Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1953
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NDRED FIFTY- HREE
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TYRCDNE AREA JOINT HIGH SCHOGL
VOLUME 35 TYRONE, PA.
We the class of 1953 wash to express our apprecnatlon
to Mrs Shlrley Stryker for her tireless efforts an helping to make
our sensor year long to be remembered
She has wnllnngly rendered her servlces as the durectress
of our Sensor Play and has put forth much eflort In conduchng
the programs of the Specual Englush Class Her sense of humor
and expert teaching ablluty have comb d
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It us wlth snncere
gratatude that we dedicate the 53
Falcon to Mrs Stryker
Mrs. Shirley Stryker
' " ine to make her well
i e by the entire class.
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Dr. Norman Miller
N. Grant Hixson
SEATED Mrs Barr Isecretaryl Mr Ramsey Mr Glass Dr Muller Mr Hlleman Mr Solt Mr Baker
STANDING Mr Weaver Mr McMonagIe Mr Hlldebrand Mr Heberlmg Mr Hlckes Mr Pease Mr
Woodrlng Mr Tllson
Board of Educahon
TYRONE AREA JOINT SCHOOL COMMITTEE AND BOARD TYRONE BOROUGH
Harry N Glass
Eldred D Hlleman
Curtrs W Sot
Marlorle E arr
Oscar F Johnson
Richard H Pease
Snannon W Ramsey
Harold J Erhard
Leland D McMonogIe
Andrew J Hnckes
Harold E Baker
Rob rt A Steel
Jesse J Woodrnng
Rob rt P Heberlmg
Jol-n W H Idcbrand Jr
Ist Vuce Presldent
2nd Vnce Presrdent
Secretary lnon membert
J Lynn Ferner
Francns J Herrungton
John A Ayres
Henry F Laughlnn
L Paul Funk
SCHOOL DISTRICT AUTHORITY
Asslstant Secretary Treasurer
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Willard E. Kerr
Senior High Vocational Director
D. Thomas Moore
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BARLEY MARY LOU
Health Physlcal Educatnon Coach of Ch erleaders Drec
tcr of G rls Intramural Program
Commerc al Bus n ss Manager of Spokesman
B RGET MILDRED
Home Economics Cafetena Supervlsor Advrser at Home
Eccnomucs Club Assistant Adv ser Junror Class
Lrbrarlan Advxser Lab ary Club Advrser Junlcr Tr Hr Y
Mach ne Shop Presudent at P S E A
Geograpwy Gurdance Dlrector A sembly Commuttee
Hrstory Advnser of Falcon Assembly Commrttee
Englnsh Adviser of Seventh Grade
Spanlsh Readrng Wrntmg Spellnng Advuser of Spanush
Club Busmess Manager of Sensor Play
English Hnstory Freshman Play Drrector Sensor Tru HI Y
GILHAM WILBUR E
Bnology Hlstory Advuser of Eleventh Grade
Auto Shop Mamtcnance of School Truck
Commercral Advnser of School Bank
Ma hemat cs Co Adv ser of Senna Class
JACOBS S G
General Science Draver Educatron Head Football Coach
Advrser of Key Club
Crvrcs Drnver Educatnon Adv ser of Nnnth Grade Track
Mathematics J V Football Coach Baseball Coach lxocn
Engl sh Spokesman Advts r
Instrumental Muslc Dlrector of Bands and Orchestra
Assembly Cammnttee Supervrsor of lnst umental Musrc
Englnsh Assembly Commuttee Drrec or of Amerncan Le
qon Oratcrlcal Ccntest Ass stant Advrser of Eleventh
Arrthmetuc J V Basketball Coach AssastantAdv1ser of
Science Treasurer of Athletrc Assoclatuon Aclvuser of Boys
Junlor Ho Y
Home Ecanomrcs Ass stant Cafeterra Supervusar
Health Physncal Ed catuon Wrestling Coach Advts r of
Boys S nlor HI Y
Engl sh Aruthmetrc Assustant Dar ctor and B sn ss M
cger of Freshman P ay
MOORE D THOMAS
Drafting Industrial Ar s Vocational Director
l.atn English Adviser of latin Club Assistant Advuser
of Nrnth Grade
Art Advnser of Junror S mor Art Club Supervrsor of Art
SC HELL JOHN
Mathemattcs Attendance Drrector School Psychologist
Durector of Vrsual Ards Assembly Commltt e
H s ory Assns ant Foo ball Coach Eq.up-'nent Manager
Advuser of Tenth Grade
Vocal Musc Choral Drrector Assembly Commnttee
p rvlsor of Vocal Music
Englrsh Dlrec or of Sensor Play Dnrector of Dramatcs
Advlser of Home Room Program Commlttee
Electrrcal Shop Supervusor of Publlc Address Equrpmen
Adviser of Hameroom Program Commrttee
WINGER H DALE
Geography Arrthmetlc Hrs ory S udent Councnl Advuser
Advus r of E ghth Grade
Hrstory Basketball Coach Ass stant Football Coach
Music Geography and Science Assembly Commlttee
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F LEHNIAN HITCHFNS
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In l'6LOgl11tl0ll of hls auperlor abllltleb as .1
Elfted mstructor and wlth deep 'lppreclatlon for
lus patlent effoxts m our behalf as class dean we
the Clfiss of 1951 do smcerely 'md gratefully
dedlcate our year book to MR F LEHMAN
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"Barb' 1 Commercial
et all po es an 'Girls' o-
sec ry she ts t ,
A sit upon b s ' kne
Ea French ' s, e urg ni ,
o go h ack ing w l suit her
BAYER, JOSEPH M.
"Joy Bee" rf Academic
Hi-Y C15 Latin Club l5 Key Club 2:
S ltesm l, 2, t Youth Center Council
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Sl ping isjay B9'fwors7 fail!!
Hetjilreis steal! and Fw fries with
Jay Bei with his set of curls-
Must be why he the girls.
his blood boil.
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Girls' basketball 152, 32 Tumbling Club
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"Jo's" ambition is to be a segietaryt '
And sit upon the boss's knee.
Pork chops and Frenchfries she'd eat each
And with the commercial gang she is
quite gay. l,
CAFFARELLI, JOANNE S.
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 35 Cheerleading 2, 35 Span-
ish Club 25 Latin Club l5 Spokesman l, 25
Falcon 35 Home Ec, Club 35 Sr. Class Om,
cer5 Girls' Chorus l
"Jo" is really built swell,
But her brain capacity i -'ob vllelfl'
She's one everyo e co si S a pal l
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Gamrna,25 Band 35 Senior Play
' tall, and blond, with eyes of blue,
You 'can tell by her face . she's good
She's a maiorette in the Tyrone Band,
Watch her strut, she's really grand.
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BEAMER, CARO JOAN V ro
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idinpfa horsb ets hey egrt afiae.
--Case 'Works at McCr s fivqgmd dime,
F codtxited is e, she can find no
BOTTEICHER, NAN Y N
"Boomey" ' -Voc I
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Love pQt nt yfre F frie
'cnnie sh r occ '
W' on' ru S e keeps 4 g,
n celted girls keep r raving.
BURGET, AGNES MAE
Gamma 'l, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 'I5 Home
Ec. Club 37 Latin,Club l, 25 Tumbling Club
"Aggie" is suited for most anything,
Likes to square dance, eat and sing.
Has light brown natural curly hair,
As pretty as you'll find most anywhere
cdwsnwoob, BENJAMIN B.
"Benny" V - Vocational
Class Officer 1, 2, 35 Senior and Fresh-
mcm Play Castl J
Ben starred in the freshman and senior
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He's gm' jolly fellow and always gay,
Claims his worstxfault is too much money,
After marrying Suzie we'll see' if that's
CAMBRIDGE V HOWARD
School Patrol I 2 3
Howd s best fraend IS his car
But stgll he prefers Jo by far
To watch after her he trles
And loves cheeseburgs and French fries
CLQUSER CCNSTANGI' E
1 n,.Afpha 2 3, gh meal Orchestra 1 7,
Girls Chores 1 K horus 2,3 Spokes
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ul s Body5hcp they keep her sl mg
ou ubtners sl! s always r um, 0
Her modi s always onjhqfg
Ask Bettl and Barb they'lt-4611 ygusi
ce Orchesjl' B ass S xtet 1 2 3
alcon Stow HI Y 3 March ng Band 1
2 3kfPncert Band 1 5,
6 as really a v y
Ask Gus Da and B ll they ll tell you
He Ilkes musuc of any kmd
And he knows It that youll Gnd
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Chorus u om onom cs
Her amb tuon IS to bl sew
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lj! ISIAFH ANN snm sv
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Sh rley won even try to deny
The Army took h r favorite guy
Squar danc ng to her IS delight
And Alr Force IS her future flight
CONRAD JEAN PAUl.A
Al'phq 1 2 3 Sqolsetlnan 1 2 3 Fal
C011 3 Band I 2 3,5 Drc I 'I 2 3
Spanlsht Club 2 Lalp lub 1 FTA 2
outlvCenter Counell 2 Student Council 1
Grls Chorus 1 Nfxed Chorus 2 3
Sen or Play Cast
Jean seems to b everyone s pa J
To a she IS a populd' gal
Gettmg enough sleep as her rough task
About th s problem a Chuck we ll ask
Cowen oAvlb ALAN
G up Vocahonal
t Basebal 3 Hu Y 3
Adds tall and dark wxth a handsome
He 'keeps a run or gurl at o fast march
When not with Betsy he s with Bob Waite
On hs lust hamburgs and French Fries
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DAUGHERTY BEVERlY ADINE
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Ilgju 1 Freshma lay Cast
To Bev a bird s eff gesture
She plans to b tmcher
She says her favorite TOOCLIS ple
And she s the apple of Toby s eye
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2 HNF? Reglo land DlstrlctChamp1on
t he s t restler of Tyrone H gh
ver very I y never very sod
,Among the guys he s a FOVOYITS lad
G ns mtg le guy
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Dove Academic DeVINE JEAN ELLEN
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cert Band I 2 3 Brass Sextet 2 3 Mxxed I Spunmh Club 2 3
Chorus 1 2 Boys Chorus 1 Spokesman
Conc :ted boys drave her mad
2 Freshman Play Cast
Chnl: con came makes her glad
Dove S G sman lad who H ge, ahead Com collectmg and hllung she hkes to do
so MBS Lanhaw always wld And to be a nurse would sunt her too
One day he may be a V I P
If he becomes an M D
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Joannle ACQTIMGYCICI ECKLEY C ERNEST
Girls Chorus 1 Mlxed Chayus,2 E 9 VOCUNOYIUI
.loanme lakes to tap dance anytume
And eating :ce cream suits her fyae
Unfraendly people peeve hen abut
And makes her temper seem unfit
hcllalto ork after school
C pts to b successful
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EMIGI-I BETTY JANE
Betts Commerc EMEL CHESTER J
Betts and her best chum
Sure like to chew gum
Concelted people she lust can t stand
But swlmmmg and wrxtlng letters
she thinks IS lust grand
To all farmers he s a handy man
To become successful IS his plan
Lnkes pork done any way
And could go huntmg every day
ESCHBACH JOHN W EVERHART ELIZABETH L
Johnny Academic Bows Co"'me""'I
Footballl 2 3 Track 2 3 Mixed cha 3
ru I 2 3 Spamsh Club 2 Boys HIY 'I wma
2 3 Freshman Play Cast Betts Rea d e Drug
Johnny s one of our popular lads O
Who wears latest fashrons and fads Eats' " 'C ec and ells Wave
Says worst fault's staymg out all night, To he' 'he A" F e ul e e fe'
As an F B I Agent, he'll be all rnght or slay Q0 an e or 'fe
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"Dix" ' f' Academic
Alpha LJ, Spokesman T, S, Spanish
Club' 2, Iv Latin -Clob ly uth Center
'So0ncil Nb 2 3: Girls' Chorus ly Mixe
horus L 3- Freshman and Senior Play
This iolly' lass we all call Dix
Helps' to keep the Spokesman in o fix.
ipb'in the nursing field she s seeking
onertill ' speaking she s generally
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GARDNEIl LQVONNE KATHLEEN
Sq uegk Commercial
G s Cho s l M d Chorus 2 3
pokesman l 2 B con 3
To be a concert I er is her desire
She likes chili on carne hot as fire
Likes talking picwks of th ngs she sees
And keep n scrapbooks of what it may
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Giuwes MAIl.lbRlE E
Home Economics Qlvbh
This crazy nu! is a friend to ll
When it comes to ck-inning she s on
Wanls to graduate beforqphe s twenty
Personality? 'She s go plenty'
Football l, 2
Gennie plans to ioin the Navy
Mona comesggfapfdiit in Vail
She a i nursing BM evml
hwood is our
5 FRANCHIO, EUGENE RICHARD
f'Genni " Vocational
Where he ll have a cliet of gravy.
Always talking people make him mad
He says Bob Hosbancl s his favorite lad.
ARDN R, MQNAUC ,vo
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nd quiet real sweet too
Her PIOQW smile ggifflvrough td you
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Kee ids keeps her busy
A ertaln fellow makes her Izzy
s a g she get a
l her ture plans are set
YOU Ingers and place your bet
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HAND NANCY CAROL
Gammal 2 3
ThQAl1 Force will clalm thus pretty gurl
Cause she s gomg to guve the Wafs a
Can t walt to graduate and hlt the road
Although she loves her own abode
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Lotm Club 1 1
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Ban' 1 2 3 Base
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yy ep le I5 our Bull
enn In the fall
I Joke goo we know he wull
HIXSON MARY JANE
Alp a 1 2 3 5 esman 2 3 Chorus
2 3 Home Ec Cl 3 Llbrar Staff 3
Specsal English 3 F T A 2 3 Ensemble
2 3 SpanlsltClub Zl Latm Club 1
Mary IS claimed as part of he Gang
Fellows all she e o
Wa ts to be a bus ss a
t clalms sh m etter p acher
Bob IS quite a handsome lad
Claims hls slster makes hum mad
Drives the squad truck here and there
And nature curls has pretty halr
HAND RICHARD ARTHUR
Football 1 Falcon 3 Class Presndent 'I
3 Hr Y Presuden 3
Butch I5 the President of our class
Promxsed for the Navy but Loretta s his
He llkes to hunt and f1sh ln faur weather
With Reuben John Bucky and Bud
HARPER BARBARA ANN
t Alphall 2 3 Spokesman 1 2
Thus luttle packogejs wntty and mce
Sheit make a nurse qt any prxce ,
I Her Course was'quate mofed up ut s true
Bslhcdunt ont Barb ,whatever you do
HICKS CAROL I.
ucksey at Sully s can always be found
Wnth Jam or the gong she s hed and
The Wilson Theater tokes her tume,
Complamlng people hren t worth
HOOVFR CHARLES N
Football 2 35 Basketball 2 3 Chorus
Another one ofthe machine shop crew
Clasms admiration for thus brew
J O IS has Ideal man
But Jeanne IS has loyal fan
HUNTER ANTHONY H
Football 1 Basketball 1 2 3 HI Y 1 2
3 Spokesman 1 3 Band 1 Spanush Club
2 3 Latm Club l
Toby wants to go to college
Says he wants to claum some knowledge
Bev rates f1rst upon hns lust
And all agree that hell be mussed'
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s HUNTER NROGERT L
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ays lhat gsr s are quufe a scream
A1 the orchar he s employed
Also huhlmg he has enloyed
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JOHNSON MARGUERITE Lt
Glrls basketball 2 Spokesman 2 3
Chorus l 2 3 Ari Club 1 Ldllh Club 'I
Spanlsh 2 3 Special English 3
Fllrtallous vuvucxous and wlNy IS she
Maggie a nurse IS golng lo be
Llkeable laughable and preNy Yoo
Jefferson Hospltal she s up T6 youll
Seniors 1953 'ff'
HUNTER MARGARET REBECCA
Glrs Basketball l ha 'l 2
Becky comes from West Tyrosgl-
Claims Fred as her very own'
lydla and Adda are par? of her crew
Go lo McCrcry s shell yi It on you
Alpligjl 2 Spain n 2 lcon 3
Band I2 3 lassNTjeas gr
T lllh lilglhl 53 as
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Tvyurlsa Yon belfer than anyone can
And wams lo marry the ndeal man'
1 fl, 'IRTIIN 1 K
Slash Professdr a cl .lack are a few
Of the naryet lrllvvrn to me and you
Has lokes are funny In a funny way
Wanls lo reflre wuth an easy pay
JOHNSON HELEN E
A H S sen? her here
Temper as her la ggesl fear
Hufes to wall on anyone
Nuce fo know and lofs of fun
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KESSINGER, FRANCES JEANNETTE
Alpha 'I 2 3- Spokesman 'I 2- Chorus
Nettle Sherlock has won her name
Tlmes at Clearvlew brought her fame
Frrend to all mce to know
Muller s gfllce keeps her on the
KIRKPATRICK MABEI. GlADYS
Home Economics Club I 3 Art Club 2
3 Sensor Trl HI Y 3
Mabel says that school as fun
But shell be glad when rt IS done
Wants to graduate and lonn the Waves
Must be Navy Gravy that she crave
LEWIS CLAUDE C
ln auto shop he worked away
Down at Batchelers gat his pay
Tuck was taught by Mr Gwln
A 36 Ford youll Gnd hum un'
l.IBOlD EUG NE
Basketbal lISpoke5man 2 3 Band 'I
2 3 orusl 2 3 Trackl Q-OVYS Chorus
A tractgor traller drlver hell be
e'now spends his time bt the ASP
Ll es to sgend money dnd eat :ce cream
Whale andy and Bull he thinks are
LOUDEN CARI. I.
We all know a blonde boy by the name
Hrs ambmon us to make lots of money
Hrs chums are Howd Jlm and Duck
But of all these Arlene as has puck,
zLE,.PA L MTEHAEL
" ' ' v 5 ty Academic
okesmanl 2- Trackl 2 3- '-
2 3 Key Club2 3
We re proud of Mlke thus 53
Annapolus bound he s sure to be
Prlots a Plymouth here and there
Can be found wlth Goat most any
gmothefmlaghrnrst from J O s crew
Gett ng up early IS hard to do
Huntmg deer ns qurte some hobby
But lust the thing for our Bobby
Johnn a nr4l00lUD99U'Y 'I
He can t stand gyls I wonder why
Youl find h wnth the e ecylfal shop
'bays -4 'Pi Q'
Model alrpla s French frles and sleep
In :S 5612 D I
LINER CHARLES EUGENE
T'o be surcesdfull ts Charlie S ambntaon
H just lov s hqvn g 'F bm
Clalrhs silokzgg ls' not if 9
'Thaw who dfyfilfb dbg sw? 'T
MAGUIRE BOBERT l
.Jccessful he would luke to be
And he loves huntlng terrlflcally
Hrs best pal IS Charles Liner
He enloys being a spaghettl diner
A . 2 Seniors l953
Drppy us quite a flne lad
But In shop he s sometimes bad
Eatlng burgers never makes hum bored
Can always be found at Monkey
McMU EN JAMES W
lf you th nk fixing a car rs a tuck
Just call an a boy they all call Muck
Sleepnng In shop IS a very bad habnt
Bu show hum a hamburger hell sure
HWY' L6 rs..
Basketball I 2 3 S 9 efs
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ase almgncgwi W
rned Nce boy IS called
are dandy f M
But he sure can handle d apketb ll
MURRISSEYL RICHARD N
H Jams of belng a baseball star
At oodrulg s he knows where grocer
Sam Colnto as one of has pals
Funds time to flrrt with all the gals
NAYl.,6R MELVIN E
rownle certainly dlslrkesfblg wheels
But be does engoy wlndlng flshrng reels
Thmks travelllw up hrs Plymouth us lots of
And IS often seen totlng a gun
cKEE WILLIAM J
Dtzsketball l 2 Band l
3 Orchestr l 2
WI u rn tame to o
In the T H Band he s surely gr t
That enght o clock call he I ays hate
G EAL Z
er wrt erta n Benny
t has fr: nds ve many
gn g ha oug m
wx! probably change
C nc Acade IC
orus ,ly 2 gl Sfool Pqtr
tudentllgouncrl P 2 G
Ch ck' wrll hlsf ure I farmmg
flndf gurls ar very charming
e w od smger n a chorus
U A real great patrolman for us
of K JL
L Truck l I Patrol 2
well known l
the Janesvvlle Poke not bad
says spaghettn IS hrs favorite dish
0 marry Darlene his favorlte wash
NEWLIN SUSANNAH M
Suzrei J I .4 A ,f , , Atademlc
Alpha 2 3 Spokesman 2 3 Chorus l
3 Latln Club l Spanlsh Cub 2
Youth Center Council l 2
Suzie Belle rs tall and blond
Of French elevators she s very fond
People on tlme she says she hates
And with her Spruce Creek really rates'
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Chorus 1 Home Ec Club 3
RLby loves to roller jkate
Pork chops and spaghettu r ra
er om utuon us to travel
We hope f her many mu es wull
O NS W ll TH MAS
X 2 Chorus
u ar I d s n wn s Wullue
cts o u rrub y su
es to e amb.urgers and drunk
ln the Aur F ce hus career hell make
POWLEY DELORES ANNA
Home Ec Club l 2
To become a housewufe us her aum
Whule Dolly us her nuckname
Ch lu rs her favorute food
Guddy gurls upset her mood
RAY LeROY CLAIR
Wrestlung '7 Band 3 Chorus 3 Orches
tra 2 3
Leroy us thus gentleman s name
The munustry us has call to fame
Gettung up un the mornung us what h
Whule Helen us the only one he dates
RIGGLEMAN R DONALD
Football l 2 'l Trackl Lubrary S ff
3 Baseball2 3
Donnue us a fellow who does hus duty
Hus favorute pastume us datung Judy
H doesnt luke to study books
Thus fellow s known for hus good looks
O'ROURKE, GERALDINE GAIL
Alpha 2 3 Spokesman l 2 3 Chorus
1 lbtun Clu 'ly Spanush Club 2 3 Lubrary
Gaul O Rourke us this gal s name
Claums beung a nurse wull brung her
Creamed peas on toast us her favorue
Lakes chewung gum when shes un the
PA EE WILLIA LEWIS JR
ull mpl ed Glenn s Servuce Statuon
Q tes h h un hus estuma uon
tum s spent un auto shop
pare e pu ot hus ua ap
PRICE RICHARD V
Duck K Vocatuonal
rmy usgvere Duck us bound
rtaun Helenfyfi qqen found
unks hamburg ench frues
He s often found hu ng un the nearby
uzsusscnmubr usgvemv A
Bev l Academrc
Grrls Bas tball 21' Alpha 'I 2 31'
Spokesmdn l .2 3 lass Officer I Youth
Mer Couneal 'l 2 Chgerleadung' 3 Art
lub 'I Latun Cl T Spanush 2 Spec al
Englushffl Lubrary 'l
Thus baby of the class us very sweet
Wluose poplrlaruty, s hard to beat
Bev QVBY1 pretty neat and tall
For masedlune boy she seems to fdll
Schoo 8 r oun
T us no as
otun famuly made
H thunks he s uute a guy uth the gals
But Ken and Ed are hus favorut pals
ROBINSON ROBERT LEE
Bob a carpenter hopes to be
Hell be a good one wait and see!
Chicken and waffles he likes to eat
At sleeping in class he s hard to beat
ROSS ELIZABETH JANE
Gamma 2 3 Chorusl
A mighty fine gurl I5 Betsy
She sure enloys a Pepsne
Waiting for Russell makes her mad
When he arrives she s always glad
RUTHERFORD BETTY JANE
Gammal 2 3 Chorusi
A telephone operator as her ambition
Eating spaget seems a tradition
Roller skatlng is her hobby
Doesn t like people who are snobby
SCHOCH .JOHN JOSEPH
Yo Hon Vocational
A fine lad ns Yo Hon who lives on a hull
Of chicken and potatoes he can t get his
Wlll be a good farmer and get up at
And will always be ready with a 1
Lefty f General
AK! Club 2 3 B Clu
e a b tlclan ould ll to
Her vorltefstlme edtlnglkh I
You can usually find hey a summer
Eating frozen Qt al
R BAUGH, WALTER RICHARD
Football 2 3' Track Manager 'I 2' Stu-
dent Council l
A most popular guy is our friend Dick
Bobby Mike Bill and Gene are his pick.
His old car most of his troubles as
To be Queen of his car many gurls
RUPERT CAROLE ANN
Alpha I 2 3 Spokesmanl 2 3 Fal
con 3 Chorusl 2 3 Cheerleading
3 Youth Center Council 2 Home Ec Club
3 Special English 3 Class Officer 2 F
2 3 Latin Club I Spanish Club 2
A nice gurl by the name of Rupe
Whom you find driving o Chevy coupe
Eating fried chicken she thinks ll dandy
All her time is for a guy named Andy
SAYLOR JOHN EUGENE
n is -Jsllmmlhq and ace skating
Glady As on lsxist are taboo
kde hoyt?l1e kee at the drop of a hat
A mechanic hell be in spite of all that
SELLERS ROBERT MARLI N
Wie know o lad called Bob that s sure
Wants to cook food and food galore
In the army hell make a cook
Has a certain glirl on the hook
t SHENEFELT WILLIAM VAUGHN
I I Vocational
uliootball 'I 2 Basketball I 2 Track I
H Y I
This friendly lad IS known as Sheney
His friends both sexes are true and
He plots his Pontiac here and there
Ba ers love to experiment with his hair
4 Spoke man -1, Z 35 Library1StafF 1, 2, 3,
sumti P M MXN
Bhpggy , Academic
Girls Bas ball 2 Spanish Club 2
Latin Club HF T A 2
Buggy aspires to be an R N
We all feel sure that she really can
To being stubborn she has confessed
Y ull always f' d h r quite well
HOEMAKE KEN ET HILLE
o y is yi Kfutilely to ma
his Plymouth run
is anything but fun
His favorite foods are fries and
Lots of money Ken h
SMITH ANNA MARIE
Blondie Ge eral
Home Economics 2 3 Libiary Staff
Shes known as Blondie and you can
Her lang bonde locks sure catch your
Concelted people she does despise
But she can handle a plate of French
SMITH JOSEP ICHAEL
School Patrol 2 3- Baseball 2 3
Smitty aspires to be an electrician
All through school it s been his ambition.
His best pals are Ralph, Danny, and Dutch.
Likes hunting and swimming very much.
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"T ie" Commercial
Falcon 3 1,
Tiny'Mary.,l.ou is knQavn at Tonie,
Her lavdrite food is chili con carne.
Collecting souvenirs is the hobby of Mary,
She will soon be a fine secretary.
Movies and Joe go hand in hand
We all think he s really grand
The qirls are a bother to this friendly lad
But Betty Grable would make him glad
O ALBERTA MAY
ssne ea e Air Force way
o ew ore and more every
H Club is proud of Burt
At times she s known to be a flirt
SMITH DEIORES JEAN
Chorus 2 3 Home Economocsl 2 3
Delores Jean CSmntty1 is a vocational girl
Who dislike! flirting but givjs it a whirl
Chili can carne rates as her favorite fpod
Can be found traveling to Altbona wh n
in the mood
SMITH JOHN P
School Patrol l 2 3
John loves to tinker with radios
Claims he s fond of meat and potatoes.
He finds Joan a fine companion,
Hopes to be a state policeman.
SNYDER, KATHlEEN SUE
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 33 Art Club l
This good natured lassie s known os
I Sl'l'e e ys thing moreithan sleeping
e s sure w at s ,
Eih a Wave or a secretary when
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Chorusl 2 3
Oh what a temper has Paulune
PIIOIIDQ o Chevy she s often seen
She hopes to wear the Air Force blue
Soon as her hugh sc ool days are
A hal 2 .3 Spokesman 2 3 Chorus
I 2 3 En5emble 2 3 Cheerlq: mg
Sally s fklendly as one gurl coul be
She s been bl sed wath talqa musnca
Slngmg and playmg and cuthltg o rug
Her two best pals are Jo and Bug
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I SUJAM KS, CHARLES S
C ll pq Vocational
Fodfbolll 2' :4 s Atbolll
P lar hazz ts hugh wuth the guys
1 hl d9VVn'0WI'l quarterbacks are any
r mg but wise
HI ambltao rs to wear the Navy blue
Gettlng morn adn: hum thru
Q a teifell as a farmer
'lo I y ks he s qulte a churmer
Howeve rms hrs hobby IS cows
Maybe he's so Interested ln gals
JJ9, 5, L, Commercial
'IrI'HnY 'I 2 3 Cheerleodmg 1 3 Fal
co 3 Class Treasurer3
Pr ty neat funny and sweet
Jo ns one who can t be b ot
Howd rates first upon her heart
Dresses nice always looks smart
NE H AN
Hu Y 3 n I Chorus 2
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or 3 oys u r t DbQ1ce,qr
c e a 3
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M slcol Fnenywtha Lit
,God can SI g or q
And r dis o s ool y morn
STRYKER STANLEY W
Bug Stan Academuc
Thus httle lad we coll Bug Stan
ls quite th ard nt sports fan
Bug Stan IS r ally very little
Hls loke prove to be o ruddle
Jean ns gust an around ga
Who clan est pal
THOMPSON PATRICIA MAE
Gr: Basketball! 3 TruHnYI 2 3
Home Eccnomtcs Club 2
Bert makes good use of her spare tame
Kehmd 6 counter at the tive and dame
A good natured gol who often laughs,
Her hobby IS co Iectmg photographs
' WALK CHARLES
D tub Vocatnonal
Falcon 3 Baseballl 2 3
Dutch seems mterested Hn Bellwood
wonder If a garl ns the reason why
Hrs best friends are Benny and Jlm
Hamburgs and French fries agree wuth
Barb F Acaderhc
Hu Y T 2 3.x Spokesman l 2
Chorus 2 3 tn Club I Spogrsh Club
2 J Youth Center C uncnl l 2 F T A
Neat frnenclly octuve and brlqht
Barb 1 answers are always rught'
Yter best pak are Dux and Arlene
In the summer dt Spruce Cr ek s e
'K often seen
WELCH FRANCIS G
Footballl Baseballl 2 3
Chrcken s worst fault s malung was cracks
He has a terrible dlsluke for cats
He s very fond of lcegream and p e
Wall loun the A r Fqrce by and by
WILLIAMS BARBARA ELLEN
' Chorus 3
ob I lomed us our seplor year
Chewm gum s hel worst fault I fear
Her et poeve she claims IS boys
But the nght' one I b t would brln,
her great oys
WOLFE A RALPH
Duck and Sidney are Jlm s best chums
He d like to be a flreman when gradua
He knows how to handle most any cllsh
But has favorite he claims IS flsh
3 3 Spokes
Latun Club l
8 lub 'I 2 oys
s eclrtor ef of school Spokes
e hu mo r I ad ng as
nr s ark hu ond descn lon
college IS h s a button
Margaret s ambntlon IS to travel here and
For people runnxng others down s e
doesn t care
Sewing sure does rate hugh on her lust
Butterscotch ple she gust can t resist
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XJ W A LENE l
Wu e Academic
1 2 3' Spokesm n I Chorus
ry"Sta l tn Club l
Y ru Si t Council 2
Wlt A e Carl sure doek
rst fau t IS s ng up ate
M she s Efthxj and ten
ope to Bttnul la ss s hool t en
WILLIAMS MYRA ELAINE
H NY Eco Club' 2 V
Myra kes tb ook W 'J
She a r Int YGSISQHOUQH
She nds let sp time with Ju
e a s arr5l,hnm FN
WOOMER JOHN W
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gfsamb tloh as tob a man
,L Hrs! petylpeeve b g gurls wonder
B H nter he Q1 mg to be l' best chum
rmkmg only 5 akes d huntmg are
1 un lots
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WOOMER, RALPH ARDELL
Ralph Woomer is a vocational lad,
ln the army his ambition is to be had-
Cowher and Snyder rate as his favorite
Model airplanes his hobby, favorite
food, French fries.
ZANGHI, FAY LOUISE
Girls' Basketball lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus
lg Latin Club lg Spanish Club 2
Fay says that Joyce is her very best friend,
She iust wants to be happy when school
Merle seems to give her trouble galore,
Millrshalces and hamburgs keep her
yelling for more.
YARNELL, JOYCE IRENE
Tri'Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Band 'l, 25 Chorus 3,
Spokesman l, 2, Youth Center Council 'l,
2, 3, Latin l
What name could fit Joyce better than
She's headed for dramatics it's been
H r favorite food is Artie's French fries,
e f peeve is that school time never
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IITH GRADE GROUP I
FIRST ROW S Barr R Loncher D Muller P Mornmgred S Klmberlmg B Lynch
L Cornelnus P Kelth R Bcnley M Frederick G Keller T Huff SECOND ROW
D Kooken B Gllllam M Mllls A Foust B Jones D Davldson B Kessler A Heb
erllng M Martz R Germmo M Frye B Funk B McNeal M Hlcks THIRD ROW
R Cowfer A Langenbacher M Hegedus H Lewls C Moyer J Meckes N
Morello S Krlder M Foust D Martm B Hand FOURTH ROW D Eckert J
Boal R Crust M Burford B Beckwnth M Heal D Muller R Hunter J Hosko
C Friday A Haupt D Bucke G Adams G Hand G Irvm SIXTH ROW A
Hogg C Klenzle J Eyer E Halbert G Hulderbrancl B Cowfer W Estrnght G
Lynch SEVENTH ROW D Morrlssey D Lauver R Davidson B Barnhart H
Cowfer G Damuco EIGHTH ROW J Marlm D lucas J Beaston V Boyd D
Gardner NINTH ROW E Gull G Hewltt H Isenberg
J. Bdnsell, E. Miller. FIFTH liow: B. Foster, B. Defong, DI Lehner, R., Frederick:
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IITH GRADE GROUP II
FIRST ROW N Price A Pryor J Woomer C Hampton S Ray D Prlce P
Schoonmaker M Steel P Wrve E Westley D Wllson V Patton J Sones
SECOND ROW C Patterson B Walk J Thomas J Zerbe V A Rodgers L
Spyker F Snyder P Waple D Rudy A Walk C Westbrook THIRD ROW B
Sweutzer P Swayne P Pavllc B Skelton J Newlln K Wasson T Wlke E Stoner
FOURTH ROW R Patton B Smuth A Shoenberger J Richardson R Treaster
R Stever R Reader D Woomer FIFTH ROW B Saylor R Updlke D Spauld
Ing G Snyder B Waste C Robison P Ray
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TENTH GRADE-GROUP I
FIRST ROW: S. Goss, J. Friday, C. Hughes, M. Ardrey, B. Grazier, S. Brobeck, C
Cherry, D. Hildebrand, K. Franchio, M. Everhart, D. Branstetter, D. Burket. SEC
OND ROW: P. Lewis, G. Kennedy, M. Burnshire, D. Isenburg, B. Kimberling, C
Etters, C. Erhard, S. Beckwith, D. DeStefano, E. Chronister, l. Edwards, B. Dunkel
M. Buck. THIRD ROW: N. Goheen, J. Givler, J. Gummo, J. Burget, G. Fink, D
Emigh, J. Hall, B. Hample, D. Harper, M. Hicks, J. Kilmartin. FOURTH ROW: J
Boytim, J. Hunter, J. Givler, R. Dickson, P. Fink, F. Kilmartin, K. Estright, E. John
son, B. Largent, B. Callahan. FIFTH ROW: G. Eckert, C. Cannistraci, D. Hunter
G. Eckert, B. Duey, D. Barone, D. Goss, A. Harris, M. Graves. SIXTH ROW: F
Fink, J. Harris, G. Bathurst, C. Kustenbauder, C. Ewing, G. Bickle, L. Bickle, B. Derr
B. Lewis. SEVENTH ROW: J. Guerkouich, M. Headings. EIGHTH ROW: G
Heaton, I. Hartsock, L. Cupp, R. Crawford, R. Gill.
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TENTH GRADE-GROUP II
FIRST ROW: L. McCaIley, L. Mannino, R. Turiano, C. Plisinski, A. Morrow, G. A.
Thomas, S. Waple, D. Miller, E. Martin, M. Minerich, M. Stryker, B. McGuire, N.
O'DonneII. SECOND ROW: S. Shultz, R. Ray, D. Waite, D. Rote, B. Philips, D. Stiner,
S. Woomer, J. Sweitzer, B. Travis, E. Smith, E. Williams, J. Wilcox, S. Wiser. THIRD
ROW: K. Rudy. M, Woomer, B. Woodring, M. Struble, D. Miller, J. Richards, M. E.
Rorabaugh, J. Wilson, N. Reinschmidt. FOURTH ROW: D. Miles, C. Stewart, N.
Maisano, C, Wilson, T. O'Rourke, L. Moffa, G. Rorabaugh, D. Nearhoof, D. Sellers.
FIFTH ROW: D. Shaw, Z. Sprankle, J. Ross, J. Shawley, F. Sellers, N. Shea, D.
Swayne, W. Thomas, J. Marshall, M. Wilson, J. Myers. SIXTH ROW: R. Riggleman,
P. Rea, G. Snyder, M. Spicer, E. Stover, E. Ross, L. Walker. SEVENTH ROW: J.
Winters, D. Welsh, B. Skelton, H. McClellan. EIGHTH ROW: J. Westwood, B. Zim-
merman, R. Teeters.
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NINTH GRADE-GROUP I
FIRST ROW: N. Kobak, S. Hamer, E. Richardson, J. Sheckler, G. Crofcheck, R.
Higgins, B. Schell, D. Bradley, R. Dry. SECOND ROW: M. Miller, D. Meredith, P.
Morrissey, J. Waters, N. Hildebrand, A. Garland, G. Miller, D. Brennaman, M.
Raling, T. Ivasile, D. Moist, D. Lloyd, J. Snyder, E. Snyder, R. Dillon. THIRD ROW:
S. Zimmers, D. Bussick, K. Henry, S. Mills, G. Owens, E. Smith, N. Estright, D. Myers,
N. Wiser, D. Walk, S. Gibson, E. Davis, J. Andrews. FOURTH ROW: A. Craw-
ford, L. Umholtz, S. Fisher, M. Patrick, L. Miller, A. Phillips, R. Good, R. Sessaman,
G. Moore, W. Shultzaberger, R. Eaken. FIFTH ROW: L. Sprankle, D. Rhodes, R.
Knepp, T. Hagg, D. Walk, B. Hazzard, T. Ferguson, L. Cowfer, C. Cannistraci, B.
Snyder. SIXTH ROW: L. Westley, B. Keith, L. Varletta, D. Naylor, L. Woomer,
D. Emigh, J. Laird, J. Ramsey, T. Smith, E. Kephart, J. Lucas, J. Getz. SEVENTH
ROW: O. Kochera, K. Schandelmier, C. McNeal, A. Wilson, J. Grazier, D. Kinch,
G. Bonsell, W. Moore, W. Loose, R. Hedberg. EIGHTH ROW: C. Kienzle, R. Markle,
C. Cannistraci. NINTH ROW: E. Miller, G. Gardner, D. Hoska. TENTH ROW: A.
Holloway, W. Friday, C. Goss, M. Woomer.
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FIRST ROW: G. Houser, C. Miller, L. Meredith, D. Burley, D. Fry, D. Clouser, R
Hampton, R. Kennedy, E. Krider. SECOND ROW: S. McQuin, D. D'Uva, J. Cow-
her, L. Youdes, B. Loncher, M. Michaels, S. Lynch, M. Stiver, L. Markle, Price, N
Williams, C. Markle, P. Kinch. THIRD ROW: P. Pallo, K. Price, P. Irvin, D. Brad-
ford, D. Snyder, R. Friday, K. Kanet, P. Hixson, J. Meredith, G. Newman, C. Sharer
FOURTH ROW: P. Fleck, S. Hessler, S. Young, J. Cupp, S. Daugherty, C. Shollen
berger, J. Erhard, L. Drake, S. Kloss, D. Whitesel, D. Chronister. FIFTH ROW: B
Lykens, N. Collier, C. Smith, S. Anderchin, N. Hegedus, M. Westley, J. Heberling
J. Givler, D. Kirkpatrick, D. Snyder, P. Marlin. SIXTH ROW: J. Burket, T. Stoner
J. Bigelow, M. College, M. Emel, G. Miller, J. Wills,' P. Rutherford, S. Detwiler
H. Yeager, D. Rodgers. SEVENTH ROW: T. Welsh, J. Barr, D. Forcey, S. Decker
R. Parker, L. Bulkley. EIGHTH ROW: J A. Phillips, B. Leach, E. Kinsinger, W. Baugh
man, D. Hambright, D. Smith. If I I I' '
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FIRST ROW W Eckert J Morrussey W Conrad J Houser D Sellers J Pavone
E Newlln F Rossman L Hale J Morrissey SECOND ROW N Harpster P
Garland E McKinney D Schock B Uhl V Lewls P Wolford J Wlke S Getz L
Ferner S Hardy M Murchuson C Umholtz R Prough THIRD ROW J Reese
A Rhme S Saylor R Marshall E Cupp P Rudy A Boore L Stonebraker J
Wertz P Stoner P Hoover J Beckwith C Callahan FOURTH ROW R Walk
I Funk C Bonsell C Shultz D Turnbaugh S Sheckler V Muller J Bartlebaugh
D Watson K Gulpnn A Port J Perrme FIFTH ROW B Calderwood N Brad
Gnvler B Bonsell J Gunsallus L Nead SIXTH ROW G Pollock G Woomer
P Hunter R Carnes L Derman B Bulger A Starzesky N Johnson L Muller G
Swayne G Robert W Metcalfe SEVENTH ROW J Gross T Morrow T Wood
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FIRST ROW D Levy T Kennedy E Merrltts R Patton M Varletta J Herlt J
Hoffer T Wlllrams R States R Carper SECOND ROW B Cowher S Ruchards
D Klrkpatncl' M Briggs A Walk M Phrlllps D Kobuck l Cambridge C Smuth
D Weaver M Plper D Snvder V Faslck THIRD ROW D Golden
L Hagen N Bateman C Westbrook D Sellers C McNeal C Prnce A Sones M
McCaulley S Brlsbm S McClellan FOURTH ROW F Wllllams C
Cunningham P Barth E Lewls M Zeek S Getz J Emel G Davls J
FIFTH ROW W Detwuler E Cowfer R Weaver C Harper S Nell
B Pease J Peary R McCoy R Hessler J Bonsell SIXTH ROW D Krlmartnn
G Chllcoat J Summers D Westlev J DelBagglo R Bonsell R Burnshlre SEV
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FIRST ROW L Ingram R Hubert G Grupp J Harpster C Muller D Summondale
D Quarcy A Duxon R Kumberlung R Teeters E Snyder R Upduke D Smuth W
Urban SECOND ROW D Huldebrand J Albrught G Bennett R Waute E McAlvey
F Crust J Graves H Brenneman R Mules E Denny G Rumberger E Ross R Irvun
THIRD ROW K Muller D Davus A Cowher M Ramsey H Duxon B Jones R
Ayres J Moore J Kumberlung D Funk B Bustlune FOURTH ROW F Weaver
C A Dullon R Frederuck S Barone C Hagen P Harpster R Emel S Ohrtman
S Cupp E Stryker S McNeal B Morrussey FIFTH ROW K Gummo N Carper
J Bathurst C Cupper M Zundel T Ruggleman L Hagen T Dawson J Hucks
A Lewus B Duckson J Bonsell N Morrussey SIXTH ROW N Mausano K
Phullups D Kobak L Glenn J Mollla L Drake L Beckwuth N Kummel W Holla
way G Brobeck J Herlt M A Mules A Parker L Nevlung H Goss SEVENTH
ROW T Shultz E Green F Culbertson P Ramsey J Muller D Hamer J Wat
son C Harrus EIGHTH ROW C Houser P Hand S Sensor C A Stutt NINTH
SEVENTH GRADE GROUP Il
FIRST ROW B Golden E Duckson G Beamer N Muller B Allen M Moore J
Funk M Ewung M Davus M L Palmer M Cherry R Markle C Ostrasky M A
Detwuler SECOND ROW A Iadarola J Kunch B Beckwuth W Nearhoof S
Molflt J Hucks E McNaul J Porte C Sndver N Wolford G Naylor N Rutchey
Fuore M L Heberlung THIRD ROW
McMullen L J Fruday M Ruchards
Smuth B Fusher FOURTH ROW P
Ingram J Weaver J Weston D
Woomer J Fusher S Dean D McNally M Kobuck FIFTH ROW J Eckert L
Wulluams B Woleslagle P Vanneman D Gull G Munemuer R Burket N Murchu
son H Reed R Varletta J Wulson C Decker F Sones T Yeager SIXTH ROW
G Dean R Heberlung F Faust F Dannaway T Scordo G McFarland R Thomas
SEVENTH ROW J Cowher H Ralung R Johnsonbaugh H Markle EIGHTH
ROW Paul Bennett D Funk B Barnes F Pruce
B Warrender M Stonebraker J Beals A M
D Fleegal N Burket N Yothers A Leech E
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FIRST ROW: M. Sliver, L. Ferner, D Michaels, T. O'Rourke, B. Thomas, G. Hewifi, D, Chronisier, J. Fisher
SECOND ROW: S. Sfever, D. Whifsel, D. Calderwood, D, Sellers, B. Kessler. THIRD ROW: G, Minnemier
B. Duey, R, Gill, R. Hampton, E. Adams. FOURTH ROW: M. Spicer, B. Shenefelf, C. Miller, J. Pavone
BOYS' HI-Y CLUB
FIRST ROW: A. Cowher, J. Meredith, E. l'bold, K. Ingram, D, Hand, F. Hunter, B. McKee, B. Haslings
J. Waple, R. Sfever, D. Derr. SECOND ROW: M. Kienxle. E. Halbert. E. Gill, J, Bayer, H. Stine, J. Esch
bach, C. DeIBaggio, B. Thomas, L, Cowher, W. Owens. THIRD ROW: D. Spalding, E. Stoner, D. Rudy
R. Reeder, P. Waple, K. Wasson, J. Boal, J. Newlin, B. Waiie. FOURTH ROW: A. Hagg, G. Damico, B
Foster, R. Frederick, D. Bucke, D. Eckert, D. Price, J. Richardson, J. Eyer, A. Shoenberger. FIFTH ROW
J, Marlin, B. Barnhari, G. Hewill, D. Riggleman. SIXTH ROW: C. Hoover, B. Shenefeli.
Tri - Hi -Y
TWELFTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y
FIRST ROW: J. Yarnell, D. Fitzpatrick, B. Wasson, M. J. Hixson, B. Reinschmidt, J. Caffarelli, C. Rupert,
R. Stonebraker, L. Goss, M. Harlowe, A. Burget. SECOND ROW: B. Everhart, B. Harper, A. Williams,
J. Conrad, N. Johnson, B. Daugherty, M. Iddings, C. Beamer, N. Hand, N. Botteicher, S, Stever. THIRD
RCW: J. Davis, H. Hamer, C. Clouser, K. Snyder, B. J. Rutherford, R. Hunter, J. Kessinger, B. Hunter,
J States, G. O'Rourke, P. Thompson.
ELEVENTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y
FIRST ROW: M. Hegedus, D. Davidson, J. Woomer, N. Price, B. Walk, M. Hicks, E, Westley, B. Fink, R.
Jermino, D. Martin. SECOND ROW: M. Martz, J. Meckes, A. Heberling, M. Mills, J. Zerbe, V. Patton,
M. Steel, B. Jones, l. Cornelius. THIRD ROW: C. Moyer, B. Gillam, R, Loncller, D. Kooken, N. Morello,
P. Schoonmaker, D. Price, B. Kessler.
FIRST ROW: B. Foster, E. Halbert, D. Derr, D. Burke, B. Thomas, H. Stine, B. Reeder, R. Stever. SECOND
ROW: E. Ross, J. Boytim, J. Boyer, B. Largent, J, Waple. THIRD ROW: D. Miller, G. Snyder, G. Eckert,
FIRST ROW: D. Smith, S. Hamer, J. Sheckler. T. O'Rourke, B. Duey. W. Thomas, E. Ross, T. Welsh, J. Burket,
B. Glenn, K. Shildt. SECOND ROW: L. McCaulley, L. Mannino, R, Turiano, B. Dunkel, C. Plisinski, D. Rate,
L. Drake, M. Hicks, G. Rorabaugh, J. Kilmartin. THIRD ROW: D. Burket, G. Thomas, S. Waple, M. Buck,
J. Burget, S. Fisher, C. Smith, M. Patrick, N. Estright, A. Crawford. FOURTH ROW: P. Kinch, B. Wood-
ring, A. Morrow, M. Minerich, C. Shollenberger, S. Daugherty, J. Givler, D. Walk, N. Wiser, S. Anderchin.
FIFTH ROW: D. Whitesel, S. Kloss, D. Bussick, J, Heberling, N. Hegedus, M. Whilesel, M. Westley, D.
DeStephano, E. Williams, J. Friday, K. Kanet, C. Sharer. SIXTH ROW: J. Barr, A. Hogg, J. Zerbe, C.
Moyer, N. Morello, A. Heberling, T. Hagg, D. Hambright, B. Hcmple, R. Friday, J. Givler, P. Marlin, J.
Meredith, G. Newman, T. Stoner, D. Forcey. SEVENTH ROW: P. Rea, G. Eckert, G. Hauser, J. Bigelow,
J. Newlin, D. Bucke. EIGHTH ROW: G. Snyder, R. Higgins, G. Eckert, J, Gralier. NINTH ROW: R.
Parker, M. Headings, D. Spalding, E. Halbert, E. Richardson.
FIRST ROW: R. Turiano, J. Wike, L, Nead, A. Morrow, M. E. Rorabaugh, D. Hildebrand, R. Stonebraker,
A. Shoenberger, M. L. Smith, G. Hewitt. SECOND ROW: E. Martin, J, Zerbe, L. McCauIIey, B. Dunkle,
C. Cherry, E. Smith, M. J. Hixson, M. L. Stonebraker, P. Bowser, L. Blanchard. THIRD ROW: L. Ferner,
P. Kinch, D. Whitesel, D. Bussick, C. Shollenberger, A, M. Smith, M. Hicks, L. Drake, B. Walk, J. Andrews
FOURTH ROW: B. Snyder, G. Givler, D. Riggleman, L. Kurtz, M. Frederick.
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B. Wasson, M. Steel, B. Jones, H. Lewis, J. Thomas. SECOND ROW: J. Sones, B. Beckwith, P. Schoon-
er D. Price M, Shim , D. Fitz atrick, A. Consentino, M. Harlow, J. Devine, G. O'Rourke. THIRD
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Ia , ROW: J. Waple, B. Foster, E. Halbert, P. Waple, L. Goss, B. Daugherty, T. Hunter, D. Rudy. FOURTH
XX - ' ROW: R. Frederick, D. Bucke, B. Domenick, D. Spalding, D. Eckert, K. Wasson, B. Reader, J. Newlin,
I 9 , Baal. FIFTH ROW: J. Marlin, A. Hagg, G. Damico, R. Stever.
FIRST ROW: S. McNeal, J. States, M. lddings, B. Everhurt, C. Beamer. M. Smith, L, Gardner. SECOND
ROW: J. Conrad, N. Johnson, C. Rupert, B. Daugherty. TH'RD ROW: R. Hand, J. Meredith, B. McKee.
FOURTH ROW: C. Walk, l.. Cowher.
This year's Falcon brings to you life in Tyrone
High School. We've tried to have every member
of the student body portrayed in at least one ac-
tivity. The purpose of a yearbook is to produce
the effect of reliving "School Days" with our class-
mates and friends when those days are ended.
This is done by photographing all sports and
school activities along with snap shots of "gangs"
and groups. Each yearbook should hold within
its covers those memories most fondly cherished
by each student. In an attempt to reach our ob-
iective this year's Falcon StaFF has portrayed those
highlights dear to each student's heart.
We ofthe staFF extend our appreciation to our
adviser, Miss Crawford, and to the faculty and
student body who have helped to make our 1953
Falcon possible by their cooperation. We believe
that we are presenting a yearbook which will
maintain the high standard set by its prede-
TOP: Editors, Typists.
BOTTOM: Sports' Editor, Business Monagerg Artists, Advertisers
FIRST ROW: M. L. Smith, K. Snyder, J. Beyer, M. Iddings B. Harper, C. Clouser, C, Beamer, N. Hand.
SECOND ROW: J. Donnelly, J, Kessinger, B. Ross, B. Hunter, B. Emigh, B. Albright, B. Everhart. THERD
ROW: L. Gardner, J. States, R. Hunter, C. Hickes, B. Rutherford.
FIRST ROW: J. Yarnell, A. Ccnsentfno, M. J. Hixson, Mrs. Stryker, D. Fitzpatrick, M. Johnson, G. DelBaggio,
J, Eschback. SECOND ROW: T. Hunter, B. Reinschmidf, C, Rupert. B. Daugherty, L. Goss, M, Shimp,
B Thomas. THIRD ROW: J. Teetors, B. Williams, J. Meredith, M. Kienzle, N. Johnson, G. 0'Rourke.
FIRST ROW: N. Miller, B. Allen, D. Woomer, A. lewis, A. Cowher, G. Davis, J. Wike, M. Woomer, D.
Bussick, S, Waple, P, Hixson, K. Miller, J. Kinch, P. Bowser, L. Glenn, N. Rilchey. SECOND ROW: S.
Hardy, M. Murchison, C. Callahan, I. Miller, K. Gilpin, M. Heberling, B. Warrander, E. McNaul, D. Calder-
wood, J. Fisher, J. Weslon, J. Fiori, P. Piper, S. Gibson, J. Gunsallus, D. Snyder. THIRD ROW: M. Miclxaels,
N. Esfrighl, P. D'Uva, R. Turiclno, P, Barth, S. Young, P. Woolford, E. Davis, J. Andrews, M. Buck. FOURTH
ROW: M. Sliver, P, Pallo, T. lvasile, R. loncher, K. Kanei, B. Woodring, H. Reed, F. Dannaway, T. Scordo,
K. Phillips, B. Snyder. FIFTH ROW: N. Maisino, J. Waite, M. Everhorf, D. Whilesel, S. McEwen, N. Rein-
schmidl, S. Friday, L. Blanchard, P, Dinges, I.. Ingram. SIXTH ROW: G. Thomas, M. Rorabaugh, J. Kil-
martin, M. Hicks, S. Kloss, S. McNeal, M. Kirkpatrick, D. Hilclerbrand. SEVENTH ROW: A. Hagg, C.
Ostrasky, M. Davis, M. Palmer, L Williams, E. Halbert. EIGHTH ROW: T. Welch, D. Smith, M. Headings,
R. Miles, T. Wilme. NINTH ROW: G. Damica, B. Fosler.
FIRST ROW: H. Lewis, J. Thomas, N. Morello, M. Hixson, B, Daugherty, B. Jones, M. Sieel. SECOND
ROW: M. Marll, J. Meckes, C. Rupert, P. Schoonmaker, B. Kessler, B. Wasson, C. Dickson, C. Moyer.
THIRD ROW: E. Gill, D. Bucke, J. Boal, J. Marlin, J. Newlin, D. Derr.
FIRST ROW E Gull D Fntzpatnck B Wasson J Waple B Relnschmndt M J Hlxson S Stever M L
Smuth L Gardner R Stonebraker R Jermmo SECOND ROW B Everhart C Beamer B Glllam J
Conrad N Johnson C Rupert B Daugherty C Patterson P Mornlngred J Caffarellu E Martm THIRD
M Buck L Goss FOURTH ROW J Wllson C Pllsmslu G ORourke L Mannmo R Tunano B Albnght
B Jones M Steel G Thomas S Waple FIFTH ROW D Martm G Newman J Meredlth P Htxson
G Rorobaugh D Sellers M E Rorobaugh SIXTH ROW J Bayer B Largent E Ross J Mereduth
SEVENTH ROW L Cupp J Newlln M Headlngs B Hastmgs J Boytlm T Hunter E Llbold
Our monthly publucatlon the Spokesman
reflects the lnfe of Tyrone Hugh School with ts
news club actnvntues sports storues and the latest
gossip about people places and events 7 ,ELEM
The staff under the capable leadershlp of
Mlss Latshaw has worked hard to produce
paper that the students enloy The members
the student body will all agree that thus years
Spokesman has been an outstandung one
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FIRST ROW: J. Thomas, A. Helaerling, M. Martz, J. Roberts, J. Conrad, D. Burket, D. Davidson, K. Was-
son, J. Kilmartin. SECOND ROW: T. Wike, R. Stever, T. Woodring, L. Cowher, B. McKee, H. Stine, B. Duey,
J. Boytim, R. Burkman, J. Richards, G. Gill, J. Lucas, H. Lewis, E. Kephart. THIRD ROW: D. Barrett, C
Shollenberger, M. Hicks, B. Lewis, P. Rea, L. Derman, N. Johnson, D. Isenberg, L. Walker, D. Lauver,
L. McCauIley, E. Ross, A. Shoenberger, C. Bilger, L. Bulkley, W. Baughman, E. Johnson, D. Forcey, D. Burke,
J. Boal, B. Hastings. FOURTH ROW: B. Walk, W. Leidy fDirectorJ, K. Ingram, T. 0'Rourke, E. Libold,
G. Eckert, D. Hambright, C. Patterson.
FIRST ROW: J. Conrad,
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L. McCaulIey, M. Naylor, E. Gill, B. Reader, E. Ross. THIRD ROW: N. Johnson
L. Bulkley, M. Headings, J. Sheckler, G. Houser, J. Roberts, B. Isenberg, B. Barber
FOURTH ROW: W. Baughmon, J. Thomas, H. Lewis, G. Thomas, D. Waite, J. Kil-
martIn, M. Hicks, M. Martz, A. Heberling. FIFTH ROW: E. Johnson, E. Kephart
D. Forcey, J. Richards, C. Patterson, D. Burket, A. Shoenberger, P. Rea, J. Conrad
B. Walk. SIXTH ROW: G. Snyder, B. Hastings, G. Gill, K. Wasson, T. Wike, T
O'Rourke, D. Lauver, C. Bilger, B. McKee, H. Stine, E. Libold. SEVENTH ROW: D
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J. Yarnell, P. Morningred, H. lewis, J. Thomas. SECOND ROW: M. Martz, J. Meckes, B. Jones, M. Hege-
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Daugherty, C. Rupert. FOURTH ROW: J. Waple, C. Bilger, W. Owens, J. Teeters, J. Conrad, D. Fitz-
patrick, K. Ingram, E. Rcss, G. Eckert, W. Thomas. FIFTH ROW: C. Hoover, H. Stine. J. Boytim, E
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A ball that acted as though it were covered with grease
plus a small but fast and aggressive Bellwood football team
were iust too much for Tyrone as the Blue Devils defeated the
Golden Eagles 19 to O in the 1952 lidlifter for both teams.
Although the Blue Devils were outweighed at nearly 15 pounds
per man, they didn't let this stop them. The Eagles couldn't
seem to hold onto the ball which they fumbled eight times.
Bellwood got off to a quick start when they recovered Lee
Kurtz's fumble on the second play of the game at the Tyrone
27 yard stripe. Five plays later Al Dillen scored from one yard
out to make it 6 to 0. After the Eagles moved the ball up
to their own 47 yard line, Al Hogg fumbled and Clark fell on it
on the 50 yard line for Bellwood. The Blue Devils failed to
gain and had to kick. Don Riggleman fumbled the punt and
Don Garmen recovered for B-A on the T.H.S. 14 yard line. Dil-
len passed to Campbell three plays later for their second T. D.
Clark made the extra point on an end run, making it 13
to O. After the next kick-off, Bill Thomas, Don Riggleman, and
Joe Hosko moved the ball from the Tyrone 42 yard line to the
Bellwood eight. Erland Miller then broke through a beautiful
hole in the Bellwood line, but fumbled the ball and Bellwood
recovered on the six yard line. Again in the second quarter
the Eagles got as far as the Bellwood 23 yard line when Bill
Shenefelt recovered a B-A fumble. However, two plays later
Tyrone returned the ball in the same manner. The Blue Devils
scored their third and final T. D. early in the third quarter. The
drive started on the Tyrone 25 yard line when Fetterman in-
tercepted a pass thrown by Thomas. Dillen then scored from
the two a few plays later making the score 19 to 0.
Tyrone High rebounded from its defeat at the hands of
Bellwood and romped to a 25 to O victory over Osceola Mills
in the second game of the season. Tyrone's offense got rolling
late in the second quarter when halfback Don Riggleman un-
corked a 33 yard pass to Al Cowher on the O. M. 33 yard
line. After picking up a first down on the nine, the Eagles
moved the ball to the visitors one yard line with one down
to go. On the next play, Bill Thomas, on an attempted quarter-
back sneak, found the hole closed, rolled off the pile and into
the end zone for Tyrone's first 1952 touchdown. The extra point
was good on a pass from Riggleman to Thomas. Midway
through the third period an intercepted pass by John Eschbach
and a beautiful 20 yard run by Riggleman put the ball on the
Indians 26 yard line. Al Cowher then made a sensational leap-
ing catch of a pass thrown by Riggleman, putting the ball on
the two. Riggleman hit the center on the next play for a T. D.
The extra point was missed and Tyrone led at the end of three
quarters 13 to O, Early in the final quarter Riggleman put Ty-
rone in position for another touchdown when he recovered
Jimmy Pitt's fumble of a punt on the O. M. 19 yard line. A
15 yard clipping penalty moved it to the four from where
Denny Barone scored on a run around right end. Lee Kurtz's
try for the extra point was blocked and Tyrone led 19 to 0.
Late in the quarter Al Hogg intercepted an Osceola Mills' pass
on the Tyrone 35 yard line and with beautiful blocking gal-
loped 65 yards for Tyrone's fourth and final touchdown.
ln the third game of the season at Gray Field, the Golden
Eagles took the worst beating given to Tyrone's team since
1935, when they were shellacked by Lewistown's smooth work-
ing Panthers 35 to O. Lewistown scored in every quarter except
the first. The Panthers had a T. D. called back in the first period
when someone was caught clipping on a beautiful 95 yard
punt return by Tom McCaf'ferty. Early in the second quarter
Powell fired a 32 yard pass to Hague on the T. H.S. 46 yard
Riggleman around end, Kurtz and Damico blocking
line. Three plays later Jerry Bannon went over from two yards
out for Lewistown's first touchdown. Darwin Scratchard then
kicked his first of five consecutive extra points making it 7 to 0.
Later in the quarter Lewistown's Shumaker scored a T. D. from
the five yard line after Scratchard had set it up with a 40 yard
runback of an intercepted pass. ln the third quarter the Pan-
thers marched to the T. H. S. 15 yard line from where Powell
scored on a boot-leg that fooled the entire Tyrone team. After
recovering George Damico's fumble of the kickoff on the Tyrone
31 yard line, Lewistown moved to the seven. Shumaker then
scored his second T. D. of the game. Lewistown's final T. D.
came late in the final quarter when Carpenter went around
end for 19 yards and the score. Scratchard's fifth conversion
made the final score read 35 to 0 in favor of Lewistown.
Tyrone traveled to Huntingdon for its first away game and
was handed a 6 to 0 defeat by the Bearcats, Entering the
game without the services of Harry lsenberg, Bill Thomas,
and Al Cowher, the Eagles were a three touchdown underdog.
The Tyrone team, however, put up one of the greatest battles
ever seen by Tyrone fans. Every player played his heart out
from start to finish. On the first play ofthe game Tyrone tried a
sleeper play that was beautifully executed by John Eschbach,
only to have it called back because of a penalty. The Eagles
were forced to kick and Huntingdon took the ball and marched
60 yards for a T. D. At this point it looked like a runaway,
but Tyrone's defense stiffened and the teams played the re-
mainder of the game without further scoring.
DuBois' Beavers won their fifth straight game of the sea-
son as they overpowered the Golden Eagles 38 to 13. The first
two times DuBois got their hands on the ball they scored. On
the opening kickoff Gene Mikelonis raced 80 yards down the
right sideline for the first T.D. After Tyrone moved the ball
into Beaver territory they fumbled, and DuBois recovered on
the 50 yard line. On the first play, all state candidate, Don
Gilbert broke through the line and scampered 50 yards for a
touchdown, Still early in the first quarter DuBois recovered
Bob Waite's fumble of a punt on the T. H. S. 12 yard line and
on the next play Gilbert scored standing up. DuBois scored
one more T.D, in the initial quarter when end, Bob lshman,
picked up a fumble by Mikelonis and went 45 yards for the
score. ln the second quarter DuBois drove to the Tyrone twelve
from where Gilbert again went over, DuBois' final score came
early in the third quarter, After they moved the ball to the
Eagles' four yard line Gilbert crashed center for this fourth
T. D. making it 38 to O. ln the fourth quarter Tyrone advanced
the ball to the DuBois two yard line. Reserve halfback, Joe
Hosko, hit the middle for Tyrone's first score. Charlie DelBaggio
passed to Al Cowher for the extra point. Late in the quarter,
guard Charlie Summers picked up a Beaver fumble and raced
55 yards for the final touchdown of the game.
Tyrone's grid team was handed its fifth loss of the season
as it dropped a 19 to 0 contest to the Philipsburg Mountaineers
on the victor's field. As the game started it looked like it
would be relatively easy for the local lads. John Eschbach,
Don Riggleman, and Joe Hosko moved the ball to the Philips-
burg 24 yard strip. Riggleman then threw a pass that bounced
off the hands of the intended receiver, Charlie Del Baggio, but
was grabbed by the alert Hosko and taken to the three yard
line. Here the drive stalled and the Eagles never again threat-
ened to score. On the second play from scrimmage by Philips-
burg, Trump broke through the Tyrone line and appeared to be
on his way, but he was pulled down from behind by Riggleman
after a 66 yard run. Early in the second quarter .loe Shedlock
Cowher tackling, Shenefelt ready to do the bruising
of Philipsburg blocked Al Cowher's punt and recovered in the
end zone for the Mountaineers' first score. Minarchik's try for
the extra point was good and Philipsburg led 7 to O at half-
time. Early in the third quarter Philipsburg took the ball and
drove to the Eagles two yard line from where Barnett went
over. Late in the final period the home team took the ball on
their own 20 and marched 80 yards for the final T. D. Barnett
again hit the middle for the T. D., making the final score l9
A much improved, hard fighting Tyrone team dropped a
20 to 6 game to Clearfield on the Bison's field. The Centre
County lads, favored by four touchdowns, found the going
tough. Clearfield drew first blood in the opening quarter.
After Clearfield and Tyrone both failed to gain, the Bisons took
a Tyrone kick and moved on the ground to the one yard line.
Billotte scored the T. D, and Wiggin's placement made it 7 to 0.
The Bisons second T. D. came in the second period when they
took over on their 25, and with five first downs drove 75 yards
for the score. Sturniola scored the T.D. on a quarterback
sneak. Wiggins again converted and the half ended T4 to O.
Tyrone's score in the third period was set up on a blocked punt
by Pat Waple that was recovered by Bob Waite on the Bison's
29. After the Eagles moved the ball within the Bison's five,
Charlie DelBaggio threw a iump pass to Al Cowher for the
T. D. Clearfield scored the final T. D. of the game in the last
quarter. A series of passes moved the ball to the T. H. S. one
yard stripe. Wiggins hit the middle for the touchdown making
the final score read 20 to 6.
After a losing streak of five straight games, Tyrone broke
into the win column with a 12 to 7 victory over State College.
Tyrone struck early in the first quarter. With Tyrone in posses-
Thomas sweeps the end for yardage
sion of the ball on the State College 47 yard line, Don Riggle-
man fired a long pass into the waiting hands of Al Cowher on
the 25 and Cowher outran the safety man for the touchdown.
The Eagles' lead lasted until late in the quarter when State's
quarterback, Don Stickler, threw a screen pass to Don Gates,
who went 53 yards for a T. D. Gates converted, and it was
7 to 6 in favor of the Little Lions. Neither team could score in
the second or third quarters although State College threatened
a couple of times only to lose the ball on fumbles. Midway
through the final quarter a 26 yard quarterback sneak by
Charlie DelBaggio, a 45 yard pass play, Riggleman to Cowher,
and the combined rushing of DelBaggio, Riggleman, and Joe
Hosko put the ball on the State College 8 yard stripe. Del-
Baggio then rifled a pass into the end zone that the unstop-
pable Cowher pulled in for a T. D.
Lock Haven's supposedly mighty Bobcats had a rough time
edging a courageous, hard fighting Tyrone High eleven. The
Eagles, who were supposed to roll over and play dead for the
Western Conference leaders, left the visitors know they were in
a battle up to the end. Midway through the second quarter a
beautiful return of an intercepted pass by Erland Miller set up
the first touchdown of the game. Andy Holloway passed T0
yards to John Eschbach for the T. D., and Charlie DelBaggio
passed to Al Cowher for the extra point. Russel scored Lock
Haven's first T. D, from 2 yards out when he took the ensuing
kickoff and marched 55 yards, but Tyrone still led at the half
7 to 6. The first two times Lock Haven got the ball in the third
period they marched 48 and 57 yards for two more touchdowns.
Goodman scored both T. D.'s and converted after each one,
making the score read 20 to 7. The Golden Eagles still wouldn't
give up and they scored again late in the game. The final
T. D, of the game came on a 2l yard pass from Eschbach to
A powerful Hollidaysburg High football team closed out its
season with nine wins and one loss as the Golden Tigers
thumped Tyrone 32 to O. Late in the first quarter the Tigers re-
covered a Tyrone fumble on their own 'I9 and proceeded to
march 81 yards for a touchdown. Jack Nash scored from the
one. Benson kicked the extra point. Just before the first half
ended Hollidaysburg tallied again when Straw caught a pass,
that had been deflected by a Tyrone player in the end zone.
The visitors led T3 to O at the half. Tyrone took the second
half kickoff but couldn't move. The Tigers took Cowher's punt
on their own 29 and moved on the ground to the T. H. S. nine.
Bruce Fox then raced around left end for the T. D. On the third
play ofthe final quarter, with the ball on the Hollidaysburg 40,
Nash broke through the Tyrone line and went the whole way
on a 60 yard touchdown iaunt. This was the outstanding play
of the game as the powerful Nash literally ran over two Tyrone
tacklers. The winners' final T. D. came late in the quarter
when quarterback Fox threw an ll yard pass to Nash in the
end zone. lt was Nash's third touchdown. Fox closed out the
scoring when he made the extra point on an end run.
Tyrone High closed out their season at Jersey Shore as they
dropped a T3 to O contest to the Bulldogs. The season closed
with the Eagles having two wins and nine losses. The game re-
sembled a swimming meet more than a football game. The
steady rain and mud hampered both teams. The Bulldogs took
the opening kickoff and marched 60 yards for their first T. D.
Neil Klinefelter, Bob Moriarity, and Bob Perry shared the ball
carrying honors, with Moriarity scoring from the one. Perry
buckled over for the extra point. The teams then pushed each
other around in the mud for two quarters. Jersey Shore's final
score came in the fourth quarter when they took the ball on the
Tyrone 27 yard line and went for the score. John Smith trav-
eled the last four yards to make it 'l3 to 0.
Bill Thomas makes the first tally of the season
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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
omer B Harisock A Phnlllps R Gull Z Sprunkle R Kennedy T Welch C Kuslen
bauder N Mulsano R Parker C Ewing J Westwood J Myers J Pavone lmanagerl SECOND ROW
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MT y ne High Cagers opened the 34th played one of their worst games of the season.
se f the Mountain League by dropping a Big Clyde Tott of Huntingdon led all scorers with
to 47 contest to Mt. Union on the tricky Trojan
court. For a while it looked as though the Eagles
might upset the heavy favored Troians. Mt.
Union held a slim 23 to 21 half-time lead. ln the
final half the home team's height advantage and
their deadly shooting proved too much as they
won going away. Ed Taliff led all scorers with
19 points. Graves, Damico, and Wilson paced
the Tyrone attack with 'l'l, TO, TO points respec-
A big second quarter enabled Philipsburg
High Cagers to down the Golden Eagles 63 to 45
at the Lincoln Gym. After giving P-burg a 14
point lead at halftime the Eagles came back
strong and played on even terms with the visitors
in the last half. Doc Tompkins of Philipsburg was
high man in the game with 25 points. Sandy
Meredith hit for i7 points to lead the losing
A red hot Huntingdon High basketball squad
romped to a relatively easy ol to 30 victory over
a sluggish Tyrone quintet. After playing on
almost even terms with the Bearcats the first half,
the Golden Eagles fell apart. The home team
28 points. Melvin Graves and Sandy Meredith
scored eight and seven points respectively to
pace the losers.
The Golden Eagles dropped their fourth
league game as they were deflated 82 to 52 by a
powerful Hollidaysburg team. The Golden Tig-
ers with three starters back from last year's cham-
pionship squad, had one of the most potent of-
fenses in the state. Although outscored in every
quarter Tyrone's quintet played its best game of
the season. The 52 points were the most that any
team had scored on Hollidaysburg all season.
lt was a hard fought game from beginning to
end with both teams fighting all the way. The
game was never in doubt after the second quar-
ter which found the visitors leading 43 to 20.
Bruce Fox with T9 and Al GriFfith with T8 led the
county seaters scoring parade. Sandy Meredith
and Mel Graves again set the pace for the Golden
Eagles. Meredith bucketed ll while Graves hit
Tyrone closed out the first cycle by dropping
a 5i to 29 decision to Lewistown onthe Panther's
court. The Eagles had trouble moving the ball
through the home team's fine man to man de-
fense. The Panthers kept the Eagles point get-
ters bottled up the entire game. Top point getter
for the evening was L-town's Schubert with 16
digits. George Damico garnered 8 points to head
the Golden Eagles.
Tyrone opened the second cycle by dropping
a close 52 to 49 decision to Mt. Union in one of
the best games played this year by the Tyrone
quintet. After a bad first quarter the Eagles came
to life and really left the Trojans know they were
in a ball game. The contest was undecided until
the final minute. Outstanding in the Eagles bid
for victory was the defensive play of the for-
wards Meredith, Waite and Wilson, the rebound-
ing of Derr, Graves, and Damico and the all
around alertness of the entire team. High scor-
ing Ed Taliff registered 23 markers to lead the
visiting Trojans. Sandy Meredith sparked the
Golden Eagles' attack with 18 points.
The Golden Eagles dropped their seventh
straight Mountain League contest 61 to 40 at
Philipsburg. Tyrone played the Mountaineers on
even terms for most of the first half. The victors
then began to gradually pull away and win by
twenty-one points. High scorer for the evening
was P-burg's speedy guard Joe Middleton who
racked up 22 points. George Damico was high
man for the Eagles with 13 tallies.
Tyrone won its first Mountain League game
of the season as the Eagles romped to a 48 to 27
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Meredith, B. Hastings
upset win over an improving Huntingdon quintet.
Playing their best game of the season, the Golden
Eagles worked like a flawless machine. Tyrone's
zone defense limited Huntingdon's Bearcats to a
mere seven field goals. Clyde Tott the Mountain
Loop's top scorer was held to 9 points. The game
was fairly close until the third quarter when the
victory starved Eagles turned it into a rout. Bob
Derr, Mel Graves and Sandy Meredith led the
Eagles in scoring with 12, 10 and 9 points respec-
tively, but it was the play of the entire team that
won the game.
Hollidaysburg High won its second straight
Mountain League title as the Golden Tigers de-
feated Tyrone 63 to 31 on the county seat fioor.
lt was the Eagles eighth league defeat in nine
games. Tyrone's fine zone defense limited the
Tigers to 23 points the first half, but the victors
powerful oFfense got rolling in the second half
and they scored 40 points. The deadly outside
shooting and the rebounding were the big factors
in the H-burg victory. High man for the Golden
Tigers was Ed Soyster with 18 points.
The Tyrone Cagers closed out their 34th sea-
son of play in the Mountain League by dropping
a 52 to 41 decision to Lewistown at Lincoln Gym.
The Eagles fought hard the whole way and it
looked like they might upset the visiting Panthers
until midway through the final period. The vis-
itors then started hitting from all over the floor
to pull ahead. Lewistown's high scoring forward
.lack Hogue scored 27 points to take scoring hon-
ors for the evening. Bob Derr and Sandy Mere-
dith paced the Eagle's offense with 16 and 12
J. V. BASKETBALL TEAM
FIRST ROW: B. Skeleton, T, O'Rourke, B. Duey, L. McHa, B. Snyder. SECOND ROW: J, Marshall, J.
Bigelow, A. Holluway, G. Eckert. THIRD ROW: Coach McKinley, J. Winters, D. Hambright, G. Eckert,
C. Kienzle lmanagerl.
JR. HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
FIRST ROW: P. Sellers, J. Houser, S. Hamer, E. Adams, N, Newlin, F. Rossman, J. Graves. SECOND
ROW: W. Baughman, Jack Igau, Joe Seiner, Andrew Starzeslty, T. Woodring, T. Morrow. THIRD ROW:
E. Thomas lcoachj, D. Burley, J. Pavone lmanagerl, B. Barnes, B. leach.
FIRST ROW: B, Bnrnhcrt, D. Crust, C. Friday, J. Saylof, C. DelBoggio. D. Miller, B, Suylor, B, Lorgent.
SECOND ROW: Coach Mohney, E. Stoner, B. Davidson, N. Kobuck, B. Thomas, A. Hogg.
Jay Vee Wrestlers
FIRST ROW: F. Burletts, E. Gill, N. Muisano, L. Spyker, R. Knepp, J. Phillips. SECOND ROW: Coach
Mohney, H. Cowfer, D. Miles, D. Rudy, M. Spicer.
Final Year Wrestlers
SENIOR WRESTLERS LEFT T0 RIGHT C DelBaggo J Saylor B Thomas
Tyrone High opened its T952 53 wrestling
season with a convincing victory over a strong
Burnham Derry squad at Lincoln Gym on Decem
ber l2 The score was 28 to 15 Bill Saylor Ron
nie Gill Thomas and Al Hogg all won victories
by the fall route Duck Miller and Charlie
DelBaggio copped decisions Burnham Derry
Wrestling their second match in two nights
the Tyrone grapplers fell to Clearfield High
School the kingpin of Pennsylvania wrestling
32 to ll Ronnie Gill and Ed Stoner won their
bouts by decisions Bill Thomas again pinned
his man for Tyrone s other win The upset ofthe
evening was Goat DelBaggios loss to Dean
Triponey in the 'IT2 lb class
Tyrone traveled to Lock Haven for their first
away meet of the season and they came home
on the long end of a 28 to 22 score Bill Saylor
and Ed Gill both captured decisions for the Gold
en Eagles Ronnie Gill Ed Stoner Bill Thomas
and Al Hogg all came off the mats with pins to
their credit Thomas and R Gill won their third
The Eagles went to Lewistown for their fourth
match ofthe season and were victorious 27 to 21
Ron Gill Ed Stoner and Nick Kobak copped dec:
sions for the Eaqles while Goat DelBaggio and
Bill Thomas captured first period falls Tyrone
received its winning six points when the Lewis
town heovy weight forfeited his match to Al
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on the home mats for their fifth match of the sea
son The Little Lions upset the Golden Eagles 25
to 24 Trailing 24 to 22 going into the final match
State Colleges John Cole turned out to be the
hero as he declsloned Tyrones Al Hagg to give
the visitors the victory Bull Saylor Ronnie Gull
Charlie DelBagglo and Bull Thomas all pinned
th ur men for Tyrone while Ed Stoner won by a
decision lt was Thomas fifth straight pm win
Tyrone dropped its third wrestling meet of
the season as the Eagles were trounced 38 to 14
at DuBois The Golden Eagles managed to win
only three bouts Charlie DelBagglos declslon
along with falls by Bull Thomas and Ed Stoner
w re the only points the Eagles received
The Golden Eagles dropp d their fourth
meet of the season as they were defeated 31 to
I4 by the great Bellefonte wrestling team Ty
rone could win only three bouts one by a dec:
sion and two bv falls Don Duck Muller copped
th decision as he defeated Bellefontes Bear In
the upset of the afternoon Tyrones second vac
tory came when Goat DelBaggto pinned Don
Hyde ln the match of the day Bull Thomas at
165 lbs with sux straight puns met the Red Raider s
Denny Anderson with five straight puns Thomas
pinned Anderson in the first period to run has
streak to seven
The Tvrone Hugh matmen dropped their fifth
match un eight starts as they were beaten by
Phtltpsburg 29 to 13 Duck Muller Goat Del
Baggto and Bull Thomas were the only Eagles to
come out victorious DelBagguo pinned his man
while Muller and Thomas copped decisions
was Thomas first decision after seven straight
falls Tyrone gained two more points when Ed
Stoner and his opponent wrestled to a draw
Holltdaysburg Hugh handed the Tyrone
grapplers their sixth loss as they edged the Gold
en Eagles 22 to 18 on the County Seaters mats
Five of the Eagles came home with victories De
ctstons were won by Nick Malsano Duck Muller
Goat DelBagguo and Al Hagg Bull Thomas
pinned H burg s Pringle in 55 seconds of the first
period for his ninth straight win
Tyrone Hugh grapplers broke their losing
streak as they trounced Bedford 37 to 8 The
Eagles 37 points came on three first period falls
four decisions and one draw Miller DelBagglo
and Thomas pinned their opponents in the first
period Nick Kobak got the second period fall
Bull Savlor D ck Crust Bob Davidson and Al Hagg
won decisions while Ed Stoner was held to a
draw Highlight of the match was Bob David
son s victory lt was his first varsity win
The Tyrone Hugh wrestlers ended their regu
lar season with a 41 to 5 rout of Cresson e
victory at Cresson gave th Golden Eagles a 5 6
record for the season Tyrone scored on three
falls six decisions and a default as they won ten
of the eleven bouts The wrestlers gaining dec:
sions were Matsano Muller Saylor Spacer David
son and Thomas Thomas win was over Cres
son s previously unbeaten Bull Carney and ut en
abled Thomas to end the season with 11 straight
victories The three falls went to Charlie DelBag
gno Ed Stoner and Al Hagg Ed Gull won by a
default when his man suffered a broken elbow
Th only loser for Tyrone was Nick Kobak who
was pinned nn the second period
Tyrone Hugh entered a full team in the an
nual District 6 9 Tournament at Lock Haven Two
Golden Eagles advanced to the finals with one
coming out victorious Charlie DelBagguo who
lost to Dean Trtponev in the regular season was
pinned bv th same Clearfield man tn the finals
In the 165 lb class Tyrones Bull Thomas had no
trouble as he d cnstoned Bellefontes Dennne An
derson to take top honors In his class
Bull Thomas represented District 6 9 un the
165 lb class at the Regional meet held at Clear
field In the afternoon Bull pinned Wmdbers Bull
Martell whnl in the evening he dectsuoned Emil
Young of Grove Cnty 3 O
STATE WRESTLING MEET
Bill Thomas became Tyrones fourth State
Champion since the school took up wrestling I
the afternoon bout Bill met his toughest opp nent
of the season in Joe Thomas of Chartters B ll
copped a 3 to 2 decision ln the finals he had a
relatively easy time declslonlng Bull Evelhatr of
Hughesvllle 7 to O Bill Thomas ended the sea
son with 19 wins and 0 losses
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Fnrst Methodlst Church Bethel A M E Church
Hefberu- BUIHQY Vsfnlluom Pormolee
BUPNST Church Young Men s Chrustlon Assoclotuon
Horold Crosby Presld t Budd Smnh
Pentecostal Church First E U B Church
F M h d h h
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Trlmty Eplscopol Church Henry George Sprnnger Sec Treos
R L Hutchinson
Fnrst Presbyterian Church
Methodast Home For The Aged
For the Best
CANDY GROCERIES ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
WEST 13TH STREET TYRONE, PA
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LAWRENCE J BEERS
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
BURCHFIELD 8. COMPANY
TWO Smeg LUBRICATIONS
Tyrone Po Altoona P Phone 9061 Tyrone P
810 W 15th St Ext Phone 1062
RADIO and TELEVISION SPORT'-AND 511-UARD5
Where Old FrIendS Meet
C , SNYDER HOMER C TI-IQMAS
HotpoInt and PhIlco
RefrIgerotIon and Apphonces
RCA GE ond PhIco
RodIo and TSIGVISIOD
1510 Columbus Ave Tyrone P
FOR THE BEST
CANDY NUTS ICE CREAM
V'S" 10 WEST IITH STREET
SULLYS SWEET SHOPPE
1120 Penno Ave
Tyrone Penne Phone 457 fMcIsonIc Bldg J
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Phone 770-M Phone 770-M
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RAY BURIAL VAULT CO
Our Rates Are Farr
You re Sure To Get There
REA 81 DERICK INC
READY TAXI COMPANY
Store of Service
FOUNTAIN AND 1062 BLAIR AVE TY
y Kodaks Dependable Servuce
STINES SERVICE STATION
Gas Publtc Scales
Class of 1953
736 J Val
58 Blair Ave Tyrone
JONES 81 NEWLIN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Blalr Avenue and Tenth Street
omethung More at your
happy motortng Store
960 Penna Ave Tyrone P
- Oil A '
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HODES BROTHERS Appliances - Hardware
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A Complete Banking Service
A Sound Funcmclal Instututlon
wuth Trust Powers to Act as
Admnnustrators Executors Guardians
BLAIR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
Auto Body and Paint Shop
HEBERLING S STORE
Where You Get Whot You Luke
Phone 862 Tyrone
HENRY B KEARNEY
Luke What You Get
RAD'O PHONE 1396
958 Washington Avenue
Phone 1323.1 Tyrone Pa
COLUMBIA AVENUE AND I7TH STREET
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First because its Fmesf
For Econormcol Tronsporfcxhon
COMPLETE LINE OF GENUINE PARTS
SALES AND SERVICE
GENERAL REPAIRS TOWING
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
WARRIORS MARK PHONE IO R I2
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MARLIN S MARKET
GROCERIES PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS
962 Washington Avenue
Open 8 OO 10 30
Phone 341 Delnvery
The Future Belongs to Those Office Phone 1068 Res 643 J
Who Prepare for It
H L L
For Family Securtty see
Beck R H Shofstahl
D Hoover C L Wldney Wunter and Summer
964 Wash Ave Tyrone Po
LUGG 81 EDMONDS
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B E- Mogle F- M- Budd Heating and Ventilating
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FELLER MOTOR COMPANY
Soles PACKARD Service
Firestone Tnre Dnsfrubufors
Goodrich Tlre Dlsfrlbufors
Quaker Sfote Oal
TYRONE PA PHONES 904 9014
SAM FORTE SHOE SERVICE
T003 Pennsylvonuo Ave
TY The I'IOI'TI6 of
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
Men cnncl Boys
HARRY H GARDNER
Tenth Street Tyrone P
Bloir Avenue ond IOII1 Streef
MILLER RADIO SERVICE
Phone 1661 J
Radlo nd Televnsuon
Gulfex Regustered Lubrncahon
Strncklers Ice Cream
Adams Avenue and 2OIh
Phone 151 J G S Mnnemner
W C MORROW 8. SON
Implements and Supp es
Grocerves Meats Confechonery
TYTORE PC' Gasoline and Oils
207 E lO1h St Phone U21
E051 Tenth Sfree!
Phone 1219 R D 4 Tyrone
PETERS AND SON
A Complete Floral Service
FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE
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Phone 585 J
F 8. F CLEANING
AND DYE WORKS
Toste ond Be Convmced
KIENZLE S BAKERY
Perma Ave Tyrone Pennc
D F FORCEY
T364 Logan Ave Tyrone P
IOI O Pennsylvania Ave.
THE AMERICAN LEGICDN
HOWARD GARDNER POST
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Compl ments HOUSEWARES TOOLS
JUNIATA PACKING HARDWARE
Bunlders Hardware Specualust
PHONES 590 591
965 967 PENNA AVE TYRONE
FnnestQUo1lty Meats Fancy Canned Foods
Cru p Vegetables Dairy Products
Delncatessen Fresh Frunts
GETZ MARKET STORE
1068 Pennsylvanna Avenue Phone 636
The Largest Assortment of Fresh Candues nn Central Pennsylvanna
GARDNER S CANDY STORE
Your Credut s
'IOtI1 Street Tyrone Po
OLIVER F SCHELL
CertntIed Public Accountont
Munncupol Buuldung Tyrone
Maytag and Electrlc Store
PhnIco Rodlos 8- T V
Dont forget o Snrnms
Diamond Rang for your
next step n Ife
Your Weddung Doy
20 WEST TENTH ST TYRONE PA
ROSSI S KAISER FRAZER
Soles ond Servnce
D Route 220 Tyrone P
Phone I572 J 3
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'II04 PennsyIvonio Ave. Phone 527
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1360 Logon Avenue
PHONE 351 TYRONE PA
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WORLD LEADERS OF TOMORROW
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Wnllaom Pczrmclee General Secretory
JOHN C YENTER
Telephone Tyrone 721
COMMERCE BUILDING TYRONE PA
THE YOUTH OF TODAY
I7 2I East I0tI1 Street Phone 665
BURNHAM FEED STORE
Case Farm and New Idea
III2 PENNA AVENUE PHONE 620
BLATCHFORD FURNITURE CO
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
PARK LANE FURNITURE
IOOO Penna Avenue Tyrone Penna
TYRONE, PA. .
ACKLIN JEWELRY COMPANY
Hammlton Elgin Gruen Bulova
The finest In Dnarnond Rnngs
Customized Diamonds Keepsake Dnamonds
ABRAM S CASH
WAPLE DAIRIES INC
9th 81 Logan Phon 8
Low Prices Hugh Quality
DEANS SERVICE STATION
Mobll Gas and Oll
Speclol Lubnccmons 2Ist Street Columbia Avenue
Phone 9001 TYRONE PA
3rd St and Wash Ave Tyrone P
Gift Quarters for Every Occasion
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BEST OF LUCK
WE WASH AND
AND STONE CO
Phone 413 ond T423 J
Offce Jones Bu Id ng
TYRONE DAILY HERALD
Everyihlng In Pr nhng
Plant No, I Stover Station
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OWNED AND OPERATED BY
THOSE IT SERVES
POINTS Fuel Oll H F
Seeds Kerosene 1125 Pennsylvama Avenue
Flour Hardware phone 320 321
Water Systems Cement
FARM MACHINERY 'REE 'WVERY
THE BRUCE STUDIO
Washes All the Members
of the class of 1953
GOOD LUCK THROUGHOUT LIFE
COME TO US FOR ALL YOUR
1263 Pennsylvania Avenue Tyrone Penna
Grain Motor Oil
O. A. KENNEDY HOBBY SHOP
Relax With a Hobby
All Gauge Trains' Accessories
Figurines - Paints - Oils - Canvas
Cra ts - Boats - Cars - Planes
MOLNAR S JEWELRY
Hamilton and Giraud
34 WEST TOTH STREET
For Attractive Clothes
to Meet the Need
For All Occasions
THE PRINGLE SHOP
T105 PENNA AVE
LESTER S WORKMEN S
Shoes and Rubber Footwear
Social and Business Stationery
Esterbrook Pens and Pencils
Eversharp and Parker Sets
School Supplies of Every Kind
955 Pennsylvania Ave Tyrone
Clothes for Work and Dress
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THE W F HILLER AGENCY
61 Years of
Unexcelled Insurance Servuce
to Tyrone and Vncunnty
PHONE 57 970 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
Sprung Summer Wunter Fall
Always 36 Delucnous Flavors
TYRONE LOCKER PLANT
1362 Logan Avenue Phone l3I7
CRAIN s Foon MARKET A'fefG"Of1S
Good Luck JUNIATA TAILOR SHOP
Goss of 1953 BERYL TEETERS Prop
Phone 264 J Northwood Pa 953 Penna Ave Tyrone Pa
PIKE'S ICE CREAM
TYRONE S PIONEER Fountann Service Sundrles
Lnght Lunch Suck Room Needs
Magoznnes and Sunday Papers
MCCRORYS STORES CORP
MIKES CUT RATE
5C and OC Store Phone I77 Tyrone P
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D H MYERS
1366 Logan Avenue
Tyrone P Phone 972J TYRONE PA
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D ape es Rug B nd g
MILLER BROTHERS CO
HARDWARE WALLPAPER PAINT SEEDS
1008 Pennsylvama Ave Tyrone P
FOR QUALITY CLOTHING 1058 Pennsylvanaa Avenue
FOR QUALITY SHOES
FAMILY SHOE STORE 'I078 Pennsylvania Avenue
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Rodros ond Record Players
Records ond Music
1127 Penno Ave Tyrone Pc:
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Woshlngton Avenue ond First Street
TYRONE LODGE B P O E NO 212
Closs of T953
THE HICKES GROCERY
1130 Pennsylvonno Avenue
PHONE 576 TYRONE PA
Phone 3-T529 T326 12th Ave. Opp. Goble's Arcade
CLASS OF T953
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OLDSMOBILE 8. CHEVROLET
A A A SERVICE
BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS
USED CAR HEADQUARTERS
215 E Tenth Street Phone 350
The Whole Fcxmlly
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T064 Penno Ave Tyrone
Phone 852 MILK CHOCOLATE MILK
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CLASS OF 53 on wer Penno Ave ond Tenth SI
Phones 1201 1200
172 W sf IOII1 St Tyrone P WATCHES WEARING
LOGAN AVENUE PHONES 112 113
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PLUMBING 3. HEATING
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STEEL S DRUG
AND FINE DRUGS
THE REXALL STORE
RHODES PLANING MILL
ALL KINDS OF PLANING
Surface and Finishing Lumber
Sash Doors Mouldlngs
RUSSELL MUSIC HOUSE
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Made To Measure Clothes
1211 PLNNA AVE TYRONE PA
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Municipal Building Tyrone Penna
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WILSON CLOVERINE SALVE
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Hagg s Daury
Harpster Chevrolet Co
Heberlnng s Market
Hodes Scrap Metal
Home Electrlc Co
Jones and Newlun Attorney
Juniata Packlng Co
Junvata Tallor Shop
Kearneys Radio Shop
Kennedvs Hobby Shop
Klenzle s Bakery
Lester s Workmen s Store
Lugg 81 Edmonds
Mann s Statnonery Store
Marlln s Market
Mikes Cut Rate
Munernuer s Servuce Statuon
Morrow s Farm Implements
Myer s Uoholsterung
Nell s Plumbtng
Pantry Contectuonery Store
Pauls R stourant
Peters 81 Son Flortsts
Prudential Lute Insurance
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Ray Burlal Vault
Rea and Deruck Co
Ready Taxa Co
Relnschmudt and Kubler
Rhodes Planung Mtll
Ross: Bro hers Servlc Statuon
Rupert Chevrolet Co
Russell s Musxc Store
Schell O F Accountant
Searer s Electruc Store
Shaffer Store Co
Snyder El ctrnc Shop
Steels Drug Store
Sully s Sweet Shop
Swaynes Radlo Shop
Thomas H C Insurance
Lnme 81 Stone
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Vtlla and Hub
Wap'e s Daury
West Va Pulp and Paper Co
Wllson Chemncal Co
Wolf Furnuture Co
Woodrlng s Market
Yenter J C Contractor
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