Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1957
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Like all good things, our days at Tyrone
Area High must come to an end. Even though
our school days are at an end, We have had many
experiences which will not be easily forgotten.
Later in life, when we look through the pages
of the Falcon, We will relive many of the in-
cidents Which have taken place. From the con-
fusing days of seventh gradeg We have grown
to become the graduating class of 1957.
When We have settled down in the various
fields that We plan to enter, We will reminisce
concerning the different trips our class has taken
and the incidents that have occurred. Didnlt We
have fun? Then, too, the athletic teams have
given us many happy moments to remember.
However, there has been a portion of hard work
blended in With the many good times that We
have had. Through the efforts of our teachers,
we should be prepared to advance in the fields
that We have selected. In this class, graduating
in the centennial year of Tyrone, We hope that
there will be many outstanding personalities.
Using the Centennial as our theme, we have
tried to make the 1957 Falcon one of the best.
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For her untiring patience and guidance as adviser of the
Spokesman Staffs, Miss Latshaw merits this dedication. As an
outstanding and gifted teacher, she has been most faithful to the
many classes through the years, and has proved herself to be a
guiding light both spiritually and educationally. It is with grate-
ful appreciation and admiration that We, the Class of 1957, dedi-
cate our yearbook to MISS HAZEL LATSHAW.
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Standing: jay Tilson, John E. Baker, Hieharcl H. Pease Cnon-rnemherj, Oscar F. Iohnson, YVil-
liam D. ML-Naul fI101'1-1H6lHl7Cl'J, Dr. Norman Miller CSuperintenclentj and Elclrecl D. Hileman
Seated: Clay I. Treaster-3rcl Viee-President, W'ilfrecl C. Buck-lst Viee-Presiclent, jesse -I
VVooclring-President, James B. Crawford-2r1cl Viee-President, Marjorie E. Barr-Secretary.
T rone Area School Committee
Standing: XI. C. YVaite, Clarence Taylor, Harold I. Erharcl, Alex F. Wilson, Alex E. Iohnston,
Shannon NV. Ramsey. Seated: Leland D. ML-Monagle, Mrs. Cora L. Kaup, Curtis XV. Solt, Mrs.
Edna H. YVaite, George C. Lake. Not in Picture: Harry N. Class, Robert A. Steel, Henry F.
Laughlin, L. Paul Funk, Charles Pryor. Mrs. Sara J. Parks ancl Samuel T. Friday.
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Standing: Le-on Cox 411011-ll'I6I1HX'l'i, Ha-1'liert YV. Conrad, john A. Dunkc-I, Donald C. Brown,
Robc-rl B. Nvnrhoof, liiclmrd D. Slll'HOIlbC1'gl'l'. Seated: Rolwrt D. Sham-1', Harold E. Bzikcr.
Robvrt P. Hcberling, XVillimn H. Hicks. YViliizim E. Artimm.
T Tone Borough chool District Authorit
Standing: Dr. NOI'111illl Nlillc-r, Supi-1'i1itm-ndontg B. C. -loncs, Solicitorg Hugh D. Nlurkle. Yiw-
Prcsidentg Ralph A. Gill, Tl'Ci.lSllfCI'Q Nlil1'j0l'iC E. Burr flllfS.J, Asst. Sm-c1'etu1'yg -I. Lynnc Fc1'mL1',
Pri-sidenlg Dr. john A. Ayn-s, St'L'l'l'tlll'y. Not in Picture: Francis -I. Hvrringlton. Asst. Sc-c1'v-
Dr. Norman Miller
N. Grant Hixson
t t ght: D. walk, KI. Barr, H. Hoovn
Dr. Willard ' Keer
D. Thomas Moore
L ft to right: D. xlCl'li1l'l2lllCl, U. Myers, H lei'-
l-l. Dale Winger
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Seated: Mr. NejakomChemistry and Physics, Mrs.
Scott-General Scicnce, Mrs. Moore-English and
Arithmetic, Mr. Hitchens-Algehru, Geometry and
Trigonometry, Mr. NVinger-Basic Math. Standing:
Mr. LaPorte-Related Mathematics, Mr. S1nith-Arith-
mctic, Mr. Hicks-History and Mzithcinutics, Mr. Buk-
er-History and Mathematics, Mr. Kncidinger-Georg
ruphy and Science, Mr. Pletcher-IXIuthcmatics and
History, Mr. Gilhzun-Biology and Science, Mr. Stcvc-r
-Scicnce Cnot picture-di
Seated: Mr. Hayes-Agriculture, Mrs. Nearhoof-
Home Economics, Miss Wilson-Home Economics,
Mr. Corbin-Machine Shop. Standing: Mr. Gwin-
Auto Shop, Mr. NVcstley-Carpentry Shop, Mr.
Seated: Mr. Chuckrnn-Pennsylvania History and
Community Civics, Mrs. Metzler-History and Geog-
raphy, Miss VVoo1ncr-Geography, Miss Crawford-
YVorld and American History, Mr. Sto11chruker-A1ncr-
in-un History. Standing: Mr. Hanlsluxlter-Americzln
History, Mr. Blatusky-Problems of Democracy and
American History, Mr. Pletcher-American History,
Mr. Hicks-Pennsylvania History and Mathematics,
Mr. Gorman-Prohlcms of Democracy and Driver Fd-
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Seated: Mrs. Thxmizis-Comincrciul, Mrs. Czunphcll-
Commercial, Miss Budd-Art, Mrs. johnson-Vocal
music, Miss XVoomcr-Vocal Music. Standing: Mr.
Bock-Commcrcial, Mr. Pearce-Art Supcrvisor, Mr.
Price-lnstriuncntul Music, Mr. Mzisood-Lihrziriim,
Mr. Wil2Hlxl'-lllStl'lIIHOl'ltill Music.
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Seated: Miss Sinclair-Dental Hygicnist, Mrs. Milcs-
Nursc, Mrs. Pricc-Nurse. Standing: Miss Bauer-
Health and Physical Education, Mr. Mohncy-Hculth
and Physical Education.
Seated: Mrs. Dcrr-English, Mr. Dannuway-Lutili
and English, Mr. Czap-YVriting, Spelling and Driver
Education, Miss Ehlc-Spanish, Writing and Spclling.
Standing: Miss Finnegan-English and Reading, Mrs.
Lake-English, Miss Dzuigherty-English and Hcuding,
Miss Diaz-English and Reading, Miss Lutshaw-
Englishfwliss gfiicllowcll-Englisli Knot picturcclj
Dr. Davicl j, Kirk examines ai student us'
sistecl by Nlrs. Lois Priee, seliool nurse.
Dr. NVilliam Gilbert, Seliool dentist, flees
remedial cleutul work with the ussistauiee
uf Miss REIIRI Sinelair, dental hygienist,
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Seated: B. Higgins, L, Ferner.
Standing: D. Sellers, I. Pnvone, R
Lzlliusu, L. Stonebrukcr.
Adams, Clarence Edward K'Edv Academic
Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3g
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Chorus 1, 22, 3, Choir
3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, l".'1'.A. 2, 3,
Latin Club 1, Special English.
Tall and handsome . . . runs around with "Hube',,
"SoupU ,... heartily dislikes unflat flat-tops . . . wields
the mop at Kienxlc-'s Bakery . . . plans to coach a win-
Ayers, Lewis 'KLQWH Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, -3.
Likes to hunt and fish . . . wins many awards at dairy
shows and fairs . . . is going to grow peas and carrots
. . . sleeping too much is worst fault.
Baker, Judith Ann "Jud D VAC em'
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victory . . . quiet . . . pre ty slnilc Q
Barber, Irvan William "Mea lv Vocational
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2,
Expects to go to trade school . . . Larric, Tom, and
Nevin rate as best chums . . . l1as a flare for hunting? . . .
confused by the girls . . . sleeps to late . . . gets greasy
Light, Priscilla Barth 'KPercy" General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chorus 1, Art Club 1, Latin
Club 1, 25 F.N.A. 1, 2.
just wants to be a housewife . . . plays the accordion
. . enjoys dancing . . . loses her temper . . . cl1ums
with Sherry McClellan and Bev Eyer.
Bateman, Nancy jo "Toots" General
Loves to rollerskate . . . would like to own a convertible
. . runs with Mill, Rosalie, and Sally . . . hates thc
i alarm clock . . . small.
Beckwith, Joan C. "C-ertv Vocational
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
Has the ambition to become an airline hostess . . . Clllllll-
my with Ruth, Carla, Herby, and Margie . . . likes to
hike . . .canit endure nosey people . . . helps around the
Behrer, Robert W. "Bob" Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Hails from the country . . . a farmer he will be . . . pal
is Ted . . . could go fishing anytime . . . dislikes women?
1-an't seem to stop smoking.
e n hristine- "Ann', General
S e 111 1, 2, F.T.A. 1, 22.
1 ' nl ion is to ork in an oi'l'ice . . . often
d 1 n ithy . . . likes to write letters
to1 it 1 a
. . lg ra b ' ' Phe . . . forgetful . . . can be found
' . ng a antry.
Marg' Margaret "Ma1y', Academic
" Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 Chorus 1, Library Club 1, Span-
Kish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3.
fqiure nurse . . . likes to go to parties . . . can bc
5 bon with Pat and Ginny . . . always jumping around
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Bilger, Robert M. I "Spark" Vocational
Footbal 1,1 , Qfufgaketbzill 1, 2, Varsity Club 3,
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Hope: o e a oach . c u is with lim and Nick . . .
observer of all femalk. . . doesn't care for conceited
people . . . can be seen running home late at night.
Bonsell, Barbara Ann "Barb" Commercial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Falcon 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3.
A future secretary . . . can be seen with Bev and Reggie
.1. . enjoys reading and television . . . talks too much in
Bonsell, Carla Jean "Bonse', Vocational
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Goes the way with Gert, Herby, Walkie, and Marge . . .
spends spare time watching T.V .... conceited people
rate as her pet peeve . . . can't seem to control herwtemp-
Bonsell, Ralph F ., Jr. i"Short " ocational
Band 1, 2, 3.
Wants to soi ip jet nes . . . r ms -- ' c with George
and He shel . . d ' es his " otulf thx: Penna. Furn-
'lce t 1 stuck a X , rns gas money
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Brantner, Gloria M. "Peachy,' Commercial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Falcon 3, F.T.A. 1.
Friendly smile . . . plans to take care of "Chef, . . . runs
around with Mickey, Donna, and Judy . . . always writ-
ing letters . . . can't tolerate the late mailman . . . has a
bad temper . . . employed by the Five and Ten.
Briggs, Mildred "Millie" Vocational
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
A future "Number, please" girl . . . pals with Viola,
Elaine, and Jeannie . . . likes to drive the tractor . . .
claims she eats too much . . . works around the farm.
Brown, Hazel P. "Hazel" Academic
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, F.T.A. 3, Spanish Club 2,
3, Special English 3.
Friendly to all . . . hails from the country . . . pals with
Marcy and Zelda . . . enjoys learning to dance . . . in-
quisitive people aren't on her list . . . "gabs" too much
in study halls . . . a future teacher.
Brubaker, Raymond C. "Ray" Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Likes to hunt . . . would like to work in the Forest Ser-
vice . . . chums with Iess and Robert . . . has too much
night life . . . hates to hear the boss call at 5:00 a. m.
Bulkley, Catherine L. "Catherinev Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, Falcon 3, Band 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Choir 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin
Friendly . . . hopes to be a medical-agricultural mission-
ary . pals with Aileen, Lindsay, and Karen . . . doesn't
H1 2 3 Chorus 1 2 3 Cho1r3- Cheer-
ish Club 2 3 Litm Club 1- F.N.A.
nur m the future claims Barb as
likes to cheer at the games . . . giddy
. . quiet . . . perpetual gum chewer.
get enough s eep . .. . writes to a certain fellow.
Ca wo ev ly Ann "BevU Academic
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Conrad, Fred E., Ir. "'l'etler'i Vocational
Chief ambition is to graduate . . . can be see11 cowboy-
ing ilI'0llIld with "Mego,', Arch, and Ralph . . . tl1e State
Police haunt him . . . works at tl1e table . . . spends too
Cosimati, Dominic 'KCosv Vocational
Falcon 3, Track 1, 2, 3.
"Cos" hopes to own a Cadillac someday . . . can really'
heave the discus . . . blond Hgalsv are on his black list
. . . slaves at the l1ospital.
Couch, Freda Marcella "Flossic" Commercial
To join the service is F lossie's ambition . . . Patsy is best
pal . . . paints and reads in her spare time . . . doesnt
like noisy people.
Cowfer, D. Earl "Little Horacei' Vocational
School Patrol 3.
Wants to be a success in life . . . pals with two Bills
. . . likes to go hunting? . . . stays up too late . . .
won't tolerate high classed girls.
Callahan, Colleen Barbara "Colleenv Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Cheer-
leading 1, 2, 3, Arr Club, F.T.A. 1, 2,
Spanish Club 2, Latin Club 1, Youth Cen-
A future "angel of mercyn . . . Virginia is best
pal and also pet peeve . . . pretty eyes . . .
loves to dance . . . capable cheerleader.
Cambridge, Loretta A. i'Lorie'i Commercial
Would like to graduate . . . rides horses in her
sparc time . . . wants to make Charlie happy
. . . hates to get up in the morning . . . goes the
way with Gayle and jo.
Campbell, john B. "Soupy', Vocational
Foofball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity
Cl 12, Qgh-F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
justypq in big' . :Z . endangers the lives of
"Hqbe"','-.VEd, and Fred iiillli Chevy . . . enjoys
all sports .Y . a future peaahndu carrot grower
. . . vsdnspiiany prizes at county fairs . . .
slavesh on liisfpadis farm.
Carper, Donna Jean "Donna" General
Student Council 1.
C11te little package witl1 pretty eyes . . . plans
to get a job . . . Zelda, Hazel, Marcia, and
Rose are best pals . . . keeps the mailman
stepping . . cant enchxre conceited people.
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1 e eenpwil .l Hershel . . . could
Omen ret his goat . . . earns
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Con d, Donald i'Don'i Vocational
.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Hails from Warriors Mark way . . . wants to
be a farmer . . . pals with Bill Stahl . . . likes
to fish . . . never gets enough sleep . . . slaves
at the Gillbrook Farms.
Cowher, Beverly Jane "Bevc" Commercial
Band 1, 2, 3, Art Club.
Slavcs at Blum's . . , pals with Carol, Loretta, and Nancy
Jo . . . gabby people get her goat .. . . loafs at the Pantry
. . . can't seem to get up in the morning.
Crawford, Aileen i'Crawfie,' Academic
Student-Council 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club
2, 3, Orchestra 1, Future Nurses 2, 3, Spokesman 3.
Tall . . . expects to be a medical secretary . . . ehums
with Carol, Catherine, and Lindsay . . . worst fault is
throwing water on hayrides.
Crust, Shirley Ann "S 'rleyu eneral
Home Ee. Club 2. Y . '
Quiet . . . aspires to be 2 retar . . . als ar eel ,
Carol, Mary, and Linds. . . casft stand: - eited N
people . . . active in 4-H Club. ,
Cunningham, Arlene "Ar eneei' General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, F.T.A.
Perpetual talker . . . likes to dance . . . doesn't care for
moody people . . . Linda, Peggy, and Judy rate as pals
. . . sells papers at Tyrone News Agency
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Cupp, Helen Blaine "Cuppiev Vocational . -CZ' 1 , ffl, fy I, L4g'
Chorus 1, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3. X 1 -
Wants to get a job away from Tyrone . . . C gt A'
usually seen with Frances, Viola, and Millie 6'-
. . . enjoys roller skating and square dancing
. . . dislikes conceited people . . . can be seen
at the Five and Ten. I ,X u
Derman, Larrie A. "Snozv Academic xv X'
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Band 1, 2, 3, IV ' if QQ
Photography Club 2. K , Xplol xl
Pounds the gavel for many of the clubs of
T. A. H. S .... chums with Tom Nevin, Bill,
and Hode , . . enjoys running his model trains
. . . canit seem to be on time . . . Fits clothes at
DelBaggio, James William "Pancho,' Vocational
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3.
Star wrestler . . . hopes to get out of school
. . . pals are jim, Dale, and Pete . . . can't seem
to get to school on time . . . eats too much . . .
otten seen with Linda.
Dirmyer, Judy A ujudyu Commercial
Eckert, William C. "Bill,' Academic
Football 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3,
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Latin
Club 1. .
Hikes to school with Dave Gill . . . wants to go
to college . . . capable manager of the basket-
ball team . . . overeating has caused his hig-
ncss . . . women drivers irk him . . . swabs
decks in the Naval Reserves.
Ellenberger, Mae Viola "Fripyv Vocational
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Main ambition is to get a good job . . . pals
with Melvin, Toot, Elaine, Millie, joan, and
Donna . . . loves to swim and roller skate . . .
has a bad temper . . . dislikes conceited people.
Emel, Janet Pearl njaiixiiev Vocational
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
A future telephone operator . . . collects pictures in her
spare time . . . best chum is Lucille . . . claims she ar-
gues too much . . . likes housework.
Estright, Sandra Marlene "Sandie" Academic
'Tri-Hi-Y 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
F .N.A. 2, 3.
Friendly . . . only enemy is the alarm clock . . . loves to
dance . . . a future "lady in whitef,
Ewing, William Richard "Tank" Vocational
A future mechanic . . . favorite pastime is eating . . .
claims his pet peeve is girls . . . friendly . . . wonderful
personality . . . card sharp.
Fasick, Virginia Ann "Ginny,' Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Falcon 3, Chorus 1, 2, Cheerleading 2,
3, Library Staff 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council
1, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3.
Cute and peppy . . . chums with Pat and Mary . . . a
certain junior monopoli er time . . . loves cheering
at games. '
Lindy . Academic
.1, , 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
St' ff Spanish Club 2, 3, Lat-
, F.N.A. l, 2, 3.
ratesf best friend . . . always
too much . . . this ambitious girl
. has pretty eyes.
school . . likes to dance . . . can be
awa 't Franklin's . . . pals with Bill
cl. ad tc mper.
Gensimore, Zelda "Zeke-5' General
Special English 3.
Comes from down Warriors Mark way . . . little . . . but
can she talk!! . . . pet peeve is snobs . . . chums with
Hose Marie, Donna, Hazel, and Marcy, . . . a future
Getz, Sandra L. "Sonie,' Commercial
'l'ri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 2, Falcon 3, Chorus 1, 2,
3, Choir 2, 3, Ensemble 1.
Known for her infectious giggle . . . pals with "Boots,
. . . keeps the mailman busy . . . dctests people who are
late. if '
Getz, 1 An! W uSue,' General
.A 3' 1- '-Y 2, 3' 2Eyl.v2, Cliifus 1, F.T.A. lg Latin
r 11 - F. . 3. -
. . . ' oth nklin gnijployee . . . secret talent is
p a ng t . r . . . seen with Sherry.
A d r in iool quiet . . . well dressed
Gilpin, aren "Karen', Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Library Staff 1, 2, 3,
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Softball 1, 2, 3.
Could cat, sleep, and drink sports . . . chums with Gin-
nie and Sandie . . . a future teacher . . . puts her time
in at the Cut Rate Shoe Store.
Civler, Frances Louise "Fran,' Academic
Latin Club 1, 2.
Wants to be an "angel of mercy" . . . eoneeited people
irk her . . . will make some lucky fellow happy . . . can
always be seen with Elaine, Jenny, and Lois . . . works
at M cCrory,s.
Colden, Jean Doris "Dorie', Vocational
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
Main ambition is to change her last name . . . cowboys
a red and white Ford . . , Ianet, Dolores, and Lottie are
her pals . . . spends time writing to jim . . . beautiful
Grazier, Judith Ann 'fludyv Academic
Spokesman 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Span-
ish Club 2, Latin Club 1, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3.
Always on the go, especially to State . . . will be a good
nurse someday . . . cute and friendly . . . temper gets
the best of her sometimes.
Crazier, Theodore Lee "Ted', Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Will patrol our state highways . . . money burns a hole
in his pocket . . . doesn't care for girls who smoke . .
pals with jack, Don, Lewis, and Al.
Gross, James R. "jimi, Vocational
Wants to serve "Uncle Sami' . . . eanit get enough sleep
. . . where there's a black ,50 Ford, there's jim . . . can
be seen with Smoke and john . . . currently employed
at Herrington's Service Station.
Grove, Chester E. "Chef Academic
Key Club 3.
Chetis new around T.A.H.S. this year but already he's
everybodyis friend . . . famous for his "hotv car . . .
loves to drag . . . one of our Lady Killers . . . claims
his pet peeve is Chevy's . . . I wonder why! . . . pals
with Pete and jim.
Cunsallus, Judith Ann "-ludyv Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Falcon 3, Chorus 1, Library Staff 1,
2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3.
A real cute gal . . . keeps her eye on a "blue chevy" . . .
aspires to be a nurse . . . pals with Donna, Peachy, and
Pat . . . always late . . . one of Sully's slaves.
Hale, H. Lynn 'iSidD Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2,
3, Class Oificer 2.
Has brains but wonit use them . . . can do and will do
most anything . . . if heis not with Judy, you can find
him with Tom and Gerry . . . plans to be a lawyer . . .
employed by Steelis Drug Store.
Harper, L. R. Clair "Sami, Vocational
Pursued by the girls . . . will be a good machinist . . .
favorite pastime is ice skating . . . pals with Newt,
Pooch, Tank, and Caunch.
Harpster, Joan Marie njoniev Academic
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, En-
semble 1, 2, 3, District Chorus 2, 3.
Tiny and cute . . . wonderful singer . . . can be seen
with Carol and Virginia or Kenny.
Hoover, Pearl Louise "Ht-rbyv Vocational
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Sweet and quiet . . . enjoys riding horses . . . a future
airline hostess . . . pals with Ruth, joan, Carla, and
Houser, James Charles Ujiml' General
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
School Patrol 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, Varsity Club 2,
3, Student Council 3.
A regular "goof-offv . . . fun to be with -never a dull
moment . . . an all-around athlete . . . nice looking
. . . runs with Pete, Dale, and Jimmy . . . hates the
Houser, Irvin William 'KBillv Vocational
School Patrol 1, 2.
Likes to eat . . . claims hc spends all his money . .
detests giddy girls . . . aspires to be a carpenter . . .
seen with Gerald . . employed by Long's Dairy.
Hubert, . W 'am "Hubbie" Vocational
l Foot ll 1, , 3, Ba B 1, Track 1, 2 , Wrestl-
'n , , Y 9 , oru' , lub 1 2,
7a ' ty Cli . 7 .' - 2, Phot
good fri . . . lots of fun tro ible 'eepin
in sha orts . . . m l ntral Cot ty l- r
riot? my . Soupie, and Fred a is si
. wants 1 is a co'
Harpster, Virginia G. "Ginny" Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3.
Everybody's friend . . . famous for her Special
English talks . . . loves any kind of sports . . .
if you're with Ginny, you're sure to have a
good time . . . has a cute laugh.
Herlt, James Hjimv General
Nice to know . . . wants to be a millionaire . . .
can be seen with joe, Clair, and Spike . . .
cleans thc woods out come hunting season . .
slaves for J. A. Gardner.
Hessler, Robert Alan "Bohn Vocational
Will make a good radio and T.V. technician
. . . can't get to school on time . . . detests
those monthly book reports . . . enjoys tinker-
ing with old radios.
Higgins, Barbara Rae "BarbH Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2,
3, Cheerleading 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Lat-
in Club 1, Ensemble 2, Youth Center
Council 1, 2, 3, Special English 3, F.T.A.
1, 2, 3.
Barb is our peppy cheerleader . , . always smil-
ing . . . plans to be a nurse . . . personality
plus . . . ehums with Vicki.
Hogan, Barbara Ioan "Ioanv Commercial
Falcon 3, Chorus 1, Library Club 1, 2, 3.
Cute . . . indescribable giggle . . . always on
the go . . . talkative . . . seen with Rosemary
. . . wants to find a job.
Hoover, Arthur "Pat'l Vocational
Plans to be a farmer someday . . . always
dodging the T.P.F .... can be seen with Bill
and George. ,
Keller, Patricia Ann uPat,' Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 1.
A cute little blonde who pals with Peachy,
Donna, and Judy . . . nice complexion . . .
laughs a lot . . . toils away at MeCrory's.
Kennedy, Thomas A. "Tom,' Vocational
NVants to be a mechanic . . . likes to tinker
with cars . . . best pal is Tom Riggleman . . .
keeps late hours,
Kilmartin, David "Dave', Vocational
"Dave" wants to be a "Marina-i' . . . says he
likes ears, but drives too fast . . . his best
chums are Fred, George, and jim.
Kobak, Dolores Ann "Sis,' Vocational
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
"SisU busies herself at the Methodist Home for
the Aged . . . abhors girls who smoke and
crack gum . . . runs with Doris, Ianet, and
'Bill ' f " ' f
Lake, Lois Lindsay "Linn Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 3,
Softball 2, 3, F.N.A. 2.
Aspires to go to college . . . "Linn says her pet
peeve is her hair . . . bubbling over with fun
. . . always talking in study hall . . . her eyes
La Rosa, Rosemary "Pasqualle,' Commercial
.1 ok . an 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Library
lb , , 3.
Ioan , he best ehum . . . abhors that midnight
lrfe a friend of everyone . . . her
be a secretary.
lgou, John Charles njackv Academic
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, Choir 3, Track 1.
A future Air Force pilot . . . blonds are his pet peeve
. , . likes to hunt . . . Ted and the F.F.A. boys are his
Isenburg, Richard Darrell "Birdy Vocational
Key Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
Bud's ambition is to be an employee of the Paper Mill
. . . chums with Larrie Derman . .. stubborn . . .
claims girls peeve him but he hides it . . . enjoys work-
ing on cars.
James, F. Robert "jess,' Vocational
One of the machine shop boys . . . claims girls as his
favorite pastime-hm . . . pals with Bob Kimberling . . .
works at Fink Bros. Hardware.
johnson, Nevin Blair "Roekyn Vocational
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Choir 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3.
Rocky wants to be an electrical engineer . . . goes the
way with Bill, Larrie, and Tom . . . nice personality
. . . slaves away at City Pharmacy.
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Loose, Carol -lane Academic
Library Club 1, 2, Latin Club l, 2, Student Council
lg F.N.A. 1, 2.
A mighty attractive gal .
uscallopsu . . . burns the
that boy at Penn State.
. . always with joan . . . loves
midnight oil writing letters to
Lynch, Dorothy A.
U Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Home Ee. Club 35 F.N.A. 2.
A tuture lady in white . . . drives P P a blue chevy . . .
pals with Rose, Shirley, Doris, and Delores . . . says
late people bore her.
Maisano, Jeanette J. "Peskeenie,' Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 22, 3, F.T.A. 1.
MPL-skeenicu wants to land a certain blonde . . . Freda,
Busy, Sateh, Bcv, and Irene comprise the gang . . .
always traveling to Northwood . . . quiet.
Marshall, Rose Marie ' I'iny,' ademic
Ho V- lub g S ' 1 Ch 'g '. .Af l.
"Tinyn wa . a nurs . . . a ways aug ung and
dancing . . . eluuns witl U
Hartz, David L. "Grease Nlonkeyn Vocational
Youth Center Council 1.
Dave wants to be a good mechanic . . . dislikes work
. . . goes the way with 'Wvoocliev . . . slaves at DelX'Iay
McCaulley, Ma jo . xgxyllrfeu General
Bas -thrglxg , 35 Concert Band l, 2,
3' .A. l
Yale . . . v rf ' hletic . . .
lHC ' . .l'an,t tolerate
McClellan, Sherry Nan Sherryi' General
Latin Club 24 F.N.A. 2, 3.
A future woman in white . . . always giggling . . . can
be seen with Priscilla and Sue . . . worst fault is not
doing her homework.
McNeal, Karl "Bud', Vocational
To be a machinist is his ambition . . . pals with Ron
and john . . . keeps late hours . . . toils away at Getzis
Merritts, George B. "Mego', General
Une of the Thomas boys . . . always ugoofin, oft" , . .
best eluun is Fred . . . Laziness is his worst fault.
Miller, Leslie H. "Les" General
Very quiet . . . likes to hunt . . . can be seen loaiing
with Smoke, joe, Clair, and Bill.
lMiller, Virginia Louise "Jin', Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2,
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3.
A brilliant blonde . . . loves to read and dance . .
worst fault is car troubles and driving too much . .
"Jin,' can be seen with Judy and Colleen.
Minerich, Rose Marie 'cChink,' Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Concert
Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1,
F.N.A. 1, 2, 3.
"Chinkn wants to be a nurse . . . shels a dude of a
dresser, and loafs l l at Sully's . . . dislikes conceited
people . . . her best chums are Dottie and Shirley.
Morrissey, Ira John "Morse, Academic
Spanish Club 2, Student Council 1.
'cMorsev likes to shake pinball machines . . . quiet . .
always loafing with John, Bill, and Don.
Morrow, Thomas Glenn c'Panch,' Academic
Wrestling Manager 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3,
Spokesman 1, Chorus l, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Varsity
Club 2. 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Photography
Club 2, 3. V
"Panch" is a barrel of lun . . . claims his tavorite
pastime is eating . . . loves to agitate Don Stewart . . .
can be seen with Woody, Larrie, Nevin, and the boys.
Murchison, Mary Lee Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Art Club 1, Spanish
Club 2, Latin Club l, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus
1, Youth Center Council 1, 2.
A bashful, but cute little blond . . . can be seen with
Judy, Janie, and Judy . . , she sure loves that "0ldsD
I . . dirty, White shoes annoy her . . . ambition is to be
an occupational therapist.
Murray, Lois Jane "Murphie', General
"Murphie" loves to be ordinary . . . loves to sleep . . .
and Wants to keep Johnny happy . . . best chums are
Jenny and Frances.
Myers, Robert H. "Smokey" General
Football manager 1, Basketball manager 1, Student
"Smokeyv has trouble keeping out of trouble, but wants
to be a success . . . likes to drive to Bellwood . . .
dislikes girls who crack their gum.
Naylor, Don "Orby,' Vocational
School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
VVants to be a 'cabinet malmri . . keeps the halls of
T. A. H. S. clean . . . likes to hunt . . . chuins with
l ura n 'urav Commercial
a d 1, ..., 3' ncert and 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1,
T nbh 1 1b ', 2.
a 1 N ts O 2 ' " s . . . just loves band
it Rate Shoe Storey . . .
rae e . ..s e tt '
eep tl . Post e
Nea oof,'Lois,Ann ', ann Commercial
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
"San" wants to be a secretary . . . best chum is Freda
. . . another "Liberace, . . . can be seen with a guy
Pease, M. William, Jr. "Bill', Vocational
"Bi11', just wants to he successful . . . likes to hunt and
fish . . . is one of the many who hates to crawl out of
Perry, Jay E. p "-Iason' General
l-1, ' 2 con S , Varsity Club 3,
T' ' 1, 2, aseb 1 2, F.F.A. 3.
I o t e 'l'.,1 . H. S un' it U . . . an all around
.port . . ' be s requ w't john, Marlin,
Bob, -1 x , . . say ie nev 16 in a baSk1't-
li game. f
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Phillips, Maxine Lee "Max,' General
"Max" likes a certain guy named "Gene, . . . aspires to
be a good housewife . . . runs with Freda, and Patsy.
Piper, Peg I "Pi-gi' General
Tri-Hi 3, orus 1, Home Ec. Club 3, Latin
C11 1. . 1 3.
Canit in. 1 1 mind to 'ii ambition . . . chummy
with .Bo da, Ca y , and Arlene . . . worst
fault is ch 111 in ly e akois class.
Neil, Samuel M. nskllllu Vocational
Band 1, 2. 3, Concert Baud 1, 2, 3.
One of the E. T. Boys . . . hates that early
morning alarm . . . throws knives and likes
to hunt . . . his pals are joe, Lee, and Andy.
Newlin, Edward S. "Nc-di' Academic
Football Manager 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Spokesman 3, Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1,
2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Varsity
Club 3, Track Manager 1, 2, 3, Spanish
Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1.
Takes excellent pictures . . . girls are his pet
peeve . . . "Ned" claims his best chum is john
Pavone . . . likes basketball and is one of the
T.A.H.S, "mighty fi."
Noel, Virginia Mae ujcnnyu General
Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3.
Friendly to everyone . . . she caught a guy
named 'iKennyv . . . loves to eat spaghetti . . .
pals with Lois, Frances, and Sherry.
Owens, Lee Esther "Estov Academic
Basketball 2, Home Ee. Club 1, F.N.A. 3.
Another future lady in white . . . loves to
dance and listen to records . . . always day-
dreaming and laughing.
Pavlic, Frances Ann "Nic-kyi' General
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
Loves to cook . . . can be seen with Carol,
Mary, Sally, and Donna . . . worst fault is
keeping late hours.
Pavone, john William "Teabonev Academic
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Falcon Staff 3,
Varsity Club 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Class
Oflicer 2, 3.
NVants to be a civil engineer . . . a brain, but
doesn't like to disturb it . . . pals with Ned
. . . pet peeve-people who think thcyire
always right . . . likes to watch television.
Raabe, Hershel Edwin "Hersh,' Academic
Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3,
Concert Band 1, 2, 3.
i'Hersh,' wants to go to college . . . always
late . . . enjoys hiking over the mountain . . .
goes the way with Ralph, George, and Gerald.
Ray, Jess "Jessi, Vocational
Band 1, 2, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
"Jess" wants to enter tl1e service . . . best
chums arc Ray and Warren . . . likes to hunt
. . . works on his tather's farm.
Roberts, Raymond Gerald "Gerry" Academic
.- Wrestling 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Falcon 35
Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Student
A handsome guy . . . if it's music, Gerry can
do it . . . plans to make it his career . . . shy
and bashful . . . claims he daydreams too
much . . . Tom, Lynn, and Bill are his buddies
. . . Tyrone Herald keeps him b1lSy.
Romano, Lucille "Lu" General
Home Ec.zClub 1, 2, 3. Y W
Wants to make some fellow happy . . . pals
around with janet, Rhoda, and the gang . . .
hates to be called "Tex.D
Ross, Nancy Carol HBQ-Bop" General
Home EC. Club 2, 3.
Small and c11te . . . a future i'Number pleasei'
gal . . . likes to cowboy the family car . . .
companions are Dianne, Shirley, and Donna.
Rossman, Harold Frederick "Fred', Vocational
Basketball 1, Key Club 1.
Nice smile . . . likes the girls . . . main ain-
bition is to- join the Navy , . . one of the
T. A. H. night owls . . . travels with Becky,
lim, Dave, and Mel . . . earns board at Stcel's
Pollock, Gene Il. Vocational
Wants to be a truck driver . . . pals with jim, john,
Jerry., and Bud . . . drives too fast . . . likes a certain
girl from Birniinghaui.
P0l't, Allll D A Cademic
Tri' -Y 35 5 f U ls rl: 3 Spanish
C 1 , 3, ' 1211 's f . . .
A fl c lz l ite- .. ce crso ' ty . . . always
P111 thi oil 1 til 16 la t 11111111 . . . best chum
is trol. L
Prough, gina Ann " cggicv Commercial
' z kc . X I
1 1i mb e a -r-tar . . . ca w- 5 be
s i arh , z ' Sc i . . fav astime
1. adi or . di f r po A . '. . s busy
k veping o11r s -l oolis an s 'n go order. 6
Pryor, David L. llaeen Vocational
Electrical engineering is this manis goal . . . his favorite
pastime is hunting, and-chasing the Grier School girls
. . . pals with Sam and Andy.
Saylor, Shirley Ann "Bon General
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Home Ee. Club 2, 3.
Shirley thinks graduation is her chief achievement . .
you've made it, kid . . . never sees the sun rise . . .
cowboys the car with Nancy, Gus and Rose.
Seiner, Joe "joe', General
Ioe wants to sec the world . . . always goes to bed late
. . . girls who smoke donit rate with this guy . . . likes
to hunt . . . seen with -lim, Clair and Les.
Sellers, David Earle "Pe-ten Academic
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, School Patrol 1,
2, 3, Key Club 2, Varsity 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3:
F. T. A. 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 1.
Wonderful personality . . . plans to go to college . . .
never heard of work . . . Pete was one of the many
who kept our football team on the ball . . . goofs ofl'
with Jim, Dale and Jim.
Sellers, Janet Kathleen "janv General
Main ambition is to be a success . . . claims worst fault
is cracking gum . . . detests girls who brag . . . pals
with Doris and Mary.
Sheppard, Marcia Jean "Mari-yi' Academic
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, F. T. A. 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Special English 3.
Cute and friendly . . . hails from Warriors Mark . . .
will make 'npattractive teacher . . . likes to dance . . .
always witl azel, Mary Ann and Zelda.
Shock, 0 Fa Donna "Donna" General
Contei ate -hanging hen last name . . . likes to travel
the l 'g 21-6923 T'pton . ii . hates people who crack gum
. . .Kflmums iwith Wet ' jIltCharlotte.
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NX Shultz, Ca l LQ-J of "Shultzie,' Academic
3, Qsfikcsliitin 1, 2, 3- horns 1, 2, 3,
Xi-p F. T. . gi, Sparish Club v, Latin Club 1,
bf ,o ci .
V Shu tgje is tihywlnd 'in . . . frie ly . . . leaps before
s ooks . . . tra ' with Ann Port . . . wants to teach
third graczi . . . book. and music pass the time.
Smith, Charlotte "Lottie,' Commercial
Snyder, Donna J. "Donn General
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Library Club 2.
Donna desires to take care of Don . . . corresponds with
the Navy . . . goes the way with jude, Peachy, and Pat
. . . slaves at McCrory's . . . gets peeved at that bov
who flashes his smile at the girls. l
Spaulding, H. Dale "Pork" Academic
Football 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, Spanish 2.
Dale plans to go to college? . . . crazy about girls and
football . . . able co-captain of our powerful football
team . . . can be found with jim, Pete, or jim . . .
developed thc habit of wrecking cars . . . thinks it's a
sin to be on time for school.
Stahl, William 'cBillU Vocational .
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Tall with black curly hair . . . girls keep him broke .
chums with Don Conrad . . . that certain teacher irks
him . . . plans to farm or fly . . . employed by a Fox.
Starzesky, Andrew Charles nAndyv Vocational
Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1,' 2, 3, Dance Band 3.
Andy wants to be an electrician . . . travels with Sam,
George, and jess . . . hates to get up in the morning,
maybe thatis why he is always late? . . . likes to hunt
and fish . . . if you ever want a fly tied, take it to him.
Stewart, Donald L. c'Hoddiev Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, L,
Choir 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Boys'
Chorus 15 Freshman Operettag Concert Band 1, 2, 3.
Loafs at Daveis Dream . . , thereis something about that
fourth period study hall . . . plans to be a fly boy .
runs with Larrie, Gib, Lynn, Bill, and Nevin.
Stonebraker, Lois Helen "BootsU Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, Falcon, Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 2.
Boots is wild about horses . . . friend to all . . . that
gas station holds a certain fascination . . . wants to sit
on a bossis knee . . . practices by being secretary of
our class three years running . . . pals with Sonie . . .
homework gets her down.
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'Sfone it ' 'A. "Pat', Academic
Q19 JT - 2, 3- Chorus 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3,
fb VLa n li F.N.A.1,2,3.
A t Wa 1 ailing people back to health . . .
454 ith ar igelow and Virginia Fasick . . . just
eating 1 h r hobby . . . dislikes nasty girls . . .
alwz s misses ti first few minutes of everything.
oner, M. Victoria ',A"Vieki,, Academic
R499 iaphk than 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3? Chorus 1, 2, 3,
i . '. . 1, 2, 3, Latin ,Club 2, Youth Center Council
fl, 2, 3, Special English 3. cf
Per nality plug. .".,, always ready for a good laugh . . .
do E afgie w'ih tlijd galfi . . shefs got you beat before
ytiista . . .iiatesjo bd bounded for Spokesman articles
.EIA ge a ckarge-.out oflthe Tyrone "rowdies" . . . goes
the Way wi Barb.
Stouffer, D. William "Bill" Vocational
Wants to make? ? money, you can go to jail for that . . .
chums with Les . . . snobs rate low on his list . . . but
hunting is way up at the top . . . Schulman's pay his
-Atringer, Dona1dfEugene ...,,"Don" K fVocational
Don is always aiming for higher grades in shop . . .
those theories really got under his skin . . . duck when
he blows his lid . . . enjoys chasing animals through the
woods . . . travels the way with Clair, joe, Jim, and
Dick . . . employee of the A SIP.
Summers, John J. "Mack,' Vocational
A true nature lover . . . Ioves to reduce the number of
wild animals . . . looking for a good job . . . that 7:00
A.M. buzzer really shakes him . . . leaves till tomorrow
what he can get out of today . . . gets along line with
jim, Gene, Bill, and Gerald.
Swayne, Gilbert L. "Gib" Academic
Key Club 1, 2.
Plans to go into forestry . . . seen with John and Don
. . . quiet . . . but enjoys a good argument . . . un-
expected tests are his pet peeve fwe stand behind you.J
Walk, Wouise "Anna" is-axycadeniie
F.T.A. 1, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1,
F. N. A. 1, 2, 3.
Can be found with Ruth, Pat, Freda, or Herby . . .
enjoys playing the piano and organ . . . wants to follow
in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale.
Walk, Ruth Naomi "Walkie" Vocational
Basketball 1, 35 Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, Softball 1.
A future 'Knumbcrs pleasev girl . . . snobs bore her . . .
can't seem to catch that bus . . . pals with Bonse, Gert.
Herb, and Mick.
Walk, Willis W. Vocational
Going to see the world at the expense of Uncle Sam's
Navy . . . pals with Richie Ewing . . . can sleep any-
Walker, C. Robert "Bohn Vocational
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Hunting and eating suit him fine . . . that teacher peeves
him . . . pals with the Ag. Boys . . . another night
hawk . . . quite the ladies' man . . . wants a farm of
his own . . . employed at Fisher's Dairy Farm.
Tate, Patricia L. "Patsyv General
Would like to serve as an airline hostess . . .
dislikes being tripped up . .. chums with
Freda Couch . . . Fred rates . . . gives a
teacher competition in talking.
Taylor, D. William "BillD Vocational
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Wants to be a farmer . . . likes to hunt or
swim . . . chums with Bob and the Ag. Boys
. . . claims he steals girls . . . employed at
Tennis, Donna Lee "Donna', General
Home Ee. Club 2, 3.
Keeps her eyes on yellow and black Mercurys
. . . late people irk her . . . goes the way with
Nancy, Diane, and Ann . . . temper, temper
. . . wants to get a diploma and be a success.
Turiano, Joseph E. "Bo" Vocational
Key Club 1, 25 Falcon, Oratorical Contest
Attended Keystone Boys' Camp . . . keeps
classes in an uproar . . . wants to be a five-star
general . . . has the hardest time finding rides
home . . . Acme Super Market keeps him
jumping . . . up till the wee small hours.
Turnbaugh, L. Dianne K'Dianne" General
Chorus 1, Home Ee. Club 3.
Plans to marry that certain boy!! . . . blue
Buick watcher . . . troublemakers and giddy
girls pain her . . . another tardy miss . . . can
be seen with Nancy and Sherry.
Waite, Frances Jane njaniev Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2,
3g Choir 3, Art Club lg F. T. A. 1, 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, Latin Club 13 Youth Cen-
ter Council 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1.
Anybody want to sell Florida? janie will buy
. . . nuts Cbut definitelyi about clowns and
daisies . . . dislikes lagging school spirit . . .
finds it hard to keep work up-to-date . . . sells
open-toed clodhoppers at the Triangle . . .
bums with Judy Grazier and Mary Lee . . .
cute curly hair.
Williams, Freda M. "Tish', General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chorus 1, Student
Council 1, 3.
Winner of the Teenage Road-E-O Award . . .
especiall likes traveling to Burry Hill . . . can
be founcllwith Jean, Bev, Irene, and Satch . . .
worst fault is eating up-side-down banana
Woodring, I. Thomas uWoody', Academic
Key Club 1, 2, Spokesman 1, 2, Band l, 2,
3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Pep Band 1,
2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band
Friendly . . . works long hours on the "Ford',
. . . best pal is Lynn Hale . . . dislikes girls
with skyward noses . . . an avid hunter . . .
toils at DeMfiy Quick. Q
VSLolford,,Peggy h "Pe VV ' Academic
9 -'Se 'ir T '-1jIi- m,3, S esman 1, Chorus
af 1,',I!T5 fkilhoirg, 3,Mi1anish Club 2, En-
.se1iible.1,2,35F.Nfr .1, 2, 3 ,
Citi always belfound Writing let . . . es-
pglciially dislilqdi dea beats . . .wp anslto be a
'nurse . . . cliiims vgih Linda Fcrner . dips
ice-cream at the Tyrone Storage.
Woomer, Garry James "Jimi, Vocational
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Varsity Club
Wonderful personality . . . can be found with
Fred Rossman if not with Leah Levine . . . dis-
likes giddy girls . . . wants to be an electrical
Zeek, Mary Ann "Mary Annv General
Plans to be a dental hygienist . . . quiet . . .
likes being with Gene . . . chewing gum is her
worst fault . . . seen with Judy and Marcy.
Zeiders, Ruth Ann "Toots" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 2.
Enjoys jazz . . . pals with Freda, Janie and
Karen . . . forgetful . . . dislikes people who
copy . . . wants to go to college.
Weaver, Richard Lee "Dog,' Vocational
Key Club 1.
A future electrician . . . likes to tinker with old radios
. . . worst fault is girls . . . slaves for Blatchfordis.
Westbrook, Carol Ann J "VVestic" General
' tball 1, 2, 3, Bird 1, 2, 3.
LH d . . . frien X . . . Westie plans to be a file
cle a :Uh sewif . . . favorite cronic is Beverly
do when sg. ' obs 1' on her black list . . . music
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Westley, Darrel J. "Spike,' Vocational
School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
Dreams of making millions . . . Park Avenue holds an
attraction . . . girls, smoking peeve him . . . chums
with Jim, Clair, Smoke, and Joe . . . employed at thc
Wilson Theatre . . . considers that diploma an achieve-
Wike, udith An ' "Judy" Academic
niq - 9 . , Spokesman 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2,
3 ir 1 -, rt Club 1, Library Club 1, F. T. A.
,' 'pani ' ub 2, 3, Latin Club 1, F. N. A. 2, 3,
pec'a nglish 3.
Won e dancer . . . friendly . . . plans to enter
' Jcfl n and go in traini g . . . goes the way with
r n Cu ingham, Peg olford and Linda Ferner.
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SENIOR PLAY CAST
Seated: M. Bigelow, ul. Maisano, DI. Gunsallus, S. Estright, M. Briggs, -I. NVaite, H. Mineiidi
Standing: V. Harpstcr, G. Friday, AI. Igou, F. VVillia1ns, T. Morrow, F. Bossiuan. G. Cluleoat
F. Adams, YV. Eelwrt,
N o More Homework
Coach Guthrie .
Miss Goodin ...,...,...,.
Mrs. Glendenning .
Miss Ugilyie , .,,, ..
Mr. Harper , ,.,,..
Mr. Lindquist . .T '
Pamela lones ..
"Bunn Bailey ..,. ..
Shalimar Ames ...,. ,
Fayersliain Lightly .,.,..,
Bonald Sassoon . .,.. .
HTiek,' Tok .
Mrs. Hatchet .,.,
Elmer B. Ames . .
, Eddie Adams
. ,. Bose Minerieh
. ., joe Turiano
., lack lgou
, Mary Bigelow
,. Gerald Friday
. Toni Morrow
STUDENT GROUP FACULTY GROUP
cated: li. Minerieh. Standing: -I. Maisano, -I. Seated: Nl. Bigelow, 1. YVaite, M. Briggs. Stand
Cnnsallus, VI. lgou. F. llossman, lf. XVillizuns. ing: V. Harpster, C. Fridav, S. Estriqht, G. Chil
coat. T. Morrow, E. Adams. XY. Eckert.
Driver Education is available to senior high school students of sixteen years
of age or over. Juniors and seniors are given preference in this training.
The purpose of the Driver Training Course is to train students to hecome
skillful and responsible automobile drivers. Classroom instructon is given con-
cerning safety and motor code regulations and actual driving instruction is given.
using a dual control automobile.
Nlr. Gorman and Nlr. Czap are the instructors in this course.
Left to right: Mr. Gorman llnstruetorl, P. Tate, j. Herlt. B. Berkstresser. Hr. Czap flnstruc-torl.
Be careful, it might explode!
Pete und Merle Louise prepare un experiment
First row: C. C211111ilSfft1Cl, M. Cherry, A. Cowher, D. Davis, S. Barone, S. Cupp, UI. Beals, N. Gurper, P. Bowser
L. Blunelizncl. il. Buck. Second row: I. Cowher, D. Czxlclerwoocl, B. Beckwith, S. Dean, C. Dillon, E. Dickson
I. Bonsell, L. Drake, B. Crowell, B. Burket. Third row: -I. Bzitluirst, B. Ayers, Huyes. C. Decker, -I. Al
bright, B. Urlmn, F. Dunnuwuy, L. Beckwith, L. Barlett. Fourth row: G. Deun, bl. lfekert. T. Dawson. .I
lloinaui, F. Crust. B. Burnes, B. Einel, B. Diekson. P. Bennet, XI. Trostle.
First row: A. ludrola, NI. Koliuek, L. Friclay. L. Geist. UI. Fisher, L. Glenn. bl. llieks, j. Kiinlxerling, xl. Herlt
H. Goss, B. Hubert. Second row: ll. Fredrick, -I. Fink, K. Gununo, XI. Helierling, D. Hurpster, A. Fiore, B
Hurpster. S. Fugley, K. Gunsullus, B. llucly. Third row: X. Kimmel, E. Greene, D. Hzuner, L. Hagen, D. Gill
B. Hieks. C. Hagen, B. Kiinlierling, G. Bennet, F. Faust. Fourth row: I. Hieks. l. Groves, D. Hilclelurund, D
Fink, D. Koliuek, B. Helmerling, C. Houser, G. Gripp, G, Hzirnster.
First row: F. NVezn'er. 1. Snvitts. -I. XXX-stuii, S. Stimer. I. NVQ-uver, K. St-lim-k, C. Stitt, X. Ritelley. lt. Leeper.
P. XVhite. X. NVuite. C. Snyder. D. XYou1ner. BI, Hii-liuuls. Second row: L. NYillii11ns, D. Smith. 'l'. Secmrclo, C.
Sellers. R. Tlimnus. l. Vannemun. T. Thmnpsun. X. Yotliers, NI. Rannsey. B. XVurrender. H. Snyder. Nl. Stone-
iruker. Third row: 'l'. Schultz. 'l'. lligglenmn. R. llpclike, P. Snider. P. lhnnsey. T. Yeager. li. Trenury. H.
Hulingg, I. YVilson. D. Slllllllflllllillix, B. Xllnleslagle, E. Znmnernmn, F. Sones.
First row: bl. Philzige, K. Phillips, F. Pmsons, C. Clipper, A. Parkes, G. Naylor. S. Ohrtniun, DI. Plinsinski, A.
Lewis, E. Nh-Nlnllen, XI. Moore, B. Rlorrissey. L. Nevling. Second row: N. Murchison, M. fYll0ll1'liL', YV.
Neurlioof, A. Lezleh. lf. Ormshy, D. Mt-Nully, S. Mullet, Nl. Morrow, BI. Long, j. Port, E. Mt-Nzml, ll. Murkel.
K. Miller. Third row: R. Idclings. IC, Nle.-Xlevv, P. Hzxrpster. N. Nluisuno. I". Priee, D. Morningrecl, D. Luzern-
llflll. C. Xlinemier. C. Long. XI. Luke. B. jones
he . fr
ls that lille straight, Charlie?
Cih clenicmstmtes how to eonstruet il lNlI'2llll'l0g1'2lIH
First row: L. Clonscr, j. Bnrwcll, C. Alluriglrt, C. Cru-4-, XI. Crawford, Nl. Bnrlir-t, S. Bvrlcstresser, nl. Conrad
-I. Bair, l. Bntterlbaugli, C. Banvy, ll. Cannistraci, ID. Dr-twilc-1', C. Bonsell, E. D1-rnry, C. Nlertiff, Second row
C. Anclc-rson, B. Best-lilcr, D. Crist, N. Cowlier, S. Barrctt, S, Dawson, L. Dc-rman, C. Bloom, P. Cunningham
L. Bradford, ll. Bell, C. Bonscll, E. Bonsell, S. Cnpp. Third row: J. Boytim, D. Ashcroft, B. Ayers, C. Cisnuy
C. Fyr-r, E, Carper, B. Crawford, B. Bcrkstresscr, H. Allnriglrt, 1. Cowfer, D. Alluriglit, C. Dry, B, Estriglil
Fourth row: J. Barber, C. Arnrncrrnan, T. Boyd, T. Elder, A. Duey, D. Batlnlrst, H. Carpcr, B. Bohn.
First row: l. Kelly, B. Hull, li. Kirkpatrick, -I. lloopvr, S. lfilicky, NI. Fislu-r, Nl. Km-lwra, A. Frye, P. Kr-itll
E. Callaglmr, XI. Cladnvy, D. Kirkpatrick. Second row: L. Fisln-r, P. Kepler, L. Herrington, P. Hilclc-brand, K
Canclolfrm, B. Fislicr, K. lfriclay, NI. Ceraci, R. Howard, N. Flwgal, F. Cooclwin, C. Harris. Third row: CL
Ka-llc-r. T. Hogan, XV. Ilarpstr-r, S. Carncr, D. KL-plrart, Xl. johnson, B. Cray, D. Fila-, D. Crinnn, B. Cilpin
Al. Hastings. Fourth row: T. Harris. F. Kurtz, C. Cilliland. B. Henry, B. Cnnsallns. Xl. Ft-tzer, C. Criflitli. B
vlolnisonlxanglr, R. Krlstenluzrriclcr. li. Kinilwrling. B. Kolmck, C. Harnor. Fifth row: I. Kcicliera, NI. Kolum-lt
ID. Hvatori, B. Ferguson.
Docs it wiggle anymore?
1-artli worm in Biology.
Tlic studv of tlu- structure and svstr-ms of llu
TENTI I GRADE
First row: 13. NIL-XI-ul. B. I..11mI, N. IITUIIIQII. XI. Lz111,Qc'11IJa1cI1L'r. Ii. NL'tIIllIj'L'1'. NI. NIUNIIIIIVII. C. Xloist. ID. Ulmrt-
mm C IiImoIcI X NILCILII111 YINIUI I Iumn XI 'N I li I
. J. f" -. . .fei. . jklfffill. Second row: Y. N yers. . . zylma-. B.
I f I II XII
Inu 'N Xl1IIcr. I. NIcCIcIIun. R. Luircl, D. Prim-. B. lk-use. A. NIiIIer. A. LuircI. D. Nlyvrs, S. xlflllllfl. Third
row: B. Imliosax, A. Rip-Cuirv, C. Lewis, J. I'z1vIic, I. Lykt-us, S. Nlorrissey, R. IJ1lHL'1'SO11, L. Patton, NI. O,lI1Dlll'Iil'.
Cl. Postrein-I1. YV. Pine, I. NIcCIosIiey. C. Xin-CIQ-Ilan. Fourth row: Il. Xlurtin. B. XIiIIer. K. Parks. Ii. Palrkm-1'. T.
IInI'1IIs I Lum II Lf Iillu
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'st row: C. Tlxonnls. S. liomlmmgll. C. NYvstI4-y. Y. 'l'iII4-ry. I. StoufI'vr. j. Ross. B. SI1urc'1'. -I. Hoot, I". Suylor. B.
Suook, bl, Russell, U. SL-im-r. S. Zllllglli, M. Steiner. Second row: D. W'e:1kIzu'11I. A. lIicI1zmIs, A. UIII. bl. Slxopp. S.
XYrye. P. XVCl'I'lllilIl. C. Snycler. Y. I,vmIc-r. IS. NX'eston. P. NVQ-Ich. II. Stn-inlwiscr. j. NVertx. IC. ROIUOFISUII. F. Sones.
l'I1ird row: D. XYIIIILIIIIS. UI. Swalynu. I. Rico. II. RiggIc-lnun. -I. Stroup, li. XbLlI1IH'lIl1lIl, R. SImiIcIt. D. Hoot. C. XYAIIIQ.
II 7i In If ZIUQIII B Smith H NYI1't F 'th tl XY NN
W , . . , .
le. om row: C. Smi 1, '. IAIIIQ. B. NYQW. H. Slmlmfelt. XI. Sunnmvrs
I. ZimIc'I. II. VVisc-r. IJ. SI1iIcIt, C. IIl1111I1e1'gel'. K. VVa1gm'r. H, SfUIlL'IlI'ilIii'T, AI. Seifelt'
Oops! XVrong Key!
nc-tit-ing postlm' and 2lC'l'lll'1lL'f' fm lolus an IIIA
JUST VVHERE IS HICKORY STREET?
The local coininnnity engages thc intcrcst of tlicsc
ninth giucie Civics students. P
First row: H. Nucl, B. ltossniuii, P. Roinzlno, -I. Bnlick, M. Bryz1n,P. lticc, j. Boss. j. F11-ch-1'ick, B. Bnuglnnzni
S. NVvstloy. P. VVcston, -I. Geruci, A. NICCZQIDZIIT. Second row: S. Dcckcr, B. WL'21VL'1', D. Miller, D. Bonsell, Nl
Detwilvr, D. Linn, C. Flock, R. Markle, H. Glenn. B. Miller, L. XVe-stlcy, C. Bainsvy, D. Mc-Coy. Third row: -I
NIL-Cioskcy, KI. Miller, B. Clitcs. V. Steinhciser, I. Muisano, F. Ivasillc, T. Blmsliull, D. NVulkcr, B. Nlillcr, C
Fleck, B. Hurpstvr. Fourth 1'0w: C. Miller, L. Hznnplc, YV. Flock, B. Knstarihorclcr, S. Spicer, S. Headings.
First row: V. NVQ-ston, IJ. Pcusv, M. KIcFurluiid, -I. Conrad, A. Britton, B. VVcrtz, E. Pzittn-1'son, B. Wfclsh, lf'
Fioru. B. Ct-hhzxrt, C. Cnnsullns, P. Nowlin, Stouth-r, B. Davis. Second row: G. Burns, S. XVilliznns, E
Tut-tors. M. Briclgvs, F. Owens. S. Bnrkct, KI, Romano, A. Kimhcrling. P. Kiinhm-i'ling, B. Dean, B. Loose, D
Dunkel. V. Ismilx-ig, C. Miller, N. Lzuincn. Third row: B. Snyder, A. N1-vhng, D. Kohuck. D. Patton, B. YVolfm-
T. Cc-tx, D. Cc-tx, D. Milhrr, B. Scliznil, D. Crzives, 1. Miniiniur, VI. Bull. P. Monntz, I. Crt-1-lic, AI. Wfiutcrs, B
Huncl. Fourth row: C. Coove-r, Al. Dnniizmfuy, C. Nlichzivls, L. NVo1eshighg D. Curchicr, L. Knox, L. Spykcr, C
Achnns. C. Bcmclgws, G. I':HL'l1lJCl'jlk'l', NI. Burncs. B. Shock. L. Criinin, D. Burns, F. Parks, P. NVo0ching.
First row: S. Patterson, Nl. Brgulford, B. Myers, B. NVaite-, -I. Stahl, N. Conrad, N. Ste-ttcr, N. Bcnnvtt, D. sfill, S
Christonc, -I. Donny, A. Otto, L. Taylor, M. Barnes, B. Kingston. Second row: -I. Higgins, M. Curekovich, B.
Nvnrhoof, C. Laird. E. Harpstm-r. B. Towvr, S. johnson, D. XVugiu-r. XVz1,Qncr, XI. NVhitc, NI. Millcr, NI.
Conch, C. Buy, Xl. Str-ol, I. Dauiglicnhuugli. C. Xvucl. Third row: L. lznncs, C. Boyd, NI. Stoi1olJ1'ukm', D.
Ichopp, C. Upclikv, I". Shaw, -I. Cannistrnci, L. Hallo, B. Frantz. C. liutlicrforcl, B. Vlilk, .l. Stinc-r, B. Slmwlvy
D. NVaitc, -I. Cnpp. Fourth row: VV. johnson, KI. Bryan, D. Hagg, T. La Porta-, P. Bonsz-ll, T. Arnold, J. Nic-
Lzuiglilin, C. Sensor, T. Scordo, B, Metz, D. Frye-, I. O,Connr-ll, K. Lucas, H. Houck. Fifth row: H. VVnyl4nul.
IJ. Bonsell, B. XV2ll'l'l'IlCl1.'f.
First row: K. Friday, E. Naylor, N. Sinionclalc, S. Burnham, P. Ainmc-rinan, R. Suinincrs, XI. Hannhright, N. L11
Porto, P. Vlfliitc, C. Humor, ML-Clcllun, C. Fishvr, J. Et-krotli. B. Milla-r, K. Moors, B. Buroner, ID. Stone-r. Sec-
ond rows C. Buss, S. Swishcr, XI. Cnpp, D. X7llI1Allll1ilH. P. Morrow, XI. Ne-wlin, D. Briggs, Al. Slll'll0I1lJi:?1'jIL'l', li.
Turnhaugh, B. Rccsc, E. Snyclcr, BI. Hilliard, D. Ln-vy. Third row: NI. Flock, J. Clironistcr, C. Nlorrissvy. xl.
Lannlwrson, S. Savitts, C. YVolf, V. Fruncliio, S. Cray, E. Culfcrelli, X. Ecklcy, NI. Cowlu-r, N. I.i2lll,!C1Tl3llL'lit'li. L.
Hardy. Fourth 1'0w: B. Beck, Class, B. Crust, D. Naylor. L. Linvr, D. Bigvlow, C. Hiller. -I. Crawford. Al.
Hrynciu, P. Milos, F. 0,Bonrkc-, B. Stock, R. Zn-iglr-r, j. Cznnplicll. C. CnH'crc-lli.
YVILL THERE BE AN ELVIS HERE?
Ninth grade chorus is lwxrning ai now song nndcr
tht- clircction of Nliss XVoonier.
First row: F. Postreieh, H. Hand, j. Christoiie, P. Boss. J. Houck, S. Hunter, C. Skelton, L. Snider, C. Beek
with, D. Fisher, B. Stewart, HI. Bookhamer. Second row: NI. Coueh, K. Barrett, C. Fleek, L. Stouehraker, K
Nowlin, NI. Wfaple, D. Fisher, B. Geist, G. Harpster, M. Creenawalt, D. Bayer, T. Ol'lllSl7jf. Third row: M
Butterhaugh, K. VVagncr, M. Miller, S. Barto, C. Shaw, P. Sharer, S. Bryan, S. Moist, B. Moist, A. johnson
B. Andrews, C. Conrad. Fourth row: P. Sehoonmaker, B, Snider, C. Morrissey, F. XVilson, VI. Beekwith, H
Smith, E. Morrissey, B. Shildt. Miller. C. Mills. C, Baugluuan. D. Foeht, D. XValk.
First row: B. Boinano, B. Patterson, A. Bonsell, B. Ramsey, K. Parsons, V. Beam, P. Calderwood, M. Holter, C
Croshy, Al. Crce, S. Harpster, P. Brower, B. Bartlett. Second row: L. Eekley, M. Nead, N. Shultz, B. Fisher
K. Mofla. E. Hicks, C. Gardner, P. XVeher, S. Troutwine. C. Bloom, L. Lake, -I, Smith, -I. Cault, XI. Thomas
Third row: D. States, B. Xlayhue, F. Smith, S. Sprankle, B. Nlooseker, C. W'atson, C. Douglas, J. Ferner, C
Crowell, AI, Gates, C. Tanner, B. Beamer, C. W'oonier, E. Nearhoof. Fourth row: T. Shingler, D. Smith, I, Laird
Al. Minerieh, M. Snook, J. Holloway, C. WVaite, -I. Bridges, j. XVaring, H. Bulkley, -I. Fagley, Stryker, C. Nell
Fifth row: F. Laird, VV. Payan. F. Magnotta, D. Biggleman, C. VVatson, H. Ferguson.
CAN I FIGURE THIS ONE OUT?
Making individual projects in woodworking
helps these eighth grade Boys to deeido on a
First row: QI. Smith. C. I7111111s1'. II. limistlll. I. ZQIIILIIII, Y. YIIIQIIIIQ. C. II1'It. B. CliImsnn. S. lIa1111st-xg .-X. Stt-iiiluviwx
S Hoist P IIII Inn I' I31I II I3 XI1
's ' , , 'gt . . 11'IicI. S. Stm'Ic-, Second r0w: 'If Ccmpt-1', III-c'I1wiII1, I.. ,IoI1ns1111. IQ. Zim
IlK'I'lII1llI. Cy. II11rg1ct, C.. Lt-11011, I. III1oz1rIt-s, -I. III1mIt-s. ID. Umliultz, II. Clnristofic, ID. I"IISIll'l', I. IIz11'pstv1'. XY. Xlil
I1'1'. 'If Kc1Id11c-II. Third l'0NV! II. K4'II1'1'. -I. K11111111-I. C. KIl'I'xDkltI:IL'Ix. I3. Sw:-ivy. C. Bt-I11'1'1'. L. CIOYIIILIII. ID. Irvin
' S Ill! JI'l 't I lll I ION Ol
II. c.2ll'SOII. II. IIIQIQS. XI. Ioncs. ID. rI.lIIIU,'. ID. Str -I III ' '. If. Stltt. F0 1I ' ': I.. II111'1'is. XI. S11 tk. K. XXYPNIUII
II, ID1-1'm1111. II. NtIllI'IlIJlJf, NI. Fink. C. ID11vim, B. I.yIwns. IC. Bit-IxI1'. II. KiI1nu1'ti11,
First row: ID. LQIIIIIUII, F. I.iIw1'1It1m1'i. II. IDUIIII. NI. liricklcy. B. II11II'1-r. I. SIIBIIII-l'I'. I. Fox. Ii. K1'itI1. I. Xlyurs. II
XIiII1'1'. I3, SI111ItZ. B. xYL'tlYk'l', I. B01JItI1111111-1'. ID. IBZIIIOII, II. Ki111IJ1'1'Ii11g. Second l'0XV1 B. NIL'CIl'II2lIl, .-X. IDiX0n, I3
Km-111I1', I... W'1JOIf01'tI, II. NI111'111y, ID. Hlll'IlDXN', C. XI0011-, ID. BIIYIIS, I. ISl'llIJlll',LI, -I. XVI-112, I. ID1'a1n. I. Ifvvrs, I
I.11L'11S. I. CiII41Dl'1'. cI2lSIJCI'. I". Lt-wis. TI1i1'cI row: II. Y1111tIc's. K. KIIIIRIIII, N. IDivIQs0n, -I, IDix-on. II. ScI111t-IIIJz111gI1
I IIIIIIIII C' H1101 II I:fniI I Ztil is ID XIOIIUX 1
'c'. . 1 . .. 'cvig . . " x , II. II lllSL'l'. S. Fink. ID. XIt'CIc'IIz111, II. Xlotm-. Fourth row
I. YYz1Iv1's, ID, III1ocI1-s, B, I'II'1llItZ, G. Kriclc-r, L. NYa1Iters, ID. Clulclc-n, II. IIocIgc1's, 'I'. XII-stmi, NV. St-ImuI. NY
II111'tsuvI4. II. Day. II. I':IIt'IlIX'l'LfI'I'. II. Niyws. ID. NIz11'tf. E. Otto. Fifth row: C, Btn1Is. II. .'xSIIL'l'0II. I., S111cItzc-11
I I .
" IVIIO SAID I WVAS AN AIITIST?
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St'IIO0IQl'0ll1JS. 'l'I1is11igI1tI1 ,LfI'kltIl'QI'UllD wmks
on its clmwings.
Can tht-se seventh grzlclc experts he unsentecl hy
that forest ot hzmds?
Experts? Yes, indeed!
First row: B. liohenolt, E. Pxeider, -I. Miller, J. Bitter, Al. Decker, C. VzmAllman, H. Mingle, S. XVolfe, j. Root, C
McCoy, S. Hurpster, C. Baughinan. Second row: YV. Cates, H. Burns, B. Snyder, V. Stonehraker, E. Wheland, A
Harris, K. Levy, B. Shaw, B. Hoover, B. Buyer, R. Brunstettcr, D. Ray. Third l'0W1 B. Perry, B. Mulli, A. Sharer
F. MeMonaglc, C. Berkstresser, S. Bartlehuugli, L. Bollinger, R. Cuiferulli, H. Johnson, D. Drake, D. Harlow, -I
Dunkle. Fourth row: R.YOtl'l61'S,H.PGt6I'SCJI1,I.ClifL'S, L. Kimherling, C. Bomzmo, I. Kocher, D. Fleck, R
Houck, M. Muyhue, M. Koback, P.Miller, M. Marshall, N. Hagen, K. Port.
First row: M. Root, V. Hilderhrund, J. McMullen, S. Beckwith, N. XVulk, L. VVolfe, P. Piper, M. Briggs, P
YVoomer, NV. Steele, D. Friday, j. Cornelius, C. Baker, D. Pzmusiti, B. Paterson. Second row: A. Rutherford
C. Romano, H. Sweitzer, B. K4JIlL?1', B. Sharm-r, D. Moist, D. McCloskey, I. Miller, H. Morgan, F. Stimer, B
Kirkpatrick, F. Cannistrnci, D. YVike, B. Getz, M. Smith. Third row: A. Bayer, S. Irvin, D. Goss, D. Moore, B
XVea1ver, S. Romano, YV. Emory, S. VVooch'ing, D. Little, B. Parks, C. Richards, D. Boss, B. Detwiler, -I. Houscr,
I. Stimer. Fourth row: H. johnsonhaugh, 1. Snyder, L. YVertx. P. Thompson, A. Gray, M. Price, J. Cowfer, D.
Clipper. C. Moore, D. Xvvlllk, M. Griffin, T. Clouser, E. Carpcr, H. Brcunemam. T. Stahl.
First l'oW: XY. cYBI4it'Il. T. XYz1tsou. ll. Cism-y. IJ. XIUIIHIZ. li. ISf'IllJi'I'Q. C. Kridcr, Cl. clllllS2llIllS. N. Aycrs. 'l
Dm-kcr. H, llcftwilw. li. Ki1'kp11t1'icl4. ll. jolmsou, I". l1tlNllt'l'liIlQ. ll. liolucuolt. lfkslllilll. C. Hills. Sccond ron
C. l.5'kt-ns. -I. Cl'I1'L7IlISfl'I'. I.. c.I'illlllJf0ll. 1. Lgxrpcr. Al, llmompson. U. Ildemzul. L. Lmdcl. Xl. S13I'Lll11xll'. -I. XM-uk
lilllll. IC, Parks. Al. Zcrlmy. Xl. Nlalrsludl. B. Pl'iuc. -I. Pl1ili11gcr. H. Fink. CI. Emcl. Third row: S. Hiller. FI. IJUXXSOII
H. Clc'z1l'lm1't. C. YYolt'ord. IC. Curpcr. K. KIN'L'Ilt. B. Swc7y, ,I. Hun1scy. H. Udiollrkc. B. lirucc, bl. Bllldlllllilll
T. llzlrdy. N. l7ridz1y. Fourth row: S, YYWSS. S. IJVLIKC. lf. luke. li. XYcstlcy. S. S17I'iIl,LIi-'1'.C:. BllI'll'j'. D. l,K'llSi
XI, Vrulkm-1'. Al. Sllllfll. S. Xlmglc. ,l. Pu1'Lr'r. S. Laxssudy. C.. Clark. Cy. Xgm11c'111zm. S. Hicks. l'. Cfrlvr. I.
First row: l., Wolfe. Scssglllulll. X. BUIHI. -I. Lylwlns. P. lilwodcs. C, Pollock. K. NIcCIoslwy. S. 51111112 C
LCLlSllI'1', P, Xlcxczd. li. Hzuxpt. Second row: T, Scott. CI. I.oWcr. D. E31-r, HI. NYz1itc. H. Smith. li. K6'ilI'lll'f'
I. lirinkmzm. xl. Butlunrst. L, Stcplu-ns. D. llicchcl. K, Hurpatcr. Xl. Ylwlll'IllJilllj.fIl. Third row: S. lngrmn. NX'
RUSSIIILIILXIJ. lfrye, S. Ilzlrpcr. li. BIAQIHUIL K. Holt. N. XVOZIVUIA, T. Yingliug. B. YVoodri11Q, B. lfldcr. -I. fjIll1IliIl,Lf
lmnl. FI. Loud. K. xlilltfill. Fourth row: C. XYclcl1. IJ, HL-cum:-rg. P. Zcidcrs. K. lfulcomcr. Salvitts. C. Nluddcu
H. Fink. S. Berry. S. listrigld. ll. Colden. N. NH-11x'c1'. Cl. Circ:-nc. 15. lllillips. ,
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First row: S. Getz, L. Stoncbraker, L. Derman, V. Stoner, B. Higgins, E
Adams, V. Harpstcr. Second row: J. Cunsallus, G. Brantner, I. Hogan, B
Bonsc-ll, C. Bulklcy, V. Fasick. Third row: D. Cosimati, J. Pavonc, I
Perry, C. Roberts, j. Turiano, C. VVoomcr CNot Picture-dj.
WVe, the Falcon staff of 1957, have put forth our efforts to the best of our
ability in publishing this thirty ninth edition of the Falcon. Many hours have
been spent in its preparation. They have been memorable hours of Work mixed
with pleasure and We hope that you, the subscribed, Will enjoy this annual half
as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you.
Miss Crawford, our very capable 'cbehind the scenesv advisor, certainly de-
serves much more appreciation and gratitude than we can express. She was with
us to the end and We Wish to thank her for her unending patience and tireless
VVith these Words the 1957 Falcon takes its place among the memories of
T. A. H. S.
Barbara Higgins and Larrie Derman
glance up for a fcw minutes from
the lay-out they are showing Ed
Adams and Vicki Stoner. These four
editors prepare the Write-ups for the
various groups and activities.
lov 'l'uriamo, Dominic Cosimati and Cutlwrinc liclt to right: B. Bonscll. Cl. lirauitrrvr. S. Gt-tx,
Brrikivy arc clisplnyiug somv artistic clooriivs in QI. Hogan.
1m'l71mlti'm fm' HN' FQIIVUII Aft XVUVIX- Tilcsc girls am' tin- iiulispciisuimlc pcoplt- who spm-ml
ADVERTISING STAFF AND
jimmy Fasick of thc' advertising stuff amd Lois
Stoiicbmkcr, business lNil11L1gCl', clit-ck on rc-ceipts
us -Indy Gunsullus, urlvc-rtising stuii, looks on! At
tht- hoard jimmy Hurpstvr shows Gerry Roberts
how she plums to mukc- up advertising copy.
liours Dl'l'Di1I'IlIg tin' c-opy tor tin- printvr.
Sports' Editors, ,lay Pcrry and john Pavouv. arc
rcsponsiimlc for all sports, writc-ups. They supvr-
visc tin- urrzmgm-merits for photogrupliy for all
First row: E. Bonsell, L. Hale, A. Leach. S. Fagley. Xl. Nlurchison. pl. Waite. L. Ferner, Y.
Miller, K. Gilpin, Miss Latshaw iadvisorj, I. Buck, Second row: R. Zanghi, C. Bonscll, E.
Adams. C. Shultz. L. Friday, L. Blanchard. L. Geist. H. Snyder, A. ladarola, ul. Beals. F.
NVcaver, A. Bennett. Third row: G. Anderson, Al. Bell, P. Bowser. -I. Crazier. V. Stoner, VI.
NVike, R. Laliosa. M. Morrow, A. Crawford. E. McNaul, NI. Stonchraker, H. Coss, NV. Nearhoof,
B. VVolcslagle. Fourth row: D. Hilderhrand, E. Greene, pl. Pavone, T. VVoodring, N. Newlin.
li. Hicks. P. Vanneman, N. Murchison. C. Minemicr. C. Callahan. M. Long, C. Long.
The Spokesman. our school newspaper. is published each month of the
school year and gives the students a fresh look at the latest fads. honors. and social
activities going on each month.
As the deadline draws closer the staff-editors, reporters. typists. advertisers.
artists, copyreaders, husiness managers, and advisors-works frantically to finish
all the details that make its paper of the highest calibre. It is this same high stand-
ard that has gained state and national honors.
In the years to come when the students look over the old issues and happy
memories return, they will realize how much they owe in gratitude for such a
newspaper. But we, the Falcon staff. wish, here and now, to express a fraction
of the appreciation we will feel in the future. Thank you. Miss Latshaw, and
your staff, for a joh well done.
OLD AND NEVV
Sports editor .. .
Editor in chief .
Feature editor ..
News editor .... . .
It-Naul Cat deslil
Linda jo Friday
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4 X fowv Mary Alice Long, Pvtc
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J.'D1jtry, Mary Kochera, Margie
Qfaclncy. Fourth row: Stove
Carnvr, Bill Hicks, Bill Miller.
First row: Anna Leach, Vvlllllil
Nearhoof. Second row: -loan
Miller, Judy Bt-als, Sally Nora-
baugli, Felicia NVcaver. Third
row: Sherry Cupp, Catherine
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typist. Fourth row: Carolyn
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ond row: I. Root, F. Saylor, J. H4-ll
Front, Kneeling: li. Xlg-Mullcn Sec-
Tllird row: R. Hull, T. Elder, C.
SENIOR MARCHINC BAND
First row: R. Hull, AI. Root, E. xlL'hllllll'll, T. lilclcr, F. Suylor, tl. Bvll, C.
Hcckwitlr. Second row: C. Lmris, -I. lfislu-1', QI. GI'llZll'Ii, Y. Nom-l, L. Nvzlcl.
C. VVL'StlD1'00li, V. Ilurpstcr. Nl. Hclmcrliug. L. Bruflforcl. NI. NIL-Curlllvy. Xlr.
NVngm-r Cllirvctorl. Third row: B. Burucs. L. Dcrmzm, Nl. Swuync-, M. Ko-
lmck, j. Martin. S. Caruer, R. Gilpin, T. Boyd, Il.. NIL-Neal, D. McNally, D.
Davis, L. Gr-ist, I. Hastings. L. Bllllltllillll. Fourth Row: G. Boytim, C.
D4-rm, P. Curminghum, C. Bulklvy, M. Stonclm1'ukv1'. K. Cunsullus, C. Anclcr-
son. NI. Xlorroxr, D, XYoon1cr, Xl. liiclmrcls, N. Nlillcr, P. Bowscr, P. Harp-
stcr, ll. Bonscll. bl. B21l'lJL'1'. Fifth row: L. Hulc. X. jolmscm. C. Mirrvlrrim.
NV. Bkll'lJl'1', ul. Port, ll. XIcNrml, B. Patton, il. Kelly, L. H1-rringtou. B. Cow-
hcr, D. Bathurst, D. Ka-phurt, H. Hzullw, XI. Fctxcr. Sixth row: D. Ashlroft,
j. Crave-s, H. lsculn-rg. D. Nlorningrm-cl, C. Rohm-rts. T. YVooclriug, j. Eckert,
NI. O'l1ol1rkc, D. Stewart. I". Price-. N. Crowell. S. Neil, A. Stzrrxt-sky, G.
clllilkflilt, C. 1"ricluy. V H V .' - "
First row: S. ll2ll'17Sti'l', K. B21I'l'L'll. -I. Boss. 13. Miller. B.ROSSlll1lll, P. Xlyvrs. Y. Yiugliug. Second row: H. Kolmt-lx
Al. BL-ckxxitlr. T. Kubrick. D. Fishvr. P. XYc'lwr, -I. Fox. Mr. Price- Cllirm-torl. Third row: Ii. Nvzrrlroof. F. Zim
mvrmzm. X. LuPortL-. S. HLIIIISUX, VI. lfuglcy. Pm. Bnrlr-tt. K. XY1l,QIlCl'. C, llu1'pstv1'. -I Rlroclos. Fourth row: B
Stvwzllt. H. Xlillvr. P. Czllclcrwoocl. H. Clvml. P. NC!XX'llIl. U. For-ht. ll. Sllyilitf. C. Crowcll, P. Xlboclrillg
L. XVz1ltc'rs. C. c:IlIl5illlllS, C. Curclncr Fifth row: B. C4-ist. T. l1LIl'i0l'l. C. XVOIJIIICIQ D. lilioclcs, K. Cillum
XI. Nlilh-r. C. CTOIIIYIKT. li. Bin-klu. J. Smith. L. Sniclvr. P. Nlorrow. Sixth row: li. D4-rmrm, D. jmnos, C. Bloom
L. Lzlkv, P. Rico. P. Lilxorutori. I. Minvmivr. C. Fisher. K. Nloorv. I. lCckroth. C. Bauglnmur. li. XVolfc. Sev-
cnth rosi: R. Xczrrhoof, 'I. Duirriarxvuy. XV. jolmslon, 1. Bryzm, C. 'XIills. P. Bcmsvll. IJIIUUS. J. OlComu-ll
S. Stryker, C. Nc-H, T. Arnolgl, .-X. jolmsou. .I. Crawford.
First row: U.C11ldciwvood. P. Bowser, L Glenn, A. Lewis. B. NxY1ll'IAl'Ildl'l', H, Snyder, il. Piisinski, S. Getz.
L. St0Hl'T7I'flkC'1', R. Lzillosu, L. Bhinchurd, ID. Davis, L. Friday, j. Burk, P. Keller, L Nm-nrlioof, L. Geist, M.
Hehe-fling, P. johnson. Second row: P. Stoner, AI. NVuilc, G. Shultz, NI. Nlnrchison, B. Czddeiiwvood, B. Bonscli. A.
Cnnninghzun, D. Hzirpster, C. Snyder. D. McNally. -I. Hil1'1JSfl'1', S. Nloiiet. P. NVhite. K. Gilpin, Xl. Richzwds. D.
XVooine1'. Third row: L. Luke, XI. Sheppard, H. Brown, J. Baker, B. Higgins. Y. Stoner, M. Morrow, M.
Long, E. NIL-Nzud, NI. Stonehrakcr, C. Cailzilizin, -I. XVikc-,. L. Fe1'11c-13 P. NVolford, C. Bnlklvy, j. Eckert. Fourth
row: L. Dvrinzui. j. Cowher. P. Vzmnc-inzin, li. Thomas, E. Adams, sl. Giuvvs. 15. Gilpin, j. Hastings, -I. Marlin.
T. Elder. I. Swuynv. R. Vunnc-man, D. Kephart, G. Postcreich, ll. Bnrkvt, R. Growcli. Fifth row: NI. O,RO1Il'Til',
T. XVoodi'ing. H. RQILITUP, T. Morrow, B. Nliiler. T. SL-ordo. D. Hiidchrund, H. NVhite, U. Niorningred, T. Dawson.
G. Mincinicr, D. Luzorzition, G. Dean. Sixth row: -I. Iflou. D. Stewart, N. Iohnson. M. johnson. R. Gunszilhis.
T. Wligiia-i', N. Newiin. C. Hagen, F. Sones. J. Hicks.
Mixed Quartet Boys, Chorus
P:il'5t 1i0W? -L' l'11'ifli1Y, D- VV0011K'1'- Second WW: First row: D. XVTTTTQIINS. Rl. johnson. T. Elder, K.
C'- AMm4"mf'l! D' C21ldfAl'W00d, A4'l'0mPUm5ff IJ' XVl1gI1l'l', D. Kvphurt, G. Postriech, Mrs. johnson
Dcinizni, fIJil'CL'ffl'SSD. Second row: H. Gunsulhis, H. Vunne-
nizin, I, Hastings, YV. Milla-13 M. 0'Rou1'ks, R.
' au W. is l f' a..'.,mvm '
Firsi row: II, .IUIIIIMYIL li. Higgins. D. XYc1m11L'1'. l'. NYuIforci. I, XYalilgi,'S. Getz. I.. SIUlll'IJl'1lIi4'I', XI, Siiuppailti. I..
C11-ist. ID. Ilurpstvr. VI. II11rpstvr. I.. Ifriciaxy. II. Snycivr. Second rm 1: II. Brown, K. Gilpin, Ii. cI2lIKIl'I'XYI7Uli. -I,
liziiwig IU. Cuiriwxxmmci. C. Bliikic-53 I., I'.t'l'IIL'l'. .-X. CIIIIIIIIIIQIIRIIII, AI. Ivgikc-. XI. liiciiunis. IJ. XIc'Nz1IIy. Third row:
II. lIzu1Ivm-. I. IDLIXYSOII, I., Iii-rmzui. IP. Slvwzllf. Y, Nc-wiiii. ,l.f-,1goIT,'I5, I,zIZL'rz1ti011. li. VIIIIOIIILIS. fl. Iiciimwts.
Xlrmrrfiw. Fourth row: Y, Iiiiniscm. CI. Iivaui. 'lf xYfJNCII'IIlQ,QI5.AAKILIJIIS. Di Xlcmriiiiiggrvci. fl. Xiinimic-r.
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Seated: II. Siiyciw. VI. IIQIIAIISIVIX K. Ciipin. l'. V H 1.1 First row: IS. I'IISIIl'I'. II. IIi'M'ilI0l'. K, Crc'v. Su
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First Row: j. YVertz, D. Kirkpzitrick, L. Derinun, S. Dawson, P. Hilclchrnncl, S. Burrc-tt, AI. Hoo-
per, C. Bloom, B. Shzircr, C. Thoinus, C. XVcstlcy, Mrs. johnson CDiroctrvssJ. Second row: B.
Hull, B. Ncdiniycr, -I. Naylor, j. Binwell, C. Alhright, B. Fishe-r K. Cunclolfo, -I. Kc-lly, M. Nt-il
rl. Bair, C. Crue. M. Ckaxvorcl L. Lcvinv S. Filiuky. Third row: B. Best-hlcr, S. Zzinghi
B. Butcrhznigh, N. Prongh, 'Boot, S. Ohrtinun. M. Clalclnvy, A. Uhl, E. Cullnghr-r, D. Crist
li. Bonscll, L. Clmrei-. ,Fourth row: N. Cowhvr ,P. Cnmnnghrnn, G, Sm-inr-r. B. Pnttonl
N. Millcr. Xi 1
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First 1'0NV: K. Friday, Y. Mbston, -I. Conrad, R. Pllllfllllllllgll, N. lAlI1gL5HlJ2lCl'iUl', C. Buss, D. Yun-
Alhnun, N. L.ziPorte, M. McClc-llan, G. Humor, li. Naylor, Miss NVooincr, ClJll'PCtl'CSS7, P. Whitv
Second row: P. Pease, S. Burnham, M. lhnnhright, B. Gchhzirt, C. Cnnsullns, B. Millor
K. Moorv, C. Fisher, Fisher, UI. Ea-kroth. B. Towcr, S. Iohnson, M. Nc-wlin, P. Morrow
Third row: G. Adams. D. Getz, T. Getz, L. Knox, T. Lz1Portc. L Liner, B. Markle, M. Bryan,
H. Glenn. D. Lynn, S. Class, M. Cowhc-r. Fourth row: B. Snyder. 1. Crawforfl, ,l. Cannpholl
L. I'Iurdy, C. Miller, T. Postrvich, B. Str-ck. ,l. Hryncin.
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First row: XI. NYz1pIc'. K. Wliguer. XI. I3utte1'Ium1gIi. L. SIUIlCI5I'klIi0l'. C. Fuimsc. B. Fishi-
C. Croshy. B. Barth-tt, V. Yingling, S. Ilurpster. K. Pnrsoiis, C. Holt, Miss VVOomc-r IIDi1'ct-tn-ss
Second row: K. Barrett, P. Shurer, K. NcwIi11, K. NIOHEI, AI. Smith, P. YVeIx-r, V. Ream, I'
Coopvr. ID. Focht. C. XXYZIISUII, C. XL-f'I'. II. Bulklvy. Cl. Croxu-II. I. Cates. G. XYOOIIICIQ E. Zim
mm-rmun. Fourth row: NI. Cin-1-imwult. Cl. H41i'pstc'1'. D. Fislu-r. H. Cin-st. S. Burst. NI. Ifiuk
fIiIILI1.'1'NXUOCI, L. I,a1Iw, P. Brower. I. Cimlt. rl. Croc-, NI. IIIIIOIIIRIS. Third row: XV. BC2llIIi'I',
I. Fugli-y. H. Smith.
Seventh Grade Chorus
First row: S. Springer. C. Vuiiiwnmii. S. Xlilh-ix NI. 'IIllI'IlIJ2lll5lIl. L. Kimlmvrling. S. Chissitly, N. Wi1lk,.l. Iizithurst,
I' XILXIH 1 I S H t P XYrm11ie1 I7 II I ' I ' Y 'I " t' "I ' I
A . -. mirage. .. 1u'psn'r. . '. . mowv. Seconc row: Bliss N oomvi Duct- rosa. IJ. Hih-mam,
XVutsou. G. Crm-vii. It. I31'mistcttc1'. S. Xlengt-I. K. HoII'. P. NIL-XvuI. NY. O'I3ri1-11. R. xYl'ilYl'I'. II. Iiirks. YV. Nt-il, 'If
Hardy. Third row: L. WoIfe.B. S11yder..l. Clitos. ID. III-icheI. C. Lake. ID. I'ez1sc, C. Chlrk. ,I. BllL'IIilllil1l, B.
I31'm-c. NI. xV21IIxL'l', vl. Smith, -I. I,2lI'IxCl'. Fourth row: bl. Koa-Iwr, F. Crier, S. Hicks. L. XICNIIIIII. H. cIt'llI'IIllTt.
C. NYoIford. Al. Dziwson. S. Snare. C. Burley. K. Hz1rpstc'1', C. Itomamo.
First row: C. Bloom, R. Vunncmun, L. Dorman, F. IDQIIIIHINVQIY, K, Czmclolfo. Second row: N
Millvr, T. Scorclo, K. Wlatson, C. Vannemzm, R, Bohn, S. Hunter, j. Clnronister. Third row:
K. Hurpster, M. Morrow, S. Mollct, J. Root, F. W'illiums, A. Iadaroln, B. Millcr, B. Swcezy
Fourth row: T. Elder, T. Millor. I. Housor, L. Lucas, B. Myers, T, Youger. ll. Nc-zirlioof
Al. Cates, R. Snidvr, D. Cctx.
First row: C. liolx-rts, T. Morrow, D. St:-wart, L. lJt'l'lll2ll1, j. Igon, E. Adams. I. Graves,
B. Burket, L. Burlctt, Mr. Hzrsson CAclvisc-rl. Second row: xl. Hastings, C. Crovc, B. Gilpin
C. Dm-kcr, C. Ammcrman, l. Barber, D, Kcplmrt, H. Vunneman, -I. Swuyne, C. Sellers, X
Murchison. Third row: H. Crawford, R. Thomas, I. EL-lcvrt, F. Dunnuwuy, D. Morningred
P. Vzxnneman, C. Mincrnier, D. Gill, E. Crcmief. Fourth row: T. NVoodring, T. Elder, N
-Iolmson, M. Oillourkc, M. Fetzer, j. Stroup, ll. Crowvll. Fifth row: L. Hale, j. Campbell
B. Eckert, M. Luke, L. Williams, j. Boytim.
First row: C. Bulklcy. P. Bowser, bl. Wlxitc. Y. Hiller, C. Shultz. -I. Baker, A. Cunninghzun
Second row: V. Stoner, L. Luka-, K. Cilpin. H. Brown. XI, Sheppard. N. NVa1itc-. Nl. Stonvhrzikm-r
Third row: E. Adznns, j. Igou.
First row: j, Crzrxivr. L, l"s-rnvr, P. NVoli'ord, B. Beckwith, N. Cowhcr, Y. Fzlsick, XI. Nlorrow
B. Culdcrwood. C. Loossf, Al. NVikc. li. Owens. li. Klnrshull. P. Piper. B. Walk. S. Estright
Second row: M. Nlnrr-hison. D. XYOOIIIUI1 C. Snydc-r. P. Stone-r, L. Ch-nn, C. Clipper, B. Ilurp
ster, C. Dillon, A. Fiore. S. Domi, D. Davis, C. Sciner, NI. Russell, S. Getz. Third row: B
Higgins, tl. Port, NI. Ling, B. Nlincrich, F. Soncs, j. Naylor, E. Robertson, L. Bradford, S. Daw
son, P. Ilildchrund, NI. Chldnvy, B. W'cst0n. Fourth row: N. Bitchc-y, NIL-Clclhun. Nl
Bigelow. J. NIcCh-Ilan, S. Fciicky, X. Burkct. Ni. Kochvru, NI. NIL-Nlullcn. B. NUCiilHyl'l'. L
Herrington, L. Ucrrnuri, Barrett. L. Friday. Fifth row: li. NIL-Xnul, A. Port, X. Milivr. B
Patton, bl. Fisher, NI. Riclmrds, Nlofh-tt, D. Culderwood. F. XVUQIVPY, P. Cilllllnllgillllll, B
Share-r, j. Iloopvr.
First row: A. Port, A. Crawforcl, C. Loosv, ,I Harpstvr, K. Gilpin, I. Gnnsallns, S. Klutz
V. Harpstcr. Second row: L. Lalu-, l. Barkvr, P. Vllolforcl, L. l'lt'I'llL'I', C. Slniltz, V. Stoncr
l B. Higgins, M. Slicpliarcl, Z. Ccnsiniorc. Third row: M. Mnrcliison, l. YVaitc-, I. Crazivr, P
Stonvr, M. Bigelow, V. Millcr, I. Wikt-, C. Callalian, C. Bnlkley, H. Brown. Fonrth row: L
D1-rnian, L. Halo, E. Aclains, B. En-la-rt, N .N0wlin, C. Bolx-rts, P. Sollc-rs, Mrs. Dr-rr llristrnt-tor?
First row: M. Cupp, D. Cray, A. Fiorc, S. Dt-an, V. XVcston, B. Davis, B. Hull, B. Nctliinycr,
M. Kochera, M. Claclncy, M. Fislicr, P. Hilclclwancl, S. Dawson, Stoui'lcr, P. Nowlin, F
Fiore, B. Wtelr-li, E. Patterson. Second row: McClellan, C. Haincr, N. Laporte, N. Sinnnon-
clalv, C. Dillon, C. Cnppvr, J. Conrail, A. Britton, B. Cc-liliart, C. Cnnsallus, M. McFarland,
B. Vvcrtzl 11' Pease, K, Friclay, l. Naylor, E. Boluertson, M. Russcfll, B. Wlvston, S. Barre-tt,
j. Bair, I. Conracl, C. Blooni, B. Sliarcr. Fouiili row: D. Crist, N. Cowlicr, B. Miller, K. Moorc-
T. Postreicli, D. Patton, J. Martin, B. Snytlvr, B. Beck, M. Johnson, D. Sliilclt, I. Hastings
M. Crawford, C. Cree, 1. McClellan, B. Patton, N. Miller. Fifth row: Mr. Danriaway, B
Burmnncry P, Morrow, C, Fisher, bl. Er-krotli, S. Carrier, T. Elder, B. Vanncnian, Stronp
j. Swavnc, G. Postrcit-li, D. YVillianis, I. Caniplicll, Pi. Miller, P. Vlloodring, E. Naylor, K
Friclavl Sixtli row: P. Cnnningliain, D. Stonvr, S. Burnliani, R. Snnnncrs, M. Ncwlin, F. Price
T' Hfggimg J, 111-ynciu, j. Crawforcl. Pi. Bolni, B. YVolfe. M. O'Bonrkc-, R. Carclncr, D. Crinnn
First row: NIY, XILISUOII. C. I'1lll1lM'. IJ. cJIll'II1lilIl. AI. Knot. A. NILTIIUIIQ111, VI. Illmts-r. C. ISIUO111
-'Q Q "is -' fcconc row- Vs -' - ' xv 14-' '1-Q 1
Xl. NUI. B. I311ttc1Ibu1K Il. XI. I .l111. S I . B. l1l111. FI. 13111, XI. CA: I I. VI. XI .fox
I I. 151-41Is, 11. llvrnmll, S. lJ11wsm1.wl. NIL-Cla-II1111, C. I,iI1r1IcI, A. Ilmv4mI. Xl. cIl'l'C'Il2lXV21II. Thirc
row: -I Swvitls
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UI. Ilmmpvll I'. IIiIcIc-Im1'z1mI, Fourth row: Al. SIIl'IIl'llI7l'IAQl'I'. H. CI11ll11QI11-1: I,. CfImlsc'r. II. floss
XI' Ym IIIIUUII I3 Stltcs C ISU 111 l II
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XI Long. Ii. C2lIiIl'l4XX'lJllCI, II. Stcrxlvr. A. Cf1'11wfo1'cI. XI. XIu1'1'mx'. I'. XIQIIIIIUIIILIII.
First row: . .
N. XIIIFCIIISOII, X. Nc-wIi11. Second row: C. Shultz, XI. I3ig1'Imx', I,. I"1Cl'lll'I', nl. XHIXI-, H. IJQITJXVII.
D. Hurpstvr. C. I311IkI4'y, B. Bm-kwitlm, N. Burkvt. Third row: ,l. Port. A. XVAIIQ. V. MiIIor.
l1cI I7 XILN1IIx Ix C1l11s1II11s I O1 I X XI utr C S11 I XI
ll. Bi1I'il'l'. NI. Slwppa ' . . . -. 1 .. . 1 Ja .. L '111s1y. . . 4 1, ,. . ymvr. . .
UIIIm11'Iw. Fourth row: If. XIc'Nz1l1I. A. Iori. IJ. Stnfxxallf. II. 'I'1'v11z11'y. I". XI'IIIiz1111s. XI. I,11Iw.
I. C11wI1v1'. II. XIIlN'l'Il'II. B. XVuI1-sIz1,2I1'. Cl. Lung.
First row: L. Stonehraker, S. Getz, L. Ferner, P. YVolforcl, I. YVuite, V. Miller, K. Gilpin
Second row: I. Baker, C. Shultz, L. Lake, I. XVike, P. Keller, D. Snyder, S. Getz, B. Minerieh
Third row: J. Mnisuno, M. Bigelow, P. Stoner, B. Bonsell, B. Culclerwoocl, C. Brzintner, j
Cunszillns, D. Lyneh,
Home Economics Club
First row: N. Boss, S. Saylor, ID. Tennis, li. Whllk, A. Cowher, A. Laird, D. Lyneh, D. Turn
hungh, E. Cupp, V. Ellenberger, M. Briggs, M. Ramsey. Second row: C. Bonsell, j. Beckwith
N. Cruzier, Cnpp, B. Morrissey, C. Cunnno, R. Steinheiser, K. Nliller, F. Thompson, L
Boninno, I. Einel, P. Piper, B. Leeper, N. Upclike. Third 1'0w: F. Puvlie, A. Rieliurcls, D
Myers, P. Hoover, C. Burley, j. Cuimastmei, K. Detwiler, A. Miller, S. Mountz, S. Berkstresser
Mrs. Nearhoof CAclviserD. Fourth row: NI. Cherry, J. Fink, L. Nevling, D. Kohak, D. Colden
YI. Burtlehaugh, B. Markle, B. Laird, P. Keith, j. Shoope, J. Wertz, M. Christofie.
-3 1 -L.I. rz2.m2.t1I-
irst row: .l, BKHIIS, VI. Fislwig Rl. Hiclmrcls, H. Sllyclvr, j. XYL-stan. Second row: L. Clvnn
P. Bowser. D. McNally. L. Blam'l1zu'd, S. Nloffit. P. XfX!i1iti', M. StOl1Pi5l'ilk6'1'.
First row: P. Kellc-r, L. Ncncl, R. Lzxliosu, L. Stom-brakm-r, j. Bluiszmo. Second row: C. Brant
Bzltvlnuii, L. Nwlrlmof.
-r, H. Pmugh, j. Hogan. S. Cm-tl. C. NVQ-stbrook, Third row: B. Cowlxcr. L. Clll11i1l'ifi2,'Lx. X
First row: J. DelBaggio. P. Hunter, D. Sellers, C, XVo0me1', j. Perry, E. Aclams. Second row:
G. Sellers, T. Scordo, C. Decker, 1. Albright, F. Dzmnawziy, B. Bilger, I. Pavone. Third row:
B. Thomas, F.. Greene, D. Hamer, D. Cill, B. Hubert, T. Morrow, j. Graves. Fourth row:
J. Bice, I. Houser, D. Spaulding, B. Eckert, N. Newlin, L. Drake.
First row: N. Ritchey, H. Snyder, B. Hicks, C. Mininiier, D. Ashcroft, M. Stonehraker, C
Beckwith, C. Cupper. Second row: B. Fisher, B. Besehlcr, D. Crist, Y. Littery, I. Schopp
A. Uhl, E. Gallagher, F. Weaver. Third row: J. WVCSUJD, M. Glaclney, N. Cowher, C. Seiner
M. Russell, L. Geist, D. McNally, T. Morrow. Fourth row: R. Ashcroft, I. VVilson, BI
O,Rourke, D. Mornirigrecl, P. Vuiinenian. D. Hilclehrancl, C. Dean. D. Lazvrutioii.
First row: S. listriglli, M. Bryzm, Nl. cll'l'l'112lVk'2llt. j. Bell. F. Pricc. Bl. Cowhvr, A. Lewis
Nl. Bc-mu-tt, IC. Bonsvll. Second row: C. Moist, II. Nm-I, B. Rossnmn, nl. Bulick, P. Romano
Y. liitclu-y, C. Burns. C. Bonsvll, C. 'l'lmnmS. Third row: F. WR-nvv1'. D. Dnnklv, D. Hilda-
urnncl. j. Nlnrtin, C. Svnsor, L. Clonsc-r, C. 1.1-wis.
First row: D. Scllcrs. ,l. Honsvr, IJ. Naylor, D. NVQ-stly, li. Cowfw. C. Cnpp. Second row:
D. Fry, ll. Bohn, H. lsvnbcrg, H. Nlillvr, A. Spin-r, Mr. Lrilplllffx. Third row: B. NIL-tx, C. Dry,
C. FI1-ck. U, Smith. L. Ilfilklk
First row: NV. Taylor, -I. Ray R. NValker, L. Ayers, D. Conrad, -I. Campbell, Rl. 'l'rostlc.
Second row: C. Gilliland, S. Hayes, R. Brulmaker, T. Crazier, VV. Detwilcr, R. Urban, I. Mc-
Closkey. Third row: D. Root, L. Fisher, R. Ferguson, F. Crust, R. Emel, B. XYay, R.
Crawford. Fourth row: C. Rumlwcrger, C. KIcCullan, R. BC'll1'l'1', I. Human, XV. Stahl
john Cainpluc-ll .,..,. .. .. , , . . . . . ,.,. President
Don Conrad , . Vice-President
Lewis Ayers . ,. .. Secretary
Bob NValkcr . .. ,. . Treasurer
Sam Hayes, jr. . .. Reporter
Bob Bt-ltrer , , . . Sentinel
Agriculture students running a chemical test on soil.
First row, L. to R.: Nlarlyn Trostlc, Ted Crazier,
Richard Emol, Jesse Ray, Iiln Homan, Ray Bru-
baker. Second row: Mr. Hayes, instructorg Bill
Staltl, Bill Taylor, Bill Urban.
't to right: j. Gross, nl. SIIIIIIIIUIAS, D. Naylor, Left to right: C. Friday, Cl. Pollock, NV, llousor.
I Km-nncciy. Qrlwliesv boys im- ripping uucl ioiutiug f'l'liL-sc boys are working ou ai scale- uiomlm-1 of il
on tho two pa-1'spn-ctivo imu-l1inus.l lnouscni
M h'ne Shop
I Left to right: H. -lzunos. li. Hcsslcr, E. Cowfor,
LLM to right: D. Cosimuti. lTliis mucliinist is R. Striugvr. XY. StouHc1'.hf'I'his group is doing
ning out Ll special job on ll latin-.J xnrious iolms on ma1c'l1i11vs.l
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Left to right: L. lJl'yU1', N. -l0llllSOIl, XY. Bur-
lwr, R. Iseiilucriyq, C. Me-rritts. C'I'liis groiip
I'K'l7I'0Si'I'ltS the radio section of tlic sliopj
Left to right: bl. rl'lll'l21I10, R. Bilgvr, G. NVUQ-
mvr. A. Stuizcsky. S. Neil, ll. xY1.'ilN6'I'. CTliis
groiip 11-piwsviits the electrical section oi
Left to right: NY. IR-zisc. YV. llulmvrt, F. Ross-
nmii, R. Boiisi-ll, ID. Cwiu QVl'i'2lL'llOl'l. CTliis
group is ucliiiiiiistmwiiig am 4-iigiiu' time iip.j
Left to right: I". Ccxiiiuul, A. Iloovcr, R.
Ewing, D. Kilmurtiii CTliis group is prepar-
ing tlu- uutmnolxilv for state ll1SDt'L'll01'k.7
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First row: E. Greene Olanagerj, B. Gray, I. Pavlic, D. XVilliamS, 1. Rice, NI. Lake, G. Sellers Olanagerl. Second
row: D. Hamer CManagerJ, B. Eckert, B. Hulbert, P. Sellers, 1. Houser, D. Spaulding, B. Bilgcr, P. Hunter, J.
Camplmell, I. Pavone CManagerl. Third row: N. Maisano, D. Gill, F. Dannaway, I. Cowlier, D. Sniitli, P. Mye1's,
R. Tliomas, I. Stroup, 1. Albright, H. Trenary, L. Drake, N. Kimmel. Fourth row: N. Newlin Qlanagt-rl, VV.
Harpsteq, R. Riggleman, NI. Iohnson, R. Carper, C. Dry, B. Hicks, R. Vanneman, N. Murchison, C. NValk,
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Bellwood O ............... Tyrone
North Cambria Tyrone
Lewistown 12 ........... Tyrone
Huntingdon 7 ..... Tyrone
Bellefonte 7 .... Tyrone
Philipsluurg 14 ..... Tyrone
Clearfield 13 ....... Tyrone
State College 0 Tyrone
Lock Haven 14 .,,... Tyrone
Hollidaysburg 7 Tyrone
Mr. Hzlllslmltc-r, Mr. Km-iclingvr, Mr. Chuck-
rzm flu-acl com-115. Mr. Xlutusky Cequipmcnt
Bellwood 0 Tyrone 28
The rock-ribbed line of the Golden Eagles
proved too much for the Blue Devils as they
could only muster 25 yards against it all night.
Paul Myers flipped two scoring heaves to Iim
Houser to build up an early 15-0 lead and from
there the Eagles coasted. Fred Dannaway and
Tony Scordo scored on short plunges in the last
period and two conversions by Paul Hunter and
a safety credited to Lynn Drake rounded out the
North Cambria 18 Tyrone 6
Lack of depth in the line led to the downfall
of the Eagles in their encounter with a big Colt
eleven over at Barnsboro. Fred Dannaway gave
Tyrone the lead when he barreled over from
inside the three late in the third quarter, but
they just couldnit hold it. Too much John
Bobby, thatis all it was, as the Speedster went
to work with less than four minutes to play and
scored two touchdowns and set up the other.
VVorking out at football camp.
Lewistown 12 Tyrone 19
Back at home, a fired-up Tyrone team came
from behind with two touchdowns in the second
half to upset the highly touted Lewistown
Panthers. Victory seemed certain for the Pan-
thers at intermission after they had cancelled
Dannawayis six pointer with two quick touch-
downs of their own. Sellers breathed new life
into the situation with a 62 yard gallop down the
sidelines to open the third quarter and Scordo
assured at least a tie with a 32 yard burst a short
time later. Time ran out on the Panthers as
they moved the ball deep into Eagle territory,
Huntingdon 7 Tyrone 12
The 13 game winning streak of the Bear-
cats came to an abrupt halt at the hands of the
mighty Eagles, who were really up for this clash.
One of the largest crowds in Huntingdonis his-
tory saw Tyrone score the first time they got
their hands on the ball. A 31 yard pass play
from Myers to Sellers climaxed a sustained drive
of 75 yards. The Eagles got a big break when
Huntingdon fumbled on their 4 yard line to open
the second half. Myers slipped over on third
down for what proved to be the all important
tally. Five plays after Huntingdonis lone score
the game was in the books.
Bellefonte 7 Tyrone 26
'iParents Nightv at Gray Field found the
Eagles grinding out a hard fought win over a
spunky Bellefonte eleven. juniors handled all
the scoring, as Dannaway and Scordo scored
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two touchdowns -apiece and Drake converted
twice. Inst before the iinal gun, Belletonte
scored to avert a shutout.
Philipsburg 14 Tyrone 25
Tyrone traveled over the mountain and re-
turned the victor, after a wild and wooly battle.
Paul Myers plunged for the first- tally and then
threw scoring aerials to Bilger and Sellers. In
the third quarter, Lynn Drake intercepted a pass
and outran the entire Philipsburg team to put
the final icing on the cake.
Clearfield 13 Tyrone 33
Tyroneis hard running backfield showed
traces of brilliance, in this one, as they literally
tore the Bison's line to shreds. Sellers grabbed
two touchdown passes, Scordo ran for two more,
and Hunter chipped in with eight points of his
State College 0 Tyrone 36
The Eagles traveled to State College and
really poured it on the Little Lions. Not until
the last quarter did the hosts manage to work
the ball out of their own territory. Tyrone
scored in every quarter with Myers and Danna-
way hitting pay dirt twice and Paul Hunter tally-
ing once. Hunter also kicked four extra points
and State threw in an automatic safety for good
Lock Haven 14 Tyrone 36
The Colden Eagles cut loose with their
biggest offensive yet on Gray Field and literally
ran the Bobcats into the ground. Houser, Sel-
lers, Dannaway, and Scordo did Tyroneis scoring,
with the latter two boys each getting a pair of
six-pointers. Dannawayis second touchdown, a
sizzeling 98 yard job, is the longest ever re-
corded by an Eagle gridder.
Hollidaysburg 7 Tyrone 20
Playing with visions of a VVestern Confer-
ence Crown dancing in everyoneis heads, the
Eagles were at their very best. jim Houser
started the fireworks early when he stole a stray
Tiger pass and raced 28 yards for a Tyrone
touchdown. Hollidaysburg struck back quickly,
but after Tiny Tony Scordo scampered 70 yards
to paydirt on a punt return, the Eagles were
never headed. Fred Dannaway added a second
half touchdown to his pair ot extra points to
round out the season's scoring and put the game
on ice. Although later squeezed out of the con-
ference title, the Colden Eagles, in winning their
last eight games, displayed a brand of ball
Tyrone fans hadnit seen in many a moon. The
team was certainly a credit to Coach Chuckran
and his Hn-e staff of assistants.
Junior High Football
- JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
First row: B. VVarrender, S. Patterson, J. Rhodes, I. Greene, D. Kobuck, R. Steck, P. Miles,
B. Clitcs, R. Miller, L. Hardy. Second row: C. Clouser, J. Byran, C. Michaels, J. Dannaway.
j. Mincniier, D. Hagg, F. Oillourke, J. Higgins, D. VValker, C. Caffarelli, T. Marshall, S. Craves.
Third row: Long, S. Branstetter, D. Colden, li. Kirkpatrick, C. Watson, J. Wzilk, I.
Holloway, L. Iames, L. Crinnn, R. VVike, J. Cronestcr, O. Kobuck. Fourth row: I. Pletcher
fhead coachl, P. Irvin, E. Bickel, K. YVeston, H. Miller, B. Carson, J. Ferner, C. Kirkpatrick,
J. Kimmel, D. Colden, D. Riggleman, D. Fry, C. Hicks Cast. inanagerj.
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Varsity Basketball f-
First row: C. Sellers, manager, j. Pavone, D. Hamer, j. Perry, G. Nlinemier,
P. Myers, F. Dannaway. Second row: D. Graves, manager, B. Eckert,
manager, J. Graves, E. Adams. N. Newlin, ll. Houser, D. Nlorningred, D.
Sellers, Mr. Pletcher, Coach.
XVilliamsburg , 55 Home Tyrone
Bellwood . 35 Away Tyrone
NVillia1 nshurg , ..,,., 71 Away Tyrone
Bellwood . . ,,.. .45 Home Tyrone
Roaring Springs .. 52 Away Tyrone
Bald Eagle 39 Tyrone 54
Tyrone welcomed Bald Eagle into the Mountain
League with a resounding 54-39 setback on their own
floor. Pete Sellers led all scorers with 19 points, while
Houser, Pavone, and Adams, added 12, 11, and 10 rc-
spectively to the winning cause.
Lewistown 39 Tyrone 52
A tight man to man defense, good shooting, and
excellent rehounding and team play were all factors as
the Golden Eagles halted a 32 game win streak of the
Panthers in league play. The charges of Coach jim
llletcher jumped to an early lead and much to the delight
of the home-toyvn fans were never headed. Ed Adams
with 17 points and Aloe Graves with 15 shared scoring
lluntingdon 45 Tyrone 52
The Eagles traveled to Huntingdon and ran into
the slow down tactics employed hy the Bearcats. Al-
though Tyrone was never hehind, the game wasn't de-
cided until the Hnal whistle. Adams and Houser each
tallied 12, while Pavone chipped in with 11. ,
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Bellefonte 39 Tyrone 71
The Bellefonte fans were treated to a rare demon-
stration of court mastery as the Eagles ran roughshod
against their own Red Raiders. The game was fairly
close at intermission, hut brilliant floor play hy Myers,
Newlin, and Adams allowed the hoys to coast home to
Philipsburg 54 Tyrone 59
The Mountaineers gave the Plctcherinen some
mighty anxious moments before finally running out of
gas. Good rehound work hy Houser and Perry gave the
locals the margin of victory. joe Graves had 16 points,
followed closely hy Adams with 14, and Sellers with 11.
Mount Union 50 I Tyrone 52
Adept rebounding and scoring by jim Houser and
Ed Adams kept Tyrone ahead in the league race. The
Eagles foul line ability finally paid oft as hotli teams
were even from the field. The game went right to the
top as Mount Union blew a chance to send it into over-
time with two seconds left. '
JOHNNY LOOKS AS IF HE MIGHT
CATCH IT WITH IIIS MOUTII!
Left to right: -I. Houser, bl. Pavone, D, Sellers,
VVHOTS GOING TO GET THAT BALL?
Left to right: N. Newlin, j. Perry. F. Dannaway,
E. Adams, G. Nlinemier.
Front row: -I. Perry, ll. Sellers, I. Pavone. Stand
ing: E. Adams, N. Newlin. tl. Houser.
Hollidaysburg 59 Tyl-gmc 47
Hollidaysburg threw the league into a three-way tie
hy handing the Eagles their first loss on the home boards.
Besides having four of their own men in the double
column, the Colden Tigers shut Tyrone prettv well off
from the field. A standing-room-only crowd didn't help
either teams, playing.
Lewistown 59 Tyr-one 56
Hollidaysburgis luck held as they drew the bye into
the finals of the two game playoff. Tyrone met the
Lcwistown Panthers on Mount Unionls neutral floor
and returned home the sad, but proud losers. Sellers,
Adams, and Graves all managed to break into double
figures, but their work was more than equaled by
Lewistown's two big guns, WVade and Searer, who had
40 points between them. Hollidaysburg, with three days
rest behind them, then proceeded to whip the Panthers
to the tune of 52-42 and wrap up the first cycle crown.
Bald Eagle 33 Tyrone G1
Everybody got into the act as the Golden Eagles
massacred Bald Eagle in Lincoln Gym. joe Graves led
all scorers with 17 points, while the whole team contrib-
uted to the mismatch.
Lewistown 73 Tyrone 66
NVhen two teams play their best games of the year
on the same night against each other, something has to
give, and that's exactly what happened at the silktown
court. Not even playing on their own floor gave the
Panthers an advantage in this nip and tuck battle. Graves
and Adams had 22 and I8 points respectively, but 'that
man VVade set some sort of a record as he dunked 34.
Huntingdon 54 Tyrone 57
Upset-minded Huntingdon invaded the papertown
and, except for a desperate last period rally by the
Eagles, would have taken this thriller. .lim Houser led
Adams, Graves, and Pavone into the double column, but
the Bearcats, substitute forward, Bob Crum, topped
everyone, accounting for 27 digits.
Beliefonte 57 Tyrone 60
The Golden Eagles just managed to squeeze past a
much improved Red Raiders five. Heavy scoring by
Houser, Adams, and Sellers built up a somewhat comfort-
able lead which Bellefonte was quickly narrowing at the
Philipsburg 47 Tyrone 64
Every team is supposed to have its night, and this,
indeed, must have been the Eagles. Nothing, it seemed.
could go wrong as the entire squad performed like a
polished group of pros. Adams led the eveningis scorers,
followed closely by Sellers, Houser, and Graves. who all
made double figures.
Mount Union 32 Tyrone 56
Picking up steam as the game progressed, the Golden
Eagles' court crew romped to an easy victory over a
hapless Captain jack team. Hometown fans saw defense
at its finest and the Trojans could only score ll points
the entire second half. jim Houser and Ed Adams led
both teams in rebounding and scoring.
Hollidaysburg 78 Tyrone 48
After an even first half, the Golden Tigers exploded
and handed Tyrone its worst defeat of the year. Fans
were hanging from the ceiling in the county seat gym
as Hollidaysburg broke Lewistownis three year domina-
tion of league play and salted away their fifth crown
in the process. Another fine Tyrone team was denied
the Mountain League crown, symbol of Central Penn-
sylvania Basketball supremacy.
lunior Varsity Basketball
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
First row: S. Garner, Manager, J. Martin, H. Carpcr, D. Heaton, B. Miller, M. Johnson
Second row: Mr. Baker, Coachg M. O,Ronrkc, L. Lucas, A. Dney, C. Hogan, R. Shanalclt
JR. HIGH BASKETBALL
First row: P. Johnson, C. Crowoll, J. Ball, E. Johnson, C. Watson, C. lXlll1ClDl6I', R. Schanl.
Second row: J. Bryan, D. Miller, P. Milos, C. Mills, J. Fernor, G. Neff, J. Crawforcl, D. Cvtz.
Third row: Coach Kncidingcr, C. Higgins, B. Baird, L. Zimmm-mlm, C. Kirkpatrick, B. Bnlklvy,
B. Swcitzcr, J. Stitt, D. Stonobrakcr, B. Shaw, D. Hagg.
Junior High Basketball
First row: 1. Baker, C. Cailalian. Second row: S. Mofirct, B
Higgins. V. Fasick, Third row: P. YVl1itc, D, Caiderwoocl
Left to right: L. Derman, N. Cowher, B. Sharer, C. Bloom, E.
Naylor, D. Ohrtman, S. Glass.
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Wrestling - 57
Front Row: D. XYallw1', bl. Xlzlisuno, -I. lla-lliuggio, A. Sc-orclo, -I. Allmrigfht, ll, X-2lIlllt'lHtlll, NY.
l llicks, ID. Gill, Al. Vlfornner. Standing: C. Ilngen, Mgr.: Nlr. Nlolmey, Cong-lug T. Morrow, Mgr.
Lewistown 33 Tyrone ll
Tln' Pnltln-rs ull-ff-Html Yllf'l'0lll' for tln' first time in
15 yl'Lll'S IS the curtain was lvronglxt up on nnotln-r CUHVI,
wrestling sezlson. llolmllie Valnnelnzln, Tony S4-on-do, :Incl lim XMIM
Lynn llnlkc non cle-visions nncl Iluve Clill lllilllilgbll ll ' A
,Iohnstown 15 Tyrone :ZS
'I'Iu- Colclvn l'l2l,LL'l4'S lmtl cmnpletv c'c111l1'ol ul' ilu-
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wllilc' llvllizlggio. X'1llIIll'lIl1llI, Clill, llllll Ilmlw svttlt-fl
Lock Haven 21 Tyrone 23
Another thriller was written into the record hooks
as the Eagles eame from hehind to nip the Boheats on
the losers mats. Coming through with vietories were
l3elBaggio, Seordo, Vanneman, Hunter, Gill, YVoomer,
and Lynn Drake, who got that all-important final de-
State College 33 Tyrone 11
The Little Lions eame to Lineoln Cym with one of
their strongest teams in years and really poured it on
the Eagles. Leading from the outset, State allowed Ty-
rone only 3 wins, with those going to Dellriaggio, Seordo,
DuBois 20 Tyrone 19
Both teams put forth superh eiliorts with the Beav-
ers iinally emerging vietorious hy the slimmest of mar-
gins. DelBaggio. Seordo, Hieks, Gill, and Wfoomer all
won, hut DuBois pieked up a couple of influential first-
Bellefonte 28 Tyrone 19
XVinning heavily in the heavyweights, the Red Raid-
ers edged Tyrone on the loeal mats. Falls were reeord-
ed hy Hagen, and Vannemang Nlaisano, Hielss, and
XVoomer got decisions.
Philipsburg 38 Tyrone 8
Philipshurgis mighty mat erevv routed the Gold
Eagles and won their 29th straight dual meet in the pro-
eess. Only baek to back deeisions hy Bill Hieks and
Robbie Vanneman and a draw hy Tony Seordo pre-
vented a shutout.
Hollidaysburg 37 Tyrone 9
The eounty seat gym was the seene of another
Eagle slaughter as the Tyrone boys eonld muster only
three wins. Diek Hagg, Seordo, and Vanneman did the
Beford 27 Tyrone 12
VVinning the last six matehes gave Bedford more
than enough points for a eomfortable victory. DelBag-
gio returned to action and garnered a decision along
with Klaisano, Seordo, and jim Alhright.
xlllllllf Union 20 Tyrone 30
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Clcarficld 28 Tyrone 23
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Bald Eagle Nittany 37 Tyrone 9
The S1-11so11's Hnzxl f0lIIlCl tl11' Eagles bowing to il
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Senior Class Will and Testament
We, the class of 1957, being of empty mind and
battered body, preparing to embark upon the sea of life
after having paddled thru the pond of education for
quite long enough,'do hereby surrender our oars and
other articles dug from our seabags to those inexperi-
enced seamen . . . the underclassmen.
The Senior Class president, John Pavone, wants
Neil Kimmel to have his set of water buckets. Take care
of them, Neil.
As Barbara Higgins steps from her cheerleading
position, she bequeaths her megaphone to Donna Calder-
wood. Keep us that school spirit, Donna!
Rosemary LaRosa wants Mary Alice Long to have
her notheri' days. VVe wish you luck with them, Mary
T o Jean Fisher goes Boots Stonebrakeris many trips
past a Sunoco Station. 'Nuff said.
Step up to the mirror,Fred Sones, for you have in-
heriter all of Dave Kilmartin's good looks! Now the girls
will storm you!
Crash! Bang! Look out Gary Long! Joe Seiner has
thrown your way his four-barrel carburators. Good luck,
Lois jane Murray bestows upon Lola Carper and
Freda Parsons her good luck in getting that "special'
ring. Surely that ring doesnit come from the tele-
Get out your Wheaties, Tom Riggleman. You might
need two strong arms when you find you have just re-
ceived Tom Kennedy's rowboat.
Chink . . . We mean Chet Grove decrees that his
slanted eyes be transferred to Elmer Greene.
After much meditation, Dale Spaulding regretfully
turns over to Don Smith his position on the bench in
football. Is he kidding???
To her sister, Judy, Carla Bonsell wills her ability
to board the school bus each morning with a hop, a skip,
and a jump. Keep the door open, busdriver!
Well, Billy Kurtz, you are a lucky guy . . . you have
been chosen as the recipient of Billy Taylor's good
grades. Keep working.
All of Ailenn Crawford's ability to warble is sent
along Mary Morrow's way. Since Mary has always had
a desire to sing, she should welcome this little gift.
Miss Eble can be sure of at least one Spanish II stu-
dent, anyway, because Don Stewart is making sure Jim
Cowher gets his Spanish book. Take care of it, Jim.
I Horrors!!! Weire hoping Mrs. Derr doesn't get wind
of this! jess Ray offers to Larry and Phil his . . . catch
this . . . boring sessions in "Macbeth,"
jay Perry, in taking leave of his dear ole Alma Ma-
ter, hands down to Winston Harpster his spikes. They
may not fit, but then, Winston is a growing boy.
Lewis Ayres proudly bequeaths his ability to show
dairy animals to Galen Gilliland, as if he needed it!
Yawn! Sleepy Bill Eckert has willed to any needy
junior, his loud-ringing alarm clock. It always comes in
handy after staying up 'til the wee hours doing history
Bob Ayres, you're a mighty lucky guy . . . Youive
just been given Fred Conrad's hot rod gaskets.
joan Harpster relates wise advice to her sister, Don-
na, when she tells her to take cookies and string with her
to Washington . . . especially if she's staying on the 7th
floor, room 708 . . . and there are fellows below.
Beverly Cowher, bored nearly to death by the many
long, dull hours in Mr. Bockis shorthand classes, passes
them on to Judy Shellenberger.
I Hurriedly, Bob Hessler gives to Jim Hicks his luck
for getting to shop right before the bell rings in the
Peggy Wolford, who keeps the Post Oflice in busi-
ness, wants Marie Richards to have her ink, stamps, writ-
ing paper, and pen for future use.
Bob Myers has decided to give up his pleasant trips
to Bellwood and let John Watson make them all. By the
way, what's so pleasant in Bellwood??
john Campbell, with sad lament, says farewell to his
nickname "Soupy,'-the receiver, his brother Jim.
After taking stock of all her attributes, Donna Snyd-
er has decided to leave her most prized possession to a
very dear friend. Patty Hildebrand inherits Donna's
Marcia Shephard wants to pass on her place in
Senior Choir for next year to Murray Fetzer. Course we
know you wouldnit be in the alto section, Murray!
With a few happy memories, Mary Lee Murchison
donates to her buddy Stevie Garner, a nickle to play the
Pantry juke box after school.
Big Bill Hubert bestows upon Lee Grimm his foot-
ball pants. How useful!
Clear the highways, everyone! jim Gross appoints
Delbert Hamer to take over that "driving skillv of his.
Congratulations, Rich Lazeration, Lynn Hale, the
hot rod fan, has just bequeathed to you all his drags on
Red Hill in Altoona.
Looks as if Don Naylor will be searching for a new
name, since he is relinquishing his nickname of "Orby,'
to Gary Cisney.
Lanky basketeer Ed Adams divulged to us that he is
willing to joe Graves his crinkled-up practiced jersey
and half a orange. Thatis quite a sacrifice, Ed.
Ambition to be a machinist is offered by Bill Stouf-
fer to deserving Tom Yeager. Use it well, fella.
Tubby Gerry Roberts is giving up his struggle over
eorpulence and throws his diet book in jean Fisher's di-
Kindly, Sherry McClellan hands down her means of
transportation to and from school in the ,57 Ford to a
deserving sister, Judy. Now she can sleep in at least fif-
Beware, Miss Eble! You'1l have to watch Eleanor
McNaul, for to her goes Carol Shultz's laughing spells
in Spanish class.
If all her teachers and Walter don't mind, Linda Io
Friday is the happy recipient of Sonie Getzis famous
Senior Class Will and Testament
Vicki Stoner rcgretfully leaves the icy road home to
her sister, Dorothy. Be careful-Janesville Pike can be
A new scientist is in the making! Sandra Dean will
probably be able to invent a spray to dissolve teachers
when she inherits Ruth Zeiders' knowledge of chemistry.
That sweet Rich Ewing doesn't want to leave any-
thing to anyone, he just wants to leave.
VVithout permission, ,Clair Harper bestows upon lit-
tle brother Sheldon, all of Miss Crawford's history books.
He probably hopes Sheldon will hide them from her!
Hazel Brown has passed on to Jim Cowher, and any-
one else who likes excitement, her good times at the Cairo
in VVashington, D. C.
The all-important English classes are coming your
way, Axel Spicer-directly from Willis Walk.
Get your hikin' boots on, Antionette Idarola, for to
you Suzie Getz has given all her long trips to Juniata
hoping, of course, you'll find that certain Juniata
Judy Baker, our own combination of Roger Williams
and Liberace, insists that Linda Geist take over her Sat-
urday morning seat at the piano bench.
Mr. Thomas, take heed! Bill Barber passes on his
ability to loaf in shop to his brother, Joe. There had
better be someone to keep him busy!
Jim Herlt names Charlie Decker to his position at
the Gardner Candy Company. Does that make you head
of the company, Charlie?
Rose Marie Minerich wishes to confer all the luck
she had with a '52 class ring upon Cathy Schock.
Use of the basketball court is bequeathed to Dick-
ens Hagg, Johnny Ferner, Phil Miles, Davey Getz, and
Mike Higgins by towering New Newlin.
"At last!" conjectures Linda Lee Ferner as she
leaves to Polly Jo Bowser her troubles and fun of being
editor-in-chief of the Spokesman.
Well, finally!! A safe, courteous driver, Gene Pol-
lock names Bob Kustenborder to receive his good repu-
Keeping it in the family, Regina Prough sends along
her dislike for carrying an umbrella and wearing boots
to her sister, Nancy.
Arenit you lucky, Bob Ayers? You are bestowed
with all the ambition Bill Pease has shown in shop.
Lindsay Lake leaves, surrendering to Barbara Judy
all the joys and hardships of her senior year.
Hope you got hiking boots, Donna Davis, cuz
comin' your way from Judy Gunsallus are all her long
hikes to school.
I Janet Emel has agreed to refurnish and put an extra
soft cushion on the back seat of the bus before she passes
it on to her brother, Richard.
Here come the hunters! To Gene Eyer and Bob
Gunsallus go all of Jack Igou's hunting techniques.
Here's a pretty big package for Janie Bell and
Martha Cowher. It's the local "YU dance floor . . .
,specially from Judy Wike.
In remembrance of her big debut, Judy Grazier
hands over her ability as a T.V. star to a deserving re-
cipient, Nancy Cowher. My, what a lucky beneficiary!
To Sam Hayes goes Bob Walkeris ability to work in
agriculture class. Now get busy, Sam.
Pokey Hershel Raabe bequests to his buddy, Warren
Pine, all that excess energy to run for the bus on cold
Some lucky junior is the recipient of all the gay
times Karen Gay Gilpin had while attending District
Joan Beckwith insists that Helen Goss take her place
as chauffeur for the Young People's Meeting on Tuesday
nights. Safe driving, Helen!
"Dig those crazy kats!" Such exclamations will be
heard in the halls of T.A.H.S. as Rose Marshall passes
her jive talk on to Tom and Sonny.
Mary Bigelow leaves her jumping ability to Jo Anne
Hooper so she can get rolling on her Hoop. Clear the
Carol Loose bestows upon Sam Headings all of her
good times in Washington. Enjoy yourself, Sam, but
What could be in room 303? It must be pretty
worthwhile, because Karl McNeal gives up his seat there
to a lucky boy, Charlie Decker.
Freda "what's H40 anyway" Williams doesnit mind
giving Don Smith her ability to gab in chemistry class.
Poor Mr. Nejako, he must have a hard time of it.
Tom Morrow has passed on to Larrie Barlett all the
adventurous times he had in Altoona.
Prum! Prum! Prum! Carol Westbrook hands over
her drumsticks to Ray Crowell. She wishes him much
success in the band next year.
Peggy nstudy-all-the-time" Piper, in leaving T.H.S.,
has decided to force upon Bonnie Gebhart the many long
hours spent burning the midnight oil.
To you, Gene Eyer, go all the bumps, ruts, flats,
and rough driving of Ted Grazier . . . and get this!! It
comes complete with a worn out tractor!! You're a lucky
Darrel had better purchase a pair of spurs and lari-
at to keep that cowboy license in control which was don-
ated to him by his sister, Doris Golden.
"Babysitter Wantedf, Sandy Estright wills to any
girl who doesnit like football games, her exciting ex-
periences as a babysitter for the teachers . . .
Grab your pen, Lauraella Blanchard, for Virginia
Noel bequeaths to you her endless days of writing letters.
Good luck and donit get caught writing letters in class.
How lucky you are, Harry Simondale, for you've be-
come the recipient of the pocket heater that George
Merritts carried to school so faithfully on those cold
Elaine Cupp ruefully surrenders to her sister, Sally
. . . her ability to get into trouble in Sr. math class.
Crash! Bang! Take hold of yourself, Marlyn Tros-
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Senior Glass Will and Testament
tle, for to you goes Robert Behrer's hot rod . . . com-
plete with tickets!!
Dominic Cosimati, with sad lament, wills his hopes
in the machine shop to capable Jim Hicks.
Remembering all the good times to be had in Eng-
lish class, Richard Isenberg leaves to Rich Lazeration, his
own special seat.
All the grunts and groans plus ability are given to
Les Hagen-from Jim DelBaggio.
Tick tock! Tick tock! A chance to tix the clock. lt's
the clock at the Grazierville school and this is willed to
junior Hagen by Andy Starzesky.
Get on your dancin' shoes, Kay Barrett! You are
the lucky recipient of Bill Houser's fondness for dancing
on Friday nights.
Look out, Charlie Decker, you are about to receive
Robert James' special seat in J. O. Corbin's ollice.
Be on the lookout, all you who live on Logan Ave-
nue, for one of you has inherited Gerald Friday's slightly
used, not complete, history outline and notebook . . .
congratulations, whoever you arel!!
Our heartfelt sorrows are with Mrs. johnson and
Mr. WVagner because Tom Woodring wants some chorus
and band member to carry on his tradition of being late
Calm, resigned Esther Owens bestows upon Marva
and Frances her ability to wait patiently over the week-
Going, going, gone!!! All those should-have-been
study halls in Miss Eblels room for Diane Woomer from
that noise maker, Virginia Fasick.
john Watson is donated a love for the out of doors
and many memories of Scout Camp and-who's this?-
"Allah', by john "Davy Crockettn Summers.
Button up yer coat, Dave Fike, for comin, your way
from Lee Pryor are all the cold walks to electrical shop
on winter mornings.
So that "Docv Thomas will always be a happy-go-
lucky guy, devilish Joe Turiano bequeaths to even more
devilish jim Albright, his ability to keep "DocD that way.
That sad, unhappy Darrel Westley passes thru the
portals of T.A.H.S. only hoping Charlie Decker will have
many more joyous hours in machine shop than he had.
In hopes that you have your own ink, Sally Cupp,
you have received Frances Givler's worn out pen . . .
the one she used for those many history outlines.
Generous Marjorie McCaulley is handing over to
Helen Goss all her girlfriend's boyfriends. That's down-
right kind of you, Margie!
Get out your heavy shoes, Dave Gill, for Paul Hunt-
er decrees that his long walk to school be transferred to
Larrie "Ray Anthony" Derman wills to a hard work-
ing junior band member, his first chair in the trumpet
section of the band.
Ability to park the car . . . at school, is passed on
by Dave Martz to Barb.
Fred Rossman willingly prescribes to LeRoy Beck-
with, his no. l position at Steel's Drug Store . . . effec-
tive July 31.
john Morrisey leaves, bestowing upon Lane Hale a
portzebee fa Portzebee???D in hopes he can find a good
use for it. We hope you can too, Lane.
George Coover, you're the fortunate owner of all
the difficult tests given in electrical shop . . . and if you
want to take revenge, the donor is Sam Neil.
How lucky can a girl be? Donna Jean Carper wants
Frances Saylor to have her brother from Warriors Mark.
A pretty handy gift!
State police, be on the lookout, for Nancy Io Bate-
man is generously lianding over to Mill Cherry and Ros-
alie Markel her car keys. The only provision is that they
can go to only Bellwood or State College.
To you, Joan Port, a challenge! Ann Port is willing
to endow you with her ability to ice skate . . . if you're
silly enough to attempt it.
YVake up, Mary Kochera! You've just received
Catherine Bulkley's microphone from her 7:15 A.M.
Ralph Bonsell regretfully bestows upon junior
Hagen all his good times at the local "Y" dances.
Willed to Bill Miller by his sister Virginia Miller,
is the boring task of driving "bustles', to school everyday.
Arlene "walk a mileu Cunningham bequeaths to
Sally Moffet that long cold walk to school. just what
she,s always wanted, no doubt.
In case you aren't fond of them already, Shirley
Barone, Pat Keller is passing on to you her attraction to
blond haired boys. Hmmmmmm! ll
juniors, beware! ! To you come all the unfinished
history outlines of Dottie Lynch.
Ginny "Barrel of Fun" Harpster donates to Win-
ston and Glenda Harpster her ability to rock the class
with her Special English speeches.
BOPSTERS . .. to the highest bidder Ioan Hogan
will auction her love of Mozartls "Blue jean Bop."
Mary Louise Nead is the recipient of all her sister,
Laura's slow motions. We hope you don't get into any
trouble with your teachers.
Remembering how well she liked English, Frances
Pavlic gives her seat in Mrs. Derr,s class to Carol Bonsell,
along with many good wishes.
XVe hear Barbara Welch needs a leaning post so
. . . obligingly this is given to you by Pearl Hoover.
Best of luck! l !
Mary Ann Zeek, not forgetting her wonderful time
in Washington, D. C., hands down her fun in room 908
at the Cairo Hotel to Judy Wertz.
Uh-oh! Better be careful. Janet Sellers is leaving
. , . but she wants Linda Westly to take good care of
her cowboy license.
Watch out, Marlyn Trostle! ll Here comes Don
Conrad's old cracked-up car-and dented fenders!
Colleen Callahan, with diabolical joy, sends along
her great love of trombone players to Emma Lee Mc-
Senior Class Will and Testament
Chink Waite, you're the lucky recipient of Richard
Weaver's handy-dandy rickshaw with dual exhaust and
fuel injection. Visit us sometime, Dick!
Ambition in shop is being given by Earl Cowfer to
Charles Decker. Now, what in the world would you do
with something like that?
jeanie Maisano hopes Busy Naylor will keep up
the tradition of the annual walk to Spruce Creek and all
the fun that goes with it. What did you see that day,
To any junior or sophomore commercial girl Qwho
wants to know whatis going on before the rest of the
student body, Freda Couch donates her job in the Guid-
jim "take your life in your own hands" Houser
gives up, to Jean Fisher, his position of riding shotgun
while Dare-Devil Dale pilots the Pontiac. Now he feels
much safer! !
Scientifically minded Ronnie Shock has been honored
with sister Donna's seat in her 314 chemistry class.
juniors, look out! Comin' your way from Raymond
Brubaker are his boring sessions of World History. Have
Get busy, Mr. Sandman-jerry has just received
from his sister, Ruth Walk the ability to sleep in on
those dreary school mornings.
Pete Sellers shakily offers Fred Dannaway his ninth
story ledge in Washington, if he can make it that far.
Maybe Fred would be better off staying on his own fioor.
XVadda you think?
Janie Waite bequeaths to Bonnie Fisher all the time
she spent! out of class. This comes complete with a
manual of excuses for teachers.
"Going once! Going twice!-Soldlv Don Stringeris
record of "Blueberry Hill" to Jim Miller.
Anna Louise Walk willingly bestows upon Nancy
Burkett, her ability to giggle in Spanish II class.
Fasten your safety belt, Jean Kimberling! Dianne
Turnbaugh hands to you her thrilling rides to Northwood
in a blue Buick, no less!
The distinct pleasure of dating a McClellan boy
goes to Diane Woomer from Loretta Cambridge. Don't
think she hasn't been taking advantage of her legacy
If no one else minds, Pat Hoover wishes to give
all the games on Sully's pinball machine to Jim Bathurst,
who seems to be somewhat of an expert on pinball
"You canit take everything with you,', Delores
Kobak says, so she has decided to pass on to all lucky
juniors, her fun with Mrs. Nearhoof in home ec. class.
Hmmm!! This sounds terrific! Zelda Gensimore
bestows upon Betty Lou Fisher the delicious and exciting
cokes she had while in Washington, D. C. Cokes . . .
exciting? 'P P
You're a lucky fella, Junior Hagen, . . . you've just
received from George Chilcoat a silver dollar . . . to pay
your parking tickets.
Get out your glasses, Beverly Crust, for you are
about to gain one hour in the library at lunchtime from
your sister, Shirley. Maybe you will be able to find
something more intriguing to do than read a book.
Donna Tennis, in one of her better moods, names
Beverly Miller as beneficiary to her ability to drive any
kind of Mercury.
Busi?1, Nancy Ross passes on all her working ability
on to litt e sister, Judy. She must have been thinking
of her 5th period study halls.
To some unfortunate junior who is as forgetful as
Barbara Bonsell, she donates her-whoops, what was it
she wanted to give away? Oh, she has it now, it's that
over-due bill at the library!
Although she hates to give it up, Ann Bennett has
finally consented to leave her job as head typist for the
"Spokesman" to a worthy junior.
Unfortunate, unlucky, unhappy Bill Stahl is packing
up all those traffic tickets he's received through the
years, he plans to pass them off on Sam Hayes.
Pat Stoner has finally given up all her hilarious
episodes and that ever-present ability to get into devil-
ment to Judy Eckroth.
Les Miller doesn't think he has anything worth
bestowing on any of the underclassmen. VVadda you
Intelligent jim Woomer bequeaths all his superb
knowledge of electricity to little jim Albright, hoping he
will get a large charge out of it.
You have all the reason in the world to be proud,
Patty White, because "Peachy" Brantner has just willed
you the privilege of wearing a 1955 class ring.
Prepare yourself, Donna . . . cuz from your sister,
Milly Briggs, comes the ability to keep the Weyer boys
pacified while ridin, ye olde school bus.
To Rhoda Leeper, Lucille Romano leaves a much
loved English seat in 205.
Rah, Rah! Beverly Calderwood yells loudly as she
hands down her position on the cheerleading squad to
some deserving junior.
These school buses must be the best part of the day!
Viola Ellenberger is willing to givehher favorite seat to
Anna Laird and Patricia Tate regretfully hands hers over
to Shirley Wrye.
Shirley Saylor offers to Ebby Carper her driving
ability . . . but only from Warriors Mark to the Saylor
residence. Wonder why? ? ff' ?
Shocks and sparks from the electrical shop are being
passed along to Jim Albright and Nick Maisano from
their live-wire friend, Bob Bilger.
To Freda Parsons goes Lois Ann Nearhoof's F. F. A.
jacket, keep warm, Freda.
Another long walk is willed-this time to Philip
Woodring from his neighbor, Nevin Johnson. Have fun
traveling to the football field for band practice.
With these words, we pass jubilantly out of the
T. A. H. S. pictures. Signed, sealed, and delivered by
the Class of 1957.
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