Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1960
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Soon the class of 1960 will be separated, and we sincerely hope many happy
memories can be relived by leaiing through this yearbook. From the bewildered
and confusing days of seventh grade,
we have grown to become the graduating
class of 1960. We have many things
to remember. We must not forget any of
our sports events, Held trips, and our
exciting Washington trip.
the leaders of tomorrow and we want to
Now, we will go out to become
thank the teachers for the sincere help and inspiration that they have given us
throughout our entire stay in the Tyrone Area High School.
We also give special thanks to liss Crawford who has given her valuable
time to help the Falcon Staff of 1959-60 prepare one of the best yearbooks ever
to be published by Tyrone.
We, the class of 1960, choose you, Mr.
Stonebraker a co-dedicatee of the 1960 year-
book. Through our years in high school, you
have been a kind and considerate friend to
all of us. In your quiet and unassuming Way
you have done many thoughtful deeds. We
Want to thank you for the many happy mem-
ories which We have of our sophomore class
party. It is With gratitude and appreciation
that We honor you in the 1960 yearbook.
We, the class of 1960, wish to honor you,
Miss Kathleen Woomer, by dedicating a por-
tion of our yearbook to you in an effort to ex-
press our appreciation for your ceaseless and
untiring labors through the years as directress
of the junior high music department. The
Christmas Assemblies have a deeper meaning
for us because of the Way in which you ex-
press your thoughts through music. So, to
you, Miss Woomer go our sincere thanks for
helping to build the foundation for better mu-
sic throughout our music department.
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Dr. Norman Miller
Tyrone Area School Authorlt
Seqted VII Rodph A C111 ASS1St'1Ht Sec1et1ry Tre1s1uer Mr Hugh D M1rk1e Trmsurer Dr Samuel
L Lake V1c,e Presldent Mr I Lynne Fernel Presldent M1 I E11111DG Buley Secretary Mrs Marjoue
E B111 Recordmg Secretiry Standmg Dr Norm 111 Nhller Supeuntendent of Schoola Mr Cllftlb VV
Solt Mr Fred A Kfmup Mr Albertj F11d1y Mr B C Jones So11c1tor Mr FIAHCI5 I He1r1ngton
X11 Chesterl P1y Mr Innes B Crwvford
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Seated: Dr. Norman Miller, Superintendent of Sclioolsg Mr. Clay I. Treaster,
Presidentg Mr. Williaiii H. Hicks, lst Vice- Presiclentg Mrs. Marjorie E. Barr,
Secretary. Standing: Mr. jesse I. Woodringg Mr. Harold E. Baker, 2nd
Vice-Presidentg Mr. Charles Pryor, 3rd Vice-Presidcntg Mr. VVilfred Buck.
T fone Area Public School Committee
Seated: Mr. Leland D. Mclvlonagle, Mr. Alex F. Wilsoxi, Sr., Mr. Maurice
C. Wfaite, Mr. Alex E. Iolinston. Standing: Mr. john R. Maguire, Mr. Will--
ard M. Hickcs, Mr. Eldred D. Hileman, Mr. Harry N. Glass.
Seated: Mr. Robert P. Heberling Mr. john A. Dunkel Mr. Robert D. Slmrer
Mr. Riclmrd D. Shellenlverger. Standing: Mr. Leon Cox Cnon-mernberj M '.
Herbert W. Conrwd Mr. Ceorge C. Like Mr. lDO1'1"lld C. Brown.
T rone Area Public School Committee
Seated Mr Cluenee C Tlylor M15 C011 L Kaup Mrs Ethel WI Kelth
Xlrs Edna R VV11te Standmg M1 Huoldl Erhud Mr Innes S Ol1VC1
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Jr., Mr. L. Paul Funk, Mr. Samuel T. Friday.
N. GRANT HIXSON
First row: R. Hoover, H. Peterson, H. Smith.
Second row: M. Barr, R. Prough.
Director of Curriculum
H. Dale Winger
D. Thomas Moore
Seated: Mrs. Sapia, Miss Fry, Miss Daugherty, Miss Latshaw. Standing: Miss
Diaz, Miss MacDoWell, Mrs. Lake, Miss Swartz, Mrs. Moore, Mr. McHenry.
First row: D. Schopp, T. Getz, R. Ko-
buck. Second row: D. Bonsell, I. Mc-
Closkey. Third row: T. Arnold.
Left to right: G. Seiner, L. james, R.
Hand, C. Rodgers, I. Walk, R. Hzlrpster.
Left to right: J. Ball, E. Parks, B. VVarrender, Seated: ll, Scordo, R.Reinsch1nidt
Standing: D. Frye, R. Frantz.
Seated: Miss Crawford, Mrs. Metzler, Mr. Miller, Mr. Clap. Standing: Mr.
Gorman, Mr. Stonebraker, Mr. Baker, Mr. Pletcher, Mr. Matusky, Mr. McHenry.
Music - Art
Seated: Mrs. johnson, Mrs. jones,
Mrs. C a m p b ell , Miss Woomer.
Standin : Mr. W- M . F1 '
g agner, r eming,
Mr. Tate, Mr. Price, Mr. Grove.
Seated: Mr. Thomas, Mrs. Chronist-
er, Mr. Moore. Standing: Mr. Gwin,
Mr. Mason, Mr. Westley, Mr. Cor-
bin, Mrs. Nearhoof fnot picturedl.
Health - urses
Seated: Mrs. Price, Miss Sinclair,
Mrs. Walker. Standing: Mr. Bubb,
Seated: Mr. Bitner, Mr. Moriarity, Mr. Hitchens, Miss Hepler, Mr. Caro. Standing: Mr.
LaPorte, Mr. Pletcher, Mr. Ake, Mr. Morningred, Mr. Nejakoi, Mr. Artlnan, Mr. Masood.
cience ---- athematics
Left to right: D. Graves, I. Mino-
Kneeling: L. jzunes, I. Cupp. Stand-
ing: D. W:1ite.
VV. Iohnson, I. Cannistraci. D. W3lk61', C. Rutherford, B. Shawley.
Medical - Dental
Dr. Kirk reads a medical report as Mrs. Price pre-
pares to present students for physical examinations Miss Sinclair assists Dr. Gilbert in the examination
at the Health Clinic. and repair of a studentis teeth in the Dental Clinic.
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Reluctant Reunion, a three-act play presents
Uncle Clyde, in from Nevada, to round up his
relatives and read them the terms of his outra-
geous Will. Shortly before the will is read, two
hoodlums ahole upv in the crowded farmhouse
until the getaway car arrives. This is calculated
by Uncle Clyde to compel his thoughtless,
greedy relatives to take a closer look at them- Senior Advisors
selves. A charming play, thoughtful and hilari- William Baker
0U5l Lehmin Hitchens
Senior Play Cast
First row L Knox I Eckroth K Friday B Steck S Glis G Hamer N Langcnbficher
N LaPorte Second row F ORourke G Miller R Zel ler D Gardner
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D. Gnrclner, N. Langenbaclier, J.
Eckroth, B. Zcigler, N. LuPo'rte, G.
Senior Class Officers
Bob Schaul, President
Izunes C a in p lo ell , Vice-
Helen Glenn, Treasurer
Florence Fiore, Secretary
Muriel Hanibright, G i r l s
john Bishop, Boys' Social
Left to Right: K. Newlin, I. Gault, I.
Cree, Mr. Czap finstructorl.
Adams, C- Adams, R.
Adams, Gary Lee "Gary,' Academic
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Choir 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Photography
Club 1, 2, 3, Boys, Chorus lg Octet 2.
Gary aspires to be a teacher, hut these days can be found run-
ning around with Terry, Paul, and Nap. People who crack gum
do not rate at all with this young fellow.
Adams, Ronald C. "Cokev Vocational
Mixed Chorus 1, 3.
Ronnie's ambition is to graduate and to become an electrician.
His best chums are Bob, Pete, and Charlie. Ronnie's favorite
pastimes are reading and bowling. His pet peeves are drinking,
smoking, and hot-rods while his worst fault is reading too
much. Rcnniels special achievement was getting into the Gardner
IC-iuarilg. Ronnie is now employed as a carrier for the Tyrone
Arnold, Thomas Eugene "T. E. A." Vocational
Band 1, 2, 3.
Tom's ambition is to become a state policeman. His best chums
are Bob, Wayne. Roy, Jim, and Axel. His favorite pastime is
girls. Tom's pet peeve is homework and his Worst fault is
a certain girl. Tom's special achievement Was getting to 12th
grade. Tom now spends most of his time at the Paper Mill.
Ball, John H. "MickeyU Vocational
Basketball 15 WVrestling 2, 3, Track 1, 2, S, Gymnastic Club 2, 8.
Seems John wants to graduate! When not running around with
Rummy, Teet, Tom, and Harp, "Mickey" can be found building
tree Hight airplanes. His worst fault is keeping late hours.
Barnes, Marva Jayne "Till" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, S, Falcon 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Photography
Club, F.N.A. 2, 3.
To be a nurse is "Till's" ambition. VVhen not with Frances she
can fe found dreaming of the week-ends. Talking at the wrong
time seems to be her worst fault.
Baronner, Elizabeth Ann 'fBetsyU Secretarial
Spokesman 1, 2, S, Libra Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 33 Photography
Club 1, 2, 3, Commercial aub 2, 3.
A loyal member of the "Gang',, her special ambition is to become
a secretary. She enjoys dancing and driving. Trying to Win ar-
guments is her Worst fault. She hates to be kept waiting. Becoming
gGirl'of the Montlii' was one of her special honors. Congratulations,
BASS, CHERI LYNNE Academic
Spokesman l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Choir 2,35 Latin Club lg
Ensemble 1,2,-35 F.N.A. 2,35 Girls' Chorus 1.
This future "lady in white" can be seen running around with
Carol, Shirley, Pat, and Nancy. She claims laughing like Woody
Woodpecker as one of her achievements. Quiet study halls do not
seem to agree with Cheri so she spends study hall time "cutting upf'
BAUGHMAN, BARBARA LOUISE "Barb" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,34 Commercial Club 2,3.
Barh's ambition is to become a secretary. Pat, Jane and Carole
rate with her but snobs do not! She claims her special achievement
was to acquire a driver's license. Congratulations on your achieve-
ment, Barb! This young lady admits her favorite pastime is Gus.
BECK, BERNARD "Bernie" Academic
Key Club 1,2,3g Falcon 35 Latin Club l.
Although Bernie's ambition is to become a Chemist, he can usually
be found guiding tourists through the Indian Caverns. He claims
home work is his pet peeve but he always seems to have it com-
gileted gay the time class begins. George Miller is the friend to
tie en .
BIGELOW, DOROTHY MARIE '4Dottie', Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Library Club 24 F.T.A. 1,24 Commercial
Dottie's ambition is to become a secretary. Her best churn is
Bonnie Loose. Dottieis favorite pastimes are eating and listening
to music. Her worst fault is being stubborn and having no privacy
while talking on the phone, is her pet peeve!
BISHOP, JOHN "John', Academic
Basketball 35 Varsity Tennis 2,35 Latin Club 3g Student
Council 3. 4
john is new around T.A.H.S. His records tell us he was quite an
active fellow in Greensburg. In the future l1e plans to become au
accountant, and should have little trouble keeping account of
BONSELL, DURWOOD "Woody" General
Durwood claims he is "ambitionless" and spends much of l11s tune
watching ball games on TV. Talking in study hall seems to be his
worst fault, but Butch, Alvie, John, Jim, and Ralph dont seem to
BONSELL, PALMER WILBER "Mannie" General
Spokesman l,2,Sg Band lg Library Club lg Cafeteria Worker
To become the manager of McCrory's is this young fellow's ambi-
tion. When not working at the Tyrone Diner, he may be seen
riding around in his black "Chevy', or loafing in Sullyis. Palmer
pals with Gary, Ed, Judy and Jenny.
BOYD, GLORIA JEAN "Gloria" General
Art Club 3, Home Economics Club 3.
Gloria's ambition is uncertain at the present time, but we wish
her the best of luck in whatever she undertakes. Dee, Geraldine,
and Donna rate as her be-t chums. Glor1a's favorite pastime IS
writing letters, while her pet peeve is dishonest people. She claims
her worst fault is talking too much.
BRADFORD, MAUREEN KAY Clerical
Photography Club 1,2,3g Commercial Club 2,3.
Maureen's ambition is to become a secretary. Her best chums are
Donna, Jane, Iva Jean, Geraldine, and Carol. Her favorite pas-
times are photography and going to the football games.. Maureen
claims her worst fault is watching the late show, while her pet
peeves are coneeited people and impolite students.
BRIGGS, DONNA IEAN 'CCruly,' Home Economics
Art Club 1,35 Home Economics Club 1,2,3.
Donna's ambition is "to get a job." Dee, Gloria, and Doris Ann
rate as her best chums. Her favorite pastime is sewing and square
dancing. Cruly's pet peeve is smart boys and "eating" she claims
as her worst fault. Donna's special achievement was being presl-
"girls." Sports and records occupy most of his time. Iohn's best dent of the Home Economics Club in 10th and llth grade- CDH'
chums are Bob and Dave. gratulations, Cruly! !
Bass Baughman Beck Bigelow Bishop
D. Bonsell P. Bonsell Boyd Bradford Briggs
BRITTON, ALFRETTA ESTHER K'Bo0ts" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 25 Commercial Club 2,3.
"Boots', burns the midnight oil writing letters to a certain person
in Washington, D.C. She would like to get a job in our Nation's
Capitol and we wonder why? Snobbish people and girls who smoke
do not rate with her. She claims Jane, Shirley, and Dolly as her
best figiends. We Wonder who is keeping her up late on school
BRYAN, JAMES JOSEPH "Ace,' Academic
lgagketball l,2,3g Key Club l,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Spanish Club
This young fellow wants to be a famous broadcaster for N.B.C.
Jim claims his worst fault is his temper but this does not seem to
botlieg Lane, Ed, Jerry, and Sonny. Girls who smoke do not rate
BRYAN, MELISSA ANN "Meliss,' Clerical
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Spokesman l,2,3g Mixed Chorus 2,35
Choir 2,35 Cheerleading 1,35 Art Club lg Library Club l,2,3,
Photography Club 2,3g Girls' Chorus lg Octet 2, Commercial
To become an Airline Hostess is Melissais ambition. However, for
the time being, she doesn't mind "just living and dancing." Me-
lissa greatly dislikes people who won't yell at football games. Her
worst fault she claims, is jealousy. We wonder what could ever
BURKET, SHIRLEY JEAN "Shi1',' General
Art Club 1,2,Sg Home Economics Club 1,2,3, Library Club
In the future, Shirley would like to be a model. She dislikes over-
flirtatious girls. She can always be seen with Gwen, Dolly, and
Cindy. "Shir,' was Home Ec. President and should be pretty use-
ful around the kitchen. She enjoys riding around in Dolly's car
but her biggest problem is getting up in time.
BURNHAM, SHIRLEY ARLENE "Jake" Academic
Mixed Chorus 2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,3g Spanish Club 2,35 Latin
Club lg Girls' Chorus 1.
ln the future, Shirley plans to become a teacher. She dislikes
people who are always late, and claims the movies as one of her
favorite pastimes. Her chums are Cheri, Susan, Pat, and Muriel.
BURNS, KATHRYN GWEN "Kizzy,, Home Economics
Orchestra 1,34 Home Economics Club l,2,S.
When not with Kenny, "Kizzy" can be seen with Shirley and
Dolly. She can find no time for conceited people. Horseback rid-
ing takes up some of her time and her biggest problem is being
able to "rise and shine" on time.
CAFFARELLI, CHARLES JOSEPH "Moon" Academic
Football 1,2,Sg Basketball lg Key Club lg Falcon 3, Varsity
Club 2,Sg Track 2,3g F.T.A. l,2g Spanish Club 2, Latin Club
1,25 Student Council 1,2,3.
Kaye takes up most of Charlie's time, but he can also be found
with Phil, Len, Jim, Heinz, and Bob. He wants most to be a suc-
cess in life. Getting in trouble is K'Moon's" worst fault.
CAFFARELLI, EVELYN MARIE "Ev" General
Cheerleading 1,25 Latin Club lg Student Council 2, F.N.A. 2.
Evelyn is known for her "Colgate smile." When not with "Dicki'
she can be seen with the girls or found in bed, Hoversleeping as
usual." Boys who smoke and drink do not rate with this future
CAMPBELL, JAMES "Soup'i Academic
Key Club 1, 25 Falcon S, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Boys,.Chorus lg
Varsity Club 2,Sg Baseball l,2,3g Latin Club 1.
"Soup,' hopes to become a Civil Engineer after graduation. Hunt-
ing is his favorite pastime. He attended Keystone Boys' State.
Len and Charlie are his best chums. Over-sleeping seems to be
his worst fault.
CANNISTRACI, JAMES EUGENE "Jim" Vocational
To be a mechanic is the ambition of this young fellow. He spends
a lot of time hunting and fishing. c'Ji.rn,' is one who always seems
to be in a hurry. His best pal is Tom Dawson.
Britton J. Bryan M. Bryan Burket Burnham
Burns C. Caifarelli E. Caflarelli Campbell Cannistraci
Cliristofic, Susan Marie "Sue" Secretarial
Girls' Basketball 1, Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, Band
2, 3, Photoghaphy Club 1, 2, 35 Commercial Club 2, 3.
Sue finds it difficult to get up in the morning. She pals with
Dot Stoner and claims her worst fault is fighting with Judy??
Chronister, Janice Elaine "Janie" Clerical
Commercial Club 2, S5 Student Council 1.
Driving over the mountain to see one of those Philipsburg
"Mounties" is Janieis favorite pastime. Her best chums are Nancy,
Ev, Bev, and Sonja. People who think they are better than anyone
else, really peeve Janie.
Clites, Robert W. "THF, General
Football 1, 2, XVrestling 1, Varsity Club 1, 2, S5 School Patrol lg
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics Club 2.
Girls, hunting and being with Frank and the "Gang" take up
much of Bob's time. Girls who smoke really peeve this future
Conrad, Jane Louise "Janie" Academic
F.T.A. 2, S, Spanish Club 2, S, Latin Club 15 Girls' Chorus.
Jane claims graduation as her special achievement while playing
the piano is her favorite pastime. She can be seen with Shirley,
Alfretta, Barb and Betty. Being late is her worst fault.
Conrad, Nancy Virginia "Nanny" General
Art Club 1, 3, Home Economics Club 2, 3, Library Club 1.
Nancy Whose ambition is to graduate, will not deny that her worst
fault is Utalkingf, VVhen not riding around in her own car she
can be seen with Shirl, Iudy, and the rest ot the 'igangfi
Couch, Linda Lucille "Rusty,' Home Economics
Art Club 1, 85 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 8.
Lincla's ambition is to buy a car, and "cowboys', never rate with
her. Iva lean, Peggy, and Bonnie are high on her list. Linda
claims her Worst fault is cracking gum!
Cowlier, Martha H. "Martyn Academic
Spokesman lg Art Club lg Library Club lg F.T.A. 2, 3g Latin
Club I, 2.
Dancing, eating, and cruising around in the "big Dodge" take up
much of Marty's time. When not working at "Davicl's," she can
be seen with Icanie. Janie, and Muriel. People who keep her
waiting never rate with Martha.
Crawford, James B., Jr. "Jim', Academic
Key Club lg Spokesman l, 2 3g Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, Spanish
Club 2g Latin Club lg Boys, Chorus 1.
Attending National 4-H Club Congress. and Keystone Boys' State
has taken up much of Iim's time. He also raises ho? on his
father,s farm and claims that "pinching pennies" is is Worrt
fault. Dick, Bernie and Jim seem to have no objection to this
fault, as they seem to be the best of friends.
Crust, Beverly Lou "Bev', Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3g Cheerleading 1, 2, 3g Commercial Club 2, 3.
A loyal member of the "F.B.L.A.," Bev is one of our peppy cheer-
leaders. Bev's ambition is to be a secretary, and conceited people
do not belong on her list. Most of her time is spent with Frank
or just cutting up. But beware, watch that jealousy, Bev!
Cupp, Gerald Eugene 'flerryt' Vocational
School Patrol 1 .
Ierryls ambition is to become a Forester. His favorite pastime
hunting and he claims Don, Pete, Lynn, Chub,. and Tom as 111s
best cliums. One of Ierry's worst faults is disturbing his classmates.
Cupp, Marilyn "Mari1yn', Academic
Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club lg F.N.A. 2.
This quiet young miss wants to be a "lady in white.', Penny,
Nancy, Sue, Bonnie and Jane are on the top of her list. You can
usually find her reading or bowling in her spare time.
Daughenbaugh, Iva Jean "Iva" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Library Club l, 2. 35 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3g
Photoghaphy Club 2g Commercial Club 2, S.
If Iva isn't playing the piano or organ, she is with Randy. She
also finds time for Linda, Gerry. Maureen, and the Wagners. Iva
can find no time for "show-offs" and "know-it-alls.',
Dean Decker Denny Eckley Eckroth
Fiore Fisher C. Fleck Fleck WV. Fleck
DEAN, BEVERLY ANN 1'Bev" Home Economics
Art Club 1,-3, Home Economics Club l,2,S.
Roller skating, sleeping late, Nancy, and Virginia take up most of
this galls t1me. Bev has no time or respect for conceited people.
DECKER, SAMUEL "Sammy Deckerl' Vocational
"Sammy', is very well known around T.A.H.S. and is very famous
for his size. Although he claims girls are his pet peeve, he seems
to spend plenty of ti.rne talking to them. Isn't that right, Sam? He
can be seen with Durwood and Dan.
DENNY, JUDITH ANN "Judy" General
Library Club 1.
Talking on the phone and passing senior math takes up much of
Judyls time. Judy can be seen with Molly and Nanci and she
claims her worst fault is cracking gum.
ECKLEY, NANCY JANE "Spike', General
Falcon 3, Cheerleading 3, Home Economics Club 2, Com-
mercial Club 2,3.
Nancy, better known as "Spike,', spends most of her time writing
letters to a certain someone in the "U.S.A.F.', She pals with
Janice, Ev, Bev, Melissa and the rest of the "gang.', Nancy claims
that eating and sleeping too much are her worst faults.
ECKROTH, JUDITH KAYE "Judie" Academic
Spokesman l,2,8g Band 1,2,3, Mixed Chorus 2,3g Choir,
Spanish Club 2,3g Latin Club 1, Ensemble l,2,3, F.N.A. 2,35
Girls' Chorus lg Youth Center Council l,2,-3.
This future "lady in white" can be seen with Helen, Kink, Penny,
and the rest of the "gang" Judie is known for being a great fan
of Johnny Mathis, for being feature editor of the Spokesman and
for teasing "Brub.H Most of the time she can be seen with Mike! l
FIORE, FLORENCE ELIZABETH "Flo" Secretarial
Spokesman 8, Latin Club 1, Photography Club lg Commer-
cial Club 2,3.
Flo plans to be a secretary. She can usually be found with the
"3 Barbsf' Waite, Welsh and Tower. Flo claims her worst fault
is "goofing off."
FISHER, CAROL ANNE "Fish" Academic
Falcon 3, Band 1,235 Mixed Chorus 268, Choir 3, Spanish
Club 2,35 Latin Club 1, F.N.A. 2,35 Girls' Chorus lg Youth
Center Council 1,2,S.
Terry takes up most of Carol's time, but she can also be found
with Kaye, Show, Judie, and Bonnie. To be a "lady in whitei' is
part of Carol's ambition. VVhat is the rest "Fish"??
FLECK, CAROLE LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,3g Spokesman 1,2,3g Library Club l,2,3,
Commercial Club 2,3.
Snobbish students are Cai-o1e's pet peeve. Roller skating and read-
ing rate tops with her and to be a Medical Secretary 1S her ambi-
tion. Best chums are Flo, Carol, Judy, Barb, Jane, and Peggy.
FLECK, MADELYN CAROL "Madge" General
Carol and Pat rate high on this galis list. Listening to VV.K.V.K..
dreaming of Philadelphia and losing her temper take up most of
her time. Count to ten, Madelyn! !
FLECK, WAYNE nliouiev VOC3fi0l1al
School Patrol 1,2,S.
Louie has a hard time getting his homework done and maybe that
problem lies in the fact that he spends too much t'me working on
his car. You know, Wayne, quiet mul-Hers arerft that bad! Roy,
Jim, Charlie, and Axel are tops on his list.
Franchio Frederick Friday Frantz Frye
Gardner Gebhart Geraci D. Getz T. Getz
FRANCHIO, VIRGINIA ROSE "Posy" Secretarial GARDNER, RICHARD WAYNE, JR. "Dick,' Academic
Commercial Club 2,3.
This charming girl wants to become a secretary. If Posey isnit
watching television and eating, she is usually with Carol, Jo, Pat,
and Shirley. She claims her worst fault is chewing gum. Con-
ceited people never rate with Posy!
FREDERICK, JANE ANNA "Janiev Clerical
Commercial Club 2,8.
Janie Wants to become a secretary, if she ever stops reading and
listening to music. Although Jane finds it difficult to keep quiet
at the right time, Barbara, Delores, and Carol do not seem to
niind. Janie claims her pet peeve is boys who think they know it
FRIDAY, KAREN GALE "Kay,' Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Spokesman 1,2g Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus
2,33 Senior Choir 3, Latin Club 1, Girls' Chorus 1.
Kay's future plans include taking up secretarial studies. She en-
joys playing records and spends a lot of her time with the "gang.',
Kay claims her problems all stem from driving the family car.
Remember that Paper Mill curve, Kay?!
FRANTZ, B. L. ROBERT "Tress" Vocational
Tressis ambition is to work in electronics. You can be sure to find
this guy with Peggy, or else with Dave, Rummy, and Meatball.
Girl smokers do not rate with him. WVatch out for that streak!
It's a Plymouth!
FRYE, DAVID A. "Puff" Vocational
Key Club 1,2,-3, School Patrol 1,2,S, Photography Club 1,2,3,
Public Address Technician 2,35 Youth Center Council 2,3.
When not with Marlene, Dave can be found slaving away at the
Radio Station. He also can be found with Meatball, Louie, Sam,
and George. To enter the field of electronics is Dave's ambition.
Wrestling I,2, Key Club 1,235 Spokesman 1,2,3, F.T.A.
1,2,S, Latin Club 15 Science Club 2.
If Dick can keep awake, he plans to attend the Naval Academy.
When not riding in the blue Chrysler, he can be found with Dave,
Phil, John, and Eric. Dick insists there is nothing worse than
doing homework. This fellow is President of the Key Club.
GEBHART, BONNIE LOU "Bonnie" Academic
Mixed Chorus 2,34 Senior Choir 3, Library Club 1,2,3, Latin
Club 1, Ensemble 1,2,Sg F.N.A. 2,35 Girls' Chorus 1.
At the present, Bonnie plans a future in nursing. When not with
Murray, she can be found with Kaye, Barb, Judie, and Carol.
Bonnieis pet peeve is people who crack chewing gum.
GERACI, JOSEPHINE MARIE "Jon Clerical
Library Club 25 Commercial Club 2,S.
At the top of Jo's list you will find Aretta, Carol, Audrey, Virginia,
and Toot. Reading and listening to the radio are her favorite pas-
times. Jois ambition is to work in an ofl-ice. She claims chewing
gum is her worst fault. VVatch out for those unexpected tests! !
GETZ, DAVID L. "Dave', Academic
Basketball 1,2,3, Falcon 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3, Senior Choir
2,35 Varsity Club 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,S, Student Council
1,2,3, Boys' Chorus 1.
Being a member of the All-West American Legion Baseball Team
is a sure sign of success. But more success will come to our Stu-
dent Council President when he Finishes college and- then Mayor
League Baseball! Phil, John, Dick and Tom are his favorite pals.
Take care of that "certain girl," Dave!
GETZ, THOMAS DALE 'gTom" Vocational
Mixed Chorus 1,2.
Tom spends a lot of time hunting and fishing but his ambition is
to become a machinist. He claims his pet peeve is girls. Late
hours make it hard for Tom to get up in the morning!
Glass, Sonja Kay "Glass,' Secretarial
Senior Tri Hi-Y 2, S, Falcon 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Cheerleading
1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 15 Commercial Club 2, 3.
Bev and the rest of the "F.B.L.Af' rate as Sonjas best chums.
In the future she plans to become a secretary. This perky young
miss, who is our head cheerleader, can't seem to stop talking in
class. She can End no time for stuck-up people.
Glenn, Helen Lindsey "Glenn" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Falcon S, Band 15 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 8, Library Club 1, Student Council 2,
Photography Club 1, 2, S5 Girls, Chorus 1, Octet 2, 85 Commer-
cial Club 2, S, Pep Club 3.
This galis ambition is to become a Medical Secretary, Assistant
and X-Pray Technologist. Her favorite pastime is being with
Jerry or the "girls" Stuck-up people do not rate with her. She
claims her special achievement as being selected for the Senior
Scout Roundup at Colorado Springs. Red hair, plus temper
belong to Helen!
Graves, E. Richard "Sonny', Vocational
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, S, Varsity Club 1, 2, S3
Student Council 1.
The "goof off' of T.A.H.S. is Sonny! When not working on car
engines, he can usually be found with Tom, Dave, Joe, and Tom.
Dick-'s ambition is to go to trade school. Best of luck, but be
careful of that temper, Sonny!
Gray, Shirley Ann "Punk', Secretarial
Library Club 1, Photography Club 3, Commercial Club 3.
In the future years, you will End this quiet gal taking care of
Tom, and becoming a good secretary. If "PunkU isn't eating
hoagies and doing oil paintings, she can be found with Dolly,
Virginia, Alfretta, and Jane. She has no time for snobbisli people.
Watch those late hours "Punk!"
Greene, Joe "Joe" Academic
Football 1, 2, 3, W1'estling 1, 2, 3, Ke Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club
l, 2, 3, School Patrol 1, 2, 81 Latin Club 1, 2.
Joe plans to join the Air Force. His two friends, Iohn Rhodes
and Lee Grimm, join him in lots of mischief! Girls that swear
and smoke are his pet peeve and his worst fault is staying too
late at a certain g1rl's house!
Grimm, Lee A. "Lee', General
WVrcstling 1, 2, 8, Key Club 1, 2, 3, School Patrol 1, 2, 3, Base-
ball 1, S5 Photography Club 2, 3.
Another "goof offv is Lee. He feels that his special achievement
is becoming a senior. When not with Joe G1'eene and Dick Miller,
this fellow may be found hunting or eating pizza. Lee claims
that getting his driver's license is his Worst fault.
Minuet at Adams School.
Slumber-Party in Washington! Did we
ever really slumber?
Gunsallus, Carol Edith "CaroI', Academic
Falcon 35 Band 1, 2, S, Mixed Chorus 2, 8, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Latin Club 15 Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Pep Club 3.
This late starter has beautiful hair. She plans to attend college and
hopes to set aside the business of worry. Cheri, Peggy, and Busy,
rate high on her list of friends. Noisy classes peeve her as she
likes to get good grades.
Gurekovich, Mary Ann "Gureky', General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Library Club 1, 2, 3.
Mary Ann is anxious to graduate and get married. Her favorite
pastime is writing to, or being with Jay. She claims her best
chums are Iay Bickle and the gang from State College. Mary
Ann cannot tolerate smart, and conceited boys. Watch that hot
temper and end the late hours, "Gureky!U
Hagg, Richard james "Mumpl1" General
Football lg VVrestling 1, 2, Varsity Club 1, 25 Track lg Baseball
l., 2g Spanish Club 1.
Furthering his education to work at the Dairy is his aim. He
chums with Dave, Phil and John but being with Evelyn is
'KMumph's,' favorite pastime. Getting up late in the morning is
his worst fault.
Hale, Lane Eugene "Butch', Vocational
Key Club 1, 2, 3.
You can find this boy toiling away at Shopeis Garage. Hunting
is his favorite pastime. Hunting what, Lane?l He claims Watch-
'ng the late shows on TV is his Worst fault. He can be seen with
Hall, Patricia Ann 'Tatsyi' Clerical
Patsy churns With Madelyn and Carol and arguing with Carol is
her favorite pastime. She admits that talking on the telephone is
her Worst fault and her pet peeve is conceited people.
Hambright, Muriel Faye "Kate" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Falcon 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Choir 2, SQ
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Ensemble 1, 2,
35 Girls' Chorus 1.
Kate's ambition is to be a teacher??? She pals with Karen and
Virginia. Sleeping is Kateis favorite pastime, homework her
pet peeve, and being late is her worst fault.
HAMER, GAIL MARIE "Proxy" Academic
Spokesman 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus 1,25 Senior Choir 3, Girls'
Chorus 1, F.T.A. 1,2,3, Ensemble 1,2,Sg Photography Club
3, Spanish Club 2,3, Youth Center Council 1,2,S.
This girl pals with the 'tgangf' Driving the Chevy and being
Worthy Advisor of the Rainbow keeps her busy. Moody people
incl her pet peeve and never getting home on time is her worst
HAMPLE, LARRY "Hamp' Vocational
Larry chums with Dick, Ted, Skip and Ed. Chasing girls keeps
this boy quite busy and he also toils away at the Tyrone Laundry
Company. Girls with pony tails peeve him? ? ! ! To finish school
is his ambition.
HAND, RICHARD R. "Randy', Vocational
Randy pals with Bob, Dave, and Axel. Lack of patience is this
boyis Worst fault. Conquering the Decker Hollow road is his
special achievement, while hunting and fishing are his favorite
pastime. Randy desires to become a great machinist.
HARDY, LEONARD D. "L.D.,' Academic
XVrestling 1,2,Sg Key Club 1,2,Sg Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus
1,2,3, Senior Choir S, Varsity Club 1,2,3g School Patrol 1,
F.T.A. 1,24 Latin Club lg Boys' Chorus 1.
To make millions While loafing is L.D.'s ambition! He pals with
jim, Charlie, and Phil. Sleeping is his worst fault. He claims he
is employed at T.A.H.S. L.D.'s special achievement was going to
Keystone Boys' State.
HARPSTER, ELLA R. "Eloise" Gen:ral
Library Club 1,2,-35 F.N.A. 1.
Eloise would like to become a "lady in whitef, She pals with
Bonnie and Peg. Oil paintings are her favorite hobby but she
admits that not doing homework is her worst fault. Girls who
smoke do not rate with her.
HARPSTER, nor W., Ja. "Harp" Vocational
School Patrol 1,2,S.
To own a gas station is Harp's ambition. He pals with Louie, and
working on his "Bomb,' is his favorite pastime. Powerless cars
peeve him and keeping late hours is this boy's worst fault.
HEADINGS, SAMUEL ELWOOD "Sam" Academic
School Patrol 1,2,3g Latin Club 1,2.
Sam toils away at Fink's Drug Store. His chums are George, Bob,
Nick, and Larry. Owning a Dodge, he travels to the "away', toot-
ball games. Spending a week's pay in less than a week he claims
as his special achievement!
HIGGINS, GERALD RAYMOND "HigS" General
Football 1,2,3g Varsity Club 2,3g Track 1,235 Spanish Club
2, Student Council 1.
"Higs" favorite pals are Frank, Heinz and Jim. His pet peeve is
putting the car away! When not at Judyis house, he is usually
found sleeping late or just having a good tlme in general.
HILLARD, MARSHA LOUISE "Marsha', Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Senior Choir 33 Mixed Chorus 2,35
lg Latin Club 2,3g F.N.A. 2,39 Girls' Chorus 1, Girls' Sott-
To be a "lady in white" is Marsha's aim. She chums with Karen,
Muriel and Marva. Chewing gum noisely is her worst fault. Pass-
ing her driver's test was her special achievement and she has little
time for careless, sloppy people.
HOUCK, HERBERT J. "Herb', Vocational
Mixed Chorus 2, F.F.A. 1,2,3.
Herb's ambition is to becornei a farmer. He pals with Roy and
Vince, and can be seen heading for Tyrone at a terriH-ic speed.
What's the hurry, Herb? l This boy also toils away at the Mountain
Hamer Hample Hand Hardy H21l'DSteY
Harpster Headings Higgins Hillard Houck
HRYNCIU, JOHN A. "John" Academic
Basketball lg Key Club lg Mixed Chorus l,2,3g Senior Choir
8, Spanish Club 2, Latin Club lg Student Council 3, Boys,
Chorus lg Science Club 2.
To Hy in the wide blue yonder as a pilot is John's ambition. Lee
and Torp are his best friends. Hunting and fishing are his favorite
pastimes, but he is also employed at the A Sz P Company.
IVASILE, FRANK J. "Span" Academic
Football l,2,3g Mixed Chorus l,2,3g Boys' Chorus lg Varsity
Club 2,3, Track l,2,S.
A career with Uncle Sam's Air Force is this boyis aim. He claims
that graduating from school will be a special achievement. His
pals are Haze, Heinz, Jim, and Higs. He claims his favorite pas-
time is riding to Sinking Valley.
ISENBERG, LLEWLLYN EDWARD "Ace', General
Mixed Chorus l,2,3g School Patrol 1.
Ace would like to buy a new car. He claims his pet peeve is
listening to Connie crack gum. We know that driving too fast is
his Worst fault. His favorite pastime is girls and he pals with
Cary, Palmer, and Kerry.
ISENBERG, VIRGINIA M. "Jenny" General
Art Club lg Home Economics Club 2,35 Commercial Club 1.
To graduate is Jenny's ambition at present. Later she would like
to become a housewife. Her pal is Sue, and babysitting is her
favorite pastime. She claims eating is her worst fault and she ob-
jects to conceited people.
JAMES, LYNN L. "JesseU Vocational
'gJesse's'l ambition is to become an airline worker. He gives no
attention to conceited girls, and pals with Dale, Bill and Jim.
He's a member of the Tyrone Drum and Bugle Corp and works
at Read 81 Derick's.
JOHNSON, SANDRA JEAN "Sandy" Clerical
Mixed Chorus 2,3g Girls' Chorus 1.
Sandy can usually be found with Linda, Dolly, and Nanci. Talk-
ing in classes seems to be her Worst fault. She has little time for
people who smoke, but enjoys dancing and having fun.
JOHNSTON, WARREN EDWARD "Edgar,, Vocational
To be a mechanic or a millionaire is this boy's ambition. He
pals with Newt, Louie, and Puff. Late hours and drag racing are
his Worst faults. A lot of time is spent working on his car.
KIMBERLING, ALMA JANE "Alma" Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1,24 Library Club l,3.
Alnia's goal is to become a secretary, but right now her main
ambition is to graduate from T.A.H.S. She can .be seen with
Gerry, Mary, and Connie. Playing the accordion 1S her favorite
pasltime. Getting homework Hnished seems to be Almais hardest
KIMBERLING, MARGARET ANN "Peg" Home Economics
Art Club 3g Home Economics Club 1,2,S.
To finish school is Peg's aim. She can be found having fun in
Home Ec. with Bonnie, Linda and Frances. She also spends much
time working in the 4-H Baby Beef Club. Smart boys do not rate
with this girl!
KINGSTON, BARBARA ANN "Kinky" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Spokesman l,2,8g Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus
2,3, Photography Club 1,2,3g Girls, Chorus lg Commercial
This gal is bound to become a successful secretary for Pan Amer-
ican Airlines, But for now, she is content to laugh and have fun
with Helen, Judie, and the rest of the "gang.', Naturally, her pet
peeve is people who won't have fun! Drinking Pepsi could be
Kink's worst fault.
I-lrynciu Ivasile Isenberg, L. Isenberg, V. James, L.
Johnson, S. Johnston, W. Kimberling, A. Kimberling, M. Kingston
Knox, Charles Leroy, Jr. "Lee" Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Senior Choir 2, 3, F.T.A.
1, Boys' Chorus 1.
This fellow just wants to be a success in life. He can be found
anytime with Liner, Beck, Postreich, and Hrynciu. Falling up
stairs seems to he a bad habit of Lee's. VVS hope there will
always be someone to catch himl
Kobuck, Richard Marion "Dick', Vocational
Band 1, 2, 3.
Dick is one of the good-looking, quiet ones of the class, but he's
sure to be a succes as a machinist. Leonard Hardy and Tom Getz
help this lad pass time. He also spends a lot of time hunting and
fishing. Dick isn't too fond of homework!
Laird, Gladys Ruth "Rutl1,' Clerical
Library 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, S.
The first thing Gladys wants to do when she graduates is work!
She makes 11er Way along with Barbara, Nancy and Roselyn. She
makes a lot of trips to Marengo. We wonder whv? This gal
passes a lot of time on the telephone. Her best achievements
are typing and bookkeeping.
Lamberson, Judith Elaine "Lamb', Secretarial
Commercial Club 2, 3.
Judyis ambition is to become a bookkeeper. She spends her time
with Shirley Savitts and Judy Stahl. Camping at Poe Valley to
get away from the noise seems to be a good thing for this girl.
She is greatly annoyed by noisy muiflers. By night, she may be
caught raiding the ice-box!
Langenbacher, Nancy Jean "Nance,' Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, F.T.A. 3, Latin Club l, 25
Student Council 2, 3, F.N.A. 2, Girls' Chorus 1.
Nance should make a good elementary teacher in the future. As
for now, she is living it up at the Friday night dances. Snobbish
people do not rate with her but if you like to talk, that is her
main interest. Nancy was elected to "Outstanding Citizenv at
Girls, State and attended the Girls' Nation at Wash., D.C.
Lannen, Nanci C. "Nanci" Clerical
Mixed Chorus 2, S, Library Club 2, 35 Photography Club 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Chorus 1, Commercial Club 2.
Nanci wants to become a housewife. We wonder whose? She
chums with Dolly, Sandy, Judy, and Molly and is one of those
talkers in Mrs. Campbell s class. Dancing is her favorite pastime.
She seems unable to keep that chewing gum quiet!
just one of these get-to-gether!
LaPorte, Nancy Ann "Zeke" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 83 Spanish
Club 2, 33 Student Council S, Photography Club 1, 2, 35 Girls'
"Zeke" wants to be a success in life. Kaye, Carol, Barbara and
the rest of the gang are usually found with this gal. Boys who
smoke and drink irk her. Nancy was one of the outstanding
Worthy Advisors of Rainbow.
LaPorte, Terry L. "ZekeU Academic
Key Club 1, 2, Sg Band 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, S, Senior
Choir 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Photography Club 1, 2, 84 Boys' Chorus
To go to college is Ter1'y's aim. He can be seen anytime with
Gary, Paul, Nap, Jerry, Dave or Sam. Terry likes to ride around
town. Maybe that's the reason homework is not always done??
He can also be caught day-dreaming in class.
Liner, Leroy Calvin "Leroy', Academic
Mixed Chorus lg Boys' Chorus 1.
Leroy is going to be a farmer. He pals around with Lee Knox
and John Hrynciu. In his spare time he likes to hunt and iish.
Leroy finds it hard to get that homework done every night.
Linn, Dolores "Dory" Clerical
Spokesman lg Band 2, 3g Senior Choir 31 Library Club 1, 2,
Girls' Chorus 1, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Dory wants to be a secretary and a good housewife. Her close
friends are Jane, Pat, and Barbara. For her pastime, she cnioys
playing the piano. Dory can often be seen talking in class. This
gal can bake a good chocolate cake.
Loose, Monita Marlene "Bonnie" Home Economics
Art Club S, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3.
Bonnie just wants to 1'-ind a job before she gets married. She can
be seen in the halls with Dot, Ella, and the rest of the Home Ee.
Girls. Being with Ray takes up a lot of her time. Her worst fault
is watching for black Fords. We wonder why?
Lucas, Kerry Lynn "Buffalo', Clerical
Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, S.
Kerry would like to continue with school to become an accountant.
Tom, Sonny, Lynn, Ron, and Willy can be seen struggling along
with Kerry to get to school in the morning. Kerry likes to hunt
and fish. His special achievement is being the President of Young
Kindergarten at Adams for some of those sophisticated Seniors.
Maisano Markle Marshall Maule McCahan
McClellan McCloskey McFarland Michaels Miles
MAISANO, JAMES ANTHONY "snuff" Vocational MCCLELLAN, MARILYN SUE "SHED Academic
Football 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2,3g Varsity Club 1,2,Sg Track
1,2,3, Student Council 1,2,3.
"SnuH" wants to be a teacher. He makes his way along with
Jud, Heinz, Span, Moan and Higg. His pet peeve is girls. Jim
uses his extra time for sports. He also works for Rupert Chevrolet.
Someday, he may become ill on Strawberry Shortcake!
MARKLE, ROSELYN A. "Rickie" Academic
Mixed Chorus 2,3g Art Club lg Latin Club 25 F.N.A. 2g
Girls' Chorus 1.
Boys who tease take up little of Roselynis time! To be a secretary
is her ambition. YVhen not with Barb, Gladys or Darlene, she can
be found dancing or listening to records.
MARSHALL, TOM "Tom" Academic
Football 1,23 Basketball 1,24 Varsity Club 1,2,3g Track 1,2,3g
Student Council 1.
Driving to Jersey Shore is Tom's pastime. Why there?? To be a
Math teacher or an accountant is Tom's ambition. Homework is
this boy's pet peeve and his worst fault is too many trips to Jersey
MAULE, DANIEL A. "Punk" Academic
Latin Club 1,23 Photography Club 1,2,3g Science Club 1.
If Dan isn't listening to classical music or playing chess, he can
be seen with Bob. Conceited girls do not rate with him and keep-
ing up with his homework is his hardest task. To be an electrical
engineer is his ambition. Good luck, Dan!
MCCAHAN, ARETTA LOUISE "Rhet,' General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 35 Library Club l,2,3.
"Rhet" keeps the poahnan busy when not with Bonnie, Toot, Peg,
Io and the rest of the gang. She earns her money at the Pantry
and has one fault, not being on time!
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Mixed Chorus 2, Spanish Club 2,85 Latin
Club lg Photography Club 1,2,S5 F.N.A. 2,33 Girls' Chorus 1.
Sue aspires to be a nurse. She can be found with the gang.
People who say, "I told you so" are her pet peeve.
McCLOSKEY, JAMES N. 'Qlagi' Vocational
School Patrol 1.
To be a mechanic is Jim's ambition. When not working on cars
he can be found with Wayne, Roy, Axel, and Charlie, Iim does
not like stuck-up girls and staying out late is his worst fault.
McFARLAND, MOLLY LOUISE "Morf" General
Library Club l,2.
Molly and boys with red hair do not get along together, but Judy
and Nanci are her true friends. Molly would like to join the
Waves. Losing her temper is her worst fault.
MICHAELS, CHESTER, JR. "Red" Academic
Football 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2,3g Varsity Club 2,35 Latin
Chet, a future engineer, says talking too much is his worst fault.
Getting to work at the Wilson Theatre on time is his special
zgclgevement. His best chums are Heinz, Frank, Jim, Charles and
MILES, PHILIP REESE "Phil', Academic
Basketball l,2,8, Varsity Club 2,33 Spanish Club 2,3g Latin
Phil .plans to go to college after graduation. He likes to watch
television. Not getting his homework done is his worst fault. Iohn,
Charles, Dave, and Dick rate as Phil's best chums.
Miller, B. Miller, G. Miller, M. Miller, R. Miller, Rob
Minemier Moore Morrissey Morrow Myers
MILLER, BARBARA JEAN "Shown Academic MINEMIER, JERRY LEE "Head" Vocational
Band 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Senior Choir 35 Spanish Club
2,35 Latin Club 15 Girls, Chorus 1.
"Show" is famous for her nickname. With her good looks she
should be a real success. She can be seen riding around town
with Kaye, Carol, and Nancy. This gal's Worst fault is forgetful-
ness. Sloppy people do not rate with her.
MILLER, GEORGE ERIC "Ricky Academic
Key Club 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Senior Choir 2,35 F.T.A.
l,2,35 Latin Club 15 Photography Club 1,35 Boys' Chorus
15 Science Club 2.
To be an engineer is Rick's ambition and with his brains he'll
make the grade. Bernie and Dan are also his brainy associates.
Playing Hi-H records provides relaxation for Rick. He just hates
pulling those weeds on Fifth Street!
MILLER, MARGARET MAE "Pat" Clerical
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Art Club 15 Library Club 2,35 Commer-
cial Club 2,-3.
Pat is just looking forward to graduation. She can be seen hurry-
ing through the halls with Barb, Carol, and Judy. Most of her time
is spent with a certain fellow. People who are late try Pat's
patience. Cracking gum and talking are her worst faults.
MILLER, RICHARD E. "Haze" Academic
Football 1,2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Key Club 1,2,35 Varsity
Club 2,35 Track 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Spanish Club 25 Latin
Club 15 Photography Club 2,35 Youth Center Council 1,2,3.
"Haze's', ambition is to be a teacher. Bob Steck rates with this
fellow. He spends his extra time on photography work. A twisted
ankle will be the end of him yet! We are sure a certain English
teacher's patience is almost exhausted.
MILLER, ROBERT Vocational
Key Club I,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Orchestra
35 Boys' Chorus 15 Youth Center Council 1,2,3.
Jerry hopes to be a carpenter. He makes his way with Dave, Jim,
and Gary, His pet peeve is girls. We wonder why? The "Head',
can be seen micking the "Three Stooges." Jerry was responsible
for the destruction of five dmmheads!
MOORE, KATHERINE S. "Scribe" Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Falcon 35 Band l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35
Library Club 15 Spanish Club 2,35 Latin Club 15 Student
Council 25 Photography Club 25 Girls, Chorus 15 Youth
Center Council 1,2,3.
Charlie takes up most of Kaye's time but she can also be found
with Show, Carol, Nancy, and Judie. College is her goal. She dis-
likes people lacking school spirit. She claims her temper is her
MORRISSEY, CAROL ANN "Carol" Business Education
Photography Club 2,35 Commercial Club 2,3.
To graduate seems to be Carol's chief ambition. People who are
too serious do not rate with her. She loves chewing gum, and ice
skating is high on her pleasure list. Her favorite pals are Madelyn,
the two Pats, and of course we can't forget Charlie!
MORROW, MARGARET LOUISE "Peg" Academic
Band 1,25 Senior Choir 35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Latin Club 15
Ensemble 1,2,35 Girls, Chorus 15 Science Club 1.
ltis a real chore for Peg to make the school bus on time. She will
have no trouble in becoming a success in the future as Mindy,
Patty, Busy, Barb, and Kaye will agree. Boys who smoke, drink,
and swear do not rate with this girl.
MYERS, PATSY ANN "Patsy'i Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Band 1,2,35 Art Club 1,2,35 Library Club
l,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Photography Club 1,25 F.N.A. I,2.
Writing letters to Dave is Patty's favorite pastime. To be a nurse
is her ambition. Marva, Kay, Barb, and Muriel are her best chums.
Naylor, Doris Ann "Dorie" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 15 Spokesman 1, 2, 8, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Dorie desires to become a good secretary. Her favorite pastime
is driving the Dodge and going places with Donna, Pat, and Dot.
Report cards are her pet peeve.
Naylor, Elizabeth Lee "Busy', Academic
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 2, S, En-
semble 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club
1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1.
Busy attended All State Chorus and hopes to live a successful life.
She claims conceited girls do not rate with her. She makes many
quick trips to VVarriors Mark. Her best chums are Melissa, Becky,
Mindy, Peggy and Pat.
Nead, Geraldine Janet "Gerry', General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, Library Club
1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Photography 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Dancing and going to the movies with the gang are "Gerry,sU
favorite pastimes. After graduation, she wishes to become a sec-
retary. Girls who smoke do not rate with her.
Nearhoof, Barbara Ann "Barb,' Academic
Art Club 35 Home Economics Club 2, 35 Library Club 1, 2, 3.
Talking on the telephone is Barb's favorite pastime. Getting
a job is her ambition after graduation. She dislikes boys who
"cowboy," and going to Marengo seems to be her worst fault.
Gladys, Iudy and Roselyn are her best chunis.
Nevling, Alton Lynn "Pete" Vocational
To get out of school is "Pete's" ambition and hunting is his
favorite sport. He receives his extra money from Reese's Clover
FaiinbStJre and his best chums are Don, Jerry, Lynn, Ed, Blair
unc ic .
Newlin, Mary Melinda "Mindyv Academic
Spokesman 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Senior Choir 35 Girls, Chorus 1-
Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Science
Club 2, S.
"Mindy" is sometimes known as "Stilts" to her friends. She
has not decided on her career. When not sailing or swimming,
she can be found with "Deen, Busy, Show, and Zeke, Mindy
claims her worst fault is being late.
VVeren,t we feeling gay?
The sixth grade trip
to the Cour
Nowlin, Penelope L. "Penny" Academic
Band 1, 2, 8, Mixed Chorus 2, S, Senior Choir 33 Latin Club 1,
F.N.A, 25 Girls' Chorus 1.
After Penny receives her diploma she wants to go to college. VVhen
not with Judie, Helen, Bonnie, and Carol she can be found at
sports events or dances. Her pet peeve is phone calls and her
worst fault is fighting.
O'Rourke, Francis J. "Heinz" Academic
Football 1, 2, S: Varsity Club 2, 3: Track 2, 3, Latin Club 1.
Either college or the Air Force will be the lucky place to have
this handsome guy. The Tyrone News Agency is his place of
occupation. Chewing gum is Heinz's worst fault. Jim, Frank,
Higs, and Charlie are his bust chums.
Owens, Irene Frances "Bullet" Vocational Home Ec.
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, Senior Tri-Hi-Y S5 Art Club 85 Home
Economics Club 1, 2, 3.
To be a beautician is this gal's ambition. Going to Jersey Shore
is her favorite pastime. When not there, she can be seen with
Marva, Middy or Lynette. Her worst fault seems to be talking,
as she is caught many times in class!
Parks, Edward T. "Ed" Vocational
Science Club 3.
Ed is going to be an assistant to Smoky the Bear. His worst
fault seems to be his temper. When not with Bob, Gary, or
Chuck, you can find him hunting or fishing. He claims he has
been self-employed for the last five years????
Patterson, Elizabeth Ann "Libby" Academic
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, S, F.N.A. 3, Spanish Club 2, 8,
Latin Club 1, 2, Girls' Chorus 1.
Libby hopes to be another Florence Nightingale. Dancing, parties,
and eating are the things she likes best. Getting home late is her
worst fault. She dislikes moody people but Bob ie, Gail, and Sue
are her best chums.
Patton, David "S cipiov Academic
"Scipio'l just wants to be successful in something, maybe archery
or hunting!!! Little people with big mouths peeve this lad. Ed,
Bob, Jerry, Ron and Lee are his best chums.
PEASE, PATRICIA "Pat" Academic
Mixed Ch 2.3, S ' Ch ' 3- E 1 . ,
raphy Clucbngg Girls'eC1l'lJdl'us lllr , nsemb e 123, Photog
Pat hopes to be an elementary teache . Wh t 'th Sh' 1
Betty, Peg, and Cheri, she is playing tlhe piasg. no W! lr ey,
POSTREICH, KURT TERRANCE "Terry" Academic
Wrestling 1,25 Ke Cl b 1,2,-3, M' d Ch 12 . i
Chorus lg Senior C'hoiru2,3g Latin Clidb 1, Slgliiislf fiiiblaglligr.
Terry hopes to be.a commissioned oilicer in the Coast Guard.
Playing the accordion is his favorite pastime. When not with
Cheri, he can be found with Bemie, George, Bob, and Dick.
RAMSEY, CONNIE LOU "Lori, Clerical
Lou's ambition is to be a secretary. She has no time for girls who
smoke. Her best chums are Linda, Marjorie, Sharon and Alma,
It seems that talking on the telephone is her worst fault. She
enjoys skating and television.
RAY, CINDY LEE "Cin" Home Economics
Art Club l,2,3, Home Economics Club l,2,3.
Johnny takes up most of Cindy's time but Evelyn, Sh'l d
Dolly are also good friends. She wants,to marry after gflaclvlllatillln,
so good luck, Cindy! She claims laziness is her worst fault.
REINSCHMIDT, ROBERT Hnummyi' vocational
Rummyis secret ambition is to graduate. He loves to hunt and
smoke and see lane. Filter Cigarettes are his pet peeve and late
hours his worst fault.
RICE, PEGGY JANE "Frizz" General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 34 Spokesman 1,2,Sg Band 1,25 Library Club
l,2,3g Commercial Club 2,S.
Frizz is considering a job with the telephone company. Girls that
smoke peeve her, and her Worst fault is talking out of turn. When
not sleeping, she may be found with Bonnie, Aretta, Toot and Io.
ROMANO, MABEL HELEN "Dolly,' Home Economics
Girls' Basketball 2,33 Art Club 3, Home Economics Club
l,2,3g Library Club 2,3.
Dolly can be seen riding around in her chevy with Rose, Shirley
and Barbara. Staying awake in English class is her hardest task.
She has a pet peeve and that is girls who smoke!
ROMANO, PATRICIA ANN "Toot" Clerical
Girls' Basketball lg Library Club l,2,-35 Commercial Club 2,3.
"Tootl' is cute and friendly. She adores serious people and can
be found working at the Wilson Theatre. She claims getting mar-
ried Would be her special achievement. She pals with Bonnie,
Nancy, Jo and Peggy.
ROSS, IEANNETTE M. "Jeanie" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Band 1,2,3g Library Club 2,33 Com-
mercial Club 2,3.
Jeanie is a cute girl with dark brown hair. She loves a certain
'58 Chevy and just can't seem to be ready when that special some-
one calls! Conceited people irk her.
ROSSMAN, BONNIE LOU "Bonnie" General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Band 1,2,3g Commercial Club 2,3.
Bonnie, a perky majorette of T.A.H.S., is noted for her crazy
laugh and cute smile. Toot, Peggy, Aretta, and Josephine rate
high on her list of friends. She is often seen with "Screech."
Pease Postreich Ramsey Ray Reinschmidt
Rice Romano, M. Romano, P. Ross Rossman
RUTHERFORD, CHARLES Vocational
SAVITTS, SHIRLEY IRENE "Sackitts', Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,3g Girls' Chorus 1.
This gal says she intends to get just what she wants! ! She can be
seen working in Mr. Mooreis office second period. Her favorite
pasfinge as making pizzas with Judy, Lamb, Carol, Red, Nance
an ar .
SCHAUL., ROBERT CLAYTON "Butch" Academic
Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,35 Spanish Club 2,S.
Butch, a cute, slow walking guy, Wants to enter the Coast Guard
Academy. Basketball is his favorite sport. ALL girls peeve Butch
and bashfulness is his worst fault.
SCHOPP, DAVID ALLEN "Dave" Vocational
Dave, a future machinist, loves to hunt and i-ish. Randy, Axel, and
Charlie seem to rate as his best chums. Dave claims that keeping
late hours is his worst fault.
SCORDO, JAMES F., JR. "Meatball" Vocational
Football 2, Wrestling 2, Key Club 2.
The field of electronics is bound to be this ladis future. When not
with Mary Ann, he can be seen working at Engleman's Florist
Shop, Dave, John, and Rummy are his best pals. Getting up every
morning at six is his pet peeve.
SEINER, GEORGE FRANKLIN "Newt,' Vocational
This lad's ambition is to stay single! However, he can be found
with Rummy, Lan, and Puff, watching the blonde girls. Keeping
late hours is his worst fault.
SHAW, BARBARA ANN "Barb" Academic
Slegior Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Spanish Club 253, Latin Club lg F.N.A.
Barb, a future lady in white, loves swimming, skating and sewing.
When not riding in a certain green and white Buick, she may be
found with JoAnn and Jane. She is employed at the Country
SHAWLEY, RICHARD "Dick" Vocational
The Tyrone Equipment Company is "Dick's" place of employ-
ment. He may be found With Eddie, Jim, Charlie, and Doug.
To be an automobile mechanic is his ambition and he enjoys Work-
ing on his ,40 Chevy. Dick claims smoking is his worst fault.
SHELLENBERGER, JUDITI-I L. "Judy', Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Library Club 1,25 Commercial Club 2,3.
Judy is employed at Sharer's Grocery Store and is well on her
way as a private secretary. Chewing gum and bad temper are her
worst faults. For relaxation, she claims music is the best!
SIMONDALE, NANCY "Nancy" Academic
Girls' Basketball 1,2,Sg F.T.A. l,2,3g Spanish Club 2, Latin
Nancy want to be a health and Phys. Ed. teacher in the future.
She enjoys listening to music and claims girls who smoke do not
interest her. Being late is Nancy's worst fault. Bobbie and Barb-
ara are her best friends.
Rutherford Savitts Schaul Schopp Scordo
Seiner Shaw Shawley Shellenberger Siinondale
Snyder, Robert M. "CH" Academic
Band 1, 2, S1 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Sg Senior Choir 2, 3: Ontet 2,
Art Club 1, 3, Orchestra 2, 35 Latin Club lg Boys, Chorus 1.
"Cit" is a very active and ambitious fellow and is employed at
XVestem Auto. His ambition is to travel. His special achieve-
ments were District and State Band. Music is his favorite pastime.
Spicer, Axel L. "I-Ierk" Vocational
School Patrol 1, 2, S.
"Herk" claims his ambition is just to get out of school. He may
Ee seen in the halls of T.A.H.S. with Roy, Jim, Wayne, Randy and
Spicer, Delores M. "Dee" Home Economics
Art Club 1, 3, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3.
This girl claims that reading and eating are delightful pastimes.
Her best friends are Donna and Gloria. Not paying attention
in class is Deeis worst fault and her pet peeve is conceitecl boys.
Spyker, Jon Lynn "Spike" Vocational
Key Club 1.
Spike is another future machinist and is known for Working with
cars. Spangler Motors has something to do with this. Don and
Ieg are his best chums and girls, especially smart ones, just don't
Stahl, Judy L. "Judy" General
Art Club 35 Home Economics Club 2, 8. P
To own a white Ford Convertible is this lassis ambition. She can
usually be seen with Sackitts, Lamb and Barb. Talking on the
telephone is her favorite pastime.
Steck, Robert Clark "Steck" Academic
Football 1, 2, S, Basketball 1, 25 Key Club l, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Track 2, S, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin
Club lg Student Council 2.
Steck, with all his ambition and extra activities, is sure to succeed
in the coaching profession. When not with c'Haze" you may find
him speeding out the "Lane" to see "Sonja."
Dave took the lead early in his CHTGGI.
Steinbeiser Steele, D.
Steele, M. Stoner
Troop 16 on a binge!
Steinbeiser, Vincent "The Honorable Crowi' Vocational
F.F.A. 1, 2, 8.
Vincent plans to buy a farm, if he graduates! Square dancing is
a favorite pastime but he claims second period study hall on
Thursday and Friday as his pet peeve. Herb, Roy, Harvey, Dwayne
and Gary are his best buddies.
Steele, Diane Kay "Diane', Home Economics
Art Club 1, 3, Home Economics 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, S.
This girl wants to be a success! When not writing to Gene, she can
be seen with Marge or Jed. She dislikes conceited people and
biting her finger nails is her worst fault.
Steele, Marjorie Ellen "Marge" Clerical
Commercial Club 1.
This girl is a future secretary. She likes dancing and skating and
may be seen in the halls with Connie, Sharon, Linda, or Pat.
She cannot stand untruthful people and her worst fault is her
Stoner, Dorothy Anne "Dottie" Clerical
Spokesman 1, 2, S, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3,
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 8, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Dottie has a lot of zip! She is a loyal member of "The Gang."
Her special achievement was the P.S.U.,s Junior Prom. She
loves to dance and swim and Wants to be a receptionist. Her pet
peeve is girls who smoke.
Stouffer, Sandra Kay "Sandy" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, F.T.A. 35 Latin Club 1, Photography Club
3, Commercial Club 3.
This girl aspires to be a secretary. She can be seen riding in a
'57 Chevy. Eating pizza pie she finds most pleasurable and she
can't stand bossy people!
Summers, Roberta Mae 'KBobbie" Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 35 Library Club 2, 85 F.T.A.
2, 3, Photography Club 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Bobbie wants to be a secretary. She loves to dance and go to
parties. She thinks ber special achievement was learning how to
make pizza pie. She dislikes conceitecl boys.
Swisher Tower Turnbaugh VanAllman Wagner, D
VVagner, S. Waite, B. Waite, D. VValk, J. Walker, P
SWISHER, SUSAN "Swish" Academic
Spanish Club 2, Latin Club lg Girls, Chorus 1.
This girl can usually be seen reading a book. Someday she will
be a faithful nurse. She rates Shirley Burnham as her best friend.
Her special achievement is making pizza pie. "Swish" greatly dis-
likes people who brag and her worst fault is forgetting things.
TOWER, BARBARA JAYNE "Barb', Secretarial
Mixed Chorus 2,35 Senior Choir 35 Photography Club l,2,Sg
Girls' Chorus lg Commercial Club 2,S.
Making Ron happy is this gal's ambition. Barb, Flo and Sandy
rate as her best chums. She can be seen traveling to Hollidaysburg
most any time. Admits she cannot stand conceited girls and her
worst fault is being late.
TURNBAUGH, RHELDA CAROL "Rhelda', Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Spokesman 1,2,3g Girls, Chorus lg Com-
mercial Club 2,3g Pep Club 3.
Rhclda wishes to become a secretary. She can be seen in the
halls with Carol and Dolly. Reading and driving are her hobbies.
Her special achievement was being Recorder for the Rainbow Girls.
She greatly dislikes high school students who drink and smoke.
VANALLMAN, DELORES MAY "Dolly,, Secretarial
Mixed Chorus 2,3g Choir S5 F.T.A. l,2,35 Latin Club 1,
Photography Club l,2g Girls' Chorus lg Commercial Club 3,
School Bank 3.
Dolly, a future secretary, can be seen with Shirley, Marsha, Rhelda,
and Barb in the halls of T.A.H.S. Her favorite pastime is writing
letters to Penn State. She dislikes people who think they know
VVAGNER, DONNA MARIE "Dobie" Clerical
Basketball 35 Art Club 1, Library Club 2,85 Commercial
"DolJie,s,' special achievement was being president of the Com-
mercial Club. Her ambition is to become a secretary. Jane,
Maureen, and Carol rate with her. She likes to bowl and dance
and claims her pet peeve is smoking. Claims she has a bad habit
of not answering people in the proper manner.
WAGNER, SARA JANE "Janie" Clerical
Art Club lg Library Club 35 Commercial Club 2,3.
"Janie" Wants to be a secretary. She can be seen with Herb. Her
favorite pastime is bowling and going to the farm. She is greatly
disturbed when Herb is late! Donna, Maureen, Iva Jean and Janice
rate with her. She dislikes girls who smoke.
WAITE, BARBARA ANN "B. J." Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 2,3g Spokesman l,2,Sg Photography Club
l,2,3, Commercial Club 2,3.
"B.J." is known to burn the midnight oil writing to a certain
fellow in the Air Force. She claims that laughing at the wrong
time is her worst fault. Her best friends are Barb, Flo and Barb.
WAITE, DONALD "Donn Vocational
Donis ambition is to finish school and become employed at the
Paper Mill. VVhen not with Lola, he can be seen with Jerry, Alton,
Sonny, Lynn, and Dale. He has no time for concerted girls.
WALK, JERRY DALE "Jud" Vocational
Football 1,2,3g Wrestling 1,2,Sg Varsity Club 2,35 Track 2,3.
Jerry is known to everyone as an outstanding lineman on the
T.A.H.S. football squad. When not with Helen, he can be seen
with Jim, Heinz, Frank and Charlie. He has been known to get
into trouble because of his temper!
WALKER, PAUL D. "Peanuts', Vocational
XVrestling l,2,-3, Varsity Club 1,2,3.
This young fellow wants to work at. the Paper Mill after gradua-
tion. His best pals are Dick, Ronnie, Charlie, Ed, and Jim. He
admits his worst fault is smoking.
Weston White, M.
Wfarrender, Keller Blair "Butcl1,' Vocational
Butch wants to join the Navy after graduation. He enjoys fishing
and claims "Women drivers" are his pet peeve. He can be seen
paling with Bob and John.
Welch, Barbara Louise "Barb', Secretarial
geigior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 39 F.T.A. 3, Latin Club 1, Commercial Club
This girl is another future secretary. She can be seen with Barb,
Flo, Betsy, and Barb. She dislikes people who are never on time
and her favorite pastime is eating pizza pie.
Wertz, Betty Irene "Babe" Academic
Library Club 1, 2, 8, Spanish Club 23 Latin Club 1.
Betty is sure to attain her ambition to be a housewife. We would
like to Warn her to Watch that temper! When not with Jack, she
may be seen with Barb, Iane, Pat, and Shirley. She dislikes
people who are su1'e they know it all.
Westley, Linda Lee "Linda', Clerical
Commercial Club 2, 3.
To go to Erie and get a job is Linda's goal. When driving her
Ford she can be seen with Pat, Roseann, Sha1'on, and Connie.
Girls who smoke do not rate with her.
Westley, Sharon Elizabeth "Peanut,' Secretarial
Commercial Club 2, S.
"Peanutl' can be seen with Roseann, Pat, Judy, Jeannette, and
Linda. Swimming and dancing are her favorite pastime. Another
girl who does not approve of smoking!
Wertz Westley, L. Westley, S
White, P. Wolfe Wolf
VVeston, Patricia Gail "Pat" General
Spokesman 2, Commercial Club 2, 3.
Pat's ambition is to become a successful housewife. When not
with Melvin, she can be found with Linda, Virginia, Sharon, and
Roseann. She does not like conceited people.
White, Marjorie "King" Home Economics
Art Club 1, S, Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3,
Marjorie has not decided whether to join the Women's Coast
Guard or get married after graduation. Jack seems to be her best
chum. Besides eating, she dances, skates and swims.
White, Patricia Ann "Patty,' General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Photography Club 3, Commercial Club 3.
Patty, the girl with the pretty red hair, wants to be an efficient
secretary. Carol, Doris Ann, Prhelda and Peggy are her best chums.
Oil painting is her favorite pastime. She can't seem to get there
on time, so she says.
WVolfe, Robert W. 'WVere', Academic
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Photography
Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 1, 2, S.
Bob hopes to become a chemist after graduation. "Butch,'l
'KNappy," Bob, and Dan are his best chums. His special achieve-
ments are science projects.
Wolf, Carol Jean ffCarolv Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, S,
Pep Club 3.
Carol will be another efficient secretary after graduation. She has
no time for people who cheat. Patty, Rhelda, Virginia and Carol
are her best chums. She admits that Wanting her own Way 1S
her worst fault.
W00dfiUg Wheland Zeigler
Woodring, Philip I. "Nappy" Academic
Key Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
A girl on 16th street takes up most of Nappy's time. The Tyrone
Herald supplies him with his extra change and he can be found
with the Gardner Guards. He pals with Terry and Jeff.
Whelaml, Harvey "Haw" Vocational
F.F.A. 2, 3.
'fHa1v" is going to help supply the nation with food after gradua-
t1o1f.HWlien driving his Ford he can be seen with Ralph, Crow,
Zeigler, Raymond R. "Ray,' Academic
Ray vvishes to become a minister after graduation. His favorite
sport is hunting and "Butch" Schaul is his best chum. Rayis pet
peeve 15 homework.
John Winters has been unable to attend
school regularly for some time. He has con-
tinued his education at home through the
home-bound program and will receive his
diploma with his class group.
Please! Do I deserve this?
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Seated: 1. Gatos, 1. Cree. Standing: T.
Kohuck, P. Updikc, P. Brower, J. Book-
First row: S. Barto, I. Boovkhanier, S. Borst, B. Bartlett, C. Fanase, M. Brickley, D. Fisher, M. Butterbaugli, C.
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Conrad A. Bonsell, j Christotic, M. Couch. Second row: P. Bigler, M. Fink, C. B6CkW1tl1,.C. Davis, C . oom
P. Brower, S. Bryan, Bonsell, J. Cree, C. Crosby, J. Ferrari, D. Fisher, I. Boovkhainer. Third row: R. Eiriel, J.
Beckwith, Pi. Carson, F. Estright, D. Irwin, C. Fleck, D. Claar, I. Dean, N. Dickson, J. Ayers. Fourth row: I.
Carper G. Burket, I Ferner A. Dixon, G Beals D Focht, M. Futrick, B. Bohn, I. Fox, P. Calderwood, K. Bar-
rett. Fifth row: J. Bridges, D. Fisher, R. Ashcroft, T. Cooper, C. Baughnman, B. Day, G. Crowell, C. Douglas, B
Derman, J. Fagley.
First row: I. Houck, J. Lucas, B. Lykens, H. Hand, B. Gibson, D. Lannen, I. Isenlourg, A. Hogan, M. Hotler, P
Keith R. Kiniberling, B. Koener. Second row: S. Harpster, G. Harpster, L. Lake, W. Hicks, K. Gardner, B. Geist, I
Gault, J, Carper, L. Philage, P. Murray. Third row: B. Kilmartin, B. Laird, R. Houser, D. Harlow, R. Keller, D
Golden, I. Holloway, J. Kimmel, A. johnson. Fourth row: G. VVatson, D. Lannen, D. Iames, B. Hoyne, I. Gates
L. johnson, H. Ferguson, R. Andrews, I. Harpster. Fifth row: R. Homan, I. Lynch, G. Krider, T. Kobuck, K
Gillam, C. Kirkpatrick, L. Harris, B. Lewis, K. Weston, L. Eckley.
First row: R. Ramsey, B. Romano, S. Ramsey, S. Ross, B. Markel, K. Parsons, K. Moffa, K. Newlin, M. Mil-
ler. Second row: H. Miller, I. Rhodes, I. Rhodes, J. Myers, I. Minerich, D. Riggleman, I. O,Connell. Third
row: VVm. Mooseker, E. Nearhoof, F. Raifetto, B. McClellan, E. Moore, G. Moore, G. Neff, D. Martz. Fourth
ggwf Morrissey, D. Rhodes, E. Morrissey, Wm. Miller, B. Metz, R. Nearhoof, T. Moore, Wm.
ut ier orc .
First row: R. Sclmellbach, I. Stouifer, L. Stonebraker, A. Steinbeiser, B. Stewart, S. Steele, K. Shaw,
P. Updike, N. Shultz. Second row: L. Snyder, C. Skelton, D. States, P. Sharer, I. Smith, M. Waple, S.
Troutwine, K. Wagner, V. Yingling, P. Weber. Third row: S. Stryker, G. Watson, C. Tanner, B. Shildt,
G. Stitt, B. Shaw, G. Woomer, C. Waite, F.. Zimmerman. Fourth row: H. Smith, F. Wilson, J. Waring,
L. Walters, H. Yaucles, D. Stonebraker, D. Umholtz, K. Weston. Fifth row: I. Watters, J. Turinno, R.
Walk, I. Smith, C. Watson, R. Snyder.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS:
Seated: K. Halpster, G. Vanneman.
Standing: T. Miller, 1. Cunningham, D.
First row: J. Brinkman, S. Cassady, C. Clark, D. Borgess, G. Berkstresser, J. Dunkel, R. Caffarelli, L. Bollinger
N. Benn, S. Bartlebaugh, B. Davis. Second row: B. Bruce, S. Drake, J. Bathurst, C. Burley, M. Cannistraci
S. Beckwith, L. Butler, M. Briggs, J. Cowfer, D. Drake. Third row: C. Baughman, W. Emery, C. Emel, B
Detwiler, F. Cannistraci, I. Cannistraei, R. Ayers, I. Carper, H. Brenneman, J. Decker. Fourth row: D. Cupper
D. Cisney, L. Crampton, D. McMullen, A. Bayer, I. Crust, B. Detwiler, J. Estright, J. Co-rnelius, T. Clouser
Fifth row: R. Cramer, I. Chronister, B. Bayer, I. Cunningham, D. Eyer, E. Carper, B. Dennings, B. Elder, J
Dawson, S. Barry, B. Branstetter.
First row: S. Irvin, N. Hagen, M. Kobak, D. Harlow, S. Harpster, B. Getz, G. Cunsallus, D. Coss, L. Kennedy
Second row: K. Hoff, D. Heichel, I. Lykens, L. Kimberling, V. Hildebrand, A. Cray, E. Haas, R. Houck, R
Haupt, J. Krider. Third row: S. Hicks, C. Lake, C. Leasure, K. Harpster, N. Grazier, H. Johnson, I. Kocher, A.
Harris, D. Colden, F. Kimberling. Fourth row: R. Kirkpatrick. D. Friday, I. Kaspick, D. Frye, D. Hileman, B
Koener, C. Lower, H. Kearney, C. Lykens, R. Kirkpatrick. Fifth row: K. Fullcomer, R. Hoover, D. Little, H
Cearhart, K. Knecht, j.Givler, T. Hardy, C. Conder, R. Hollaway. Sixth row: B. Fink, T. Houser, C. Leach, C
Greene, S. Harper, I. Long, W. Cates, D. Hedburg, B. johnson.
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First row: C. Romano, F.. Reader, B. Muff, M. Marshall, K. McCloskey, P. Miller, R. Piper, S. Romano, A.
Harris, I. Philinger. Second row: L. MeMinn, S. Miller, P. Rhodes, A. Panasiti, R. Miller, J. Parker, I.
Maisino, S. Mengle, P. Pease, J. Root. Third row: C. Mills, I. McMullen, D. Moore, P. McNeal, F. Mc-
Monagle, K. Port, M. Mayhue, D. Root, B. Robenolt, M. Price, C. Pollock. Fourth row: H. Peterson, D.
Mountz, A. Miles, T. Miller, B. Perry, D. Ray, C. Madden, J. Ritter, VV. Neal. Fifth row: I. Ramsey, R.
Parks, K. Robinson, K. Martin, E. O'Rourke, WV. Romano, D. Panasiti, I. Miller. Sixth row: W. Rossman,
H. Miller, B. Patterson, H. Coheen, D. Moist, E. Miller, D. Ross, NV. O,Brian, I. Ball, C. Moore.
First row: M. Smith, A. Sharer, L. Stephens, N. Turnbaugh, VVilson, J. Zerhy, J. YVeakland, H. Stone-
braker, N. VVeaver, B. Westley, J. Smith. Second row: E. Wheland, M. Walker, K. Wood, G. Vanneman,
C. Tennis, P. VVoomer, J. Seeds, J. Snyder, L. Wolfe, AI. Sessaman, L. Yingling. Third row: S. Weiss,
N. Walk, B. Snyder, J. Wooidring, L. VVheeler, P. Zeiders, I. Waite, L. Wolfe, T. Stahl, B. Shaw. Fourth
row: I. Waite, T. VVatson, C. Wolford, Wm. Stoner, Wm. Weaver, C. VanAll1nan, D. Walk, B. Sharer,
R. Yothers, H. Sweitzer. Fifth row: W. VVeaver, I. Supina, R. Smith, J. Thompson, J. Stiner, I. Weaver,
VV. Steel, B. VVoodring, S. Wolf, R. VVike.
First row: G. Walters, J. Cupp, A. Steinbeiser, B. Rhodes, D. Sessaman, D. Saylor, W.B0nSe11, S. Shaw-
ley, B. Liner, M. Grager. Second row: C. Stack, N. Christoiic, S. Gardner, P. Light, M. Shank, C. Riggle-
inan, R. McClellan, D. Miller, S. Mountz, D. Wolfe, J. Smith. Third row: S. Borgess, M. Abramo, F.
Quarry, G. Eckert, D. Mills, I. Schopp, W. Burns, E. Sager, R. McClellan, J. Watson. Fourth row: B
Scott, E. Murray, W. Cupper, B. Kustenbauder, C. Wyland, T. Myers, S. Waite, D. Stoner. Fifth row: H
Gohecn, K. Ellenherger, D. Simonclale, W. Shultz, T. McFarland, E. White, J. Hicks, I. Burford, D. Al-
bright, J. Ball.
First row: P. Stouffer, R. Stouffer, C. Snyder, D. Neal, D. Miller, S. Cowher, C. Williams, J. Roo-t, B. Idcl-
ings, D. Fink, D. Parks. Second row: S. Arnold, M. Boldauf, E. Christine, F. Goodman, K. Heard, I
Weyer, P. Robinson, L. Teeters, M. Beckwith, T. Beckwith, M. Bardorf, B. Futrick. Third row: B. Baugh-
n1.1n,VS. Morgan, P. Getz, B. Bayer, C. Crust, A. Gaines, L. Beckwith, K. Wlieels, D. Zanhl, C. Sprankle
B. Harpster. Fourth row: M. Miller, W. Homan, C. Gallager, I. Catich, G. Davis, B. Park, S. Cowher
g.STayfor, P. Moffet, P. Mingle, C. Martz. Fifth row: I. Bohn, D. Hoyne, P. Ross, E. johnson, S. Neff
. . nycer.
First row: I. Kurtz, B. Fink, C. Ferguson, P. jones, I. Troutwine, L. Kephart, S. Smith, S. Morgan, I. Waite
R. Bickle, L. Fleck, K. VVills, D. Haverstine. Second row: E. McKinney, R. Stouifer, B, Parson, B. Near-
hoof, M. Murray, D. Markle, B. Zindel, R. VVeakland, B. Miller, I. Sniith, G. Ingram, J. Harmon
Third row: R. Seeds, I. Russell, C. Taylor, C. Bonsell, S. VVoodring, S. Steck, S. Naylor, T. Fike, I
Annnerinan, I. Davis, R. Frantz, B. Langenbacher. Fourth row: M. Snyder, G. Decker, C. White, A
Shoemaker, J. Marsden, T. Zeck, C. Bickle, T. Snyder, I. Ewing, M. Beam, R. Nein, J. Rosekrans.
First row: T. Miller, D. McNeal, P. McFarland, B. Light, L. Bossnian, D. Uniholtz, F. Heaton, P. Grazier
M. Eniery, B. Halbritter, S. Raabe. Second row: N. Bell, D. Bressler, O. Snyder, C. Sinith, B. Friday, I
Conrad, J. Snyder, I. Bookhainer, D. Babe, E. Steele, D. Bressler. Third row: D. Robinson, C. Moore, S
Kaufman, C. Iadaroila, C. McNeal, N. Filicky, W. Herrington, A. Gardner, B. Walker, S. Martin, 1. Kanet
Fourth row: S. Keeiner, C. Bodtorf, L. Andrews, E. Eckert, E. Hyndshaw, E. Mooseker, D. Recd, B
Richards, P. Meredith, C. Buterbaugh. Fifth row: I. Miles, I. Caffarelli, VV. Kaufman, D. Crosby, B
Jones, W. Hall. Sixth row: I. Lynn, T. Craiwford, L. Miller, E. Johnston, R. Charles, I. Esber.
First row: B. Robenolt, K. Shollenberger, S. Little, P. Zimmerman, D. Kohuck, V. Walls, J. Keith, L
Crust, E. Fisher, N. Carson, I. Lucas. Second row: 1. Bateheler, R. Lamberson, D. Mertiif, P. Butler
j. Loose, C. Sharer, B. Batcheler, G. Steinheiser, C. Hayes, B. Cherry, S. Britton, T. Varner. Third row: G
MeNaul, M. Iohnston, L. Snider, C. Smith, A. Murray, S. Nearhoof, C. Brisloin, M. Shawley, L. Shirk, T
Beckwith, G. Lake. Fourth row: R. Naylor, S. Chronister, K. Sweitzer, M. Ferner, G. Dysart, S. Fisher
I. Fleck, W. Westley, T. Stever, H. Rhodes, W. Hairpster. Fifth row: J. Baughman, D. Hoover, T. Bran-
stetter, VV. Clapp, J. Brinsfield, F.. Gingery, A. Harper, R. Gunsallus, H. Snyder, C. Lykens, R. West-
brook, G. McCaulley. Sixth row: C. Turiano, G. White, T. Fisher, I. Turiano, L. MeMonagle, K. Reeder
J. Patton, L. Beckwith, W. Harris, G. Loose, O. Gill, C. Edmondson, E. Sehandelmier.
First row: P. Fleck, B. Osterhot, R. Montgomery, L. Bayer, G. Brower, I. Crowell, I. Waple, C. Bressler
L. Fagley, D. Haas, P. Dean, S. Miller, A. Robinson. Second row: A. Kneibler, L. Longenbacher, K
Hand, J. Dunkel, R. Zimmers, D. Hazzard, I. Harpster, B. Heiehel, S. Bonsell, M. Fox, S. Ritchey, E
Bradford. Third row: C. Ferrin, S. Lewis, I. Koener, L. Renny, I. Scordo, R. Iohnson, K. Brown, M
Grimm, K. Bathurst, J. Cowher. Fourth row: R. Detwiler, G. Weaver, D. Kurtz, D. Denny, D. Patton, I
Kennedy, D. Westley, E. Morrison, W. Walk, D. Piper, R. Judy, F. Bryan, J. Turnhaugh, D. Grimm, L
Reese, R. Hunter, T. Laird. Fifth row: S. Dixson, D. Nearhoof, K. Patterson, G. Dworsak, R. Buck, K
Harpster, R. Postreich, P. Savitts, G. Bonsell, R. Gardner.
First row: N. Smith, M. Knecht, J. Schulman, J. Miller, S. Uhl, M. Calderwood, J. Ayers, S. Starzesky
S. Hickes, I. Manspeaker, R. Bond. Second row: D. Taylor, S. Keefer, J. Parker, L. Friday, P. Homan
S. Hoover, E. johnson, S. Neff, E. Erdly, B. Burnham, B. Saylor. Third row: S. Hubert, M. Houck, B.
Thomas, M. Shultz, B. Ewing, S. Maney, I. Patterson, J. Ritter, K. Pine, G. Harris, M. Westley, B. Snyd-
er. Fourth row: J. Woodring, N. Welsh, C. Benn, S. Davis, K. Parks, H. Woomer, J. Fink, C. Boyd, S
VVoodring, B. Ellenberger, C. Shellenberger. Fifth row: M. Shildt, B. Waite, T. Singer, K. Eyer, D. Cox
B. Bulick, D. McCloskey, B. Brower, C. Scott, B. Lake, R. Burns. Sixth row: D. Halbritter, D. Summers, C
Bartlett, B. Roberts, B. Hutchinson, D. Mulhollan, C. McClellan, C. NVo'lford, A. Robenolt, S. Ingram, D
Pierce, J. Tepsic.
First row: K. Moskel, M. Laird, S. Piper, G. Ramsey, D. Duff, U. Estright, L. Sprankle, B. Light, G. Skel-
ton, S. Stetter, K. Branstetter, K. Burtnett. Second row: 1. Updike, S. Day, S. Bayer, P. OConne1l, B
Malone, N. Goss, E. Fleck, B. Dean, S. Mayhue, B. Cannistraci, J. Black, P. Fink. Third row: E. Near-
hoof D. Romano M. Watson S. Dean K. Bard S. Panasiti H. Peterson, C. Weaver, I. johnson, R. Camp-
bell. Fourth row: C. Kimberling, L. Johnson, W. Mull, D. Stonebraker, R. Shaw, W. Miller, M. Hand, L
Harper, R. Mayhue, R. lMcCaulley. Fifth row: R. Watson, B. Haynes, B. Harpster, A. Hyndshaw, B. Fink
L. Fagley. Sixth row: C. Burwell, P. Detwiler, O. Hample, C. Wertz, H. Beese, M. Shaw, H. Boades, G
XVolf, G. Barto, R. Garland, W. Newberry.
First row: D. Moore, N. Fulcomer, S. Naylor, V. Bratton, P. Leasure, I. Neilson, E. Shildt, J. Neil, J
Fleming, S. Boytim, M. Weaver. Second row: K. Zimmers, L. Hand, L. Greenwalt, J. Curekovieh, J. Mil-
ler, M. Vaughn, S. Lannen, S. Ramsey, R. Dannaway, H. Stonebraker, P. Cowher. Third row: R
Steele, S. White, B. Shultz, F. VanAllman, J. Brennamen, B. Bollinger, I. Borner, J. Fox, D. Ellenberger
J. VVeyer. Fourth row: M. Creppage, D. Douglas, K. Weyer, W. Stevens, R. Burket, P. Kephart, F.
Shultz, J. Smith, R. Decker, C. James. Fifth row: R. B21tlllI1'St,-I. Adams, W. Weaver, D. Harshbarger
C. Eckroth, C. Garner, D. Kimmel, N. Dunkel, S. Miller, J. Christofic. Sixth row: R. Price, T. Turnbaugh
J. Parker, R. Cowher, H. Ammerman, M. McNeliS, D. Schirm, I. Cranipton, D. Grager, D. Adams, R
Keith, D. Sprankle.
First row: J. Sellers, M. Foust, S. Zeigler, P. Shuey, B. Harmon, L. Troutwine, S. Trimble, K. Stewart
L. Borland, J. Nearhood, M. Couch, S. Cowfer. Second row: S. Adams, L. Pease, S. Kepler, M. Mul-
hollen, j. Stewart, J. Lewis, S. Ellenberger, S. Long, H. Haynes, B, Kirpatriek, S. Kimberling, E. Near-
hoof. Third row: A. Cebhart, M. Grace, M. Woodring, B. Williams, P. Cunningham, I. Stitt, S. Ben-
nett, S. Bridges, L. Wheland, T. Burkstresser, D. Patterson. Fourth row: I. Larnberson, E. Emigh, I
Strayer, K. Friday, R. Liner, R. Bridges, R. Idarola, M. Updike, R. Newman, B. Shultz. Fifth row: C
Rhoades, A. Harpster, B. Henshaw, I. Morrisey, D. Glunt, R. Keatley, B. Carson, D. Gardner, R. Shawley
B. Miller, R. Sheckler. Sixth row: T. Emery, B. Diehl, E. Taylor, L. Langenbacher, W. Miller, 1. Neari
hoof, I. Hopkins, R. Woodring, J. Lake.
First row: A. Mingle, C. Irwin, L. Reese, B. Plecther, I. Crawford, I. Reedcr, L. Hurd, L. Winger, V
Brower, N. Richards, C. Lamborne, M. Maskel. Second row: I. Griffith, K. Kimberling, D. Calderwood
K. Mogle, S. Coady, P. Woomer, A. Crawford, D. Patton, L. McCurdy, H. Martz, R. Ritchey. Third row
M. DeArmitt, C. Hazzard, I. Wakelield, N. Kilmiartin, S. Noel, B. Snyder, J. Dawson, A. Richards, J. Ross
W. Slever. Fourth row: I. Irvin, P. Ream, L. Nearhoof, C. Barr, E. Iohnson, B. Robinson, J. Furry, C
Moore, D. Blawers, S. Conrad. Fifth row: R. McNeal, J. Fink, L. Walker, B. Wilso-n, G. Fry, S. Beals
R. Keefer, A. Singer, I. Nau, S. Snyder, M. Soellner, J. Thomas, R. Crawford. Sixth row: S. Harris, R
Cassidy, D. Foster, D. Decker, L. Koener, W. Black, M. Schnellhaugh, W. Gcarhart, M. Albright, T
Hyde, J. Hoover.
First row: D. Smith, L. Sprankle, S. Walker, J. Thomas, W. Sprankle, M. Stiver, K. Steck, J. Thomas, E
Dickson, C. Cupp, B. Bollinger. Second row: P. McClellan, J. Miller, B. McClellan, M. Johnson, C. Owens
P. Harpster, P. Harris, B. Cunsaullus, B. Civler, S. Clover, I. Fink, R. Gates. Third row: I. Leonard, I
Phillinger, J. Coleman, R. Leech, L. Holmes, F. Stonebraker, B. Stake, B. Givler, C. Shawely, H. Houser
Fourth row: H. Frantz, L. Welch, B. Tennis, E. Yeager, J. Estright, D. Isenherg, B. Kennedy, R. Egge
M. Morrisey. Fifth row: R. Keppler, J. Haverstine, R. Sprankle, C. Madden, C. Watters, J. Sager, D
Walk, G. Tompson. Sixth row: I. Harrier, R. Fink, B. Tepsic, C. VVoomer, D. Igou, E. Snyder, I. Delo-
zicr, H. Wheland, S. Ormsby.
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The Student Council is a very worthy or-
ganization. It is the school government of
Tyrone Area High School. The officers and mem-
bers, who are elected from each home room,
govern the school to the best of their ability.
They suggest better ways to improve the school,
and student conduct.
The Key Club is an organization for young
men, set up under a branch of the Kiwanis Club,
to enable them to become leaders in community
service. Each year, several of the members are
chosen to attend the state convention.
First 1'ow: S. M i l l e 1' ,
Fink, L. Rossman. Second
row: C. Larnborn, D. Wing-
er, S. Morgan, C. Smith, N.
LaPorte, N. Langenbacher,
P. Pease, M. Stiver, R. Cas-
sidy, L. Fagley, E. Man-
Soeaker. Third row: W.
Gearhart, M. Schnellbaugh,
C. Wertz, I. Caffarelli, I.
Lynn, I. Hyrnciu, R. Frantz,
I. Maisano, S. Uhl, J. Ayers.
Fourth row: B. Elder, I.
Gates, D. Lannen, L. Har-
ris, D. Stoner, K. Robinson,
C. Caffarelli, G. Crowell,
D. Irwin, D. Halbritter.
First row: B. Beck, T. La-
Porte, D. Gardner, D.
Derman. Second row: 1.
Rhodes, H. Miller, J. Gates,
P. Woodring, D. Panasiti.
L. Hale, L. Knox. Third
row: I. Greene, B. Elder,
D. Focht, B. Bayer, T.
Postriech, E. O'Rourke, J.
Minemier. Fourth row: R.
Cramer, H. Gearhart, I.
Givler, T. Hardy, P. Irvin,
G. Miller, D. Frye. Fifth
row: I. Bryan, R. Miller, L.
Grimm, C. Wolford, K.
Knecht, L. Hardy, R. Steck.
Future Business Leaders of America
First row: I. Ceraci, I. Wagner, I. Shellenberger, V. Franchio, D. Wagner, B. Turnbaugh
S. Class, B. Crust, P. White, D. Bigelow. Second row: S. Westley, P. Weston, M. Bradford
G. Nead, P. Miller, B. Bossnian, G. Laird, C. Morrissey, I. Chronister, N. Eckley, P. Romano
M. Bryan, B. Baughinan, D. Naylor, S. Gray, H. Glenn, D. Stoner. Third row: L. VVestley
D. Linn, J. Frederick, D. Fisher, P. Calderwood, I. Bookhanier, K. Barrett, I. Daughenbaugh
B. Sunnners, 1. Lamberson, S. Stouffer, S. Savitts, S. Christofic, C. Fleck. Fourth row: M
Brickley, P. Bilger, B. Stewart, B. Markle, D. Claar, P. Updike, J. Fox, B. Tower, F. Fiore
B. Kingston. Fifth row: C. Fanase, Mrs. Campbell, Mr. Grove, Mr. Flemming, K. Shaw, B
Waite, B. Welch.
First row: B. Kingston. Second row: S. Stouiler, D. Naylor, D. Bigelow, C. VVolfe, B. Crust
Third row: R. Turnbaugh, F. Fiore, S. Christoiic. Fourth row' J. Lainberson, B. Tower, B
Bauglunan, I. Daughenbaugh. Fifth row: C. Fleck.
Future Business Leaders of meriea
This is a new organization which has come to Tyrone Area High
School. It has developed from the old Conunercial Club. Its mein-
bers are juniors and seniors who have acceptable grades in school. Its
purpose is to promote learning about business and business methods.
Home Economics Club
These girls are the ones responsible for the task of serving some
of the good meals received at school and community banquets and
dinners. Every year they engage in some activity to secure funds for
social Welfare, such as aid for retarded children.
Home Economics Club
First row: M. VVhite, D.
Lunnen, I. lsenburg, D.
States, S. Fleck, F. Owens,
B. Romano, L. Butler, B.
Ramsey, B. Koener, I. Dean.
Second row: B. Nearboof,
B. Dean, G. Boyd, D. Spic-
er, G. Burns, S. Burket, M.
Romano, A. Steinbeiser. V.
Isenburg, R. Parks. Third
row: N. Conrad, D. Steele,
D. Briggs, L. Couch, B.
Loose, M. Briggs, C. Ray,
S. Ramsey, I. Philinger.
Fourth row: NI. Stahl. B.
Price, P. Piper, J. Weak-
land, P. Kimberling,
l. Cowfer, I. Zerby, H.
Emory, C. Emel.
Head Waitress, front: D.
Briggs. Assistants, left to
right: C. Bay, M. Romano,
G. Bovd, Alma Steinbeiser,
First row: N. Langenbacher,
R. Summers, E. Patterson,
D. Van Allman, I. Daughen-
baugh, G. Nead, K. Wag-
ner, M. Butterbaugh. Sec-
ond row: E. Wilson, D.
Stoner, E. Baronner, S.
Stouifer, N. Simondale, I.
Carper, C. Davis, N. Weav-
er. Third row: I. Lykens,
M. Grazier, M. Hambright,
B. Welch, G. Hamer,
'co '5 .
GH 'T'Cj" rt
Snyder, G. Neff, Miss
Swartz Cadviserl. Sixth row:
G. Miller, D. Miller, G.
Watson, E. Martin, D. Cup-
per, S. Stryker.
First row: J. Eckroth, C.
Fisher, M. Miller, B. Geist,
L. Lake, S. McClellan, V.
Yingling, P. Weber. Sec-
ond row: B. Gebhart, C.
Bass, B. Shaw, S. Borst, S.
Harpster, G. Halpster, C.
Conrad, P. Myers. Third
row: I. Cree, B. Barlett, I.
Gault, S. Troutvvine, K.
Moffa, P. Sharer, M. Cupp,
E. Paterson, M. Barnes, M.
Here are the students who will be replacing
our teachers in the future. Both boys and girls
belong and they learn about different colleges
and schools. Student teachers have told them
about college life.
These girls Will be found in our hospital in
the forecoming days. From joining the club,
they learn much about hospitals which train
nurses. Many of these girls have taken the
nurses, aid course given by the Tyrone Hospital.
First row: R. Homan, D.
Fisher, L. VValters, J.
Smith, H. Houck, G. Bur-
ket. Second row: R. Yoth-
crs, L. VVhe1and, J. Decker,
W. Shaw, V. Steinbeiser, R,
Ellenberger, H. Wheland,
R. Day. Third row: R.
Hoover, P. Zeider, R. Det-
Wiler, K. Fulcomer, T.
Decker, D. Miller. Fourth
row: R. Denny, R. Ayers,
J. Crust, 1. Waite, T. Stahl,
G. Miller, T. Laird.
The Future Farmers of America is an organization Whose objec-
tive is to prepare young men for a future life in farming. This is done
through projects and the teaching of better methods of agriculture.
V. Steinheiser, H. Wheland, H. Houch
are grinding and mixing feed.
H. Houck, V. Steinbeiser, H. Wheland are cutting
down and sawing up a tree in the wood-lot at
Senior Tri- Hi -Y
An organization forined by Christian girls.
It is under the sponsorship of the Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Bossinan is the advisor of the group.
First row: M. Barnes, B.
Welch, R. Su in niers, S.
Stouffer, C. WVolfe, N. La-
Porte, B. Kingston, M.
Bryan, H. Clenn, K. Fri-
day, P. White. Second row:
R. Turnbaugh, B. Waite, A.
McCahan, M. Gurekovich,
M. Miller, I. Daughenbaugh,
G. Nead, S. Christoiic, M.
McClellan, Mrs. Rossinan
Cadviserj. Third row: D.
Naylor, P. Rice, C. Fleck,
S. Savitts, B. Baughnian, P.
Romano, B. Rossnian, P.
Myers, B. Crust. Fourth
row: M. Hanibright, F.
Owen, D. Bigelow, J.
Shcllenberger, I. Ross, N.
Langenbacher, B. Shaw, S.
First row: B. VVolfe, S.
Miller, B. Moosker, C. Lake.
Second row: B. Bruce, D.
Halbritter, I. S e e d s , F..
Hickes, P. Rhoades, S. Mar-
tin. Third row: P. Brower,
K. Ncwlin, M. Newlin, S.
Weiss, L. McMinn, S.
Hickes, B. Kauffman.
Fourth row: Mr. Moriarity,
K. Kneclit, B. Bayer, B.
Xllrsden Esber, C. Tan-
rowz Mr. Art-
inan, Mr. Nejako, E.
O,Ro'urke, S. Stryker, R.
Snyder, B. Cates.
ilk . ,
This club is inade up of junior and senior
high school students who have an extra interest
in science. They hold a meeting once a rnonth
and acquire speakers and secure Films on various
subjects. They also plan field trips and excur-
The Art Club of Tyrone Area High School
is an organization for those students who have
ability and interest in the Erie arts. The club
plans to do extra art projects which are not part
of the everyday work schedule.
On January 29, 1960, the students are going
on a Held trip to the Altoona Undergraduate
Campus to study and observe an Art Exhibit.
Other tentative activities of the club are to
have several films related to the iine arts field
and a spring exhibit of the students, own art
First row: L. Couch, M
Waple, K. McClosky, E
O,Rourke, K. Knecht, M
W a l k e r , B. Robenolt, S
Ir v i n . Second row: V
Isenburg, N. C o n 1' a d , B
Dean, F. Owens, M. White
D. Spicer, D. Steele, C
Burn, S. Burket, S. Harp-
ster. Third row: P. Kim-
berling, B. Loose, M. Ro-
mano, B. Nearhoo-f, I. Stahl
C. Ray, P. McNeal, Mr
T a t c . Fourth row: D
Briggs, G. Boyd, G. Vanne-
man, L. Andrews, P. Miller
D. Borgess, B. Snyder
Fifth row: I. Supino, D
C i s n e y , B. Snyder, B
Mooseker, S. Stryker, G
Woomer, G. VVatson, D
. These students often can be found snapping
pictures around the school or at sports, events.
Some of the pictures in the Falcon were taken
by the members.
First row: R. Bayer, N.
LaPorte, B. Waite, E.
O,Bourke, B. Kingston, H.
Glenn, M. Bryan. Second
row: L. Grimm, B. Miller,
D. Stoner, B. Bayer, I.
Bookhamer, S. Christoiic, B.
Tower, 1. Root, P. White,
N. Lannen. Third row: K.
Knecht, D. Fry, R. Wolfe,
C. Miller, B. Baronner, .
Hamer, M. McClellan, .
Morrissey, M. Bradford, .
Harpster. Fourth row: .
Copper, B. Ashcroft .
Maule, B. Summers .
Stouffer, T. LaPorte, .
Cisney, J. Kennedy, Mr.
First row: M. Gurekovich,
A. McCahan, C. Nead, I.
Daugenbaugh, M. Bryan, P.
Mille 1' , P. Romano, D.
Wagner, I. Boiokhamer, J.
Houck, S. C o W h e r , C.
Cunsallus. Second row: P.
Rice, P. Myers, C. Fleck, A.
Kimberling, D. Stoner, B.
Summers, B. Burroner, D.
Fisher, M. McFarland, 1.
Denning, N. Lannen, B.
Haupt, C. Fanase. Third
row: C. Fleck, M. White,
D. Steele, I. Isenberg, B.
P1 o m a n o , R. Ramsey, B.
Cephart, B. Muff, B.
Robenolt, S. Harpster, J.
Maisano. Fourth row: J.
Wagner, P. Updike, B. Ly-
kens, A. Sharer, C. Pollock,
I. Smith, E. Wheland, D.
States, B. Wertz, J. WVeyer,
P. Murray. Fifth row: C.
Stephens, C. Romano, M.
R o m a n o , S. Burket, B.
Nearhoof, G. L air d , 1.
K o c h n e r , D. Heichel, I.
Snyder, P. Wooiiner. Sixth
row: D. Moore, I. McCul-
len, P. Miller, V. Stone-
braker, M. Kobak, Pi, Mil-
ler, C. Mills.
Library Staff ' '
The library staff is a group of girls Who are
Willing to Work in the library during their free
time. They help with the active duties of the
Public Address Technicians
Pt. Ashcroft, D. Frye
P. A. Technicians
These are the boys Who daily set up the
Public Address system, in our school and repair
any out-of-order receivers in the home rooms, so
that We are able to receive the announcements
and special programs which are heard through-
out the school year.
The Varsity Club is composed of all boys
who have earned a varsity letter in any sport.
during their years in high school. The advisors
of the club are Mr. Morton, Mr. Pletcher, and
Mr. Bubb, who are coaches of the major sports
in our high school.
First row: S. Estright, D.
Frye, G. Morrisey, D. Frye,
Mr. LaPorte. Second row:
I. Turiano, I. Beckwith, D.
Fisher, D. Panasiti, B. Bran-
stetter, j. Smith. Third
row: F. Wilson, B. Lewis,
C. Leach, I. VVatters, J.
Greene, L. Grimm, I. Mc-
Closkey. Fourth row: S.
Headings, A. Spicer, R.
Harpster, W. Fleck.
First row: D. Getz, I. Mai-
sano, F. OyRourke, I. Walk.
Second row: C. Mills, B.
Steck, D. Miller, J. Greene,
C. Michaels, D. Hagg, L.
Hardy. Third row: I.
Ferner, I. Higgins, F. Iva-
sile, P. Miles, C. Caffarelli
I. Campbell, G. Greene.
Fourth row: 1. Kimmel, T.
Marshall, I. Holloway, B.
Clites, D. Graves.
clubis main objective is to stimulate interest in
the Latin language. They meet once a month
in the auditorium and learn more about the lan-
First row: S. Cassady, I. Brinkman, G. Grecne, B. Charles, I. Givler, K. Knecht, G. Vanneman, B. Bruce. P. Rhodes, S. Martin,
E. VVilson, M. Turnhaugh, L. Kephart, P. Jones, L. Kimberling, L. Bollinger, S. Morgan, R. Richards, D. Reed, Mr. Morningred. Sec-
ond row: S. Miller, S. Drake, N. Weaver, P. McNeil, D. Wood, D. Burgess, C. Lake, S. Mingle. H. Johnson, M. Hillard, I. Bathurst,
B. Halbritter, C. Burley, K. Harpster, N. Filicky, S. Smith, S. Raabe, E. Steele, I. Miles, I. Kanet. Third row: V. Stonebraker, I.
Lykens, M. Grazier, B. Davis, M. VValker, B. Westley, C. Leasure, S. Kaufman, E.. Mooseker, E. Hyndshaw, D. Pease, I. Smith. M.
McGonag1e, K. Port, D. Babe, G. Idarola, P. Meredith, L. Miller. M. Shildt, S. Steck, D. Bressler. Fourth row: C. Clark, S. Hicks,
L. McMinn, S. WVeiss, P. Brower, K. Newlin, L, Andrews, B. Walker, E. Eckert, W. Herrington, B. Waite, R. Bickle, A. Gardner, S.
Keemer, G. Bodtorf, I. Ritter, D. Hileman, T. Hardy, I. Waite, T. Scott. Fifth row: B. Kaufman, C. Lynn, C. Wolford, I. Long, M.
Ream, B. Jones, I. Marsden, I. Seeds, S. Naylor, I, Chronister, B. Bonsell, T. Zeck, M. Snyder. Sixth row: G. Taylor, I. Caffarelli,
T. Crawford, E. Zimmerman, B. O'Brian. E. Johnston, G. Butterbaugh, H. Gearhart, B. Bransetter, B. Elder, I. Dawson, B. Hall, B.
gwflorsekef, J. Kaspick, E. O'Bourke, T. Watson, I. Esber, G. Watson Knot pieturedb, B. Hoyle, I. Ferrari, C. NVatscn, I. Fagley,
f- illlg llllflll.
One of two foreign language clubs which is
set up under a group of officers in order to fur-
ther their interest in Spanish life and customs as
well as learn the language. This group sponsors
one of the liveliest initiations of the year.
This club consists of Latin students. This
First row: J. Bryan, K. Moore, B. Shaw, R. Steck, I. Cree, P. Sharer, G. Wooxner. Second row: M. McClellan, E. Patterson,
C. Gunsallus, M. Cupp, J. Smith, K. Parsons, M. Butterbaugh, V. Yingling, B. Geist, B. Barlett, K. Wagner. Third row:
K. Newlin, P. Brower, P. Weher, S. Harpster, K. Molfa, B. Gibson, I. Conrad, C. Beckwith, K. Gardner, S. Troutwine, L.
Lake. Fourth row: G. Hamer, E. Naylor, M. Hamhright, S. Burnham, I. Gault, S. Barto, C, Bloom, C. Fisher, B. Miller,
N. LaPorte. Fifth row: 1. Gates, B. Snyder, E. Nearhoof, R.D'6ITHHll, T. Postreich, D. Focht, M. Newlin, I. Eckroth, M.
Miller. Sixth row: F. VVilson, NV. Beamer, W. Moosekcr, S. Stryker, E. Bickle, G. Neff, C. Mills, P. Miles, R. Schaul.
The Falcon Staff is responsible for the
publication of our yearbook, the Falcon.
Many long hours of Work are put in by the
staff to prepare the Falcon for our students.
Through the years each succeeding issue of
the Falcon records the many interesting
events of our school life. The Class of 1960
Wishes to add its contribution to this fund
The staff has Worked consistently from
early in September when the theme Was
planned and the layout approved. The
choice of pictures to be included and the
identification of the members in each pho-
tograph required much detailed and ac-
curate Work. Descriptive notes were Writ-
ten for many activities and the advertising
staff solicited adds to help finance the book.
Each season of the year brings its quota of
events to be r e c o r d e d in pictures and
Words. We have tried to portray these
events faithfully for the students of Tyrone
Area High School. May this be a true
'cbook of memoriesv for you all!
The work of planning, organizing and completing the
Falcon rests upon these four students. Seated is Jim
Campbell, the Editor-in-Chief, and forming a sceptical
audience are co-editors Carol Fisher, Leonard Hardy
and Muriel Hambright.
First row: J. Campbell, C. Fisher, M. Hanibright, L. Hardy. Second row: S. Glass, H. Glenn,
N. Eckley, B. Kingston. Third row: M. Barnes, K. Moore, C. Gunsallus, K. Friday. Fourth
row: B. Beck, D. Getz, C. Caffarelli.
Birbara Kingston, as Business
Xlinager, checks on some acl-
vutising receipts and the pay-
ments before banking.
These girls, Karen Friday, Sonja
Glass, Nancy Eckley and Helen
Glenn, are intent on accurately
typing the volume of identifica-
tions and Write-ups for the Falcon.
They do a line and difficult job.
Kccping track of each sports' event
is the responsibility of Charles
Caffarelli and Dave Getz. They are
both sports' participants as Well as
sports' editors for the Falcon.
Financing the yearbook is one of the very important jobs so
these people who sell advertising must inake a good showing
The students on the advertising staff are: seated, Kaye Moore ind
Marva Barnes, standing, Bernie Beck and Carol Gunsallus
First row: D. Gardner, E. Naylor, J. Eckroth, C. Bass, C. VVolfe, C. Fleck, N. LaPorte, G.
Hamer, J. Crawford, Mr. McHenry Cadviserj. Second row: B. Kingston, H. Glenn, M. Bryan,
S. Irvin, R. Turnbaugh, D. Naylor, B. Waite, F. Fiore, D. Fisher, I. Bookhamer, S. Miller,
K. VVagner. Third row: P. Brower, P. Bice, A. McCahan, C. Gardner, E. Hicks, S. Harpster,
C. Bloom, B. Summers, E. Baronner, D. Stoner, C. Fanase, C. Davis. Fourth row: P. Bonsell
I. Gates, E. Zimmerman, G. Neff, G. Vanneman, J. Cree, S. Weiss, I. Gault, P. Updikc.
Our school newspaper is published by these students. The
editors and all the staff work very hard to produce for the stu-
dents a paper twice a month.
The Spokesman keeps us up on the items of news from
clubs, music groups, the oflices, and sports, events.
Advertising Staff Copy readers check the Spokesman material for
N lncy LaPorte and Gail Hamer experiment with the Christmas edition. These staff members are
in advertising lay-out for the latest Spokesman Helen Glenn, Melissa Brym Carol Fleck and
edition. Barbara Kingston.
' W'WwWi'it"r"""WN's""""""""""""1""W "'lnLnI M
Spokesman reporters are
discussing news assignments
and reviewing the articles
published in a former pa-
per. These reporters are,
left to right, V. Naylor, R.
Turnbaugh, J. Gates, E.
Hicks, S. Miller, P. Updike,
Left to right: Doris Naylor,
Dottie S t 0 n e r , Barbara
Waite, Florence Fiore, Bob-
Without thc expert typing
of these girls the Spokesman
could not be published.
Looks as if they have fun
The Spokesman Editors look
over a recent edition of the
Spokesman. They are, left
to right, J. Eckroth, E, Nay-
lor, C. Bass, C. Fleck, J.
Crawford, R. Gardner.
Majorettes: B. Pnossinan, J. Ross, C. Beckwith, V. Yingling, B. Sharer. First row: Mr. Wag-
ner CDirectorP, I. Eckroth, P. Novvlin, C. Cunsallus, C. Fisher. Second row: K. Moore, S.
Hicks, W. O,Brian, T. Yingling, S. Ramsey. Third row: j. Minemier, S. Weiss, M. Miller, C.
Harpstcr, K. Gardner. Fourth row: I. Rhodes, VV. Hoyne, F. Estright, L. Cranipton, K.
Martin. Fifth row: R. Derinan, R. Kohuck, E. O,Rourke, C. Bauglnnan, R. Branstetter. Sixth
row: E. Zinnnernian, K. Cillani, E. Nearhoof, T. Arnold, T. LaPorte, S. Barry.
This extra curricular activity receives the in grades troin seventh to twelfth. These stu'
inost interest of any club or organization in the dents are the young musicians of today who
high school. It is made up of students ranging have a talent and interest in music.
Majorettes: B. Miller, K. Barrett, S. Harpster, G. Vanneinan, K. Harpster. First row: P
VVeber, K. Wagner, W. Neil, T. Scott, P. Myers. Second row: C. Tennis, L. Kimberling, M
VValker, B. Barlett, B. Getz, S. Borst. Third row: J. Fox, D. Heichel, L. Lake, C. Bloom, C
Conrad, B. Geist, D. Fisher. Fourth row: B. Patterson, L. Snyder, P. Woodring, B. Kocner
B. Graves, G. Crowell. Fifth row: R. Bayer, R. Nearhoof, H. Yandes, W. Johnston, T
Kowhuck, G. Neff, I. Bryan. Sixth row: I. Fagley, R. VVike, D. Focht, A. johnson, R. Snyder
B. VVolfe, D. Cupper.
Fl1Sll0W M C1lderw00d D Haverstem P1 Rrchards A Games M Feiner Second row B He1chel S F1sl1er
C Blgglemln A Huper V1 johnson D Brcssler T V1rncr W Fmk T Beckwrth G Lake Mr PTICG fD1fGCt0f,
Th11d row S Cowhcr XV Bobelts L lVlcM0n1g,1e A Hyndshaw H Bh0'1des I Wa1te S K1ufn1'1n K Bmnstette
R Judy P Butler Fourth 10W E F1Sl'161 D Duff J Pa1kcr E Erdlcy S Stlrzesky L F'TgSly I Beckwith B
Brckle S Keefer S Nefl T Flgely Flfth row N Flhcky S Mlller D Reed S Kcemer W Herrmgton S Bflabe
S VVO0Cl1Hj, NV Vvlltb W VVest1ey S Snnth S Br1tt0n T Beckwlth Slxth low D Halbutter G Bodtorl I
B1c11e1er C lD1V1S B W11kcr K Burtnett L lVI11ler I Mrlcs J C1ff1rL1l1 B B1cl1eler P OC0nne11 Sesenth row
B jones D Purge P DCtWllL1 O C111 C MclX111l S Mntin S Stcck T Zack R Charles J Vlarsdcn F Tohnston
The 1111101 Band 1S a g1OL1p kept busy playlng for the Iu11101 Va1
I B d sity football games 1n the fall and mfuchmg 1n local pa1ades Unde1
the d11GCt1OH of M1 Walter Pr1ce these young mus c1ans w01k ha1d
each year t0wa1d puttlng 011 t11e11 11111101 Band Fcstly 11
Tl1ese 111111013 'ue otten 1de11t1Hed bv the11
wh1te sknts and colored sweate1s Tl1ey smg
f01 p10g1ams at school a11d 101 p1Og1211T1S put 0n
by the COID1T1l11'11tV M1nV times they 1re asked
to smg 101 town clubs 1nd 0rgan1zat10ns
First row: D. Fisher V. Yingling P. Weber
K. P'1rs0ns K. W1g1lCf. Second row: P. Brow-
er B. Ceist W. Butterb'1ugh A. Z'1ngl1i.
Third row: I. Ferrari J. Cree I. Gault J.
Thls g10up of 3611101 gnls can be spotted
VC1y easrlv because they have new Whlte blazers
They ale also noted fO1 then pvza sales These
g1r1s a1e an added Z-'ltt121Ct1OY1 to any type of pro
Seated: C. Gunsallus Piinist. Standing First
1'ow: P. Pease E. Naylor VI. Hambright.
Second row: M. Newlin C. B155 G. Himer.
T11ird 1'ow: P. Morrow J. Eckroth B. Cebhart.
First row: P. Pease, E. Naylor, C. Hamer, K. Friday, D. Linn, C. Bass, P. Weber, V. Yingling, B. Gebhart, J. Eck-
roth, M. Hamhright. Second row: P. Morrow, M. Newlin, M. Hillard, B. Miller, D. VHHAll111Hll, B. Tower, M. Bryan,
C. Fisher, P. Nowlin, H. Glenn. Third row: D. Focht, L. Hardy, H. Miller, I. Fagley, C. Woomer, I. Minemier, T.
Postriech, G. Miller. Fourth row: D. Getz, C. Crowell, J. Hrynciu, B. Snyder, G. Adams, E. Zimmerman, D. Derf
man, T. LaPorte.
enior hoir Girls, horus
This special group consists mostly of sen- This group of tenth grade girls, led by Mrs.
iors. They sing for special programs at school Iohnson, shows an interest in the field of vocal
and for the community under the direction of music. They sing for the school Christmas as-
Mrs. Johnson. sembly, and participate in the annual spring
choral festival. Their hard work prepares them
for advanced chorus and choir work.
First row: D. Harlow, E. Wilson, M. Turnbaugh, D. Borges, N. VValk, P. Wooiner, S. Miller, L. Kimberling, S. Cas-
sidy, S. Drake. Second row: R. Cailarelli, L. Bollinger, S. Mengle, I. Bathurst, D. Panasiti, F. McMonagle, C. Ten-
nis, M. Kohuck. Third row: P. McNeal, C. Clark, D. Pease, J. Smith, P. Rhodes, K. Harpster, I. Lykens, V. Stonehraker,
Fourth row: K. Hoff, C. Romano, M. Walker, C. Burley, L. McMinn, C. Lake, S. Hicks, M. Grazier, J. Kocher, Fifth
row: M. Marshall, B. VVestley, B. Davis, C. Leasurc, C. Vanneman, B. Bruce, D. Heichel.
F11St low S Iohnson lN Lumen D VanAllm1n B Tower E Naylor H Clenn J Eckroth B Kingston M Bryan
B Cebhflrt P Nowlin C 1'1sher N L1Porte S Class Nl Butterbflugh P Weber D Fisher K Parsons V Ylngling
K Wagner S I-Iarpste Second row C Brss K Nlewlin B Geist M Miller C Harpster D Fisher M Hillard C
Beckwith P Brower P Morrow K Mooie B Miller M Nlewlin B Bartlett S Borst I Bookhamer P Cilclerwood
C Crosby NI Wlple Thnd iow D Linn C Cunsallus P Pe se S Burnham K Friday M Hllllbflgllt C Hamm
E Patterson D Stoner I l'er11r1 R 'Vhrkle P Sharei L Lake C Conrid M Pink I Smith I Cree J Clult
Fouith 10W E Isenberg J Minemier C Crowell D Getz C Adams E OBourke C Woomei B Beamer C
Douglas C Watson R Derman K Martin D Focht D Cuppei K Molfa C Bloom Fifth row F Ifwasile H
U Crunpton B Parks R Adams B OBr11n S Bariy Sixth row I Miller C Wolford B Steak B Snyder L
Hardy I Campbell I Hrynciu C Miller T Postreich L Knox I Crawfoid D Hilemln I Dawson T Hardy I
Civler B Br lnsetter
This choial gioup is the lalgest musical division in the high
d h school with membership numbeiing ovei a hunched It keeps the
be counted on for some clever novelty in each piogiam
Drum Majoi and Mayoiettes
Kneeling V Ymgling I Ross B Vhller K Barrett S Harpster Stand
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9th Grade Chorus
First 1'0W2 S. Raahe, S. Cowher,
S. Ka ufinan, B. Halhrittcr, P.
Getz, P. Moffet, D. Taylor, D.
Fink, Miss Woomer Cadviserj.
Second row: L. Andrews, E.
Eckert, B. Walker, A. Gardner,
G. Botdorf, L. Williams, D. Mil-
ler, D. Babe, A. Gaines, J. Weyer.
Third row: S. Martin, B. Hyn-
shaw, E. Mooseker, B. Waite, R.
Bickle, C. McNeal, P. Meredith,
R. Richards, D. Reed, L. Beek-
with. Fourth row: B. Marsden,
G. Butterbaugh, D. Frantz, S.
Steck, J. Seeds, B. jones, L. Mil-
ler, I. Miles. Fifth row: D.
Crosby, M. Snyder, F.. Johnson,
M. Ream, B. Nien, O. Hainple, L.
8th Grade Chorus
First row: Miss Woromer fDirec-
tressl, P. Zinnnerman, C. Shollen-
herger, W. Lake, M. Shildt, W.
Roberts, C. Barlett, T. Singer, A.
Murray. Second row: M. Ferner,
K. Sweitzer, G. Dysart, B. Cherry,
M. Shawley, S. Britton, S. Fisher,
R. Naylor, S. Starzesky. Third
row: S. Hickes, K. Shollenberger,
C. Brishin, P. Butler, J. Batcheler,
D. Parker, S. Keefer, 1. Miller, E.
Erdly. Fourth row: M. Knecht,
E. Manspeaker, E. Iohnson, S.
Hoover, S. Uhl, J. Ayers, M.
Calderwood, R. Bond, S. Neff.
7th Grade Chorus
First row: L. Keemer, R. Richey,
S. Trimble, B. Harmon, I. Reeder,
L. Reese, E. Kiinberling, Miss
Woonrer. Second row: W. Miller,
C. Cupp, A. Crawford, M. Faust,
D. Winger, S. Cody, A. Mengel,
R. Price. Third row: R. Keatley,
I. Griflith, J. Miller, I. Crawford,
L. Hurd, C. Irwin, B. Pletcher.
Fourth row: T. Singer, D. Cald-
erwood, L. Greenawalt, E. Shildt,
K. Stewart, P. Shuey, K. Mogle,
G. Garner. Fifth row: -I. Fink, L.
Borland, C. Lamhorn, S. Adams,
N. Richards, B. Snyder, I. Thomas,
S. Kep pler, M. Mulhollan, B.
Iunior Hi h Choruses
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First row: D. Hagg, B. Steck, F. O'Rourke, F. Iavasile, I. Maisano, I. Greene, C. Caffarelli, I. Walk, I. Higgins, K. Wes-
ton, R. Cramer. Second row: C. Mills, D. Fry, D. Ray, I. Dawson, B. Denny, I. Kimmel, T. Miller, C. lfVolford, H.
Miller, I. Rhodes, G. Greene, B. Miller, F. Caro. Third row: W. Cunningham, B. Elder, D. Riggleman, L. Harris, J.
Long, C. Kirkpatrick, I. Chronister, D. Little, D. Panasiti, S. Estright, B. Westley.
Bellwood 0 Tyrone 0
The season opener was a thriller as Tyrone
and Bellwood battled to a 0-0 stalemate. Tyrone
statistically dominated the game and made four
deep drives into Bellwood territory. The game
ended in a dispute when a Bob Steck to Jim
Kimmel pass looked like the gameis winning
touchdown, but the referee ruled the game had
Moshannon 13 Tyrone 26
Tyrone got back on the winning streak and
looked very impressive over a strong Moshannon
team. The Colden Eagles broke the game wide
open in the third period with two touchdowns
and scored in the early fourth to take a com-
manding 25-6 lead. Halfback Bob Steck scored
two while Dick Miller and Tom Miller scored
Left to right: Mr. Westley, Mr. Morton, head coach, Mr. Caro
First row: D. Panasiti, D. Hagg.
Second row: D. Little, S. Estright.
Lewistown 48 Tyrone 0
Tyrone lost its Hrst game of the season by
48-0 count to a powerful Lewistown High team.
The Panthers completely dominated the statistics
both in the running attack and in passing. Ty-
rone failed to enter Lewistown territory through-
out the contest. Bob Steck picked up 46 yards
rushing for the Eagles in ten carries to lead in
Huntingdon 26 Tyrone 6
Despite an early lead, Tyrone was handed
its second defeat of the season by a sparked-up
Huntingdon team. Tyrone's touchdown came
early in the Hrst quarter as Tommy Miller, Ty-
roneis sophomore quarterback, scored from 'the
37 yard line on a quarterback sneak, right up the
middle. The rest of the game seemed to be dom-
inated by Huntingdon.
Bellefonte 20 Tyrone 0
The Bed-Raiders of Bellefonte set Tyrone
back for the third straight defeat of the season
by a 20-0 score. Bellefonte scored a touchdown
in each of the first three quarters. Tyrone was
up against a strong defense while only penetrat-
ing into Bellefonte territory twice.
Philipsbur g 39 Tyrone 6
Philipsburg-Osceola High,s Mounties took
every possible route in handing Tyrone its fourth
consecutive setback at Gray Memorial Field.
Philipsburgis attack, both on the ground and in
the air, was awesome. The Eagles only bit of
glory came late in the fourth quarter when
Tommy Miller passed to jim Maisano who re-
ceived good blocking from Bob Steck to score
Tyroneis only touchdown.
Clearfield 19 Tyrone 0
Tyrone looked very good in the first half by
holding the Bisons scoreless, and making two
serious penetrations into Bison territory, but all
came out in failure. It was the fifth straight loss
for Tyrone in which "fumblitusv played the
greatest part. It was a hard-fought, well-played
game without regard to the score.
State College 19 Tyrone 26
An alive Tyrone football team defeated
State College for its second victory of the season
to end a five-game losing streak at Gray Memo-
King and Queen
Bev Crust and Frank Iavasile are
crowned by Coach Morton and W.
rial Field. Sophomore Chet Wolford, a hard
running halfback, scored two of the Eagles,
touchdowns while Tommy Miller and Howd
Miller added one six-pointer apiece. End, Jim
Kimmel, and fullback, Ron Cramer, also got in-
to the act by tallying one extra point apiece.
Lock Haven 34 Tyrone 7
Tyrone High dropped its sixth straight foot-
ball game of the season as the Bobcats ran their
streak to 13 wins. Lock Haven scored at least
once in each quarter and managed to score twice
in the third quarter. The only Golden Eagle
touchdown came late in the Hnal quarter with
Frank Iavasile recovering a fumble on the Bob-
cat 47 yard line. Eleven plays later, Dick Miller
scored , going over from the six yard line.
Charlie Kirkpatrick added the extra point.
Hollidaysburg 64 Tyrone 21
In the final of the football season, Tyrone
was on the list of casualties for Friday the 13th.
It was strictly a track event from the opening
whistle to the final gun. Bob Steck turned in one
of the bright spots for the Golden Eagles' fans
when he raced 80 yards in the second quarter
for a touchdown. junior end, lim Kimmel, came
up with two nice catches of passes thrown by
Tommy Miller. Not to be left out of the credit
side for the Eagles was the hard running of Dick
Miller and the defensive plays of Jerry Walk
along with the rest of the team,s efforts.
Tyrone Area Highis football team ended the
season with a 2-7-1 record for the year.
First 1'ow: G. White, I. Sprankle, I. Haverstine, B. Hyndshaw, I. Turiano, A. Hyndsliaw, M. Grimm, I. Nau,
L. Beckwith, C. Sliollenberger, D. Kimmel, S. Panasiti, B. Cearhart, M. Schnellbach. Second row: D.
Grager, H. Rhodes, E. Sager, P. Ross, L. Miller, D. Shaw, C. Turiano, R. Keefer, M. McNeilus, I. Sag-
er, D. Futrick, B. Hutchison, D. Westley. Third row: B. Snyder, C. Wyland, S. Steck, C. White, B.
McNeal, D. Hoyne, D. Frantz, H. Snyder, I. Ammerman, j. Catich, E. Steele, R. Kustenbauder Mgr., C.
Scott Mgr. Fourth row: R. Woodring, S. Neff, J. Turnbaugh, R. Snyder, B. Cupper, F. White, R. Nein,
J. Burford, J. Ball, D. Stoner, S. Naylor, C. Gallagher, I. Rosecrans, E. Quarry, I. Pletcher fCoachl, G.
Junior High Football
During the past football season at Tyrone
Area High, the Varsity and Iunior Varsity had a
little trouble with the win column in their games.
Even though the record wasn't what it should
have been, they had a very successful season.
On the other hand, the junior High came
through with a very outstanding record. Coach
Pletcher's team compiled a six win, one loss rec-
ord. With a record like this in the junior High,
there seems to be a great anticipation of fine
things to happen to the sport of football in the
next few years.
Again, congratulations to you, Mr. Pletcher
and to your team, for a very successful year.
Tyrone .,..,...... 33 Moshannon Valley ...,......,. 0
Tyrone ..,.,.,..., 14 Osceola Mills ......... .,... 6
Tyrone ....,...... 26 Bellwood ........ ..... 0
Tyrone ,.,.....,... 12 Huntingdon ..... ....... 2 4
Tyrone ............ 35 Philipsburg ......, ..... 0
Tyrone ..,....,,.. 20 Captain Jack ..,..... ...., 0
Tyrone ..,....,... 20 Bellefonte .,... .. .. 7
S. Glass N. Eckley B. Crust M. Bryan E. Naylor
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First row: N. Eckley, M. Bryan. Second row: E. Naylor, S
Glass, B. Crust. Third row: j. Bookhamer, P. Brower, K. Newlin
I. V. Cheerleaders
First row: B. Bruce. Second row: L.
Andrews, P. Miller, R. Caifarelli, 1.
Brinkman, B. Halbritter, C. Crust.
Varsity Basketball Players
First row: Mr. Pletcher, Pm. Schaul, R. Steck, I. Bishop, R. Miller, I. Bryan, P. Miles. Second
row: B. Graves, K. Lucas, E. Zimmerman, T. Marshall, C. Watson, D. Getz, J. Ferner.
. , . .36 Williamsburg .
. . . .63 Roaring Spring
. . . .42 Williamsburg .
. . . .60 Bellwood ,...
. . . .42 Morrison Cove
. . , .56 Lock Haven .
. . . .48 Bellwood ....
Tyrone 47 Bald Eagle 53
The Golden Eagles opened the Mountain League
games only to go down in defeat at the hands of the
Bald Eagle iive. It was one of those games where no
one could keep off the other player and a total of sixty-
four fouls was called in the game.
Phil Miles and Cliff Watson were top men for Ty-
rone, scoring 15 and 14 points respectively.
Tyrone 43 Lewistown 77
The Tyrone Golden Eagles lost their second game
in as many starts to a high scoring Lewistown High bas-
ketball team. It was the iifth loss in nine games this
season and the second in league play.
Dave Getz was high man for the Eagles with 14
Tyrone 49 Huntingdon 53
A scoring lapse during the third period proved cost-
ly to the Golden Eagles as they lost to a determined
Huntingdon five. In trying for their first victory, the
Golden Eagles were very impressive on defense and of-
fense in spite of the score.
Phil Miles and Dave Getz were high men for the
Eagles With 12. and 18 points respectively.
Basketball Coaches ,
Mr. Bitner-junior Varsity, Mr. Pletcher-Varsity, Mr
Left to right: T. Marshall, D. Getz, P. Miles.
Tyrone 62 Bellefonte 46
A three-game losing streak went by the boards as
the Golden Eagles downed Bellefonte. All of the Golden
Eagles saw action during the contest. Tyrone was very
impressive on the free-throw route, dumping 24 in 33
Watson, Getz, and Marshall hit the double figures
for 15, 16, and 11 respectively for the Eagles.
Tyrone 54 Philipsburg 61
A fourth period rally and a 40-point effort by
Philipsburg's Fred Craig spelled a Mountain League de-
feat for the Golden Eagles on the winners' floor.
Four Eagles hit ths double column, but couldn't
contribute enough points for the win.
Tyrone 66 Captain Jack 36
This was by far Tyroneis most outstanding perform-
ance of the season. The Golden Eagles stole passes rc-
peatedly, hit well from the field, and turned errors made
by Trojans into very expensive mistakes.
Miles, Ferner, and Getz hit the double column,
while Bishop played an excellent game and scored 9
Tyrone 43 Hollidaysburg 65
It seemed as if the Golden Eagles couldn't get the
two halves together to make a whole. A poor second
half spelled the diderence between the Golden Tigers
and the Eagles as was proven by the score.
Phil Miles was the only player to hit the double
column, sinking 22 points.
Tyrone 79 Bald Eagle 46
The Golden Eagles got off to a good start and on
the right foot as the second cycle opened in the Moun-
tain League. Tyrone revenged an earlier defeat with a
display of 34 field goals and a fabulous 11 of 14 from
the free throw line.
Phil Miles and Dave Getz led the scoring parade
with 22 and 24 points respectively for the Eagles.
Tyrone 59 Lewistown 49
Mighty Lewistown has fallen!
The highly-touted Panthers brought an unbeaten
mark of 13 straight games to Tyrone only to have the
Golden Eagles make a shambles of the record with a
colossal 59-49 victory. The Eagles were demons on the
boards and gave the taller visitors no end of trouble in
the rebound department.
Watson, Miles and Getz were high men for the
Eagles with 18, 13, 11 points respectively, while Bishop
and Ferner contributed in the foul department with 7 of
8 attempts and 2 of 3 attempts in the "Game of the Yearf,
Tyrone 50 Huntingdon 54
After an inspired team triumph a few days before,
the Golden Eagles almost proved to the Bearcats that it
wasnit just luck. All through the contest the Eagles led
until the last 30 seconds, when a iield goal and two foul
shots 'turned the tide.
Watson, Miles, and Getz were high men for the
Eagles with 8, 9, and 24 points respectively.
Tyrone 76 Bellefonte 61
Maybe it was the winteris worst day with the snow
coming down and the wind howling like a "pack of
hungry wolvesf' but it was another story at Bellefonte
where the Eagles jumped out in front at the outset of
the contest and led throughout the remainder of the
contest to revenge an earlier defeat during the week.
Watson, Miles, and Getz were high men for the
Eagles for the win.
First row: R. Steck, I. Bishop, R. Miller, I. Bryan. Sec-
ond row: R. Schaul, T. Marshall, D. Getz. Third row:
K. Lucas, P. Miles. Fourth row: R. Graves.
Junior Varsity Basketball Players
First row: R. Perry, G. Gonder, T. Hardy, B. Sweitzer, K. Robinson, T. Miller, D. Wike. Sec-
ond row: D. Ray, T. Watson, H. Gearhart, J. Long, G. Lower, Mr. Bitner Ccoachl, K. Martin.
Tyrone 64 Philipsburg 55
Another in s p i r e d team effort gave the Golden
Eagles the victory that revenged an earlier defeat at the
hands of the Mounties. It was an uphill battle to win
the contest despite the fact that the Eagles took the lead
late in the opening period.
Tyrone placed four players in the double figures
with the win.
Tyrone 46 Captain Jack 43
The Golden Eagles worked into the lead in the sec-
ond period and were never headed for the remainder of
the contest. The victory moved Tyrone into a iirst place
tie and assured the Eagles of a winning season.
Phil Miles and Dave Getz were high men while the
other starters also got in the scoring column for the de-
Tyrone Hollidaysburg 50
Cliff Watsonis two foul shots with 35 seconds gone
in the second overtime "sudden dcathi' period gave the
Golden Eagles a first place tie in the second cycle with
Lewistown. The thriller was strictly another team effort
which revenged a previous defeat earlier in the season.
Watson, Miles, Getz, and F erner all hit the double
column in the thrilling victory.
Tyrone 56 Lewistown 68
Tyrone Highis basketball team closed its season by
dropping to Lewistown in a playoff for second cycle
honors in the Mountain League. Tyrone made a game
of it for the Hrst period but its inability to hit from the
field and to gather a sufficient number of shots hurt as
the game progressed.
Miles and Watson led in the scoring parade with 18
and 12 points respectively.
In spite of this defeat, the Golden Eagles had a
winning season recording 12 wins and 9 losses. The
Eagles racked up a total of 1136 points while holding
the opposition to 1068 points during the season. The
most successful game of the season was breaking Lewis-
town's 13 game winning streak by a score of 59 to 49.
Senior Basketball Players I. V. Basketball Players
Left to right: I. Bishop, I. Bryan, B. Left to right: I. Long, T. Watson, T Mil
Miller, R. Steck, B. Schaul. ler, G. Gonder.
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Junior High Basketball Players
First row: B. Gearhart, D.
Douglas, C, White, I. Miles,
I. Lynn, M. Beam, Mr. Ake
Ccoachb. Second row: P. Ross,
B. Kaufman, J. Ball, J. Mars-
den, B. Jones. Third row: S.
Steck, B. Charles, B. Hall, R.
I. V. Basketball Players
Left to right: B. Perry, B.
Sweitzer, D. Roy.
First row: D. Hagg, J. Walk, I. Miller, C. Greene I Maisino I Greene L Grimm I Ball
D. NVa1k, L. Miller, K. Mills. Second row: M1 Miller torch VV Cunningham J Rosekiins
I. Kilmartin, D. Frye, C. Michaels, S. Naylor D Umholtz L Hardy I Myers Mr Buhb
Captain Jack 24 Tyrone 25
The Eagle matmen opened their Wrestling season
by Winning a thrilling 25-24 victory and making the
coaching debut of Bob Bubb a very exciting one. Coach
Bubb relaxed at the conclusion of the decisive 12th bout
on the card, for it was not until the end of the first
period of the final bout that the victory was assured.
Clearfield 40 Tyrone 3
The first loss of the season for Tyrone came at the
hands of Clearfield. John Ball in the 103 pound class
was the Golden Eagles only Winner as he scored a three-
two decision over Larry Knepp. This left Tyrone With
only one undefeated matman.
Lock I-Iaven 36 Tyrone 13
Despite the early lead of the Eagles, they were
soon overcome by a powerful Lock Haven team. Two
of the victories were falls by Doug Walk and Jerry
VValk. Ioe Greene Won by a decision.
State College 38 Tyrone 16
A game Tyrone Area High wrestling team threw a
mild scare into undefeated State College before drop-
ping a 38-16 verdict to the Little Lions. It was the
third defeat in four outings this season but the team
showed much imnrovement. Tyrone victories included
falls by Ierry Walk and Chet Michaels. Gaining deci-
sion victories were Doug Walk and Jim Maisano.
DuBois 32 Tyrone 16
An earlv lead Was too much to overcome as Tyrone
Highis Wrestling team dropped a 32-16 meet to unbeaten
DuBois. It was the fourth defeat of the season for
Coach Bubb and all defeats have been against top flight
teams. Gaining victories were Jim Maisano, Jerry Walk,
and jack Myers.
Junior Varsity VVr'estlers
First row: R. Kustenhauder, B. Cupper, S. VVolfe, G. Decker, B. Davis, I. Caffarelli, L. Miller.
Second row: Mr. Miller tcoachl, D. Cupper, S. Naylor, E. O'Rourke, D. Riggleman, I. Catich,
Bellefonte 40 Tyrone 6
The Eagles suffered a 40-6 defeat at the hands of
a strong Bellefonte team, making it the fifth straight de-
feat of the season. Only two Tyrone High matmen, jim
Maisano and jerry Walk could post wins for the Eagles.
Both victories were very impressive.
Philipsburg 41 Tyrone 7
The Eagles again suffered defeat at the hands of a
powerful Mountie team. The Eagles faltered in the
weights. Joe Greene managed the only win while Ierry
Walk and jim Maisano were held to draws.
Hollidaysburg 46 Tyrone 3
Dale Rigglemanis decision victory at 127 pounds
averted a shuto-ut as Tyroneis wrestling team suffered
the worst defeat of the season. Two key Tyrone per-
formers were sidelined with the flu and Coach Bubh had
to forfeit the unlimited bout.
Curwensville 39 Tyrone 9
Tyrone met its eighth defeat of the tough season
in competition with the Curwensville 12. Lee Miller
started things off by taking a decision. The other win
came in the 120 pound class when Jim Maisano won by
Lewistown 39 Tyrone 9
It was the tenth defeat of the season in 11 outings
for the Golden Eagles. Coach Bublfs team got off to a
poor start by dropping the opening two bouts on falls.
Tyroneis individual winners were john Crust, jim Mai-
sano, and Dale Frye. Maisano's victory was his sixth of
the season against two defeats and one draw.
Bald Eagle Area 45 Tyrone 6
The Eagles closed the hook on the 1959-60 dual
meet season hy dropping a 45-6 decision to Bald Eagle
Area. Coach Bubbis team ended the season with a 1-10
record. Tyrone could gather only two wins, both on
decisions. jim Maisano was the most successful Eagle
matman this season with a 7-2-1 record.
First row: I. Maisano, I.
Ball, I. Green, L. Grimm.
Second row: C. Michaels,
J. Wtllk, L. Hardy.
Blair County Champions
1959 Baseball Squad
First row: J. Ferner, B. Clites, B. Lal-Tosa, C. Kirkpatrick, E. Nearhoof, C. Behrer, R. Homan
Second row: T. Boyd Cmanagerj, G. Gilliand, M. Futrick, B. Schaul, I. Campbell, E. Bickle, D
Getz, I. Stroup, jim Kimmel. Third row: T. LaPorte Cmanagerj, P. Miles, D. Hagg, L. Lucas
D. Stonebraker, Mr. LaPorte Ccoachl, B. Gilpin finanagerb, Mr. Coder Cassistant coachj.
1959 Track Squad
First row: D. Miller, I. Martin, M. johnson, D. Williaills. Second row: Mr. Caro Qcoachl, J.
Rhodes, J. Ball, T. Miller, A. Duey, D. Little Cmanagcrl. Third row: Mr. Morton Ccoachb, M.
O,Rourke, T. Marshall, I. Horllaway, B. Woodring, H. Carper, S. Estright.
This Is How We Looked In Eighth Grade
First row: A pyramid-, S. Burket, Gary and Carol, R. Markle, B. Rossman. Second
row: B. Nearhoof, K. Moore, C. Fleck, M. Fleck. Third row: M. Gurekovich, P.
Romano, N. Lange-nbacher.
s We Were
First row: Helen Glenn, B. Baughnlan, S. Glass, E. Caffarelli, C. Caflarelli. Second row: I
Chronister, J. Maisano, P. Miles, R. Reinschmidt. Third row: C. Michaels, F. Iavasile, D. Hagg
J. Higgins. Fourth row: M. Barnes, N. LaPorte, P. Nowlin, M. Newlin.
First row: LaPorte Twins, J. Geraci, R. Frantz. Second row: M. Bryan, B. Baughrnan, D. Linn
B. Kingston. Third row: P. Bonsell, G. Laird, B. Rossman, M. Gurekovich.
JOHN A. AYRES, MD.
CAREY O. BRADIN, MD.
RALPH P. ERDLY, M.D.
1. A. GREBE, M.D.
J. HIOKS, M.D.
JOHN O. HOWELL, NLD.
DAVID 1. KIRK, MD.
R. R. MUROHISON, MD.
N. R. REAM, MD.
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REYNOLD G. ALTBERG, O.D.
JOHN M. DOLLAR, O.D.
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WILLIAM E. GILBERT, D.D.S.
S. L. LAKE, D.D.S.
RICHARD VV. MOCLAIN, D.D.S.
R. W. STEVER, D.D.S.
R. H. STEVER, D.S.C.
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FRED C. FARRAND, D.O.
F. ADELAIDE FARRAND, D.O.
THE TYRON E MIN ISTE RIUM
Herman Baliles Leland W. Keemer
Church of The Brethren Warriors Mark Methodist Church
Robert E. Borland, Secretary John T. Peace, jr.
Sinking Valley Presbyterian Church First Lutheran Church
H. B. Burkett George F. Sickenberger
Free Methodist Church Christian Missionary Church
Harold E. Crosby Byron Bishop
Assembly of God First E.U.B. Church
J. Martin Dick Harry C. Stenger, President
Baptist Church Methodist Home for the Aged
Wallis Dickey David E. Sraesser
Bethel A.M.E. Church Sinking Valley Parish
Roger Q. Burtner Rollin H. Taylor, Treasurer
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Lt. john Zanders Francis B. Townsend, Secretary
Salvation Army Young Men,s Christian Ass,n
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Acklinis Jewelry .,..,....
A. J. B. Sportland .,,...,
American Legion ,....,.
Baneyis Florist .,......
Barris Insurance ..,...
Ben Franklin ........
B. P. O. E. .........,....,.......,.. .
Bressleris Powder Puff ....
Bruce Studio ...................
Budget Plan ......,.
Burley Bros. .....,...., .
Central Distributors .....
Chicago Rivet .......,...,....,
Clover Farm ,......,,.,...........
Cohenis Photo Service ....
Dairy Dip ...........,............... ...,.
Dean's Service Station ......... .....
Dickson, I. A. ,. .,.............. ,.
East End Pizza ........,...,
Englemanis Florist ...,...
Fink Brothers ........,..,,,....,., .....
Finkis Drug Store . ,..,.....,...... .....
First Blair Co. Nat'l. Bank
Fitzpatrick Tailor .......,....
F isheris Hardware .,..........
Forte Shoe Store .........,.,
Fresh Music Store ..........,.
Gardneris Candy Store ...,, I .... .
Gardneris Clothing Store
Garmanis Dept. Store ,.....
Getz Market ......................
Givleris Place ....,.,.......
Haggs Dairy . ,......... ........., .....
Harpster Chevrolet Co. ..
Heberlingis Market .........,
Hickes Grocery ...,,.
Hiller Agency ,...... .... , ..
Hodes Scrap Metal .......
Home Electric ..........,....
Interstate Amiesite Corp.
jones and Newlin .....,,.....
Juniata Packing Co. ....... .
Kennedyis Hobby Shop ..
Kienzleis Bakery .,.........,..
Levineis Shoe Store ....,..,
Levineis Men's Store ........
Lion Inn ......,...............,.
Lugg 81 Edmonds .....
McCrory's Store .,..,..
Mikeis Cut Rate .........,......
Miller Bros. .................,....., .
Minemieris Service Station
Molnaris Jewelry .......,..
Mooreis Plumbing ........
Moose Home ...,.,.........,
Morrow,s Equipment ......
Narehood Bros. Inc.
Neil, H. L. ......,..........,. .
Pantry Confectionery ......
Penna. Hotel ,....,..,.........
Peter's Grocery ,.,......
Pringle Shop ,.....................
Professional Services ...,.,..
Ray Burial Vault ..........
Rea and Derick Co.
Ready Taxi Co. . ,4.. ..,...... ,
Rhodes Planing Mill .,,..,....
Rossi Brother's Service Station
Rothert Co. ...,.,.,....,........., .
Rupert Chevrolet Co. ..... .
Schell, O. F., Accountant
Searer's Electric ..............
Snyder's Electric .....,.
Steelis Drug Store .....
Stremls Studio ..,...,..,.
Sullyis Sweet Shop ..,.....
Swayne,s T. V. ........., ,
Thomas Agency .,.,.....
Tyrone Herald ...,..,
Tyrone Laundry ...,.....
Tyrone Milling .......
V. F. W. ............,,.,..... .
Villa and Hub .....,....,.......
West Va. Pulp and Paper
Williams Appliance .,...,....
Wing Shop ..,..,...........
Wolf Furniture Co. .....,... ,
Wood1'ing,s Market .....,..,.
Yenter, I. C., Contractor
Last Will and Testament
Herels a big undertaking for some lucky Junior. Alfretta Britton will gladly give
her bookkeeping and shorthand seats to anyone brave enough to take them.
To Dale Frye goes those "warm upv drills that coach Bubb put Chet Michaels
through. Good luck Dale! Work real hard and be a good wrestler.
Elizabeth Patterson sadly wills to Carol Jean Tennis all of her fun packed days
at T. A. H. S. Have fun Carol, but stay out of trouble.
Shirley Burket wills to her brother Robert, her well beaten path via Twelfth
Street. Have fun Bob!
Lucky Kaye Shaw has just received Judy Shellenbergeifs seat in Mr. Grove's
bookkeeping class. Loads of luck Kaye and please be sure to work as hard as
Remembering all those long cold walks home, Gail Hamer wills her "Black List
of Ridesv up the hill to her fellow traveler, Gretchen Vanneman.
To some lucky junior goes Nancy LaPorte,s need for constant guidance during
second period study hall. fOr is it that mid-morning snack you,re in search of,
To Ralph Detwiler goes Durwood Bonsellis ability to day dream in school.
Sweet dreams, Ralph!
Lucky, Lucky you, Charlie Kirtpatrick! You are the recipient of Richard Milleris
ability to be last out of the locker room after practice! Better get a move on
Pity the poor underclassmen, because Sue McClellen wills all the trials and
temptations of her years at T. A. H. S. to anyone who will accept them.
This is your day, Audrey Hogan. You are about to receive Josephine Geraciis
scat in typing class. Better hurry though, you might miss the seat!
This is for anyone who falls for one of the many Crusts. Frank Ivasile wills the
ten mile drive to Sinking Valley. No wonder you slept through English class,
Delores Spicer passes on to Jane Dunkle her ability to read and understand
books. Also that long walk up the hill at night. Have fun Jane!
Rhelda Turnbaugh mournfully leaves to her sister Mimi, her notes on classwork
and class discussion. Hope theyire helpful Mimi!
Donna Fisher receives from Kaye Moore the embarrassment of a pale face turna-
ing Ifire-engine redfi Good luck Donna, hope the pale face turns just "slightly
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To Patty Piper goes Connie Ramseyis famous seat on Mr. Sickles' bus. Happy
travels and take extra good care of that seat, Patty!
Look out Bill Fink, you are about to receive from your Cousin Doris Ann Naylor,
good grades. Work hard and use them wisely, Bill!
Sorrowfully but surely Cheri Bass wills her famous "Woody Woodpeckerv laugh
to Peggy Joy Brower. Keep laughing, Peg!
Lucky Tom Weston and John Rhodes have just received from Jim 'gWyatt Earpv
Maisano, his six guns and thousand dollar bill. Be sure you use them at Dodge
City, East Tyrone, fellows!
Bonnie Gebhart sadly wills to her sister Audrey the long cold walks to school in
the moming. Now all you need is a nice warm muffler, Audrey!
To Bill Stoner goes his sister Dorothyis best wishes and the supreme pleasure of
walking the long road to and from the bus each day.
Look out! Don Waite is giving away everything! To Frank Kimberling goes
his nice warm seat in Mr. LaPorte,s math class. Dale Umholtz should have fun
next year as he just received Donis favorite hiding place in the lumber rack dur-
ing carpenter shop.
Lucky you, Carol Ferguson! You have just received Donna Wagneris long walks
at noon time. Better get some speed or youill never get any lunch, Carol!
Patsy Hall bequeaths to Lucky Jane Steele all of her history notes. Lucky girl,
Jane. Just think of the ink and mid-night oil you will be saving.
To Lynn Harris goes all of Lane Haleis books along with his hopes that you
make better use of them than he did. Much luck, Lynn!
Mary Ann Gurekovich wills to her cousin Judy, all the "lonely walks' down the
lane to meet the bus. Iust keep walking, Judy!
Barbara Miller bequeaths to Karen Harpster her famous brand-name "Show.',
Keep up the "Sl1owv on and off the Held, Karen!
Hold your hats! Tom Marshall is leaving everything to the Holloways! To Ioe
he leaves his weekend trips to jersey Shore and Williamsport, and to Winston,
Tom bequeaths his long, ucoolv walks.
To her sister Iudy, Carole Fleck gladly surrenders her well-loved seat in book-
To Anna Bonsell, Madelyn Fleck wills her seat in World History, Boom 210.
Have fun Anna!
To the last of the Fishers - Dixie, her sister Carol bequeaths all of the fun she
has had during her senior year, especially on the Washington trip!!
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Virginia F ranchio bequeaths to Mary jane Cannistraci all the long walks from
east end. No one special to walk with for the next two years, Mary jane!
To Joyce Batcheler, Dave Patton wills his ability to be a good hunter and sports-
Suzan Swisher leaves to any one interested, her chemistry lab position and eight
cracked test tubes.
To Darlene Haverstein, Roselyn Markle wills her lipstick and mirror for a last
minute touch-up every morning on the way to school.
To future physics students, Marilyn Cupp wills her seat in Mr. Morairity's joyful
Donna Briggs wills a 'icertainv seat in one of the yellow buses 'to her sister Mary
Ann. Sit comfortably, Mary Ann!
The seat beside a certain fellow in a 1957 red and white chevy goes to Sharon
Mengel from Gloria Boyd.
To some lucky junior, George Miller wills his seventh period study hall.
jim Kimmell is the lucky recipient of jerry Higgins, football locker.
jim Campbell wills to some diligent junior of next year, all the duties and prob-
lems of the Falcon editorship.
Nap Woodring bequeaths to some fast junior, the privilege of being in the YVash-
ington picture twice!
To Kathleen Parsons, jim Bryan leaves the right to drive his well known Ford
to school next year.
Carol Gunsallus wills to the Senior Girls, Ensemble, her ability to forget music
and white blazer. You will forget but once!!
Pat Miller leaves to all future clerical girls, her much loved seat in Mrs. Camp-
bellis bookkeeping class.
To Carol Davis, Maureen Bradford wills her job as "secretary of the paper cup-
board." Have fun, Carol!
To Beverly Rhoades, Melissa Bryan wills all the lonely hours of putting up her
hair. Weive got to be an ace at something!!! Eh Bev??
To any junior who likes fun, Terry Postreicli gives all his good 'times in the school
Bernie Beck wills his Falcon advertisement headaches to some lucky junior.
judy Lamberson bequeaths to her sister Ruth, those Friday evening driving les-
sons given by her beloved father.
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Carol Beckwith is the lucky recipient of Bonnie Ptossman's majorette boots. Take
good care of them Carol!!
To Linda Snider goes all Nancy Simondales ability to get into trouble in phys.
ed. class. Have fun!!
Dottie Bigelow's journey to school is ending, so she requests that Donna Neil
carry on for the "VVest End Kidsf,
Karen Friday has aged because of those long, cold walks from the East End. She
requests that Joyce Troutwine take over. It is cold out that Way, isn't it?
Sleep, sleep, sleep, Rick Snyder, for Barbara Shaw wills you her rear seat in
Miss Crawford's history class. just why would anyone want to sleep during his-
Molly McFarland leaves her sister to argue with the bus driver as to who is right
Hereis a big package for Ann Panasiti. It is the local "Yi, Dance Floor. You can
thank Marty Cowher for that gift, Ann.
Pleasant dreams john Bhoades, for Francis Oillourke leaves you the best bunk
at football camp.
Why, Shirley Savitts, must you bequeath those Tuesday night rides up Janesville
Pike to your brother, Jim?
Beware, Donna Benner, for Linda Couch leaves you her seat on the bus with
Wanted: Someone to take over Dick Hagg's duties as manager. Could that
someone be George Eckroth?
Keep moving, Guy VVeaver, for Leroy Liner tells us that there are plenty of seats
in the rear of the bus!
Standing on the corner, watching all the girls go by is Sam Headingis favorite
occupation. Do you mean that jim Beckwith is to have exclusive rights in front
of the senior high, Sam?
Have fun, Sam Bridges, for your next door neighbor, Marva Barnes, happily
gives you the long journey from Ridge Avenue to the high school. I-Iereis hoping
you receive it kindly!
All those bumpy bus rides in the morning are given to Elaine Mooseker by Sandy
Stouffer. That's a wonderful way to get awake in the morning, Elaine.
Carol Morrissey leaves all those crazy mixed up times in bookkeeping to the fu-
ture senior Clerical girls. Good luck girls, for youill need it.
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To any junior girl willing to work, Peggy Price leaves her seat in record keeping.
Work hard, but not too hard, girls.
Another empty school seat, this time in room 214, goes to Jo Ann Parker from
Look out Bev because coming your way from your sister Barbara Baughman, are
all those rides to school in a Dodge!
Penny Nowlin wills to Glenda Harpster, all her "little white liesv so she can stay
in good standing with Mr. Wagner.
Dave Getz leaves his position on the baseball team to Tom Miller. Good luck,
Tom Miller also receives from Bob Schaul the warmest spot on the basketball
Geraldine Nead leaves her bumpy rides on the school bus to Judy Ross. That is,
Perky Barbara Kingston gives Janet Bookhamer all her fun in Washington. Look
All the future school days go to Joe Waite and Sherry Lannen from Nanci
Lannen. Have fun!
Bonnie Loose wishes her sister and her gang happy walking to school!
Evelyn Caflarelli wills her sister Rosanna, her ability to get up in the mornings.
As Sonja Glass steps from her cheerleading position, she bequeaths her mega-
phone to some deserving junior. Cheer hard for T. A. H. S., Juniors!
Frances Owens bestows on her sister, Connie, her great will to learn.
Look out Glenda Harpster! It looks like Marsha I-Iillard is willing you one year
of slavery to a physics book.
Betsy Baronner bequeaths to Barbara Westley her memory book of T. A. H. S.,
especially the fun Hlled pages of her senior year.
More long walks to school are given to Dick, Joan and Connie from Ella Harpster.
Betty Werts bestows on her friends, Kathy and Peggy, her happy hours in Mr.
Morairityis Physics class. Youill learn a lot!!
TokCarol Davis, Marjorie White wills all of her habits and crazy ideas! Good
Jeannette Ross, leaves to her sister Judy, her baton and well worn majorette
Long hours are in store for Boseann Schnellbach because they have been left to
her by Sharon Westley for work in shorthand and bookkeeping.
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Nancy Conrad's sister, Janet, can thank her for those study hall seats in the
Some lucky gal is going to receive the front seat of a certain Ford from jane
Any fellow can have Gary Adams, seat in P. G. Class.
john F erner has Bob Clites, permission to sight-see in Physics class.
To Sandy Borst goes the task of writing letters to Chicago. This task is given by
Patsy Myers. Have fun, Sandy. Please try to get at least two written a week.
To someone lucky enough to receive it, Ierry Minemier leaves his calling card
and his quick deliveries of those 'gProm Timev flowers from Baney's.
All of jim Crawfordas troubles and problems go to some well deserving junior.
Jerry Cupp leaves his broken seat in Mr. LaPorte,s class to anyone who thinks
he can sit in it.
Dean F ocht is the lucky recipient of Bob Snydeifs safe driving habits and also
his music ability.
One seat in history class goes to any junior from Gladys Laird.
Iohn Ferner is receiving from Phil Miles, the back seat on the baseball bus.
To next year,s Trig class goes all the luck in the world from John Hrynciu. Youill
need it, juniors!
Dick Graves leaves his many different dance steps to any one who thinks he can
control this task.
To anyone who is behind in his homework, Dan Maule wills his ability to play
hookie without getting caught. What happened, Dan?
Gary Greene is the recipient of his brother joe's position on the wrestling team.
Leonard Hardy leaves his ability to loaf in Physics class to Ed Bickle. Watch
out for Frank!
Alton Nevling wills to Ed Moore his place in twelfth grade.
To her brother, Dick, and all of her cousins, Nancy Langenbacher gives the task
of repeating, spelling, and pronouncing her last name to all the puzzled teachers
of T. A. H. S.
Virginia Isenberg wants her sister to have all the fun that she had in a certain
To some worthy cheerleader goes the ability to get into trouble by drawing pic-
tures on the locker room walls during practice, gift of Busy Naylor.
From Gwen Burns goes a package of homework to Jenny Barner. You work
hard now, Jenny!
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Judy Stahl Wills the crowded ride home on the bus to Don, Gene and Tom.
Steve Stryker is the recipient of Shirley Burnhamis Physics reports. Better hurry
up Steve, some other lucky junior might get there iirst.
To Kathy Newlin goes Mindyis stilts. Don't misuse them, Katy!
From Muriel Hambright goes the safekeeping of Jim, Qin name onlyj to her
Saturday night neighbor, Kathleen Parson.
Lester Walters and Richard Laird receive the bumpy back seat ride to and from
school from Barbara Nearhoof.
To Bill Miller goes Lynn James, seat in D. T. Mooreis otlice.
Brub Eckroth is the recipient of the noisy alarm clock from his sister, Judie. We
hope he gets up earlier than Judie did!
Maureen Westley is receiving all of her sister's Walks to classes. Have fun
Patty White Wills all the comments that go with red hair to any red haired
lt looks like Linda Williams Will be having fun in her remaining years of school
because Sandy Johnson Wills to her all the enjoyment she has had in high school.
Dolly VanAllman regretfully gives her job of balancing the books for the school
bank to some lucky junior.
The last seat in the class and the last name in the grade book goes to some lucky
junior from Raymond Ziegler.
Biff Wolford, here comes all of Bob Steck's cockiness and tall tales!
Kathy Hand will receive from Iva Jean Daughenbaugh the rickety typewriting
seat. Watch out for those timed writings!
To a lucky girl, Sandy Bryan gives Judy Dennyis picture of Fabian.
Dan Friday is the sole heir of Sam Deckeris seat in personal typing class.
Hang on to your seat Janet! You have just received from Nancy Eckley the fast
ride to school.
To a lucky junior, Jane Frederick is giving away her seat in Miss F rye,s English
class. By the way, it is equipped with a seat Warmer for those cold mornings.
Dianne Steele Wills to any Home Ec. girl, the art of keeping on the good side of
Mr. Tate. As she had little luck, she hopes you succeed!
To Jane Steele goes all of Marjorieis good times and a last year of enjoyment in
Carol Wolfe bequeaths her periods of Working in the Guidance Office for Mr.
Gorman to some lucky junior girl.
Last Will and Testament
To some lucky junior goes Peggy Kimberlingjs seat in typing class. Work hard
and donit use the "hunt and peck? system is Peggyis advice.
Dale Bay and Larry Harris are the recipients of all Cindy Bayis study halls.
That is, providing you use them better than she did.
To Nancy Light, Pat Romano gives all the long cold walks to school next winter.
Good luck Nancy!
Dolly Romano wills to her brother, Melvin, her good sense of humor.
For Sale - Used Shorthand Notebooks. Trying to make some money for all the
hard work, arenit you Bobby Summers?
Future reference on all subjects can be had by any junior, for Terry LaPorte
leaves his little black book behind!
Look out, Mrs. Campbell!! Kerry Lucas gives you his sister, Janice. just canit
seem to get rid of the Lucas', can you?
Attention all hungry juniors! Lee Knox bequeaths his mad dash to the cafeteria
at chow time.
To be, or not to be a back seat driver is the question that janet Chronister asks
all the iuture senior girls.
Hear Ye! I-Iear Ye! Larry Hample wills Tyrone Area High School to "Posterity!U
Button up your coat Bob Nearhoof, for Ed Parks leaves you those cold winter
walks to lunch.
Menu Special: Egg Omelets. Peg Morrow hopes you have a jolly good time in
the cafeteria at noontime, jane Crawford.
Cliil Watson is now a full fledged member of the Mickey Mouse Club because
john Bishopis membership has expired!
Any lovelorns need advice? Look up Edith Keith, for Pat Weston leaves her
behind to do the match making.
Rah, Rah, Bah, to janet Bookhamer, for Beverly Crust wills you her position on
the cheering squad. Maybe youill quit complaining about being the caboose?
Throw away those pin curls Judy Stouffer, for Dolores Linn gives all her natural
curly hair to you. No more nightly pinups for you!
Shirley Gray regretfully leaves her job in the Principalis ofHce to some deserving
junior. Who could be so deserving?
Palmer Bonsell wills his ice cream freezer at the cafeteria to some lucky junior.
jane Wagner gives that heavy load of senior books of hers to joan Houck. Have
fun but donit drop them, joan!
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