Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1941
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Within a crook of God's world
Each day there it stands
To light a flame of happiness
To each and every man . . .
--Betty Reese, Class of
BLAIR COUNTY PRESS ASSOCIATION
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Where the jewels of nature's toil
Mingle with the hard-worked soilg
Where bubbling springs and lazy rivers flowg
Where birds pause in their Bight
Even in the darkest night
Lies a city fait and bright-Tyrone.
Where the sounds of manufacture
Mingle with the gay, light laughter
And ring round the streets and corners far and nearg
Where the sound of moving doors
Point out the busy stores
Lies a city of fame--proclaimed Tyrone.
Where every one obeys the rule
Even to the smallest one in schoolg
Where every stranger feels at home,
And few desire from it to roam
There is a city truly home-Tyrone.
--Charles Stiles, Ir., Class of '41
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I guess there isn't any space or place in which you roam
That's quite as swell a place to dwell as the place you call your home.
That may be why the natives sing and bring in voices loud
A song all down the little town of which they're very proud,
And you'd excuse their pride, not chide, if you lived in Tyrone,
And you would shout, without a doubt, and not in undertone.
From east to west our schools are best, and brilliant are our teachers,
We have a lot of churches, too, with learned priest and preachers.
We've several scores of splendid stores where you can do your shopping,
And restaurants line where you can dine, and hotels for your stopping.
The darkest night our streets are bright, you walk and do not stumble,
And as you walk ou'll stop to talk to friends both rich and humble.
Our High School Band' sounds very grand with bugles loudly blaring,
For this was long a town of song--the home town of Fred Waring.
We take our parts in all the arts-composers and portrayers,
Musicians, choirs, chorus, glees-and e'en the Tyrone Players. -
The Herald daily adds new zest and keeps abreast in all the newsg
And we're loyal to our Hag that furls along the avenues.
And so in praise my voice I raise to the town I call my own,
And I sing loud with accents proud: Hail! Hail! Long Live Tyrone!
-Janet Dayton, Class of '41
Photography on pager .fix and :even is credited to
Laura Richardson of lronwille, Penmylvama
The Class of '41 respectfully dedicates its yearbook to Mr. Bern
Oberly. For more than a score of years Mr. Oberly has given
unstintedly of his time and services without remuneration in the inter-
ests of athletics. Such unselish service receives its reward in the
evidence tangible on this page, and in the knowledge of having had a
part in the successes of our various athletic teams.
MR. BERN OBERLY
SUDTZLLCE. CUEEIQ CTLLYLYLEQ
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The memorial plate pictured here was unveiled on
May 25, l94O, as a part of the Field Day Program. The
plate itself was placed very appropriately on one of the
pillars which command the main entrance to Gray Field,
an addition to school property which Mr. Vanneman, as
citizen and school director, strove so hard to make a
The Tyrone Kiwanis Club made possible the presenta-
tion of the memorial plaque to the Tyrone School Board.
Le!! In riylvzz Mr. Frank Acl-tlin, Mr. Robert A. Miller, Mr. Luther Woonuer tSecretaryJ, Mr.
Foster E. Barr fPresidc-ntl, Mr. Harry N. Glass lVice-Presidentl, Dr. Roscoe M. Quigley, Mr. joe
TYRONE BOROUGH SCHOOL BOARD
Deep in our hearts we'll always have a place
For you, Tyrone, and if we chance to roam
To seek our fortune, you will be the home
Of our returning. The world cannot efface
The happy days we knew, nor time erase
Our memory of you, e'en 'cross the foam
Your fertile hills, your streams, your very loam
Will call us back into your fond embrace.
Here was our joy, our school days, youth, romance,
Our football team, our teachers, and our class
Of nineteen forty-one, the final quest-
Commencement, Class Day, and the junior Dance.
There is no town on earth that can surpass
TYRONE-a toast to you, the very best.
-janet Dayton, Class of '41
Miss Lelia Smith, Mr. Norman Miller, Miss Thelma Wilson
SUPERINTENDENT AND SECRETARIES
N. GRANT HIXSON
Mr. N. Grant Hixson came to Tyrone from the Vfarriors
Mark Franklin Consolidated School, where he had taught
four years. During most of the seven years which Mr.
I-lixson has spent in the Tyrone schools, he has taught
mathematics and served as Athletic Business Manager.
Assisting the principal and serving as a director of boys
in guidance were additional duties for Mr. Hixson this
Mr. Hixson is a graduate of Juniata College, which
awarded him a Bachelor of Science Degree. Penn State
awarded him a Masters Degree in the held of education.
Miss Elizabeth Delozier, Mr. F. Clark Skelly
PRINCIPAL AND SECRETARY
TYRONE RESERVOIR-STULTZ FIELD-GRAZIERVILLE BRIDGE
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First Row: Kerr Bloom
Second Row: Barrett
Third Row: Moore Shope Musser
Pbolography by Walk and Wilmn
MR. JOSEPH LA PORTA
Subftitute Teacher for Shop
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walt Wolfgang Daniels Eckert judge Hixson Miller La Porte Aurand
Billingsley Lucas Myers Woomer Hemminger Eble Bieleield Latshaw Leonard
'lornmesser Wilson MacDowell Grafius Crawford Barr Kloss Piper Frain Poorbaugh
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BLOOM, ROBERT L.
DANIELS, J. H.
FRAIN, MRS. GRAYSON
HIXSON, N. GRANT
KURTZ, MAR JORIE
MILLER, WARREN E.
STEIGERWALT, S. E.
WOLFGANG, R. T.
French, English, Penmanship
Mathematics, Guidance, Administration
Vocational Home Economics
General Home Economics
Health, Physical Education
Health, Physical Education
Grove City, Pa.
Warriors Mark, Pa
New Holland, Pa.
ALBRIGHT, MERLE D. Moe
Husky . . . one of the Dworsak gang . . . sportsman . . ."Join
the Navy to see the world". . . contented . . . pleasant . . .
AMMERMAN, FRANKLIN Frank
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football 1, 2, 3g Mat Team 1, 2, 35 Mana-
ger Track Team I, 2, 35 Wrestling 25 Mixed Chorus 3
Aspires to be a navy man . . . well-dressed . . . majors in foot-
ball . . . frequently seen on Park Avenue
ANDREWS, T. JOE Joe
Glee Club 33 Mixed Chorus 3
May be found on Twenty-First Street . . . taking up the
finer points of life and learning to dance . . . dislikes having
his picture taken . . . cheerful . . . devilish
BAILEY, GLADYS DELORES Dee
Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3
Nice-looking . . . interested in a New Jersey Joe . .
sociable . . . frequenter of Paul's Diner . . . giddy
BARNES, ARTHUR K. Art
Bisignis Club 2
Extremely quiet . . . from Grazierville . . . hunter and archer
. . . girls take no part of his time . . . earnest . . . easy-going.
BARTO, ALBERTA BETTY Jack
Glee Club 1, 2
Has a great desire to finish school . . . hates to get up in
the- morning . . . mdulges in ice skating and swimming . . .
amicable . . . "It's a tomato"
BATCHELER, FRANK Butch
Band I, 2, 35 Bisignis Club 23 Falcon Staff 33 Glee Club 3g
Hi-Y 1, 34 Mixed Chorus 3
Can't understand why mealtime comes only three times a
day . . . quiet . . . likes music . . . wants to be a white-collar
BATEMAN, BETTY JANE Bell:
Bisignis Club 2g Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus 3
Genial . . . hopes to be a good helpmate . , . clerk's at
McCrory's . . . an engaging friend . . . favorite spot is Hoover's
BATHURST, MARJORIE EILEEN Marge
Glee Club 2
Composed . . ."Mother, I come home to board", . . good
speller . . . coy , . , well-liked . . . abhors gossipy people
BENTON, HAROLD Baldy
I Roguish . . . ambition-less . . . West Tyroner . . . skates
ABKAMO BAILEY BATHURST and hunts . . . a pal of many . . . teaser . . , self-reliantr. . .
ABRAMS BARNES BENTON diverting
ALBRIGHT BARTO BICKEL
AMMERMAN BATCHELER BOAL
ANDREWS BATEMAN BICKEL, ROBERT O. Ridgerunner
I . Football 2, 39 Wrestling 2, 3
ABRAMO, TINDARA E- M. Tmme Tall . . . well built . . , reserved . . . does not spend his
Reserved . . u enjoys Home Economics I s l petite u I I hopes time with the fairer sex . . . excels in football and wrestling
to be a secretary . . . reticent . . . likable . . ."Oh, Boy!". . . - ' - halls ffom Bald Eagle
good-natured . . . sympathizing
BOAL, MIRIAM Tiny
ABRAMS, H. GLENN Abie
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football 15 Mixed Chorus 34 Hi-Y3g
Spokesman Stal? 3g Mat Team 3
Has succeeded in being a good bachelor . . . takes part in
all sports . . . enjoys James Cagney any time
Glee Club 2g Gym Leaders' Club 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 39 Tri-
Hi-Y l, 2, 3
Likes dancing . . . exquisite dresser . . . cheerful . .
enjoys going to Paul's Diner . . ."Thar would be tender". .
it's a secret
BRATTON, HELEN LOUISE Nin
Gym Leaders' Club 2, 3g Library Staff 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3
Likes to travel . . . would like to have a home with Reed . . .
has a delinite hatred for the National Guards . . . regular specta-
tor at the Football Field
BRESSLER, RAYMA LEE Mike
Glee Club 2, 3
Individual . . . horseback rider . . . loquacious . . . eager to be
graduated . . . Nelson Eddy fan . . . admirable . . . sensitive to
BRIGGS, VERYL M. Peg
Pleasant . . . rides around in a blue Ford . . . prefers War1'iors
Mark . . . makes a hobby of collecting souvenirs . . . cute
BRISBIN, GENEVIEVE Jennie
Bisignis Club 2g Spokesman Staff 3
Fastidious . . . versatile . . ."You said 'er, pall". . . dances . . .
frequent goer to movies . . . rehned
BRISBIN, SAMUEL, JR. Sam
Greatest desire is to be graduated . . . quiet . . . friendly . . .
baseball and hunting occupy most of his time . . . likes the
mountains around Tyrone
BUCK, MARY JANE jane
Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 35 Spokesman Staff 3
Has a favorite who is an army man. . . talkative . . . set on
bein an Air Hostess . . .enjoys dancing . . . likes Tyrone in
BURLEY, JEAN ELIZABETH Bean
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3g Falcon Stan' 31 Glce Club 1, 25 Spokes-
man Staff 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Bisignis Club 2
Likes everything around town . . . striving to be a good cook
. . . animated . . . enjoys eating, dancing, and Clark Gable . . .
neat dresser . . . giggles
BURNS, VELMA KATHERN Punch
Science Club 1, 2g Glee Club 1
Refreshing . . . seldom seen without chewing gum . . .trailed
by another senior . . . wants to be a beautician . . .little
BURNS, WILLIAM V. Will
Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 33 Orchestra 3
Hopes to be a minister . . . goes for baseball . . . collects pen-
nants . . . cannot seem to put the car into the garage without
hitting something . . . lively . . . plays bass in the band . . .
CAFFARELLI, ROSE MARY R0
Bisignis Club 23 Spokesman Staff 2, 3
"Gee" alwa s a 1 in wder and li stick enjoys
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walking and dancing . . . hails rom Ironsville . . . has a devilish
twinkle in her eyes . . . happy
CAMP, JUNE LEE Campie
Glee Club 1, 2g Gym Leaders' Club 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 35
Spokesman Staff 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
Inventive . . . head of the Spokesman Staff . . . favors a certain
Bald Eagle lad . . , pennant collector
CATICH, STANLEY R. Stan
Football 1, 2, 3
Athletic . . . drives a Model A Ford-after cranking it . . .
frequents Washington Avenue . . . impressive . . ."Lazybones"
COLITTO, HELEN ROSE
A Retiring in school . . . souvenir collector . . . intends to be an
old maid . . . humorous . . . dress-shop hound . . ."Hey, you!"
CONWAY, EDWARD EARL
Hi-Y 2, 3, Track Team 1, 2, 3
Veteran of the track team . . . rides a bicycle . . . likes hiking
. . . Gary Cooper holds his heart in the movie
. . . does not bother the "gals". . . Democrat
world . . . quiet
BRISBIN, S. CAFFARELLI
BRATTON BUCK CAMP
BRESSLER BURLEY CATICH
BRIGGS BURNS. V. COLITTO
BRISBIN, G. BURNS, W. CONWAY
COX, JEAN MARDELL Jennie
Our beautician . . . her heart is in Decker's Hollow . . . swims
and draws . . . dislikes sophisticated people . . . giggles . . . spends
her spare time in the theater
CULLISON, BETTIE Bam
Mixed Chorus 3
just a new comer to T. H. S, . . . wants to be an interior
decorator . . . enjoys dancing . . ."E-yowl". . . wonders why the
paper mill must work all of the time . . . coquette
CULLISON DAWSON ELLENBERGER
CULVER DAYTON FERNAU
DANNAWAY DILLON FETZER
DAUGHENBAUGH ECKERT FLECK
CULVER, WILLIAM B. Puppy
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Science Club 1, 2, 3
Radio-minded . . . hopes to be an electrical engineer . . . bicy-
clist . . . has a great inspiration in Hillcrest . . . dislikes people
who talk too much . . . always answers, "Nuts!"
DANNAWAY, SAMUEL Darhaway
Uses very big words . . . aspires to be a farmer, mechanic, or
professional golfer . . . likes the feminine hussies . . . pet peeve
is garrulous prevaricators . . ."Phooey"
DAUGHENBAUGH, JAMES SEYMOUR jim
Original . . . happy-go-lucky . . . considers Tyrone an unat-
tractive town . . . tinkers with the car . . . fiddler
DAVIDSON, GLADYS E. Peeny
Glee Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3
Spends much of her leisure time embroidering . . . possesses
a deep voice . . . plays basketball . . . eager to get her diploma
DAWSON, HARRY Pete
Felicitous . . . distributor of the news . . . takes everything as
a joke . . . a "Babe Ruth slugger". . .plans to be an airplane
DAYTON, JANET COLLEEN Iunnie
Falcon Staff 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Gym Leaders' Club 1, 2, 33
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
Actress of the senior class. . .likes everything about Tyrone
. . . popular . . . puts in much time in the theater with Lew
Ayres . . .collegiate
Reposeful . . . individual . . . usually found with her nose in a
book . . . friend indeed . . . untiring nature . . . timorous
ECKERT, HARRY J. Brub
Football l, 2, 3
Unobtrusive . . . talkative with friends . . . sincere . . . football
player . , . likes to eat and sleep . . . dances
ELLENBERGER, BERT WILLIAM Bill
Football lg Football Manager 2, 3
Gloomy world-no money! no car! no girl! . . . would like to
take up aviation . . . neat . . . full of fun . . . likes Donald Duck
. . ."Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar"
FERNAU, NANCY MITCHELL N ance
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Gym Leaders' Club 1, 2, 35 Red Cross I
Ambition is to spend a whole season in Ocean City . . .likes
driving a car and dancing . . . deplores an empty gas tank . . .
cautious of the speed traps . . . tall
FETZER, EVELYN ALMINA Eve
Glee Club 1, 3
Giglet . . . aims to own a chewing gum factory . . . voluble . . .
has a preference for State College . . . tiny . . . noisy
FLECK, ALICE FLORINE Flecky
Glee Club 2, Gym Leaders' Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 32 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3
Has a pick upon a certain member of the National Guard . . .
hangs out at Marie's . . . desires to be a kindergarten teacher . . .
"I'm ignoring you"
FLECK, CHARLOTTE I. Chuck
Irresolute . . . is seen often in a Ford . . . chatty . . . another
senior is the "apple of her eye" . . . blithe
FLECK, MARJORIE B. Sir
Tall . . . comely . . . attracted to Warriors Mark . . . refined . . .
regular "Blondie". . . fortunate . . . takes things as they come
FORCEY, LORETTA M. Doodle
Glee Club 1. 2g Mixed Chorus 3g Science Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y
Just wants to be a housewife. . .ignores parlor lights . . .
hangs out at the soda fountain . . .enjoys driving the Olds-
mobile . . .full of fun . . . jovial
FRIDAY, LOIS FERN Wimpy
Lofty . . . boyish . . . skims over the ice with the greatest of
ease . . .good sport . . . quiet . . ."Well, I'll be dog-goned!"
FULKERSON, WILLIAM K. Bill
Adopted from Altoona . . . can't stand the quiet, small-town
life . . . pursuer of game . . . makes a perfect villain
FUOSS, LEONARD LEE Uncle Duck
Band 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Debating l
All-around fellow . . . one of the "Sreigites". . . ambitionless
. . . watches the Buicks go by . . . hikes to the Eastlawn Cemetery
. . . likes broad-minded people . . . seems contented while in the
GARDNER, NANCY JANE Nance
Glee Club 1, 25 Gym Leaders' Club l, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 33
Spokesman Staff l, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
A peanut vender . . . cannot seem to remember to stop at red
lights . . . dislikes indifferent people . . .lighthearted . . . liloes
that certain boy
GATES, DONALD HOFFMAN Don
Band 1, 2, 3g Spokesman Staff 55 Camera Club 3
A double for Donald Budge. . .interested in salesmanship
. . , very dependable . . . prefers his own company
GIBBONEY, JANE CLEMENTINE Clem
Glee Club l
Singular . . . capricious . . . her objective is to be a nurse . . .
bookworm . . . likes the wide, open spaces . . . jolly
GILLAM, JAMES C. jim
Goliath . . ."wiz" in Economics . . . from Chicago . . . plays
"hunt the hare". . .works at Gillam Brothers
GIVLER, BETTY JANE
Glee Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 3g Science Club 3
Exiguous . . . movie fan . . . favorite tree is Pine . . . rubescent
maid . . . enjoys dancing. . . a sincere associate
GLENN, CHARLES D. Sonny
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3
Ingenious . . . dwarf-like . . ."O. K., Joe! . . agile . . . aspires
to be a State Patrolman . . . good swimmer . . . hiker
FLECK, C. FULKERSON GILLAM
FLECK, M. Fuoss Glv1.En
FORCEY GARDNER GLENN
FRIDAY GATES GOSS
GOSS, BETTY LARUE Gorrie
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 3
Small fry . . ."Well, All Right!". . . dainty . . . good cook . . .
likes dancing . . . wants to learn to drive . . . changeable . Q .
GRAFFIUS, RICHARD S. Dicla
Football 2g Track Team lg Mixed Chorus 3
Modest . . . lives in Spruce Creek . . . owns a Pontiac . . .
travels often to Altoona . . . blushes easily ,
GRAZIER, ALTON EUGENE
Mat Team 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2
Soda jerker at the Corner Room. . , second home on Penn-
sylvania Avenue , . . pool-shark . . . powerful
GROVE, RUTH HELEN B10 ndie
Refined . . . serious student . . ."Did you see Gus?", , . polite
. . .' It's three o'clock in the morning". . . spirited
GUTTSHALL, MARY ALICE
Glee Club 2g Mixed Chorus 35 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3g Camera
Assiduous . . . stately . . . enviable hair . . . preference for a
Mifilm male . . . elevated . . . congenial
HAGG, M. LOUISE Weire
Science Club 1, 2
Interested in a last year's graduate . . . skier . . . wants to join
the pulse-testing profession . . . attractive. . .laughs often . . .
HALE, M. JANE Buckey
Science Club 1, 2
Tomboyish . . . thinks Altoona is too far away . . . car-smasher
. . . aspires to become a professional nurse
HARDY, FRANCES J. M oe
Football lg School Patrol 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 2
Cecil's chum . . . shines in sciences . . . wrestler . . . likes girls
in general . . . avoids speed traps
HARLOWE, FRANCIS E. luck
Built on a small scale . . .owner of black wavy hair. . .the
navy or aviation attracts him as a future occupation . . . ambitious
HARRIS, J. EDWARD, JR. Ed
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Very studious . . . friendly . . . aspires to be an army oflicer
. . . likes football, reading, and dancing . . . comes from Home-
wood . . . admires the girls of T. H. S.
HARRIS, EDWIN F. Lenz
Speed demon. . .bent upon being a mechanic . . .hates to
have a gas tank register empty . . . smokes a pipe
HASSLER, MURIEL ELIZABETH Had
Glee Club 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 5
Our opera star . . . perspicacious . . . tennis player . hates. to
walk . . . amicable . . . finds some special attraction in Phila-
HERLT, ROBERT G. Boob
Football Manager 1
Mischievous . . . chauffeurs his pals in a grey Chevy . . .
argumentative . . . hankers to be an aviator . . . pesters the girls
HEVNER, MARJORIE ANN Marge Q
Gym Leaders' Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 5
Good looking . . . pleasant . . . Heat . . . full of animation . . .
detests "Pardon me, but you look like Margie". . .her heart is
in East Tyrone
GRAZIER HALE HASSLER
GROVE HARDY HERLT
GUTTSHALL HARLOWE HEVNER
HAGG HARRIS, J. HICKES
HARRIS, E. HICKS
HICKES, WILLARD Will
Travels with Bud and Max . . . coachman of a Plymouth . . .
dates out-of-town girls . . ."butcher boy" when not in school
HICKS, PHYLLIS RAE Felix
Glee Club 1, 2
Good typist . . . merry-maker . . . a giggle: . . . attracted to
Spruce Creek . . . agreeable . . . flighty
HOLLAND, ELWOOD LYNN Sum
Tom Thumb . . . bashful . . ."Dutchy". . . obtained from Mor-
risdale . . . saves old coins . . . objects to Paper Mill . . . ladies'
man . . . active
HOLLY, MARIE ELIZABETH
Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2. 3
"Kilie" is tops. . . dainty dancer. . . good-looking . . .full of
spirit . . . an open-hearted friend . . . thorough . . . slender
HOLLY IGOU JOHNSON, M.
HOMAN IKE. A. JOHNSON. R.
HOOVER IKE, M. JOHNSTON. H,
HOUCK JOHNSON, H. JOHNSTON, L.
HOMAN, PAUL EDWARD Paul
Quiet . . . quick-witted . . . hangs out at Annabellc's . . .-travels
to East Tyrone quite often . . . amb1t1on is to End a girl who
looks like Margie
HOOVER. CECIL K.
School Patrol l, 2, 3
Slender as a thread . . . shuns conceitecl girls . . . companion-
able . . . passes much of his time in dreamland
HOUCK, MARJORIE LENOA lion-lee
Sunny . . . in a blissful state when with a certain Tipton chap
. . . accumulator of horse pictures . . . her ambition ts well known
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HOUSER, PAULINE FAYE Polly
Falcon Staff 5
Wearer of red . . , observant . . . bears the burden ofbusiness
manager of the yearbook well . . .ujitterbug '. . . beautiful hair
IGOU, ROBERT D. Rabbit
Mat Team lg Track Team 1, 2, 3
Waruts to he a good bachelor...fastest man on the track
team . . . may be found at Piper's Restaurant . . . does not bother
the girls . . . good sport . . ."I also ran"
IKE, ANNA R. New
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Camera Club 5
Nimble-witted . . ."Early to bed and early to rise". . . dcmure
. . . hides her light under a bushel. . ."On to New York"
IKE. MARGARET S. Ileey
Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2. 53 Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 33 Camera
Multiloquous . . . prefers to travel Lincoln Avenue . finds
uniforms attractive . . . not punctual . . . tricky . . . undecided
JOHNSON, H. MARIE
Gym Leaders' Club 2, 3g Glee Club 2g Mixed Chorus 5: Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 5
Astute . . . propels a Chevy . . . a certain football hero rates
. . . detests bow-tie Wearers . . . fair
JOHNSON, MELVIN C. Coach
Discreet . . . Sam's boon companion . . . shy . . . believes in
bringing D 'em back alive, especially opossums . . . frequently
visits Blair Avenue . . . loyal
JOHNSON, RUTH M. Ruthie
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Glamorous . . . possesses a very modish wardrobe . . . spends
summers at Peurto Rico . . . fluent Spanish speaker . . . likes
JOHNSTON, HARRY E. Nijz
Basketball lg Football lg Red Cross lg Track Team 2
Banterer . . , member of the National Guard . . . constantly
seen at Hillcrest . . . favorite flower-rose
JOHNSTON. LORAINE E. Larry
Bisignis Club 25 Falcon Staff 3
Conscientious student . . . pursues the noiseless tenour of his
way . . . Wallace's backer . . . collector of stamps
JONES, CLARA JANE I 07161-1'
Gym Leaders' Club 1, 2, 3g Science Club 1, 2, 3, Spokesman
Staff 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
Industrious . . ."Teaberry". . . would like to deal at Kienzle's
. . . capable . . . aspires to be a social service worker . . . keen
JONES, DOROTHY MAY Dol
Wary . . . interested in a former graduate . . . affable . . . quiet
life bores her . . . Dot's goal is marriage . . . chronic reader
KASPICK, MARY ISABEL Izzy
Class Treasurer 2, 3, Bank Cashier 3
A Punster . . . gridiron fan . . . abominates "Liz". . . brainy . . .
likes to juggle figures . . . satisfied . . . trusts to luck
KEATLEY, ROBERT M. Slaang
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
Clever . . . first-rate dancer . . . praiseworthy maker of models
. , .vacations at Raystown . . . deft . . . wants to 'remain single
. . . hilarious
KELLER, FRANCES LUCILLE
Glee Club 25 Library Staff 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 33 Camera
Difiidenr . . . diligently attentive , . ."An apple a day--". . .
prefers hiking in the orchard to walking around town . . . agree-
able . . . youthful
KELLY, NORMA Kelly
Gym Leaders' Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3g Camera Club 3
Wearer of the motley . . . collector of old coins . . . air-minded
. . . beautiful locks . . . care-free . . . sporty
KEPPLER, PHYLLIS Tootie
Easy-going . . . plays the piano well . . . hearty . . . quiet dis-
position.. . enjoys being behind the wheel of a Chevy . . .
KIRKPATRICK, MARY MARGARET Minnie
Glee Club 1, 23 Spokesman Staff 5
Clever . . . blushes to the roots of her hair . . . exception to
the general rule of red-heads . . . rather taciturn in class.. .
KNARR, WILLIAM M. Duck
Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 5
Fun-loving . . . blows off at the mouth-into a horn . . .
handsome . . . venturesome . . . ice-skater . . . talented
KOLESSY, JOHN ANTONY M uit
Wrestling 2, 3
Gag man . . . free and easy . . . mischief maker . . . collects
books of matches as a hobby . . . good actor
KORMAN, WILLIAM Bill
Ludicrous . . . ardent fan of the Lone Ranger . . , passes time
roller skating . . . slim . . . women drivers irritate him . . . felici-
KRIDER, RUTH ELAINE Ruthie
Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 34 Spokesman Staff 3g Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 5
Trustworthy . . . takes to water like a duck . . . busy . . .
loathes gum crackers . . . likes a good time . . . peppy
KRIEGER, MARJORIE L. Marge
Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Camera
Modest , . . often visits Paul's Diner . . . a steadfast pal . ..
Philadelphia calls... Reservoir Park is her favorite spot . ..
KUSTENBAUDER, JANE L.
Science Club lg Red Cross 1
High and mighty . . . thinks all Mondays are blue . . . nice-
looking , . . loads of fun . . . a frisky hiker , . . smiling
JONES. C. KELLY
JONES, D. KEPPLER
LANGENBACHER LONG, D. MATTERN
LEWIS, E. LONG. G. MATTESON
LEWIS, J. LYKENS MCCANN
LITTLE LYNN MENCER
LANGENBACHER, DUANE C. Wennie
Football l, 2
Well-developed . . . comical . . . never a dull moment . . . pre-
fers Altoona "gals", . . devilish . . .Dodger . . . nice guy
LEWIS, ELLEN MAY Tiny
Glee Club 23 Mixed Chorus 3
Small in stature and shy in character , . . likes to go places
and do things . . . considerate . . . as quiet as she is tiny
LEWIS, JOHN W. lack
Football 1, 2, 3
Fills the pivot position on the football team.. .quiet.. .
never seen with a girl. . .desires to see an Army and Navy
Football Game . . . may be seen around Texas Lunch . . . strong
LITTLE, E. KENNETH Ken
Football 1, 2g Wrestling 2 '
Complacent . . .works for Warner Brothers . . . fascinates the
girls . . . the more the merrter . . . somnolent . . . partial to Bir-
LLOYD, SARA JANE B. H. S.
Gym Leaders' Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3
Would like to be the wife of a paper hanger. . .little . . .
quick . . . neat . . . hares having her picture taken . . . lively . . .
likes dancing with Renny
LONG, DELBERT I... Deb
Football 3, Science Club 13 Spokesman Staff 13 Track Team
1, 2, 39 Glee Club 1
Personable . . . dislikes detours on the way to Altoona . . .
trips it on the light fantastic toe . . . jester
LONG, GERTRUDE LARUE Gert
Often seen but seldom heard. . . means to meer the Justice
of the Peace . . . not Well known . . . well acquainted with books
LYKENS, FRANCES LOUISE Fran
Diminutive . . . never minds a seven-mile walk if it's in the
right direction . . . quiet as a mouse . . . nice to know . . . wishes
to be a chief cook and bottle washer
LYNN, ROBERT S. C ornie
Football 2, 5g Track Team 2, 3
Ex-member of the football and track team . . .ta1l, clark, and
handsome . . . his heart rests on Fifteenth Street . . . aspires to
play college football . . . not enough dances at Tyrone
MARTIN, GEORGE W. Speed
Track Team 1
Long . . . determined to see Alaska . . . excels in any type of
math . . . will be the HEAD of the house when he gets
hooked . . . earnest
MATFERN, HELEN LOUISE Sir
Glee Club 1
Regards long walks with. pleasure . . . spruce . . . wants to be
"Somebody's Stenog". . . writes poetry in her spare moments
MATTESON, LOIS MAXINE Stony
Glee Club 13 Gym Leaders' Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Red
Pleasing . . ,"Moonie". . . always on the go . . . trim . . . often
' seen with a former graduate . . .Well-likecl
MCCANN, JAMES F. Jim
Glee Club 13 Track Team 1, 2, 3
Tall . . . glib . . . admirable sport . . ."you're not kidding". . .
travels to Reservoir Park regularly . . .slow but sure
MENCER, KATHLEEN SARA Petie
Humorist . . . averse to the name "Kate". . . makes friends
easily . . . talkative . . . 1ov1al . . . expects to be a beautician . . .
MENGEL, DAVID GROVE Fingle
Detests the farmers from Warriors Mark . . . life course is
undecided . . . stands out in baseball . . . quiet . . . does not like
the Police Force
MENTZER, LUCILLE ELIZABETH Lucy
Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 5
Urbane . . .sets the table in a roar in Home Ec. . .has an
eye to soda jerking . . . cheerful . . . unaffected . . . frank
IVLENTZER, MARJORIE GERTRUDE EMMA Margie
Glee Club 1
Possesses an individual personality . . .impatient . . . Lucille's
sister . . . devoted to the movies . . . undeviating
MERRITTS, BETTY CAROLINE Bets
Falcon Staff 3g Glee Club Ig Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Pretty . . . chooses Huntingdon as future home . . . creamy-
whip eater . . . amiable . . . Betty R's crony . . . tasteful . . . pos-
sessor of a sparkling smile
Huntsman . . . light-colored hair . . . good mixer . . . gains the
friendship of all . . . knave . . . valiant . . . merry-maker
MILLER, BETTY L. Mill
Bisignis Club 2g Falcon Staff 35 Gym Leaders' Club 2, 5g
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Gay . . . future is almost certain . . . keeps her jaws busy . . .
"Hi, Keed!". . . winning manner . . . clever
MILLER, FRANCIS CLIFFORD Clif
Red-head . . . wizard at billiards . . . certainly likes his last
name . . . has a captivating smile . . . optimistic . . . reliable . . .
his spirit is as bright as his hair
MILLER, MARY FLORENCE Teane
Spirited . . . picture collector . . . effective . . ."tell it to the
Marines". . . straightforward . . . desires to be a clerk . . . prac-
MILLS, AUDREY JANE Sammy
-An ocean of pep . . . musical . . . breezy . . . marked by wit . . .
frivolous. ..wishes to live nearer the school. . .slapdash ways
MOGLE, BYRON E. Barney
jr. Hi-Y 1.3 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Track Team 2, 3g Falcon Staff f
54 Class Pfwdeflf 2' 3 , MENGEL - MERRITTS, F. MOGLE
Flashy forward on the basketball team . . . chums with MENTZER, L, MILLER, B4 M0131-
"Dutchy". . . hopes to get a job . . ."It's a clipper dipper". . . MENTZER, M- MILLER, F. MOORE
dafk - - - all-2f0Uf1d fellow MERRITTS, B. MILLER, M. MoRR1ssEY
Mo1sT, RUSSELL J. Rim MORRISSEY, SUE E, 1'
Ditch digger-he hopes not . . . just drifts . . . hunts deer, Chauffenrerre of a '33 Chevy . , , a commuter , , . seldom
not dears . . . a favorite with the girls . . . has a decided dislike Serious . . . envies Dixie Lee . . , sunny disposition . . . composed
for W0rk . - - lacks WOrIi6S and CHFCS . . . saves picture post cards . . . not so tall
MOYER, MARGARET LARUE Marg
MOORE, VIVIAN RUTH Peep
Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3
Blonde . . . believes that silence is golden . . . pensive . . . likes
a good time . . . lofty . . . a good listener . . . nice hair . . . gloom-
chaser . . . handy
Bisignis Club 25 Falcon Staff 53 Glee Club 1, 25 Gym Leaders'
Club 2, 55 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Wants to be an old maid with a little black cat . . . small . . .
dark . . . snappy . . . giggles . . . likes eating and dancing . . .
collects matches and tie pins. . .spends the summer swimming
MULHOLLAN NOEL PATTON, R.
MYERS, E. OHRTMAN PHILLIPS, H.
MYERS, L. PANNEBAKER PHILLIPS, R.
NEARHOOF, E. PATTERSON PIERCE
NEARHOOF, R. PATTON, M.
MULHOLLAN, DAVID E. Dave
Ambition is to be an aviator . . . camper . . . a friend to all . . .
"I would rather eat than sleep". . . pleasant . . , nice kid . . .
avoids junior-high fountains
MYERS, LAVERNE M. Bernie
Bisignis Club 2g Cheerleader 1, 2, 3g Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed
Chorus 3g Spokesman Staff 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 3
A nightingale . . . votes for Spruce Creek . . . sings with the
orchestra , . . a bonnie lass . . . hopes to get shorthand
NEARHOOF, BEATRICE Bee
Priss and prim . . . attracted to males . . . dance-loving . . .
wants to hook a nice husband . . . self-styled . . . looks sober . . .
NEARHOOF, RODNEY J. Tubby
Football 2 , 3
Fond of athletics . . . feeds the fish hook, line, and sinker . . .
likes airplanes . . . skips the "gals". . . never in a hurry . . . full
of vigor . . . likable
NOEL, MERYL HAYES Iugbead
Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3g Track Manager 1, 2, 53
Mat Team 1, 2, 3
Pillar of the football team . . . game . . . training rules are
odious to him . . . man of action . . . thinks a lot of the coach
OHRTMAN, FAY Mooney
Thinks a certain sophomore is pretty nice. . . smooth dancer
. . . blond . . . sparkling and whimsical . . . man about town
PANNEBAKER, MARY LOUISE Penny
An athletic girl . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . . Bill
Holden is tops with Penny . . . candid
PATTERSON, MARLIN RALPH Pat
Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3g Patrol 1, 2, 3
Dark hair . , . good dancer . . . ushers in the theater . . . hates
people who overrate themselves . . . loud-voiced
PATTON, MARY JANE Jane
Ambition is to graduate and live on Pop's salary. . . goes to
the movie to see Tyrone Power . . . humorous . . . merry
PATTON, ROBERT SKIDMORE Hobo
Fond of hunting and ice skating . . . unassuming . . ."When
do we eat?". . . calm and composed
PHILLIPS, HARRY FRANKLIN
Is quite a hotsernan . . . drives a truck . . . amicable and com-
plaisant . . . pet peeve-women drivers
PHILLIPS, ROBERT Bob
Hi-Y 2, 3g Track Team 3
Doesn't like the price of the movies . . . detests French class
. . . aspires to get the first shot at Hitler . . . radiates fun
MYERS, BETTY JAYNE PIERCE, JACK O. Dwi
Inquisitive . . . can't "stay put". . . lives to eat , . . takes life Band lv 21 53 Track Team 2
easy . . . entertaining . . . cut-up . . ."No place like home". . . Expects to he a machinist . . . annoyed when he can't get the
volatile car . . . full of vitality . . . gets a kick from chasing rabbits
PLUMMER, VIVIAN ELEANOR
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Glee Club 1
Mannerly . . . would like to be a millionaire . . ."You said a
mouthful, Toots! . . winsome . . . participator in dancing,
swimming, and ice skating
POWNALL, JOHN H.
Band 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Track Team 3
Takes his time . . . peeved by a Model T Ford . . . golfer . . .
neat looking. . . captivating manner . . . a mainstay
REED, F. ROBERTS
REED, J. ROBERTSON
REESE ROBINSON, G.
REED, FLORINE VIRGINIA Florrie
. A quiet, husky-voiced young lady who thinks Reservoir Park
is about the most scenic part of Tyrone.. . ambition: to be a
REED, JAMES C. jack
Ambition is to be an airplane flyer and designer . . .likable
fellow . . ."Holy Cats!". . .plays baseball and billiards
REESE, BETTY MARIE Bet!
Glee Club 1
Has a knack for writing poetry . . . bottle collector . , .wants
to enter the nursing profession . . . congenial . . . sedate
RIGHTNOUR, BETTY JANE Boop
Seems to think the bookkeepefs life is the life for her . ..
Winsome . . . vivacious . . . pleasing personality
RINKER, ARDIS WINIFRED Rink
Bisignis Club 2
Doesrft like being told to get her hair cut...earnest. ..
giggles . . . chatterer . . . gay and light-hearted . . . pleasant
ROBERTS, WILLIAM Whitey
Basketball Manager 2, 3, Track Team 2
Whitey wants to be an animal trainer-mostly dogs lwhy not
lions? J . . . keeps up one's spirit . . . cordial . . . self-possessed
ROBERTSON, WALLACE Rolabey
"Y-e-a-h!". ..Rock Ridge is Robbey's favorite scenic spot
. . . quiet . . . hates working in the rain . . . good-humoured
ROBINSON, GRACE ELIZABETH Micky
Favorite spot around town is the Apple Orchard.. ."Hm!"
. . . likes Tyrone because it's not too big or too small . . . cordial
ROBINSON, LOYAL Robby
Tall, blond, and good-looking . . . jubilant . . . drives a Buick
. . . kind-hearted . . . unaffected
RODGERS, ANNA EVELYN
Anna views things on the sunny side ...is an example of
cultivated simplicity . . . timorous . , . dainty
ROOT, JAMES H. Pee Wee
Wants to join the army. . ."Yes, I guess". . . pastime: sleep-
ing . . . free and easy . . . dark and nice-looking
ROSSMAN, PAUL H. Clyde
Football 1 .
Not only quite accomplished in hunting, but also in canoeing
and skating , . . Paul is going to join the navy to see the sea . . .
ROYER, PRISCILLA M. Prisry
Bisignis Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 5
Likes red hair . . . wants to own a convertible . . . camps at the
Corner Room . . . hopes for the best . . ."Yeahl"
ROZICK, MARY D.
Bisignis Club 2g Spokesman Staff 2, 3
Dislikes stubborn people . . ."Well, I'll be-". . . jovial . . .
attentive , . . not hard to please . . . liked by all her classmates
Plucky . . . looks on the bright side of life . . . unaffected . . .
noiseless . . . lady-like . . . seldom expresses her opinions
SHELLENBERGER, RICHARD DALE Dick
School Patrol 1, 53 Football 15 Basketball 1
Aspires to make lots of money . . . neat . . . detests arc lights
. . . frequently seen on Washington Avenue . . . gilds the pill
SHILDT, PAULINE Shilly
Pauline is one of our best jitterbugs . . . abhors Huntingdon
boys . . . thinks Tyrone lacks amusement . . . slim . . . immaculate
SHILDT, RUTH LORRAINE Kelly
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3
Hopes to be an aviatrix . . . dislikes cars that rattle . . . ice
skater . . ."No Kidden". . . should have been a boy
SHIVELY, BETTY JANE Raymond
Glee Club l
Betty is quite a collector of tie pins fbeware boysl. , . enjoys
watching a good game of football . . . easily excited . . . inclined
SHOEMAKER, HARRY G. Doc
Glee Club 21 Track Team l, 3
Intends to go to college . . . thinks the best comedy is "Hip"
in the laboratory . . . disturbed by the roaring night life of
SHOEMAKER, WILLIAM E. Doc
School Patrol 2, 3
Doc hates buttoned-up, ironed shirts . . . another prospect for
National Guard . . . rides horse back
SICKLER, MARY SUZANNE Sue
Falcon Staff 33 Gym Leaders' Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 1, 2,
5g Spokesman Staff 1, 2, 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 39 Red Cross 1
Woultl like to spend whole season in Ocean City ...bans
empty gas tanks and speed traps . . . swims in the ocean . . . neat
. . . collects match covers
SINGLER, REEDER C. Reed
Mat Team 1, 35 Basketball 1, 33 Football 1, Z,35Track
Destined to lead a married life . . . flashy fullback . . . hates
to get up in the morning. . . regularly seen in Northwood . . .
SKELLY, WILLIAM CLARK Bill
Band 1, 2, 53 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Hi-Y 1
Wishes to be a chemical engineer . . . tall . . . studious . . .
likes swimming and hiking . . .home work gripes him
SMITH, LORMA FERN Smitty
I-Im! lt seems Smitty enjoys entertaining a certain neighbor
. . . jovial and friendly . . . enjoys a good laugh
SMITH, MADELINE VIVIAN Mat
Tri-HivY 2. 3
Ambition is to be a nurse for soldiers . . . likes footballf
especially the players . . . won't park . . ."What d'ya know, joe?"
SHILDT, P. SICKLER
ROYER SHILDT. R. SINGLER
ROZICK SHIVELY SKELLY
SHAFFER SHOEMAKER, H. SMITH, L.
SHELLENBERGER SHOEMAKER, W. SMITH, M
SNYDER, WILLIAM BYRON Yak
-Band 1, 2, 5g Bisignis Club 25 Falcon Staff 31 Glee Club 2, SQ
Hi-Y l, 2, 3g Science Club 25 Spokesman Staff 33 Track Team 23
School Patrol 2, 3
Folks always know when "Yok" is around . . .likes music
. . . lively . . .easy-going
SPANELLI, PETE Stoolie
Pete's ambition is to protect his country in the ranks of the
National Guard , . . dark . . . composed . . . animated
STILES, CHARLES Ted
Band 1, 34 Glee Club 5g Science Club I
Photographer . . . is blessed with the gift of gab . . . an added
attraction to the band . . . rational . . . instinctive . . . open-eyed
STINE, RAYMOND Ray
Epigrammatic-. . . interested in foresty . . . poultry farmer . . .
boisterous . . . glib . . . indebted to his thumb . . . pulls the wool
over your eyes . . . sports-fan . . . comical
STONEBRAKER, GUINEVERE J, jimmy
Camera Club 5
Wants to enter into the stratosphere a little farther. . . con-
ciliatory . . . modest and timid . . . earnest student
STROUP, ARDRIENNE Den
Tri-Hi'Y l, 2, 53 Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3
Often found at Pz1ul's Diner . . .thinks Lawrence Olivier is
just wonderful . . bright-eyed and sparkling . ."Well, all right!"
SWEITZER, HAROLD Dutch
Basketball l, 2. 3
Vigorous . . . devil-may-care . . , desires to be a professional
golfer . . . listens to Baby Snooks . . . mischievous in Economics
Class . , , speedy basketball player
Tl-IAL, FRANCIS J. junior
Band I, 2, 3g Track Team I, 2, 33 Hi-Y lg Falcon Staff 3
Travels with a carnival during vacations . . . has the wander-
lust . . . Lothario . . . brisk . . . does his level best . . ."Go West,
young man". . . gallant
THOMAS, BETTY MARIE
Betty hates to be kept waiting . . . wants to be a good cook . . .
optimist . . . praiseworthy . . . loathes the distance between west
end and town
TROUTWINE, PATRICIA GOI-IEEN Pal
Y M X Gym Leaders' Club l, 2. 53 Spokesman Staif 1, 2, 55 Tri-
SNELEBAUGH STINh 1 ,IHHOM-IASI E Hi-Y 1, 2, -gg Red Cross I, 3
SNY'g'igf gd 21fQg5,'2RAK'1R WIESEFW N Collegiate . . . going to California . . . drives incessantly . . .
ZEZINELEJ ' SWMTZER WALK' very fashionable. . ."Here she comes, there she goes!"
WAITE, BOYD R. CdIb0llJe
SNELLBAUGH, MAX Football lg Track Team lg Band 2, 5
Football 1, 2, 3, Mat Team lg Wrestling I, 2, 3 Sky is- the limit , . ."Dizz". . .plays a bass drum . . .generates
Shuns people who are stuck-up . . . diminutive . . . likes the H 8004 UIUC - - - HCVCY W1fh0Uf ff1fff1ll5
skirts . . . has bull-dog courage . . . gridiron hero . . . dare-devil
WALK, WILBUR, JR. ll7ilbur
SNYDER, ROBERT 1X""'e camera Club 2, sg Falcon starr 5
FO0Ibal1 1, 2, 39 Tf21ClC Team 1, 2, 31 Hi-Y 1 Aspires to be a commercial photographer . . . tall , . . chums
One of the big eleven . . . hopes to be an electrical engineer with Bill Wilson . . . hobby is photography . . ."Bless Bess". . .
. . . robust . . . friendly . . . owns an attractive mien . . . has grit helpful I
WATSON, JEAN M. Jeannie
Bisignis Club 2g Glee Club lg Tri-I-li-Y 2. 3
"Well, Good!". . , unaffected and likable . . . pet peeve: be-
ing teased about Bellefonte . . . fashionable . . . dignified
WERTZ, CHESTER LEE Lee
Ambition is to be a superman . . . drives a Buick . . .good
dancer. . ."Let's Eat". . . soda jerker . . . prefers a Cook
WERTZ, LEE EARL Skee
"Speechless". . .wacky chemist . . . musician . . . skier . . ."Still
waters run deep". . . has something in his head besides air
WILLIAMS, HERBERT M. Herb
Football 1, 23 Basketball lg Hi-Y l
Owns a soft. husky voice and a gay chuckle . . , good looking
. . .mild . . ."Begone, dull cate!". . . unobtrusive
WILLS. MARY JANE
Glee Club 2
Tall, slender jitterbug . . . affable and conversable . . .enjoys
skiing.. . leans toward the held of interior decorating for a
WILSON, MARJORIE J. Merge
Falcon Staff 3g Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 39 Tri-Hi-Y
I. 2. 5
The Senior Class's number one student. . .ice skating takes
up a part of her time in winter . . . lolly and clever
WILSON, WILLIAM M. Bill
Track Team 2, 3g Camera Club 35 Hi-Y 35 Glee Club lg
Falcon Staff 3
Absorbs something when he reads it, especially if it is "Boy
Dates Girl". . . interested in photography . . . track member . . .
WISNIESKI, EDWARD Ed
Bisignis Club 2g Falcon Staff 3g Hi-Y 3g Spokesman Staff 3
An artist . . . tall . . . likes long walks . , . skyscrapers give
him a stiff neck . . .says a lot in a few words
WOOMER. HENRY Hank
Ambition is to be an aviator when he graduates . . . there's no
love lost between Hank and a Ford . . . genial . . . sociable
WOOMER, LUTHER VAUGHN Mickey
Band I. 2. 5: Debating 1. 2: Orchestra 1, 2. 51 Hi-Y l
Determined to be a research chemist . . . has no time for two-
timers . . ."Stooge". . . regrets that Tyrone does not have a park
or square in the center of town
ZANGHI, JOSEPHINE C. Jo
Goes to the movies to see Spencer Tracy . . .likes the streets
of Tyrone . . . petite . . . owns a merry giggle
WATSON WILLS WOOMER, L
WERTZ, C. WILSON, M. ZANGHI,
WHRTZ, L. WILSON, W. ZANGHI, S.
NVlLLlAlvIS WISNIESKI ZERBE
ZANGHI. SANTO V.. JR. Sonny
When he isn't playing baseball, he is at the cinema watching
Pat O'Brien . . . a quiet chap . . . thinks trucks are a menace on
ZERBE, CHARLES BURLEY Z efrb
Camera Club 2. 5g Hi-Y l, 2, 3g Track Team 33 Glee Club l
Handsome . . . takes part in tennis and swimming . . . selects
a yunior . . . being a test pilot attracts him
Firrt row: Jeanne Schneider, Imogene Miller, Marie
Miller, Sarah Patton, Helen Nestlerode, Suzanne Near-
hoof, Marion Rightnour, Betty Magill, Janet Myers.
Second row: Betty Robinson, Dorothy Neil, Nancy
Musser, Miriam McCahan, Roberta Nearhoof, Zita
Miller, Frances Mannino, Ella Mae Hoover.
Jane Rhoades, Audrey Renninger,
Reed, Annabelle Oswalt, Hester
NeH, Dorothy Reese, Eugene Parker.
Third row: Betty
Elaine Pletz, Louise
Fourth row: Ruth Ray, Alice Riggleman, Wallace
Robinson, Robert Meredith, Edward Patterson, Clarence
Moore, Merle Schmidt, Raymond Robinson, Edward
Fifth row: Nicholas Popovitch, Jack Schell, Zilian
Rumberger, Elvin Rhodes, Richard Mowry, Warren
Pine, Gerald Reese, David Price, Walter McKinney.
Sixth row: Clarence Nearhoof, Richard Schopp,
Elmer Parker, Albert Price, Francis Rossman, Walter
Marthouse, Roy Reeder.
Snyder, Jayne Snyder, May Sum-
Mary Scordo, Betty Waite, Nancy
Vogt, Louise Zang, Lenore Spanelli.
First row: Louise
mers, Jane Summers,
Second row: Lucretia Summers, Marjorie Snyder,
June Westover, Betty Jane Wirtner, Gloria Williams,
Betty Wagner, Marjorie Shay, Anna Jane Simondale,
Third row: Robert Wisnieski, Dolly Thomas, Leroy
Shildt, Anna Woodring, Louise Zerbe, James Wooden,
Fourth row: James Snyder, Eugene Thomas, -Norman
Stryker, Lawrence Thomas, Glenn Stewart, ,Edward
Shollenberger, Richard Wirtner, Berman Sehroyer.
Fifth row: John Zimmers, Joe Zang, Morty Temple-
ton, John Thompson, Paul Walk, Robert Umholtz,
Richard Stever, Howard Searer.
Sixth row: Stewart Shea, Paul Sweitzer, Jesse Tem-
pleton, Terrence Weston, William Shultz.
Firrt row: William Kanour, Joe Lombardo, Adelaide
Gates, Mary Jane Gartner, Josephine Hannah, Janet
Hoover, LaRue Kennedy, Julia Gilbert, Marguerite
Johnson, Isabelle Igou.
Second row: Frank Maceno, James Fink, Eleanor
Lykens, Georgetta Long, Ann Lightner, Marietta Gray,
Dorothy Friday, Suzanne James, Gladys Irvin.
Third row: Kenneth Holt, Eva Korman, Mildred
Kerchner, Virginia Long, Mary Jane Hagg, Mary Jane
Hitchings, Janet Hampton, Mary Henderson.
Fourth row: Ernest Evans, Harold Lloyd, Esther Keys,
Agnes Jackson, Frances Glass, Eva Mae Estright, Mozelle
Fifth row: Eugene Grazier, Martin Hardy, Charles
Gunsallus, Harold Houser, John Lennous, Robert Har-
nish, Robert Grove.
Sixth row: William Fowler, Russel Friday, Lester
Ike, Elmer Ginter. ,
' Mg all,
FOURTH GROUP if
Firrt row: Mary Culver, Edith Anderson, Miriam
Brady, Charlotte Burkett, Josephine Colitto, Rosie Diaz,
Betty Bush, Kathleen Bratton, Thelma Cook, Nunzie
DelBaggio, Betty Burka.
Second row: Evelyn DuH, Angeles Diaz, Helen Bris-
bin, Margaret Bell, Mary Louise Dawson, Ada Boyd,
Third row: Jack Boytim, Charles Dickson, Elwood
Dickson, Ruth Dillon, Dorothy Caldwell, Christine
Bowser, Mabel Bowman, Genevieve Engleman, Betty
Fourth row: Joe Castagnola, Paul Dickson, James
Brisbin, Lee Adams, William Beyer, Chester Bollinger,
John Andrew, Allen Beyer, Charles Cassidy.
Fifth row: Frank Davidson, Ralph Allison, Dale Ed'
mondson, Dominick De Mario, Dorsey Butterbaugh,
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 5
President .............................. Norman' Stryker
Vice'-President .... ..... J ack Boytim
Secretary ...... ................. C harles Cassidy
Trearurer ........ ................... W illiam Kanour
Social Managers ........ Dale Edmondson, Christine Bowser
.. . . ,.r--.I I
Firrt row: Verva Hatter, Dorothy Forcey, Adelaide
Hay, Elaine Henney, Lara Haverstine, Vivian Givler,
Jennie Jermino, Helen Harris, Nellie Hale, Louise Hoff-
Second row: Mary Ann Gillam, Mary Ann Jensen,
Betty Getz, June Isenberg, Carrie Hamer, Janet Harp-
ster, Mary Hostler, Pauline Kaup, Ethel Hand.
Third row: Virginia Kaspick, Norma Harper, Jose-
phine Iavasile, Virginia Holly, Betty Harper, Marjorie
Johnson, Mary Garber, Martha Gingerich, Ethel Kerlin.
Fourth row: Max Hall, Robert Hughes, Keith Kelly,
Donald Kaufman, Edith Fleck, Melvin Harpster, Paul
Gillam, Joseph Ieraci, John Givler.
Fifth row: Richard Getz, John Forcey, Carlton James,
Sixth row: Daniel Irvin, William Grifiin, Richard
Fisher, Eugene Igou.
Firrt row: Isabel Riggleman, Adeline Knipper, Alf
betta McKinney, Myrtle Lykens, Gladys McKinney,
Gloria Martin, Irene Shirlc, Dolores Rutledge, Betty
Price, Mary Price.
Second row: Beatrice Reese, Helen Moore, Martha
Merritts, Mary Ann Quigley, Leona Long, Janet Ross-
man, Jean Lebkicker, Mildred Krider, Maryann Leeper,
Margaret Korman, Melissa Little.
Third row: Daniel Meckes, William Longenecker,
Adair Peary, Bernard Sevel, Betty Neil, Mary Garber,
Josephine McCahan, Dolly Rhoades, Margaret Rigglef
fanart, Eileen Knarr, Marilyn Morrison, Ardis Kusrenf
Fourth row: Richard Seater, Harry Laird, Robert
Piper, Robert Pannebaker, John Mannino, Bernard Min-
gle, Carol Phillips, Joyce Rott, Frances Mastrapolo,
Fifth row: George Myers, Guy Mogle, Layne Langen-
bacher, Karl Miles, Glenn Newman, Lee Port, Donald
Matteson, Richard Long, Cloyd Snyder.
Firrt row: Anna Jane Wilson, Marjorie VanAllman,
Marjorie Thomas, Agnes Sickler, Mary Ann Varner,
Anna Mae Thal, Carolyn Waite, Katherine Thompson,
Janet Wagner, Adeline Simms.
Second row: Delores Spanelli, Louise Stevens, Suzanne
Shoemaker, Joyce Yingling, Evelyn Stroup, Betty Weic-
rick, Carolyn White, Phyllis Wirtner, Jane Thomas.
Third row: Thelma Thompson, Alice Summers, Sara
Jane Thomas, Betty Waite, Maxine Weston, Jean Mc-
Clanahan, James Trimble, Thomas Stanley, Ralph
Firrt row: Mary Lou Davis, Grace Barner, Madeline
Engleman, Sue Evans, Carol Elder, Carrie DiMemmo,
Mary Celmo, Jane Burford, Dorothy Calderwood, Patricia
Everhart, Betty Dixon. F . A
Second row: Peggy McGovern, 'Polly' Burka, Marjorie
Carling, Jacqueline Barnharr, Ida' Brenneman, Leora
Cowfer, Antoinette Damico, Inadel Boyd, Gloria
Third row: Betty Burns, Marie Bryan, Patty Clark,
Mary Louise Cox, Dorothy Duey, Margaret Beschler,
Robert Charles, Alvin Bathurst, James Crain, Teddy
Dougherty, Evelyn Edmondson, Elaine Bailey.
Fourth row: Robert White, Robert Woomer, Gerald
Woomer, Harry Smith, Frank Sweitzer, Robert Stryker,
Robert Smith, Max Singler, Denver Smith.
Fifth row: Charles Turiano, Dale Stringer, Richard
Searer, George Waple, Carl Wilson, Cosmo Zang, Don-
ald Stine, Ralph Stonebraker.
Sixth row: Frank Kolessy, Jerry Steele, Cloyd Snyder,
Earl Bowser, Ivan Spacht, James Shea, Donald Cowher,
Fourth row: Andrew Cannastraci, Warren Erters, Shirl
Dillon, Wilbur Boyer, Richard Campbell, Daniel Irvin,
Carl Dressel, James DeArment, Donald C. Cowher,
Fifth row: Robert Calderwood, John F. Fink, Ward
Gardner, Calvin Albright, James Gunsallus, John Fink.
Sixth row: Hayes Bickle, Chalmer Burkett, Donald
Cowher, Thomas Conaghan, George Dannaway, .larnes
Adams, Earl Dickson.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Vice-Prerident . .
S ecretary .....
Social Manager ,...
.....Mary Ann Varner
Diehl, Anna Jane
Leach, Ida Mae
Miller, Anna Belle
Miller, Sara Anne
Romano, Mary Jane
Sealfon, Sara Belle
Shildt, Betty Lou
Burford, Eva Jean
Crissey, Betty Mae
Gill, 1 Richard
Harpster, Mary Alice
Patton, Mary Lou
Priestly, Sara jane
Sawyer, Mary Louise
Turnbaugh, Clair Edward
Borman, Betty Nl.
Butterbaugh, Mary jane
Colitto, Samuel R.
Thomas, Mary Louise
Wilson, Betty Lou
Qu CWM-:moniam ,
BORN-February 20, 1925
DIED-October 8, 1937
CAUSE-Complication of disease
BOYD ALLEN JOHNSON
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 fulfillg
Life will be sweet and fair,
Joy will awake anew,
May we ever faithful be,
Dear Alma Mater true!
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ON THE MARCH
As each year passes, the band seems to approach, more nearly, its estab-
lished goal, which is a full-sized, completely-equipped, musical organization
capable of producing a. good-sized repertoire of band music of quality.
The number in the band this year reached a new height, seventy, which is
a great increase over the eighteen members in 1927, under the direction of Mr.
P. J. Potteiger, and the eighteen again in 1931, when it was directed by Mr.
Harry Smith. The band also has added some completely new features to its
usual forms of entertainment. The Swiss flag throwing, an innovation for
T. H. S. members, was introduced, and an elementary school drum major was
made an added attraction to the band.
The band has provided entertainment, not only for school events, but also
for many out-of-school gatherings. On August 17, 1940, it played at the Fire-
men's Convention at Lock Haven, and at the All-State Convention in Lewis-
town, on September 13. During the recent Presidential campaign, the band
played at two Republican rallies and one Democratic rally. Our band won
Hrst prize at the Christmas Parade held in Altoona. Members of the band will
go to Roaring Springs, where they will be participants in the Blair County
Band Festival, an event which was formerly held in Hollidaysburg. The band
has showed its usual faithfulness in being present at all football games, both
home and away. A part of the band, known as the German band, attended
many of the basketball games away from home and most of those at home.
This is the first year the band has used the Fullington buses as a means of
transportation. Band members are grateful for the thoughtfulness of the Band
Mothers' Auxiliary and the Athletic Board who made such transportation pos-
sible. They are also deeply grateful for the full course turkey dinner given
them on February 27, by the Band Mothers' Auxiliary.
The band has been practising regularly in the Library this year on Tuesday
and Thursday evenings of each week.
Mr. Steigerwalt, the instructor, deserves much credit for the accomplish-
ments of the band. He has been their constant director since 1932, and has
given unselfishly of his time to make this organization what it has come to be.
He is responsible, also, for the enthusiasm the boys show in their band
liiml row: Valgene Routch CPianistJ, Robert Stewart fGuitarJ, Williain Fleming fTenor
saxophonel, Vaughn Wcxomer fAlto saxophonel, Harry Delozier IAlto saxophonel.
Sefoml ma: Keith Kelly fTrumpetJ, William Knarr lTrumpetJ, Leonard Fuoss KTrumpetl,
Richard Macdonald CTromboneJ, jack Boytim CTromboneJ.
Thin! ?'f1Il'Z Robert Hamish CBusiness managerl, LaVerne Myers lVotalistl, William Burns
4Sousaphone7, Zilian Rumberger lDrumsJ, Boyd Waite fAssistant managerl.
C-Iotynone Jdlcath Schooll Cncheatna
The High School Dance Orchestra was organ-
ized at the beginning of the school year by Mr.
Valgene Routch. Under his direction it practised
intensively during the weeks immediately follow-
ing the opening of school, in order to be ready for
the first Friday night dance which was held on
November IZ, an event which was amazingly suc-
cessful. A series of these dances followed, being
planned for and sponsored by such groups as the
Orchestra, junior-Senior Class, and the Cheer-
The money which the Orchestra earned by play-
ing for school groups was spent for equipment.
hits," spent twenty dollars for music stands, and
financed a new public address system. At differ-
ent times during the year, the boys added new
features which lent color to their organization.
The boys of the Orchestra are of high school
age. They spend three hours in practice every
Wednesdzty evening. They give freely and will-
ingly of their spare time that the Orchestra may
be a success.
It is the general opinion of the student body
that the Dance Orchestra is better than average,
and that it has provided the pupils with many an
opportunity for enjoyment.
This active group bought fifty-six popular "song-
Mr. Routch, a newcomer to Tyrone this year. received the Bachelor
of Science Degree in Public School Music from State Teachers College
at Indiana, Pennsylvania. At the University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor, Michigan, he has spent two summers working for his Masters
In the Tyrone Schools, Mr. Routch has been made Head of the
Department of Instrumental Music. He teaches not only in the junior-
Senior High School, but also in the elementary schools of Washiiigton,
Logan, and Adams. He has organized the dance band, which has been
very successful this year.
Preceding his coming to Tyrone, Mr. Routch taught in the Rock-
wood Schools in Somerset County.
w. VALGENE Rourcn
First row: Edward Harris, Joseph Dickson, Allison Keller, Max lsenberg
Second row: Robert Harnish, William Snyder, William Burns,
son, Gerald Reese, William Wolfgang,
Tlflird row: Janet Dayton fPianistD, Mr. Wolfgang CDirectorJ,
Morty Templeton, Joseph Andrews, Edward Shollenberger, Frank
Fin! mu: Ellen Lewis, Betty Bateman, Mary jane Gart-
ner, Betty Rightnour, Ardrienne Stroup, Betty Cullison,
Thelma Cook, Janet Hoover, Marjorie Wilson, Miss Barrett
Scunzrl run: Nancy Gardner, Vivian Plummer, Christine
Bowser, Margaret Ike, Bettie Goss, Gloria Williarris,
Marietta Gray, Dorothy Neil, Frances Keller, Ruth Krider,
Thin! mir: Mabel Bowman, Ann Lightner, Lucretia
Summers, Delores Bailey, Betty Givler, Marjorie Krieger,
Lois Matteson, Lucille Mentzer, Vivian Moore,
Fourth mu: Mary Alice Gutrshall, LaVerne
Johnson, Alice Fleck, june Camp, james Fink, William
Burns, Miriam Boal, Loretta Forcey, Ruth Ray.
Fifth mir: Richard Mowry, William Snyder, Richard
Grallius, Charles Glenn, Elvin Rhodes, Zilian Rumberger,
Glenn Abrams, Charles Dickson, Gerald Reese, jack
Sixlb mir: Jack Schell, Charles Cassidy, Frank Batchcler,
Robert Harnish, Walter Marrhouse, Joseph Andrews.
Fin! voir: Marjorie Wilsrun Cliditorj, janet Dayton
fAssistant Editorl, -lean Burley CTypistD, Betty Miller
lHead Typistl, Margaret Moyer Khfypistl, Pauline
Houser fBusiness Managerl.
Semin! rnizt Miss Moore fAdviser7, Williziirfi
Snyder fAssistant Advertising Managerl, Frank
Batcheler 1Assistant Advertising Managerl, Francis
Thal lAssistant Editorl, Suzanne Sickler lAdvertisin5g
Managerl, Betty Merritts lTypistJ, Miss Musser !Ait
Third mir: Willwtir Wtilk lphotographerl, Willizliii
Wilscun fPhotographerl, Loraine Johnston Vfypistl,
Edward Wisnieslii CStaff Artistl, Byron Moglt
Fmt rnzv: Miss Billingsley KAdviserJ, Mary Rozick
CTypistl, Mary jane Buck 1Editorial Writerj, LaRue
Kennedy fAssistant Editorl, janet Hoover CReporterJ,
Betty Price Klub Reporterj, Christine Bowser CReporter7,
LaVerne Myers Vfypistb, Adelaide Gates fReporterl,
Melissa Little lReporterJ.
Serum! mir: Ruth Krider lHeadline Wi'iter and Copy
Readerl, Malvel Bowman fReporterJ, Frances Glass lFeature
liditorj, Marietta Gray lAssistant Exchange Editorl, Agnes
Sickler fCuh Reporrerl, Mary Ann Varner fCub Reportery,
Joyce Yingling 1ReporterJ, Glenna ,lane Williartis fCuh
Reporrerl, Sara Belle Sealfon iCub Reporterj.
Tlnml mn: Mr. Willartl Kerr lAdviserJ, Genevieve
ffffllllillllwl on page 492
ln casting about for a central idea for the
1941 Falcon, the staff, early in the spring of
1940, decided that Tyrone itself, and its vicin-
ity, would afford splendid opportunities for a
photographic theme. Photographers set to
work at once to capture some of the scenic
beauties of summer, and they continued their
efforts until some of the wonder and magic of
winter in and about Tyrone was translated to
Film, and later, to the pages of this book.
Tucked away, then, in the 1941 Falcon is a lit-
tle bit of Tyrone to be added to the many
other memories a yearbook evokes.
A staff, slightly increased in number, took
upon itself the production of the 1941 Falcon.
The editorial staff was increased from three to
four members in order to cope with the amount
of work made necessary by reason of a very
large senior class. The advertising stalf was
increased from three to live members, one of
whom, Donald Gates, volunteered his services.
Cooperation between and among staff members
was excellent. Twenty persons, working to-
gether as one harmonious unit, made possible
the wide coverage found in this book and the
largest sales campaign in Falcon history.
The Falcon Staff joined the Spokesman Staff
in sending delegates to the Pennsylvania School
Press Association Convention held in Pitts-
burgh during the month of October.
The social event of the year was a theatre
party to see one of the staffs own members.
Janet Dayton, play a role in "The Royal
I-Tl'lE, cTl37'L0'YlE gb'3OlQElb.YYlG.Yl
The Tyrone Spokesman, as it is being called
this year, formerly known as The Spokesman,
has brought to its many readers smashing head-
lines and latest news flashes from the exciting
activities of the student body of the Tyrone
Miss Billingsley and Mr. Kerr, though new
to the staff, proved themselves excellent and
worthy advisers. They are proud to announce
that they have an enlarged staff-forty-five
members, eleven of whom are seniors-a wider
distribution of the paper in the grades, and new
feature attractions. The Guidance Department
features articles for the studentsg Personality of
the Week is a clever column which names the
outstanding personality of the weekg the pic-
tures which appear in each edition, some of
people and some of scenes, are done on lino-
leum blocks by the senior class artist, Edward
Wisnieskig and then there is a special section
for the elementary grades.
was more subscriptions. Never before has the
paper had such a response for subscriptions
from the elementary grades as it had this year.
The Staff has an exchange of 50 schools, not
only in Pennsylvania, but also in a number of
Copies of the Tyrone Spokesman are sent to
members of the School Board and Ministers in
this vicinity for the purpose of letting them
read what is going on in this school.
A number of the Staff attended the Pennsyl-
vania School Press Association Convention on
October 25 and 26, 1940, at Pittsburgh, and
four of the members took part in the program.
On the twenty-fifth of january, the Spokes-
man Staff had a dinner at the Arlington Hotel
and a dance in the High School Gymnasium,
the School Orchestra furnishing the music for
The Tyrone Spokesman finances itself by
subscriptions and by advertising done for mer-
The goal of the Spokesman Staff this year Ch2mtS Of the COW11.
Brisbin CTypistJ, Rose Caffarelli CTypistD, Pat Troutwine
fAdvertising Managerh, Gloria Williams CReporterJ,
Genevieve Engelman CReporterJ, Gladys Stryker fCub
Reporterj, Edwarda Skelly CCub Reporterj, Mary Ann Jen-
Fourth ww: Jack Boytim fAssistant Athletic Editorb,
john Andrew CCirculation Managerl, june Camp CEditorj,
Suzanne Sickler Uunior High Editorl, Clara Jane Jones
flixchange Editorj, William Kanour fAssistant Athletic
Editorl, Edward Wisnieski CArt Editorl, Robert Harnish
fAssisrant Advertising Managerb, Glenn Abrams CCub
Fifth rozrz Dominic DeMario CCirculation Managerl,
Jack Schell tAssistant Feature Editorl, Donald Gates
1Assistant Advertising Managerj.
Photography by Walk and Wilson
Calst ot "China 05015
Sealeal: Betty Kirkpatrick fAnnie the
Maidl, Glenna Jane Will iam s
fCharlotte Makb, Sara Belle Sealfon
fLulu Mae Robinsonb, Edwarda Skelly
fMrs. Parkerj, Jonelle Phillips fSelma
Standing: Miss Piper iliaculry Stage
Managerb, jack Lucas fBill Parkerb,
Sam Woodring CWill Parkerl, Ronald
Albright fMark Mills, who is "China
BOYHP, Max lsenberg CGeorge Robin-
sonl, Nevin Summers CBob Troumanb,
Miss Myers CCoachJ.
All "China Boy" photography by Walk and Wilsrmii
W'ill Parker. the principal, has no trouble
enforcing discipline at the Middlesboro High
School, but in his own home-fwell, thats another
matter. His son, Bill, thinks of nothing but foot-
ball, and his daughter, Selma. has her heart set on
winning the Middlesboro Munchie-Crunchie Ice
Cream Companys Popularity Contest. Thats the
way things stand when. suddenly one summer
morning, they get a letter from China! Mrs.
Parkers sister is sending her son Mark to the
Parkers to continue his education in America.
Mark, according to the letter, is a wonderful boy,
a model of virtue, and as nearly perfect as a mortal
Mark arrives and lives up to all advance
George Robinson, the meanest boy
in town, has picked a fight with Mark
Mills, who is "China Boy." Mark
turns the tables by downing George,
sitting on his stomach. and eating ice
cream until George says, "Uncle! " The
other characters are interested to see
the outcome, because they despise
notices. He is always helpful-too helpful to
please Bill and Selma who would gladly send him
right back to China. They say he isnt a "regular
guy." Then Lulu Mae Robinson, a twelve-year-old
terrorist, takes Mark under her protective wing.
With her aid, he gets "in wrong" with his uncle
and aunt. They have made all plans for his re-
turn to China when Mark proves that he can be
"one of the boys" after all. The younger Parkers
apologize and take Mark into their circle-even
their football games. They even like his quota-
tions from Confucius, although Annie, the maid,
insists to the end that Mark is a pyromaniac and
that the whole house must be fumigated.
Phillips, Williams, Albright, Isenberg, Summers, Lucas
A very familiar and inspiring sight found
in Tyrone during the month of December
is the scene of the nativity placed on the
memorial plot at the junction of Tenth
Street and Washington Avenue. It consti-
tutes a part of the city lighting at Christmas
time and is the handiwork of Alexicraft.
Photography by Wilson
SCENE OF THE NATIVITY
Clgnlnce ot Claeace
A pageant entitled "Prince of Peace" was the
form of entertainment offered the assembly groups
during the week preceding the Christmas vacation.
This pageant emphasized the idea that although
Evil has menaced Peace in the world before, it was
always defeated in the end. Evil is defeated by a
power higher than human power.
Costumes, stage sets, lighting, and music pro-
vided the proper atmosphere for this deeply signi-
ficant program. Many well known Christmas
Lucas Kirkpatrick Skelly
carols were interspersed throughout the pageant.
The following pupils were assigned character
roles: Voices-Elaine Henney and Richard Searerg
Shepherds-Joe Ieraci, james Trimble, John For-
cey, john C. Fink, Peasants-Marilyn Morrison,
Ethel Hand, Daniel Meckes, Keith Kelly, Mary-
The Art and Music Departments gave valuable
assistance to the Dramatics Department in the
presentation of this program.
Anne, the maid, is asked to clear
out two lower drawers of Bill Parker's
dresser in order that Bill can share his
room with Mark Mills from China.
Bill resents this because he has
valuable "stuff" in those drawers. The
valuable "stuff" includes a rat skeleton
in a jar, two detective magazines, a
moth-eaten stuffed squirrel, and two
MISS ENID ALICE MUSSER
Every May tryouts are held for those who are
interested in becoming members of the Art Club.
These aspirants are given a definite piece of work
to do which will test their abilities in the field of
art. The results are judged, and those whose
work reach a certain standard automatically be-
come members of the Art Club.
Members of the Art Club decide, in the fall,
what type of work they want to do during the
school year. This year they chose to make
marionettes. These marionettes, which are made
from papier-mache, are very difhcult to make.
Club members have been working steadily on
these at their meetings, which are held every Fri-
day after school, and have been doing very well
in their mastery of the difficulties found in
The club, when their work is completed, will
Fin! row: jonelle Phillips, William Frantz.
4-fha Jlnt Club
put on a marionette show in assembly. They
wrote the play themselves, which is to be an
adaptation of "Rip Van Winkle." Scenery for the
show was also made by the Art Club. Controls
which were needed have been supplied by the
shop department. The stage was got from Logan
School. This stage is of regulation size, having
the same dimensions as that of Tony Sarge, who
is one of the best known makers and operators of
Members of the Art Club are awarded letters
if they have belonged to the club two years, one of
which must be the ninth grade.
This year Miriam Spicer was elected president
of the club, and Dean Bowman is serving as sec-
Miss Musser, Supervisor of Art in the Tyrone
schools, directs the activities of the club.
Second row: David Duncan, Shirley Miller, Lois Burns, Miriam Spicer, Alvin Bathurst, Dean
Bowman, Richard Stonebraker, Evelyn Widney.
Third row: Miss Musser iArt Supervisorl, Genevieve Foust, Margaret Popovitch, Betty Finnegan,
Rose Popovitch, Ruth Watson, Loraine Keller, Mary Alice Reynolds.
Photography by Walk and Wilson
Firrr row: Dorothy Calderwood, Gloria Edmondson, Kathryn Thompson, Ethel Hand, Mary
Price, Nancy Vogt, Suzanne Nearhoof, Louise Zang.
Sammi row: Suzanne Sickler, Virginia Kaspick, Clara Jane jones, Mary Jane Gartner, Mary .lane
Hagg, Ann Lightner, Betty Waite, Melissa Little, Pauline Kaup.
Third rozr: Ruth Ray, Virginia Long, Marguerite Bell, Evelyn Duff, Georgetta Long, Miss Wilson
iAdviserJ, Suzanne Shoemaker.
The activity of the Science Club, a group
which was f1rst organized f1VC years ago, is a very
interesting phase of school life. The purpose for
which this club was started was to create an in-
terest in science.
Meetings of the Phi-Chem-Bi are held twice a
month, on the first and third Wednesdays. At the
present time the enrollment of the club is twenty-
four. In order to become a member of the club,
a project on some aspect of science must be made
and accepted. The club director accepts or rejects
Phi-Chem-Bi members expect to attend a dis-
trict meeting which will be held in Altoona on
May 10. In preceding years this meeting extended
only through an afternoon and evening, but this
year it is to be an all-day meeting. This gather-
ing will have as the main speaker, a representative
of some college, but students will also speak.
After the morning session, all members attending
the meeting will go to Horseshoe Curve, there to
have a picnic lunch. Then they will return to
Altoona for the rest of the district meeting.
Our own Science Club expects to take outdoor
trips in the near future in order to make a study
of birds and flowers, two subjects in which many
members of the club are interested.
The Phi-Chem-Bi this year elected Suzanne
Sickler to the position of president, Clara Jane
jones, vice-president, Marguerite Bell, secretary,
and Nancy Vogt, treasurer.
The club has joined the Pennsylvania junior
Academy of Science which also includes member-
ship in the District junior Academy of Science.
Miss Wilson, teacher of biology in the Tyrone
Senior High School, is the director of this club.
MISS LILLIAN WILSON
Seated: Betty Waite, Miss Couch fLibrarianD, Frances Mastrapaolo.
Standing: Louise Reed, Virginia Long, Georgetta Long, Louise Bratton, Jane Kustenbauder.
Our library has been improved this year in
appearance and in content. More shelving has
been added both to the library and to the work-
room, and this in turn has made space for a better
and nearer arrangement of the rapidly increasing
number of books and magazines. A new twelve-
drawer card index has also been added.
Many new books have been placed in our
library, including much interesting fiction and
non-fiction, as well as helpful reference books.
Some of the outstanding additions are: Sandburgs
six volumes fSangamon edition of Abraham
Lincolnp, Van Nostrands Scientific Encyclopedia,
The Unabridged New Standard Dictionary, World
Book Encyclopedia, the 1940 XWho's Wfho in
America, and the Aircraft Yearbook for 1940.
The library subscribes for eight more periodicals
than it previously received, making the total num-
ber of periodicals thirty-two.
At any time during or after school, the girls
on the library staff may be seen properly placing
books on the shelves, taking library permits to the
various rooms, checking books out and in, or even
taking complete charge of the desk. This enables
them to become familiar with the work of a
librarian and to come to know a very large num-
ber of books.
Photography on this page by
Walk and W M011
CHARLOTTE Fl. ECK
.gchooll Safety, Clgatnoil
The Safety Patroi was organized five
years ago. Its objective is to pre-
vent accidents and promote safety.
The patrol is made up of nine boys.
They are on duty as the students come
and go from school. Their duty is
to prohibit trailic from traveling be-
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Streets on Lincoln Avenue,
This year's force is made up of
Marlin Patterson. who is head patrol-
man, Richard Long, Allen Beyer,
james Snyder. Richard Shellenberger.
Wfilliam Snyder, Richard Schopp, Cecil
Hoover, and Williaim Shoemaker.
Photography hy Wingate
Hats olli to our Cheerleaders, and let's give
them a rousing cheer! They have added pep, vim,
and vigor to our athletic contests. Braving
and rainy weather, our Cheerleaders never failed
to add some color and excitement to our games.
Their time and efforts were greatly appreciated by
the students and adults.
The Varsity Cheerleaders are made up of a
group of six. Marlin Patterson is head cheer-
leader. The others are Louise Snyder, Jean Bur-
ley, LaVerne Myers, Christine Bowser, and Betty
Burka. The junior Varsity Cheerleaders are
Mildred Krider, Carol Elder, and Anna Mae Thal.
Mr. Aurand is the faculty manager for the Cheer-
Both the Varsity and junior Varsity Cheer-
leaders attended the band banquet.
At the present time, the Cheerleaders are hav-
ing school dances to raise enough money to pur-
chase new uniforms for next year.
Marlin Patterson 1Head Cheerleaderh, jean Burley, Christine Bowser, LaVerne Myers, Betty Burka, Louise Snyder
Find :be HY" marco!-lbe fat
GAMMA TRI-H1-Y ALPHA TRI-HI-Y, SENIOR H1-Y, JUNIOR H1-Y
To build a better world, ready I must be, in To create, maintain, and extend throughout
the place where life doth find me, holding fast yet the school and community, high standards of
pushing on to glorious adventure-you and I and Christian character.
y Wootlring, Walk, and Wilsczii
Firxl mu: Robert Piper, john Mannino, james Crain, Teddy Dougherty, Robert Charles, Berf
haul Mingle, Richard Campbell, Richard Seater, james Glenn,
Strom! mu: Robert Owens, Daniel Meckes, Charles Clark, Ronald Albright, joseph Dickson.
Ri,hard Getz, Robert Hughes.
Thin! ron: John Dickson, Cosmo Zang, Nevin Summers, Robert Mann, Williani Reed, Keith
Kelly, joseph Griflin.
lirmrtly rozi: Donald Hubert, David Skelly, Robert Hall, Dean Bowman, Robert Hagg, Mr.
Bloom fAdviserD, Eugene lgou.
Firrz mir: Charles Glenn, Kenneth Holt, Allen Beyer, Glenn Abrams, Charles Cassidy, Edward
Seronrz' row: William Snyder, John Andrews, Robert Phillips, Edward Conway, William Culver.
Third rout Leonard Fuoss, Walter McKinney, Jack Schell, Dennis Sharkey, Lee Adams, Ernest
Evans, William Wilson.
Fourth f0Zl'Z Richard Mowry, james Wooden, Mr. Eckert fAdviser7, Frank Batcheler, john
Pownall, Burley Zerbe.
Duc: May 2-i, I9-10
5 Theme: Hawaii
Q " Orchestra: Barry Blue
Special Feature: Grand March
Mary Grnfius Rcnctra Heiss
ljgj Photography of Prom by Robert Wingate
Photography by Walk and Wilson
In skyrocketing to state-wide prominence, the
Eagles secured for themselves and the school three
beautiful championship trophies. A trophy was
awarded them for each of their three titles.
namely, Bald Eagle League Champions, Cham-
pions of the Western Conference of the Pennsyl-
vania Interscholastic Athletic Association and
Co-Champions of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic
As the winner in the Bald Eagle League, the
Eagles attained the envious record of winning 5
and losing O. Tyrone scored 157 points, while it
limited its opponents to 2. It also placed five
players on the All-League First Team, these being
Ammerman, Noel, Schnellbaugh, Lewis, and Sny-
der. This team was picked by the league officials.
Tyrone gained its nrst Western Conference
Championship this year by establishing a new
Conference record of ll wins against no defeats.
In their conference play, the Golden Eagles scored
525 points to their opposition's 16.
In tying the Eastern Conference representative,
Shenandoah, 0 to O, the Eagles came out Co-
Champions of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic
Athletic Association. This game was really a great
moral victory for Tyrone because the Eagles were
out-weighed about 20 pounds per man and were
handicapped by playing on a muddy, foreign field.
The winner of the annual Levine Award this year was Coach Jacobs.
This award was given to Coach Jacobs after the players, who vote on the
winner each year, voted unanimously for their coach.
In naming Coach Jacobs the winner of the Levine Award, the players
showed their fine appreciation of his work with them. In the three years
that he has been in Tyrone, he has done much to build up football in our
school. Our varsity team now ranks high among the teams in the state,
and this year it became the co-champion team of the Pennsylvania Inter-
scholastic Athletic Association, a goal Tyrone never achieved before.
MR. STEPHEN GEORGE JACOBS
Clfanalttff qootlffallll lTt-:am
lfimt row: john Forcey, Dale Edmondson, james Bonsell, Earl
Dickson, LeRoy Shilrlr, Delbert Long, James Glenn, Guy Mogle.
Secozzrf ron z Franklin Ammerman, Elmer Parker, Robert Bickel,
Terrence Weston, Max Schnellbaugh, jatk Lewis, Ralph Thomas,
Robert Beckwith, Meryl Noel, Reeder Singler, Robert Snyder.
Third rout Bern Oberly fTrainer!, Raymond Robinson, Harry
Eckert, Lee Port, Elvin Rhodes, Rodney Nearhoof, jesse Temple-
ton, Karl Miles, Stanley Carich, Eugene Igou.
lhzznrtla mfr: Harold Eckert CAssistant Coachb, Christie Snyder
CManagerJ, Max Singler fManagerJ, Harry Laird fManagerD, Hays
Birkel, Martin Hardy, William Robinson, Vlilliam Ellenberger
LManagerD, Stephen Jacobs CCoaehJ.
Bickel C. Snyder Oberly Ammerman
Photography by Walk and Wilsrxn
TEN BIG RAHS
Team! Team! Team!
Wfhom do we appreciate?
Team, Team, Team
In their annual "Turkey Day" battle the Tyrone
Golden Eagles did themselves proud in trouncing
Huntingdon, 15 to 0. It was a determined and
hard-fighting Eagle outfit that completely out-
classed the Bearcats. Only the breaks kept Hun-
ingdon in the game and held the score down.
The Orange and Black avalanche started right
from the opening whistle and drove 78 yards to
their first score. This drive was highlighted by
hard line-smashing and clever thinking by the
Tyrone quarterback, Franklin Ammerman. He,
along with Noel, carried the brunt of the attack.
Tyrone drove deep into Bearcat territory several
times during the game, but was unable to score
again until the final period. This score came as
a result of an intercepted pass by Ammerman.
Noel and Ammerman again paired off and carried
the ball to the Huntingdon 4, where Ammerman
scored. A fake placekick play, Tyrone's pet play
this year, worked to perfection as "Knute" Snyder
pulled in a pass over the Bearcat goal for Tyrone's
The final whistle brought Tyrone a hard, well-
earned victory and the Western Pennsylvania
Football Conference Championship.
Tyrone's Golden Eagles went east to Shenan-
doah for the State Championship Play-off Game.
They garnered Tyrone's greatest "moral victory"
in the schoolis history, by holding a very much
heavier Blue Devil eleven to a scoreless tie in a
sea of mud.
The Eagles made the first threat of the game
in the first quarter after Singler made a beautiful
run-back of a Shenandoah punt and Ammerman
did a 20 yard run on a spinner play. The Tyrone
attack carried to the Blue Devil 18, where an
intercepted pass proved disastrous to the Eagle
cause. From this point the game was a see-saw
affair, until just before the half, when Shenandoah
drove to the Eagle 11 where they were stopped
In the fourth quarter, Tyrone drove to the
Shenandoah 20 on another great punt run-back by
Reed Singler. The Eagle attack faltered, as the
Blue Devils stiffened their defense. Both teams
were stopped dead after this by stubborn defensive
work on both sides.
The mud and rain stopped the Eagles' razzle-
dazzle attack, but their defense was superb
Photography hy Wilson
With a T
With a Y
With an R
With an O
With an N
With an E
With an H
With an I
With a G
With an H
rfhe Champa in a cvlutaheilll
TYRONE HIGH OPPONENTS
12 .....,.,. ...... G ames Won ...,.. ,........,.., 0
1 ...,.. ........ G ames Tied ...,.... ...,..... 1
383 ......... .......,.... P oints Scored ..... .t.. . 4 22
163 ..... ..,.,..,.,....... F irst Downs ....,......... .,..,,... 5 9
3345 ,..,.t ...., Y ards Gained Scrimmage ..,... .,.,...i 9 56
182 ..,1, .,,. Y ards Lost Scrimmage ,.,. ..,... 3 81
85 ......,.. ......., P asses Attempted ...,. ...,.. 9 7
34 ........, .4....4..,. P asses Completed ...,.,.. .,..,. 3 6
459 ....A..,. ,.,,.. Y ards Gained from Passes ...., ..... 3 82
7 ,...1..,. .,.A... O wn Passes Intercepted .....,. ....,. 1 8
30 ,....... .....,..,.........., F umbles ...,,....,...,.,.... ....., 2 4
16 ,..s..... , ..... Own Fumbles Recovered ,.ss... ..,.r 1 1
6 .,...,... ...,,.,,.,.. L areral Passes ....,..,.,,. 3
52 ,..,..... ...,.......,.... P enalties ........,.....,..,........ ...... 2 6
460 ..,...... ,.......,...,.,.....,,,... Y ards Penalized ...,......,..,4,.......,...., ...,.. 2 30
union qfanalttf qootluctml CT:-:am
First 1ou': Gerald Watters
fStudent Managerj, Roy Heaton,
Dick Campbell, Teddy Dougherty,
john Detwiler, Clay Lamborn, Jim
Shea, Robert Piper, William Sickler,
Victor Stonebraker, David Snyder,
Dominic Scordo CStudent Managerl.
Second row: Charles Chiofar
iStudent Managerj, Jack Keppler,
John Dickson, joseph Frye, George
Dannaway, Walter Miles, Carl Dresf
sel, Calvin Noel, Jack Douglas, Bud
Anderson, Thomas Stanley, Nevin
Third row: Denver Smith, Mr.
LaPorte iCoachJ, Kenneth Wertz,
Mark Givler, Dick Fisher, Bob
Foust, Pat Tahaney, Charles Waple,
Boyd Reeder, Chester Mengel, Vin-
cent Hagg, Harry Ormsby, Ed Foust,
Gecifge Wittrnan, Jim Miller, John
YAH DIN AH
Yah Dinah, Dynamite
Welve Got Pep, and
We've Got Fight.
'With Coach Jacobs
And his Team
Holy Moses, We've
Rip Saw, Rip Saw, Rip Saw
We belong to the Tyrone Gang.
Are we in it?
I guess, Yes!
Tyrone High School
Yes! Yes! Yes!
Photography by Walk and Wilson
union llfanaltyf Sconea
Tyrone .i,.. ....... . .13 Philipsburg , .. , 8
Tyrone ......, ..,.,, 0 Bellwood , .,..,.. ,.....,. 1 8
Tyrone ..,.,.. ...!., 0 Huntingdon ...,...! ..,.. . 14
Tyrone ,...... ...... 0 Bellwood . ,....,..,........ !,..,.... 1 9
Tyrone ...., . ..,....... 12 Philipsburg .,...........,,..,....,..... 0
Tyrone ..... ..,,.. O Roosevelt CAltoonaJ ...,., ,...., 2 0
Tyrone ...., . ,..,,. 6 Osceola Mills ..!,.,...,..,... ,..... 0
Three games wong four games lost
Coach-KARL LAPORTE Alfifldflf Coach-PAUL AURAND
ONE A ZIP
One a zip
Two a zip
Three a zip-zam
We play football and
Don't give a-
Razzle, Dazzle-Hobble, Gobble
Sis, Boom, Bah!
Tyrone High School
Rah! Rah! Rah!
The picture to the right shows a part of Tyrone's
great "Victory" celebration at the end of the football
season. This bonfire was located on the Laundry
Playground on East 12th Street. It was built by the
student body with the help of the business men of
the town, on Monday evening, Dec. 9, 1940. The
fire reached a height of 40 or 50 feet.
All of the townspeople and student body gathered
around the fire, and, accompanied by the High School
Band, sang songs and gave cheers, until late at night.
The celebration at the bonfire was preceded by a
Photography by Walk
Kneeling: Williain Roberts 4ManagerJ, Meryl Noel, Elmer Parker, Charles Cassidy, Byron
Mogle, Merle Albright, Willard Hickes.
Slruzdiugz Mr. Jatobs lCoachJ, Eugene lgou, Eugene Grazier, Paul Sweitzer, Harold Sweitzer,
Clark Skelly, Elvin Rhodes lManagerl.
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JANUARY 3-Huntingdon l2-56 fHomel
The Golden Eagles got off on the wrong foot
in their Mountain League Schedule by dropping
a 56 to 12 decision to Huntingdons Bearcats. A
towering, well-drilled Huntingdon team found
Tyrone no match for them at all.
JANUARY 10-Philipsburg 18-26 CAwayD
The Orange and Black traveled to P-Burg for
their next Mt. League encounter. Here the Eagles
played their most erratic game of the season and
dropped a 26 to 18 game. The passing and
shooting of both teams was very poor.
JANUARY l7-Mount Union 26-52 tl-lomei
Mount Unions Trojans invaded the Lincoln
Gym for the Eagles, third league game. Tyrone
led for three quarters, and was tied with two
minutes to play, but a Mt. Union rally spelled
victory for the visitors, 52 to 26.
JANUARY 24-Lewistown 24-25 QHomeD
Tyrone garnered its first Mountain League
victory at the expense of Lewistowns Panthers in
the Lincoln Gym. A last-minute field goal, the
climax of an uphill battle, brought victory to the
Eagles. The Panthers led throughout, but the
Eagles never gave up and salvaged a hard-fought
JANUARY 51-l-lollidaysburg 26-24 CAway9
Again the Golden Eagles showed the never-say-
die spirit that characterized their play all season,
by coming back in the second half to upset a
highly favored H-Burg crew. The Eagles climaxed
another last half rally with a last-minute field goal
to gain a 26 to 24 victory.
FEBRUARY fl-Huntingdon l3-52 CAwayJ
Tyrones Mountain League aspirations were
again dampened by the Bearcats of Huntingdon,
as they administered a 32 to 15 shellacking to the
Eagles. Tyrone took the first quarter 5 to 2, but
the Huntingdon attack got rolling in the second
quarter, and they proved themselves worthy of the
FEBRUARY 7-Philipsburg 24-I8 CHomeD
The Eagles returned to the win column on the
home hardwood by downing P-Burg 24 to 18.
This game was close the whole way, but the
Eagles' last quarter again proved the deciding
FEBRUARY I8-Lewistown l9-Sri tAway7
The annual trip to Lewistown proved to be a
disastrous one, as the Eagles absorbed a 54 to 19
trouncing. The large floor cramped the Eagle
attack, while the Silktowners' attack worked to
perfection. The game was again marked by good
sportsmanship. as are all meetings between these
FEBRUARY 21-Hollidaysburg 40-52 fHomeQ
Tyrones final home game was one of their best
of the season. The Eagle attack clicked to per--
fection, especially in the last quarter. The game
was close and hard-fought throughout, but another
last quarter rally brought the bacon to the Eagles.
This defeat of our opponents, coupled with
Tyrone's first victory over them, gave Huntingdon
the League Championship. Huntingdon won 8.
lost 2, and H-Burg won 7, lost 5.
FEBRUARY 25-Mount Union 30-47 tAway1
Tyrone's curtain-closing appearance at Mount
Union saw the Eagles drop a 47 to 30 decision to
the Bowsermen. The Mount Union attack was
unequaled by any Eagle opponent all season. The
Trojans just didn't miss, and the Eagle attack was
After being a pre-season choice for the Mt.
League cellar, the Eagles upset the dope, climbed
to fourth place, and enjoyed a rather successful
union clfcmaltig Clflctalaetbaflll CT:-:am
J'f7786?ill,QZ Denver Smith, james Glenn, Raymond Robinson, Buddy Anderson, Thomas Stanley.
.Shzzrdizzlqz Mr. Eckert Kloachl, Ralph Thomas, Robert Foust, Richard Fisher, Robert Beckwith,
Calvin Noel, James Crain lManagerJ.
getty- clfee Uzlaaleetballll
U In the past season the Tyrone Varsity Understudies compiled the envious record of
hfteen wins against one doubtful defeat. This record brought them and Tyrone their
hrst Mountain League Championship.
The lone defeat that marred their record was an overtime game at Huntingdon, which
they lost 22 to 17. This game should never have gone into an extra period play, as the
"Little Bearcatsl' scored their tying tally in a very disputable play. Tyrone's diminutive
guard, Bob Foust, was rushed against the wall of the gym and knocked unconscious,
nevertheless he was called for fouling a Huntingdon player. The foul shot was made
and thus the game was forced into extra minutes, during which time Huntingdon racked
up three held goals to Tyrones lone foul tally, to garner the 22 to l7 win,
Last season, practically the same ,lay-Vee team tied for the league title. but this year
there was no doubt about their superiority.
ZIGGETY BOOM COME ON ORANGE
Ziggety Boom, Rah! Rah! Come on. Orangeg
Ziggety Boom. Rah! Rah! Come on, Blackg
E-A-G-L-E-S Come on, Tyrone,
Eagles Push 'em back!
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
Kzzeefifzg: Kenneth Sweitzer, Dominic Scordo, Lee Roberts, Edwin Wry'c, David Snyder, Robert
Hall, Charles Clark fManagcrJ,
Sldllulfllgl Mr. Bloom fCoachJ, Bruce Bryan, Boyd Reeder, Charles Foust, Chester Mengel, Jack
lieppler, David Skelly.
Seated: Richard Wirtner, john Andrew, Morty Templeton, Richard Stever, William Sifkler, John
Hull. David Grazier.
Kneeling: Lee Port, john Dickson, Henry Davidson, Hubert Harper, james Shea, George
Standing: Mr. Shollenberger fCoachl, Robert Shildt, Bernard Mingle, Max Schnellbaugh, Nelson
Gault, Robert Snyder, Vincent Hagg, Melvin johnson, Hayes Bickle, Donald Cowher, Frank
The Tyrone High School Wrestlers opened their
1940-41 season with a 24 to 18 win over Philips-
burg at Philipsburg. Philipsburg led throughout,
but Tyrone won the last two bouts, and also the
meet . . . Tyrone's initial home meet was with Lock
Haven, who administered a 341 to 6 beating to the
Orange and Black. Tyrone won
bouts , . . XX7hen Tyrone's wrestlers
Lewistown, they were handed a 51 to
ing. Tyrone's team was riddled with
sickness . . . In the Eagles, next home meet, an in-
experienced. but aggressive Curwensville team
was handed a 54 to 5 jolting . . . The Eagles won
their initial encounter with Bedford, 20 to 13, in
the Lincoln Gym. Ammerman scored the only
fall of the meet . . . The second meeting between
Tyrone and Philipsburg took place in the Tyrone
Gym and proved very successful for the Orange
and Black. The Eagles left the gym that night
with a 28 to 17 victory added to their string . . ,
Lewistown was next to invade the Lincoln Gym,
Tyrone got "sweet revenge" for the beating they
received at Lewistown, as they handed the Pan-
thers a 27 to ll setback . . . An improved Cur-
wensville team was then given a 28 to 6 setback
on Tyrone's third invasion of foreign territory . . .
Tyrone journeyed to Bedford for a return en-
counter with Bedford where they extended their
winning streak to 6 straight. The Eagles brought
home with them a 23 to 13 victory.
The Eagles' final meet of the season proved very
disastrous, as they were handed a 29 to 3 trounc-
ing by a much superior Clearfield team. The
meet, held in the Lincoln Gym, brought forth an
over-capacity crowd . . . The Orange and Black
finished their season with 7 wins and 3 losses, and
they also placed Schnellbaugh, Snyder, and Mingle
in the finals of the District Eliminations at
The picture to the left shows Tyrone High Schools
pole vaulter, Robert Snyder, clearing the bar at about ten
Orange and Black pole vaulters have done well for
themselves in past years. The school record has now
reached the height of 11 feet 10 inches. This record was
established in 1938, and is held by Bernard Shildt.
Tyrone's track team would fare much better if the field
events were strengthened, Much is being done to help
this situation. Pole vaulting was given a big lift when the
school purchased a new aluminum pole, with which
Tyrone's vaulters hope to reach new heights.
Pole vaulting has advanced by leaps and bounds in re-
cent years, and the world's record was recently boosted to
fifteen feet by Earl Meadows in Madison Square Garden.
Pole vaulting is a very good sport to develop one's
body. It develops leg and arm muscles and helps greatly
to build up all parts of the body. Speed and body coop-
eration are also needed to obtain much height in this sport.
Tyrone High Schools 1940 Track Team enjoyed
a very successful season. It was Tyrone's most
successful season in years.
The Orange and Black "Speedsters" won three
of four dual meets with neighboring schools. They
also won the Bellwood-Antis Invitation Meet, in
which eleven schools participated, and placed third
in the Shippensburg Invitation Meet. In the
Mountain High Meet at State College, Tyrone
Tyrone held the State Championship in the Half-
Mile Relay, and also placed third in the Mile Run.
First rozr: James McCann, William Wilson, Leroy Shildt, Karl Miles, Byron Guyer, George
Myers, john Lennous, Francis Thal, Robert Snyder, William Robinson, James Glenn.
Second row: Harry Smith, Raymond Robinson, William Roberts, Richard Stever, Bud Ander-
son, Jack Keppler, Dale Edmondson, Morty Templeton, Joseph Smith, Frank Romano, Donald
Third vow: Mr. Jacobs CCoachJ, Albert Price, Herman Brown, Edward Conway, Robert Lynn,
Calvin Waite, Guyer Candy, Robert Beckwith, Eugene Igou, Glenn Cowher, Robert Igou, Meryl
Noel CManagerD, Frank Ammerman tManagerJ, Mr. Aurand QAssistant Coachb.
Photography by Thal
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Track is the most interesting spring sport in continues until school closes. About forty boys
school. Track season starts about March first and report for track each spring. These boys run out
of doors every afternoon. The usual running dis-
f tance is five miles, but there is a shorter run of
one half that distance.
Track is an interesting sport, and it is becoming
more popular each year.
Tyrone High School won its first State
Championship in Track in the 880 yard re-
lay. The members of this relay team were
Robert Igou, Robert Lynn, Edward Conway
and Calvin Waite, with alternates Robert
Snyder and William Robinson. These
fellows covered the half-mile distance in one
minute and thirty-one seconds to win the
State Championship for the Orange and
Black. The meet was held at State College.
The regular relay team of Igou, Lynn,
Waite, and Conway never tasted defeat in
their high school competition.
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"America," the theme of our Sixth Annual Field
Day Exercises, expressed the colorful history of our
many-sided nation, in a never-ending pageantry of
games, sports, and dances.
In the programme were depicted, through Physical
Education, the Youth in various periods of our na-
tional development-in the belief that it would give
a clearer, more vital picture of the life of these
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This is the way you yell it-
Photography by Fleck and Walk
with her attendant
representing the Colonial Period ,
Elaine Price, Ruth Smith, Mary Jane Andrews
Julia Gilbert, Naomi Smith, Dorothy Neil.
PERIOD HERALDS SINGING
AMERICA and her COURT Photography by Fle
a. High School Band
b. America and Her Court take places
1.Color Guards-Betty Stewart, Marian Rightnour,
Grace Robinson, Jean Cox, Sara jane Patton,
Louise Snyder, Ruth Watson, Carol Phillips, Betty
Rightnour, Dorothy Rhodes.
2.Spirit of Freedom t..t . ,....,...., ,.....4,., P atty Rhodes
3. "America" ..,.......,...........,..........,........,. Jeanne Blair
4. Colonial Period ,.,... Mary Conaghan, Janet Dayton
5.WeStward Movement ....,,..,...,.,.,..,.......,..,.,.,.,....,
.. Dorothy Calderwood, Marjorie Butterbaugh
6. Civil War. ........,....,. Nancy Fernau, Ann Garman
7. Twentieth Century .,,......,... ,..,...,..,,.,..........
..., ,, Kathleen Singler, Betty Merritts
II. COLONIAL PERIOD
Period Heralds ..,. .. ...........,,...,....,...,..,.. "Yankee Doodle"
When the Colonists Brst came to this country they
brought with them the 18th century games and dances of
1. "Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush ",. ,.... ,
2. "Did You Ever See a Lassie' '.,,. ................. G rade II
III. WESTWARD MOVEMENT
Period Heralds ..,.......,.,.,.......,.,.,........,..,..,.. "Oh, Susanna"
The pioneers pushed civilization westward, lighting
physical hardships all day long, but at night, the old fid-
dler struck up a tune and called all to dance.
1."Pop Goes the Weasel" .,,.., . . . .,... Grade IV
PUPILS OF LOWER GRADES AWAITING THEIR TURN
Photography by Fleck
IV. CIVIL WAR PERIOD
Period Heralds A... "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny'
In this glamorous period we find that the gracious
'quaclrilles and polkas were the new favorites of the
1."K1nterpolka" .......4.........,...,..,.,.... Grade III
2. "Virginia Reel". ,,,.,.. ....,.. G rades V and VI
V. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Period Heralds ......,......,,........,.. "Over the Rainbow"
Here in freedom, the twentieth century youth
colors everyday life with games, sports, and dances
in his pursuit of happiness.
1. Patriotic Dance ............... junior High Girls
2.Twentieth Century Activities ...,........,.......
...................,,,...junior-Senior High Boys
Volleyball, Touch Football, Playground Ball,
Wresthng, Dashes, and Tumbling
3. Dedication Ceremony
a. Dedication address-Rev. Edgar R. Heck-
man, Supt. of Methodist Home
b. Acceptance-joseph F. Smith, Board of
c. Presentation by Athletic Board of Control
-F. Clark Skelly, President
4. Dance ...... "Strife and Peace"-Sr. High Girls
l.Band , ....... , ........ "The Star-Spangled Banner"
2. America and Court leave field
General Chairman, Nadine Stewart
EXHIBITION OF MAT WORK
Photography by Fleck
Another sports activity of Tyrone High is
the work of the Mat Team, pictured at the
right. This team is under the coaching of Mr.
The activities of the Mat Team are confined
generally to the Field Day Program.
Left lo right: Herman Brown, Franklin Ammerman,
LeRoy Shildt, Meryl Noel, Eugene Grazier, Byron
Guyer, Carl Burwell, Denver Smith, Max Hall, and
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
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Iva Mae Van Scoyoc i..... .,.,........ A dams
Kathryne Gearhart .,.... ...,...,. A dams
Helen Barr ,.,...........,. ....... L ogan
Harriet Cowher ..,,. .....,.... L ogan
Gertrude Pollock ,...,. .,............., L ogan
Marjorie Pfoutz ,.iei ...,i,.,. ..i....,i,,,.... , .,.,... W a shington
Field Stage Program
Announcer .....,.,... ....... .,.,..,,......,..,. , ......,................ R o bert Bloom
Period Heralds .......,....i.....,,...,.,, .s...,..,,..,..,...,,.,,..... M ary Jane Andrews,
Ruth Smith, Naomi Smith, Elaine Price, Dorothy Neil, Julia Gilbert
Om' Sincere Gratitude Zo:
The American Legion for flags.
The Girls Bugle and Drum Corps for costumes.
The parents who procured costumes.
Miss Eble and Miss Piper, and the Art, Music and
Home Economics Departments for their cooperation.
All who helped make the program a success.
Photography by Fleck
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Walk and Wilson
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S. L. LAKE D.D.S
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FREDERICK C. FARRAND, JR. D.S.C
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FREDERICK C. FARRAND, SR. D.O
HOWARD BARR O.D
J. NORTON GOLDMAN O.D
R. M. QUIGLEY V. M.D
TYRONE'S GOLDEN TREASURE
In this war-torn, weary world
Peace, the jewel, is found
Not in the great city's tall splendor
But in the midst of our own home town.
-june Camp, Class of '41
Tyrone, with its tree-laden mountains and hills
Gives many a scene-loving heart great thrills,
Its beautiful park, when summer's in sway,
Turns many people to travel this way.
-Helen Louire Mattern, Class of '41
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THE GRADUATING CLASS
'That Are Up-to-the-Minute
Remember to Shop at
CcImpbeII's Gift Ma rf
1066 Pennsylvania Avenue
All Kinds of
Hoffmc1n's Ice Cream
CHARLES G. WAPLE
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In good friendship
And great hearts expand
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This world's life.
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1055 Pennsylvania Avenue
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7 E. Tenth Street
Photography by Wilson and Walk
W olf Furniture Co.
"Tyrone's Favorite Furniture Store"
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Tappan Gas Ranges
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 re-
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1 121 Pennsylvania Avenue
Exclusive Agency for the
Violins, Violas, Cellos,
and Double Basses
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222 Fourth Ave.
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1125-27 Pennsylvania Avenue
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Registered Civil Engineer
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309 East Tenth Street
Atlantic Gasoline and Oil
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
JOE ZANG AND CO.
1003 Pennsylvania Ave.
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2 30 FPark Qlfvenue
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THE HOME or TASTY FOODS
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Prepared to Meet the Approval
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111 W. 10th Street
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212 Centre Street
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1.76 Grand Street and 147 Baxter Street
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its appreciation for this fine score board
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1 S 10 Columbia Avenue
Geraci's Shoe Shop
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PIPE AND STEEL
Pipe, Pipe Fittings and Valves
21 11 Beale Avenue
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INDIVIDUAL I Service Excels
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1008 Pennsylvania Ave. Tyrone, Pa.
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23 West Tenth Street, Tyrone, Pa.
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GEMS AND WATCHES
Should be Purchased from Houses in Which You Place Implicit Faith
Diamonds Purchased from this House Carry the Assurance of Genuineness
Watches Bought of Us Carry a Guarantee of Service for a Generation
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12th Ave. S. 16th St.
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WILSON and EL PATIO
Under the Direction
Always The Finest in Screen
MATINEES AND EVENING SHOWS
DAILY AT EACH THEATRE
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21st Street and Columbia Avenue
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Chrysler and Plymouth
Lewis W. Gingery
Robert L. Harmon
Howard M. Moore
CARL L. FRY
604 18th Street Phone 639-R
Maytag and Electric Store
Philco Radios and
1 1 12 Pennsylvania Avenue
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Complete Home Furnishers
10th Street, Tyrone
TASTE AND BE CONVINCED
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SUNDAES AND BANANA SPLITS
8 West Tenth Street
GASOLINE AND OIL
Pe'rer's Service Station
East Tenth Street
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
A Great, Patriotic, and Humanitarian Fraternal Or-
Owns and maintains the MODEL CHILD CITY at
MOOSEHART, ILLINOIS, where otherwise hapless or-
phan children are reared, instructed and equipped to
take their place in life as useful AMERICAN CITIZENS
who are an asset to the nation.
Located at MOOsEI-IAVEN, FLORIDA, is a home for the
aged, Where the last mile of life is spent in a cheerful,
pleasant, and happy atmosphere.
A MOOSE is taught to love and respect his GOD, his
COUNTRY, and his Fellow Man.
The LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE needs YOU and you
need the MOOSE. Membership is open to any man
21 years of age, of GOOD CHARACTER, who is a good,
loyal 100W AMERICAN CITIZEN.
Its all embracing program cares for the sick, the be-
reaved, the orphan, and the aged.
TYRONE LODGE No. 25 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE bids
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MUSIC AND LITERATURE
for every instrument, and on all
subjects pertaining to MUSIC
This store is heed
quarters for every-
thing the band or or-
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menu and accessories.
RCA-VICTOR Radios and Combinations
Classic and Popular Records
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1104 LOGAN AVE. PHONE 535-M
"If iff alone with paint, we do it."
27 West llth Street, Tyrone, Pa
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Capitol Shoe Store
H. H. MAGDOVITZ, Proprietor
Tyr01ze's Cut Price Shoe Store
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Block Clothiers .....,..,..,,.
Bloom Bros. , .......... ..
Bowser, H. F .,.......,..................,......
Burchfleld and Co ......,........,,............
Burkholder Maytag Electric Co ..........
Burns, William ......,.....,.,,..,.........
Campbell's Gift Mart .,,....,.
Davis Buick Co ...........,,...r.
Diehl's Beauty Shoppe ,..,.......
Engelman's Florist Shop .....,....
F. 8: F. Dye Works ...............,,.,,....
Fink Brothers ......................,.........,.
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Fishers Hardware .........,...............,
Flenner Insurance Agency ........,.....
Forcey Barber Shop ...............
Forte, Sam ...................,,.....,..
Fry, Carl .................................,..
Gable, Wm. F. Co., Altoona ..,..,..
Gardner's Candy Store ..........,..,
Gardner, Harry H .....,.,....,..,......,..
Garman Department Store ..........
Garman, Jeweler .,.......,.,.....,....
Geraci's Shoe Shop .............,...
Getz, A. I.. 8: Sons ..........
Getz Market Store .........
Gilbert, R. H ...,............,....,
Gillam Brothers ...................,.
Hagerman, Raymond A .,..,.,..,.
Haines the Shoe Wizard .........,
Harpster Chevrolet Co ...,......
Hickes Grocery ........,......................,.....,........,.. . ,.... . 86
Hiller Insurance Agency ....................................... .......... 9 5
Home Electric Light 8c Steam Heating Co .......... .......... 1 08
Hunter Bakeries .....,............................,..........,. .,.,,. 8 7
Ivory System, Peabody, Mass ..........,.............. ...,...... 1 02
Kienzle Bakery .,.......................... ...... 9 5
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Klevan Bros. .................... .
Kloss Flower Shop ....... , ...,.,... ..
Lester's Wotkmen Shop ....,....
Levine Bros. .........,.......,,...., .
List's Arlington Hotel .........
Lugg 8: Edmonds ..,...,.....,.......
Mack's Capitol Shoe Store ..,.....
Mann Printing Co ........,..........
McConahy, Chandler .....,.....................,.........
Metcalfe 8: Son .....,...............................................
Metropolitan Music Co., New York City .........
Miller Brothers .,.......,..,,........,.........................
Neil, H. L ......,...,...,.........,.
Patsy's Beauty Salon ,..... .......
Pauline's Beauty Shoppe .........
Paul's Diner ............,............
Peck's Service Station ......................
Peter's Service Station ,......................
Peterson System, Greensburg, Pa ..........
Piper's Restaurant .............................
Rea 8: Derick ...............,...........
Reader's Barber Shop ........
Rhodes Planing Mill .......
Rose's Beauty Shop .........
Rothert Company ........
Rupert Chevrolet Co ........
Scullin, W. H ..............,...
Sealfon, Julius ,...,......,.......,.....
Shaffer Stores Company ..........
Shilfler Pharmacy ..........,......
Simmonds, Altoona .,.......
Sing Lee Laundry ,...... ...... ,...,.......,..,..
Snyder, C T. Electric ...,.....,...,.......,.......
Standard Pennant Co., Big Run, Pa .......
Templeton Co. ...,.......,...,....................., .
Tyrone Burial Vault ....,..............,.......
Tyrone Laundry Co .....,.......,...
Tyrone Lime 8z Stone Co .......
Tyrone Milling Co ....,,........
Village Dairy Store .....,....
Waite's Clover Farm ............... ,..... .
Waple's Dairy ...,.......,...........,......,....
West Virginia Pulp 8c Paper Co .,.....,..
Wilson Chemical Co .....,.......,............
Wilson Theatre ..,..,,.,,....................
Winter's Music Store .... ,,..
Wolf's Furniture Store. ,.......
Zang, Joe 8c Co ...,...,.....,...
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