the girl sewing or washing, Each singing what belongs to him or her and to none else, The day what belongs to the day-at night the party of young fellows, robust, friendly, Singing with open mouths their strong melodious songs.-Walt Wliitman INS' Photography by Merritt THE MAN IN THE HAT-A MYSTERY 1461: X 142 Qi I YD aj wiv W fb lame:-z, Suzanne jolinson, Robert johnson, Ruth Kanour, William Reefer, Clarence Kennedy, LaRue Kerchner, Millie Kerlin, Ethel Keys, Esther Kirkpatrick, Elmer Knipper, Adaline Koon, john Krape, Bertha Leeper, Norman Light, Paul Lightner, Anna l..omb:irtlo, joseph Lonuenecker, William Lykens, Eleanor Magill, lletty Mannino, France Mastrapolo, Frances lVl1ll,Il'l, ,lane McCahan, josephine McCahan, Miriam McKinney, Alverda Mcliinney, Walter Meredith, Robert Miles, Robert Miller, lmogene Svvumth Grebe fConcl1-acled from page 402 Miller, Marie Miller, Zita Moore, Clarence Mowry, Richard Mull, Charles Myers, Edward D. Myers, Edward Myers, Frances Nearhoof, Clarence Nearhoof, Roberta Nearhoof, Suzanne Neil, Dorothy Nestlerode, Helen Oswalt, Annabelle Parker, Eugene Parker, Elmer Patton, Sara jane Pine, Warren Pletz, Elaine Popovich, Nicholas Port, Lee Potnris, William Price, Albert Price, Mary Kathryn Ray, Ruth Reed, Louise Rhoades, Dorothy Rhodes, Elvin Rhodes, Ruth Riggleman, Alice Riggleman, Margaret Rightnour, Marian Robinson, Betty Robinson, joseph Robinson, William Rossman, Francis Rumberger, Zilian Rupert, Tessie Schell, Jack Schopp, Richard Schroyer, Berman Scordo, Mary Seater, Howard Shay, Marjorie Shea, James Shea, Stewart Shildt, Leroy Shildt, Robert Shirk, Irene Shollenberger, Edward Shultz, William Simondale, Anna Jane Snyder, james Snyder, Jayne Snyder, Louise Snyder, Marjorie Spanelli, Dolores Spanelli, Lenoie Steele, Boyd Stewart, Glen Stiver, Viola Stonebraker, Ralph Stryker, Norman Stuart, john Summers, Jane Summers, Lucretia Summers, May Sweitzer, Paul Thomas, Dolly Thomas, Eugene Thomas, Lawrence Thompson, john VanAllman, Marjorie Wlagner, Betty Walk, Betty Walk, Mahlon Walk, Paul Watson, Paul Welch, William Weston, Richard Westover, June Vifilliams, Gloria Wfilson, Anna ,lane Xvirtner, Richard ' Wittman, George Wolfe, Ruth Woodring, Anna Wfoodring, Howard Zang, joe Zerbe, Louise Photography by Woomer STUDENTS OF COGKING 1421: Hagerman, Katherine Hainsey, Nancy Hallerman, Margaret Hamer, Charles Hand, William Hardy, Francis Harpster, LeRoy Helman, Geraldine Henderson, Dorothy Henninger, Grace Hilderbrand, Beryl Hiller, john Hoover, Cecil Houser, Harold Hull, Helen lddings, Ruby lgou, Robert lrvin, Jack lrvin, Ralph lrvin, Willis lsenberg, Dewey Jermino, Frank johnson, Pauline Johnson, Leatrice Keith, Elmer Kerlin, Emogene Kirkpatrick, Charles Lannen, Delbert Leasure, LeRoy Leeper, jean Lewis, lack Lewis, Marion Lightner, joseph Little, Kenneth Little, Lorain johnson, Marie johnston, Harry vlohnston, Lorrain jones, Clara jane jones, Dorothy Keatley, Robert Keller, Betty Keppler, Phyllis Kirkpatrick, George Kirkpatrick, Mary Kline, Ruth Knarr, William Kridet, Ruth Krieger, Marjorie Kustabauder, Jane Kustaborder, Lee Langenbacher, Duane Lewis, Ellen Lewis, john Lewis, Vivian Lloyd, Harold Long, Richard Lowery, Garsheon Lykens, Frances Mastropolo, Patsy Matteson, Lois McClain, Edward Ninth Cfirahe fConcluded from Lloyd, Donald Lloyd, Sara Lykens, Gordon Lynn, Robert Magargel, Marjorie Magill, Frank Malaker, Harriette Maschke, Patrick Mattern, Helen Mauk, Louise McConahy, Ronald McCoy, Margaret McGovern, William McKinney, Earl Mentzer, Marjorie Mercado, Charlotte Merritts, Franklin Michaels, Marjorie Miles, john Miles, Samuel Miller, Allen Miller, Charles Miller, Clifford Miller, Dorothy Miller, Joyce Miller, Shirley Miller, William Mills, Audrey Moist, Fred Morrissey, Margaret Mosel, Helen Myers, Betty jane Myers, Louise Naylor, LaRue Nearhoof, janet Nearhoof, Jean Eighth Chant lConcluded from page 392 Mencer, Kathleen Mengel, David Mentzer, Lucille Merritts, Betty Miles, Kirby Miller, Betty Miller, Florence Miller, Robert A. Mogle, Byron Moist, Russell Moore, Vivian Morrissey, Lois Moyer, Margaret Myers, jackson Myers, janet Myers, LaVerne Nearhoof, Rodney Noel, Meryl Ohrtman, Fay Pannebaker, Mary Louise Parker, Robert Patterson, Edith Patton, Mary Jane Patton, Robert Phillips, Harry Phillips, Robert Plummer, Vivian 1411: page 381 Nearhoof, Russell Nestlerode, Floyd Ohrtman, jane Patrick, Mike Patterson, Lucy Patterson, Morris Patterson, Vivian Patton, Donald Pearce, ,lack Port, Robert Price, Elaine Price, Kathryn Putman, Leona Reed, Marie Rhoades, Lawrie Riley, Marian Rinker, Foster Ritter, Robert Robbins, Donald Robison, Alice Romano, Mary Romano, Ralph Root, james Rozick, joseph Rumberger, Gwin Sealfon, Miriam Shatler, Pauline Shea, Kathleen Sheckler, Betty Shildt, Pauline Shuey, William Simondale, Marjorie Singler, Kathleen Singler, Reeder Smith, joseph Pownall, john Reese, Charles Rhinesmith, Malcolm Rightnour, Betty Rinker, Ardis Roberts, NVilliam' Robertson, Wallace Robinson, Grace Robinson, Loyal Robison, Wallace Robison, Buddy Rodgers, Anna Rossman, Paul Royer, Priscilla Shellenberger, Richard Shildt, Ruth Shively, Betty Shoemaker, Harry Shoemaker, William Simprose, Harry Skelly, Clark Smith, Lorma Snyder, Robert Snyder, William B. Snyder, William C. Steele, Elsworth Smith, Madeline Smith, Naomi Smith, Ruth Smith, Wayne Snyder, Charlotte Snyder, Eugene Spanelli, Pete Sprankle, Mary Ellen Stanley, Lois Stephens, Mildred Stewart, Betty Stroup, Ardrenne Study, Samuel Sweitzer, john Sweitzer, Robert Thomas, Herbert Thompson, Dorothy Turiano, James Umholtz, Helen Waite, Calvin Waite, Charles Waite, Forest Waite, Gladys Warrender, Helen Watson, Clifford Weaver, Louise Westbrook, Ralph NXf'ilson, Pauline Wilt, Helen Wingate, Robert Wiser, Helen Woodring, Lester Woomer, Henry Yingling, lack Young, Margaret Stiles, Charles Stine, Raymond Stonebraker, Guinivere Sweitzer, Harold Thal, Francis Thomas, Betty Troutwine, Patricia Varner, john Waite, Boyd XValk, Wilbur Watson, Alice Weaver, LaRue Welch, Richard Wells, Frederic Xlifertz, Lee Wertz, Lee Chester, jr. Williams, Betty Wills, Mary Wilson, Marjorie Wilson, Onah Wittman, Marian Woleslagle, Dorothy Wolfe, George Woomer, Vaughn Wyland, Margaret Zanghi, Josephine Zerbe, Burley f - i Adams, Lee Albright, Betty Anderson, Edith Anderson, James Andrew, John Betz, Geraldine Beyer, Allen Beyer, William Blair, Lillian Blair, Sylvia Bloom, Genevieve Bollinger, Chester Bowman, Mabel Bowser, Christine Bowser, Earl Boytim, Jack Bradford, Margaret Brisbin, Helen Brisbin, James Seventh Cgrailr Buck, Charles Budd, George Calderwood, George Calderwood, Robert Caldwell, Dorothy Cassady, Charles Castagnola, Joseph Catich, Alexander Chiofar, Mary Clites, Esther Colitto, Josephine Cook, Thelma Cowher, Edward Culver, Mary Dawson, Mary Louis Dean, Marjorie Dean, Richard DelBaggio, Nunzie DeMario, Dominick C Denny, Eleanor Diaz, Angeles Diaz, Rosario Dickson, Charles Dickson, Paul DiMemmo, Carrie Duff, Evelyn Estright, Anna Evans, Ernest Femea, Paul Fink, James Fowler, Vfilliam Franchio, Louise Furst, Harry Gates, Adelaide Gilbert, Julia Ginter, Elmer Givler, Deeter Glass, Frances fConclurlecl on page 422 Goss, Myrtle Gray, Marietta Hampton, Janet Hannah, Josephine Harman, Florence Hamish, Robert Harris, Donald Helman, Robert Henderson, Mary Hitchings, Mary Ja Holt, Kenneth Hoover, Ella Mae Hoover, Janet Howard, Josephine Igou, Charles Igou, Isabella lke, Lester Irvin, Frances lsenberg, June yne :HO Ahramo, Mary Abrams, Glenn Albright, Merle Ammerman, Franklin Baer, Dorothy Baker, Frederic Barto, Alberta Batcheler, Frank Bathurst, Marjorie Benn, NVilliam Bloom, Howard Boal, Miriam Bressler, Rayma Lee Brisbin, Genevieve Brisbin, Samuel Buck, Mary lane Burley, lean Burns, Velma Butterbaugh, Dorsey Eighth Grabs Camp, june Catich, :Stanley Celmo, Petro Chiampa, Josephine Colitto, Helen Conway, Edward Cox, jean Culver, William Dannaway, Samuel Davidson, Gladys Dawson, Harry Dayton, Janet Dean, Catherine Del Baggio, Bennie Eckert, Harry Ellenberger, William Etters, Elwood Ewing, Marie Fernau, Nancy Fleck, Alice Forcey, Loretta Forte, Delores Fouss, Leonard Friday, Lois Friday, Ralph Friday, Russell Furst, Russell Gates, Donald Getz, Kathryn Givler, Betty jane Glenn, Charles Goss, Betty Gross, james Grove, Robert Grove, Ruth Gunsallus, Carriebellc Guttshall, Mary Alice Hale, Mary ,lane fConcluded on page 412 U Harpster, Josephine Hassler, Muriel Hawke, William Herlt, Robert Hevner, Marjorie Hickes, Willard Hicks, Phyllis Hildebrand, Charles Holly, Marie Homan, Paul Houck, Marjorie Houser, Luther Houscr, Pauline Huff, Boyd lgou, Gerald Ike, Anna Ike, Margaret james, Albert jermino, Nick 91 A 70041 fc C Skdccv' MW 4 K 'F' Abramo, joseph Adams, john Anderson, Willianm Andrew, Mary jane Andrews, joe Barr, David Bartlcbaugh, Kenneth Bateman, Daniel Bell, Clarence Benn, Bruce Bennett, Irvin Benton, Harold Beyer, lane Bickcl, William Biddle, Helen Biddle, Rebecca Blair, Jeanne Bowser, Shirley Boyiim, William -.ff 11,3 .,.,-'11 1 A-evffn J ,Lu ll f Ninth Cgrahe Bratton, Louise Bressler, Francis l3utt'erb:n1gh, Marjorie Cherry, Dean Calderwood, Dorothy Caldwell, Edith Candy, Guyer Carnes, Althea Castagnoln, Anthony Colabine, james Conaghan, Mary Cowher, Catherine Cowher, Christine Cowher, Glenn Crain, Edward Cruikshank, Russell Crust, Kenneth Curry, William Dachenlaach, Louise Dannaway, Mary Daughenbaugh, james Dean, Harry Dean, Maxine DeMario, Charles DeMario, Mary Dickson, Alma Diehl, George Dillon, Loma DiMemmo, Frank Duey, David Duff, Edward Duff, Thelma Dysart, Paul Ellenberger, Robert Etters, Vernon Evennach, Mike Ewing, Alice Fetters, jack fCO71Cl!fKllCfl on page 411 :rss Fetzer, Evelyn Fink, Marjorie Fisher, Charles Fisher, Gilbert Fisher, Marjorie Fleck, Sheldon Fleming, William Foust, Byron Foust, Frances Foust, George Friday, Charlotte Fry, Ivalou Gihboney, Jane Gingerich, Kathryn Cvrazier, Eugene Guiliani, Blanche Gunter, Leo Haag, Betty lane Haag, joseph 1539- I , L 12,4-" ' ", rf, ' I . : .' , ' . ' JK' . f l if -LJ ' ' O' s KJJL ' POV! WW" L L VND 1 1' ,- if. " ' . L xo! 1-1' ' , .C ' if f,,-...awlfeu Cf 1 ii aff, iowa: we ' -vy,,MfH-1 .-fi-KJQJ H . -l -v 1 . K DCLO-'Jah iaafgf-7 4,1..fri.if J l .Za J w.,f,..o- it . we.: W7 .g,.,,,,.- avwff-J , 'VV M225 J' J ,ul 1,71 WJ ' 'jj Snphnmnrra fx i X X x K KV s 1 4 . Qi x 'Q N Y S ,N FIRST GROUP L First Row: Alfreda Lytle, Eva Mae Rightnour, Lois Phillips, Lois Huey, Mary Ann Hall, Janet Miller, Betty Murray, ' 6 x Laura Lykens, Harold Nearhoof, Kurt Postreich, Richard McDonald. Second Row: Donald Nei, Blair Lykens, Francis Lehner, Dorothy Peters, Mary Mastrapaolo, Hilda Krape, Dorothy V James, Joanne Miller, Robert P. Miller, Edward Paulhamus. ' -l V Third Row: Lyman Miller, Robert H. Miller, Gerald Miller, Frances Rhodes, Helen Miller, Lenore Keith, Elinor .E - Miller, Agnes Miller, Charles Mannino, Samuel Lombardo. .r 5 -Fourth Row: Reed Miller, William Price, Charles Miller, Erwin Moseman, Victor Lykens, Don Miller, Edwin Magill, ' MASQ ' m Morrow, John Miller, Marion Miller. lf ' Fifth Row: James Makepeace, Edward Rhoades, Dale Richards. S COND GROUP l Wg' 1-9' Qdty vv -v'- -e7 f ,Jw ,' f FMA' Cu J fldfrfg- Wowiyfiliev l H3 'fad J! 0 MQ " Svnpliuhiurva -. ir Q tx .3 'S 1 First Row: Eugene Rodgers, Wendell Thompson, Vivian Woomer, Mary Wills, Peggy Wertz, Ruth Seater, Marcella :I I ills, Loretta Wilson, Hilda Troxell, Earl Varner, Joseph Turnbaugh. A X Second Row: Robert Stewart, David Ross, June Snyder, Mary A. Stine, Mary Tahaney, Frances Spicer, Mary Helen tewart, Mary L. Stine, Marie Roberts, Elizabeth Schneider. Third Row: Janet Tate, Robert M. Stuart, Adrian Snellbaugh, Jean Wagner, Eleanor Woomer, Dorothy Whren, A gg. 'orie Stratiff, Jennie Simprose, Gloria Updike, Margaret Wise, Jerome Schneider. - X Fourth Row: John Stitt, Emma Wilt, Mary Ann Weikert, Lewetta Snyder, June Shultz, Betty Woomer, Alice Wilt, harles Snyder, Charles Vogt, Clifford Wilson. 5. N 'lf Fifth Row: Kenneth Wang? Jaldk Wkxtson, Alton YVoodring,YQlehn Snyder. :R L 'ix V : x I Aki W Q Fx . 2 l W1 " ' Q ff- K ,sv X J ,V , , ,X . i' ' . . " , N ,Q-5 VJ, .- ' 45 '73 ' 3 , w V f 5 1" J e-, f I TJ I.- ff ti ja L, '-JV , v r v X -rw n ', 'iff I ls 09,9 Dlrlfrlj. Cor-1.1" all n 5 r t !' 1 V 4 f f1f""f4?' 1- 0 x LAK N- 'R ,Q 1 'j'p 11' 'j MJ "J ."' N- P., ' ,li I 'L' yt" L L v 6 if Q3 JA' "Ni-LL.. ' , W v 1 5, 1 UI' 'J i ' ki ly h ,I , 9 I . I W-lt.. ' iff' if E1-RST GROUP lb f-V -,W up ff Ki , rf f, A ,x f- LA .37 2.1 - wif Af. ak First Row: William Burns, Martha Biddle, Sara BLIATQS, V'erna Burkett, Thomas Barnhart, Donald Beyer, Sara CJQ-Li Q-af l rf' aghan, Elizabeth Black, Frank Cornelius, Clarence Eclcley, Gilbert Bryan. A .' , fr' Second Row: june Daughenbaugh, Virginia Farh, Clara Dixon, Agnes Brisbin, Samuel Chiofar, Alton Ewing, Robert - 1, Bryan, Earl Beschler, David Black, Robert Ellenberger, Dallas Brickley. .5 Via M Thircl Row: Victor Ellenberger, Louise Engleman, Elizabeth Engleman, Ramona Albright, Ralph Diehl, Miles Carpet, Gris Baer, Louis Chille, Robert Boytim, Margaret Burnham, Ardis Cassidy. Fourth Row: Richard Dworsak, Israel Antikol, George Dickson, Robert Deihl, Robert Cowher, Herman Brown, William Cupper, Sheldon Cooper, Ardriene Batcheler, Betty Ammerman. LeRoy Frantz. Fifth Row: Charles Fink, joseph Franchio, Edward Catich, Harold Cowher, Lester Ammerman, Edward Dunkle, Margaret Boal, janett Charles, Robert Brower. SECOND GROUP First Row: Mary Heyl, Mildred Kaspick, Betty Igou, Pauline Hayford, Albert Kavel, Ernest Ike, Philip Haag, Howard Havens, Charles Grilrln, Earl Kaspiclc, lack Herlt. Second Row: Betty Friday, Betty Garman, Mary Louise Keatley, Louise Fouss, Mary Gates, Elaine Hampton, Virginia Grazier, Betty Garis, Margaret Kaup, Thomas Hostler, Paul jermino. Third Row: Earl Goss, Howard Furry, Joseph Krape, Claire Holly, ,loan Ginter, Alma Iddings, Shirley Hand, Louella lrvin, Peggy Glenn, Edward Getz, Harry Hamer. Fourth Row: Herbert Anderson, Harold Grazier, Robert Givler, Dean Focht, Elwood Goodman, Elmer J. Johnson, Elmer A. johnson, George Givler, Sidney Homan, Robert lgou. Fifth Thomas Grove, Donald Kirk, Robert Gingerich, Clarence Hartsoclc, Edward Haag, Roger Fernau. rjjitiir avvlivmwerllla' , J. f' ' ll If 0 L21 ,lf Q- ,T 'N ' ,r-.lip AU. l 51,1 P J Oj,K,1l- M N. RW, ,rl .1 2. ,Jr fln 5? 12,9 ,ij l fx., 'xl ,Afj fo Y' ,ff l.,,J 201 1, . will dig. KM ra Svnphnmnrea i e A iv, . , :lf36j: ,. ,gf iff" Q' V l f-,WU li' I it J !',-- lj ,J I ' Qjrai g M ijwffy, W ,963 ,iw FIRST GROUP J U ll JM J First Row: Samuel Parsons, Edmund Moyer, Stanley Newman arold Nearhoof An lo Mannino Ruby Oakwo d Enid Searer, Aileen Mengel, Catherine Miller, janet Rhoades, Mary Stroup Marilynn McNeal, Alice Shea, Helen Sevel, Marie Snyder, Helen Pannebaker. L MJ N W A Lf f l ,il ' , 1 , . 2 1 Second Row: James Price, Victor Mannino, William Snyder, Harold McConahy, Bertha Resides, Mildred Roberts, I ' f ii ,, Third Row: Bernard Shildt, Robert Shultz, Alton Pannebaker, William Rhoades, Anna Shader, Elizabeth McCanns,:. ' U S Dorothy Moist. Dorothy Merritts, Evelyn McCoy, Helen Riggle, La Verne Rishell. I Fourth Row. James Seymour, Stella Kerchner, Betty McKnight, Maryorie Oberly, Louise Russell, Mary jane Steele, jk! yrxjjl Ruth Powley, Betty Nearhoof, La Rue Mills, Ruth Miller, Marian Plumber. I 0 f 'v SECOND GROUP J D First Row: Marjorie Smith, Elva Jean Snyder, Jane Stanley, Relda Yaudes, Mildred Stewart, Mary Jane Williams, Freda Wills Sara Wiser Millard Stonebraker William Wertz. Second Row: Mary Wilson, Helen Thompslon, Dorothy Waite, Martha Wilson, Mardell Stover, Marie Troxell, Ruth, ,Q Warrender, Wynona Wolfe, LaRue Shuey, Russell Tower, William Thompson. Ulf M Third Row: William Shively, Samuel Steele, Roy Waite, Fred Walker, Eugene Shuey, Harold Thompson, Richard J Q Waite. f . Fourth Row: Albert Snyder, William Yarnell, Ann Rumberger, Betty Sheaffer, Winifred Snider, Elwood Snyder, Robert E. Smith. fix , I , 1 N ,l f 5 I ,. Ji! yj! f Www' KW , A i I 1, ' I f 'I V V, jc Ugja l JJ! ,WW J. -J ' 1 -owl! , f, if ' I dlumnra 1 . I 3luninra T :L35fl: ' Zluninrza 9 . U! ' f a iff , J an + P , 5 Q' Q 'J Juniata FIRST GROUP First Row: Gerald Bennett, Charles Dickson, Helen Beiin, Grace Burns, Sara Louise Dickson, Mildred Bonsell, Anna Marie Faust, Jonelle Evans, Eleanor Engleman, Marie Aurand. Second Row: Jack Cupper, Rodman Aults, James Cupp, Betty Jane Dayton, Alice Daniels, Dorothy Anderson, Ruth Berlcstresser, Marie Andrews, Betty Boal. Third Row: Raymond Ayers, Robert Bathurst, Richard Daugherty, Jane Ammerman, Kathleen Dixon, Mary Davis, La Rue Cassidy, Dorothy Ewing. Fourth Row: Robert Albright, Samuel Ayers, Malcolm Ammerman, Robert Estright, Richard Barr, George Butter' baugh, Telford Fink, William Cox, Albert Bryan. SECOND GROUP First Row: Lester Gallagher, Caroline Fisher, Velma Kimberling,'Alice Hicks, June Johnson, Ethel Lyons, Helen Ginter, Thelma Gardner, Doris Hagerman, Mildred Hoover. Second Row: Chester Gallagher, Richard Kaup, Dorothy Friday, Norma Hitchings, Eleanor Kirkpatrick, Florence Johnston, Betty Hagen, June Hoffman, Betty Flenner, Robert Grazier, Wilmer Gebhart. Third Row: Richard Largcnt, John Haag, Francis Haag, Justin Harris, Maxine Little, Joy Frantz, Dorothy Hall, Jack Lykens, lra Fisher, Elmer Irvin. Q Fourth Row: Marlin Bathurst, Bruce Jones, Myers Kimmel, Robert Kinch, Thomas Glenn, Jack List, Robert James, Martha Helen Little, Constance Eckert, Robert Levy, Ronald Fowler. A 1341: r XVILSON, DONALD Don Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Band '35, '36, '373 Orchestra '36, '37. .LXMBITIONZ Night club enter- tainer. One of "Sticker's" stand-bys . . . a choir boy . . . second best Solid flunker . . . lots of leisure time . . . prefers not to study. WILSON, RQBERT M. Bobby Band '35, '36g Orchestra '35, '36, '37, Basketball '35, '36g Stage Craft '35, '36g Volley ball '35, '36g Senior Play '37. AMBITIONZ To learn all phases of aviation. A drummer . . . blonde brute . . . a favorite with the girls . . . prefers A. H. S. to T. H. S .... lofty in ambition . . . one of Al- toona's natifue sons. o,9DRr'NG, BENNY J. J. Up jwiza Bjllfody r A BJTION'Ii'HCYmlI"" "J " 'lid' A U . fir. Qi'Benn7' the l?id".-zf.Xboolcworn1 cowbqy'stforf V. . . a wizard on icekfkates . J, chooses to be a her- nist because of bashfulness . . .' patronifes Vfestern movies . . . ex cffjeionally acti've.- ' WOOMER, ROBERT E. Bob Falcon Staff '37g Student Coun- cil '37, Red Cross '36, '37g Student Patrol '37g French Club '36. AMBITION: Electrical or radio en- gineer. Makes a hobby of photography . . . scientifically inclined . . . turestles with Solid . . . tall and lean . . . talkative. XVILLIAMS. ORVIS MARTIN Glee Club '36, '37. Amairiowz Welder. Distant admirer of girls . . . de- tests dressing up . . . anxiously awaits commencement . . . tallcs rapidly . . . has the sports craze . . good natared . . . always ready for fun. YARNELL, JACK Smzkie Glee Club '35, '36, '373 Track '36g Red Cross '35, Student Patrol '36, Library Staff '35, Hi-Y '36, '37g Football '35. AMBITION: Weismuller II. Laboratory on parade .... s Lady period pest . . ."I-lere I am, girlsg go crazy". . . tall, dark, and hand- some . . . reads Reatler's Digest. YUKELSON, HARRY Arch Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Student Council '373 Student Patrol '36, '373 Latin Club '36, '37. AMBITION: Lawyer. An aspiring comedian . . . eager to learn Latin . . . efficient chief of student patrol . . . has a deep voice . . . husky . . . argumentative . . . . sometimes ostentatious. ' 4 .i ZIMMERMANTRCBERT Zim Glee Clttb '34, '35, '36, '37g Bas- Stb'a1I.'34,,f,35,, '36, Volley ball '36, i-Y '35, "'56,'i37. , Arvmmowb To own. a Tyrone- Philipsburg airline. - it Teacher's pest . . . general alarm . . . always on the scene of action . . . goirvgnwwhereifast . . . nurses rare. ' - ZIMMERS, RUTH ELIZABETH Glee Club '36, '37. ' ANIHITIONZ Stenographer. A country lass . . , has a wealt- ness for boys . . . likes square dancing . . . says little . . . tall and slender . . . naive. ibftirrra nf Svrninr Gllaaa President ....................... Mahlon Gates Vice President .... .......... M ilton Cretz Secretary ....... .... E lizabeth Delozier Treasurer ........ .... A una lane Cox Social Chairman. . . Social Chairman. . . Dean .......... . . ........Iack Clark . . .Marjorie Eckert . . . . . . . .Mr. Steigerwalt :IZ33 THOMPSON, FRANKLIN S. Dope Football '36, '37. AMUITIUN: Professional football player. A shy and silent hero . . . re- sides at HARRIET E. Suzy Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Falcon , Stall '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37g Red Cross '35g Alpha Tri-I-Ii-Y '35, '36, '37. UPDIKE, '36, '37. '36, '37. . . . a lady. VANNEMAN, VIRGINIA Polly Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Latin Club '36g French Club '36, '37y Alpha Tri-l-Ii-Y '35, '36, '37, Sen- ior Play '37. AMl3I'FIONZ To work at the shirt factory. Gets around . . . terrible speller . . . preference for "State".. . wields an CXICIISIVC 'vocabulary . . . owns u scotiy. WAITE, CLEO CATHERINE Glee Club '363 French Club '36, '37 Amurrzowz Secretary. An outstanding brunette . . . a radio fan . . . clei'er dancer . . . has a wealcness for parties and fun BETTY MARTHA JANE Cashier of High School Bank '37g Olee Club '35, 36' '37g Bisignis Club '36, '37g Gamma Tri-HifY AMmTioN: Secretary. ,lohn's satellite . . . a unique gigyler . . . extremely efficient . . . mll, stately, and dignified . . . co- operative . . . always busy. UPDIKE, MARIE MAY Sis Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Spokes, man Staff '37g Gamma Trifl-Ii-Y Amnmon: Stenographer. l3etty's sister . . . natural curls . . . nice to know . . . sweet and shy . . . not very big . . . reticent VAN ALLMAN, FRANCES EILEEN Fran Glee Club '36, '37. AMBITION: Hair dresser. A small mite . . . capable of clever witticisrns . . . has the most contagious giggle . . . blushes easily . . . shy and quiet. VESPA, AMELIA C. Mill Glee Club '35, '36, '373 Falcon Staff '373 Student Council '35g French Club '36, '373 .Senior Play '37. ' AMBITION: Singer or artist. Outstanding soprano . . . nifty dancer . . . Latin type . . . much artistic and dramatic ability . . . amusing . . . dynamic. Kate AMi3iTioN: Journalist. Objects 'vehemently to "Bear Meat" .... s leeps well in P. D. class . . . hopes to be a current clironicler . . . talkative but aloof. WALBRIDGE, LUCILLE Lucy Glee Club '36g Falcon Staff '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37, Alpha Tri- I-Ii-Y '35, '36, '37. AMBITION: Governess. Charming girl . . . diligent stu- dent . . . amusing friend , . . pilots a Plymouth . . . prefers graduates . . . has a weird laugh. WARNOCK, M. JAMES lim Spokesman Staff '35, French Club '36, '37g Hi-Y '36, '37g Jr. Hi-Y '34, '35g Senior Play '37. AMB1T1oN: To invent an invisif ble chewing gum. "X'Volhe's" yesfman . . . "Stan's" echo . . . sporty dresser . . . fre' quents Albright's . . . inquisitimfe . . . jovial. XWERTZ, NANCY JANE Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Falcon Staff '37g French Club '36, '373 Alpha Trifl-IifY '35, '36, '37g Sen- ior Play '37. AMBITION: Aviatrix and designer, Our all-American girl . . . inten- sive personality . . . lilces to lcrtit . . knows all the popular songs . . movie fan . . . nice dancer. :f32 WILLIAMS, LOIS J. Real Glee Club '36, '37. AMBI1'lONI Music teacher. A sweet tempered red head . . . tallcs 'very rapidly and rather often . . . has an abundance of the cutest freckles . . . very small- would fit well in an Austin. RISHELL, EARL F. Von Glee Club '36, 373 French Club '36, '37, Senior Play '37. Amtamouz Advanced aeronautics. Carries an odorous pipe . . . can take care of himself . . . always out of gas . . . bachelor days are gone forever . . . nonehalant. SHUEY, JOHN ROBERT Flash Football '34, '35, '36g Track '35, '36g French Club '35, '37g Student Patrol '37. AMBITION: To make a million. Gets along well with others . . . newer talks much . . . always tired . . . overwhelming sense of humor . . . fond of track. ROBERTSON, THOMAS Pealzie Glee Club '36, '37. AMBI'1'1oN: To speak French. Talks French like a Dutchman . . . paddles papers . . . likes to hunt . . . always teasin'. . . talks incessantly . . . small and impish. RODGERS, VUILLIAM R. Dirkey Glee Club '37g Basketball '36, Mat Team '35, '363 Track '36. AMBITION: Professional baseball player. Our own Wfill Rodgers . . . basef ball enthusiast . . . reputed sopho- more heart-breaker . . . sports lower . . . black curls. ROMANO, DANIEL G. Danny Football '36, '37g basketball man- ager '36, '37. AMBITION: Professional football player. Famous gridster . . . a silent hero . . . excellent typist . . . plays a defensive game with girls . . . one of our cofcaptains. SHEA, MARJORIE L. Marge Spokesman Staff '37g French Club '35, '36g Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '35, '36, '37. Amurriouz Secretary. Answer to a male's call- "Mamie's". . . always has company . . . smooth dancer . . . attractive and fashionable . . . fun-loiuing. SINGLER, STANLEY Chucky Glee Club '37. Ah'iBITIONZ Major league baseball player. Great football hero-end on the bench and guard of the water bucket . . . sports enthusiast . , . tobacco chewer . . . doesn't like to be photographed . . . bashful. SMITH, ROBERT N. Terrible Football '35, '36, '37. AMun'1oN: A famous poet. A Northwood gangster . . . toe bacco-chewing poet . . . favorite with the junior girls . . . devoted to sports and girls . . . broad- shoultlered . . . thinks he's Tarzan. SMITH, WILKIE R. Smilly Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Band '35, '36, '37g French Club '36, '37g Jr. l-li-Y '35. AMBiTioN: Billiard champion. Hangs out at the HY". . . beats his own time-on a drum . . . knows his cues . . . doesn't speak French, SNYDER, BERTHA MAY Peaches Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Student Council '37g Latin Club '363 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '37g Senior Play '37. AMBrrioN: Nurse. Unique personality . . . prefers Juniata boy friends . . . forever joking . . . fun-loving . . . 'very small . . . poppy. SHELLENBERGER, DOROTHY E. Dot Glee Club '37. AMB1T1oN: Typist. A model study hall student . . . quiet and eomplaisant . . . indiffer- ent to males . . . reserved and un- obtrusive . . . never complains. STINE, GORDON E. Buck Glee Club '36, '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37, AMBmoN: To graduate. Secret admirer of "Marge". . . a modern lack Spratt . . . talks a lot but says little . . . likes to joke . . . pesty. i NEARHOOF, PHYLLIS E. Plaid Glee Club '36, '37. .Miurriomz Sienographer. A model study hall student . . . diligent worker . . . a good listener . . . takes life seriously . . . neat . . . exceptionally quiet. NEIL, RAYMOND Monk Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Spokes- man Stall' '35, '36, '37, Falcon Stall '37, Student Council '36, '37, HifY '37, Jr. Hi-Y '35, Senior Play '37. AMm'i'ioN: Newspaperman or il- lustrator. Current chronicler . . . com- mands an unusual fvocabiilary . . . excellent artistic ability . . . full of amusing mannerisms . NESTLERODE, LEROY C. Pele Falcon Staff '37, Football mana- ger '37, Football '35, Basketball '36, Bisignis Club '36, '37. AMuiTioN: To be a second Frank Buck. An out'standin,tg typist . . . says little to or about girls . . . dri-ifes a "wonder car". . . likes the thrill of the hunt . . , small but husky. NOEL, CHARLES BLAIR Charlie Glee Club '36, '37. Amurrionz Airline pilot. An ardent admirer of the fairer xex . . , rt second Stepin Fetchit . . . won't be rushed . . . has a decided dislike for work . . . genial. PANASITI, JOSEPH J. joe Olee Club '35, '36, '37, Band '35, '36, '37, Orchestra '35, '36, '37, Mat Team '36, French Club '36, '37, l-lifY '36, '37. Atviuiriou: To get into "big time." A talented trumpet tootcr , . . musician in the making . . . home room pest . . . carefree and gar- rulous. PETERS, ANN L. Peat: Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Mat Team '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, 37, Senior Play '37. Aiiumouz It-'s a secret. "Tito nice irls" considers i g . . . . . younger sisters olmoxious . . . pref- erence for "June". . . decided pa- triotism for State . . . proud owner of straight hair and a curly nose . . . undecided. :l:30fI: PORT, THELMA I... Tennie Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Spokes- man Stal? '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37. AMBITION: It's well known. A reason why training rules are broken . . . enjoys a hght because it's fun making up . . . saucy and fastidious . . . witty and talkative . . . "Bless my soul." POWNALL, SARA JOSEPHINE Sis Glee Club '37, Student Council '35, French Club '36, '37, Alpha Tri-l-lifY '35, '36, '37. AMBITIONI To be free. A firm believer in day-dreaming . . . lceeps the postrnan busy . . . artistically inclined . . . prefers college men . . . graceful. REEDER, JOHN jacob Football '33, '34, '35, '36, Basketf ball '34, '35, Track '34, '35, '36, Glee Club '34, Ammriowz To be a "Marconi Lafayette Milton" CM. L. MJ Adherent to parties and fun . . . a treat for junior girls . . . full of athletic abilities . . . grid-famous . . . unperturbed about school. RHOADS, JAMES R. jim Cilee Club '35, '36, '37, Band '35, '36, '37, Orchestra '35, '36, '37, Basketball '36, '37, Mat Team '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, '37, Hi-Y '36, '37, Jr. Hi-Y '35, AMBITION: "Sax" player for a big orchestra. Squire of Dames . . . drives a Vf8 . , . noted French flunlcer . . . nifty tlirnples . RHODES, MARJORIE JANETT Marge Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Student Council '36, French Club '36, '37, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '35, '36, '37. Arviuirionz Music supervisor. Spitfire . . . confident wall: . . . smooth looks . . . musical talent . . . neiuer in one place long . . . domineering . . . loquacious. RICHARDSON, ERNEST E. Ernie Ushers' Club '36, Intramural Sports Manager '37, Tumblers Club '35, French Club '37. AMBITION: To succeed in life. Sport fan . . . likable chap . . . adopted from Altoona . . . makes friends easily . . . industrious . . . congenial . . . noncomrnittal. MERRITTS, ALBERT L. Souls Falcon Staff '37. IAMBITIONZ Your guess is as good as mine. A photo fiend . . . 'very individ- ual in speech . . . slightly in the fog in solid geometry . . . you can't rush him. MICHAELS, LLOYD Mike Glee Club '36, '37. Alv1BITlON2 To sleep till ten o'clock every morning. A "bank-night" habitue . . . tt "copper's" son . . . shoots billiards . . . attracted to girls . . . talks rarely and slowly . . . reads Read- er's Digest. MILES, GERALD L. Gulch Glee Club '36, '37. AMBITIQN: Printer. A grand sport . . . high-in stat- ure . .. never in a hurry . . . overlooks the girls . . . always pleasant . . . willing to help. MILLER, MARY ELIZABETH Betty Glee Club '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, '37, Gamma Tri-Hi-Y '36, '37. IAIMBITIONZ To succeed in all un- dertakings. An indifuidual lass . . . a subur- banite . . . thinks French is un- learnable . . . likes to sleep . . . MILLER, WILLIAM KARL Bill Cvlee Club '36, '37, Track '35, '36, '37. A M B i T 1 o N: Aeronautical engi- neering. Future politician . . . a singer . . . a frequenter of baseball dia- monds . . . rioncommittal about certain subjects . . . haunts Blair Aifenue . . . bashful. MOFFITT, MAX E. Bimbo Cvlee Club '36, '37, Basketball '35, '36, Volley ball '36, French Club '36, '37, Hi-Y '36, '37, jr. Hi-Y '35, Mat Team '36, '37. AMBITIQN: To become rich. A basketball fiend . . . struggling French classmate . . . hunts deer, not clears . . . 2566 ambition-75W ease. MOGLE, JANET E. Mae Spokesman Staff '35, '36, '37, Red Cross '35, '36, '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37, Gamma Tri-I-Ii-Y '36, '37. Amiamonz Successful clerical worker. A "five and ten" employee . . . always having a good time . . . a good candy salesman . . . full of vitality . . . popular. MOORE, HOWARD M. Hawd Glee Club '37, Band '35, '36, '37, Student Patrol '37. Amnmon: Warerboy for I-Iitler's army. A drummer man in "Steigy's" band . . . corner cop . . . big tease . . . seldom quiet except about girl friends . . . forgets to worry. keeps the shekels for Tri- ' .. .. , MYERS, MARJORIE JANE Q Pluto MILLER, E. GUY F Hd Cl?llee3glt3l9.'35, '36, '37, Bisignis G'ee C"'b '37' eg MBITION: Beauty shop operator. AM'3'T"'N'C""'e"g"'ee5' A A tiny tot . . . an interesting Second best sleeper in sol: 'emi , ,qpfcfeyg a j,,m5,-rm bgy gwmeffy Class - - - Small but 0' ' tic . . gets a kick out of lifvin' . . . lacks worries and cares . U . , has ilu ,T gpg,-yang, "Buckey's" neighbor. Q1 MILLER, RI-IODA LORENE Rbodie Glee Club '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, Gamma Tri-l-Ii-Y '36, '37. AMiarr1oN: To travel. Our candidate for Hollywood . . . football players and band members-objects of her affections . . . makes her millions in Mc- Crory's . . . temperamental. :f29j: NAYLOR, GRACE G. Gracie Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Falcon Staff '37, Mat Team '36, '37, Red Cross '35, French Club '36, '37, Gamma Tri-I-li-Y '36, '37. AMBITIONZ To make this book a SUCCESS. Collector of antiques fhatsj . . . one of our busiest members . . . has more than her share of "grey matter". . . knows her "State," LANE, THOMAS j., jr. Tom Falcon Staff '37g Bisignis Club '37, lr. I-li-Y '34, '35. fXMl5I'I'ION1 Ambirionless. A "fem" repeller . . . takes life easy . . . speaks only on rare occa- sions . . . persevering . . . speedy typist. LEWIS, DOROTHY LOUISE W'eizc' Glec Club '35, '36, '37, Bisignis '36, '37. Aisuiiriouz Secretary. Pals with Bette . . . chooses her boy friends from Altoona . . . full of fun . . . well liked . LIENHARDT, JACK ORVILLE Gus Olce Club '36, '37, I-Ii-Y '37, jr. Hi-Y '35, Senior Play '37. Amnrrionz Engineer. One of our taller members . . . a smooth dancer . . . an all-arouml swell kill . . . stuilious-while in school . . . likes ice skating. LLOYD, BETTE Mop Top Olec Club '35, '36, '37g Bisignis Club '36, '37. Asiurriouz Secretary. Good. sport . . . fussy about boy friends . . . always jokin'. . . loads of fun poppy good-looking. LONG, PAUL B. Harp Glee Club '37, Basketball '35, '36 AMm'1'ioN: Football coach. Too busy to sleep at night but then there are always classes . . . newer in a hurry . . . lillgux clancing . . undecided about "the" girl. LOUGHREY, JANE Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Falcon Staff '37g Student Council '35, Latin Club '36: French Club '37, Alpha Tri-l'li-Y '35, '36, '37g Sen- ior Play '37. AMiu'rioN: It just depends. A fasltionalule lass . . . a gooil student . . . always on the go . . . ei'erylvody's friend . . . fond of dancing . . . ri. good-time addict. fzs ..fe'., LY S, WILLI . Pint asketbally '3 ,' ' 3 Mat 'lgga '34, '35, Tr 5, Hi-Y ' 7-4 AILQWION ch. A genera p st 1 as plenty of ' ep, vim, an gor . . . lots I I leisnref 'me .Vhis wo 1565 a'l5'Jf 1l'.'!A3LCl'll .,. .'.DDl57Y,1klCPS3 - 6, . . . dan s wen lft not"' ften . . . a char g forward. LYNN, MARION LOUISE Cvlee Club '35, '36, '37, Falcon Staff '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37. AMBITION: Srenographer. Efverybodyk pal . . . full of jokes . . . prefers soldiers . . . is always losing her cares . . . possesses an abnntlance of zest . . . likable. LYONS, OLIVE JEAN Mae Glee Club '36, '37, French Club '36, '37. AMBITION: Secretary. A conscientious worker . . . cor- onet braicls . . . pretty eyes . . . has a weakness for student teach- ers-male . . . quick-tempered . . . chatty. MAGILL, MARJORIE JANE Ma1'ge Glee Club '36, '37. AMBITION: Nurse. Football fan . . . unique chuckle . . . fond of jokes . . . partial to Juniata , . . petite. MARTHOUSE, JOSEPHINE R. fo Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Latin Club '36, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '37. AMBITION: To tour the world. A miniature miss . . . Lil7lvy's buddy . . . a good listener . . . has the cutest giggle . . . sweet and simple . . . shy. MATTHEWS, BERNARD F. Benny Glee Club '36, '37: Spokesman Staff '35, '36, '373 Student Council '36, '37, French Club '36, I-Ii-Y '36, '37g jr. I-Ii-Y '34, '35. AMBITION: Newspaperman. The little big chief fSpokesmanJ . . . a music lower . . . skips the girls . . . forever punning . , . strums a guitar well. N HOFFMAN, JOHN S. Ducky Ameirioxz Undertaker. Aspires to Sir Malcolm Camp- bell . . . lor-'es his fellow men- and women . . . Scotty's pal . . . backward days are gone forever . . . talkative. KASPICK, JOHN ALBERT AMis11'ioN: Aviator. A football and baseball fan . . . likes to swim . . . aspires to the heiglirs . . . small . . . nervous. HOSBAND, FORREST Smoky French Club '35, '36, '37. AMBITION: Chemist. A hartl-working student . . . baseball and football fan . . . "fem" repeller . . . serious . . . long and lanky. HOSTLER, MAR-IORIE CATHRINE Rink AMBITION: To travel. Not always quiet in home room . . wears a cheery smile . . . red- dish hair . . . a tiny tot. JOHNSON, FAYE XVILSON Glee Club '36. Ammrionz Tutor. A dancing lohnson . . .diary- keeping maid . . . dependable for algebra . . . a distinctiiie laugh . . . sophisticated. JOHNSONBAUGH, WILMER fobusie Glee Club '36, '37g Football '36g Track '36. Amixrrionz Show card letterer. Quite a horseshoe pitcher . . . ercellent penman . . . a certain senior's secret admirer . . . seldom expresses his opinion . artistic . . . large brown eyes. Cbesly KEEPER, ELIZABETH P. Belly Glee Club '37. Ammriorc: School teacher. ls fond of swimming . . . seldom smiles . . . giggles in study halls . . . comparatively quiet . . . shy- at times. KENNEDY, ARTHUR Svow J. V. Basketball '35, HifY '37. AMUITIUN: Aviator. Chauffeur of a Chrysler . . . flashes a loc E. Brown smile , . . forgets to worry . . . reaches the heights in stature . . . lofty-in ambition . . . naturally curly hair. KEPPLER, ROBERT CHARLES Kook Glee Club '36, '37g Football manager '34, '35, '36g Basketball manager '34, '35, '36g Hi-Y '36, '37. AN1BlT'l0N2 Bachelor. Teachers' pest . . . trouble-maker . . . fond of athletics . . . appears to be a ladies' man . . . travels with "Zim". . . easy-going. KERLIN, GERTRUDE AMANDA Gertie Glee Club '35, '36, '37g French Club '36, '37g Gamma Tri-Hi-Y '36, '375 Senior Play '37. AMBITION: Music teacher. A glee clnb stand by . . . staunch supporter of verbal expression . . . goes places in a Chevy . . . tor- ments the piano . . . dance-lowing . . . lively. KILMARTIN, ROBERT E. Kilie Hi-Y '37. Ammrioxz To grow more. A friend to all . . . nice kid . . . English plus a wee bit of Irish . . . nonchalant walk . . . frowns at courtship , . . straight and tall. :f27:I KRIEGER, CAROLYN PEARL Clrrlie Gamma Tri-Hi-Y '36, '37. AMB1T1oN: To graduate. Erwiable locks . . . takes life sera ously . . . short in stature . . quiet and amiable . . . fastidious. FROMM, FLORENCE ELLA Frommy Glee Clulw '35, '36, '37. Ambition: Private secretary. Concocts the weirdest noises . . . radiates fun . . . -1-'ery blonde . . . cle-ver . . . dimiruatifue. GARTNER, LOUISE H. Tucker Glce Club '35, '36, '37, Student Council '37. Amumonz Teacher. Secret ambition-to become a Mrs .... has dancing feet . . . never quiet and still . . . seldom serious . . . owns a distinctive giggle. GATES, MAI-ILON EUGENE la In . Track '35, '36, French Club '36, '37, lrli-Y '36, '37, lr. l-li-Y '34, '35, Valley ball '36, Senior Play '37, President of Senior Class '37. Amisirionc West Point. An "A" student . . . outstanding Lraclcrnan . . . smooth dancer . . . passes the "daily clisturlrern . . . spends leisure time with Alice . inquisitive. GETZ, MILTON DALE Stag Falcon Stall '37, Latin Club '36, Hi-Y '36, '37, lr. Hi-Y '35. Amiinion: To study art. A clefver artist . . . skirt spnrner . . . generally reserved . . . Husky- fifoiced . . . conscientious. GLENN, BETTY Betts Olee Club '35, '36, '37, Mat Team '35, '36, Red Cross '36, '37, Library Staff '35, '36, Bisignis Club '36, '37, Gamma Tri-l-li-Y '36, '37, AMBITION: Secretary. "l3eechni.4t" chewer . . . compe- tent blusher . . . Miss Kloss's as- sistant .. . clever dancer .. . "l.Vish l were in State." GONDOLFO, ANTHONY Track '36, Amumoisz To graduate. Handball champion . . . lacking in worries and cares . . . has a pleasant smile . . . "My lcingtlom for a diploma." f fl' 'M-2.62-d.,q,: :l:261 GOSS, RUTH LORETTA Gossie Cvlee Club '35, '36, '37, Spokes- man Staff '37, Student Council '35. Amnrrionz To be a second jean Janice. A 'veritable blues singer . . . has 'varied interests in Philipslmrg . . . 'voice-sweet and low . . . forgets to worry. GRAZIER, BETTY LOUISE Belly Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Spokes- man Staff '37, Bisignis Club '36. Ammrionz Pianist. A worker . . . no more like her . . . has a sweet disposition . . . reticent . . . pensive. GUTTSHALL, SARA JANE Sally Glee Club '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, 'Senior Play '37, Gamma Tri-I-li-Y '36, '37. AMBITIONZ School teacher. Our youngest classmate . . . curls and dimples . . . exceedingly quiet . . . stately . . . demure. HAGEN, FRANKLIN D. Scotty Olee Club '35, '37. Amnrrionz Linotypist. Cuts a pretty jigure on the ice- also on the dance floor . . . keeps his affairs secret . . . has a way with girls . . . flashes an infectious smile . . . "l..et's go to Bellwood." HAMILTON, ELVA LEANORE Glee Club '37. Amurrionz Musician. Exceptionally quiet . . . always serious . . . domestically inclined . . . likes piano . . . shy and indi- fvidual. HARRIS, GORDON STANLEY Student Council '35, '36, '37, Latin Club '36, Hi-Y '37, lr. I-li-Y '34, '35, Senior Play '37. AMBITION: To be happily mar- tied. Likes airplanes . . . carries a lunch pail . , . philosophical . . . droll . . . glib . . . egotistical . . . a scholar . . . slick hair comb. COOK, ELLEN LOUISE Cookie Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Latin Club '36, '37g Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '36, '37. AMBITION: To be called my right name. A spitfre. .. "no lilca de banan" . . slender and blonde . . . silent about boy friends . . . partial to Bellefonte. DIEHL, KATHRYN JANE Katy Bisignis Club '36, '37. .AMBITIONZ Aviatrix. Lofty-in ambition piano . . . a home lover . . . hard worker . . . attracted COX, ANNA JANE A. J. Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Latin Club '36g French Club '36, Alpha Tri-l-Ii-Y '35, '36, '37, Senior Play '37. Auurrtouz Primary teacher. Coin collector . . . .lane's buddy , . . sunny disposition . . . nimble feet . . . has a natural permanent. CUNNINGI-IAM, HELEN SMITH Glee Club '35, '36, '375 Latin Club '36, '37, Alpha Tri-I-li-Y '36, '37. Amnmouz To grow taller. lust a little girl . . . lilies music . , . wears an innocent expression . . . has ti contagious giggle. DELOZIER, MARY ELIZABETH Libby Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Latin Club '36g French Club '36g Alpha Zlgrli-l-li-Y '35, '36, '37, Senior Play AMBITION: Musical career. Gives the class its share of dig- nity . . . tall and regal . . . amica- ble . . . sedate . . . musical . . . dreamy. DI MEMMO, ALBERT N. Buck AMBITION: Golfer. ltlaunts the local linlcs , . . "Caddy, rnister?". . . very quiet . . . always pleasant. . . . plays a to boys. :f25 DUFF, WILLIAM R. Bill Cvlee Club '36, '37g Spokesman Stall '37g Red Cross '35g Bisignis Club '36, '37. AMnmoN: Millionaire. Ladies' man . . . foot-loose and fancy-free . . . loqiiacious . . . slightly small . . . capable typist. ECKERT, MARJORIE LOUISE Marge Glee Club '35, '36, '37g French Club '36, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y '35, '36, '37g Senior Play '37. AMB1T1oN: Nurse or teacher. Nifty'n nice . . . gentlemen, tlon't crowd! . . . give her a swing song and let her dance . . . light- hearted . . . gay. FAUST, BYRON C. Glee Club '36, '37. AMBITION: To graduate. Thinks girls are unnecessary , . . says 'very little . . . talks like a Russian Cin tl. bass tfoicej . . . air- plane enthusiast. FINK, J. LESLIE Les Glee Club '36, '37, Student Council '37g French Club '37g Hi-Y '37g Jr. Hi-Y '35, AMBITION: Architect. Struggling chemist . . . quiet and conservative . . . inclinetl to be in a fog in French class . . . artistic. FISHER, JOHN H. AMBITION: Machinist. Smokes an aromatic pipe . . . keeps his ideas well guarded . . . pilots Cl Plymouth . . . Robert Tay- lor type. FOWLER, FRED E. Duckey 3 Student Council '37g Mat Team ' 6. AMl3l'fl47NZ Author. Miss Eble's right hand man . . . "Fred, ejfacez le tableau". . . not too quiet anywhere . . . blushes easily . . . not so big. ' i of 1 ,J 'iw il' hi' jj ll' i X ' i' J' I 'N M '. lieye .L oesn'tf'want.anyth'hg l rsavbi, onulr. ' i A E .I . at .N ' A v xrienat-rhi fume. .rl it .xi wr I. r A2 ,i jail xl? I1 I XX J j " If A If ', 3 yi l HIGGINS, AGNES LU CILLE French Club '35, '36, Alpha Tri- Hi-Y '37. Aium1ioN: Nurse. Camps at Spruce Creek . . . dance and party addict . . . full of fun . . . always smiling . . . some- times quiet and sometimes not. BLACK, ROBERT LEE Bob Glee Club '36, '37g Falcon Staff '37g Student Council '35, '36, Cheerleading '36, '37g Mat Team '36, '37, French Club '36, '37, Hi-Y '36, '37g jr. Hi-Y '35. AMUITIONZ To see Tyrone beat Altoona. Eagle scout . . . peppy cheer- leader . . . snappy blue eyes and flashy smile . . . fun-lofuing . . . has a husky voice. BONSELL, RALPH FRANK Pumly Glee Club '37. Amurnouz Mechanic. Book carrier for a certain sopho- more . . . pilots a Ford . . . carefree . . . small . . . black hair and sparkling teeth. BORMAN, BEATRICE PEARL Bebe Spokesman Staff '37g Mat Team '35, '36, '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37. Aiuniriou: Nurse. Katy's pal . . . attracted to males . . . domestically inclined . . . thorough . . . chubby . . . sports- fan. BRATTON, ANNA BERNADINE Bernie Spokesman Stall '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37. .AMIKITIONZ Private secretary. One of the Spruce Creek gang . . . grey-eyed . . . likes to chatter . . . amiable always . . . secret pas- sion is J. F. BRIDENBAUGH, JANE E. Belly Glee Club '35, '36, '37g Latin Club '36, '373 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y n1'1 .fl- AMBITION: To avoid all automo- bile accidents. -Chaujjfeurette of an Oldsmobile . . . adherent to "Boots" . . . kitten on the keys . BRISBIN, FRANCIS B. Booz: Glee Club '35, '36, '37. Amarriowz Aviator, Hikes to Bridenbau.gh's . . . a disciple of Lindbergh . . . quiet . . . headstrong . . . ambitious . . . struggles with the intricacies of dancing. BURKETT, VERA Kete Cvlee Club '36, 37. AMnn'ioN: Secretary. Has the fatal blonde and blue combination . . . individual . . . agreeable . . . composed . . . one of twins. CHARLES, ROBERT JUDSON Ind Glee Club '36, '37g Spokesman Staff '36, '379 Volley ball '36, Track '34, '35, '36, Student Patrol '36, '37, Bisignis Club '35, '36, '37, Hi-Y '35, '36, '37. AMBITION: Bachelor. Self-styled woman hater . . . deep-voiced . . . looks sober . . . Barney's pal. CLARK, JOHN JAMES, Jr. jack Olee Club '35, '36, '37g Volley ball '36, '37g Mat Team '36, '37, Student Patrol '37, Cheerleading '35, '36, '37g French Club '36, '373 Senior Play '37g Basketball '37. AMBFFIONZ To be a success in life. Viaacious cheerleader ' oes 1 1 . . . g by in a Ford . . . Boy Scout . . . slams books, doors, feet, etc . N :IIZ4-J CLITES, ROBERT Bob Glee Club '37. AMBITION: Major league baseball player. Diamond enthusiast Cbaseballl . . . Apallo's personijication . . . black curly hair . . . easy-going . . . flashes a grand smile. ADAMS, PAULINE ELIZABETH Polly Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Spokes- man Staff '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37, Gamma Tri-I-Ii-Y '36, '37. Amtsmouz Advanced secretary. Self-styled . . . unobtrusifue . . . uses words sparingly . . . likes chewing gum . . . priss and prim. ANDREXVS, MAX ORLANDO Andy Latin Club '36, lr. I-Ii-Y '34-. Asttsmouz Photographer. Immune to "ferns", . . subject to blushcs . . . amiable . . . a good student . . . well-liked . . . excel- lent basketball player. BAILEY, THEDA GAIL Glee Club '37, Mat Team '36. AMBITIUN: Secretary. A commuter . . . blonde and blue-eyed . . . seldom heard . . . home-loving . , . soccer player. BALDRIGE, HOWARD W. Buckey Glee Club '36, '37, Falcon Staff '37, Mat Team '36, '37, Red Cross '35, '36, Debating '35, Cheerleading '35, '36, '37, French Club '36, Hi-Y '37, Jr. I-Ii-Y '34, '35. Awsmouz Lawyer. Talking is his business . . . cap- tains the cheerleaders . . . compe- tent . . . enliwening . . . big noise. BARNER, GEORGE MAYNARD Barney Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Student Council '36, Bisignis Club '35, '36, '3 . AMBITION: Model husband. Good-natured grin . . . happy-gm lucky . . . seldom serious . . . first class entertainer . . . enjoys parties and girls. BARRETT, DONALD Duck Football '35, '36, '37, Mat Team '36, Hi-Y '36, '37. Awamouz To get bigger. A pigskin toter . . . Napoleotfs size . . . can be noisy or quiet . . . wears a German haircut . . . a co- captain of the team . . . I-Ielen's shadow. L2 BAUER, MARY LOUISE Marne Glee Club '37, Red Cross '37, French Club '36, '37, Alpha Tri- Hi-Y '35, '36, '37. Amnmouz To own a chewing gum factory. Excessive talker . . . is lost with- out chewing gum . . . inquisitive . . . pleasant disposition . . . likes dancing. BAUGHMAN, MELVIN AMBITIUN: Hunter. Chauffeurs a Chevy . . . takes to the woods in hunting season . . . knows more than he'll tell about a certain sophomore . . . reserved. BEAM, LOIS V. Bim Glee Club '36, '37, Latin Club '36. AMBITION: To go around the world. A Dairy Store cowgirl . . . Spruce Creek camper . . . genial . . . pas- try-loifing . . . impish . . . "I'm campusedf' BEYER, FREDERICK MONROE Fred Glee Club '35, '36, 37, Spokes- man Staff '37, Bisignis Club '36, '37. Amtsmouz Accountant or typist. Good typist . . . more serious than some . . . capable . . . com- pltiisant . . . book-worm. BEYER, GEORGE LEIDY Glec Club '37, Falcon Staff '37, Latin Club '36, Hi-Y '37, lr. Hi-Y '35. AMBITIUN: Chemist. Aspires to be a second Einstein . . . teases the girls . . . loquacious . . mechanically inclined. BEYER, ROBERTS K. Bob Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Basket- ball '35, Mat Team '34, '35. AMBITION: Newspaperman. A song and dance man . . . at- tracted by the fairer sex . . . "Wolfie's" right hand tenor . . . suave. Svrhnnl Reign School days, school days, Dear old golden rule days, Readin', and 'ritin, and 'rithmetic, Taught to the tune of a hick'ry stick, You were my queen in calico, I was your bashful barefoot beau, And you wrote on my slate, "I love you, 1oe" When we were a couple of kids. Photography by Bey CLASSWARD BOUND :f22j: 9 QQ I' Q9 I QS 'B 05 X L5 ggi? 52 Kgyavp Ks Q30- GPH' Entg PICNIC TIME pg pl y by L D ff 1181: LUNCH TIME Name BARRETT, JEAN BLOOM, ROBERT L. BOWMAN, HELEN G. CORNMESSER, MARY COUCH, VERA CRAWFORD, DOROTHY D. DANIELS, JESSE EBLE, MARIE FLECK, HAROLD GOVE, DOROTHY GRAFIUS, MARY JULIA HEISS, RENETTA F. HEMMINGER, GAIL HIXON, N. GRANT JOHNSTON, WILBUR KAVEL, GEORGE KESSLER, RUTH KING, RUTH KLoss, ELIZABETH KURTZ, MARJORIE LAPORTE, KARL E. LATSHAW, HAZEI. LUCAS, NANCY JANE MACDOWELI., SAIR MILLER, WARREN ESHELMAN MOORE, MINNIE MYERS, MARIE PIPER, MARGARET SHAFFER, DONALD W. SHOLLENBERGER, CARL SMlTH, LELIA SNYDER, CLEADETH V. STEIGERWALT, STANLEY STEWART, NADINE STONEBRAKER, MERLE WEBB, NEVA WILSON, LILLIAN WOLFGANG, RALPH Ellarulig Subjects Taught Music Geography English Geography Librarian History, English, Industrial Arts French, English Mathematics, Music Art History Bookkeeping, Typing, General Mathematics Bookkeeping, Typing Mathematics Secretary to Superintendent Arithmetic, Athletic Coach Home Economics Mathematics School Nurse Latin History English General Science English Junior Business Training English English Civics, History English Physical Education Secretary to Principal Civics, History Chemistry, Physics Physical Education History, Assistant Athletic C Shorthand, Typing Biology Sociology, Economics :f17J: oach Home Address Brookville, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Huntingdon, Pa. Bellwood, Pa. Vanclergrift, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Middletown, Ohio Martinsburg, Pa. Altoona, Pa. Greencastle, Pa. Huntingdon, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Irwin, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Muncy, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Warriors Mark, Pa Tyrone, Pa. Martinsburg, Pa. Philipsburg, Pa. Greenfield Ohio Lancaster, Pa. New Holland, Pa. Newport, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Mercersburg, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Plainfield, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Birmingham, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. Lewisburg, Ky. Tyrone, Pa. Tyrone, Pa. I' 'hr Euan Qllvfwffy ,- f Bloom, Robert Daniels, jessia Says he can whistle but Celery is his favorite inf he's strictly an amateurg strumentg prefers anti-static "Let's eat" are the words radio programsg fond of with most melody for him. operas. Fleck, Harold N. Grant Johnston, Wilbur Kavel, George C. "Hard Times Come Again rbi? a radio wellg sings Strums a ukelele and Retains traces of the "rof No More" is his old favoriteg ff ndiay Love Call" when sings: plays the Lucky-Strike mantic fa l l a c y"-s i n g s whistles and sings and plays, Qqsqoniancingfpoor wifeyj. Sweepstakesg likes piano. "When Did You Leave many' things, l-leavenng Freddie Martin leads his favorite band. La Porte, Karl Miller, Warren E. Shaffer, Donald W. Favors the stately "Rus- P l a y s Tschaikowsky's Wlhistles, but cloesn't singg sian l-lymn"g plays a shoe- musicg Ted Fiorito and ,lack favors Beethoven as a com- horng we wonder why Kath- Benny tie for First place as poserg enjoys symphony or' leen is his favorite word? his radio favorites. chestras. X ,i . , Xi' Y l XX 4 N , Y Snyder, Cleadcth V. His favorite love song is "Empty Saddles"-love of what? likes grand opera fonce in a whilej. pg , K . Steigerwalt, Stanley Can play enough instruf TDEIIIS to be an orchestrag prefers Wagner's operasg likes to say tetraethlyben- zene for its pleasing sound. If Stonebraker, Merle Selects a modern compos- er as his favorite-Irving Berling once sang in a choirg "Silver Threads Among the Gold" is his old favorite. 161: Loyally supports Pennsylvaniansg l i k e s to canltg for barber sing, but shop harmony chooses "The Old Oaken Bucket." Wolfgang, Ralph Besides all his other ac- complishments, "W ol f i e" plays a pianog chooses a cur- rent word for its pleasing sound-it's moratorium. Kloss, Elizabeth Thinks our most mu- sical word is "ah"-as a n u rse, she would: "Home Sweet Home" is her old favorite. Mac Dowell, Sair M i s s Mac Dowell says that it isn't safe for her to tell her old favor- orite song in this age of sophisticationg forgets her Alma Mater since they fade from the memory as do people. Smith, Lelia "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" takes first place in her list of love songsg once sang in a choir, but the choir master was deaf. X J Kurtz, Whistle!a of tunelesslyg selects "I Would Be True" and "Crossing the Bar" as favorite hymns. Moore, Minnie Drummecl a piano once upon a timeg likes any good symphony or- chestra: prefers Strauss's music, for it does help one to relax. Stewart, Nadine Goes poetical on us and chooses onomato- poeia as the most musi- cal wordg likes to go to church when they sing "Lest We Forgetf' fl P '1'Pl1lP Gllvf 15 Latshaw, Hazel Chooses sweet and simple rnusicg Edward Mac Hugh is her favor- ite radio starg Beetho- ven takes first honors as composer. - Myers, Marie Regretfully a d m i t s that she can't even whistle Well enough to call a dogg has success- fully manipulated a jew's harp. Webb, Neva Plays a piano-also a typewriterg chooses the pipe organ for her fav- orite instrumentg likes to sing. J: Lucas, Nancy jane Likes to sing if others can take itg "Give Me My Boots and Saddle" is her favorite cowboy ballad. Piper, Margaret Has at one time or another played almost all trick instrumentsg has no favorite compos- er-just loves them all. Wilson, Lillian Likes all grand operasg sang in a choir once upon a timeg plays a mouth organ and whistles. Barrett, Jean Plays a long list of in- struments but prefers the pianog favors sym- phony orchestrasg wields a baton capably. Crawford, Dorothy D. Strauss is her favorite composerg a W a yn e King dcvoteeg Nelson Eddy also ranks high in her esteem. Hciss, Renetta F. A Nelson Eddy fang likes operas but prefers them lightg sings Cfor her own enjoymentj. A lf Ihr Elrvhlv Gllvf instru- a but says . 'ie can't. Eble, Marie Decidedly does not whistleg sings "Let Me Call You Sweetlieartn when in a romantic mood. Hemminger, Gail Has a rich alto voiceg Schubert and john Charles Thomas re- ceive her votes for her respective favorite com. poser and singer. Il 141 -'WK Cornmesser, Mary Plays a pianog whis- tles Ca littlejg Wayne King and Wagner are her favorite musicians. l i Gove, Dorothy lnsists that she plays a hazookag does not like operag can't whistle. Kessler, Ruth Experimentecl with saw-playingg likes Vien- nese music ancl sym- phony orchestras. Couch, Vera Chooses orchidace- ous as our most musical wordg selects Rigoletto as her favorite operag likes to sing. Gtafius, Mary Julia Loves all love songsg her ambition is to whis- tleg expert mouth-on ganist. King, Ruth "Barnacle Bill" is her favorite songg prefers Wayne King's orches- tra fmaybe it's family loyaltyb. WILLIS W. EISENHART Superintendent of Schools F. 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