Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1958
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With pride we of the class of 1958 introduce the ,58 edition
of the Falcon. Like our predecessors we of the Falcon staff,
under the invaluable guidance of our advisor, Miss Crawford,
have toiled diligently to present a yearbook encompassing each
of the numerous school activities, however, we are particularly
proud of the unique arrangement of this yearbook.
In retrospect this Falcon will serve as a reminder of six
tremendous years of arduous study, great athletic victories, adven-
turesome field trips, and class parties and dances. With these ex-
periences behind us, molding our characters and preparing us
for adulthood, we look to the future confident that T. A. H. S.
will always be proud of the achievements, past and future, of
the class of 1958.
MR. JACOB 0. CORBIN
In appreciation of his constant and lllltlI'1llg efforts to im-
prove the machine shop and train young men in mechanical
skills, we, the 1958 Falcon staff, dedicate our Falcon to Mr.
jacob O. Corbin. His Work has been behind the scenesg there-
fore, he has received little recognition. His personality and
initiative are rated as tops by all who know him. We sincerely
hope you will accept this dedication as a 'ithank youv for all
your fine Work.
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Seated: Herbert W. Conrad,
Robert D. Sharer, William H.
Hicks. Standing: Robert B.
Nearhoof, Donald C. Brown,
Richard D. Shellenherger.
Absent members: Harry N.
Glass, Harold E. Baker, Henry
F. Laughlin, L. Paul Funk
William D. McNaul Cnon-mem-
bcrl, Samuel T. Friday, Wil-
liani E. Artinan, Mrs. Cora L.
Kaup, Mrs. Edna R. Waite
Charles Pryor, Mrs. Sara j.
Seated: liohcrt P. H1-lmerling
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Standing: Dr. Norman Miller, Superintendcntg B. C. Jones, Solicitorg Hugh D. Markle, Vice-Presi-
clcntg Ralph A. Gill, Treasurerg Marjorie E. Barr, Asst. Secretaryg J. Lynn Ferncr, Presidentg Dr.
john A. Ayres, Secretary. Not in Picture: Francis j. Herrington, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer.
Dr. Willard Kerr
N. Grant Hixson
D. Thomas lyigore
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Seated: Mr. Thomas, Electrical Shopg Mrs. Nc-u1'l1ouf, Voc-aitimml Home Ecoxiolnic-sg Mi
Corbin, Machine Shop. Standing: Mr. Haxyvs, Agriuulturcg Nlr. Cwin, Auto IXIc-clmiiicsg M1
XVc-Stk-y, Carpenter Shop.
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First row: H. Snyder, D. Calderwood, I. Fisher, P. Vanneman, A.
Idarola. Second row: M. Richards B. VVarrendcr, S. Moffct,
J. Plisinsky, S. Ohrtman, N. Ritchey. Third row: A. Lewis, L.
Blanchard, S. Fagley, B. Judy. Fourth row: D. Hildebrand, I.
Albright, C. Decker.
ARTISTS We, the 1958 Falcon staff, have tried to the
Nancy Ritchey, Arlene Lewis, and Doug best of their ability to bring you one of the best
Falcons ever printed. We chose a theme very
different from any other and tried to have every
student in the school photographed at least once.
Then, too, there are many of the popular nsnapv
pages, along with other special features. We
have Worked hard to prepare this outstanding
Falcon, but it has had its share of fun, also.
Without the help of our Wonderful advisor.
Miss Crawford, We would not have been able
to present such a yearbook. She has put in many
of her spare-time hours to tie up "loose-endsv
and just give aid whenever it Was needed. We,
the Falcon staff, never find Words enough to
say how much We appreciate all your help.
As the last page is finished we hope you, the
subscribers, Will be able to look back through
your yearbooks many years from now and find
great enjoyment from the 1958 Falcon.
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ADVERTISING STAI7 F
The advertisers, planning a new lay-
out for the next Spokesman arc.
from left to right! .lanie Bell, Gail
Hamer, and Nancy Lal'orte.
' COPY READER
'l'his is ,Barbara Kingston,'proofrcader for
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new e dito rs, exznnining a
Spokesman, printed last year
From left to right there are.
seated: Polly -I. Bowser and
Eleanor McNaulg standing:
Neil lhllll'L'lllSUlI, janet Buck,
lim Crawford, Sally Dawson,
Indy Kelly, Dick Gardner,
Leah Levine, and Linda jo
Published throughout the school year., our
newspaper, the Spokesman, continually informs
us of the latest in sports, music, clubs, elections,
honors, and student opinion around T. A. H. S.
Under the excellent guidance of Miss Hazel
Latshaw and the capable editorship of Polly
Bowser, the 1957 Spokesman Staff instituted
many innovations, not only maintaining, but
improving a scholastic newspaper which has
placed high in numerous contests. This year
in the state contest the Spokesman attained sec-
ond place with Neil Murehisonis sports page
receiving a perfect score.
VVhen we, as alumni, look back upon our
high school experiences, the Spokesman will
stand out as a well written record of those
events which molded our lives.
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The busy Spukesmzm typists
are from left to right: Alive
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' irst row: N. Mureliison, J. Buck, L. Fricluy, P. Bowser. E. NIeNaml, S. Fugley, H. Limtslmw.
Second row: j. Root, C. Lilmolcl, D. Ohrtmzui, E. Bouss-ll, C. Bousell, BI. Cowlier, -I. Bell, S.
j' g - Cupp, H. Mayline, F. Suylor, D. Crist. S. Zimglii. Third row: L. Levine, AI. Ilooper. B. Me-
1 Neal. G. Amlerson, Horulmugli, A. Ulil, C. Thomas, M. Cluclney, S. Filit-ky, L. Geist. H.
. Peterson. VV. Nenrlioof. Fourth row: -I. Kelly, S. Bz11'1'ett. B. Sluirer, C. Bloom, Nl. Long. NI.
ML LlI'ilW'f0l'Cl, ,I Cmimcl. S. Dawson. P. Ililclc-lmliicl. F. hVl'2lVl'Qx M, Stoiielmlkely A. Leueh. Fifth
row: S. Curner, P. Vzuinemzm. J. Martin, NV. YVoleslugle, VV,XIIigks. R. X71lIll1l'lllLlIl, A. Dewey.
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l'he S1 lil'Ill1l1l l'ltD0l'lC'TS, eorreeting
.heir stories, are, from left to right:
Bill Nliller. Pete xyillllllxlllilll. Cheri
Buss, Carol Bloom. lleleu Clemi.
NlilXllll' Neil, Elizabeth Naylor. Curnl
Fleelc. Nlairy Aliee Long. Steve Cuiwier.
zmcl Melissa Bryan.
Uhl, CllO1'l21.A1lCll'l'S0ll, Slierrill
Fugley. Darlene Ohrtmzm, Annu
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Majorettes-E. Mc-Mullen, -I. Root, LI. Bell. C. Bonsell, T. Elder, P. Myers, C. Beckwith
li. Hull, F. Saylor. First row: j. Minemier, D. VVoo1ner, M. Richards L. Geist M
Heherling, AI. Fisher, I. Swayne, j. Eekroth, C. Fisher, C. Cunsallns. Gi Andersoii, Lift 'l 'F
L. Blanchard. A. johnson, I. Martin, D. Davis, P. Nowlin, K. Moore, P. Cunningham, .Q X
B. Patton, J. Kelly. Third row: Mr. VVagner, C. Lewis, B. Barnes, D. Kohuek, P. Bowser., 1 J .
B. Hossman, B. Miller, P. Rice, J. Ross, J. Bryan, T. LaPorte, L. Herrington, S. Gardner. A . bf ,lf
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T A SPECIAL THANK-YOUVL ,L
Nancy Ritchey, although she was knoxf a
cheerleader or member of the hand, did her
pa1't in helping our teams to he victorious
during the sports' season. She spent many
long, spare-time hours drawing and paint-
ing posters for every football game. Not
only did she prepare posters, but she drew.
mimeographed, and colored cheerful.
peppy tags for almost every student in the
school to wear on the day of the sport
event. She was never given any formal
thank-you for her effort, so we. the Falcon
staff, would like to say to you, Nancy.
"Thanks for all your work and school spirit.
Every one appreciated itlv
THE Qlesw' one mm TU
Al. lXlL'Nk'lll. T. Boyd, R. Gilpin, P.
Wooclring, T. Arnold D. Kcplmrt,
P. IIllI'DStOl'. Fifth row: D. Cravcs,
M. Fctzvr, B. VVolf, C. Dean, G.
Boytim, D Mornin5.Zr0cl, 1. Crzlvvs,
F. Pricc-, li. Crowell, 1. EL-kc-rt, M.
ffllourkc, D. Bathurst, D. Ashcroft.
Left to Right: F. Suylor,
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Chuckran fHead Coachl, WV.
Bellwood 0 Tyrone 32
As the 1957 season got underway, the
Golden Eagles rolled over the Blue Devils for a
32-0 victory. Tony Scordo led the scoring with
three tallies as he rolled up 113 yards in three
carries. Dannaway lugged the pigskin six times
for 67 yards. Vanneman carried three times for
yards. The team as a whole worked together
North Cambria 6 Tyrone 41
The Tyrone Golden Eagles broke a three
year jinx by romping to a 41 to 6 victory over
the Colts. Tyrone scored on the fifth play but
the Colts came back with a 74 yard march and
the score became 7 to 6. At this point the Tyrone
backs went to work, using the long run as Myers
and Dannaway scored twice and Scordo and
Cowher each crossed the final stripe once.
Drake made good five P. A. T.'s. lt was truly a
Lewistown 13 Tyrone 7
The Eagles traveled to Lewistown for their
first loss of the season. The Panthers bottled up
the Eagles offensively. The Panther's scores
came on 90 and 36 yard runs. Tyrone's lone
score came in the last quarter when Tyrone re-
covered a fumble on the Panther's 29 yard line.
Eight plays later, V anneman smashed over from
the one. Drake's placement was good. Powell
took individual honors in rushing with 132 yards.
Dannaway chalked up G7 yards for Tyrone.
First row: L. Drake, R. Tre
nary, D. Gill, J. Cowher, R
Thomas, B. Hicks, B. Dixon
N. Murchison, T. Seordo, -I
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Altoona , . Tyrone
Philipsburg , Tyrone
Moshannon Valley .. 2 Tyrone
VVilliamsport . Tyrone
The Eagles ontrushed the Bearcats. but
fumbles at vital times proved fatal as Hunting-
don came out on top by the score of 19 to 12. lt
was the second straight setback for the Eagles.
An injury to Fred Dannaway. Tyrone fullback.
left the Eagles Without that extra punch. Scordo
defensive play of all-state tackle Lynn Drake
was the best displayed all year.
Chief Logan 6 Tyrone 24
In the opening seconds the Mingoes kicked
off to the Eagles. Tyrone fninbled and a Nlingoe
halfback scooped up the ball and scamp:-red for
the first T. D. But that was not to stop the
Golden Eagles from coming from behind to win
their third game.
Philipsburg 20 Tyrone 13
A fired np Philipsbnrg eleven invaded Cray
Memorial Field and handed the Colden Eagle:
a 20-13 defeat. A bad center and fumbles payed
the Way to the Eagles' third loss. It was a hard
fought game and the blocking and tackling were
crisp on both sides. Cowher snared a T. D. pass
and Vanneman scooted the end from three yards
out with Drake making good one of the place-
and Dannaway each scored for Tyrone. The
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wright. Second row: -I. Greene. C. XValk. NV. Harpster, C. Michaels. B. Clites, N. Maisano.
I Nlyus, l". Iyasile, R. Vanneman. J. Maisano. Al. Scordo. D. W'illiams. Third row: F. O'Ronrke.
xonp, G. Higgins, j. XValk. B. Stcck, C. Calllarclli, D. Miller. S. Patterson, J. Dannaway, T.
ish dl, M. johnson. D. Hagg. Not Pictured: E. Dannaway, D. Smith. H. Carper. B. Cray.
State College 7 Tyrone 6
Once again fumhles caused the Golden
Eagles their fourth setback of the season. A total
of sixteen fumhles was accumulated. Tyrone out-
played State hut lost in the point system. The
last time State College defeated Tyrone at Gray
field was in 1953. 7-0.
Lock Haven 13 Tyrone 13
Tyrone made the long trip to Lock Haven
and had to settle for a 13-13 tie after leading the
Bohcats almost the entire game. XVith 2:32 to
go and the score 13 to 6 in favor of Tyrone a 127
pound quarterback returned a punt 82 yards for
the tying score. It was Tyroneis liest effort since
early in the season. The play of Lynn Drake
was his hest effort all year as he repeatedly
hroke up Lock llavenls running plays, Seordo
and Malcom lohnson shared Tyrone's touch-
down honors as Drake made one of two place-
ments to account for Tyrone's scoring.
Hollidaysburg 27 Tyrone 0
The Tyrone High Golden Eagles suffered
their worst defeat of the year at the hands of
Hollidaysliurgg 27-0 at the county seat with the
Golden Tigers scoring two touchdowns in hoth
the second and fourth quarters. This was
Tyroneis fifth defeat of the season while this ac-
quired for Hollidayshurg an undefeated season.
Clearfield 6 Tyrone 27
The Eagles closed the season in an impres-
sive way as they downed the Clearfield Bisons
27-6. The Eagles revealed early season form lay
rolling up 364 yards to 127 for the opponent.
Fourteen seniors saw action for the last time
under the colors of Tyrone Area High School.
Hohbie Vanneman racked up three touchdowns
and Scordo scored once with Drake making
good three placements. Tyrone finished the
season with a -1-5-1 record.
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First row: 'I'. Miller, C. Crm-lic. B. cJ,Bl'lK'Il, K. Kncclit, T. Vlfaxtson, T. Yingling, ll. Russell, S
Naylor, Ol, Tliolnpson, D. YVikc. Second 1'ow: llurpvr, C. Moors, K. Gilliam, H. Miller -I
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son. C. lxlrlxpatlitlx, Ci. Nl0lI'lSl'ya ,l. lxllnnicl, D. Rlg1jI,ll'lll2lI1, Lyncli. Thirc
row: Mr. Plotclic-1' Ccouclil, S. Fink. C. Stitt, C. Woonivr, E. Bickt-l, D. Huy, j. Tnriuno, S
SfI'j"liCI', K. Mills, C. N1-tl, ll. Kcznnvr. Mr. Hicks lcouclil. Fourth row: T. ClllllSL'l'. S. Nlillcr
C NVolfortl, Vl. Dawson, tl. Long. ul, lilimulvs, B. Fink, R. Kirlipz1triL'li. K. NVQ-ston, 'l'. EL-lit-rt
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TYRONE JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
State Collvgt- 6 Tyrone 16 Bellwood . 0 Tyrone-
Osceola Nlills 0 Tyronc 20 Captain Inc-lc 25 Tyronv
Dlnnizita Valley 0 Tyronc , 19
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Lynn Drake, better known to all
of us as 'iSl11g,D has beeolue famous
aeross the nation as a terrif'ie football
player. The husky 6'2", 225 Tb.
boy, has playecl right taekle on the
T. A. H. S. varsity squad lor tour
years. For two years 41956 tit 1957
seasonsl he has been a I1l0llllN'1' of
the first team AP ancl UP All-State
football team. ln these same two
years he played first team on the
"All 331, sponsored by a Harrisburg
newspaper. His greatest honor per-
haps, eame in the 1957 season when
Slug reeeivetl the news he hacl been
chosen for the All Alneriean Iligh
Sehool team. During the 1956 sea-
son, Slug reeeiyefl Honorable Men-
tion on the salne team. He has
reeeivetl plaques antl trophies for all
these honors. Not only these, but
Slug has been offered scholarships
to colleges zuul universities sueh
as George W'ashington, Penn State,
Southern California, S. M. U., Xllllllll,
and about thirty or forty more. He
has not yet tleeiclecl where he Wants
to go. YVe want to wish you all the
luek in the world for your career,
Whether it be football or not, antl tell
you that we are very proud to be
elassinates of sueh a great athlete.
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First row: S. Cupp, C. Bonsell, C. Baney, M. Burket, S. Berkstresser, L. Carpe-r, D.
Crist, B. Butterhall, C Cree, B. Beschler, L. Bradford, S. Barrett, L. Derman. Second
row: L. Clouser, E. Carper, H. Albright, C. Mertiff, L. Bonsell, Burwell, P. Cunning-
ham, N. Cowher, E. Denny, M. Crawford, I. Conrad, S. Dawson. Third row: B. Bell-
G. Alhright, -I. Cannistraci, C. Bloom, E. Anderson, NV. Ayers, C. Cisney, bl. Eyer, B.
Berkstresser, R. Crawford. Fourth row: R. Bohn, j. Boytim, T. Boyd, D. Batlnirst. A.
Duey, T. Elder, D. Ashcroft, H. Carper, D. Alhright, B. Estright, -I. Cowfer.
First row: P. Kepler, L. Herrington, R. Hull, E. Kirkpatrick, K. Friday, E. Ingram, B.
Fisher, P. Hildebrand, bl. Hooper, M. Gladney, j. Cannistraei. Second row: S. Carner,
M. Fisher, C. Bonsell, M. Ceraei, R. Howard, F. Goodman, C. Harris, M. Koehera. -I.
Kelley, S. Filieky, P. Keith Third row: J. Barber, C. Keller, YV. Harpster, C. Gilliland,
j. Hastings, D. Gilpin, B. Gray, R. Ferguson, B Kustenhauder, D. Grimm, D. Kephart.
Fourth row: M. lohnson, C. Amnierman, C. Hamer, B. Kurtz, D. Heaton, C. Griffith,
L. Fisher, M. Kohuek, M. Fetzer, 1. Koehera. Fifth row: B. GunSalluS, E. Kimherling,
H. Kobuck, B. Henry.
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J First row: K. Liholci, D. Uhrtmun, H. Nlzlyhuv, A. hiL'CiL'ii1lll, tl. Miilvr, F. Kinvh, C. Nlyt-rs, ll.
NIL-Nr-ul, B. Lund, C. Moist, XI. Ncil, L. Lvvinc-. Second row: N. Prough, j. Mr-Clvllaui. ll. Pvtvr-
son, B. Prior-, B. PL-also, D. Pricc, A. Milla-r, D. Nlym-rs. NI. McNIl1ih'n, B. Patton, N. Xlillvr. Third
row: H. l,r1Rosz1, B. Rvciimyvr, I. Naylor, C, Parsons, C. Lvwis. A. Nlr'Ciiii'1-. J. Nh-Cioslwy. IJ.
Nyc-rs, R. Loose-, j. Zincivi, C. Light. Fourth row: E. Aillffili, C. NIcCh-Ili-n, Il. lfikv. -I. l'4ix'liv,
NV. Pint-, lt. Lucas. j. Lykt-ns. Fifth row: -I. NlcNm-il. C. Postrivch. K. Nlillvr, K. Parks, Nl.
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0 X! Bt' XYL'l't1l1Ll1l. .l. Shopp, M. Stviiiw, Il. Stvinhcisvr, D. XXX-aikhlml. Second row: C. Srivtlvig -I. Stoni-
Sq QJ'-'JAZQ -I. Root, Y. Tilivry, A. Uhl, NI. lhisst-ll, E. Hohcrtson, B. Slizirvlx F. Sonvs, P. W'vlc'l1, P. Styx-i's.
an .C JJ W Third row: C. VV11lk, ll. Higglcumn, j. Stroup. H. XYZIIHICIIIZUI, -I. Swuyno. H. Sliildt. NV. Nlillcr, B.
V Lf XVisc-r. H. Ziglcr. NI. SllllllllL'l'S. Fourth row: D. Hoot, -I. Stitt. VV. NVulk. ll. Slmiiufm-lt. D. Sliiltlt.
'J Q' V K. vVLl,QIlOl', B. Smith, F. Zamghi, -I. Zincicl, hl. Sc-ifvr, C. Dry. Fifth l'0VV: C. Smith. C, lilliliimwgvr.
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First row: C. Buss. B. Davis, M. Bryan, B. Crust, S. Burkct, 1. Ilzlllglwlllmrlgli, L. Couch, N. Con-
rzui, j. Donny, j. Bulick, B. DL-un, M. Cnpp. Second row: S. Decker, D. Bonscll, I, Chronistvr, D
Briggs, D. Dnnkcl. N. Bennett, C. Boyd, hl. Conrad, S. Cllristofic, M. Cowlu-1', M. Burnos, E
Cllii-L'1't'iii. Third l'0W: C. Burns, S. Bnrnhznn, Ll. Cl'ilWi:1ll'Ki, B. Bock, B. Broiwvk, B. Billlgillllilll
li. liuronr-r, A. Britton, M. Bradford, AI. EL-kroth, C. Admins. Fourth row: C. C1lfi.C'l'L'lii, B. Clitcs
T. Arnold, j. Czninistruci, C. Coovvr, I. Bull, QI, IJLIIIIIQIVVLIY. -I. Cannpiwii. Al. Cnpp, il. Brvun. ll
-Xclanns, P. Borm-U, D. Bonsc-ll.
nFirst row: rl. Ccruci, V. Frunchio, V. imcnimurg, M. Hznnimriglit, H. Ch-nn, P. Hull, M. CllI'l'kf7ViL'i1, g
1 S. Class, C. Fisher, C. Humor, K. Friday, C. Cunsulius. Second row: E. Kinch, J. Fr:-dc-rick. C. -
,ijflm-k, -I. Crt-vim. L. Hardy, A. Kingywriing, M. Ilillurd, E. Harpstcr, B. Cvblmrt, F. Fiorv, M. Fir-ck.
F , S. Cray. Third row: LB. Kinfstolu S. johnson, j. Ingram, P. KillliJl'1'Hllfl, L. Alzuncs. D. cil'2lVL'S, H. '
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First row: M. Miller, B. Nearhoof, M. McFarland, D. Linn, C. Neat, F. Owens, B. Loose
C. Morrissey, AI. Larnherson, N. LaPorte, M. McClellan, P. Mvers. Second row: A. NCVliIll'
'l'. Marshall, N. Lannen, A. MeCahan, E. Patterson, H. Noll, B. Markle, B. Miller, D. Navloiri
A. Otto, N. Langenhaeher. Third row: D. Morningstar, j. Minelnier, P. Pease, B. Miller, K
Moore. C. Navlor, M. Newlin, P. Nowlin, C. Laird, L. Liner, T. LaPorte. Fourth row: Bi
Miller, J. MeClosky, D. Patton, F. 0'Bourke, D. Maule, I. Maisano, D. Miles, D. Miller G
Miller, C. Michaels, VV. johnson. Fifth row: C. Ellenlx-rQer, B. Metz, C. Miller, B. Meehan, x A
T. Posterieh, S. Patterson, F. Magnotto, K. Lucas, -I. 0,Connell.
' First row: L. Taylor, S. NVestley, P. YVeston, M. Steele, D. Steele, S. VVilllillIlS, D. Spicer. M.
f' Stonehraker, -I. Shellenherger, j. Boss, N. Silnondale, D. VanAllman, D. NVagner. Second row:
W ,I. VVagner, P. Romano, B. Rossman, P. Bice, M. YVhite, M. Bolnano, E. Teeters, B. VVelsh.
iS. Stoniier, S. Savitts, B. Shaw, B. Tower. Third row: B. XVert2, B. Beese. N. Stetter, B.
1 dvIll'11l1Zlllf.fll, B. NVaite, K. Summers, C. Bay, J. Stahl, D. Ston ', L. Westley, C. Ramsey. Fourth
row: B. Snyder, H. Zeigler, -I. Seorrlo, B. Steek, B. Sehaul, . VVaite, B. XVolfe, C. Boclgers.
V1yfjxV1lI'I'Cl'lllCl', P. VVooclring. Fifth row: V. Steinheiser, 1. nnpson,-B. Stimer, D. Shawley.
O rlpiwllb' F. A. Spicer, H. VVhelancl, D. NValker, B. Beinsel id C. xlike, D. Shoppe. Sixth
Dk LW pf nw: C 'einer, B. Sehroek, C. Rutherforddj. N lk. N, ,N
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First row: K. VVagner, D. Fisher, K. Barrett, M. Creenawalt, H. Hand, D. Lannen, P. Brishin,
S. Harpster, B. Fisher, B. Ceist, K. Carclner, E. Hicks, M. Miller. Second row: P. VVeher, P.
Bonsell, C. Skelton, B. Stewart, M. Hoffer, E. Keith, R. Bohn, Pm. Kll1ll7GI'lll'lg, K. Moffatt, D.
Fisher, Bryan, Moist, tl. Cree. Third row: Striker, G. Neff, C. XVatson, C. Croshy,
'll1'0lll'VVlI1C, Bookhammer, L. Philage, S. Bart, P. Brower, M. Lewis, -I. Canlt, B. Markel. Fourth
1'0W':""C'.' Tanner, B. Mooseker, R. Snyder, J. Ferner, B. Homan, D. Foek, E. Nearhoof, C. VVoon1er,
C. Crowell, j. Gates, B. Shildt, P. Updike, K. Shaw.
First row: V. Yingling, Borst, M. NVaple, M. Thomas, R. Bonsell, B. Gibson, B. Barlett, P.
Ross, B. Koener, R. Patterson, G. Ayers, C. Harpster, M. Butterhaugh. Second row: K. Parsons,
K. Newlin, C. Beckwith, B. Lykens, C. Davis, P. Sharer, M. Fink, P. Calclexwoocl, j. Smith, S.
Sprankle, B. Ramsey, j. Carper. Third row: C. Conracl, L. Lake, C. Bloom, D. Bayer, P.
Sehoonmaker, L. Smeltzer, M. jones, J. Harpster, B. Moist, L. Eekley, B. Eniel, -I. Waring. Fourth
row: C. Douglas, Beckwith, B. Beamer, C. VVatson, II. Ferguson, D Smith, B. Hoyne, F. Laircl,
B. Kilmartin, E. Otto. Fifth row: D. Colden, F. Moore, C. Baughman, L. Zeiclers, C. VVaite, A.
johnson, D. McClellan.
First row: C. Fanasc, J. Zanghi, DI. Houck, Ramsey, j. Dean, B. Shultz, D. States, S. Hunter
D. Patton, S. Boss, j. Stantfer, B. Hotten, F. Smith. Second row: L. Stonebraker, J. Ferrari, P
Bilger, L. W'oolfortl, D, Dickson, L. Snyder, I. Dixon, -I. Casper, F. Lewis P Murray H. Snell
lmach. l. Hunter. Third row: -I. Rhodes, C. Moore, A. Steinbeiser, M. Meiehan E. ZillllTIl0I'Ill2ll1-
D. Rhodes, H. NValk, D. Fisher, L. Johnston, C. Moore, j. Holloway, D. Lannen. Fourth row
S. Fink, Al. Smith, H, Smith, D. james, C. Bchrer, -I. VVeaver, D. Harlow, C. Wylancl, B. Frantz
li. Day, L. Corinan. Fifth row: A. Dixon, C. Morrissey, C. Kirtpatrick, E. Bickle, H. Miller
li. Dernnan, C. Mills, A. Miles. Sixth row: C. Stitt, j. Kinnnel, M. Barnes, T. Weston, C
Burget, D. Martz, M. Osterhout, D. Rodgers.
First row: -I. Booklunnlner, M. Briekly, N. Schultz, j. Isenlwerg, A. Bonscl, M. Couch, A. Hagen, B.
YVeavcr, B. Steward, F. Postreich, J. Fox, B. Romano, C, Fleck. Second row: F. Estright, B.
McClellan, j. NVaters, L. Harris, T. Kobuck, J. Beckwith, -I. Fagley, C. Beals, P. Irvin, li. An
tlrews, E. Morrisey, J. Lucas. Third row: B. Myers, K. XVeston, H. Yaudes, R. Ellenlmerger, I.
Bridges, VV. Miller, W. Puitlierforcl, J. Tn1'iano, NV. Schaul, bl. Rhoades, T. Cooper, R. Keller.
Fourth row: D. Stoncluraker, C. Kriclcr, R. Ashcroft, J, Lynch, D. Umholtz, D. Rlgglflliltlll, li
Christofic, D. Scott, R. Ncarhoof, F. Wilson, Gilliam, D. Morrow. Fifth row: I. Carper, j
Myers, R. Laird, A. Bohn, R. Waite, B. Carson, VV. Hartsock, R. Houser.
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First row: Ritter, C. VanAllnian, D. Eyer, C. Wzlite, T. Yingling, E.. Reeder, D. Harlow,
L. Kimberling, Beckwith, S. Bartlebaugh, L. Kennedy, I Parker, J. Dunkle. Second row:
B. Kenny, Snare, H. Haupt, K. McCloskey, N. Ben, M. Price, D. Goss, D. Moore, N. Hagen,
K. Port, B. Getz. Third row: S. Ingram, K. Huff, M. Turnbaugh, V. Hildebrand, L. Wolfe,
L. Stephens, N. Weaver, S. Drake, D. Borgess. Fourth row: H. Peterson, I. Crust, T. Watson
NI. Smith, A. Grey, S. Irvin, R. Houck, P. McNeal, C. Leasure, I. Lykens, V. Stonehrakerj
Fifth Haw: C. Lower, B. Bayer, C. Lykens, M. Kobuek, B Bohenolt, B. Elder, S. Harper.
T. Mi er.
First row: J. Decker, C. McCoy. j. Sessaman, B'l.1Gill2lll1, D. Drake, C. Berkstresser, D
Heiehel, I. Bathurst, j. McMullen. P. Miller, B. Cafferelli, L. Bollinger. Second row: F. Me-
Monagle,'N. XValk, B. Muff, A. Sharer, B. Shaw, T. Seott, B. Branstetter, B. Snyder, C. Pol-
loek, johnson, M. Marshall, E. VVheland. Third row: H. Conrad, B. Parks, S. Estright, B
Kirtpatriek, H. Mingle, B. Perry, B. Yothers, B. Hoover, D. McCloskey, W. Cates, R. Cramer
D. Frye, B. Sharer. Fourth row: D. Little, D. Friday, D. Hedberg, D. Cupper, P. Ziders, VV
Cunningham, D. Weaver, D. Ross, F. Cannistraei, D. Baye, H. Sweitzer, S. Wolfe.
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First row: D. Root, D. Flock, C. Mills, M. Briggs, j. Scrolls. P. NVOOIIICT, bl. Root, C. Gnnsallus
S. VVoonlring, P. Thompson, L. Butlcr, E. Parks. Second row: H. Emory, R. Parks, bl. Snyclvr
C. Baugliman, M. lNIaylinc-, S. Harpstcr, R. Piper, A. Harris, R. Kirtpatrick, H. Miller, C. Bakvr
B. .l0l'lI'IS0lllJilllgll. Third row: B. Koenvr, 1. Miller, D. NVikc, D. Panasiti, Thompson, H
Stem-lc-, E. Carpc-r, K. Fulcomc-r, T. Stahl, A Bayer, AI. Long, R. Kirkpatrick. Fourth row: R
Isvnlmurg, T. Clonsc-r, I. Cornelius, D. NValk, D. Monntz, B. Bratton, VV. NVQ-ax'c-r, B. Patti-rson
B. YVo0clring, L Whclancl, K. Martin, B. Kirkpatrick. Fifth row: R. Fink. H. Golclcn, C
Kriclcr, H. Smith, T. Decker, C. VVyland, C. Richards,
NVolf:-, R. Smith, B. johnson, J. Savitts.
J. NVaitc, VV. Rossman, B. Fink, I.
First row: -I. Smith, -I. Wcaklancl, j. Cowie-r, B. Pricv, A Harris, S. Miller, C. Cassacly, -I
Brinkman. G. Kridc-r, L. Zinclol, 1. Zcrhy, AI. Philingc-r, BI. Sprankcl. Second row: R. Dot-
wilcr, C. Burlcy, B. VVQ-stlvy, K. Port, D. Pvasc, S. Wise. L. Mchlinn, K. Harpstcr, C. Clark
Minglv, B. Bruce, M. VVkllli0l'. Third row: F. Kimlmcrling, D. hVi'2lVi'l', I. Buchanan, S
Hicks, F. Crier, K. Kncc-ht, 1. Dawson, C. Vannm-man, T. Harclv, S. Springer. Fourth row: -I
Housf-r, H. Ccrarhart, E. O'Prourkc, C. Cl1l'OI'IiSlfCl', C. Croc-nc, L. Crampton, A. Ruthorforcl, It
Kvllcr, NV. Ncal, J. Stimcr, 1. Morgan. Fifth row: NI. Griffin, j. Carpe-r, R. Friday, R. Aye-rs
Carpr-r. R. Dvtw' er, H. Bremwman.
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First row: J. Sehopp, D. Bahe, A. Gardner, j. Caffarelli, -I. Miles, E. Mooseker, P. Meredith.
P. WVeaver, D. Bressler, C. McNeal, P. jones, E. Hindshaw. Second row: E. Eckert, G. Taylor,
L. Miller, L. Andrews, B. jones, C. Pearce, C. Buterhaugh, G. Iadarola, B. Fink, G Bonsell,
B. Halhritter. Third row: E. Mc-Kinney, Keemcr, C. Ferguson, A. Shoemaker, S. Baahe.
W. Kaufman, R. Richards, J. Marsden, -I. Waite, W. Shockley, B. VValker, I. Esher. Fourth
row: A. Bohenolt, H. Culbertson, C. McCloskey, R. Scott, Pr. Fleelc, j. Ball, R. Charles, B.
Miller, F. Goodman, S. Arnold, B. Iddings, F. Heaton.
First row: D. Miller, D. Zanghi, B. Stouhfer, WV. NVehh, NV. Shultz, j. Smith, Al. Cupp, -I. Boot,
B. Friday, M. Beckwith, C. Moore, D. Gardner, B. Ncarhoof. Second row: P. Stouffer, N.
Christofie, M. Emery, N. Auker, A. Stienheiser, W Bonsell, P. Motfet, P. Mingle, D. Miller,
D. Taylor, J. Watson, B. McClellan, S. Mountz, -I. Snyder, D. Niel. Third row: D. Robinson,
N. Bell, I. Conrad, D. McNeal, bl. Bookhamcr, D. Berkstresser, O. Snyder, R. Weakland, D.
Markel, B. Parsons, D. Wolfe, P. Savitts, 1. Myers. Fourth row: C. Walters, M. VVcleh, D.
Fink, T. Bohn, K. Ellenherger, L. Mt-Closkey, S. Ingram, T. Goodman, L. Rossman, T. Miller,
F. McFarland, J. Burford, C. Davis. Fifth row: H. Fink, C. Gallagher, R. Zindel, E. Murray,
T. Snyder, M. Miller.
First row: G. Fleck, C. Stonehraker, B. Rhodes, P. Craxier, P. Getz, D. Umholtz, A. Gaines
D. Saylor, B. Seeds, T. Eckert, J. Harmon, C. Bickle, C. Crust. Second row: li. -Iohustou
T. Beckwith, M. Balclauf, D. Alhright, R. Frantz, E. Steel, D. Mills, J. Catich, Davis, C
Ingram, T. Fikc, D. Stoner, -I. Rutherford. Third row: L. Teeters, E. Herlt, B. Baughuiau
C. Snyder, B. Bickle, L. Beckwith, L. Williams, J. Hample, D. Parks, C. Miller, D. Sessluan
M. Loncr. C. Martz, C. Smith. F0u11h row: S. Nttt. E. Christine, B. Bair, M. Pollock, M
Gregger, S. Shawley, K. Wills, I. VV:-yer, B. Liner, M. Shultz, M. Shank, S. Cower, C. Gardner
First row: D. Croshy, T. Crawford, M. Beam. S. Stcck, B. Kustenhauclcr, E. Sager, J. Auuuer-
mau, M. Snyder, T. Zeek, S. Morgan. D. Recd, J. Troutwiue. Second row: -I. Smith, D
Haverstine, C. liiggleman, -I. VVL-hh, C. Decker, Russell, M. Murray, L. Fleck, -I. Kurtz
D. Censimore, S. Kaufman, C. Spraukle. Third row: G. Bodtorf, W. Herrington. P. Herz-r, D
Simondale, B. Hall, J. Bohn, S. Borgess, R. YVooclriug, B Suycler, R. Harpstcr. Fourth row
E. Cory, P. Ross, S. Naylor, B. Neiu, H. Langenhache1', IJ. Parks, B. Clipper, j. Ewing.
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Y 14 X ' Second row: D. Graves flxlilllilglffl, P. Myers, T. Mnrsliull, D. Heaton, j. Martin, F. Dzinnawn
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Willizunshurg ,. ,, . 64 Tyrone . .. H38
Bellwood ,..,.. ,. . . ...49 Tyrone .. . .. .42
VVllll11lDSlJll1'g .,... . . 67 Tyrone ,. . 50
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Bald Eagle 40 Tyrone 42
Tyrone opened its First mountain League game
with u close victory over Bald Eagle 42-40. The game
was close, right down to the last second. Heaton's four
foul shots turned the tide for Tyrone to wind on top of
the score 42-40. Graves was the high scorer with 18
Lewistown 79 Tyrone 55
The Eagles got oft with a slow start while the
Panthers were rolling up the seore. The Eagles hit
rather well on the charity line, hut Lewistown was too
fast and kept hitting eonsistently with jump shots.
Graves was high seorer with 21, while Marshall eou-
trihuted ll points.
Huntingdon 61 Tyrone 50
Tyrone threw a seare into the Huntingdon Beareats.
eoming within three points of overtaking the Beareats
with ahout three and a half minutes remaining, hut
eouldn't stop the Beareats from pouring on the points.
.loe Graves led all seorers with 27 points, while Marshall
and Myers added ll and 9, respeetively.
Bellefonte 58 Tyrone 41
Tyrone onee again got liaek into the win eolumn
hy handing the Red Raiders a 58-41 sethaek. Two
sophomores, Dave Cetz and Tom Marshall were the
spark plugs for the Eagles. Marshall eontrihuted 13
points while Heaton and Crayes seored 11 and 12 to
round out the scoring for the evening.
Philipsburg 64 Tyrone 67
The Mountaineers gave the Eagles a run for their
money. The seoring was elose right down to the last
few seeonds. Graves, Myers, and Heaton made the
donhle hraelcet with 17. 16 and 12 points respeetively.
jump a little higher, Dan!
F. Dannaway, D. Morningrecl, J. Graves.
First row: Cl. Minemier, F. Dannaway, l'. Myers
Second row: C. Long, ll. Graves D. Mornmgred ,
Mount Union 55 Tyrone 71
Tyrone nroved into third plyee nith an easy yietory
oyer Mount Union. The ehaiges of jim Pleteher had
command praelieally the entire game. Tyrone hit eon-
sistently from the outside. Graves was high seerer with
22 points while Xlyers and Heaton eaeh had 12 points
Hollidaysburg 72 Tyrone 30
Hollidayshurg proved to he the lmetter team he-
eause of its towering height. Tyrone was held to the
outside without getting a ehanee to work the hall in for
a good shot to seore heavily during the game. Graves
was high seorer with 11 points.
Bald Eagle 57 Tyrone 50
A hig freeze and a slow start eaused the Eagles to
drop their first game in the seeond eyele. NVhen Tyrone
eame elose, Bald Eagle put on a treele. Graves and
Myers were the only two Tyrone players hitting the
douhle hraeket with 28 and 14 points. respeetixely.
Lewistown 59 Tyrone 62
A great exhihition of determination and will to win
eleared the way for the Eagles to upset the Lewistown
Panthers. Tyront-'s longest lead was five points near
the end of the game. Graves was high seorer with l-1
pointsg while Xlyers and Martin had 12 and 153, re-
Huntingdon 61 Tyrone 45
Tyrone usually shines at the foul line, hut this
night the hosts sank 31 out of 40 attempts while Tyrone
only made 15 of 22:2 attempts. Neither team eould hit
from the field throughout the game. Joe Graves was
high point man with 10 points.
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J. V. BASKETBALL
First row: C. Kirkpatrick, XVatson, D. Miller, Bohn, I. Bryan, R. Sehaul, j. Ball, Mr. Baker
CCoaehD. Second row: C. Mills, P. Miles, J. Ferner, F. O'Rourke, C. Crowell, B. Steek, C,
LTQIH-Cl'l'lll. B. Shaw.
1s It Going to Co In?
G. Long, P. Myers, G. Minemier.
Z?mLQfM fQ57- M58
Philipsburg 53 Tyrone 48
Tyrone's dying ehtort fell short of its goal and the
visiting Mountainecs won 53-48. Tyrone trailed onlv
hy two points going into the fourth period but eouldnit
take over the lead. Heaton and Graves scored 13 and
12 respectively, while Myers scored 10 points.
Mount Union 58 Tyrone 54
Joe Graves led the way with 32 points, hut that
wasnyt enough as Captain jaek poured it on. jim
Pleteheris charges dropped their defenses illlil relaxed
long enough to let Captain -lack cop a 58 to 54 victory.
Bellefonte 49 Tyrone 62
lt was an even game until the fourth quarter with
Bellefonte trailing as mueh as nine points and hy as
little as two. The Eagles zoomed to a 16 point lead in
the last period to pull away from the Red Raiders and
coast to a win. Pep Myers took scoring honors with
Hollidaysburg 54 Tyrone 30
Neither team was too deadly in the first half, but
the County Seaters built up an insurmountable lead by
out-scoring Tyrone 29-17 in the second half. Tyrone
finished the regular season with a 7 win and 13 loss
ledger. Myers and Graves were high scorers with 11
First row: B. Yotlu-rs, F. Estriglit, B. Kirkpatrick, C. NVyluud, T NVatscm, D. Crust, B. W'vz1x'c'1',
Sir. Km-idingn-r fC0z1c-lil. Second row: B. Buy:-r. T. Miller, B. Perry, P. Russ, D. NVQ-ilvm-1', B.
Svwitzn-1', Nl. Futrick. Third row: j. Long, G. Nvii, B. Zimmerman. L. johnson, D. Stoner-
l7l'illii'I', C. Bzmglimzm. B. Cearlmrt, D. Ray.
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. QE ' 'V
First row: C. Hagen, N. lXTiliS2ll10, D. Gill, F. TJZIHIHIVVQIY, WV. Hicks, li. Tl'0Ilill'y, R. rllllllllllh,
T. Scordo. Second row: D. Morningrvd, -I. Gran-s, D. Smith, I. Albright, AI. Mnisimo, xl. Crm-m',
E. ciI'00IlK', G. Scllvrs, Third row: D. Kolmck. C. Niil'lf'Illll'l', R. Vzmm-mam. L. Drake. T.
Boyd, R. Gilpin, P. Myers, N. Kimmel.
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VARSITY YVRESTLINC SQUAD
First row: j. Greene. li. Ilarcly. C. Decker, 'l'. Seorclo, Al. Alhright, B. Hieks. l,. Hagan, ll. Yanne-
man. ll Kolmalx, B. Clites. C. Kliehaels. Second row: C. Hagen Chlanagerl, -I. Nlaisano, -I. Whllk,
,l. Swayne. ID. Gill, Nlr. Smith, fAss't eoaehl, Mr. Xlohney CHQ-acl eoaehl.
Tyrone 42 Captain jack 7 Tyrone 3 Lock Ilaven 45
The Colden Eagle Matmen openecl the season with The Colclen Eagles were snrprisecl hy a fired np
an impressive win over Captain Flaek. liarning falls tor Boheat team anml left the gym as -15-3 losers. Rohhie
Tyrone were: Seonlo, Ilielts, Vanneman. Kohalc, :mtl Vannemam, was the only Eagle grappler to win as he
Swayne. Greene. lleelcer. Hagen ancl Clites won hy cleeisionecl Boh Ueitz 5-l.
lumom Tyrone 8 Lewistown .38
Tyrone macle the long trip to Lewistown ancl eame
haek on the short encl ot a S38-8 score, XVinning for
Tyrone were Tony Seorclo and Hohhie Vannemam.
Charles lleelier was helcl to a flraw with nntlefealteml
Tyrone 8 State College 42
A powerful State College wrestling team ernshetl
the Golden Eagles 42-S. The only winners for Tyrone
were Charles Ueelxer and llohhie Yanneman. Tony
Seorclo was pinnecl for the first time in lglllll' years of
Tyrone 24 DuBois 23
NVinnin,Q six of the eleven honts, with one encling
in a clraw, the Colden Eagles nosecl out the DuBois
Beavers 24-23. Don Kolwnli seorecl a milcl upset when
he helcl Bill Hohh, last yearis Distriet nine ehampion
to a 4-4 cleaclloeli. Seoring falls for 'Tyrone were Seormlo.
Hielcs ancl Vannemzln. while lleelcer ancl XVallc settlecl
Tyrone 19 Bellefonte 32
Laeli of falls meant the cliflierenee as the llecl
Raiders of Bellefonte mlefeatecl the Colden Eagle mat-
men 32-l9. Tyrone won five of the eleven honts hut
eonlcl manage only two falls as eomparecl to six for
Bellefonte. llohhie Vanneman won his sixth straight
SENIOR XVRESTIAERS mateh when he pinnecl Bill Corman. Seorclo reeorcleml
a full for Tyrone ancl cleeisions were seorecl hy Deeker.
C. Deeker, -I. Alhright, B. Hieks. llieks, ancl Kohalq.
SENIOR WRESTLERS SENIOR WRESTLERS
I.. Hagmi, 'I'. Sc-ordo. D Koluak. Left to Right: ID. Gill, C, llagc-n lAilIll2lQi'lfl. ll Ilag
T. Scordo, C. Doc-lu'1', -I. Alln'igl1t, B. Hicks. ll. Kolw
Tyrone I5 Philipsburg 29 VVl'l1SVilit' inatincn liandcd 'l'y1'o11v its 1-igl1tl1 loss of tl1:'
Lusk of .I lwlwy Weight D,-QVU41 tlw downfall of tht. syason. Sgflflllg talls for lyronv wc-rv iJl'L'iil'l: .and
Cowon Eqglcs as they won. dt.h.utQd by A 29-15 Stun.. St-ordo. wlnlc XQIIIIIOIDLIH llllil lxolmak won lay Clt'L'ISlUIlS.
M'i1111i11g tor Tyrono wore -loc Gl'Lli'1l, Cll2ll'lt'S Dvclic-1', Tyl-one 17 Bald Eagle A,-on 26
lony SL-oido. Rolmlm- XAIIIUPIIIQIII. and Don Ixobalt. The Coldcn Eaglk-S Q-1051141 ilu- gr-115011 by losing to
Tyrone 19 Ilollidaysburg 27 Bald Eaglc Arca 26-17. Tlu- only liaglv tall was rv-
XVinning four of thc inatclics liy falls, two in tln- i'ff1'd0fl IW Cl1111'lf'SPvvkv1',llfnw5vf11'fllf1.ll31ll'lllfkslRall-
first pvriod thc HfJlliil2ly'Sl7lll',Lf Colds-n Tigers l'l'l112llllCCl ll'Vilfl'T'i'Vl"l'i31'f Qolllkfl mkH5t'fl'l",.l "m5"'m'lXifllllwi
iindcfvatvd as tlic-y handed thc- Coldvn Eagles a 27-19 'fl'U1V?'l5 tu' 'ml 111f+lf'1 H1 'lla' lull' im "m V l'i'l"l
sctluack. x'iilIHll'll1ilI1 was hold to ll draw lvy Hollidays- 'WON'
i7lll'j.I,S oncv lX'1lll'll Cary Patti-rson. Bill Hicks pulled DISTRICTS
an npsvt as lu- dm-tt-atcd tliv previously nndctoatc-d Miki- , - H , I - , V - .
A 4 V. . 1 - Q 1 . . I lxionm- took .1 tall tt'Lllll to Lon-lt llaxvn lm tl11-
H11-11m'11. Also 111111111151 lol Iyionv wc-lc llvclxci, SL-oido, ' . . 1 .
wflllk ,md Kolmk annual district to111'nan1c-nt. l'o111' local lxoys. C.1'cv111-.
l ' A Dc'clxv1', Sq-ordo and Hicks. 5lll'VlVCCl tin- Dl'l'llllIillill'l4'S2
TYFOIIC 23 Q Q Clqearfleld 26 lint top sc-mln-cl XYLIIIIIUIIIRIII was npsvt. Dvclwr and
5l'01'llT2 21 filll ill ill? filllll llflllf H10 Clvllfiivlll BiS0I1S Scordo also NVOII QIIQIITCI' final IIl2lfL'lIOS. Sq-oido won
1-clgm-cl tln- liaglv gr:1pplQrs 26-23. Falls wt-rc rccordvd
lw Don Koliak llllil Davv Gill. NVinning by dc-visions
wvrc -lov cil'K'1'Ili' and Cliarlvs lJ1'Ciil'l'1 llolilmiv Vannv-
lllllll won by a dc-fanltg S1-ordo held to a draw.
thc Sl'llIl-iiiI1lllS, Ulltllllllljl l1i111 to 1-o111pt1t1' ill tln- finals. llllt
ln' was clm-fc-:1tc-cl ill tln- final llliliCll by 'i1l't'SSil'l' of Statm'
Collm-gc lay a 6-2 da-cision. lfonr YITQTUIIC' liovs fi11isl11'd
with winning 1'c-cords, tl11'y 1lI'l'Z llolmlmic' N'llllll4'lIlllIl
TYYOWL' 16 C1ll'WCI1SVill6 28 lil-0-lg Cliarlcs llcwlivl' SJ-l-lg iiilllly Svordo S-2-l and
By winning fivv of tht- last sown boats thc Cnr- Don Kolwak 7-3-l.
I. V. VVRESTLINC SQUAD
First row: D. NVall4cr iBl2lI12lg'Ol'l, C. Rlltlll'I'i:OIIl, L. Hardy, C. Nlicliacls, j. Swaynv, A. l0lHlSOIl,
L. Criniin. Second row: K. VVvston CManag4-rl. D. Ga1'dnc-r, T. Postriccli. bl. Holloway, Al.
XValk, D. Hagg, J. Maisano.
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A Oz' - CH
6LfLlfL on its f'
First row: P. Boss, P. Cuidvrwood. D. Buyer. I. Sinith. B. Cihson. C. C1n'dnt-r. B. CL-ist. S. Burst. V. Yinghng.
C. Buss. E. Naylor. K. Kimora-. C. Fishs-r. I. Fc-kroth, N. L41Portc.S. N11-Ciuliini. C. Hzinu-r. NI. Ilznnhright. K.
l"ricIz1y. N. Silnondzih-. P. Nlcyvrs. Second row: B. Kihnurtin, K. Parsons. C. Hau'pstt'1'. B. Balrictt. S. Brvun. S.
mist. B. Lylwiis. C. Davis. C. CIIIIISUIIIIS. B. Cm-hhurt. B. NM-rtz. Xl. Ncwhn. P. Cnnninghznn, B. Nlilh-r. Mi. Cow-
hc-r, NI. B:u'nc's. B. NI
ills-r. E. Cui'I'z11'cIli. B. Shaw. If. liohvrtson. NI. McXInIIc-n. -I. Nuylmz Third row: A. Iohn-
sun, A. Otto. P. SI1ill'CI', NI. Fink. S. Troiltwim-. P. Updikc-. S. Burto. B. M:n'kIv, Nl. Lcwis, N. Lniigc-iilxu-I1c'1'. P.
l'mnsL-. IC. Pgxttvrson. S. Bnrnlnun. K. Ncwlin. P. Brown-r. ID. Fishvr. S. Huipstcr. B. Fisher. K. Mofin. B. Davis.
P. Nmxilin. Fourth row: D. Buyvr. L. Lnkt-, C. Bloom. B. Bonst-II. M. Thonnxs. -I. Crm-. UI. Czinlt. K. xV1lj.flll'l'.
E. Hivks. Nl. Nlillvr. P. WR-In-1'. VI. Conrad. S. Swishc-r. XI. Cnpp. C. Postr:-ic-li. -I. I'1C'l'llC'l'. B. Hoinun, C. Mit-lmvls.
Fifth row: C. Douglas. M. -Iont-s. B. Beck. -I. Cute-s. B. Browvll. C. VVCIOIHIJIQ C. Nc-ii. S. Strvkcr. B. Shihlt. B.
ydcr. li. C1n'dnur. P. Nlilvs. AI. Crm-n. L. Hardy. B. Stock, F. 0IBol11'Iw. C. Miiivr. VI. Cuinivhc-II. Sixth row:
Nlr. IJQIDIILINVZIY. P. sL'Il0OlllHilIil'l'. B. Halync. S. Nliilc-r. D. Fon-ht, C. Wlxtsoii. C. YI1tlIll1Cl', B. Snydvr. B. Nioosvkvr.
C. CLlII'ill'K'III. li. Niilh-r. D. Nlznliv. B. Nh-vlmii, -I. Uzilimiwzly, B. Bohn. -I. f:l'LlVVf0l'fI. ID. Patton. T. Postr:-ich.
tj . UMA
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xxu Vklxf' AIS I
A A I
1 T V I
V First row: L. XVilliznns. D. Shildt. M. 0'Bourkc. -I. Port, M. Long. I. Conrad. M
Nt-il. Second row: F. Orinshy. D. II1u'pst01', D. McNzxlIv. D. Crigt. C. SnvcI4'r
D. x'VOUIlR'I', Y. 'l'iIh-ry, S. Dawson. S. Ban'11-tt, N. Xlillcr. Third row: C. Kloist
K. Ci1lIlSilIIl1S. B. BCL-kwith, N. Bnrkct. S. Fivlivky. B. NL'CIilIlf'1xl'. -I. Hooper. P
Hilda-Inmid, L. La-vinv. I. KL-ily. Fourth row: Nl. Crawford. K. Croc. M. Burke-t
E. NIL-Nunl. N. Cowhvr, M. Cladnvy. L. Ilvrrington, B. Patton, C. Bloom. L
Dm-rnnin. Fifth row: T. Boyd. A. Duc-y. P. VRIIIUUIIIRIII. lt. VQIIIIIUIIIQIH. B. Nliiivr
H. Ziegler. A. Nlagnirc, I. Cowfc-r.
Left to Right: S. Stimcr, IJ. Nlyvrs. li. Stm'i11hvisc'l'. S. BK'I'kSfI'L'NSI'l'. NI. l'riu'. lf. NYmu1x
D. llllllkvl. D. Spicvr. Nl. Sfinvr.
'risk row: D. IDIIIIIQUI, B. Nlu1'l'is1-y. P. Styws. D. Briggs, NI. Chvrry. IJ. Myvrs. H. Sim:
vim-r. Second row: S. Cupp, Nl. XYhitw. l'. Spic-vr. li. Fl'1'Cll'iL'h, N. Yollwrs. K. l'!l'ill2lj' I
f:lllllliSll'1li'i. S. lic-1'kst1'm-ssn-13 IC. KiIHI3l'I'liI1g, IC, I3vn11y, C, Burns. Third row: I". Owvns. ID
Str-4-In-. K. clllllllllll. K. Nlinvr. H. Sl'm1c'lm1kcl'. B. ljbilll. Xl. Hallllsy, B. Lmmsm-. ll. Nvalcl, I
l'1't'tl'l'S. Fourth row: M. Rlllllilllfl, N. NYz1itv. l". W'vuvv1'. S. Dc-un, S. Stimvr, P. KilIlIJl'l'lIll
C. Huy, l.. CUHQI1. Fifth row: S. XVilliz1n1s. P. I.:-c-pvr. NI. Nloorv, li. TXI1lI'kl'l, -I. lfink. l
'Yl'Ylillg, P. IJl'1l5Q'. Nl. Siimvr.
, Q rf? jmfwre .Zac em
First row: -I. Bvll, 1. Hoot, D. Uhrlman, Y. Tillcry, C. VVQ-stlvy, M. Burkvt, 1. Kvplcr. Second
row: M. St0I1Cl7l'2lkCl', C. Bloom. P. Bowscr, H. Hull. B. Millcr, j. Martin.
l lflfffflflng lflflnifeif
First row: L. Ch-nn, I. Hoopc-1'. B. Bvckwith, C. Snydvr, N. Klillcr. xl. Conrad, KI. NIURIIIIICI1
Second row: E. Rohm-rtscm, S. Mnftct, A. Fiore, B. Ha11'pstf-r, N. Burke-t, D. VVuo1ne-1', M
Cllndm-y, N. Hitt-lu-y, S. Burrm-tt. S. Dawson. Third row: F. Souvs. L. Friday, -I. Snvitts, NI
Km-lwlul. L. Bradford. C. Naylor, L. C4-ist, L. Dc-rumn, -I. Port. Fourth row: L. Ht'YI'iI1gtl7Il
K. Cunsullus, P. VVhitv, D. Culdcrwood, AI. Fisher. M. Richards, B. Nc-dimyc-r, M. Long. E
Nh-Nulll. Fifth row: B. Sll2l1'L'l'. P. Cllllllillgllillll, B. Patton, N. Cowhcr. P. Hildchrimd.
-I. Barber, C. Ammerman
l u in
First row: j. Beals, j. VVeston, S. Barone, A. Leach, J. Parker, L. Blanchard, S. Fagley, -I.
Bonsell, C. Clark. Second row: Miss Hieks, NV. Nearhoof, H. Goss, D. Mills, B. XVklI'fCllCl0I',
Ohrtman, j. Savitts, J. Plisinski, A. Idarola, G. Naylor, C. Smith, Mrs. Campbell. Third row:
M. Kohuek, F. Saylor, K. Lihold, D. Ohrtman, ,I Bell, R. Mayhue, S. Zanghi, B. Fisher, A.
Frye, P. Kepler, E. Bonsell, S. Cupp, C. Thomas. Fourth row: C Albright, L. Carper, B,
Butterhangh, P. Keith, V. Barley, Wrye, P. Wertman, E. Gallagher, A. Uhl. Fifth row:
S. Anderson, S. Rorahaugh, I. Boot, A. McClellan, N. Prough, I. McClellan, H. Peterson, M.
A. Ceraci, N. Goodman, A. Howard.
First row: D. Ashcroft, B. Hicks. H
Snvclc-r, E. Gulluglic-1'. Second row
D.. Nh-Nuilv, j. XVL-sion. C. Cuppcr.
M, Cluchicy, A. Uhl. D. Iiilclchruild
Third row: B. Buyvr, j. NVilson, F
W'c'a1vvr. C. Postrcich. ll. Ashcroft
First row: xV2lgI1L'l', N. Yothc-rs, li.
l"1'a-cle-1'ic-k, M. lizilmvy, D. Briggs. L.
Couvh. Nl. Stom'h1'ukm-1', B. Donn.
Second row: K. Cummo, xl. Port, C.
Xloisi, N. VVuitu. N, liitclicy, li.
Lu-pw. Nl. Nloorc, S. Cupp, K. Xlil-
lcr, Nl. XVhih-. Third row: Xl.
CI'2lNX'i:lJl'ii. I". xVi'2lYl'1', B. NIo1'1'isu-y.
D. iJllllkl'i., D. Spiu-r. P. Myvrs, Nl.
Cha-rrp, C. lilly. D. Stvvh-. Fourth
row: ID. IIiilil'i7lilll1ii, C. Cuppvr. H.
Xlzzrks-I, R. Stit'lli7iSt'l'. KI. llvrlt. R.
Nlarrkvl, L. Nu-vliug. Fifth row: D.
Slnilflt. li. listrighf. P. Nlyvrs. L.
llraliiv. Niilfiill. C. Nlilh-r.
X 'XJ X px
First row: AI. Hoot, K. Lihold. B. Fishur. Nl. Gludncy, IC. Ingnun. L. Clousvr. AI Book
ll. Hamel. C. Nuxd. A. Kimhcriing. Second row: IQ. Kim-h. S Barra-tt. E. fXlc'iXIl1ih-li 'X Str tt
I, Slim-llcnlmvrgm-r, I. Hows. E. Iluqvstm-1'. NI. O'Rourkm-. Third row: S. l3llI'l'iK'tEN,'
ilolxllmiigh. IJ. Daivis. P. YVcich. B. YVvrtz. D. Str-t-lv. A. Otto.
J 52? W1
First row: L. llrukv. P. Xlyvrs. IJ.
l"rym', U. Smith. Second row: L.
Grimm. XV. Fimwii. C. llvckcly A,
Spiuvr. CZ. Nvili. Third row: C. Mor-
rissvv. -I. Nh-Closkvy, vl. xV1ltl'l'S. -I.
Pwr-kwith. H. Bohn. Mr. Lz1l'ortc
11.111411-1'5. Fourth row: C. Flock. C.
Ury. S. Ih-aldings. B. Mc-tx.
VF' First row: P. Browvr, E. Naylor, lf. lJ:111111ux'uy, ll. Xlillllllllllilll, D. Cc-tx. Second row: T. Scott
I U. lic-ml. -I. Clitvs, S. Nlillvr, Nl. BlIttC'l'l'ILlllQll, AI. Chronistvr, D. Stonor. T. Sn-orclo. T. Clousm-r
Third row: -I. Zzlnghi. M. Pollack, -I. B00kil1llllL'1', A. Gaines, N. Cowhvr, C. Bloom, D XVUUIIIUI'
S. Iluyvs. N. xllII'ClliSOD, B. Wolfv. Fourth row: E. 0'Rourko. T. Coopvr. C. Cilil1l'l't'lli. G
Nl Crown-ll. ll. IDCTIIILIII, K. Ylllglic-r, -I. Stroup, P. Myers, NV. I"Ikll'17litt'l'.
X .14Mf.,7f7f,.-..'fffff2Qf Z6
fl f",f'Qr'.c'f ffldam r
3 it fn enf nw ey UL .
First row: C. Niincmicr, UI. Crzlvvs, Al. Et-kvrt, R. Thomas. li. Vanncxnzm, P. XVHITDCIHQIIT, N
hlllI'L'lTlS01l. Second row: Xl. fYR0llI'liC, hi. Martin. -I. XVilS01l, E. fil'Ct'lll'. .I Philugc, C. 1301-km
A. Halt-, L. Hardy, -I. CllAt'l'Ul', L. Spikvr, G. St-Ill-rs. Third row: T. Elclm-r, -I. Boytim. Al
Swnym-. I". lJ1lllll1lNV2ly, D. Gill, H. Gilpin. J. llustingm, Al. Clllll13lJl'll, L Drake. Fourth row
NI. Luke-. li. Crowell, L. XVilliums, Cl. lost1'ic-cll, D. Ci2lI'IT11L'I', I. Brvam, T. LklPOI'tl'. F. O'Hourkc-
B. Stn-uk. Fifth row: D. xlU1'Illl1gI'i'Cl, -I. Stroup, -I. Scorclof C. Miller, L. Knox. xl. CI'llXK'liK?l'Cl
B. Bt-ck, j. Ilrynciu. Sixth row: C. Long. C. Cl2lilil'I'l'lll, D Mille-r. L. VVolvsla1glc-. T. Post
rim-lr. P. VVooclring.
First row: D, McNally, 1. Weston, M. Richards, N. Wait H. ' yder. Second row: P.
VVhitc, L. Glenn, S. Moffet, L. Blanclulrd, . Geist, cu . Third ro : DI. Beals,
BI. Stone-hrakcr, P. Bowser, D. wV00l11Cl', C. dc .
If X, ,SA
amor ra - A - y 0r ML - ,M
First row: M. McMullen, P. Hildebrand, A. McClellan, L. Derman, C. Thomas. Second
row: B. Butterbaugh, G. Albright, C. Anderson, 1. Burwcll, B. Weston, L. Czirpcr, C.
Bonscll. Third row: J. McClellan, N. Prough, H. Peterson, I. Root, j. Bell, S. Dawson,
First row: Ilzupstcr, K. Burr:-tt, K. Harpstcr, C. XYQIIIIIPIIIZIIL V. Yingling. Second row: Nlr. Pricc, D. Fry, C.
Conrad, S. Hicks, D. Panralsiti, M. Millvr, L. Bollingcr, bl. Bhodcs, K. NVug1u-r, T. Kobuck, B. NVoodring, T. Scott,
P. XVomnvr, XV. Neil, H. Mingic. Third row: DI. BllCkilIl1lIl, L. Crznnpton, B. Stcwnrt, P. Czxldcrwood, B. Bur-
lr-tt, S. Bulnscy, Nl. VVa1lkcr, C. Hzlrpstvr, P. XVchcr, D. Fishc-r, B. Putt:-1'son. B. Conn-r, YV. O'Briun, B. Coil.
Fourth row: B. Cui'fc1'cHi. J. Clitcs, NI. Kobuck. L. Luke, C. Bloom, C. Billljlillllilll, L. Snydvr, E. O'Bourkv, E
Zilnlncrnlun. D. Cuppcr, C. Crown-il, L. johnson. K. Ixlurtin, T. Yingling. Fifth row: K. Hoff, L. Kil11i3l'l'iiIlj.f.
K. XVikr-, S. XVc-iss, C. Cnrdncr, B. Cc-ist, M. Marrslmll, D. Hvickcl, D. Focht. E. Ncarhoof, C. XVOUIUCT, 'I'-
Coopcr. B. Hoync, B. Bair, Fuglz-y. Sixth row: -I. Fox, B. Ncnrhoof, C. Nc-if, S. Stryker, F. Estright. B. Dm'-
mzln, D. i'1iSilCl'. I. Smith, A. johnson, E. Bicklv, H. Nlillvr, K. Cillzrm, H. Ynudcs. B. Sham-1'.
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First row: L. Friday, D. cj2liCi0I'VVOOd, P. Bowser, 'rst row: L. Hardy, L. Lincr, 1. Czunphell, C
N. Bitchey, C. Crcc. Second row: C. Minn-inicr. I A Ni -r, Mrs. johnson fDirr-ctrcssj. Second row
D. L2lZCl'ilfi01l, T. Dawson, J. Cowlicr. ' , '. '. huns T. LZIPOITQ F. Iavusilc-
mf, C, AQ , , , 3
1 awford, L. Knox. Third row: T. Postrcicli, B
. ydcr, 1. Mincmier, D. Getz, -I. Hryncin.
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First row: Nl. Rim-lu11'cls, D. VVOOIIIIT, L. CL-ist. B. Bl'SL'Illl'I'. K. Crm-0, ID. Ilmpstn-1', H. Snyclvr, Al. l3lll'XYl'H. B.
l"islu'1'. VI. Fislwlg S. Nlolfvt, L. Flimlaly. Second row: -I. W'illizuns. j. Hastings, ID. c:2llill'TNX'0lKl, H. Slmrw. Xl.
Long. Ii. NIL-Xuul, P. Bowscr, D. McNally L. Blum-lmrcl. N. Xlillvr. li. Hull. Nlrs. JOlIIlSOllfillSfl'llL'tUl'. Tllird
row: C. xIiIlK'lllil'I', ll. 'l'l1onu1s. D. LilZl'I'Llti0H, -I. Cowlwr. 'lf llzlwsrzbl ll. xlUl'llillf.fI'L'll, lf. Sonvs. C. Dm-1111. I.
lCclw1'f. J. c:l'2lXl'S, 'l'. Eldvr. D. Kl'1Jl12ll't, B. Cllnsulllls. ' I
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B. Sll2ll'UI', IJ. NIcN:11ly. ll. Burwc-ll, K. Crm-. L. First row: C. Cuxlsullus. IC. Naylor. Xl. Nvwxn
Gvist, Il. SIIYCIOY, Nl. Rh-l1z11'cls. D. Iflurpstc-r, NI. Second row: l'.P1-asm-. M. Hnn1ln'igl1t.Cl. llauncr
Nlmwow. C. Buss. j. Eckrotln, P. Nlorrow.
First row: S. lluwson, L. IJC'Iillllll1 S
NV111'1'c'1rclv1'. C. Allmriglxt. xl. Iiurwabl ,. L
Second row: N, Xlillur. Xl. X1-il' ,
hlolnisun. Third row: ..
ya vr. x. us L Q. mir.
XI. f,'H1Jlll'ii4', -I. lIickS. '. Vilflil
Sunvs. 'lf Dzmwn. C. -Xria ns. lilpi 1.
s. L. l"r'i1l11x'. Xl. Hclmcrlin
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ski, Xl. Stmic-lx1'uiw1'. 5. "argl
n L. La-i'im-, j. Kvlly, lI'OlIg'il, B. Nl'4liIllj'l'I'. I
1 Eicivr. D. Lille-ration, C. Nlinvinivr, C. Snydvr
l1l'l', Nl. Clzrrlm-V, L. Cr-ist. Fifth row: D. XlUl'IlillQl"
."xlh row: C. Dann, j. Ea-kvrt, li. XVlritc-, R. Crrmwr
Hier, A. Lcwis. -I. Crcc, C. Cllppvr. A. Ulrl, Nlrs.
. ng, E. Xlc-Nuul. P. Bowsvr. IJ. Culmivlwvomi, H.
Mc-Nuiiv, Ki. C1'zlwfo1'cl. Nl. liiCil2lI'CiS. Fourth row: M
ilJVViIl'l'. -. cil'klYL'S, B. Stvcii. F. lvusiicf. C. llalgm-11, lf, X
Root. D. cyftlllilll, B. Fislu-r, P. VVhitv, D. Davis. B. K '
E Ciilii2lQi1t'l', N. Ritclwv, B. 131'SL'llil'l', D. NVoo1nvr. GN CU
. , f f 96
I ui.-S fqx.
' 1-1'. L. YVilli1nns, UI. Hrynciu, T. LzrPorlc, T. Post- -' -L J
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First row: S. Buss. Nl. Bryan. S. Class. L. Pakttcrsmi. H. Clvnn. N. Lziprvrtc, rXIL'ClL'lIlll1, C. 1 iii?
llaunvlx NI. iIilllli1l'iLfi1i, j. lickrntli. Xlrs. -'0iIIlSOIl. Second row: B. Davis, D, Lynn, Lunncn. "
B. Ccplmrt, -I. Curisullns. P. Xowlin. K. Nlonrc. Nl. Ilillurci. B. Town-r,XB, Kingston,fS. Iolmson. ', '
Tllird row: X. L2lllgt'lli7il1'iiCI', S. BlIl'I'lilill1l. P. Pm lsr ,I Conrul D. Vain Allman, K. Fricluy, li. . X
Nikll'iiL'L B. Niillcr. C. i'ii5ilL'l'. B. Naylor. NI. Nvwlin. li. Turnbzlugh.
First row: V. Yingling, S. Horst. Nl. Crcvnawalt K. Barrett, B. Barh-tt, M. NYaph, l'. Caidc-rwood
S. Harpstcr, B. Fishvr, B. Cvist. Nl. Bnttc-rhangh, Miss W'oomvr. Second row: L. l.aiw. Xl. Fink
C. Ifanasv, L. Stom-hrakvr. C. Har Jstcr, -I. Smith, II. Crm-c-, K. Rloiiia, D. Fishvr. K. Parsons, M
Thomas. Third row: D. For-ht, I. Fagh-y, C. XVatson, P. Silt'tll'l'l', K. Nvwlin, I'. B1'mvcr, C. Croshy
I. Canlt, l'. XVoh4-r, K. NVagnvr, Fourth row: C. Nt-HQ li. Dm-rinan, NV. Bm-aim-r. II. Nlillvr. C
IVoonicr. I. Catcs. E. Zimmerman, C. Crowell. II. Smith.
K. Harpstvr, C. Vanncman, S. Springer, P. XVOOIIIQII N. VValk. F. Nlchicmxiaiglv. IJ.
Ht-it-kc-l, D. Harlowt-, I. Bathurst, L. Kimhcrling. R. Parks. XV. Nt-il, Miss NVoo1nu1', Second row:
XI. NValiu'r. B. Bl'llL't', S. Cassady. S. Mivnglc, C. Clark. VI. BIICKLIIIQIII. C. Romano, K. HoH', Xl.
D. lcasv, C. Lakv, I. Smith. Third row: IJ. Hiivman, B. Snyder, S. Nlilhir, F. Cricr.
l.. Nh-Minn, S. Drakv, P. ML-Neil, -I. Clitcs, H. Cramc-r, B. O'Bris-n. Fourth row: C.
, . , .
Burl:-V. H. Ct-arha1't. I. Dawson, T. Hardy, 'l. Watson, C. C:I't't'l1t', IJ. VVL-aw-r.
First row: P. Moffct, P. Ioncs, D. Babe, P. Mcrcdcth, C. McNeal. H. Richards, B. Halhrittcr, E
Nloosckor, I. NVt-yer, Miss YVoomcr. Second row: D. Mille-r, B. jonvs. I. Marsdc-n, -I. Milos, B
Fink, A. Gardner, C. Pearce, ,I. VVaitc-, C. Bodtorf. Third row: D. Croshy, C. Butcrhaugh, C
T'1'lor L Nlilivr NI Rrim L Andrcxw E E -kurt C Mille-r I NVcll Fourth row: S
- .5, ..',i. c.,. "., .VL ,J. ,..'-U.
09 Niartin, S. Kaufman, D. Ce-nsimorv, S. Ste-ck, M. Snyder, Hyndshaw, S. Raahc-, D. Recd.
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First row: D. Getz, J. Dannaway, B. Burkct, j. Pavlic, G. Cililland, G. Sellers. Second row:
J. Pavone, j. Stroup, E. Grccnc, j. Albright, T. Scorclo, W. Hurpster, B. Gilpin, T. Boyd.
Third row: Mr. Smith, P. Hunter, D. Spauhling, J. Perry, B. Bilger, -I. Houser, F. Daunaway,
Mr. Stonchruker, P. Sellers, Mr. Lz1Porte.
62 Mr. Gorman flnstructorl, B. Crawford, K. Cree, Mr. Czap Clnstructorb.
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Left to right: NI. 'l'rmtlC. Il. Nlnfla.
Left to right: R. Urlxan, A. Enwl, .l.
First row: C. lilll11l5l'l'j.fl'l', C. Cillilancl, BI. Trostlc, fu. Hayes, -I. Human, L. liislu-r. li.
Crawfnrcl, Second row: V. Stn-inlx-isvr, ll. Emcl, F. Crust, R. Urlman, R. l'ii'l'f.fllSOll,
i Riu Third row: II. Houck. IJ. Morningstar, .l. 'l'l1ompson, QI. NlcCloslivy, C.
A Q .--
Left to right: C. Dc-L-kelly C. Housc-r.
T. Yvugcr, C. Svllc-rs. Turning
pivcc of uns-tal in 11 lutlio.
Left to right: P. lhnnscy, j. Pliilugc-
E. Zinnncrinun, D. Fink. Milling ai
jul: on ai milling mzicliins-.
Left fo right: H. Avvrs, L. Hzigcn
T. Shultz. llc-moving tlic- pun.
Left to right: P. Hurpstc-r, li. Kiln
lun-rling, F. Som-S. H. Ruling. Clin-cli
ing il coil,
Left to right: -lim Albright, Bob H11-
lu-rt, Ed Mc'Alvx'y, Clurc-ucv Hll,LIi'l1.
Left: Tom Dawson. Right: Nick
Left to right: D. Ilannvr, j. W'a1tsm1
Left to right: P. Snydvr. li. lligglm
Seated: J. Fishcr, L. Blancllurd, M. Morrow. Standing:
N. Murchison, P. Vaumcmzm, -I. Hicks.
Albright, James Lee "Jim" Vocational
Football 1, 2, 85 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Falcon 33 Varsity Club 1,
2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 85 Photo Club 1.
Jim's ambition is to become an electrical engineer . . . His best pals
are Pep, Dave, Tony, and Nick . . . His pet peeve is playing five
hundred, "NVonder why???" . . . His worst fault is getting in dutch
with H. S .... His special achievement is going with Miss Tyrone!!
. . . Jim's favorite pastime is sports, or is it???
Ayers, Robert "Bob" Vocational
Bolfs a cowboy, but hates Mercurys . . . Slaves away at Herringtoifs
. . . another Daniel Boone?? He hunts . . . aims to be a big
success! Good luc Bob!!
arle Q a re "Lar " Academic
restlin -5 Key b 2, L' Club 1.
ves to p thin at ' 's art aleck" girls, he-'s not
onelgl . . A fu re a to ' er, ashes windows at Fink's
Drugb tore, which l clain ' est i town.
Bames, William "Bill" Academic
Basketball lg Spokesman 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 33 Photog-
raphy Club 1.
"Gooiin oft" is worst fault . . . another conceited girl hater!! Claims
Elmer, Joe, and Fern as best pals . . . plans to be a flyhoy . . . loves
eating and salts everything. -
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GW .M X
Barone,' hir ey9Axmg ,Sk . B'fBazook', Commercial
. , K
mmereial Cluhgg 35 G ' ' de,'Oilice Worker. .' K J
Drivin 'Qds ratebliq e cially to Northwood!! . . . Dis- ' f
likes boys wlme mg. their le ' . . . Hopes to be a secretary to a I,
big handsome xec. XJ ,.
Beals, Judith Ann "Judy" Commercial in
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Library Club 1, 2, Girls Chorus lg Com-
mercial Club 2, 3.
Another secretary . . . Cracks gum all the time fthe boss wmi't like
thatj . . . Judy, Alice, and Arleen rate . . . This girl hates con- f --
ceited people in general. 'Y ' ' ---
Beckwith, Bemice Academic
Spanish Club 2, 3, F.N. A. 1, 2, 3.
A future medical missionary, will make a terrific one! . . . Quite
talented, plays accordion and piano . . . Writes letters all the time
. . . To whom???? . . . Chunis with Frances and Kathy and hates
slang and smoking.
Beckwith, LeRoy A. "Becky" General
Here's a professional Romeo! although he insists that junior girls
are his pet peeve . . . He and Fred just don't agree on eligible
females . . . Wants to be a man, but has a distaste for work Cwho
doesn't?j . . . loves eating.
Blanchard, Laura Ella "Noodle" General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, Falcon 3, Band 1, 2. 23,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir 3, Latin Club 15 Girls, Chorus lg
Commercial Club 2, 3, Y.C.C. 1, 2, 3.
Hers-'s a day dreamer with a nasty tongue . . . Dreams of being a
secretary . . . possibly at Clasters!!!! Pals with Dan?, Deb, Marie,
Hope, and Donna . . . With this gal, guns and two-faced people
don't rate . . . Cute dimples.
Bonsell, Judith Ann "Judy" Commercial
Girls Chorus 1, Commercial Club 3.
Many chums! Gayle, Jo, Joyce, Nancy, and Gerry??? . . . Digs
that cool radio . . . Goes for lots of sleep . . . also an enemy of
,..,..,.. .V , . ,
Bonsell, Kenneth Hayes
Football 1, 25 Varsity Club 25 Track 1, 2.
Ken claims his worst fault is poor driving . . . a cowboy huh? . . .
wants to be a photographer . . . baseball occupies his spare time
. . . math just isn't his sport.
Bowser, Polly jo "P. J." Aeademie
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Spokesman 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Mixed
Chorus 2, 35 Choir 35 F.'1'.A. 2, 3g Octet 3.
Never on time . . . nose pulling peeyes her Know who would do
such a thing?l . . . can, frequently, be seen with her chauffeur and
shadow "Dicebo', in a black Olds.
Buek, Janet Louise "Janine" Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 25 Latin Club 15 Girls' Cho-
rus 15 Science Club 2, 3.
A brain . . . loves science courses land instructors! . . . talks and
talks . . . worthy Advisor of the "Ho" Cirls . . . hunts, pals with
.Io and Sherrill, and plays piano . . . is a quiz kid.
Burket. Naney Lee A'Nancy" Aeademie
Spanish Club 2. 35 F. N. A. 1. 2.
A future Clara Barton . . . day dreams about too niueh honiework
. . . on the labor battalion at Myer's Restaurant . . . usually late.
but always prompt with those history notes Anna, Jane, and
Dolores are tops with her.
Burket, Robert Crawford "Bob" Aeademie
NVrestling lg Key Club 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3g Choir
3: Baseball 2, 35 Latin Club Ig Photography Club lg Boys'
Bolfs a farmer . . . raises beef. pigs, and dairy calves . . . loves to
sleep in . . . claims membership on State Dairy Judging Team as
greatest achievement . . . slaves away at school and at the farm
. . . hates girls that smoke.
"Little Boy" Vocational Ag.
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Calderwood. Donna ,lean
Falcon 3g Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Choir 2, 35 Cbttrle idmg 1 7 3
Latin Club 15 Ensemble lg Student Council 1 1' N A 1 '7
Girls' Chonis 1g Octet 2, 3g Youth Center founcll 7 3
Gibis girl . . , a terrific pianist . . . doesn't study enough CI nondti
why?Q . . . Sally, Lynne, and Jean rate-snobs don V sum'
her money for some unusual debts she will owtl
Cannistraci, Gene K'Dagio" Votationil
Hopes to be a big success . . . never late? . . , o ts to get up n
the morning? . . . a mighty hunter . . . paid cash 1 nutd it Sluth
Sunoeol for his hot rod.
Cherry, Millieent Kaye 'tMillie" Not Home Ft
Basketball 1, 35 Art Club 3, Home Ee. Clum 3 Fi s
A jealous Home Ee. Club 'presidente' . . . bopts to miks 11 n
happy . . . skates, but show off skaters peeve her nsiln It 1
and Joyce are buddies.
Clark, Carol Ann "Bu1my" Commercial
Commercial Club 2, 3.
Desires to wear that Airline blue . . . never on tint usuillx
daydreaming tabout whom?l
. . . always cracking gum .
Cowher, james L.
red hot temper,
"Jiin', C entr il
Football 1, 2, 13, Basketball 1, Mixed Chorus 1 7 3 Choir 1
Varsity Club Ig Track 2, 35 Spanish Club 7 Boys Chorus l
Can hardly wait to leave T. A. H. S. .- . . swinlnnng lu sk xtiu 1
eating, and sleeping are tavorite pastimes . . it dv vu s
taboo, but girls in general are acceptable ttasciuitzi quirk
with the wise eraeks.
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lXaney, Carole lt ind bovs ritt
Crowell, Ray jules "Ray" Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, Photography Club 1.
Cars are his fascination . . . dreams of owning a new Desoto-
Plymouth Garage . . . another enemy of those poor conceited peo-
ple . . . Pals with Glenn. Bob, jim, Fem, and Tom.
Crust, Fred W. "Fred" Vocational Ag.
Basketball 1, 25, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
A future famier is Fred . . . he's overjoyed to have made it to
twelfth grade . . . loves to run around with Sam and jim in his
worst fault, the car . . . labors on the old fann.
Cupp, Sara Louise "Sallie" Voc. Home Ee.
Art Club 3, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Sally always seems to be worrying about nothing . . . Claims
Millie, Annie, Rhoda, and Nan as best friends . . . becoming a
telephone operator in Philly tops her list of dreams . . . she's a
radio and record fiend.
Clipper, M. Constance "Connie" Academic
Mixed Chorus 3, Art Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 1, 2,
Photography Club 2, 8, Girls' Chorus 1.
Connie has a laugh and a smile that's hard to beat . . . She's an
oil painter and Sunday school teacher, too . . . Edls her beau . . .
she talks a lot and brothers get in her hair . . . Connie can hardly
wait to graduate,
Da way re GZ ,Le up "F I
Ciiiogiall 2, 3, Basflcethall 1, 2, 3, Kay lub 1, 2, 3, V rsity
, 1 3, se 2, 3,"Lat' 1, Student C cil
ll QLL4 ' V , 1,
Q sta1 y sw . ' udent council e dent he is and
. ,16-v. . . . a meer who lo tossaiep te . . .
Becky and Ron rate . . . jan never listens a ' eeves.
Davis, Donna Jean "Donna" General
Band 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Library Club 3, Latin Club
2, F. N. A. 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1.
Awaiting for a certain sailor is Donna . . . to a business school she's
bound . . . loves to eat . . . chums are Emma Lee, Peachy, and
Donna . . . conceited people are out.
Dawson, Gilbert Thomas "Lazy Tom" Vocational
Football 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus
1, Octet 3.
Here's an energetic .fella . . . stays out late . . . a future electronics
expert . . . hates history, loves food . . . can be seen slaying away
Dean, Glenn Ivan Thomas "Sonny', Academic
Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, S, Choir 2, 8, Latin Club 1,
2, Photography Club 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 1.
Glenn's a musician at heart . . . aspires to be an orchestra and
choral conductor . . . 1ust can't seem to find that perfect daniel?
. . . digs that long hair music . . . coins as well as records he collects.
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',,l2P9Ilk4Ll5xflf'B,JlH ,ull "Curly" General
,glare 1 '35, Hjhnegac. Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 1, 2.
X, oifwear " ol lfjwedding ring is her aim fwonder whose?J . . .
I of' a12ge'. . . Anna Marie, Donna, and Sally rate . ,
, ,VY Pj arrpjn, oo,
' D9ckYl'v C i "C arl'e,' Vocational
' 3. en C 'f "p,.. 4 . wi
if J "1 p , .-. although
sno 1 girls - desprses, he's a man hu . . . Can he seen
A n th hot -ard:-ier 1ck.
Dickson, Esther Jane "E stheri' Clerical
A pizza lover, bot dogs, too. . . . claims she works at home . . .
a midnight snack fan ther worst fault?D . . . Jean, Carol, and Rhoda
share her fun.
Dillon, Carol Ann "Carol', Academic
Latin Club l, 2.5 F,N.A. 1, 2.
Carol's a blond who aspires to be a beautician . . . pals with Jean
and Esther . . . girls who aim too high miss her list . . . but Jim
doesn't . . . she talks, too.
Dixon, William Vocational
Football 2, S3.
Bill's a gridiron hero . . . loves a good but whirlpool bath . . .
slaves away at school . . . aims to graduate and become a father
. . . dissatisfied girls peeve him.
Drake Lynn ewis 1 A ' ug" eneral
P if ,9-s 16251, 1,2,s,
. lub .., 3, Track, 1, ' , 3, cliool 1 35
tuclent Com ' 1, .
S m th . . . . . asgir ' T.,A.H. '.
.nt ' . . , . ' ir , , y ' ' all Jract' e
he usuall is '. . LATE .e, is e mid li , .i
somebod e ?? X , .3
Eckert, James "Jim" Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Choir
35 Latin Club lg Photography Club lg Boys' Chorus l.
A future midsbipman is be and an ex-attorney general . . . to district
band and Keystone camp he's been . . . Grier, too. . . . He's ,1
Emel, Richard Franklin "Dickey,' Voc. Ag.
F. F .A.
Glassworking or farming is his dream . . . would rather hunt or
lish than study . , . specializes in chicken raising , . . Bill and
Fagley, Sherrill Jean Commercial
Spokesman 2, 33 Falcon 35 Mixed Chorus S, Girls' Chorus lg
Commercial Club 2,
Sberrill's a Liberace, pianist . . . secretary to a millionaire tops her
aspirations . . . stuck up people rate Way clown . . . full of gals
and wants to be a great big success . . . Pals with Janet, Florence, and
Fink, David E. "Dave" Vocational
Book reports are his terror . . . loves to hunt, Hsb, and above all,
to nnss school . . . Tom, Paul, and Charlie are his buddies . . .
aspires to be a machinist.
Fink, Joyce Catherine "Joyce" General
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
Being with Ed is ber pleasure . . . a jealous girl is she fof whom?D
. . . people who think tbeyire something irk ber . . . aims to join
the Air Force.
Fiore, Anna Marie Academic
Latin Club 1, 2, F.N. A. 1, 2,
Pert and cute is Anna Marie . . . a nurse or airline hostess she
hopes to be . . . a real cool driver . . . relishes pizza . . . digs
jive . . . silly girls, ughlll
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Fisher, Dorothy ,lean "jolly" Academic
Falcon 34 Girls' Chorus 1, Youth Center Council 1, 2, 3, Pep
Band, Band 1, 2, 3, F. N. A. 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir
35 Latin Club 1.
Jolly Jean is a Bo girl . . . Worthy Advisor no less . . . She's bound
for Polyclinic and hopes to retum a lady in white . . . talks, cracks
gum, and hates pests,
Frederick, Ruth C. "Ruthie, General
Art Club 3, Home Ec. Club 3, F. N. A. 1.
Ruthie wants to be successful . . . Hates moon-light nights?? . . .
A waitress at Sable's . . . real moody . . . expert driver . . . hobbies
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are reading and sewing. ,il
Friday, Linda Jo "Jon Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chonis 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Latin Club
1, Ensemble 1, Photography Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus lg , X
Octet 2, 3. -V
1 Jo's an active one . . . another future lady in white . . . Past
Worthy Advisor of the Rainbow Girls' . . . reading she enjoys, late mga,
l people peeve her . . . she and Iannie have a debt to collect! . . . a ,
1 quiz kid ,tool ' V
l Geist, Linda "Mert" Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 35 Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, S9 Mixed Chorus 2, -' ,
3, Choir 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Photography K .
Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus. sw 42 y
To go to Polyclinic is Linda's wish . . . best chum is Eleanor . . . 2 , -Q
dislikes people who think they are more than they are . . . plays a A I 'ii
hot piano . . . pretty eyes. y lift.
Gill, David Charles "Dave" Academic
Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Key Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity
Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2.
Girls spell out hobby to Dave . . . wants to go to college after
graduation . . . one of our mighty wrestlers . . . can be found with e
Fred or Ron . . . real nice fella.
Glenn, Mary Lynne "Posy" Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 1, 2,
35 Girls' Chorus 1.
Canit stand rice C??D and cats C??D . . . runs with Sally, Donna, and
jean . . . would like to be a telephone operator . . . enjoys writing
letters and dancing.
Track 1, 2, 35 Baseball
Goss, Helen Louise "Bam"
Spokesman 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, Commercial Club 2 3
Would. like to join the WA F , . . hails from Port . . can t stand
noisy tcllows . . . favorite pals are Candy, Wee Willie, 'ind Bee Jay
Graves, N. joseph "jug"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2 3 Mix l
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, Orchestra 3, Varsity Club 1 2 8
A terrific basketball player . . . well liked by everyone can be
seen at the "hop" w1th Bill, Becky, Fred, or Elmer . President
of the Band . . . loves to dance . . . would like to be i basketball
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Hb 1, , 5 man lg Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Basketball
cf 1 2,
A- rea c fello . . . Employed C??l at A dt P p1ls 'ire
Bill, S ech, Bob, and Ian . . . going to join the Air Force
can't stand girls that smoke.
Gl'iPP, 990112 Edward "Fritz" Vocational
Would like to go hunting in Africa . . . pet peeve is people who
make fun of others . . . would like to be a success . . best chums
and Harry, Gene, and Glenn . . . interested in girls and sports cars
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Gummo, Kathryn M. "Kay"
Art Club 3, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Hates to get up in the moming , . . can be seen with Bemice, Barb,
Ruth, and Frances . . . aspires to be a "number please" girl . . .
Favorite pastime is typing.
Gunsallus, Kay Lorie "KatyD
Band 1, 2, 39 Spanish Club 2, 3, F. N. A. 3.
Pretty red hair . . . best friends are jean and Diane . . . Has the
nast fault of bitin her nails . . . can be seen with a certain fellow
. . . can't stand conceited people.
Hagan, Clarence E., Ir. "Junior"
Basketball lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 3, F. F.A 2,
Wrestling Manager 2, 3.
Purchased his own car . . . canlt seem to stop smoking . . . Nick
Maisano is best pal . . . employed at Gill's Body Shop . . . just
wants to get married and settle down.
Hagan, Leslie "Les"
Wrestling 1, 2, S.
Can be found working at the F and F or staring at the girls . .
can't stand slow cars . . . claims his worst fault is speeding . .
pals are Larry, Don, and Bob . . . another of our wrestlers.
Hamer, Delbert "Screech" Vocational
Football Manager 1, 2, 8, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, Varsity
Club 1, 2.
Avid sports fan . . . Best chums are Bonnie, john, and Chink . . . ,
works???? at Steele's . . . a riot . . . would like to work with
sports . . . worst fault is girls.
Harpster, Barbara lean "Titian
senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 1, 2, 3.
Only 4' 8" tall . . . would like to be a nurse . . . Mary Anne, Ann, 1
Roselyn, and Donna rate tops among her pals . . . loses her temper '
easily . . . can usually be found at the "Hop."
Harpster, Donna lean "Snooks" Academic
Mixed Chorus 2, 83 Choir 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club
lg Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1.
Terrific soprano . . . her thumbs are down to conceited boys . . .
always seen with Hope, Deb, Marie, Lauraella, and Connie . . .
Career-Airline Hostess . . . talking and chewing gum are her
Harpster, Eugene Charles t'Harpy" Vocational
Likes to drive sports cars and hunt . . . best chums are Pat, Tom,
George, and Gene . . . just wants to he a success . . . can't seem
to make out with a certain person . . . another of Doc's boys.
Harpster, Phillip "Phil', Vocational
Band 1, 2, 3.
Famous for his jeep rides . . . claims his worst fault is overloading
his jeep with fellows and girls . . . would like to be his own boss
. . . can be found with Steve and Ierry.
Hayes, Samuel E. "Sam" Vocational
Photography Club 35 F. F. A. 1, 2, 8.
Claims his special achievement is being born . . . forever getting
behind in math homework . . . best pals are Marylin? and Larry
. . . ambition is to be a veterinarian . . . can't stand "Brownies"
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2, 3, Mixed Ch '-2, 3, Latinblub lg Girls' Chorus 1. Football 1, 2, -3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Spokesman 2, 33 Varsity
Famous herlfmiek-J ' ' M6322 skip, and Donna . 1 . Slug 39 Idiitgi Sh? 1, Student Council lg Photography Club
Lock Haven State Teachers College is her pet peevc . . . attended - 1 fflce u ' U U ,k I i
Keystone Girls, State, , .7 Claims milking cows as his favorite pastime . . . would li e to .mc
' ' ' an agricultural engineer . . . works on the farm . .. . alrval nice
Heberling Robert Charles ..B0b., Academic fella . . . always reading ffor an argimient-especially in physics
Can be found with Fem . . . people who are always late irritate .
him . . . hobby is skiing 1 . . never gets enough sleep . . . going Hildebrand, Douglas Kenneth "Doug" Academic
to he H School "'1'ch"' m mm yemb' Spokesman 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g Art Club 1, 2, 3, Photog-
M ,, raphy Club 1, 2, 3.
Hern' Jo Anna In General Is going to be the first to fly to the moon . . . pals are Don, Ron,
Art Club 35 Library Club l. Bob, and Lester . . . drives too fast . . . works for Fifty Piper.
Forever cracking gum . . . wants to graduate and keep house for I Q
Del , . . employed at Methodist Home . . . lean and Gayle rate Hoi-nan, Iames Robert, Jr. g "lim" Vocational
as br-st friends. Fqbtbau .li A' 15 2' 3. , , l. 4 I V a
, . ,, , , T 1 d G ge ae best frie ds . . . girl: are his pet peeve . .
Hwks' Iamesfj IH V D7 f' 141 ,fm , ,J ,v j 'fu fyggalfwnal e'llY:l0f'l:Cl afolklzferr Run.Orchgrd. ' J S S
Mixed ,Chorusf2J 35 Bgiys' Chorus 1. I I f L 'I H D , I
A,mt1-wr of HDIQQSHOQP 1TafI-17.1439 klshilfggfb-imgljvaaghvgcl Houser, Charles E. Chuck Vocatlona
.I . . best pll IS Bob Ayers . . doesnt get his 01116 0 110119 011 Dates Bonnie . . . pet peevc is high class girls . . . sleeps late . . .
time . . . firls wah sniolgs ate loyv, wih hi 1- works for T E Wagner . best friends are Paul Tom David
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Hicks, Jane Marie "Poochie" J ll Commercial b f R b J ,. B H1 V al
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Mlxed Chorus 3, Girls' Chorus lg Commercial Club 2. 0 grill? 0' QA!! J' Unk? ,l 'lea lon
Our cute school banker . , . terrific personality . . . will be a legal f, . , "f"F'ff'PhWC1U' 33 E V M-,K J f
secretary someday , . . can't control her hair . . . claims Anna, it Goin .fto Jouythe . . .I est cllufgliflare DQIJ, D11 0, fmd h
Ardis, Shirley, and Sherrill as best friends . . . forever eating crab I A - s lgVPS,5fFQQt J S - 7- worst Ulf is UYIDE f0,ft-ZW gllilff, nd
cakes . . . employed at Wilson Theater. then ,ing o get rid of them . . . works at Harpst 's. .k,f'b'f
Iadarola, Antionette H, Commercial Kimmel, Neil Academic
Spokesman 2, Falcon 3, Library Club 1, 2.
Can be found keeping her eye on Don . . . very attractive . . .
can't stand people who cheat , . . employed at McCrory,s . . . talks
on the phone too long.
Jones, William A. "Bill" Vocational
Band lg Track 1, Photography Club 3.
Worst fault is too many girls . . . plays a guitar . . . hates Bermuda
shorts . . . runs with Harp, Les, and Bob . . . placed in the teen-
Judy, Barbara Ellen "Bee Jay" Commercial
Softball 1, 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Falcon 3.
Wants to be an educated bum . . . best pals are Wee Willee,
Goosy, and Toynet . . . wreckless driving is her worst fault . . .
usually seen with Dave.
Kimberling, Dorothy lean "lean" Clerical
A red head with an temper . . . travels with Carol, Esther, Margie,
and Rhoda . . . a tuture airline hostess . . . enjoys riding in a "56,'
red and white Plymouth.
Kimberling, L. Robert "Bob,' Vocational
Best chum is Pete Miller . . . ambition is to be au auto mechanic
. . . likes to shoot guns . . . always teasing.
Football Manager 1, 2, S, Varsity Club 3, Track Manager 1.
Hates to work hard . . . stays up too late at night . . . Ea, Elmer.
Mike, and Glenn are his best buddies.
Kobak, Donald Lee "Don" Academic
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Student Council 1.
Going to go to college . . . runs around with Larry, Tony, and Sam
. . . spends time at Tyrone Appliance Center . . . spends too much
Kobuck, Margie Ann "Marge,' Clerical
Library Club 15 Girls' Chorus, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Best friends are Bonnie and Iean . . . loves to be with Ronnie . . .
sells dresses etc., at David's . . . just wants to graduate . . . goes
to bed too late.
Lake, Oliver R. "Mike" Academic
Football 2, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2.
Claims his pet peeve is girls C?????J . . . usually found talking or
tinkering about his motor car . . . friends are Bernie and Annabelle
. . . going to be a mechanical engineer.
Lazeration, Richard Wayne "Rich" Academic
Key Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, Orchestra 1,
2, 3, Photography Club lg Boys' Chorus lg Octet 3.
Loves "Sweets, . . . plans an aeronautical engineering career . . .
advertising manager UD of Gardueris . . . best friends are Car, Gib,
Ray, and Deac.
Leach, Anna Louise "Anna Banana" Commercial
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Another future airline hostess . . . considers passing her drivers test
an achievement . . . best gal friends are Benny, Tex, and Dippy
. . . can't stand people who take advantage of others . . . eating-
Leeper, Rhoda "Rody" Home Ec.
Art Club 35 Home Ee. Club 2, 3.
Her achievement is becoming a senior . . . Rody is a future WAVE
. . . usually seen cowboying around with Peg, Diane, and Nancy.
Lewis, Patricia Arleen "Lou" Commercial
Spokesman 1, Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2,
Girls' Chorus lg Girls, Basketball 1, 2.
Keeps the mailman busy with letters to Spark . . . runs around with
Hope, Laura, Caroline, and Diane . . . conceited people rate low
with Arleen . . . runs over chickens and twirls her hair!!
Long, Gary E. "Car" Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Spokesman 2, Mixed Cho-
rus lg Baseball 3, Spanish Club 2, Latin Club 1, Boys' Chorus 1.
Travels with Ray, Rich, Gib, Deac, and Fred . . , pastime is petting
animals???? . . . aspires to be an aeronautical engineer . . . girls
who talk a lot are his pet peeve . . . a riot.
Long, Mary Alice "Tory" Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir 35 Spanish Club . 72,
2, 35 Latin Club 15 F. N. A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1. ':
A future Florence Nightingale . . . famous for her spats with ,li 7 U s -
Eleanor . . . always seen with Ioan, Eleanor, and Mary . . . Spanish 5,4
Club President . . . dislikesNQfo-faced people. V ' ki '
Maisano, Nicholas Charles "Nic ' Vocational gi
X Foo an 1, 2, - Wrextli 1, ,vars Club 2, 3. 5, ,
1 iion g 5 olleg, . vc um' ' Jim, Dave, Punk, V A 'Q
' d -p . . di ik Wo en' . . li . to ok at girls . . . 2 , ,
uld o u ing or wi in a ime. Q W, K ,V "
Markel, Rosalie A. "Rosie" Clerical
Art Club 3, Home Ec. 2, 3.
Enjoys making Willy happy . . . pals with Mill, Leah, Joyce, and
Peg . . . expert at flirting . . . fights with brother, Don . . . favorite
saying is chatta-chatta.
McAlevy, Edgar . " "Ed ' 'i ' Vocational
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Flflgglgxp C 3 hztball Manager
Lg ws c tr 1' s 'n 'Navy . . . can be found
wit 1 . . . can't stand girls ' . enjoys hunting . . .
neve has homework done.
McMullen, Emma Lee "Skip" Academic
Majorette 1, 2, 3.
A future airline hostess . . . likes to hop at Jimis . . . conceited
people rate on her peeve list . . . chews gum constantly . . . goes
the way with jetsey, Bev, and Donna.
McNally, Deborah jane "Debby" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir
2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 8, Latin Club 1, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Pho-
tography Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1.
Waits for the fleet to come home . . . never on time . . . plays the
organ . . . future merchandiser . . . claims Hope, Donna, Marie,
Lauraella, and Connie as best pals . . . loads of fun.
McNaul, Eleanor Lee "Spess" Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir 35 5
Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls,
Chorus l. ' .Ts I'
The life of the party . . , her dancing, eating, and talking keep 5 ' 1,1-- - 1, 'Sli
things moving . . . keeps Spanish class alive! . . . Hopes to follow Sif im .. .,-,
mother into nursing . . . snobs don't rate, but definitely . . . really 5 K
Miller, Kay Margaret "Casey" Vocational 'A A A
Art Club 3, Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3. 'X "
"Lazy Livin" is Kay's ambition . . . plays Elvis records to the 'W
birdsP? . . . sleeps too much in school . . . seen with Barbara, Leah, 38, f
Carol, and Saddie. "ii ,- X 1
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Mills, Donna Janis "Janie" Commercial
Commercial Club 2, 33 Softball 2.
Employed at Methodist Home . . . unexpected tests are pet peeve
. . . Sharon merits as best churn . . . future secretary . . , perpetual
Minemier, Gilbert Donald "Gib', Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, Band 1,
2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Latin
Club 1, Photography Club 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 1, Octet 2, 3,
Youth Center Council 2, 3.
Future civil engineer . . , worst fault is mixing too many colors
. . . employed at City Pharmacy . . . goes the way with Gary, Neil
jim, Deac, Dick, and Donna . . . spends time on 18 Street.
Molfa, Nicholas Joseph "Joe" Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Is going to join the army . . . likes to spend his time fishing.. .
canit stand class work . . . doesn't study enough . . . best friend
is Bill Urban.
Moifet, Sally Ann "Sam" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Choir 3'
Cheerleading l, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Youth Center Council 1,
2, 3, Latin Club lg Ensemble lg Student Council 24 F. N. A.
1, 2, S.
A future Florence Nightingale . . . spends time with Donna, Lynne,
and Jean . . . enjoys reading, dancing, and listening to radio . . .
won't tolerate prevaricators . . . eats and talks too much . . . is
peppy head ch ee rleader.
Moore, Mildred Louise "Millie" Academic
Art Club 3, Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
Hopes to hail trom Philly as a telephone operator . . . is good at
brushing her teeth while eating hreakfast??? . . . pet peeve is
curiew on date nights . . . sleeps too much . . . travels to Houtzdale
. . . pals with Sallie, Leah, and Pat.
Momingred, Daniel H. "Deacon,' Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 8, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 8, Photography Club 1, 25 Latin Club
1, Boys' Chorus 1.
Wants to become successful . . . pals around with Pete, Gib, Gary,
and Neil . . . story telling is his pet peeve . . . always getting his
foot in his mouth . . . a brain, but doesn't like to disturb it.
Morrissey, Barbara Jean "Babs', Vocational
Basketball 15 Art Club 3, Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
Hails from Decker Hollow . . . ambition is to find one of those Hsh
in the sea . . . cowboys around with Kay, Casey, and Millie . . .
ean't stand boys who won't eat her cooking . . . sews a mean seam.
Morrow, Mary Elizabeth 4'Mary,' Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Choir 2,
3, Spanish Club 2, Latin Club 1, Ensemble 1, 2, 33 Student
Council 1, 2, 8, F. N. A. 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1.
A future lady in white . . . 4-H member . . . forgets easily . . .
hails from the country . . . can do without muddy football field on
band momings . . . pals with Mary Alice and Joan.
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Murchison, Neil Bryant "Neil'l Academic
Football 1, 2, 85 Wrestling 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club lg
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 33 Youth
Center Council 2, 3.
A future doctor of medicine . . , :an't do Without swimming, ice
skating, and loafing . . . cauit stand girls that talk too much and
don't think enough . . . wise cracks are Neil's worst fault . . . pals
with Gila, Deac, Pete, Jim, and Gary.
Myers, I-'aul Eugene I " ep" General
ootb is 1 3 Art Club 2 3 Varsity
chool Patrol 1 2 3 Spanish
tm l 1 ouncil 3 Photogrlphy Club 1
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Ch'f a bi i' t ef z ier . . . paints the town with
Slug, on, 1 , ' ni . 'pends time at 1712 Columbia
Avenue . .i . . t , irs irk . . . jealousy is worst fault?
Naylor, Gayle Elizabeth "Gay', Commercial
Girls' Chorus lg Commercial Club 2, 3.
VVants to make Louie happy . . . can't seem to keep her temper
. . . eams the green backs at the Methodist Home . . . won't
tolerate people who are late . . . goes the way with Io Anne and
Nearhoof, Wilma Marjorie "VVee Willieb Commercial
Spokesman 2, 3, Library Cluh 1, 2g Student Council lg Com-
mercial Club 2, 3.
Always sleepy . . . drives a coral and white Ford . . . pals with
Bee jay and Goosy . . . can't stand to hear gum being chewed.
Nevling, Leah Cynthia "Leah" Clerical
Art Club 35 Home Ee. Club 2, 3.
A future airline hostess . . . best chums are Mill, Bonnie, Ioyce,
and Rosalie . . . likes to date and go to the movies , . . stays out
too late . . . fights with Roy.
Ohrtman. Sharon L. "Sha Sha" Commercial
Falcon 3g Girls' Choms 1, Commercial Club 2, 3, Basketball
A pert little horseback rider . . . in the future will sit on her bosses
knee to take dictation . . . slaves in guidance otlice . . . pals with
Shirley and Donna . . . can't get the family car enough.
Omisby, Florence Lytle "Flon Academic
Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 13 Girls' Chorus 1.
Everybody's friend . . . ohums with Sherrill and Donna . . . spends
time writing to Millersville . . . can't keep to her lnidget . . . loses
temper easily. 4' v .
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Oyfinfel nbgiary' Anne I 1 "Speedy" Academic
,Ltbrart Qilfiwigg spanish Club 2, s.
Nice perso?alify". ...., tells secrets to Muriel, Debbie, Sandy, and
Barb . .A aVorite pastime is sleeping . . . canlt tolerate late people
. . . eats too much but doesn't look it . . . cute.
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Parker, l l'lE Lzfznien Commercial
Girl ' ioryfkl 12 1 1 a Club 2, ' .
H pit be alll . . Jrztor, or sec ary . . . haunts the Hop
S . dis ' s c e ed 0 . . . always hurrying . . .
is t e .v ' Ii , An 1 , , and Bonnie.
Parsons. J. reda " da" Commercial
Girls' Chorus 1.
NVill he doing housework in the future . . . chews with Cork . ,
enjoys being with Ray . . . alarm clock is her worst enemy . .
slaves at Harpster's Chevrolet Co.
Philage, James T. "Iim,' Vocational Ramsey, Margaret Ann "Margie" Vocational
Key Club 85 Photography Club 3. Art Club 33 Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3.
A future machinist . . . tinkers with model airplanes and trains . . . Plans to be a success . . . best chums are Bonnie and Sarah . . .
a certain girl is his pet peeve? . . . pals with Paul, Eugene, Tom, cooks and sews . . . worst fault is typing with one finger in typing
and Charlie . . . eams date money at Morris Levine's. class? . . . likes to read novels and Bible stories.
Plisinski, Joan "Ioanie" Commercial K H ,
. . . Ramsey, A. Paul ' Bumb Vocational
Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Llhrary Club 19 Girls' Chorus lg , .
Commercial Club 2, S5 Basketball 1. A fut e farmer . .f. ilungis witlgl Charles, Eugen? and jim . . .
VVants to pass shorthand . . . dislikes people who don't use Sunoco e 5 eball and not m ' ' ' 'mcmg lb wont 'lu '
Gas-I wonder why! . . , talks too fast . . . everyone's friend . . . ' 1
travels to 18 Street . . . Bev, Becky, and Cookie comprise the gang. ic d . Ad 1 ..Mm,ie,, Academic
Port, Joan Marie "-loan' Academic eni r T 2 i- 2, al 33mBandC1,l2,18HEMixei1Clior3s 3,
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Band 1, 2, 3, Arr Curb 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, F' .Rf If 3. Fig," 0,55 fm ui ' mem 6' ' '
, F'N'A' 1' 2' 3' , , fiiti rs . . b, ope, Donna, and Laurella comprise
Nice to know . . . never has much to say . . . future lady in white t g lg . . ' jo swi n and making clothes U l l cmft Stand
. . . Mary Alice and Eleanor are best pals . . . spends time swim- op W W 'tx it lheyirt. Wrong 1 . . eats Wlwn She is not
ming, dancing, and eating . . . can't stand conceited peoplefwho , ng . 1 oc S tl
could that be? . . . does tomorrow what she could do today. ,
Price, R. Fern "Tina" Academic Riggleman, Thomas Irvin "Tom" VOC3tl0ll3l
Band 1, 2, 35 Art Club 1, 2, 3g Latin Club 1, 2. Wants to be'an auto mechanic . . . pals with Iohn and, Pinky . . I.
Hopes to make a career of drafting and designing . . . Bob, Carl enloys tmkerm Wlth cms ' ' ' Dorothy 15 his Pet peevv "" Wont
jerry, Joe, Jim, and Tom comprise the gang . . . likes ice skating fault is his Ford'
and swimming . . . can easily resist the bell on the alann clock . . .
complained of not seeing Norma enough . . . a high stepper in the
Gardner Gum-ds, ' Ritchey, Nancy Louise "Bambi" General
, , , H U , Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Home Ec. Club
Ralmg, Keith Harrison Harry Vocational 15 plmtogmphy Club 2, 3? F, N.Al 2, 35 Octet 3,
Plans to be an auto mechanic . . . tinkers with cars . . . won't Future farrneris wife . . . draws heautifully . . . makes all tags
tolerate giddy girls . . . drags Pennsylvania Avenue in his "Hot and posters for sports events . .I :pals with lfthpda, Nancy, Dot, and
Champ" . . . pals with Stan, Phil, and Charlie . . . eams gas Doats . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . dlsllkes glddy glrls . . .
money at Batcheler's Gulf Service. can't seem to help her temper.
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Savitts, Mae Jean "Jeanie" Commercial
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, Girls' Softball 1, 2,
F. N. A. 35 Commercial Club 2, 3.
Wants to travel and meet a fellow . . . best chums are Kay, Io, and
study hall teachers?? . . . likes horses and likes to write letters
. . . pet peeve is money?? . . . gets too many flat tires . . . earns
gas money for Chevy at Fink's Drug Store.
Scordo, Tony "Ninny" Academic
Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Student
Council 1, 2, 3g Boys' Chorus 1.
To be a coach is his ambition . . . pals with Larry, Nick, Frank,
and Dave . . . excels at sports . . . can't tolerate girls who smoke
or show oft . . . spends time with Nancy.
Sellers, C. Glenn "Lou" Vocational
Football Manager 1, 2, 39 Key Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2,
3, Photography Club 3.
A cute little fella . . . just wants to get along good in life . . .
runs around with George and Ray . . . pastimes are loafing and
driving???? the car.
Shultz, Thomas "Deacon" Vocational
Employed at Gardner's . . . wants to get a good job . . . can't do
without hunting and fishing . . . pals with Don and John . . . alarm
clock is pet peeve . . . daytlreams too much.
Simondale, Eugene Donald "Romeo', Vocational
Wants to get a job at the Paper Mill . . . Les, Bob, john, and Larry
make up the gang . . , spends time with Debbie . . . dislikes
L'acky??? girls . . . is too lazy.
Smith, Charlotte Irene "Lolly" Commercial
Commercial Club 3.
Hopes to be a legal secretary . . . Pat is best chum . . . hobby is
boys? . . . broods on unanswered letters . . . can't control her
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Smith, Raymond Donald "Smitty" General
Football 1, 2, 3, VVrestling 1, 2, 8, Art Club 1, 23 Varsity 'Club
, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
Hopes-to get a job at the Paper Mill . . . chums with Slug, Pep,
and Nick . . . spends time with Antoinette . . . won't tolerate stuck
up girls . . . claims he travels to Thomaxtown too much.
Snyder, Caroline Faye "Caroline" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Art Club Ig Spanish
Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, Student Council 1, F. N. A. 1, 2, 35
Girls' Chorus 15 Pep Club 2.
Another lady in white . . . pals with Diane, Arlene, and Pep . . .
likes football and basketball games . . . dislikes perpetually late
people . . . hard to control her temper.
Snyder, Earl "Pinky" Vocational
Wants to be a carpenter . . . chums with Tom and john . . . likes
girls and cars, what a combination . . . earns the green stuff at
johnny's Body Shop.
Snyder, Hope Annette "Que-enie" Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 25 Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Choir 2, 3, Library Club 1, Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Photography Club
1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1.
Would like to study music . . . Centennial Queen . . . travels with
Deb, Donna, Lauraella, Linda, Connie, and Marie . . . usually
found with Jim . . . dislikes two-faced people . . . friendly.
Sones, Paul Fred "Bones', Vocational
Mixed Chorus l, 2. 3g Senior Choir 3.
Employed by S. E. VVilliams . . . a squirrel lmnter . . . going to
join the Air Foree . . . Pet peeve is women QHal Ha! Hall
Stimer, Sat-ly ,Mae "Pudgie" General
, Home, Ee. Club 2, 3. f 'N -X
Keeps letters flowing to her special fella . . . pals are Fudgie,
Pat, and Ieanie . . . just wants-to be happy . . . employed at the
Cut Rate Shoe Store. i
Stitt, Carol Ann "Stitt" Commercial
Likesito occupy hotel lobbies at- 2:30 A.M .... bot temper . . .
best iriend is Carol . . . works tor Grier School . . . grabbed Skip
. . . cault tolerate eonceited people.
Stonebraker, Merle Louise Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 34 Spokesman 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, Cheerleading lg F. T.A. 1, 2, Sg Latin Club lg Photog-
raphy Club 2.
Runs with Mary Lou . . . occupies time at Long's Dairy Store . .
will be a teacher someday . , . likes to read and dance.
Thomas, Ronald Nevin "Chop" Academic
Football 1, 2, 35 Key Club 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 39 Choir
2, 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 25 Baseball 3, F. T. A. 3.
Has the ambition to become a teacher . . . His best chums are Kay,
Fred, and Dave . . . Spends spare time fishing? 'ifor whatiy' . . .
Ron's pet peeve is loud, noisy girls . . . His worst fault is eating
too much . . . His special achievement is being President of Key
Club . . . ls employed at Woodring's Clover Fann Store.
Trenary, Ray "L. L." General
Football 1, 2, 35 Key Club 1, 2, 3g Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish
Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Photography Club 1, Basketball 1.
1'lay's ambition is to become a jet pilot . . . Best chums are LR.,
Becky, Gary, and Rich , . . Favorite pastime is trips to Blair
Avenue???? "Who lives there???', .. . Pet peeve is gossip
spreaders???? . . . Worst tault is not getting home on timell!!
Trostle, James Marlyn "Marty" Voc. Ag.
Football 15 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Marty's ambition is to become a future farmer . . . His best pals are
Ray, Rich, and Sam . . . His favorite pastime is hunting?P?? . . .
He is employed with the construction gang . . , Bashful????
Updike, Robert james "Bohn General
Bobis ambition is to become an electrician . . . He pals with Don
and Bob , . . His favorite pastime is bowling and loafing at Arties???
. . . Pet peevegcertain people who stare at mel!! . . . He finds his
worst fault is getting his homework finished . . . I wonder what
stops him??? . . . He is employed at the Villa.
Urban, William Ralph "Butch" Voc. Ag.
F. F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Famiing is to be this fellow's future . . . His best pal is joe Moifa
. . . Hunting ???? is his hobbyllll . . . He has no pet pee-ve?? . . ,
He is employed on the fann at home . . . Good luck with your
Vanneman, john Peter f "I, P." Academic
4' Wrestling 2- y l 3 , g Sp . ,'2, 35 Falcon
3g4'i1'xe 1.1 , ,f a o cal , test , 8, ' aniQ1 Club
2, 3g atin Clu 1, hoto. l b 1, Boys' C rus ,
AQ. .' D on e- la . . ', best pals are
con, eil, Jim, Ron, and Gib . . avorite pastimelis talking
. . . His pet peeve is "The big Queer . ' . . . HI. P.'s" o fault is
being late along with stupid mistakes . . . Special ' wi nt was
being Governor of Perma. Keystone Camp.
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WVaite, Nancy Jean "Nano" General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Art Club 33 Home Ee. Club 8, F. T. A. 2. 3,
Spanish Club 2.
Nancy's ambition is to blast into space for the first moon excursion
. . . Her best friends are Felecia, Sal, Mil, and Rhody . . . her
hoppy is weavin' in and out of traffic in a Packard . . . pet peeve,
waitin'??? . . . VVorst fault is being perverse . . . Nancy's special
achievements are being treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y and passing math tests
. . . cute.
Warrender, Beverly jean "Bev', Commercial
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Cheer-
leading 1, Girls' Chorus lg Commercial Club 2, 3, Girls' Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3.
Her ambition is to he a secretary . . . best pals are Emma Lee,
loan, and Cookie . . . favorite pastime is being with Al . . . pet
feeve is conceited people???? . . . Worst fault is traveling over
Watson, John "Watson" Vocational
Iohn's ambition is to be employed at the Paper Mill . . . he pals
with Tom, Don, and Screech . . . his favorite pastime is hunting
girls while driving a Ford , . . his pet peeve is sick Fords . . . is
employed at Sears Roebuck Co .... better watch those girls, John!
Nveaver, Leah Felecia "Flee" General
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Home Ec.
Club 2, 8, Library Club 1, 2, Photo Club 1, 2, 3.
Her ambition is to marry "George" . . . her best chums are Yavonne,
Nancy, and Sally . . . Her favorite pastime is writing letters. To
whom we wonder??? . . . Her pet peeve is people who act smart
. . . worst fault is day dreaming . . . her special achievement is
playing the piano . . . is not employed.
Weston, Judith Lee "Blondie" Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, Photo Club 1, 2, 35 Com-
mercial Club 2, 3.
Iudy's ambition is be a secretary for "E.S."?? . . . She pals with
Judy, Hope, Arleen, and Deb . . . her favorite pastime is being
with Eddie . . . her pet fee-vc is conceited people . . . her worst
fault is her temper . . . special achievement is being Vice-president
of Tri-Hi-Y . . . is employed at W. C. Morrow and Son . . . pretty
White, Patricia Lee "Patty" Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, Sg Cheerleading 1, 2, 35 Art
Club lg Latin Club 1, F. N. A. 35 Girls, Chorus 1.
Patty's ambition is to become a nurse . . . she says her best chum l 1 Sl'
is evcrybodyllll VVe feel honored, Pat . . . her favorite pastime is
keeping Bell Telephone Co. in business . , . pet peeve is boys that
smoke cigars . , . worst fault is being jealous of H-Burg High!! Q X
Why Pat???? . . . special achievement is being a cheerleader. ' PM
Williams, Lester E. M. "Les" Academic
, Key Club 1, 2, 35 Band lg Mixed Chorus 1. 3, Choir 3, Spanish
, Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Photo Club l.
This fellow's ambition is to be a Millionaire????? . . . pals with
Doug. GUS, Terry, and Gary . . .V hobbies are cooking and eating!!!
. . . pet peeve, girls?????? . . . his special achievement was learning
Wilson, James W. "Pr0fe5S0f' Academic
lgRyh?iilE.2, 3, Latin Club l, 25 Photo Club 1, 2, 3, Science
, jim's ambition is to be a genius and to make monev without work-
ing. "Vlfay to go, kid!!" . . . his best pals are Bill and jim . . .
y his favorite pastime is guns . . . be careful . . pet peeve is lack of
money and I. P. . . . worst fault, none!!! . . . special achievement
is setting record for losing money at poker-shame of you, Proff . . .
is employed??? at A Br P supermarket . . . CBraiusJ.
1 Woleslagle, William Thomas "Willy" Academic
gilslgffghag 33 spokesman 1, 2, 3: Art Club 3, Spanish
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Bill's ambition is to see the "Pirates" in a world series game . . .
he chums with Hump, Gary, Jim, and Dutch . . . Favorite pastime
is fishing . -. . party dolls and warm gingerale??? . . . worst fault is
betting against the odds . . . special achievement is snarling traffic
in downtown Hong Kong . . . is employed at the Dairy Dip.
Woomer, Diane Carol Academic
Tri-Hi-Y 25 Band 1, 2g Chorus 1, 2, 33 Choir 2, 3, Art Club
1, Spanish Club 3, Latin Club lg Ensemble lg Student Council
3, F. N. A. 1, 2, 3, Quartet 2.
Special friends are Caroline, Arleen, and Rhoda . . . keeps the mail-
man busy with letters to Bob . . . long dark hair . . . can't stand
two-faced people or prevaricators.
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l,m'hln mul rmllimq xmiillinl. "l wmiclm' Wl1c'l'c'?r"' . . . his pvt amrl fishing?P? 'Aim' whut" , . . pct lwvvc' cmiL'c'itm'Ll girls , . . hu
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.xml kltlllii' . . . t.ixm'.tr paul im is uritiiig to Bill . . . L-uuking is hm-I' Toni Yonge-i's hut pail . . . hu 1-iiriis hls lllllllUtlS ut 1'1kc's . . .
put pn-mv . . . Utlfsf fault is spa-mliiiq tori murli iiiniiwyll . . . lu-r Amitlu-r maid iiivcliziiiic, hs- liiiki-rs with L-urs in his spurt' lima- . . .
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Mobil Gas and Oil
We Give S 81 H Green Stamps
3rd Street :Sz Washington Ave.
Low Prices High Quality
21st Street 61 Columbia Avenue
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THE BRUCE STUDIO
of the Class of "58"
GOOD LUCK THROUGHOUT LIFE
COME TO US FOR ALL YOUR
1263 Pennsylvania Avenue
GOOD LUCK - SENIORS OF "58',
David Goldberg, Owner
Corner Penna. Ave. and Tenth Street
Diamonds - Watches - jewelry
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
Nu gas Distributors
960 Pennsylvania Avenue
J. L. FINK HARDWARE
Hardware - Paper - Paint
1007 Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone MU-4-3011 Tyrone, Pa
Sales - Service
SWEET, SMOOTH, AND SASSY
NEWEST BUICK YET
Complete Line of Genuine Chevrolet Parts
General Repairs Towing
Complete Automotive Service
TO THE CLASS OF 1958
RAY BURIAL VAULT CO.
OLIVER F. SCHELL 6: COMPANY
Certified Public Accountants
FRED M. MOORE
Plumbing and Heating
1010 Logan Ave. Tyrone, Pa.
Phone MU 4-2863
O. A. Smith Permaglass
Automatic Water Heaters
THE TYRONE MINISTERIUM
Roy O. Bodtorf
First Methodist Church
I. Martin Dick
Harold E. Crosby
Assembly of God
Dr. R. L. Hutchinson, President
First Presbyterian Church
Harry C. Stenger
Methodist Home for the Aged
Rollin H. Taylor
Columbia Ave. Methodist Church
George F. Sickenberger
Christian Missionary Alliance
David E. Straesser
Sinking Valley Parish
H. B. Burkett
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Thomas E. Gray, Secretary
Young Menys Christian Assln.
Budd R. Smith
First E. U. B. Church
Henry G. Springer, Treas
First Lutheran Church
Dr. W. R. Kensinger
Church of 'the Brethren
R. E. Borland, Vice President
Sinking Valley Presbyterian Church
Major Mildred Bowles
Warriors Mark Methodist Church
D. T. Whitesel
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1958
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
TYRONE LODGE NO. 25
IONES AND NEWLIN Graduating Class
POST NO. 281
O. A. KENNEDY,S HOBBY SHOP
RELAX WITH A HOBBY
All gauge Train Appliances
Toys - Appliances - Gift Items
Crafts - Boats - Cars - Planes
Portable Radios and Phonographs
Taste and Be Convinced
Bread - Pastries - Cakes
Phone MU 4-2161
Penna. Ave. Tyrone, Pa.
ay Success and Happiness
Be Your Goal
Family Shoe Store
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We, the Class of 1958, being of cluttered
mind and unsound body, do hereby bequeath to
our most humble underclassmen our memories
of our six years of high school.
Getting ready for those cold winter morn-
ings during the next few years will be Nancy
Miller wearing Tony Scordois wrestling sweater.
Perk up, Dot Stoner and "Doats,, McMullen,
because you are the recipients of Nancy Ritcheyis
ability to play touch football in the junior high
Get the car ugassed upf, Sherry, because
you will be making your sister, Sally Cuppis,
regular trips to Houtzdale.
jean Savitts wills to her sister the ability to
get up in the morning and get the old "Chevy
started for school. Happy motoring, Shirley.
A new mathematician is in the making.
Muriel Hambright will probably be able to add
two and two and get four when she inherits
Caroline Snyderis seat in Mr. Winger,s senior
Gayle Naylor regretfully leaves her journey
to the Methodist Home in the evenings after
school to Mary Kochera. Donit work too hard!
Lucky fellas who are going steady. jane
Parker leaves to you her last name-Park-erll
Jo Anna Herlt gladly wills to anyone willing
to receive them, her long hours spent doing
To her sister, Laura Mae, Jean Kimberling
wills her ability and patience to control the
temper given to all red-heads.
jane "Smiley,, Hicksv wills to Delores Lynn
her unbearable laugh.
All the bumps and rattles of the ride on the
school bus are yours, Jerry Harris. You may
thank Iudy Bonsell.
Our heartfelt sorrows are with Mr. Wagner
because Lauraella Blanchard wants Dale Frye
to have her badly worn band uniform and the
troubles that go with it.
Fern "Bomeo', Price bestows his mastery to
pick out beautiful women to the future "Romeo',
in his gang.
Bob Heberling leaves to Claude Lewis his
supply of midnight oil.
If Mr. Matusky ever needs any new jokes,
and he will, Rosalie Markel will gladly give him
all her old worn out ones, provided he tells them
to juniors only.
Looks like Albert Duey will be getting his
hamburgers first from now on since Eleanor Mc-
Naul leaves him her place in line at the Pantry.
Take it easy on the onions.
If any African lover ever needs a name,
joan Port will be glad to give him her Spanish
name, "Briana," But she has to keep her tom-
toms for future use.
With the sounds of screeching tires and
crunching metal, all of Earl Snyder's automobile
accidents are yours, Gene Eyer. Isnft that a
jetsey Root and Betty Lou Fisher are the
lucky beneficiaries of Hope Snyder's special
corner in the hall to meet their fellows.
Get your "ink-wiper" out, Shirley, because
you get your sister, Nancy Burketis, leaky foun-
Bob Hubert wills to Don Grimm his "privi-
legesvft? to run up and down the streets of
Tyrone, without being caught. Don't push your
luck too far, Don.
jim, "Maxie the taxi-driverf, Eckert wills to
Tom, "The future Maxief, Getz his job of haul-
ing the neighborhood kids to T. A. H. S. Who,
for instance, jim?
Do Fords and the know-how to get along
with women go together? If so, Clarence Hagan
wills these to Charles Cafferelli.
Fasten your seat belt, Bernice Beckl You
are the lucky recipient of Mike Lakeis dangerous
rides in a red jeep.
joe Graves wills to Dick Graves his side of
the car to see the curves of 'the road. You're
sure it was the road you were looking at, joe?
Jim Campbell is privileged to have Le Roy
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Galen Gilliland will be going "wild', after
he receives Sam Hayes' love of Elvis and Rock'n
Roll. Shake a leg, Galen!
Star quarterback next year will be Winston
Harpster since Pep Myers leaves him his start-
ing position. Better call the right plays, Winston.
Mr. Hixson and Mr. Moore will need a
shave from now on. Eugene Harpster just
willed them his sideburns.
Don Smith wills to Howdie Carper his
ability to goof off at football practice. By the
looks of the honorable mention of the Central
Counties teams you didn't do too much goofin-
One seat in the school bus from the Valley
will be taken by Ed Moore, willed 'to him by
If jerry Cupp is willing to take care of Tom
Rigglemanis Ford with his life, then he may
Patty White wills to Nancy Cowher her
position in Lancaster fnear Millersville! Umm!
Interested in football, Nancy?
One seat in the bus will be filled permanently
by Sarah Steele, willed to her by Margaret
Esther Dickson passes on to sister, Nancy,
all the education she has obtained although she
doubts there will be much room for it. Of
course, she is just kidding.
Carol Bloom is the beneficiary of Mary
Alice Long's Spanish Club gavel and her ping
pong paddle minus a partner. How many times
did you beat her, Carol?
Donna Harpster Wills to jane Smith the
ability to keep her shoes on in math class. Did
you have troubles, Donna?
Pete Vanneman, with deep regret, person-
ally bestows upon Prob the leadership of the
Coming up are future trips to the Blue
Goose for Linda Derman willed to her by Donna
Calderwood. Donit squirt any more ketchup,
"Chink,v we mean, Elmer Greene wills to
Dick Waite his chinky eyes and handy dandy
To her sister, Betty Anne, Linda Geist wills
her alarm clock so that she may have the won-
derful feeling of rising and shining at six thirty
on those cold school mornings.
Mary Anne O,Rourke bequeaths to Debbie
Crist her ability to be early so that perhaps
someday Muriel will be on time.
Watch out, blond-headed fellows! Shirley
Barone just left to Kay Gondolfo her attraction
This is interesting. Richard Emel leaves to
anybody, anything. Itis yours for the taking.
Any junior who would like to have Gar
Long's history outline is welcome to them. That
is, if you can get them from Miss Crawford.
Time for a commercial! Larry Barlett leaves
to any ambitious junior his position at the best
drug store in town-Finkisl
Sore fingers and dull chisels are given to
Marty Kobak from Paul Bennett.
George Gripp leaves to john Rice his seat
in Mr. LaPorte's class and his days of absence.
To anyone who is willing to smell feet, jim
Philage bequeaths his job at the Morris Levine
If she gets 'there on time, Peggy will re-
ceive all her sister, Mary Morrow,s, crazy rides
on the band bus.
Phillip Harpster, or F rintzer senior, wills to
Frintzer underclassman, or Steve Garner, F rint-
zer senior. Do you understandil?
Water boy, Neil Kimmel, wills his job to
the future T. A. H.S. water boy, Bill Shaw.
Tom Yeager wills to Charlie Rodgers his
ability? to give book reports and to work in
machine shop for Mr. Corbin.
jerry Walk will be the lucky recipient'of
Nick Maisano's guard position on the football
team, but he will also have to take all the heck
from the coaches.
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Because of a very special boyis initials
which are M. W., Cork Seiner is the beneficiary
of Freda Parson's job at Harpsters.
Leah Nevling bestows to Barb Welch her
fast ride to school on the bus. Hang on to your
Put on your winged shoes because you,
Kay Gondolfo, are the lucky recipient of
Nancy Waiteis fast walking through the halls
of T. A. H. S.
To anyone who will make them, David
Fink wills his book reports.
Bonnie Sharer will be having a good time
at sports events from now on because Don
Kobak wills all his enjoyable times to her.
Natalie Yothers bestows on lucky Susan
Christofic her history book, if you call t at luck.
Larry Lucas can thank jim Albright for all
his future running around and loafing in the
halls on shop time.
Tom Dawson regretfully leaves to Shirley
Gray all his love and affection for good old
T. A. H. S.
Charlotte Smith will be happy to give to
Pat Miller her special seat on the school bus.
Ron Thomas bestows upon some lucky
junior the gavel of the Key Club president fRest
Next fall Winston Harpster will be able to
enjoy all Bill Hick's long rides home after foot-
Sally Moifet bequeaths to Carol Bloom
her megaphone. Cheer real hard for T. A. H. S.,
Some lucky junior typist will be the re-
ceiver of Kathryn Gummo's typewriter seat.
Another loafer by the name of Bill Smith
will roam the halls next year because Bob Ayers
gives him his loafing time in shop.
Florence Ormsby bequeaths her ability to
work in study hall to her brother, Sidney. And
this isn,t a jokel
To Rose Marie Mayhue, Judy Beals gives
her giggle, famous in the C. Club.
Barb Judy gives to any girl on the basket-
ball team the privilege of wiping up the floor.
fBrush burns and allj.
Winston Harpster will have a hard time
changing when Marlyn Trostle wills to him his
shyness with girls especially Winst0n,s sister,
john Seiffer is the beneficiary of Gene Can-
nistraciis hot six. Don't make it too hot, John!
Carole Westly will have to work fast now
because she is to receive from Carol Clark the
ability to keep up with Mr. Bock.
Carol Stitt bestows on lucky Carol Mertiif
her many long and exciting walks to the Prin-
cipal's Office. They weren't really so bad, were
Some underclassman with straight hair may
have Sherrill Fagley's natural curly hair for the
To anyone who wants to run out of gas
conveniently, jim Wilson will bequeath his
broken fuel gauge.
Marie Richards wills to some junior who is
an ambitious alto her wom, torn ensemble mu-
sic. Of course, this ambitious alto should be
able to sing.
Glenn Dean wills to any sophomore or
junior who can sing, his senior choir gown and
all the good times that go with it, and he means
Bonnie Rossman is the lucky recipient of
Delbert Hamer's lone walks to school.
Don Simondale wills to Debbie Crist his
ability to pay attention in class and still get into
Harry Albright, by some good turn of fate,
rffceives all Paul Ramseyis good times in math
Glenn Sellers bestows on jim Maisano his
good times and laughs in Miss MacDowell's
room. Are you sure it was just Miss MacDowell
who caused all the laughter, jim?
To anyone who owns a ,50 Chrysler, Rich
Lazeration bequeaths his ability for was it the
caris ability to hold back those big bad 300, cisj.
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Suave Charlie Decker wills to future suave
Warren Pine all his luck and good times with
the girls in the class of ,59.
Mr. Corbinis in for it when Bill Dixon be-
stows on Abby Carper his jurisdiction over Mr.
To Frances Zones go all Bernice Beck-
withis good times doing experiments in the
chemistry lab. Don,t blow up anything, Frances.
Poor Mr. Pearce will suffer when Connie
Cupper wills to Santa Rose Zanghi her ability to
make messes with a paint brush in art class.
Long hours are ahead for Ianie Bell be-
cause she is the recipient of Merle Stonebrakeris
presidents gavel of F. T. A.
Io Friday bequeaths to her sister, Karen, all
the long walks from the east end. No special
someone to walk with this next year, Karen.
Barbara Miller is happy to receive the ability
to keep the band cheering. You can thank Mary
Douglas Hildebrand wills to Ron Ashcroft
his photography experience and his ticket to the
moon. The ticket's good for 30 days only.
Red-faced Ianet Buck bestows on Mary
jane Russell her ability of getting into the mid-
dle of embarrassing situations.
lean Fisher wills to her sisters, Carol and
Dixie, all the fun she's had in school and in the
band and also her late hours spent doing home-
work. Now girls, don,t iight over which gets
the fun and which gets the late hours.
Ray Trenary wills to Alice McClellan his
job of riding shot gun with Crash Beckwith.
Deacon, wake-up-early, Morningred will-
ingly gives to sleepy O'Rourke the CAheml
ability to get to the football field on time.
Hold your head, Pat Hildebrand, because
Neil Murchison wills to a junior on the Youth
Center Council a chance to throw the gavel at
D'on't bother studying any more, Mary
Kochera, because Tom Shultz wills you all his
Bob Carson will be playing real cool guitar
music, thanks to Bill jones.
Diane Woomer bequeaths 'to Linda Philage
her seriousness. If you can be serious, keep a
strong hold on that sense of humor too, Linda.
To a lonely junior girl goes a package of
airmail stamps and a sailor hat given by Deborah
Ietsey Root will receive from Emma Lee
McMullen her worn out majorette boots.
Not so lucky, Cookie Anderson, receives
Rhoda Leepeifs long walks back and forth to
Kay Miller wills to any home ec. girl her
arguments with Mrs. Nearhoof.
Lucky Dorothy Dunkel procures Barbara
Morrisseyis ability to sew a mean stitch in home
Lynne Glenn regretfully wills to Ietsey
Root her love for black Chevys. VVhat a gift,
Roselyn Markel will have a beautiful supply
of shoe strings as Barbara Harpster is giving her
Thanks to Leslie Hagen, Bill Wiser will
have a seat ready for him in math class.
Lester Williams bestows on Gus and Bar-
bara his best wishes in the days to come.
Another fast ride is on the list for Patty
Welch as Millie Moore gives the one she takes
William Urban bequeaths to jim Cowher
his ability to do farm work. You soon will be
plowing a mean row, Jim.
Space No. 102 in the marching band will be
occcupied by Ieff Rhodes. You can thank Bill
Robert Updike wills to Philip Fleck his long
rides to Altoona and back.
Gary Crowell will be sorry when he re-
ceives from Ray Crowell the early, cold, tiring
mornings at the football field for band practice.
If Clayton Walk has any ambition, he will
be glad to receive Eugene Zimmerman's ability
to be a good machinist. '
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If Darrell Shildt can get by without being
caught, he may use Jim Hickis drafting and
blueprint work for Mr. Moore.
Gib Minemier bequeaths his history note-
book to anyone who can read Latin. Surely
your writing isn,t that bad, Gib.
Ianet Stouffer will have a back seat in
world history class provided for her by Ruth
Sharon Ohrtman wills to her sister, Darlene,
her job in the Guidance Office.
Millie Cherry gives to a skating enthusiast,
Judy Gault, all her books on skating.
Lucky Robert Detwiler is the recipient of
Sandra Deanls history outlines. That should be
Donna Davis wills to her sister, Sue, her
long walks to school. Get out your walking
Margie Kobuck bestows on Bonnie Butter-
baugh the next year of misery. But Bonnie, it
really isn't so bad.
Many trips will be made to Port Matilda by
Geraldine Harris. You can thank Ioyce Fink,
To anyone who wants the bumpy seat on
the bus, Carol Dillon gives it to him for the
Bill Woleslagle bequeaths to Charlie Hamer
his favorite cabin.
Bob Kimberling wills to Charlie Dry his
car for the time when Charlie's bucket of bolts
Dick Albright will have a high standing in
machine shop next year, 'thanks to the gener-
osity of Charles Houser.
Eddie McAlevy wills to Kenny Parks his
good grades in electrical shop. We hope they
are good grades.
Bev Warrender leaves to Cookie Anderson
her ability to goof-off on the girls, basketball
Arlene Lewis wills to Peg Bilger and
Delores Taylor the ability 'to run down chickens
without killing them. C10 pointsl
Sally Stimer bequeaths to Bernice Shultz
her love for the boys, especially the ones with
light brown hair.
Lynn Drake bestows on Bob Clites his right
tackle position. Good luck, Bob.
Unlucky Gwen Burns is to receive all of
Ken Bonsellis bad driving habits.
Helen Goss wills to Helen Peterson all her
trips to Port Matilda, both necessary and un-
necessary. Iim sure either will satisfy you,
Judy Weston wants Alice McClellan to
gage as much fun at P. I. parties as she always
Antoinette Idarola sends along to her sister,
Gloria, her many happy hours at T. A. H S.
Harrison Railing bequeaths to Stanley Mor-
rissey his handy, dandy hobart Welder with a
faulty electric fuel pump and unreliable gover-
nor, in the auto shop. Keep it oiled, Stan.
Sister Carol will have all Kay Gunsallus
luck in keeping that special person.
The back seat on Pop Sickle's bus will be
filled by lim Crowford. You can thank Bob
Fred Dannaway bequeaths to his brother,
Ian, the keys to the car. Fred says that you had
better have money for gas because the old man
won't buy any for you, Ian.
Happy walking Nancy because you are the
recipient of your brother, jim Cowher's, long
hikes to and from the school.
One seat in agriculture goes to Roy from
his brother, jim Homan.
Ann Fiore joyfully leaves to her sister,
Florence, a compass to find a shorter route to
Mrs. johnson won't have to buy any new
shoes for a While because she is to receive Polly
Bowseris red gum drops. Now you can step on
them all you like, Mrs. Johnson.
Finally, to all underclassmen, we, the class
of 1958, do hereby will our remembrances of
fun filled days so that you too may cherish
happy memories of your school years forever.
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