Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1938
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Where a miraculous sun ascends,
Whose flight has hovered above that feast
The lion makes, with lesser friends.
Whose scinzitar wings through darkness break,
Through icy cold and gold of dawn
To slant across a Iilied lake
And sheathe upon a lilac lawn,-
Proud flier, I can read aright
The bleak, keen brightness in your eyes,
Though cruel wings hunt down the height,
Curved talons track the cruel skies.
Buzzard and vulture linger low
To tear rnan's heart, but higher, higher
Into a zenith light you go
Unguessed of kite or lammergeierg
And here, upon my shoulder set,
Unhooded, freer than aught that flies,
You bring the heavens' star-spangled net
Trailed from your beak to blind my eyes,
So only since your pride is mine,
Your love of all things wild and fleet,
With GOLDEN and with PURPLE twine
I tie these bells about your feet.
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I know a falcon swift and peerless
As e'er was cradled in the pineg
N o bird had ever eye so fearless,
Or wing so strong as this of mine.
The winds not better love to pilot
A cloud with molten gold o'errun,
Than him, a little burning islet,
A star above the coming sun.
For with a lark's heart he doth tower,
By a glorious upward instinct drawng
N 0 bee nestles deeper in the flower
Than he in the bursting rose of dawn.
No harmless dove, no bird that singeth,
Shudders to see him overhead g
The rush of his fierce swooping bringeth
To innocent hearts no thrill of dread.
Let fraud and wrong and baseness shiver,
For still between them and the sky
The FALCON TRUTH hangs poised forever
And marks them with his vengeful eye.
-JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
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To the Golden Eagles and their falconer, Mr.
Kavel, the class of '38 respectfully cledicates its
annual as a token of appreciation of the honor
conferred upon the class by the Eagles in winning
the Center County Conference Championship.
It will surprise many to learn that the art of falconry, or
hawking, goes back to the remote and unwritten past. We have
many proofs of this in the frescoes and sculptures of the early
Egyptians and Persians. And in all the time that has passed
since that early day there has never been a total lapse of the art 5
falconry has in every age been carried on in some part of the
Ancient history is eloquent with the influence of the noble
sport of hawking, the history of medieval Europe is richly col-
ored with it, sixteenth and seventeenth century literature fairly
abounds in passages concerning it, and the language of the day
was so tinctured with the jargon of the hawkers that it is fair
to conclude that, before men had knowledge of gun-powder and
the fowling- piece, hawking was such a general practice as to be
the principal means of obtaining wild game.
At Flodden Field, gold carpeted for the meet-
ing of French and English Kings, a falconry
tournament was the high point of royal enter-
tainment, and kings vied with each other in
demonstrating the speed and obedience of their
Within the last twenty years there had been a great renascence
of amateur falconry among the English, and some rather suc-
cessful attempts have been made in America, particularly in the
Genesee Valley, New York.
Probably soon the bronze music of the falcons'
bells will be heard in the United States as Amer-
ican sportsmen and sportswomen train these sav-
age birds in the aristocratic practice of taking
game without firearms.
CLARK P. SKELLY
mgraphy by Cuppef
WILLIS W. EISENHART
Ulgrnnv Svrhunl Enarh
Name Term of Service
DR. F. C. FARRAND CPresent presidentl .... ........ 1 7 years
MR. R. A. MILLER fPresent secretaryl ..... ...,. 1 5 years
MRs. E. S. HOOKER fRetiring memberj .... ..... 1 2 years
MR A. V. VANNEMAN ...........,...... ..... 1 O years
MR. J. F. SMITH ...... IO years
MR. F. E. BARR ........ 9 years
MR LUTHER WOOMER .... Z years
MR. H. N. GLASS ....... 1 year
Barr Farrand Vanneman Smith Glass
Miller Woomer Hooker
Tlmxu snared: Fleck Lnrshnw Eckert
First mu' xulmiirlgz Snyder Kloss Crawford Stewart
Scrum! row smmling: Couch Hcmminger XVolfgang Cornmessel
Igrnnv High Srhnnl
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Myers Steigerwalt Bowman Billingsley Stonelwraker Barret Kavel
Miller Kurtz Eble Hixson Grafius Shaffer M:1cDowell Daniels Moore
Bloom Wilsrwn Lucas Piper LaI'orre Savage Heiss
BLOOM, ROBERT L.
BOWMAN, HELEN G.
CRAWFORD, DOROTHY D.
GRAFIUS, MARY JULIA
HEISS, RENETTA F.
HIXSON, N. GRANT
Bloom, Robert L.
Bowman, Helen G.
Grafius, Mary Julia
Heiss, Renetta F.
Hixson, N. Grant
Grove City, Pa.
West Chester State Teachers College
New York University
Grove City College
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Indiana State Teachers College
Pennsylvania State College
Pennsylvania State College
New York University
University of Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania State College
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Extra Curricular Activities
Directing Girls' Glee Clubs
Assisting Bisignis Club
Directing intramural sports
Coaching Junior Varsity basketball
Directing Spokesman Staff
Acting as business manager for all drama-
tic productions. Serving as dean for eighth
Directing Freshman Play. Advising Tri-Hi-Y
Directing French Club
Assisting in coaching Junior Varsity football
Directing orchestra. Assisting with band.
Directing Boys' Glee Club. Counseling Hi-Y
Directing Art Club. Assisting with Falcon.
Acting clean for sophomore class.
Assisting dean of sophomore class
Assisting Bisignis Club
Advising Bisignis Club
Directing school bank
Cheerleading. Acting dean for junior class.
Coaching athletes ffootball and basketball!
Directing Red Cross
LA PORTE, KARL E.
LUCAS, NANCY JANE
MAC DOWELL, SAIR
MILLER, WARREN E.
MooRE, MINNIE R.
SI-IAEEER, DONALD W.
SNYDER, CLEADETI-I V.
LaPorte, Karl E. B.S-
Latshaw, Hazel A.B.
Lucas, Nancy Jane A.B.
MacDowell, Sair A.B.
Miller, Warren E. B.S.
Moore, Minnie R. A.B.
Myers, Marie B.S.
Piper, Margaret A.B.
Savage, Grace B.S.
Shaffer, Donald W. B.S.
Shollenberger, Carl A.B.
Snyder, Cleadeth V. A.B.
Steigerwalt, Stanley B.S.
Stewart, Nadine A.B.
Stonebraker, Merle B.S.
Wilson, Lillian A.B.
Wolfgang, Ralph A.B.
Warriors Mark, Pa.
New Holland, Pa.
Hamot Hospital, Erie
Franklin and Marshall College
Pennsylvania State College
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Pennsylvania State College
Shippensburg State Teachers College
Extra Curricular Activities
Coaching Junior Varsity football
Jr. Business Training
Coaching debaters. Acting dean for fresh
Directing Senior Play
Coaching forensic aspirants
Advising Hi-Y. Assisting with Falcon.
Assisting with Freshman Play.
Directing Falcon activities. Assisting with
Assisting with Freshman Play
Assisting with Commencement Program
Directing intramural sports
Coaching Track Team
Acting as manager of athletics
Coaching Track Team
Acting dean for senior class. Directing
School Band. Serving as Hi-Y adviser.
Directing girls' intramural sports.
Assisting Athletic Coach
Directing Science Club
Directing Boys' Glee Club. Directing Com-
Of the hundreds of lzinds of hawks, only eertain ones possess the eoinhina-
tion of qualities neeessary for the beautiful and rolnantie sport of faleonry. A
hawlz. rnust he at onee kind and fierce, it must be able to stand the Change of
eliinate of its owner's Country, it nznst be strong enough and swift enough to
orertalze and strilze down its quarry, and intelligent enough to be able to unlearn
inueh of its native lzinowledge. These qualities are possessed by only about a
dozen species, belonging to two groups or genera-the true faleons, of the genus
Faleo, or long-winged hawles, and the short-winged group of forest-hawks
known as "Aeeipiters."
The peregrine is the only faleon proper found all over the world. There is
no other bird with sueh a cosmopolitan range. It is found on both sides of the
Equator, throughout the entire world, nearly to the Aretie and Antarctic' eireles.
It is natural, then, that this should be the falcon of faleons and known to all
ages of nzan as a traetable and capable help in his search for food, for faleonry
was at first a Very praetieal and eeen sordid pursuit, only later-nzueh later-
lzeeoining the sport of the privileged classes.
According to tbe "Boke of St. Albans," publisloerl about 1486, tbe kinds of
bawlzs apparently used by tbe various elements in Englisb society are given as
Emperor so,s .e ,oo,o,,s, as ,S ,os,,s,s,....s,ss7,..,,,.ss,s....A.,s Eagle
King S oee.oe. ,.,....s . Gerfaleon and tiercel of gerfalcon
Prince o,.oo, on,.7o7,s F aleon gentle ana' fiercil gentle
Duke ,eeee.. ,ee,e Y ee,ee,e A e,ee.e.ee,ee,e. . e.,,eeR0ck falcon
Erle e,ee,e ,e S .,,,..,,ee,..,,. S ..,,..... Peregrine
Baron v,ee.ee,ee v,.,ee,.e e ,,..,ev,.,.. . Bastark
Knigbt e,e,,e,, ,,,.. ,e,,e , S acre and saeret
Squire eee,,. . , e... e,,e L anare and lanret
Lady ,e,,e , e..e,,, ,, ,.,,e,, ,,e,,,, M ezlyon fMerlinj
Young Man eeeeee A e.e.ee,e .....,ev,...eeee,, eee. H 0 bby
Yeo man ,e,.,e,, .,,e,.,A,..,,.,, G osba-wk
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Priest eee,,,e,,e,ee,.. ., .,ee,e. ,e.. , e.e,e,,,Ae,.e,ee,ee,.., S parrowbawk
Holywater Clerk S. ,..,e, ..,ee,ee,. . .e.e,ee,e.,...,.,e,...,e e , Muskayte
-Louis AGASSIZ FUERTES
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Ours is a school to love,
Loyal by her we'll stand
Mountains tower over her,
Solemn and grand,
Long may they reign above,
Those Alleghenies fair,
May they ever shelter thee,
Dear, old Tyrone High!
When we grow old and gray
Mem'ries will linger stillg
Happy hours we've spent with thee
Their mission shall fulfill,
Life will be sweet and fair,
joy will awake anew,
May we ever faithful be,
Dear Alma Mater true! r
Two nanzes have grown up beside each other in our
language. "Hawk," was the Anglo Saxon name for
Ihr- aerial pirate fhaf terrorized the poulfry yard,
while a "Falcon" was this same bird, trained, hooded,
and perehed on the mailed glove of a Norman
Knight. Despite this dijerenee in terminology, the
fwo birds are the same creature, with the same mag-
nijieenf eourage, the same commanding eyes, and fhe
same razor falons. A Iruly noble bird.
Upper Group-Sewing Class
Luwur Group-Manual Training Class
Photography by Cupper
AURAlNlD, MARIE GLADYS
Ulee Club '36, '37, '38, French Club '37,
My, hut we wish we till coulil he
As sweet limi clreerfiil its Marie!
BARR, RICHARD E. Difk
Glue Club '38, Spokesman Stuff '36,
Football '36, '37, '38, l31lI1Ll '36, '37, '38,
Hi-Y '37, '38.
Dick will he rnixseil when he is gone,
Built with lmiins to match the Immun
BEAM, LOIS V. 'Bim
Glue Club '36, '37, French Club '38.
Laughing, happy, 11e1'e'r grim
Brimful of life :mtl pep is "l3im."
BERKSTRESSER, RUTH R. 'Klllhie
Ulee Club '36, '38, French Club '37, '38.
Ruth'x smile and wonlx are very rare,
But, oh, so lovely, when they're there.
BONSELL, MILDRED ISABEL
Clue Club '36, '37, '38.
Mighty gooil sport ix our "Millie,
But, oh, that giggle is so silly.
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Reserved und :wi ' this one,l
But yet she's L1 'as 'Qfor
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BUTTERBAUGH, GEORGE C.
Hi-Y '36, '38, Football '36, '37, '38, Track '37, '38, French Club '37, Olee Club '36, '37, '38,
Guess what it is that strikes us funny!
But it's our center's nickname, "Sonny"
AMMERMAN, MALCOLM JAMES Shari
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Football '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36, '37, '38, Truck
Mighty on the football held, l'37, '38, French Club '37, Hi-Y '38.
A hoy like "Shan" will never yield,
ANDERSON, DOROTHY JANE D01
Glue Club '35, '36, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '38.
Don't you think her smile is winning?
Antl she's Ll girl who's always grinning.
ANDREWS, I. MARIE Hel-'y
Glue Club '36, '38, Spokesman Staff '36, jr. Red Cross '36, '37, '38, Tri- ,
Muylve she's too hind of chatter, fHi-Y '37, ',38. 1
Anil yet, that really shoultln't matter. 5
AULTS, RODMAN D. 'Roddy
Football '37, '38, Bisignis Club '37, '38, Senior Play '38, 1
Rather small and always funny,
A liiil whose smile is very sunny.
AYERS, SAMUEL E. Sum
Football '36, '37, '38, Track '36, '37, '38.
Strong tmtl silent, trietl tmtl true,
A footlvoll mon u gootl one, too.
BATHURST. ROBERT A. Bal:
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Band '36, '37, '38,
Orchestra '36, Student Council '38, French
Club '37, '38.
"Btmil's rhe thing" for which he goes,
Right ltetimly tloes he tlo his "lvlou's."
BELIN, HELEN 'Bridget'
Glen Club '36, '38.
Hull all she leiirnetl lveen from ii hook,
"Bridget" timiitl not he such ii cook.
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BOAL, DOROTHY ELIZABETH 'Belly
Glue Club '36, '38, Bisignis Club '37,
'38, Jr. Red Cross '38.
Betty's not too fond of wortls,
Being more often seen than heartl.
5 CASSIDY, LA RUE ELIZABETH
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37, French Club '37, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '38.
P Laughing, talking, never hlue-
Can anything annoy La Rue?
n COX, WILLIAM R.
Spokesman Stnff'36, '37, Band '36, '37, '38, French Club '37, Hi-Y '37, '38.
i With his cheerful grin and ready uit,
Can "Coxie" help but make a hit?
I1 CUPP JAMES '
I, Football '37, '38.
just a boy u'ho's full of vim -
5 Could we forget our peppy "Jim"?
CUPPER, JACK B. jggk
Glee Club '38, Falcon Staff '38, French Club '37, '38, I-li-Y '38.
jack's a laughing, clever, handy lad,
Can't blame him if his jokes are had.
DANIELS, ALICE LOUISE Tanny
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37,
Library Staff '36, '37, '38, Student Council
'36, '37, junior Red Cross '36, French Club
A lassie infinitely "milky"
Dependable and somewhat "cocky"
DAVIS, MARY A. Ag
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon '38, Oper-
etta '37, French Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '37,
Mary always has a song,
Dehonair the whole day long,
DICKSON, SARA LOUISE Sally
Cvlee Club '37, '38, Operetta '37, Tri-I-li-Y
She's a most provoking tease,
Does her hest, and aims to please.
ENGELMAN, ELEANOR ANNE
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37,
French Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '38.
Eluano'r's the fairest posey
E'er to make the dull days rosy.
Dot's a tile bus hae.:
Et r su ee of glee
DAUGHERTY, RICHARD Dick
Senior Play '38. '
Dick's one with whom just silence rates.
Don't bother rllim, he concentrates!
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Belty's helvl is made of gold,
rlDoj1.frt't,,bt'er pour or scold.
ECKERT, CONSTANCE HELEN
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Senior Play '38,
Operetta '37, French Club '37, Tri-Hi-Y
'36, '37, '38.
Connie loves her fun and dancing,
Every moon finds her romancing.
EVANS, JONELLE B.
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37, Tri-
just a lass, bored with it all,
Ever wishing some one tall.
FAUST A A RIE -' Am,
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r sh n gh at oth r olks
FINK, TELFORD, ., J .
Falcon Staff '38, French Club '37.
Tyrone High will miss "Mike" Fink,
For he's a lad who stopped to think.
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Football '36, '37, '33, l3z1sl4etb:1ll '36, nfls 6, '37g . , Hi-Y '3l'3.
Rm111ie's Sluikusjruure is atrocious
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It FRANTZ, JOY E. l V MT
. Glcc Club '36, '37, '38,
I joy by mitme, .luy by mum
Fvicmlly, smiling, uluuys gaim.
U FRIDAY, DOROTHY MAE Ipollic'
1, Glcc Club '36, '37, '3i'3, Senior Flay '38, Frencb Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '3f3.
Do! is Hicmlly, suwut, mul cliucrful,
Full offxni mul iiuwr tearful.
GARDNER, THELMA ELIZABETH
Ulce Club '36, '37, '33, Opercttu '37.
Ti Thi-limi likes Ilia lumllxmnu lluls
Guts llium um, just lvy rlw "snails,"
GINTER, IIliI.lfN JANE Gilllly
Glec Club '36, '37, '38, Frencb Club '37,
Hu1'e's u spun lmtli ITHL' mul fine-
cITlYl11l'lI,Lf, luippy all tlie time.
HAGG, FRANCIS X. Frmlrie
l-:1tin Club '36.
"Fmm'iu" is quiet, calm, mul slly.
Hu will sncceunl, fivr lic will try.
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'38 is' 1 Clu '37f'l Tri-Hi-Y'37,'38.
H' Q , nyuu ucullXrll1ispap tor?
X' "Huy! gflclwt big" tu suit our "Dim"
HARRIS, S. JUSTIN lily
Fmml '37, '38, Orcbestru '38, Student
Council '36,'37,Frencl1 Club '37, Hi-Y '36.
justin in his quiet way
Helps tu ilriu' the glfmm away.
HAAG, JOHN if. 1.1.-if
Band '36, '37, '38, Orclicstrn '37, '33,
Senior Flay '38.
just fi lmy with plain guml scnsi
His mental pmlvrs ure imniunsc
HALQERMAN, noius 1. lsnggy
Glue Club '36, '37, '3S, Student Council
Dear In vmmy liucirrs is Doris,
Her miturc is nut um' lo lim-u ns
HARPSTER, GENEVIEVE Gt'lIIIy
Glen: Club '36, Bisignis Club '36.
GC7IU1'lL'l'L', zllrlwugli sl1e's sliy,
Has L1 smile that makes gloom fly.
I-IICKS, ALICE ELIZABETH Ptkllllll
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Library Staff '34.
A playful girl is i'PCll71HI" Hicks
Hur spwrkling eyes l7L'ITLlj' lief tricks.
HITCHINGS, HELEN NORMA Ngrnl
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38.
'lNUT1Il'S" li 5f14LlL'1lI fl'LTUll,Ql7. aml tl11ougl1---
Helpful, kind, and wer mic.
HOFFNlAN.fLLlNE ELI ,. BETH Didzl
Psisignis Club '36. ' L ' S C '
just a czmws , as 1 idgf , I V f- aff..
Her ' dd 'jDidd.' f
HOOVER, BETTY JA , I " gf' Ballina
Tri-l-li-Y '37, '38, Commercial Club '36, '37.
Bellu,flmtc's loss is Ty'rone's gain,
Hurds to girls like Betty June.
HOOVER, VIOLET MILDRED Illillie
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Frencb Club '37, '3S.
Many girls lwrc envy "Millie"
Happy always, but not silly.
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IGQU, ROBERT M." ' C,
I' ,fr Rohgt hafbillade himself a name,
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JOHNSTON, FLORENCE LADEAN
Falcon Staff '38.
Fine, though hashful, is our "Flo"-
Just ci girl who hates much "show"
KAUP, RICHARD F.
Kicks if football news is had.
Charles is, so we have heard,
Kind in thought and deed and word
KIMBERLING, VELMA PEARL Tools
Glee Club '37.
Velma's 71015 one to complain -
Kind and sweet in sun or rain
KIRK, IJONALIJ Don
Football '37, '38, Track '37, '38, Glee
Did we have foothall every day,
Kirk still would fight through every play.
LARGENT, ROBERT RICHARD
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38,
Football '36, Mat Squad '37, '38.
Right here we give a cheer for "Peepee"--
Lively, quick, and never sleepy.
LITTLE, MARTHA HELEN Toe
Glee Club '36, '37, '38g Operetta '37:
Cheerleading '36, '37, '38, French Club
My! When anyone says go,
Lightning is the word for "Toe"
LYKENS, JACK Ginger
Jack is giddy, so uie've heard-
Loves to go to Philipsburg.
LYONS, ETHEL MAE Sis
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, French Club '37.
Ethel's one who never talks.
Lovely! Ethel gives "no-knocks."
Victor's on a no-talk dietA
Modest, shy, reserved, and quiet.
MCCANNS, ELIZABETH MARIE Belly
Glee Club '36, '37, '38.
Elizabeth makes so little sound
Most folks aren't aware when she is around.
oil-'..c1u3j3s, Football '36, '37, '38,T1'.aQk,'37, '38, Red Cross 36.
'v .jp fbotlvall and gIEEAglul5 lie his fame.
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff'38g
Right here we have a Spokesman lad
Band '37, '38, Orchestra '38
KIMME L, MYERS PUTMAN
Track '36, '37, '38, Band '36, '37, '38g Or-
chestra '36, '37, '38, Hi-Y '36, '37, '38.
Myers is not classed among the "cranks"g
"Kills" his classmates with his pranks.
KIRKPATRICK, ELEANOR R. Kirk
Glee Club '36, '37, '38.
Eleanor's smile, so sweet and rare,
Kindles fire in her bright hair.
LIST, JOHN CHARLES JR. lark
Glee Club '36, '37, '38g Band '36, '37, '38,
French Club '37,
Just our unassuming Jack
Likes to stay well in the back.
LITTLE, JANE MAXINE Muxs
Glee Club '36, '37, '38g French Club '37,
Maxine's name suits not at all-
Little girls are never tall.
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or hy than play
MILLER, RUTH N. Boots
Ulce Club '35, '36.
Right often, though, her tales are tall,
Makes l'lL'TXL'lf'Ll friunil tu all.
MOORE, DONALD F. Prsr
French Club '37.
Dmi's ii hal who does his lvvst
Mi:rit's not the name of "Pt-st."
MOYIER, EIJMUND lfzlzliz'
Falcon Staff '38, Football Mgr. '37, '38,
Asst. Basketball Mgr. '36, '37, Hi-Y '37, '38.
Eililufs a Wil and likes to tease,
Many girls he aims tu please.
NICCONAIIY, HAROLD R. 5
Ulee Club '36, '37, '38, Senior Play '38, French Club '37, '38, Hi-Y '37, '38,
Hariilil's final uf resolutiim, P
Mystery stories, ami suliitiims,
NIUCUY, NIARY FVIfI.W'N Ifbb-1'
"Ehhy's" not it girl to worry .
Makes very little fuss or flurry. I
McNEAI., MARILYNN LOUISE Alirkii' n
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37, Student Coun-
Many ,flilks are jimil of "Miclcie." lcil '36. 1'
My, that line of hers is tricky!
NIENGFI., AILEFN JEANNE 5
Student Council '36, French Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '38.
A girl who really likes her fun, li
Mighty jew things leaves undone.
MILLER, CATHERINE MONTEREY
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38,
French Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '36, '37, '38.
Can we forget this lively lassie,
Merry, industrious young "Cassie"
MOIST, DOROTHY JEAN Dolfy
Glcc Club '36, '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '38.
"Dany" lvlushes fiery reil,
Mean things always leaves unsaiil.
MOORE, HOWARD M. Hour!
Band '36, '37, '38, Glcc Club '37, '38,
Student Patrol '37.
"Hiiwil's" a lail who lows his fan
Makes friemls with 'most everyone,
NEARHOOF, BETTY M.
Glec Club '36, '37, '38, Opcretta '37.
Betty hates much fuss or noise,
Never mingles with the lwys.
NEARHOOF, HAROLD L. Nz'in'lJoof
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff '37, '38, Student Council '38, Hi-Y '38.
He wmilil talk himself ileliriuus,
Nice when silly, or when serious.
UAKXVOOD, RUBY R.
Glcc Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman '36, '37, '38, Frcncb Club '37, '38, Tri-Hi-Y '38.
Ruby hasn't much to say,
Or ilriesn't say it, anyway.
OBFRLY, MARJORIE LUCILLE
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman '36, '37, '38, French Club '37, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '38.
Milrjiirie enjoys her fun,
Ohliging is to eiierymic.
PARSONS, SAMUEI, Sum
Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38, Football '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36, '37, '38, Hi-Y '36, '38,
Such a lively football hack
Pcppy, sure, and quick to act.
Q PLUMMER, MARIAN ADELAIDE Toodles
Senior Play '38, Cvlee Club '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38, Bisignis Club '37, '38.
P My, such neatness and such care!
Pretty smile and flaming hair.
11 PRICE, JAMES E. Cookie
. Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38, Track '36, '37, '38, Basketball '36, Football '36,
I Just a ready man, and rough- l'37, '38.
Pleases girls with cave-man stujf
n RHODES, WILLIAM Red
1' With girls he's shy, and that's a shame,
"Red" seems to get there just the same.
5 RIGGLE, HELEN LENORE Ri I
Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38, Senior Play '38, Bisignis Club '37,
Here's a girl whose smile's "delicious", I:'38.
Ready, willing, and ambitious.
RISHELL, LA VERNA R. Sue
Leaves nothing to be sad about,
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37,
Right good sport, and gadabout.
I GER, Ann
l e u 36-
oyi gs just e rcan
Ether patient "Ann."
SEARER, ENID MAE
Everyone admires our "Een",
SEYMOUR, JAMES M.
French Club '37, '38.
Jolly is the word for lim-
SHAF FER, BETTY JANE
"Bet" is quiet hut not cold.
She's a home girl we've been told.
SHEA, ALICE LORRAINE
Glee Club '38, French Club '37, '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '36, '37, '38.
A nickname more like "Pen," we think,
Suits Alice, for she takes to "Ink."
Track '37, '38.
Bernard's always shy in classes,
Swell sport when among the masses.
SHIVELY, WILLIAM S.
Glee Club '38, Football '36, '37, Basketball '36, Hi-Y '36, '37, '38.
Would you think to see that grin
Such gravity could be within?
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Operetta '37,
French Club '37, '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '38.
So few much nicer have been seen.
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff
'36, '37, '38, Cheerleading '36, '37, '38,
So active, quick, and full of vim.
ROBERTS, MILDRED Millie
Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff
'38, Bisignis Club '37, '38.
Mighty talker and a "cut-up,"
Rarely stops unless she's shut-up.
RUSSELL, Y. LOUISE
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff
'36, '37, '38, Student Council '38, French
Club '37, '38.
La Yvonne is temperamental
Rather than too sentimental.
SEVEL, HELEN ANN
Senior Play '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '37, '38.
How we shall miss our little Sevel!
Smiling, frank and "on the level."
SHAFFER, LAURA ANNA
Latin Club '36.
A jolly, laughing, friendly "gal"-
Simply swell to have for a pal.
Q SIIUIQY, EllCilfNE Gem'
Spoliesmzili Stull' '37, '33, Hi-Y '3S.
P Eugene'x ii mlm ulw lions to filcuse,
Siiuu' unil 7lL'1'4."l' ill ut eiixu.
ll siniiav, LA Rini L f ,ig
' Louglix ln-iirlily ivlien sim-rl-il pil' I
I Sl1u's one Il1LlI nuwv' is oiitsniiwteil. 'Nl '
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. Really scientific niiml 7 . 'l
1 Stuiulier lull you eiinnot find. ' I
5 smiiii, Mfuijoniu KALSTROM 7 l l ' f Aim-gi'
Bisignis Club '37, '38, High School Bunk sbioupb. A111
Margie likes to iloncc and play, ,I 75" ' '
Sl1c'x so lively ilnil so gtljl. I, 1 ,ll i
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SMITH, ROBERT E. Boogie
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Mat Squad '
'37, '38, Band '36, '37, '38, Orchestra '36,
Rates very high with all the girlj
So nice-looking with those curls.
sm' , .1.vAffylQA
A njlg s quite p'rm'oking
Slater, ut doesn'r cure for joking.
STOVER, DRUCIE MARDELL
Merry songxtur, singing sweetly,
SNYDER., WINIFREID PAULINE
Glee Club '35, Operettn '37.
Winnic's got get-up and go -V
Sulilom quiet, ricver slow.
STEELE, SAMUEL A. Red
Football '36, '37, '38, Glee Club '36,
See ii num who keeps his class
Still uniting for that touelulown pass.
Clee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Stuff '38, Senior Play '38, Tri-Hi-Y '3 m
Stuulx the ludiliex' heimx completely.
THOMPSON, HAROLD P.
Cvlee Club '37, Student Council '36.
Hure's u nice young spelling fan,
Thou fh l1u'x 'uxt ii "one iirl num."
THOMPSKYN, HELEN JANE
Glue Club '36, '37, '38, Bisignis Club '37, '38.
Helen is lmtll sweet unil kind,
Tliouglt a more timid girl you cannot fiml.
Russ is good at work UT play
Thinks rl1urc's no cur like Model A.
ub 37, ' gnis Club '37,
SNX'l3ER, ALBERT E. T001
F13Q7g ' 1512,
-38: 37, '38.
All-star, Llll-CITOIHILI ut ere: A
Speedy half-lvaek thot
SNYDER, ELXVOOD Clliilk
Hi-Y '37, '38, Cleo Club '36, '37, '38, Stu-
dent Patrol '37, '38, Student Council '38.
Elwooil ix, as you all know,
So mueli the moilern Romeo,
s'rAN1.m'. EVELYN JANE "' sun
Gm Club '37, Gs.
just iz reuse, ue lniw been rolilA
Smiling sport ivirh lmir of gold.
STEXVART, MILDRIZD MARGARET
Cvlec Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Stull
'37, '38, Senior Play '38, French Club '37,
'38, Tri-Hi-Y '37, '3S.
Milil1'u4l's ,Emil of lvooks unil drcimiing,
Singing, und, or some times, screaining.
WALKER, FRED Logan
.Glee Club '37, '38,
Fred's the lad behind the grin,
Will have his girl friends tall and thin.
WERTZ, WILLIAM Bill
Glee Club '37, '38, Senior Play '38, Hi-Y
When Billy leaves the high school scene,
Won't things seem quiet and serene?
w1LLiAMs, E. BERNICE zen,
Glee Club '38, Spokesman Staff '38, Fal-
con Staff '33, Senior Play '38.
Energetic little worker-
Winning ways, and not a shirlcer.
Z ' and nstration,
Works hard o ' ov c tion.
TROXELL, MARIE LOUISE Troxie Q
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Spokesman Staff '36, '37, Senior Play '38, Tri-Hi-Y
Marie is noisy, never hushes, l'37, '38. P
Thinks it's awful when she lvlushes.
WAITE, DOROTHY LOUISE Dee n
Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38, Falcon Staff '38, Mat Squad '37, Tri-Hi-Y '38. O
"Dee's" a girl with lots of vigor- I
Works very hard, is always eager.
WAITE, RICHARD LEROY Dick n
L-f,,f.f exert? d'nd"quiet,. t quick: 1.
L' hiv, omf do' ther "Dick,QQ
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WAITE, ROY M. Wuily 5
Cvlee Club '36, '37, '38,
Roy has friends and friends galore,
Wears a smile that wins him more.
WARRENDER, RUTH ISABEL
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '37, '38,
Ruth's a girl who just won't frown ---
Won't let anything get her down.
WHITE, KATHLEEN Kaibie
Glen: Club '36, '37, '38.
"Kathie's" a lady and a student-
Wise and witty, sweet and prudent.
WILLIAMS, MARY JANE
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Tri-I-Ii-Y '38.
Merry, laughing, true, and fine,
Weeping isn't in her line.
Maw Y 'iv'
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W SER, SA IZA
" rty s" fo ackin wise
Willing, t , o compromise.
YARNELL, WILLIAM H.
Glee Club '37, '38, Football '36, '37, '38, Hi-Y '37, '38,
When "Bump" starts out in work or play,
You know he's going to win the day,
YAUDES, P. RELDA Red
Relda's a conservative,
Yet freely of her time she'll give,
X"UKELSON, HARRY Arfb
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Student Patrol '36, '37, '38, Student Council '37.
- I, -eg ,
Harry's quite the business man-
Yes, he is an Economics fan.
Cilee Lfluh '30, '37, '33, Student Council '36, '37, Red Cross '38g Tri i
Vigiwrcnizs imil lively "Vi1"'
'lust xliu luis to lmigli and live.
IRVIN, ELM ER
The Class of '38 is very sorry that illness forced Elmer to drop
from its ranks in November 1937 and that death removed him
from its midst on March 4, 1938.
CHARLES WILLIAM GETZ
Born Fehruary 7, 1920
Died july Il, 1935
fDeath was caused b
I love to think of my children whom Gnd has called tn
himself as away at school atthe hest school in the universe,
under the best teachers, learning the heat things, in the best
possible mannerf- Bussuet
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Zenith Stauffer, Mary Stroup, Richard MacDonald, Edward Paulhamus.
Third Row: Harold Nearhoof, Gerald Miller, Ruth Seater, Elinor Miller, Betty McKnight, David Ross, William
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Fourth Row: Eugene Rogers, Charles Miller, Donald Neff, Edwin Magill, Reynold Shirk, Charles Mannino,
Robert P. Miller, Robert H. Miller, Glenn Snyder.
Fifth Row: Edward Rhoades, Richard Ormsby, Dale Richards, john Miller.
First Row: Francis Lehner, Howard Havens, Stella Kerchner, Mary Heyl, Betty Cvarman, joan Ginter, Mary
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Second Row: june Daughenbaugh, Louise Fuoss, Margaret Burnham, Sara Burns, Martha Biddle, Clara Dixon,
Elizabeth Black, Sally Conaghan, Gilbert Bryan, David Black.
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First Row: jean Wagner, Gloria Updilce, Agnes Miller, Mary Jane Steele, Mary Tahaney, Marcella Wills, Lor-
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Second Row: Mary A. Stine, Dorothy Whren, Emma Wilt, Maryhelen Stewart, Marjorie Stratiff, Hilda Troxell,
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Third Row: Earl Varner, Joseph Turnbaugh, Wenclel Thompson, Mary Ann Weikert, Peggy Wertz, Margaret
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Leeper, Mary Ann
Price, Mary K.
Quigley, Mary Anna
Pannebaker, Mary Louise
Patton, Mary jane
Thal, Anna Mae
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Rodgers, Anna Evelyn
!Concluded from Page 351
fConcluded from Page 361
Van Alman, Marjorie
Varner, Mary Ann
Thal, Francis J., jr.
Weaver, La Rue
Zang, joseph A.
Wilson, Anna ,lane
OFFICERS OF SENIOR CLASS
President .................................... Samuel Parsons
Vice-President .... .... W illiam Wertz
Treasurer ....... ................... M ardell Stover
Secretary ......... ..,.............,........ A lice Shea
Social Chairmen ............. William Shively, Constance Eckert
OFFICERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS
President ....................................... Louise Fuoss
Vice-President ..,., .... R oger Fernau
Secretary ....... ..... ........ B e tty Garman
Treasurer ....... .................. A gnes Brisbin
Social Chairmen. . . .... janett Charles, Lyman Miller
OFFICERS OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Vice-President . .
. . . . . . .Carl Burwell
. .................. LeRoy Harper
Social Chairmen .... ....
.Marjorie Michaels, Samuel Miles
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mour Smith Snyder Patterson Nesrlerod
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Yukelson Shultz Shively
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First Rmv: Ruth Warrender, Mary ,lane Williams, Dorothy Moist, Mildred Bonsell, Marilynn McNeal, Lois Philips, Helen
jane Uinrer, Alice Daniels, Elva lean Snyder, Margaret Kaup, Dorothy Peters, Alfreda Lytle.
Second Row: Edith Fisher, Betty lane Dayton, Sara Louise Dickson, Mildred Stewart, Enid Searer, Constance Eckert, Sally
Conaghan, Alice Hicks, Mary Helen Stewart, Elizabeth Garman.
Third Rmu: june Daughenbaugh, Amber Way, Vivian Woomer, Eleanor Miller, Norma Hitchings, Dorothy Anderson, Ardis
Cassidy, Bernice Williams, Dorothy Wziite, Mary Gates, Mary Louise Keatley.
Fuu1tl1Ruu': Dorothy Whren, jane Ammcrman, Sara Burns, Ethel Lyons, jane Stanley, Phyllis Wilson, Agnes Miller, Dorothy
Friday, Marie Troxell, La Rue Cassidy, Lois Huey, Marian Plummer, Mary Ann Hall, Martha Biddle, Hilda Troxell, janet
Fifth Row: Mildred Kaspick, Pretty McKnight, Pretty Nearhoof, Lewetta Snyder, Helen Thompson, Helen Brown, lonelle
Evans, Verna Burkett, Mardell Stover, Marjorie Oberly, Marjorie Stratiff, Mary Stroup, LaVerne Rishell, Helen Riggle.
Sixth Row: Louise Engelman, Claire Holly, Helen Belin, Mary Tahaney, Doris Hagerman, Thelma Gardner, Eleanor Kirk-
patrick, Elizabeth Schneider, Dorothy Hall, Margaret Burnham, Grace Burns, Ruth Searer.
SL'1'07lIl1 Rout Marie Roberts, Mary L. Stine, Alice Shea, Peggy Wertz, Elizabeth McCanns, Eleanor Engelman, joy Frantz,
Ruby Oakwood, Catherine Miller.
Eighth Row: Marie Aurand, Maxine Little, Mary Heyl, Marie Snyder, Mildred Roberts, Gloria Updike, Elizabeth Black,
Stella Kerchner, Louise Russell, Mary Davis, Dorothy Merritts, Marie Andrews, Janet Tate.
Ninth Row: ,lanet Rhoades, Martha Helen Little, Kathleen White, janert Charles, Arlene Mosel, Mary Ann Weikert, Mary
A. Stine, Dorothy Boal, Ruth Berkstresser, Vivian Zindel.
First Row: james Price, lack Copper, Howard Moore, Mr. Wolfgang fDirectorl, Mrs. Steigerwalr QPianistl,James Seymour
William Thompson, William Shively, Robert Smith.
Second Row: Donald Kirk, William Yarnell, Fred Walker, Harold Nearhoof, Richard Largent, Richard Kaup, Roy Waite,
George Butterbaugh, Malcolm Ammerman.
Tlainl Row: Sam Parsons, William Wertz, Harold McConahy, Myers Kimmel, Robert Bathurst, 'lack List, Richard Barr,
if lip . . .J
, , as - Jimi
First Row: joe Andrews, Patrick Maschke, Charles De Mario, joseph Haag, Robert Wingate, Mr. Fleck lDirectorj,
Charles Vogt, james Colabine, Marion Miller, Kurt Postreich, Tony Castagnola.
Second Row: Carl Burwell, William Burns, john Adams, Edward Duff, Cecil Hoover, Lyman Miller, jack Hiller, Guyer
Candy, Tom Barnhardt, Robert Diehl, George Dickson, Richard Dworsak.
Third Row: Ernest Ike, Reynold Shirk, joe Smith, Floyd Nestlerode, Edward Crain, William Fleming, Irvin Moseman,
William Cupper, David Barr, Robert Brower, Robert Miller.
Fourth Row: Ronald McConahy, Dallas Brickley, jerry Schneider, Marlin Patterson, Richard Ormsby, Clifford Wat-
son, Richard MacDonald, Harold Nearhoof, Clifford Wilson, Lester Woodring.
Fifth Row: Earl Goss, Kenneth Waite, Dean Focht, Harold Cowher, Sam Study, Calvin Waite, Leroy Frantz.
First Row: Helen Wiser, Helen Warrender, Jeanne Blair, Helen Biddle, Ivalou Fry, Pauline johnson, Alma Dickson,
Mary DeMario, Louise Dachenbach, Althea Karnes, Betty Sheckler, Mary Conaghan.
Second Row: Elaine Price, Marjorie Fisher, jean Leeper, Marjorie Magargel, Madeleine Smith, Louise Bratton, Rebecca
Biddle, Mary Henderson, Miriam Sealfon, Marjorie Fink, Joyce Miller, Pauline Shildt.
Third Row: Betty jane Haag, jane Beyer, Gladys Waite, Emogene Kerlin, Evelyn Fetzer, Beryl Hilderbrand, Mary
Henninger, Shirley Miller, lane Ohrtman, LaRue Naylor, jean Nearhoof, Helen Mosel.
Fourth Row: Margaret Weaver, Pauline Wilson, Marian Riley, Kathleen Shea, Mary Dannaway, Katherine Hagerman,
Ruth Smith, Adrienne Stroup, Harriet Malalcer, Helenl?'Hull, Mary jane Andrew.
Fifth Row: Mildred Stevens, Edith Caldwell, Helen Mattern, Marjorie Mentzer, jane Gibboney, Audrey Mills, Naomi
Smith, Margaret Halleran, Marjorie Butterbaugh, Dorothy Calderwood.
This year has heen one oi' feverish activity for the hand. The memhers have turned out iaith-
fully this year, as well as tor three preceding years, for every foothall game.
Aside from playing at the foothall games and doing all the practising necessary for these appear-
ances, they have managed to accomplish a great many other things. Two tag days, three dances,
and a card party were sponsored to raise money for a trip to Xwashington. Ar Christmas time,
they played Christmas Carols at services held in the Methodist Church and also tor the Girl Scouts.
During this season, too, they comhined with the Glee Cluh in the presentation of the carols in
In one year, the memhership ofthe organization has heen increased from tortyftive to sixty-one,
and, although Mr. Steigerwalt modestly denies it, has improved wonderfully. Twentyfthree ot'
these memhers were chosen to play in the Blair County Paand Festival held in Hollidayshurg on
April 8 ot this year.
Our hand was also selected to play at the Troop B, 104th Cavalry Horse Show on April 22.
The group is made up of good and willing workers who have worked to make the hand a credit
to the school and who have certainly had a great deal ot' success in doing so.
lrml Rau: Mr. Steigerwalt lDirectorl, Xxfilliam Snyder, Zilian Rumherger, Rohert Stewart, Clark Skelly, Ylack List, Clifford
XVarson Clirum Majorb, Francis Lehner, Donald Gates, Howard Moore, james Fink, Mr. Fleck lAssistant Directorj.
Seconil Rout ,Ioseph Qfastagnola, Lyman Miller, Rohert Diehl, Dale Richards, Richard MacDonald, Meyers Kimmel, XVilliam
R. Cfox, Xwilliam Burns, Edward Shollenherger, jack Froytim.
Tliml Rauf Donald Huhert, Charles De Mario, Rohert Smith, Fzlair Lykens, Williainm Cox, Elmer johnson, XX'illiam Potaris,
Frank llatcheler, Leonard Fuoss, Frank Magill.
Fninili Rau: .Iohn Fink, Willigirii lioytim, Howard Havens, jack Pearce, lack Diehl, Richard Kaup, Alustin Harris, Willizim
Fleming, lack Fetters.
laiitli Row: XVilliam Kanour, Francis Thai, Charles Vogt, Rohert Bathurst, Thomas Grove, Harold Nearhooii, Richard
Dworsak, Charles Stiles, Rohett Grove.
First Rim: Howard Havens Qpiccoloj, Nicholas Popovich fviolinj, William Snyder
fdrumb, Elmer Johnson ftrumpetj, Robert Smith ftrumpetl.
Second Rout Richard MacDonald fguitarJ,Vaughn Woomcr fbanjoj , Richard Kaup
Kclarinetj, john Haag fclarinetl, William Fleming fclarinetb, Harold Nearhoof
Cclarinetj, Bruce Carpenter Qtrumpetj, justin Harris ftrumpetj, jack Boytim ftrom-
bonej, Myers Kimmel ftrombonej.
Third Row: Robert Bathurst Ksaxophonej, Mr. Fleck fsaxophonej, Clifford Wait-
son fbass violj.
Harold Fleck Director
Every Tuesday evening after school you hear music being
played by the High School Grchestra. The orchestra is un'
der the capable direction of Mr. Fleck. This year the num1
ber in the orchestra has doubled. All of the members of
the orchestra but two play in the High School Band. The
stringed bass is a new instrument that hasijust been added
this year. The orchestra kindly rendered its service ata Fo-
rum Program, the Senior Play, and several school assemblies.
First Rau: Dorothy Merritts iReporterJ, Ruby Oakwood iHeadline Writer and Copy Readerl, Mildred Roberts
iTypistb, Mildred Stewart fReporterl, Louise Fuoss iAssociate Editorj, Mardell Stover fTypistj, james Seymour
fllrusiness Managerl, Marjorie Oberly fliditorl, Howard Havens lAdvertising Managerl, Bernice Wllll1lI1lS fFeature
Editorl, liugene Shuey lAssistant Advertising Managerl, Louise Russell llfditorial Writerj, Harold Nearhoof1Athletic
Secuml Rmc: Harriet Malaker illub Reporterl, 'lane Amrnerman fTypistj, Dorothy Waiite lTypistl, Sarah Conaghan
Klub Reporterj, Robert Harnish Klub Reporterl, janet Miller fReporterj, Betty Garman fReporterl, Mary Gates
fReporterj, Alfreda Lytle fAssistant Advertising Managerj, Mary Wilstmn fTypistl, Clara lane jones fReporterl, Betty
,la ne Flenner fReporterl.
Tluvtl Row: Richard Kaup iAssistant Athletic Editorj, Richard McDonald 1Cub Reportery, Edward Paulhamus QRe-
porterl, Ralph Diehl fCirculation Managerj, Francis Lehner fCirculation Managerj, Dorothy Whreri fTypistl.
Not in picture: Lois Huey fFeature Editorl, Margaret Boal fCub Reportetj, Miss Bowman lFaculty Adviserj.
'hr Spnkvmnan sinh 3115 Eininrg
ln the school year of l9lZ-I3, a brave group of Tyrone High School boys and girls decided that what the
school needed was a good magazine, and that it was their business to see that it got one.
It was, therefore, in this year, mst fM'U1lI:N"fil'C years ago, that "The Spokesman" was born. It began its career
as a magazine which boasted three issues a year.
The staff of this first "Spokesman" was as follows:
Editor .........,,.. ,..,........... . . . A. Claire Sager
Litemry Editor .... ,... R alph Wtwlfgting
School News. . . . ..... Helen Wziritig
Sport News. . , . .... Edward Musser
Bias. Mgr. ...... ..... J ohn Hiller
Asst. Bits. Mgr ,........................ ...................... J ohn Delzerie
ln this magazine there was published much the same type of imaterial that we find in "The Spokesman" to-
day sports news, club news, student literary efforts, and little bits of gossip and news of interest to the school
in general. ln addition to these things, there was always a story which covered several pages of the book.
"The Spokesman" was a magazine until l9ZO-21 when it became a three column newspaper, only to be changed
back to a magazine in IQZ3-14.
With the new magazine, they had a "Spokesman Day" each monthg and on this day every member of the
high school was given an opportunity to write an article for the paper.
The year i926-27 saw "The Spokesman" once more as a three column newspaper published semi-monthly at
the price often cents per issue.
Wlieti Miss Bowman "took over" the paper and became the faculty adviser in 1931-32, the little paper grew
into a four column and finally into the standard five column "Spokesman" which we have today.
"The Spokesman" has, since 1938, been a member of the Pennsylvania Scholastic Press Association, the Colum-
bia Press Association, and charter member of the National Scholastic Press Association. lt has a wide exchange
with school papers all over the country.
"You can't take a wild thing like a falcon, tame it and train it without getting
attached to the bird. There is nothing wilder or fiercer in its native state than
the falcon. Training requires endless patience and time. You've got to like fal-
cons to be bothered, but, after the bother, there is a certain satisfaction and pride
of accomplishment in having so wild a thing that will fly at command and, better
still return at call," says a famous trainer of falcons.
Similarly, neither can a yearbook staff, working for a long time among a mass
of heterogeneous materials, fashion a publication that has some semblance of an
orderly record of school events for a year without developing an interest in their
work and an attachment to it. Then, too, publication work like falconry requires
endless patience and time. But neither patience nor time is reckoned by the staff
member who likes his work and is interested in the finished product. A certain
satisfaction and pride of accomplishment are the rewards the Falcon Staff of 1938
received for producing this annual for their classmates.
First Row: Miss Moore fadviserl, Dorothy Waite fphotographerl, Bernice Williams fphotographerj, Dorothy Hall
ftypistj, Florence lohnston ftypistl. .
Second Row: Marian Plummer ftypistj, Enid Seater Kart editorj, Edmund Moyer fathletic editorj, Anna Marie Faust
Third Row: Richard Largent fbusiness managerj, Norma Hitchings fassistant editorj, Catherine Miller fadvcrtising
managerj, Helen Riggle fassistant advertising managerj.
Fourth Row: jack Cupper lphotographerl, Telford Fink fphotographerj, Mary Davis feditorj, Mr. Miller ffaculty
business managerj. 4
N NEW' FIRES, u urnmuly in
luv .vt'u11w hy Cfluirlus Quim-
lw liimlurrc, was uhly' fwuwiit- 5 0
Nl hy' ilu' Kfluxx of lofhl of
Tymiic High Sulmul in ilu-
W. M. C, A, Aiulirrzrixmi on
X'm'u111lw1' 5, 1937.
Lucinda Andrcws, a widow .... Dorothy Friday
Suzanne Tolor, a spinstcr .... Constancc Eclccrt
Sid Spcrry, a liarm hand ....... Elwood Snyder
Ylcrrv, his son .................. Rodman Aults
Stephen Santry, an author ......... john Haag
llilly, his son .........,........ Willizllii Wurtz
Phyllis, his daughtcr. ., ...Mardcll Stovcr
Ann, his wifc ,....... .. Mildrcd Stewart
Olivc, his daughtur ........, Marian Pluninwr
Eve, his daughter-in-law ...... Pmcrnicc Vlfilliams
Dick, his son ,...,.....,... Harald McConahy
Doctor Lynn Gray, physician ...............
Mary Marshall 4....... ......, H clcn Suvcl
Mrs. Marshall ............ ..... H clcn Rigglu
" Angie Sperry, Sid's Wills.. .... Mario Troxcll
llmiricxx Mmuigur lmlivitliml lllmmgmjwliy' lw Cuppcv'
Director . . .... . .
Art Director .......
. . . . .Mary Cornmesser
. . . ..... James Seymour,
. . . . . .Eleanor Englemnn
Property Managers ...... Alice Daniels, Mary
Davis, Ethel Lyons
Stage Manager ....
Sound Effects .....
Furniture .... . ,
. . , . . . . .Marjorie Oberly
Dale Richards. john Stitt
.Courtesy of the Wolf
First Run Miss Kloss 1 idviserl. Ardrienne Srroup itreasurerj, Dorothy Merritts, Harold Cowher ipresi-
dcntb Lois Huey lsccretiryj Mrs. La Porte tcounselorj.
Second Rou Ardrienc Bittheler, Gladys lrvin, Suzanne Sickler, Mary Wilstaii, Carol Phillips, Edith
Anderson Mary bcordo Thelma Thompson, Edward Duff, Polly Burkett.
'Third Rau Pitrici 1 Troutwine, Dorothy Whren lchaplainj, Louise Meyers, Hope Reed, Marjorie Snyder.
M iry line Hutchings Rich ird Campbell, Fred Wells, Bobby Miles, Lorraine Johnston.
Last Rau lane Kustcnbauder, Elaine Pletz, Betty Boal, Marie Andrews, Vivian Zindel, Evelyn Edmund-
son Earl Kispitk Fred Estright, Wzilliice Robison.
Euntnr IKPE1 Glrnwa , 'Z , ' Z-2' 7-
The junior Red Cross, under the capable supervision of Miss Kloss, has
greatly helped the community this past year. The Home Room Chairmen
made place cards for the Philipsburg Hospital at Thanksgiving time, Christmas
time, Valentine's Day and Easter time. At Thanksgivingthcy gave the children
in the Philipsburg Hospital books and small toys, gifts which these young
patients appreciated very much. A Christmas Party was held by the Junior
Red Cross and the Kiwanis Club for the underprivileged children of Tyrone.
More than three hundred children received toys and candy from Santa Claus
at this gala affair. The members ofthe lunior Red Cross again showed their
artistic skill by making menu covers for the United States battleships, dur-
ing the Christmas season.
Miss Kloss also conducted First Aid Classes, an activity which greatly bene-
fited those taking the course.
lt is through Miss Kloss' untiring efforts and the cooperation of the Home
Room Chairmen that the junior Red Cross of Tyrone is one ot' the most
active organizations of the community.
Ihr 0Brigim1l Stair Glnnumtinn
The Original State Convention of the junior Red Cross was held at Tyrone, April 2, 1938. In order
to raise funds to finance the convention the local group sponsored a movie, held a dance, sold candy at
basketball games, and held a Doll Exhibit and Tea.
Program for Original State Convention of the Junior Red Cross at Tyrone, April 2, 1938.
9:00 to 9:30 Registration
9:30 General Session
Presiding Officer-Harold Cowher
fP'resident of Junior Red Cross,
1. Greetings-Mr. W. W. Eisenhart,
Superintendent of Tyrone Schools
Z. Discussion Topics
A. Finance ........ Harry Carney, Harrisburg
1. 1:00 Round Table Discussion
A. Group 1.
Safety in Home
Safety on Highways
a. Service Funds B Gmu 2
b. National Children's Fund
B. Organization .........................
.. . . . . . . . . . . .Eugene Emlet, Landisburg
C. Junior Red Cross Building Council
D. Service to One's Own Community ....
. . . . . . . . .Barbara McDowell, Bellefonte
E. National Service. . . . ...... ........... .
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Betty Ferguson, Clearfield
3. Address . . . ................. Miss Concannon
National Representative ofjunior Red Cross
4. Music-Senior Boys' Glee Club
FIRST AID GIRLS
Kneeling: Janett Charles, Dorothy Whren.
On Mar: Marjorie Snyder, Edith Anderson.
C. Group 3.
Other Service Projects
Z. 2:00 General Session
Reports on Round Table Discussions
3. 2:30 Tours of
Wilson Chemical Manufacturing Plant
4. 4:00 Tea Dance
FIRST AID BOYS
Kneeling: Fred Estright, Harold Cowher
On Mat: Robert Miles, Earl Kaspick.
First Row: Ardriene Bateheler, Betty Ammerman, Ruth Seater, Dorothy Peters, Lois Huey, Margaret Xwise,
Marfella Wills, Miss Ehle fadviserj, Anna Cvraee Rumherger, Margaret Kaup, ,loan Ginter, Mary Ann Hall,
Second Row: Hilda Troxell, Mary Louise Kearley, Betty Uarman, Agnes Brisbin, Ramona Alhright, -lean Whig-
ner, Mary Tahaney, Shirley Hand, Arlene Mosel, Lois Phillips.
Third Row: janet Miller, Louise Engleman, Ethel Lyons, Dorothy Friday, Mildred Stewart, Mary Gates, Mildred
Hoover, Louise Fuoss, Helen jane Ginter, Aileen Mengle, june Shultz, Eleanor Engleman, Louise Russell, Alice
Shea, Ruth Frerkstresser, Constance Eckert, Marie Aurand, Enid Searer.
Fourth Row: Rohert Bathurst, Willizlnw Thompson, lanett Charles, Catherine Miller, Ardis Cassidy, Martha
Helen Little, Mary Heyl, Millard Stonehralcer,
Fifth Row: Maxine Little, Margaret Psoal, Richard Largent, Harold McConahy, Charles Vogt, lack Clipper,
First Rmu: Mary Stine, Mildred Roherts, Marian l'lumrner, Marjorie Smith, Miss Hemminger ladviserl, Dorothy
Waiitt-, Bernice Willialrns, Agnes Miller, Helen Brown.
Second Row: Marie Roherts, Mildred Kaspielc, ,lune Snyder, Betty Murray, Helen Thompson, Anna Marie Faust,
Dorothy Ewing, Mardell Stover, Dorothy Hall, Betty Boal.
Third Row: Harold Nearhoof, Betty lgou, Mary Alice Stine, Dorothy Wlwreiw, Hannah Calderwood, Miss Heiss
fadviserl, Clara Dickson, Miss Billingsley Kadviserl, Rodman Aults.
N tin i ture: Helen Riggle, Elya ,lean Snyder.
FirstR1iu': Vivian Lewis. Ruth Grove, Loretta Forcey, Clara ,lane Jones, Helen Nestlerode, Adelaide Gates,
Chris:ine Bowser, Suzanne Nearhoof.
Second Row: Robert Philips, Josephine Chiampa, Rodney Nearhoof, james Fink, jack Boytim, Kenneth Holt
Thin! Row: Albert James, Francis Thal, William Hawke, Zilian Rumberger, Howard Woodring, Miss Gove
ldirtetor L1 Rue Weaver
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First Roux Marjorie Fink, Marjorie Magargal, Margaret Boal, Sally Conaghan, Dede Lytle.
Second Roar: Roger Fernau, Lawrence Woodring, Dorothy Peters, Petty Ammerman, Richard McDonald, Ar-
Thinl Row: -lack Watscwn, Ralph Diehl, Edward Paulhamus, Robert Diehl, Donald Beyer, Miss Wilstvn ffacufty
Shalier flloachl, Louise Fuoss.
Xilllllllll XY'oiner, Frederic linker,
ilhnmrr-up Glup fur thv
Zlinrvnair Glhampinnahip nf
thr Stair nf linnnagluanin
At the tenth annual Forensic League Contests, which were
held in Altoona, April Z3-24, 1937, the Tyrone Debate Team was
awarded the runner-up cup. The presentation of the cup was
made hy Congressman 1. Buell Snyder, founder and first president
ofthe State Forensic League. Lois Huey received the cup for the
The winning of this trophy was a signal victory for the debate
teams, for it was the first time that such a distinction came to
This trophy is kept one year hy the team winning it. lf won
three consecutive years by any one school, it becomes the property
of that school.
Ph IILTLIIIIV iw C,ulv1n'1' and Merrill
During 19363371 the Tyrone affirmative team was undefeated in league compe-
tition. Beginning with a decision over Huntingdon, eight victories were scored,
many by unanimous judges' votes. In winning the championship of Blair County,
the team defeated Hollidayshurg and Williamsburg. Debating at Juniata College
against the strongest teams of Central Pennsylvania, the affirmative won the dis'
trict crown hy virtue of defeating Westmtmnt-Cambria and Freehurg. In the State
Championship Event at Altoona, the affirmative defeated Leck Kill and Doyles-
town hy unanimous decisions and, in the final triangular dehate, won over Han'
Fm! Row: I,-vis Huey, Mr.
Xi-mml Rim: Leonard Fuoss,
Hrnpnaiiinn fur Eehnir
the several states should adopt a
Evhatv Sfrhvhulr fm' 1537-'38
Feb. Z4-Lock Haven Q21 at Tyrone.
Mar. 7-Tyrone negative at Huntingdon
Mar. 9-Tyrone affirmative at Huntingdon
Mar. lO-Lewistown affirmative at Tyrone
Mar. ll-Tyrone affirmative at Lewistown
Apr. 9-Tyrone affirmative at State College
Apr. IO-State College affirmative at Tyrone
This year's negative debating team is composed of Margaret Burnham, Margaret
Wise, Marjorie Stratiff, Mary Louise Keatley and janett Charles. Marjorie Stratiff
and Margaret Wise became interested in debating in 1934, as seventh graders.
janett Charles was a speaker and Marjorie Stratiff an alternate on the affirmative
team when freshmen. ln that same year Margaret Wise was an alternate for the
negative. Margaret Burnham joined the debaters last year as first speaker for the
negative. This is Mary Louise Keatley's first year on the debating team. The
speakers for this year's negative team are Margaret Burnham, Marjorie Stratiff,
Margaret Wise, and Mary Louise Keatley. janett Charles is the secretary of the
debating club. All of the members of the negative team are juniors this year.
First Row: janett Charles, Miss
Lucas CCoachD, Mary Louise
Second Row: Margaret Burn-
ham, Marjorie Stratiff, Margaret
I ri-1-It l
Ili I tgwiiplix lw l'ltllt
'l'l1i1'il Knut llettv Sheeltler, Mary Kfonaghan, Mildred Stewart,
tl, Mary liates, Mary Louise Keatley, Martha liiddle.
First Row: Ardriene Pvateheler, Marilynn McNeal, Ruth
Smith, Alice Shea, Dorothy Friday, Constanee Eckert, Aileen
Mengel, Catherine Miller, Eleanor Engleman, Agnes hrisbin,
Seuuml Rmr: Marie Troxell, Enid Seater, Dorothy Moist,
Sara Dickson, Naomi Smith, Elizaheth Sehnieder, lonelle
Evans, Betty ,lane Hoover, Alfreda Lytle, .lanet Miller, Hilda
Tliirtl Row: Mardell Stover, Dorothy Hall, Kathleen Shea,
Ardrienne Stroup, Louise Engleman, Ardis Cassidy, Mary
Heyl, Louise Kenyon, Vivian Zindel.
Fmartll Row: LaRue Cassidy, Marjorie Oherly, Mary Davis,
Peggy WCffZ,,lllI1Cff Charles, Miss Dorothy Crawford lkfoun-
selorj, Miss Nadine Stewart Mfounselorl.
First Rim: Lois Phillips,jean Vlfagner, Helen Biddle, Mary
jane Vfilliams, Miss Myers, llfounselorl, Betty ,lane Flenner,
Ruhy Oakwood, Dorothy Watite, ,lane Ohrtman, Sally ,lane
Sammi Rout Claire Holly, .leanne lilair, Ruth Wztrreittler,
Marjorie Pautterhaugh, Elizabeth Black, Lois Huey, Gloria Up-
dilce, Mary Helen Stewart, Mary Ann Hall.
Margaret Burnham, Einogene Kerlin, Louise Fuoss, Margaret
lfmmli Rim: Dorothy Anderson, Dorothy Merritts, Marie Andrews, Marie Roherts, Arlene Mosel, Mary Ann XVeil4ert, Eleanor
er, Ruth Seater, llxerniee Nxfillianxs, llelen NVarrender, Ramona Alhright.
First Rout james Price, George Dickson, William Shively, Malcolm
Ammerman, William Yarnell, Roger Fernau, Albert Snyder.
Second Row: Harold Nearhoof, Edmund Moyer, William Wertz,
George Butterhaugh, Richard Barr, William Thompson, Elwood
Snyder, Ronald Fowler.
Third Row: Harold McConahy, lack Cupper, joseph Turnbaugh,
Robert Brower, Eugene Shuey, Robert Bryan, Lyman Miller.
Fourth Raw: Richard Dworsak, Samuel Parsons, David Black,
Myers Kimmel, Mr. Steigerwalt Iadviserl, Robert Miller.
First Row: Robert Snyder, Robert Keatley, David Duey, Mr. Fleclc fad-
viserl, Mr. Miller Qadviserj, Fred Wells, Robert Patton, Charles Glenn.
Second Raw: William B. Snyder, Floyd Nestlerode, David Barr, Robert
Port, Cvuyer Candy, John Pownall, William C. Snyder, Byron Mogel, Her'
Third Row: Cvlenn Cowher, Donald Patton, Clark Slaelly, john Hiller,
Robert Pzoytim, Richard Shellenberger, Edward Duff, Lester Woodringg.
Ph 1 l!ug1'tLl7l1j' by Cu ppm'
l"lTXlRIl1l'Z Clark Skelly, Albert james, Harry Sinipruse, Rielmar-,l Searer, .lack Buytiin, Kenneth
Hnlr, Charles Glenn, George Wt-siier, Lee Wertz.
SCCU1ltlRU!l'Z Mary Margaret Kirkpatrick, Anna jane Wilstwii, Duruthy Hall, Bernice XX'illianis,
Uuris Hagerman, Mary Ann Leeper, Tessie Rupert, Lois Phillips, Betty Garnian, Ernest lke,
Thml Row: Helen Hull, Kathleen Shea, Ruth Gontlinan, Elvin Rlindes, Louise Russell,
,lanett Ciliairles, Roberta Nearliuof, Vivian Lewis, josephine Mellalian.
lfnurlh Rim: Robert Bathurst, Wfilliarn Cupper, Williaiiii Spnnsler, Mr. Skelly lfaeulty advi-
serl, lflwnnnl Snyder, Enlwaril Paullianius.
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Xezlletl: Mary VC"ilsun, Miss K
Cloueli, Margaret Wist-.
Stamlinyqz Alice Daniels, Hnwarel
llavens, Elva lean Snyiler
Phumgmphy by W'illian1x
Photography by White
I 5 71
The Tyrone Kiwanis Club presented a trophy to the 1937 foot-
ball squad which was the recognized winner of the Central Coun-
ties League. The schools participating in this league are: Morris-
dale, Philipsburg, Clearfield, State College, and Tyrone. ln the
1937 grid season, Tyrone won all the games that it played in this
league, and, accordingly, was awarded the trophy.
ln the following years the Central Counties League will pre-
sent a trophy to the recognized winner ofthe league.
Clipper and Merfirtx
September IO Osceola Mills O Tyrone- 46
The "Quarry Boys" opened the season on a warm Friday night. Osceola was completely outplayed in every way.
Touchdowns Ammerman 3 fCapJ, Snyder 3, Barr 1.
Extra points Ammerman 1, Barr 1.
September 17 Mt. Union -- 6 Tyrone-34
A scrappy Mt. Union team was outplayed the first half, but came back strong in the second half, and scored. The
score came as the result of a blocked kick.
Touchdowns Ammerman Z, Snyder 3.
Extra points Ammerman 4.
September 24 Clearfield - 6 Tyrone-Z6
A scrappy Bison outfit came to Tyrone with a record of one victory and one defeat. The Eagles outclassed them
in every way. The second Tyrone team played almost the entire game.
Touchdowns- Ammerman 1 iCapj, Snyder 2, Parsons 1.
Extra points Ammerman 1, Benn 1.
October 2 jersey Shore-0 Tyrone- -14
The Eagles journeyed to jersey Shore fully confident of victory. The two Orange and Black teams played a spec-
tacular gamc. Ammerman and Snyder scored in the second and fourth quarters.
Touchdowns- -Ammcrman 1, Snyder 1 fCapj.
Extra points- Ammerman 2.
October 8 Morrisdale - O Tyrone 54
A light tricky Morrisdale team was defeated easily by the score of 54 to O. Snyder, Ammerman, and Isenberg gained
ground at all times.
Touchdowns --Snyder 4, Ammerman 3 QCapj, Abramo 1.
Extra points- Ammerman 4, Ayers 1, Benn 1.
Qctgbcr 15 Huntingdon 12 Tyrone- 34
The Huntingdon Bearcats came to Tyrone to try to break Tyrone's winning streak. However, they went home
without succeeding. Snyder and Ammerman were again the ground gainers and scorers.
Touchdowns - Snyder 3 iCapJ, Ammerman 2.
Extra points -Ammerman 4.
October Z3 Bellefonte--O Tyrone-0
Tyrone traveled to Bellefonte and played in an oozing sea of mud. The Eagles played rings around the Bellefonte
squad, making seven iirstdowns to Bel1efonte's none.
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October Z9 State College --'O Tyrone ff 18
Tyrone played their last night game of the season at State College. Tyrone once again outplayed their opponent.
The ancient "Statue of Liberty play" was again used on State, almost resulting in a touchdown.
Touchdownsf-Snyder 2 fCapj, Ammerman 1.
November ll l'-lollidaysburg4O Tyrone - 27
A scrappy Hollidaysburg team held the Eagles scoreless the first half. The second half, however, was completely
dominated by Tyrone. Ammerman scored all the points. He just wouldn't be stopped.
Touchdowns-V Ammerman 4 fCapj.
Extra points -Ammerman 3.
November 20 Philipsburg- O Tyrone- 20
The Philipsburgers came to Tyrone determined to blast our run of luck, but they too failed. The Orangemen would
not be beaten.
Touchdowns-Isenberg 1, Ammerman 1, Steele I.
Extra points--Ammerman 1, Benn 1.
November 25 Altoona-39 Tyrone - 6
The Orangemen went to Altoona for the Final clash between the two elevens. Altoona had too much power for
the Eagles. Ammerman scored in the last quarter, for Tyrone's only score.
Willizini "Bump" Yarnell, husky,
six-foot, one hundred eighty-five
pound tackle was chosen by his fel-
low varsity players as the most valu-
able member of the team and as the
one most deserving of the annual
Levine Brothers' Award.
The award this year was a black
blanket with an orange border. The
center of the blanket was decorated
with a large UT."
Levines are planning to make
this award an annual one, their only
stipulation being that the winner of
the award must have played his last
year of football.
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Firxt Ruw: Charles Cassidy lmanagerj, Stanley Catich, Willialm Hand, Kenneth Li ?,Tetrence Westtwli, Max Snell-
haugh, Ralph Irvin, Harold Sweitzer, Roy Reader, Fred Moist. 'f ,fl . -
Second Row: Robert Herlt lmanagerl, Donald Patton, Paul Rossman, Harry Dawson, Duane Langenhacher, Franklin
Ammerman, George Kirkpatrick, Elvin Rhodes, Reeder Singler, Harold Benton, Willizim Fowler, Willianx Roberts
Thin! Row: Vernon Etters, Merle Albright, Harry johnson, Pete Spanelli, Willizlm Curry, Carl Burwell, Williaim
C. Snyder, Bert Ellenbcrger, Boyd Huff, Barney Faust, Harold Houser, Robert Port.
Fourth Row: Harold Eckert lassistant coachj, Charles Waple, Russel Cruikshank, Stewart Shea, Harry Eckert,
George Whitmairi, William Knarr, Richard Shellenherger, Alexander Catich, Chalmer Burkett, Karl LaPorte Qcoachj.
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Hull, Little, Seymo
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Mover lmnnngerl, llolwerl
james, Earl Kzlspiuk, lose
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Miller, loseph Alwrnmo,
Ronald Fowler lninnngerl.
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rolm fxllillltffliilll, lohn
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,Innuary 7 Hollidnyshurg 43 Tyrone Z4
Tyrone opened the Mountain League hy defeating H-Burg 43 to 29.
The Eagles' offensive drives proved to he too much for the visiting team.
january 11 Philipslnurg- 32 Tyrone 31
After fighting hard for three quarters, the Eagles' were overcome and
defeated hy the "Blue and White." This game was very fast and rough.
Almost the entire team was "thrown out" on fowls.
january I4 Mt. Union 44 TyroneA3f1
The Trojans of Mt. Union journeyed to Tyrone and defeated the Eagles,
44 to 36. Only in the last quarter did Tyrone show its usual pep, when
it outscored the Trojans 10 to 3.
lanuary 18 Lewistown - 41 Tyrone -29
The fast-breaking Silktowners handed Tyrone its third Mountain League
defeat. lt seemed as though Tyrone couldn't get an early enough start, for
it wasn't until the third quarter that Tyrone outscored its opponents.
january 21 Huntingdon Z4 Tyrone 17
The undefeated Bearcats journeyed to Tyrone, determined to keep a
clean slate. Tyrone tried hard to break their winning streak, but Hunt-
ingdon added speed and accuracy and came out on top.
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First Raw: Charles lgou, Glenn Abrams, Guyer Candy, Clark Skelly, Charles Glenn,
Second Row: William Ellenberger fmanagerj, Samuel Miles, Harold Sweitzer, Clifford
Watson, Joseph Smith, David Barr, Meryl Noel, Mr. LaPorte fcoachj.
February 4 Ho1lidaysburg+29 Tyrone-30
Tyrone defeated the H-burgers again with a last minute shot by Herlt. With twenty seconds to go and
Hollidaysburg leading, Ammerman intercepted a pass and threw the ball to Herlt. Herlt sank a "pepe" and won
February 8 Philipsburgf1'l Tyrone-31
Tyrone defeated Philipsburg in a fast, rough game. The Eagles were "on" and were determined not to be
beaten. This was the first time in many years that Tyrone defeated P-burg.
February 11 Mt. Union-37
The Mt. Union Trojans defeated the Eagles by the score of 37 to 29. The Eagles were out in front but could
not keep the pace.
February 15 Lewistown-35
The Silktowners journeyed to Tyrone and outplayed the Eagles. The Lewistowners took the lead and never
relinquished it. Tyrone could not keep up with the fast pace of the Silktowners.
February 18 Huntingdonf 36
Tyrone journeyed to Huntingdon and defeated the Mountain League Champs 38 to 36. The teams were tie,
35 to 35, at the end of the game.
In the extra period both teams made a foul and then james made a field goal to win the game.
Tyrone won seven and lost eleven games.
A fair season.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
Visitors T. IL V
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.. ...19 .... H27
Mr. Bloom, Mr. Snyder, Mr.
Stonebraker, Mr. Shollenberger,
Mr. Cberly, Mr. Miller iMana-
The faculty basketball team of Tyrone High School has been an active organif
zation during the last few years. This year the faculty team defeated Morrisdale,
Madeira, and several homeroom teams. They were defeated by the Philipsburg
Faculty team and the Tyrone Varsity.
The financial returns of the faculty games are used for intramural equipment
and to help support the track team.
ilivrnrh nf Elrark Eurnta
100 yds. .103
120 yds. .245
440 yds. 58.0
880 yds. 2.6.3
200 Low Hurdles .24.9
Half Mile Relay 1.31
Half Mile Relay 1.37
Half Mile Relay 1.37
Half Mile Relay 1.37
Record Year of
'rnadc in Graduation
19 37 1940
First Row: Ronald Fowler, George
liutterbaugh, Paul Vlermino, Frank
Dimemmo, Samuel Ayres, john Mil-
ler, Robert lgoii.
Sammi Roar: Vern o n Etters
ildanagerj, Vlames Price, Herman
lirown, Malcolm Atnmerman, Lester
Vlfoodring, Richard Ormsby, Robert
Thml Row: Mr. Shollenberger
ifloachl, lxiillard Stonebraleer, Don-
ald Kirk, Bernard Shiltlr, Myers
Kimmel, Albert Snyder, ,loc Fran-
chio, Roger Fernaii, Mr. Snyder
Photography by Waite I
Photography by Cuppcr
Photography by Cupper
The Girls' Intramural Program opened this year with another new sport added to
its list, namely tennis. Tournaments were held in Senior High only, in both Singles
and Doubles. Due to a lack of time the latter tournament was not completed, but will
be completed in the spring. In the Singles tournament, the laurels are held by Betty
Garman, Helen Sevel, Louise Fuoss, Janet Miller, Dorothy Waite, and Marie Troxell.
With the passing of tennis, the volleyball season opened in both junior and Senior
Highs. Many interesting games were played off in this activity. ln Senior High, rooms
204, 208 and 210 were victoriousg while in Junior High the olive wreath went to the
following sections as winners of their respective grades: ninth grade 9-4, eighth grade
8-3, and seventh grade 7-1 and 7-4.
Upon the completion of volleyball, basketball again became king of sports in Senior
High. This is a game greatly enjoyed by the girls, and each game played proved to be
closely contested. The end of the tournament found the following rooms proud win-
ners-senior room 202, junior room 210, and sophomore room 302.
Captain ball, a lead-up game to basketball, was played in junior High, but clue to
the fact that the tournament was not completed before this book went to press, the
victorious rooms could not be given.
BUILDINC OF PYRAMIDQ
3' 5 MODERNESTIC DANCING
This year a Girls' Gym Leaders Club
was organized in Senior High, to assist in
the daily gym classes and the Intramural
Program. The refereeing and scoring of
all the games were in charge of the club
members. Special sports, such as fencing
and badminton, were taken up in this
This year in the Intramural sports we
had approximately 310 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, the
room captains, and the Leaders Club,
with Miss Stewart.
Appreciation is expressed to the fol-
lowing groups and individuals for making
the intramural season so successful: QU
The Student Body, KZ, Home Room Cap-
tains, f3J Gym Leaders Club-with spe-
cial mention of Dorothy Hall, Mary Heyl,
Mary Ann Weikert, Margaret Wise, Mar-
del Stover, Alfreda Lytle, Ardriene
Batcheler, Peggy Glenn, Sara Wiser,
Louise Fuoss, and Betty Garman, and Q41
Photography by Cupper
BUILDING OF PYRAMIDS
Ph t A ajhy by C ppur
Tyrone High School
Rah, Rah, Rah.
Engle' Zlntramural Hrngram
1. Touch football .... .....................
Volley ball ....
3. Basketball ,....
4. Wrestling ...........
5. Playground ball
9th grade . .
. . . . . 7-8-9-10-11-12th grades
. . . ..... 7-8-9-10-11-12th grades
.. . . . . . .10-11-12th grades
in gym classes onlyl
.....7-4 7th grade.... ....'.7-4
-----8'2 8thgrade.... .......8-4
9th grade ...,.. . ...... 1 .9-7
Sr. High "B" league ....... Room 302
Sr. High "A" league .............
115 w't class
125 w't class
135 w't class
145 w't class
158 w't class
175 w't class
Rooms 204 and 210 tied .
Jack Herlt and
Sr. High "B" league ....... Room 302
Sr. High "A" league ...... Room 204
Room 212 'winner
Room 206 runner-up
Samuel Ayers fTiedD
Photography by Cupper
Touch football .... .... 1 40 participants
Volley ball ..... .... 1 94 participants
Basketball .... .... 1 72 participants
Wrestling .... .... 5 5 participants
Photography by Cuppur
ON FOR TYRONE
On for Tyrone! On for Tyrone!
Run right through that lineg
Take the ball around the end, boys
Touchdown sure this time.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
On for Tyrone! On for Tyrone!
Fight hard for your fame.
Fight, fellows, fight, fight, iight
We'll win this game.
Those responsible for the program were-
Carl A. Shollenberger-Director of Intra-
Robert Bloom--Ass't. Intramural Director
Photography by Crapper
ORANGE AND BLACK
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 endeavorg
We'll sing as we march to the fray,
And by our right and by our might
We'll stand forever!
YEA, TEAM, FIGHT!
Yea, team, fight!
Yea, team, fight!
Yea, team, fight!
COME ON EAGLES
Come on, Eagles,
Come on, Eagles,
Come on, Eagles,
FIGHT, TEAM, FIGHT
Fight, team, fight!
Fight, team, fight!
Fight, team, fight team,
Fight team, fight!
Are you in it?
I guess yes
Tyrone High School
Yes, Yes, Yes.
That's the way you spell itg
This is the way you yell it-
Alla genick, genack, genack
Z-4-6-8 Alla genick, genack, genack
2-4-6-8 Hur-rah Tyrone! Hur-rah Tyrone
Whom do we appreciate? T-Y-R-O-N-E
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Photography by Fink
Illrrnrhz In Bair nf Iliielh Bag 151121115
103 ft. 10 in.
39 ft. 2 in.
158 ft. 10 in.
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AMPLIFICATION OF FIELD DAY EVENTS
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Field Day exercises for all of the pupils of the Tyrone public schools were held
on Gray Field-May 20, 1937. The committee in charge of the program planned
the following events.
Olympic Games-with Runner
Greece-Greek Frieze-Senior girls
arching Drill-Junior boys
nd and Dumb-bell Drill--Fifth and sixth grades
Denmark-Interpretative Dance-Eighth and ninth grade girls
Folk Dance Period
Ireland-Irish Dance-Seventh grade girls
tch Dance-Third and fourth grade girls
Story Plays-First and second grade
nior boys and girls
PANORAMIC VIEVV OF FIELD DAY ACTIVITY
i751 Photography by Robison
f A A A
Photography by Robison
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Dlamond T Trucks BENSON 'S
Smith's at Northwood
LADIES' DRESSES AND MILLINERY
Store Open Evenings for Your Convenience
We Save You Money!
Tim's Service Station
Wilson Chemical I' T- B10ugh,P'0P-
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Wolf Furniture Co.
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1100 BLAIR AVENUE
Phone 696 BIRMINGHAM, PA.
A. G. ANDREW
Compliments f' t
WILSGN and EL PATIO
Under 'Direction of
ALWAYS THE FINEST IN
Matinees and Evening Shows
Daily at Each Theatre
Haines The Shoe Wizard, Neil Gray, Manager
Miss L. C. Traynor
Lantern Tea Room
The Templeton Company
Mr. E. Updike's Meat Market
Reader's Barber Shop
Geraci's Shoe Shop
Ed. Dickson, Dairy-Confections
Katie M. White, Katicfs Beauty Shoppe
Paul Henry, Barber Shop
E. Lillian Miller, Notary Public
Richard H. Gilbert, Aftorney-at-law
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Abrams, C. B. .................. . . . .... . . . 82
Acklin jewelry Co. ............... . . 95
Altoona Chemical janitor Supply .... . . 84
Altoona School of Commerce ...... . . 88
Andrew, A. G. ............... . . 100
Arlington Hotel .......... .. 88
Batcheler and Minemier. . . . . 82
Betsy Ross Bakery ............ . . 84
Biggins and Heberling ......... . . 91
Birmingham School for Girls .... . . 100
Black Brothers .............. . . 98
Black's Service Station ...... .. 84
Blatchforcl Furniture Co. .... . . 96
Block's ............... . . 97
Bowser, H. F. ............... . . 84
Burkholder Maytag Electric .... .. 91
Burley Service Station ...... .. 86
Camp's Delicatessen ..... , . 86
Capital Shoe Store .... .. 91
Corner Room ....... . . 91
Davis Service Station .... .. 93
De Ferie, Lawrence J. ..... . . 84
Diehl's Beauty Shoppe .... .. 83
Engelman's Florist Shop. . . . . 81
F. 5: F. Dye Works ...... . . 85
Feller's Garage .............. .. 100
Fink Brothers ................. . .
First Blair County National Bank .... . .
Fisher, J. W. ................... . .
Flenner Insurance Agency ...... . .
Forcey, D. F. ............ . .
Forcey, E. J. ............ . .
Fullington Auto Bus Co.. . . . . 78
Gardner's Candy Store .... . . 83
Gardner, Harry ...... . . 89
Garman Brothers .... . . 90
Garman, jeweler ..... . . 85
Getz, A. L., 8: Sons .... . . 88
Getz Meat Market .... .. 78
Guyer's Clover Farm. . . . . 98
Hagg, John ......... . . 84
Hall, Paul L. ........... . . 90
Harpster Chevrolet Co. .... . . 80
Herald ..................... . . 85
Hickes Grocery ................ . . 89
High School Tours to Washington ...... . . 80
Hiller Insurance Agency ................ . . 88
Home Electric Light 8: Steam Heating Co. .... . . 98
Hostetter ......................... . . . 83
Jack's Place ...... . . . 90
Jones, B. C. ..... . .
Juniata College . . . . .
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Kendall .................................... . . 81
Kienzle Bakery ............ . . 90
Kline Brothers Smart Shoppe .... . . 96
Kloss Florist Shop ............ .. 93
Koener's Beauty 8: Barber Shop .... . . 96
Kurtz Brothers .............. . . 95
Levine Brothers ............ . . 85
Lugg 81 Edmonds. . . . . 90
Mann Printing Co. .... . . 80
McCartney's ........ . . 82
McConahy, Chandler .... . . 97
McLanahans ........ . . 85
Miller Brothers ...... . . 91
Miller, G, B. .......... . . 79
Miller, H. K. ........... .. 90
New Method Varnish Co. .... . . 85
Paul's Diner ........... . . 98
Pennsylvania Hotel ..... . . 85
Phillips Studio .... . . 83
Piper's Restaurant ...... . . 82
Posey's Clover Farm ..... . . 81
Rea 84 Derick .......... . . 81
Rodgers Service Station. . . . . 93
Rorabaugh, Andy ...... . . 91
Rose's Beauty Shoppe .... . . 80
Rothert Co. ........... . . . . 79
Rupert Chevrolet .............. . . 95
Schirm's Cut Rate ................ . . 88
Sealfon Salvage 8: Service Station .... . . 86
Shaffer Meat Plant .............. .. 86
Shulick's Garage ............. . . 86
Smith's At Northwood .... . . 99
Smith's Garage ........ . . 96
Snyder, C. T. ..... . . 80
Spalding, A. G ..... . . 81
Spriggs, Lew ........ . . 89
Standard Pennant Co. .... . . 84
The Villa .......... . . 96
Tim's Service Station .... .. 99
Tyrone Laundry Co. ...... . . 93
Tyrone Lime 84 Stone Co. .... . . 82
Tyrone-Norwalk Vault Co.. . . . . 78
Tyrone Times ............. . . 85
Waple's Dairy ............... . . 82
Well's and Way Service Station ..., . . 89
Wertz, S. G. ................... . . 97
West Virginia Pulp 8: Paper Co. .... . . 92
Wilson Chemical Co. ............ . . 99
Wilson Theatre .............. . . 101
Winter's Music Store ..., .. 89
Wolf's Furniture Store. . . . . 99
Zang, Joe ix Co. ...... . . 97
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