Tyrone Area High School - Falcon Yearbook (Tyrone, PA)
- Class of 1964
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The School Yearbook such as the Falcon
serves as a record and a true reilector of school
life and Work. As you inspect its pages now
and in later years, it is sure to bring hack many
fond memories. The 1964 edition of the Falcon
has met the challenge of a long history of ex-
cellence in recording the events and activities
in the Tyrone Area Junior-Senior High School.
MISS DOROTHY CRAWFORD
At least once during the school career of any Tyrone Area High School
student, he or she comes into contact with one of the most respected teachers
on the staH:. We, the Class of 1964, dedicate our yearbook to this teacher, Miss
Dorothy Crawford. By doing so, we hope to show our appreciation for her
ceaseless efforts in our social studies department as well as her dedication to
the youth and to the community. Not only has she done much to develop the
interest of her students in the field of history, but, also, Miss Crawford has been
an inspiration to us all to set up high ideals and strive to do our best. A special
tribute goes out to this deserving woman for her patient and untiring effort
during the eighteen years she has served as the yearbook advisor.
To you, Miss Dorothy Crawford, we dedicate our 1964 Falcon.
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Area School Authority
Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. Frm-nl A. Knup, Assistant SQCII'lilly-Yll1'62lSllYCYQ Mr. Ralph A. Gill, Sm-creturyg Mr. Hugh
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SECRETARIES-SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE SECRETARIES-PRINCIPAUS OFFICE
Mrs. Barr, T. Ormsby, P. Miller, C. Berk-
stresser, H. Postreich.
Kay Hoff, joaune Sessumeu
Top Photo: Left to Right-Row 1: Mrs. Angvlo, Miss Nh-Closkoy, Miss Lutslmw, Mrs. Lukv
Miss Dzulgherty. Row 2: Mr. XV, Miller, Mr. Fz1bi:111, Mr. Sc'hwcitzc'r, Mr. YVilbu1', Mr. Rum
lucrgcr, Miss Lutz, Miss Millor, Mrs. MCClcavc.
Lower Photo: Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. R. TFIIOIUQIS, Mr. XV. Miller, Mr. Mntusky, Mrs
Mctxlcr, Miss Cl'ilXVl.0l'il. Row 2: Mr. Svhoncwolf, Mr. Slom'lJ1'z1kc'1', Mr. T1'alxlc1', Mr. N'V1-ylllcrs
Top Photo: Left to Right-Row 1: Mrs. -loues, Mrs. Stacey, Mrs. Clirouistvr, Miss Taylor, Mrs.
Nmrlioof. Row 2: Mr, Stroup, Mr. Lu Porto, Mr. Corrigan, Mr. Norris, Mr. 'llI'llXl0I', Mr. NVlrito,
Lower Photo: Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. Lloyd, Miss Wfoomcr, Miss Dantz, Mrs. Campbell.
How 2: Mr. Tate, Mr. Little, Mr. Mingle, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Ammcrmzm, Mr. Dolingcr, Mr.
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Mr. Hayes, Mr. Burley.
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Left to Right-Rpw 1: Miss I.l1'lCl1, Miss Rupp, Mr. Artmuu, Mr. Bitucr. Row 2: Mr. Gill, Mr. , V
Miller, Mr. Collier, Mr. Sueuth.
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Senior Class Officers
Left to Right-Row I: C. Burwcll. Row 2: -I. Scordo, L. Lzlngcllbuclmexg S. Nca1'110of, L. Friday
S. Neff, S. Kecfcr, I. Davis.
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Abramo, John Vincent Ayres, Judith Leslie Bard, Mary Catherine Barlett, Carl Edward
Barto, Cary Leonard Batchelor, Bonnie Gaines Batcheler, Joyce Lynette Banglnnan, James Lawrence
5Il?RAlV!p, JOHN VINCENT A I I BARTO, GARY LEONARD Auldemic
'mo I fa'em" Football 1, Latin Club 1, 2.
lgagfetlmll 25 Baseball 1, 21 35 Key Club 35 X mmty Club Paul and Ron are faithful friends . . . hopes to be an engineer
'f ' someday . . . says his special achievement is to pass Latin . . .
John aspires to graduate and join the service . . . John, Terry, loves to miss school to hunt and fish.
and Bob are his best chums . . . "Bramo" is a friend to every-
one .. . one ot our Kiwanis "Boys of the Month."
AYRES, IUDITH LESLIE Academic EATCIEELER, BONNIE CAINES I
Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Senior Choir 3g Ensemble 2, 3g Girls' Batch Academic
ghcarui 15 C-llieerlegrcliiipa 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, Spanish C-ir'ls'g3:1iike1tb?l5.,r?g Falcon 3, Band 1, 2, S5 Art Club
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Indy is our peppy, but studious, head cheerleader . . . Reading Seems "Batch" has a hard time getting to classes on time . . .
is her favorite pastime . . . a semifinalist in the National Merit wants to be a phys. ed. teacher Bonnie is always on the
Scholarship awards . . . Judy can be found with her best friend go, especially when it comes to Kib . . . She is one of our
"Cis." taithtnl girls' basketball players . . . seems to be majoring in
BARQ, MARY CATHERINE I I BATCHELER, JOYCE LYNETTE Secretarial
Goldlelocks Voumona Girls' Basketball 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, Bible Club 1, 2. Senior Choir 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, 3,
Mary's sole ambition is to graduate . . . always willing to help Gals CIYUTUS 1- 35 Aft Club 14 F- B- L- A- 2, 35 ATCIWYY
a friend in need goes the way with Cathy, Bonnie, Lizzie, Club 1-
and Dianne .. . Mike seems to be a magic name to her. loyce is very well liked . . . She hopes to be a secretary . . .
member of District Band . . . good looking and always smiling.
BARLETT, CARL EDXVARD BAUCHMAN, IAMES LAXVRENCE
"Pancho" Academic "jim" Vocational
WVrestling 1, 2, 3, Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Boys' Clio- Track 1, 2, 3g X7qr5ify Club 2, 3.
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VVants to become a doctor . . . This intelligent guy can be wants to become a good machinist . . . Jim is very carefree and
seen with Terry, Mike, and Bill . . . enjoys swimming, girls, always has a smile,
wrestling and listening to Exodus . . . able Falcon Editor . . .
easy going . . . terrific personality.
BAYER, LEAH ANN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Senior Choir 2, 3, Ensemble 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 15 Latin
Club 1, 2.
Tveah has a special talent for playing the piano and organ . . .
She has a warm, friendly personality . . . pals with Christy,
Barbara, and Mary Frances . . . Fregie will make a good teach-
er some day.
BECKYVITH, LEROY RESSE
Football 2, Track 2g Band 1.
LeRoy loves to ride horses . . . YVif, Ron, and Oscar are his
best friends . .. Butch wants to judge horse shows . . . hopes
to raise horses and cattle after graduation.
BE CKVVITH, TAYLOR ALLISON
Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
Taylor is one of our snappy drununers played in a snare
drum trio in County Band loves hunting and going on
long drives wants to go into policework Jim, Duff,
lion, and Ken al'e his best pals.
BEHRER, SUSANNE G. Secretarial
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Sue will make a terrific gym teacher .. . aspires to join the
Women's Air Force . . . a friend to all . . . Sue was chosen
the outstanding 4-H'er in Huntingdon County and went to
BOND, ROBERTA LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 2, 34 Mixed Chorus 2,
3, Senior Choir 39 Ensemble 2, 3, Girls, Chorus 1, Li-
brary Club 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 35
Latin Club 1, 2.
Roberta is the hard-working editor of the Spokesman
Robe-rta's best friends include Barbara, Eileen, Judy, and "Cis"
. . . Bertie and Hutch seem to have started a lasting friendship
. . . She is admired and respected . . . always giving advice.
BONSELL, GEORGE Vocational
George Wants to be a machinist after graduation . .. can be
seen with Charlie, Joe, and Ron .. . George is an outdoors
man loves hunting and fishing.
BOUGHER, SANDRA FISHER
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Band 1, 2, 34 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Girls, Chorus 1.
To be a good, successful wife is this girl's ambition best
chums are Bonnie, Barb, Shirley, and Lorine . . . enjoys writing
letters . . . sweet and sincere . . . Conceited people don't rate
with this gal!
BRANSTETTER ERRLYN KAY
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Senior Choir 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Ensemble 2, 33 Girls'
Chorus 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2.
Jerri has a warm, friendly personality . . . She is a past Worthy
Advisor of Rainbow . . . Ierrlyn hopes to attend business school
following graduation from T. A. H. S .... She pals with Analee,
Trish, and Indy.
BRANSTETTER, TERRY LEE
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Bueky wants to be a dairy farmer . . . stalks through the Woods
during hunting season Bill, Dick, Charley, and Dennis are
his best friends . . . Bucky is cheerful and very friendly.
BRESSLER, CONSTANCE LA RUE
Connie's main interest in high school is graduating . . . She can
be seen with Nancy, Peggy, Sue, Betty, and Denny!!! .. . a
good dancer seems to have a liking for a green truck.
BRISBIN, CAROL LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1,
Library Club 1, 2, 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Carol is very friendly and always smiles . . . Corky wants to be
a secretary She is very cute and enioys being with Dick.
BROWER, GLADYS MARIE Clerical
Gladys has a habit of sleeping in too late very pretty and
usually very quiet wants to he a receptionist in an office
. . . says her ambition is just to graduate.
BROWER, ROBERT LEE
"Moby Dick" Vocational
Bob is il future carpenter .. . He enjoys coin collecting . ..
lack, Steven and jim are his best friends.
BROWN, KENNETH HAROLD
VVrestling 1, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Key Club 3, Art Club lg
School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
Ken, when not with Mike and Charlie, can be found talking
with his girls!!! . . . favorite pastimes are hunting and fishing
Brownie is a friend to everyone says he wants to
graduate and become n draftsman.
BRYAN, FRED CLYDE
Football lg Wrestling 2.
Fred is a true mechanic . . . loves to tinker with cars . . . hopes
to go into business for himself . . . Terry and Inn are his best
BUCK, RONALD CHARLES
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Senior Choir 2, 3, Boys' Chorus
2, 33 Science Club 1, 2, 3.
Ron wants to go to California?? . . . one of the lowest basses in
the history of our choruses . . . loves to play the piano, sing,
and hunt . . . can be seen with Terry.
Burford, William Burnham, Barbara
Burwell, Gary Butler, Patricia
BURFORD, WILLIAM R.
Bill is a true "goof-ot?" . . . alsouan outdoors man . . . wishes
to become a machinist . , . very triendly and extremely witty.
BURNHAM, BARBARA KAY
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 85 Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Library 1, 2, 39
F.T.A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 25 Latin Club 1, Student
Barbs wants to travel . . . She is very considerate of others . . .
Barbara has a very pleasant disposition . . . Roberta, Christy,
Eileen, Leah, and Judy are her best friends.
BURNS, RONALD PETER
Track 1, 2, 3g Varsity Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 34
Latin Club 1, 2.
Ron was a member of Keystone Boys' State .. . He likes to
read and enjoys sports . . . wants to go to college . . . generally
very studious seen with Paul, Gary, and Jerry.
BURTNETT, KATHLEEN LOUISE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y S, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 33
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 3, F.'l'. A. 2, 3,
F. B. L. A. 2, 53.
Kathy is a snappy dresser . . . always late wants to be a
business teacher Gretchen, Janet, and Margie are among
her best friends . .. loves week-ends and especially parties.
Burns, Ronald Burtnett, Kathleen
Caldeiwood, Martha Campbell, Richard
BURWELL, GARY ALLEN
Football 1, 2, 3, VVrestling 1, 2, 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3,
Falcon 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 3.
Gary is the able leader of our class . . . WVhitey wants to be
state champ and go to college .. . He loves to travel to Bald
Eagle Avenue . . . Gary is a hard-working, sincere student but
likes to be fun-loving and happy.
BUTLER, PATRICIA ANN
Girls' Basketball 1, Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 24
Falcon 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir
2, 35 Ensemble 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Laurey got her name from the play Oklahoma, in which she
played the lead role at T. A. H. S. This singing, cheerful
girl wants to go to business school Pat's best friends in-
clude Batch, Cathy, Peggy, and Sue.
CALDERWOOD, MARTHA NIAE
Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Senior Choir 3, En-
semble 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, F. T. A. 2, S, Spanish Club
2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2.
Cis is our snappy head majorette .. . Iudy rates as her best
friend She loves wrestling matches!!! . .. Martha desires
to be a secondary education English teacher . .. a friendly,
CAMPBELL, RICHARD Vocational
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Dick enjoys hunting and rifle shoots . . . I-lis best chunis are
Charley Light, Charley Kimberling, and Bucky.
Carson, Nancy Cherry, Bonnie Chronister, Sallye Cox, David
Crowell, Judith Crust, Linda
CARSON, NANCY LEE Clerical
Nancy says graduating is her sole ambition . .. Terry seems
to occupy most of her time . . . Nancy wants to be a secretary
. . . firey redhead . . . good dancer.
CHERRY, BONNIE KAY
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 8, Girls, Chorus 1,
Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 3.
Bonnie is a future lady in White She says she can't stand
moody people . . . Wants to graduate . . . best friends are Beth,
Sandy, and Judy.
CHRONISTER, SALLYE MARIE
Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2.
Sallye is a horseback-riding fan . ,. loves dancing and swim-
ming . .. went to Oklahoma with the 4-H . . . wants to go to
college , .. Nancy, Gretchen, Elinor, Mary, and Marlene are
her best friends.
COX, DAVID CHARLES Vocational
Dave claims all he Wants to do is f.u'aduate . . . an outdoor man
has the ambition to go to Florida best pals include
Jack, Sonny, Steve, and Mike.
Davis, Eileen Davis, John
CROYVELL, JUDY ANN Academic
Spokesman 1, Mixed Chorus 1 , 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1,
Art Club 13 Library Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 15
F. N, A. 2, 3.
Judy keeps thc Mercy Hospital on its toes . . . future lady in
white . . . loves to read and listen to music . . . a hard-working,
cheerful gal . . . sure to be a success.
CRUST, LINDA FAYE General
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokerman 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3.
Linda claims her special achievement is being a part of the
Class ot 064, She aims to be a success in life spends
ber time writing to a certain Airman . . . has great school spirit.
DAVIS, EILEEN SUE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y B, Cheerleading 1.
Sue is a future beautician . . . Barb, Sue, Sandi, Karen, Janie,
and Mary are her best friends always smiling' and very
Iriendly . . . very talkative.
DAVIS, III, JOHN McCLELLAN
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, Wlrestling 25 Baseball 1, 3, Key
Club 3, Mixed Chorus 35 Boys' Chorus 3, Varsity Club
2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council 2.
Johnis very friendly to everyone . . . Fiber Wants to go to col-
lege and join the Air Force . . . says his special achievement
is not getting caught bushwacking . . . wants to be prosperous,
no doubt he will!!!
DAY, SUSAN ELAINE
F. N. A. 2, 53.
Sue says getting an "A" in chemistry was her special achieve-
ment . . . another future "lady in white" . . . easy going . . .
Penny, Judy, and Sharon rate with Sue.
DEAN, BONITA JOYCE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 1, 2, Sq Mixed Chorus 2,
35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Science Club 1, Dramatics
Bonnie is a cute, little redhead who is glad to be part of the
Class of '64 . . , seems to like horseback riding . . . best friends
include Pat, Nancy, Fran, Linda, and Sue.
DEAN, PAMELA KAY
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 F. T. A. 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2.
Pam is another past Worthy Advisor of Rainbow . . . wants to
be an elementary teacher . . . loves music and dancin
g . . .
Dave seems to take up most of her time . . . has spent more
time in our hospital without being sick than anyone we know!!!
DEAN, SUSAN KAYE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Susan loves to play the organ , . . wants to become a good
organist and a beautician Karen, Judy, Ioan, and Carol
rate as her best friends . . . friendly smile with personality to
DELBAGGIO, VICTORIA LEE
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, Youth
Center Council 1, 2, 3.
Vicky is the able president of the Youth Center Council . . .
wants to make the dean's list in college Worries about
everything loves tennis and reading always looking
for a good time.
DETWILER, PAUL ELVVOOD
Football lg Baseball lg Track 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3, Var-
sity Club 2, 3g Latin Club 1, 2.
Paul claims being a physicist is his main ambition . . . valuable
asset to our track team . .. won a gold medal at the Juniata
College Relays . . . has the "hottest', scooter in Tyrone.
DRESSLER, KENNETH RAY
Ken says all he wants to do is graduate .. . a future army
career man . . . loves to lounge around Bob and Bill rate
as his best friends.
DUFF, DONNA MARIE Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Band l, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 F. N. A.
Donna tvants to become a registered nurse .. . says her spe-
cial achievement will be to get into nursing school . . . makes
long distance telephone calls!!! . . . Io Anne, janet, Susie, Vir-
ginia, and Kathy make up her gang.
Day, Susan Dean, Bonita
Dean, Pamela Dean, Susan
DclBaggio, Victoria Detwilcr, Pau
Dresslcr, Kenneth Duff, Donna
Dunkel, Judy Dworsak, Gerald
Dysart, Gail Edmondson, Clair
Ellenberger, XVilliain Emigh, Carolyn
Erdly, Elinor Estright, Virginia
DUNKEL, JUDY IRENE Clerical
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
Judy's special achievement was getting her driver,s license . , .
aspires to be an elementary teacher listens to a special
tape recording . . . very serious about her work.
DWVORSAK, GERALD RICHARD
Track 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1.
Jerry is one of our "Boys of the Monthy' . . . intelligent and
hard working . . . wants to be a bioehemist . . . ought to have
a strong arm carrying all those books.
DYSART, GAIL E.
Girls' Basketball 2, 34 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman lg
Senior Choir 3, Ensemble 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Latin
Club 1, 2.
Gail says she wants to make it through college . . . jo Ellen,
Pam, Kay, and Margie arc her best friends . . . Chuck is her
magic word . . . Her personality and cute smile can't be beat.
EDMONDSON, CLAIR MILLER, IR.
Football lg Wrestling 1.
Clair Wants to make a career out of thc Navy loves to
work with cars . . . Sam, Dave, llay, and Ken rate as his best
ELLENBERCER, III, VVILLIAM BERT
Track 2, 534 Archery Club 1, 2.
Bill is everybody's friend . . . tremendous sense of humor . ..
always ready for a good sprint . . . Bill's close friends include
Mike, Carl, Terry, DuH, Bill, Dean, Jerry, joe, and the rest
of the gang wants to be a computer technician.
EMIGII, CAROLYN JOAN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 34 Home Ec. Club 3.
Carolyn wants to get a good job after graduating . . . did some-
one say Bobil? . . , says her special achievement will be to pass
ERDLY, ELINOR JANE Academic
Spokesman 2, 33 Band 1, Z, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls'
Chorus l, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin
Club 1, 2.
Elinor is another past VVorthy Advisor of Rainbow .. . Swim-
ming is her favorite pastime enjoys making friends and
likes to be around other people . .. a real "brain".
ESTRIGHT, VIRGINIA LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, F. N. A. 3.
Ginny seems to like the scenery in Altoona . .. wants to be-
come a nurse . . . always smiling . . . Susie, Io Anne, Donna,
Janet. and Kathy rate in her book.
Ewing, Beverly Eyer, Kenneth
F einea, Paul Ferner, Mary Ann
EWVING, BEVERLY A.
Girls' Basketball 2, 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
"Be-vi' is a lover of sports . . . would like to he a secretary . . .
Linda, Carolyn, Barb, and Cris rate with Beverly.
EYER, KEN LLOYD
Wrestling 2, 3, Student Council 1.
Ken loves to "goof ofln .. . says his special achievement is
staying home at night . . . is a regular rodeo goer . . . wants
to go to school after graduating.
FAGLEY, LYNNE LUCILLE Secretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Band J, 2, 3, Student Council 3.
Lynne is the life of our class . . , Rick takes up most of her
time . . . wants to be a good secretary . . . Joyce, Betsy, Mary-
Anne, Beth, Judy, and Mary make up her gang.
FAGLEY, TERRY JOE
Terry Wants to be a mechanic at Rll1lL'l'f,S .. . loves to Work
with cars . . . does Peggy ring a bell?? .. . thinks his special
achievement is getting his clriver's license.
Fagley, Lynne Fagley, Terry
F errari, Mary Ferrin, Carol
FEMEA, PAUL LEROY
Wrestling Manager 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1,
3, Dance Band 2, 89 Boys' Chorus 3.
Paul never starts anything he can't finish on the spot . . . wants
to become a doctor . , . is a familiar sight in the locker room
after school . . . John, Terry, Bill, and Dave rate with Paul.
FERNER, MARY ANN
Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 8, Girls' Chorus 1g Spanish
Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Student Council 1, 2, 3,
Youth Center Council 1, 2, 34 F. N. A. 2, 3.
Mary Ann is one of our prettiest majorettes . . . able leader of
the Student Council . . . future "lady in white" . . . friendly
hut quiet . . , Janet, Kathy, Gretchen, and Margie are her best
FERRARI, MARY FRANCES
"Little Dagov Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3g Spokesman 1, Band 2, 3, Mixed Cho-
rus 2, 3, Senior Choir 23, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 39 Latin
Club 1, 2.
Mary Frances is one of the smartest dressers in our class . . .
gets along with the boys!! . .. Her ambition is to become a
cosmetician and a fashion designer . . . loves "Bonneville-s."
FERRIN, CAROL LOUISE Vocational
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Home Ec. Club 3.
Carol claims all she wants to be is a housewife . .. is a good
dancer . .. Gail and Marge rate as tops with Carol.
Fink, John Fink, Penny
Fisher, Estelle Fisher, Terry
FINK JOHN E.
Jack is another future machinist . . . claims graduating will be
his special achievement . .. Iackis best friends include Bill,
Gene, and Bob.
FINK, PENNY I0
"P. J." Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 1, F. N. A. 2, 3.
Penny Jo is another future nurse .. . says getting straight A's
in algebra is her special achievement . .. loves dancing . . .
P. I.'s friends who rate are Sue, Bonnie, Sandy, and Judy.
FINK, WILLIAM CHARLES
Band 1, 2, 3, School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
Bill can be found keeping the Neptune Fire Co. on its toes . . .
a future airman . . . likes to play the tuba . . . Ray, Mike, and
Bill are Smokey's best friends.
FIORE, MARY JOSEPHINE Secretarial
Girls, Basketball 3, Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Club 1,
F. B. L. A. 3.
Mary is the high school's chief banker . . . says she wants to
graduate . . . talks a lot, especially over the phone . . . Judy
and Lynne rate as her best friends.
Fink, VVilliam Fiore, Mary
Flaig, Ruth Fleck, Elizabeth
FISHER ESTELLE BEATRICE
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls, Chorus lg F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Estelle is a class goof-off 4-H representative of Blair
County to Illinois . . . wants to he a secretary . . . HF2l1'1U6l',SU
best friends are Ruth, Donna, and Lola.
FISHER, TERRENCE LEE
VVrestling 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33
Senior Choir 1, 2, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1,
2, 3, Art Club 1.
Terry is one of our tough wrestlers . . . wants to go to drafting
school . . . favorite pastime is being with the "boys" . . . seems
to like dances!!
FLAIC, RUTH ELLA
lluth hopes to be a typist .. . goes to church n lot . . . a true
lriencl . . . Carolyn, Isabell, and Betty are her best friends.
FLECK, ELIZABETH JEAN
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3.
Liz is a future "homemaker" . . . seems to be accident prone
. . . Donna, Peg, Sue, Indy, Cathy, Ruth, and Isabell are part
of her gang.
FLECK, JUDY LYNN Secretarial
Girls' Basketball 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y S5 Latin Club lg
F. B. L. A. 3.
Judy's special achievement was going to VVashington
wants to be a successful secretary life of the class with
her goofing off.
FLECK, MARGARET ANN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Home Ec. Club 35 Student Council 3.
Peggy seems to like 1???J senior math classes . . . Wants to join
the VVaves . . . likes to chew gum . . . claims her special
achievement was getting her driveris license.
FOX, MARJORIE ELLEN
Senior Tri-I-li-Y 35 Home Ec. Club 3.
"Marge, likes to listen to the radio and loves to eat Her
special achievement will be passing senior math . . . wants to
get a good job after graduation.
FRIDAY, LORINE DIANE
Senior Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, Latin Club lg Student Council 2g
F.B.L.A. 2, 3.
"Noodle" is going to be a success in some Held of business . . .
pals with Joyce, Shirley, Carol, Verna, Judy, Gladys, Linda,
Sandie, Maureen, and George . . . Dancing, reading, and sports
rate with this friendly gal . . . fun to be with . . . very intelli-
GAINES, ANALEE LAUREN Academic
Spokesman 1, Falcon 3, Band Ig Girls' Chorus 1, Spanish
Club 2, S, Student Council 1, 2, Future Nurses Club 2, 3.
An able Falcon editor . . . a sympathetic listener and a loyal
friend can be seen With Jerry, Judy, and Pat sincere
and mature . . . has xv. snappy figure . . . prepares to become a
Florence Nightingale by being President of F. N. A. . . . keeps
the mailman busy?!
GARLAND, RONALD LEE
Art Club I, 2, 3.
"Ron" plans to join the Air Force . . . likes to hunt . . . Taylor,
Harry, Leroy, and Bob rate as pals . . . likes to cut up in class
.. . friendly and easy to get along with.
GERACI, JOSEPH ANTHONY
"Little Joei' Vocational
Wrestling Ig Falcon 3, Student Council 2.
Leaming to drive is "Little J0e's" special achievement . . .
goofs off with Gerry, Joe, and Randy . . . a hard-Working Fal-
con editor . . . always smiling and fun to be with.
GERACI, JOSEPH MICHAEL
"Big Joei' Vocational
P. A. Technician 2, 3.
Plans to go to trade school . . . seems to get along exceptionally
well with girls can be found running around with Randv,
Joe, and Gerry . .. good dancer always around when you
need a friend.
Fleck, Judith Fleck, Margaret
Fox, Marjorie Friday, Lorine
Gaines, Analee Garland, Ronald
Geraci, Joseph A. Geraci, Joseph M
Gill, Orvis Gingery, Elwood
Grimm, David Grimm, Michael
Gunsallus, Robert Hagg, Joanne
Halbritter, Dean Hample, Oscar
GILL, ORVIS MARTIN
Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling lg Track 1, Baseball 3, Key
Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1.
One of the T. A. H. S. football stars .. . llis goal is Michigan
State pals with Dutch, Dick, Elwood, Meatball, Ron.
Da1'ryl, VVilbur, and J. M. . . . likes to hunt . . . hates to do
homework .. . usually can be found with janet.
GINGERY, ELVVOOD RHINE
Baseball 1, 3, Key Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Boys'
Chorus 2, 53, Latin Club 1.
Plans to go to school . . . amuses Dick, VVilbur, Ron, Meatball,
Darrel, Orv, Stoney, Fiber, and john with his poor driving . . .
likes to dance seems as though he can't stay out of rnis-
ehief . .. special achievement is becoming a senior.
GRIMM, DAVID CHARLES
To go to Stevens' Trade School is his ambition . . . pals with
lim, jerry, and jim Turnbaugh friendly to all . . . enjoys
dances at Juniata College . . . can be found at Citizens' Fire
GRIMM, MICHAEL JAMES
School Patrol 1, 2, 3.
Hopes to become an electronics technician . . . Sonny, Dave,
Iaek, and Ken comprise the gang . . . likes hunting, fishing and
cars . . . very good dancer.
GUNSALLUS, ROBERT EUGENE
Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 3.
Going to attend a technical school . .. runs around with Ron,
Ken, and Joe spends time riding in his Plymouth
"Pancho', has a swell personality . . . very lrienclly.
Latin Club 1, 2, F. N. A. 2, 8, Dramatics Club 3.
A futurc Florence Nightingale . . . working as a junior Volun-
teer is "jo,s" favorite pastime pals with Donna, Janet,
Susie, Virginia, and Cathy . . . always joking . . . friendly.
HALBRITTER, DEAN EDGAR
Basketball 2, Key Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 1g Youth Center
Council 1, 2, 3.
Plans to be an accountant . . . can be found with the gang . . .
enjoys fishing, swimming, dates, and tennis . . . a party lover
always smiling at the girls.
HAMPLE, OSCAR LEWIS Academic
Football 1, 2, Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Senior
Choir 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Art Club 1,
Latin Club 1, 2.
Has a Wonderful personality very friendly . . . plans to
become a drafting engineer . .. best pals are Charlie, Harry,
Ron, and Butch . .. enjoys art and reading .. . aims to be a
Hand, Michael Harhai, Michael
Harpster, Russell Harpstcr, William
IIAND, MICHAEL COURTNEY
Basketball lg Baseball 1, 3.
To graduate is Mike's ambition . . . pals with Howd, Scales,
Chet, Hnz, Bug, Terry, Ken, and Boh . . . enjoys fishing and
hunting . . . good dancer . . . terrific friend.
HARHAI, MICHAEL CHARLES
Mixed Chorus 3, Senior Choir 3.
Mike's ambition is to become a pharmacist . . . can be seen
with Dave Douglas . . . lavorite pastimes are sports and hunting
. . . very handsome . . . always has a kind word for everyone
. . , pleasing personality.
HARPER, ALLEN DALE
Band I, 2, 3.
Plans to become a machinist . . . pals with Bill, Larry, Moose,
and Iim . . . "Mouse" is known for his honest character . . .
friendly to all.
HARPSTER, I0 ANN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 8g Spokesman 3g Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Girls' Chorus 2, 35 F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Io's ambition is to become a private secretary . . . enjoys draw-
ing . . . can he seen with Barb and Sue . . . achievement was
becoming Youth Fellowship President . . . known for her pretty
hair . , . can be found eating pizza or french fries . . . a friend
I-Iarper, Allen Ilarpstcr, Jo Ann
Harris, Carrie Harris, Wilfred
HARPSTER, RUSSELL KENNETH
Kenls ambition is to hc a mechanic or tmck driver . . . spends
time slaying at the gas station . . . keeps the shop-fellows jump-
ing .. . very friendly . . . fun to be with.
HARPSTER, WVILLIAM RUSSEL
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Billls ambitionlis to be a famicr . . . likes to hunt . . . pals
with Bucky, Dick, Charlie, and Dennis . . . truc friend.
HARRIS, CARRIE GAIL Vocational
Gail's oil' to the WAC's after graduation . . . likes to dance . . .
pals with Carol, Marge, and Judy . . . very friendly . . . sweet
HARRIS, XVILFRED CHARLES
6'Wif', plans to raise and sell beef cattle . . . favorite pastime
is hunting . . . can be seen with Stoney, LeRoy, Ron, and john
friendly .. . doesn't like girls that swear or smoke
Hayes, Catherine Haynes, wvilllkllll Hazzard, Donna Heiehel, Barbara
Hickes, Sandra Honian, Patricia Hoover, Dennis Hoover, Susan
HAYES, CATI-IERINE CLAIRE HICKES, SANDRA ARLENE
"Kitten Clerical "Sandy" Academic
Hopes to become a secretary . . . "Kami, enjoys playing the
organ chums with Catherine, Ruth, Sharon, Betty, and
Betsy . . . always joking . . . fun to be with.
HAYNES, WILLIAM EDGAR
A future carpenter . . . clnnns with Bob, Ken, Sam, and Jerry
. . . enjoys hunting and swimming . .. friendly .. . willing to
help others . . . always smiling and a pleasant personality.
HAZZARD, DONNA LEE
HEICHEL, BARBARA ANN
Plans to be a beautieian . .
pals with Sandy, Judy, Lola,
always has a smile . . . shy.
enjoys sewing and reading . .
and Donna . . . friend to all . .
Spokesman 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Senior Choir 3g
Ensemble 2, 33 Cheerleading 1, 2, 35 Art Club l, 2,
F. T. A. 2, Spanish Club 2, SQ Latin Club lg Girls' Cho-
One of our poppy cheerleaders . . , wants to go to college and
major in English eau he found with Martha . . . enjoys
reading and sports .. . intelligent . . . neat appearance . ..
HOMAN, PATRICIA JOYCE
Spokesman 15 Art Club 1, 2, Sg Latin Club lg Dramaties
Plans to go into modeling and fashion designing can be
found with Pam, Janet, Mary jane, Pat, and Sue .. . enjoys
painting and reading . . . always fashionably dressed . . . care-
free attitude . . . admired by all.
F. F. A. 1, 2.
Mike only wants one thing.: from life . . . to be successful . . .
type of boy who may just go out and take the world by the
tail . . . sharpshooter during hunting season . . . buddies arc
Mike, Dick, Dave, Terry, and Charlie.
HOOVER, SUSAN ANN
Falcon 35 Girls, Chorus 13 Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club
1, 2g Student Council 29 Dramatics Club 3.
Sue's ambition is to travel . . . special achievement was repre-
senting Pennsylvania 4-H in Oklahoma . .. an able Falcon
editor . .. a friend to all . .. known for her writing ability
. . . wonderful personality.
HOUCK, MARY LOUISE Clerical
Mary hopes to become a secretary . .. chums with Susie, Sue,
Gladys, and Karen . . . can be found heading for State College
. . . friendly personality beautiful red hair.
HUBER, SUSAN LOUISE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, F. N. A.
Wants to become a nurse in the Air Force .. . can be found
vvith Virginia, Jo, Donna, Janet, and Cathy . . . likes to drive
fast . . . fun to he with.
HUNTER, RAYMOND N.
Aspires to be a truck driver or fireman . . . pals with Ham,
Clair, Sain, Jim, Fred, Bill, and Dave VVorking at the
Neptune Fire Company is Ray's hobby .. . friendly.
HUTCHINS ON, WILLIAM RICHARD
Spokesman 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 25 Sci-
ence Club 1, 2, 3.
"Hutch" hopes to become an Aeronautical Engineer . . . pals
are John, Carl, and Kooze . . . Rockets and Mr. Confer's ad-
vanced science classes compose his spare time . . . likes G. M.
cars .. . life of any party.
HYNDSHAW, ALBERT YEISLEY
Basketball Ig Key Club 2, 3, Falcon 3, Band I, 2, 3,
Mixed Chorus 35 Dance Band 2, 3g Spanish Club 2, S5
Latin Club 1.
"Dull" hopes to go into high-speed photography . . . can be
found with Suzie, Bill E., Bill YV., Bill L., and Bob . . . an
able president of the Senior Band . . . excellent trumpet player
. . . good-looking . , . fun to be With.
JOHNSON, ETHEL RUTH Academic
Girls' Chorus 1, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1.
A future Florence Nightingale . . . best churn is Carol . . . This
intelligent gal enjoys reading . . . very quiet and friendly . . .
loads of fun and always smiling.
JOHNSON, JOHN LEROY Academic
Art Club 1, 2, 3,
John pl-ans to get a new Corvette . . . pals are Bill, Don, Dick,
and Wii-f . . . spends spare time working on cars . . . can usu-
ally be found in his blue Ford . . . friendly to all.
JOHNSTON, LARRY SHEA
HPHUY Ball" Vocational
Aspircs to become a machinist . . . friends are Joe, Bill, Ken,
Don, Bob, Jim, Ron, and Steve . . . favorite pastime is hunting
and fishing . . . always joking . . . friendly.
Houck, Mary Huber, Susan
Hunter, Raymond Hutchinson, Williani
Hyndshaw, Albert Johnson, Ethel
Johnson, John Johnston, Larry
JOHNSTON, MARTHA ANN
Band I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 33
Library Club 3, F. T.A. 23 Latin Club Ig F. N. A. 3.
"Marty" hopes to become a nurse . . . Can be seen with Pat,
Jerry, and the gang enjoys reading, music, and Howei
arranging . .. honest, faithful, and very kind easy to get
JOHNSON, RONALD LEE
Football I, 2, Baseball 33 Key Club I, 2, 3, Art Club 2,
3, School Patrol 2, Dramatics Club 53.
"Ronnie', enjoys hunting and fishing . . . can be found with
Dick, Woodie, Meatball, Darrel, Orve, Stoney, Fiber, and
VVilbur . . . good-looking . . . gets along with everyone . . .
JUDY. ROBERT EUGENE
Spanish Club 2, 3.
Bob plans to become an electronic engineer best chums
are Dull, Bill, llarry, Run, John, and Suzie considered
rather serious . .. a friend to all.
JUSTICE, MARLENE ANN Academic
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 3g Spanish Club I, 3,
Dramatics Club 3,
Aspires to become an interior decorator .. . chums with Suzie
.. . enjoys reading . . . very neat dresser witty and peppy
. . . friend to all.
KEEFER, SUZANNE MARIE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Band I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3g
Ensemble 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, Sq Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin
Club lg Student Council I, 3.
"Suzie-H plans to teach business education cluuns with
Duff and Marlene . .. President of the Tri-Ili-Y . . . has a
cheerful smile for all . . . a great personality.
KEITH, JUDY ELIZABETH
Hopes to go to business school . . . can usually be found with
Grace, Virginia, Carol, Gail, and Marge . . . keeps the mail-
man busy . . . likes to drive . . . always smiling . . . friend to
KIMBERLING, CHARLES XV.
F. F. A. l, 2, 3.
Hopes to become a farmer . . . best pals are Dick, Terry, and
Mike a true friend to all . .. great personality . . . can be
seen walking thc halls with Sharon.
KNECIIT, BIARTIIA A. Academic
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Senior Choir 35 Ensemble 2, SQ
Girls' Chorus lg Cheerleading 2, 8, Art Club lg Spanish
Club 2, 3, Latin Club I.
Wants to travel . . . best churn is Sandy enjoys pushing
our boys on to victory . . . peppy, enthusiastic cheerleader . . .
creative . . . sincere and helpful.
Kocner, oan Lake Gcor fe
Langham, Theodore Lewis, Marion
KOENER, JOAN YVONNE
Aspircs to become a beautieian . . . best pals are Kathy, Donna,
Sandi, Karen, and Sandy . . . can be found riding in a 1953
black Ford . . . lun to be with . . . always ready to have a
LAKE, GEORGE C.
Football 2, 35 Track 3, Baseball 2, Mixed Chorus 33 Boys'
Chorus 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Archery Club 1.
"Muddy" plans to go to college . . . can be found with Frank,
Bob, Stoney, Meatball, and Dick . . . enjoys hunting . . . very
neat dresser . . . handsome . .. always happy.
LAKE, XVILLIAM SAMUEL
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g Senior Choir 2,
85 Boys' Chorus 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
Science Club 1, 2, 3.
Plans to become a doctor . . . can be found with Hutch and
Carl . . . enjoys working on cars and science projects . . . spe-
cial aehieveme-nt was being selected "Boy of the Month"
always cheerful .. . willing to help others.
LANGENBACHER, LOLA EDNA Secretarial
Falcon 35 Art Club 1, 2, F. T. A. 2, 3, F.B.L. A. 2, 3.
Aspires to go to Hawaii and get a job , . . best pals are Ruth,
Donna, and Estelle . . . special achievement was becoming sec-
retary of F.B.L.A. pleasant personality has many
friends . . . beautiful hair.
Lake, VVillia1n Langenbacher, Lola
Light, Charles Little, Sydney
Ted wants an easy job with a big pay check . . . can be found
with Steve, Sandy, and Cathy . . . always friendly . . . has a
smile for all.
LEYVIS jR,, MARION SAMUEL
Pals around with jerry, Dave, and Hon . . . Hunting is Sam's
favorite pastime Trade sehool is Sanfs ambition after
school if hc can keep his mind off a certain girl and on his
LIGHT, CHARLES DAVID
Track lg Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Charlie hopes to be big-league bound as a baseball player . . .
Goofiug oil with Terry, Chet, or Howd is Charlie-'s pastime,
when he's not hunting or fishing.
LITTLE, SYDNEY ANN
Loose, Cerald Loose, Iudith
Maisano, Anthony Maney, Sandra
LOOSE, GERALD WILMER
"jerry" . . . liked by everyone who knows him . . . spends his
spare time either hunting or just walking when not with Sain,
Tom, Blaze, or Chip.
LOOSE, IUDITH ANN
Iudy is proud of being able to say she's a graduate of T.A.H.S.
. . . glad she passed her driver's test .. . likes riding around
with Karen, Susan, Shirley, and Peggy.
LUCAS, JUDY SANDRA
Home Ec. Club 3.
Judy, when not sweating out her math homework, enjoys
listening to records .. . or just running around with Annie,
jackie, or Sharon.
LYKENS, CHARLES G.
Football Manager 1, 2, Basketball 1.
Chuck . , . who's specialty seems to be doing nothing all morn-
ing long and getting away with it . .. would like to continue
on to become a good machinist.
Lucas, Judith Lykens, Charles
Manspcakcr, Betty Mayhue, Sandra
MAISANO, TONY Academic
VVrestling 1, 2, 3, Basketball 35 School Patrol 3.
This fun-loving boy considers becoming a senior his special
achievement . . . maybe in his case he's right . . . Hunting and
running around with the gang take up Tony,s spare time.
MANEY, SANDRA LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
F. N. A, 2, 3.
Army-bound is Sandy, serving her country as a nurse
Sandy can be seen having a good time with Bonnie, Beth,
Sandy, Diane, and Cookie.
MANS PEAKEB, BETTY EILEEN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 8, Spokesman 1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2,
35 Girls' Chorus 1, Cheerleading 35 Library Club 1, 2,
F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 23 Stu-
dent Council 1.
Eileen . . . one of our lively cheerleaders can be seen
with either Roberta, Barbara, or Vicki . . . Eileen,s good per-
sonality will help her in becoming a teacher.
MAYHUE, SANDRA LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3.
Sandy . . . future secretary and then homemaker . . . can be
seen with Donna, Cathy, Karen, and Ioan . . . having fun at
thc games and dances . . . graduating is No. 1 for Sandy this
MCCAULLEY, GARY DENNIS Vocational
Gary hopes and plans on graduating this year . . . then to
further go on and become a mechanic . . . includes Fred, Terry,
Dick, and Ted as friends.
McCLELLAN, CHARLES LEE
WVrestling lg Latin Club 1.
Chuck, when not fixing his car or being at Homewood, can be
seen with Blup, Rip, and Huzzy . . . Chuck would like to go
on and further his knowledge of electronics if Dilbert
cloesift have him ton mixed up.
MUCLOSKEY, DAVID NEAL
Wrestling 2, 3.
Mack . . . when not working on his cn' or hunting or trying to
move dirt banks with his car .. . is with Pete, Scott. Charley,
Tack. and Sonny . .. After graduating Mack will become a
MCMONACLE, LELAND DAVID
To be a food carpenter is XVee's ambition Building and
hunting take up his time when not with Hershel, Andy, Her-
man, and Paul.
McNAUL, GRETCHEN KAY
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Band I, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Girls' Chorus Ig Art Club 1, 25 F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish
Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 24 Pep Band 2, 3.
This XVorthy Advisor of Rainbow's plans include teaching and
social work Gretch's friendly personality will help her
here . . . parties . . . football games . . . Wrestling matches take
up this lovely girl's sparc time .. . friends are Kathy, janet,
Marg, Elinor, Sharon, Mary Ann, and Susie.
MERTIFF, PHYLLIS D.
Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3.
Mert .. . the type that keeps everyone wide awake in class
. . . enjoys two things . . . dancing and boys . . . graduating
and being a housewife are future plans .. . friends are Yogi,
Gloria, Liz, Mary Sue, and Carolyn.
MICHAELS, STEPHEN JOSEPH
Basketball l, 3.
This friendly goof-off's special achievement will be to gradu-
ate and to keep from getting thrown out of any class
Ste-ve's friend list includes Dave, Sonny, jack, and Mike.
MILES, BEVERLY JEAN
Bev when not talking . . . likes to dance A beautician
is Bev's future aim . . . A list of friends includes Ruby, Darlene,
Mary, Donna, Sonny, Billy, and Ken.
Miller, Sharon Miller, Wilbilr
Moskel, Cathy Murray, Anna
Nearhoof, Dennis Nearhoof, Shirley
Neil, Sharon O'Conncll, Patricia
MILLER, SHARON LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 Band l, 2, 3g Latin Club I.
NVitty and a true friend is what Carol, Ioan, Pat, and Patsy
consider Blondie . . . bowling is Blondieis hobby . . . career
as beautician is her aim.
MILLER, VVILBUR DAVID
Key Club 2, 33 Spokesman 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Senior
Choir 34 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Photography Club lg Dra-
matics Club 3.
Proud of his part in Oklahoma .. . To be a music teacher is
Butchis goal . . . Golfing and swimming with Don, Ron, Dick,
Mike, John, Elwood, and Darrell take up sparc time.
MOS KEL, CATHY MARIE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Library Club 1, 2, 8, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Stubby considers herself lucky in getting to twelfth grade . . .
Cheerful and always smiling are her main traits .. . enjoys
reading and being with the gang .. . Sandy, Pat, Ioan, Annie,
Ruth, and Barb rate.
MURRAY, ANNA JANE
Girls, Chorus 1.
This fun-loving senior enjoys making trips to Three Springs or
Spruce Creek . . . considered a girl with neat personality and
a real nut by her triends .. . jackie, Yogi, and Sharon arc
NEARIIOOF, DENNIS LEE
Blup an easy-going guy . . . just enjoys having a good
time . . . proud of making it to graduation . . . pals are Chuck,
Rip and Hnzzy.
NEARHOOF, SHIRLEY ANN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3g Falcon 3g Mixed Chorus 2, S5 Girls,
Chorus lg F.B.L. A. 2, 3.
This pretty senior is proud of having been president of
F. B. L. A. and a member of the Falcon Stal-I . .. Shirl likes
dancing, swimming and being with Dave . . . hopes to bc a
good secretary and wife gang includes Carol, Linda,
Verna, Maureen, George, Lorine, and Joyce.
NEFF, SHARON LEE
Band 1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Ensemble 34 Girls'
Chorus Ig F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3g Latin Club
Ig Student Council 3, Majorettc in Sr. Band I, 2, S.
Conseientious and a good friend is what Vickie, Gretchen,
Mary Ann, Kay. and Elinor think of Sharon . . . College bound
is Sharon . . . Sharon gets fun out of playing miniature golf.
O'CONNELL, PATRICIA ARLENE
Band 1, 2, 39 F.N.A. 2, 3.
Trish . . . a county band member . . . gets fun out of just es-
corting the gang around in the jeep . . . To become one of the
nurses is Trislfs mark gang includes Jerrlyn, Annalee,
Marty, and Judy.
Ornibsy, Richard Osterliout, Barbara
Patterson, Isabell Patton, Darrel
ORMBSY, RICHARD FRANK
Football 1, Basketball 1, 8, Spokesman 35 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 35 Art Club 2, 3.
Hunting and bushwacking and sleeping out in the park with
Elwood, Ron, Meatball, Darrell, Orve, Stony, John, and Wil-
bur are Dick's extracurricular activities . .. Dick aspires to he
a Navy otiicer.
OSTERHOUT, BARBARA LEE
Dancing, smiling, and eating take up Peanut's spare time . . .
hopes to be a beautician . . . likes to drive around with Conny,
Marsha, Peggy, Beverly, Cookie, Sue, Nancy, Sandy, and Linda.
PANASITI, RICHARD SCOTT
Scott . . . well-known for some experiences . . . likcs to try to
fix old radios . . . Going on further in the field of electronics
is Scott's aim . . . friends include Jim, Bob, and Chuck.
PARKS, KAREN MARIE Clerical
F. B. L. A. 2.
Karen's time is taken up by dancing, talking, and writing let-
ters . .. Karen's redhair sets her out . .. runs around with
Judy, Joan, Susan and Carol.
Panasiti, Richard Parks, Karen
Patton, Jack Pearce, David
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 8.
Friendly, easy-going, Willing to help others is what Izzy is
noted for by her friends . .. Ruth, Donna, Linda, Darlene,
Gloria, and Judy . . . graduating is what Izzy wants most.
PATTON, DARREL J.
"Big D" General
Football l, 2, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, Varsity
Club 2, 3, Art Club 3.
Big D counts only a few of the important things in life . . . to
he happy, successful, and rich Big D is either riding
around in a red truck or with Dick, Elwood, Dan, Orvis, Ron,
John, Mike, and Duff . . . Big D is proud of being elected
paper-passer in English class.
PATTON, JACK LESLIE
Jack's plans arc to make good after graduation . . . Working on
his car takes up Jack's time . . . or riding around with David,
5-onny and Mike.
PEARCE, DAVID RAY
WVrestling 2, Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band l, 2, g
Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Boys'
Chorus 35 Varsity Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club
Dave . . . always worrying about other peopleis 'problems . . .
plans to become a minister . . . hunting' is Dave's lavoritc sport.
Peterson, Herman Piper, Donald
Ramsey, Grace Reeder, Kenneth
PETERSON, HERMAN EUGENE
Hep . .. the one who keeps things lively in the gang . . . en-
joys hunting and swimming Furthering his knowledge of
carpentry is Hep's goal after graduation .. . buddies are Dave
PIPER, DONALD LEE
Pip enjoys working with model trains and cars when not riding
around in his car . . . Pip hopes to find a job after graduation
. . . Pip's friends include Dave, Ray, John, and Tom.
POSTRE ICH, RICHARD ROBERT
Football lg XVrestling 1.
Dick is looking forward to that diploma then going to
work at the Mill and making lots of S . . . Dick gets a kick in
taking Sue on motorcycle rides . . . buddy is Bill.
RAFFETTO, MARY MARGARET
Spokesman 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Senior Chorus 2, 3,
Ensemble 2, 8, Girls' Chonrs 1, 3, F. T. A. 3, Latin Club
1, 2, F. N. A. 2.
Margie's cute laugh can be heard at most of the parties that
go on . . . ready with a smile and always ready to have fun
. . , Teaching little tykes after graduation are Margie's plans . . .
Margie cuts up with Janet, Kathy, Gretchen, and Mary Ann.
Postreich, Richard Raiietto, Mary
Reese, Howard Reese, Linda
RAMSEY, GRACE EVELYN Clerical
Grace hopes to enter the secretarial field after graduation .. .
Judy, Barbara, Joan, and Donna consider Grace friendly ..
always ready with a smile and always willing to help out.
REEDER, KENNETH EDWARD
Basketball 1, 23 Track 1.
Ken . . . a future executive enjoys Hshing and sports or gooling
off with Bob, Ron, Larry, and Steve .. . when not trying to
solve a girl problem.
REESE, HOVVARD WVILBUR
Football 19 Wrestling 1, Baseball 1, 39 Senior Choir' 2, 35
Art Club 1, 2, SQ Science Club 2.
HoWd's special achievement was to stay out of trouble, but
he clidn't quite make it swimming, hunting, and girls are
extra activities when not with the gang colleagues in
crime are Bug, Huz, Chet, Charlie, Terry, Ken, Dick, and Jim.
REESE, LINDA LEE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Friend, fun, helpful and intelligent is what Shirley, Carol,
Janet, Maureen, Judy, Mary, and Georgie think of Linsey . ..
Cap and gown, then a secretarial job is ahead for Linsey.
RHODES JR., HARRY WILLIAM Academic
Harry . , . a T. V. bug is thought to be even-tempered fexcept
when madj and quiet by Bob, Ron, and Oscar . . . Harry hopes
to be one of our future bridge builders after college.
RHODES JR., HOMER NEYVTON
Wrestling 2, 3, Track 3, Key Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Latin Club l.
Cne of the rare students who takes homework seriously . ..
considers getting out of bed on school mornings a task well-
done . . . Kib can be seen riding around with that certain girl.
RIGGLEMAN, DONA JEAN
"D. J." Vocational
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Home Ec. Club 3.
Uncle Sam's going to have his hands full if this girl stays as
active after graduation as she is now enjoys dancing and
reading uhen not with Peggy, Sue, and Pat.
RITCHEY, SHARON DARNELL Clerical
After the diploma's are given out Sharon hopes to go on to
secretarial school . . . likes to talk . .. a good dancer . .. has
fun with Annie, Rose, and Yogi.
RITTER, JOYCE ANN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Falcon S, Library Club I, 2, 3,
F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
Joyce,s most important hobby is Whitey . .. proud of being
elected to Falcon staif . . . a little moody, but fun-loving . . .
hopes to become a secretary or Work for Alexander Bell after
graduation . . . loves wrestling and football gang incudes:
Lorine, Carol, Shirley, and Maureen.
ROBENOLT, BARBARA JANE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3.
Barbie likes watching for that certain someone and going to
dances . . . This gal is joining thc VVACS Sue, Sandi, and
Jannie claim her friendship.
ROBERTS, WILLIAM LEE
Baseball I, 35 Key Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2,
Senior Choir 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Latin Club 1, 2.
Bill gets a big kick out of sleeping, sports, and listening to
music .. . The nurses will have a rough time because Bill's
going to study to become another Dr. Kildare . . . friend list
includes Terry, Carl, Dean, Mike, and Bill.
ROMANO, DONNA LEE Clerical
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3.
A future hoss's little helper after graduation, Donna hopes to
become a secretary .. . likcs to just ride around in a black
Ford with Sandy, Joan, Karen, and Sandi.
Ross, Paul Rumberger, John Wilson
Schaul, Barry Michael Schulman, Judith Ann
Scordo, John Eugene Scott, Charles Darwin
Sharer, Catherine Diane Shildt, Michael David
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Club 1, 2.
Hopes to get his wings after graduation and to go into the Air
Force .. . wants to stay in school and to keep out of trouble
. .. buddies: Charlie, Huzzie, Howd, Mike, Ken, Dick, Terry,
Tony, and John.
RUMBERGER, JOHN WILSON
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Key Club 2, 3, Spokesman
1, Senior Choir 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3.
Bug hopes to enter the field of fuse blowing Celectronicsj after
graduation . . . ready to have fun with Ken, Howd, Huz, Dick,
Chet, Charlie, Jim . . . big game hunter .. . likes swimming.
SCHAUL, BARRY MICHAEL
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 3,
Boys, Chorus 2, 3.
Aspires to be a college student .. . always cheerful . .. enjoys
bushwacking and hunting . . . very dependable . . . good friend
to Dick, Elwood, John, Dan, Darrell, and the rest ot the gang.
SCHULMAN, JUDITH ANN Academic
Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Senior Choir 3, Ensemble
2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Cheerleading 1, 2, 8, Library Club
1, 2, F. T. A. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1,
Student Council 2, 3.
Can usually be seen cheering for our boys . . . very poppy and
energetic .. . a sincere and determined future member of the
Peace Corps . . . desires to visit the uculturedl' Mexicans with
Barbs, Martha, Eileen, and Judy.
SCORDO, JOHN EUGENE
XVrestling 1, 2, 3, Track 3, Key Club 2, 3, Falcon 3,
Mixed Chorus 3, Boys' Chorus 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 2.
Tremendcuis personality . . . desires to wrestle in college and
to be a success in life . . . a good friend at all times-especially
to Terry, Bob, Stoney, Meatball, and the gang achieved
District Champion at 103 pounds enjoys wrestling for
T. A. H. and fishing.
SCOTT, CHARLES DARWIN
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
Likes to play basketball . . . desires to become a cameraman
. . . a lot oi fun to be with . . . can be seen with Bob, George,
or Duff . . . a real clown who is always smiling.
SHARER, CATHERINE DIANE
Spokesman 1, Art Club 1, 2, 3, F. T. A. 2, 3, Latin Club
1, Spanish Club 3.
A future teacher . . . claims everyone is her friend . . . is a
good dancer . . . easy to get along with . . . enjoys riding horses
and joking with a certain lifeguard.
SHILDT, MICHAEL DAVID Academic
Wrestling 1, 2, Spokesman 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Choir 1, 2, Boys, Chorus 8, Art Club 1, 2, 3, F. T. A. 2,
3, Spanish Club 2, 8, Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 1.
A neat dresser friendly .. . desires to become rich . ..
very nice looking . . . seldom a dull moment . . . claims Carl,
Terry, and Bill as friends . . . sure to be a success . . . always
on the move.
Shirk, Louise Marie Shollenberger, Carl Alvin Shollenberger, Karen Ruth Shore, Andy Ianies
Singer, Terry Lynn Skelton, Georganna
SHIRK, LOUISE MARIE
Art Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club lg F. N. A.
A future lady in wlliterir, . quiet and choosey . . . likes to dance
. . . enjoys the company of Ethel, Margie, Sue, and Mary
a loyal friend particular about her appearance.
SHOLLENBERGER, CARL ALVIN
Key Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, S, Senior Choir 8,
Boys' Chorus S, Spanish Club 2g Latin Club lg Science
Club l, 2,
Very interested in the field of science . . . generally happy . . .
speaks quite favorably of Fords . . . wants to be an engineer
. . . can be found with Bill Lake and Hutch . . . Science proj-
ects are a special achievement.
SHOLLENBERGER, KAREN RUTH
"Blondie" S ecretarial
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Spokesman 35 Library Club 15
F.B. L. A. 1, 2.
Hopes to become an IBM operator . . . known for her beautiful
blonde hair enjoys the company of Georganna, Mary
Frances, Kaye, Maureen, Ioyce, and Bonnie . .. likes to play
the piano can usually be seen in a '59 Ford.
SHORE, ANDY JAMES Vocational
A friend to all . . . wants to go into the field of electronics , . .
likes to tote a gun during hunting season pals with
Iiershel, VVee Wee, Cecil, Herman, and Bob is usually
joking and laughing.
Smith, Carol Lee Smith, Verna jane
SINGER, TERRY LYNN
VVrestling 2, 3, Basketball lg Baseball 1, 2, 3, Band 1.
2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Dance Band 2, 3, F.T. A. 2, 8,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, 3,
Youth Center Council 1, 2, 3.
A Kiwanis "Boy of the Month" . . . friendly to everyone . . . a
good dancer wants to enter a military academy . . . Carl
Barlett, Mike Shildt, Bill Roberts, and Bill Waite rate as
friends . . . a happy, out-going personality.
Girls, Basketball lg Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mixed Chorus 2,
3, Girls' Chorus 1, 3, F. B. L. A. 2, 8.
A future secretary . . . friendly with everyone . . . our F.B.L.A.
vice-president . . . hates to do homework . . . enjoys swimming
and dancing . . . chums With Gladys, Maureen, Bonnie, Kay,
Karen, Joyce, and Shirley . . . YVatch that temper!
SMITH, CAROL LEE
F. B. L. A, 2, 3.
A dude of a dresser . . . can be seen dancing with Mike at the
'iY" . . . dreams of marrying a millionaire . .. spends a lot of
time with Joan VVoodring, Karen Parks, and Sharon Miller . . .
SMITH, VERNA JANE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 35 Falcon 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls'
Chorus 1, 35 Library Club 1, 2, 3, F.B. L. A. 2, 3.
Often seen with Shirley, Lorine, Carol, and the rest of the
crowd . .. likes to swim and dance . . . desires to be a good
receptionist . . . greets everyone with a smile our Tri-Hi-Y
Snyder, Harold M. Snyder, Stewart Snyder, Williaiii Charles Starzesky, Suzanne Rae
Steinbeiser, Gloria Faye Stetter, Susan Kay Stonebraker, Daniel Paul Stoner, janet Louise
SNYDER, HAROLD M. Vocational STEINBEISER, GLORIA FAYE
, . . . . "Gloria" Vocational
Quite a hunter . . . clalms he has no speclal ambition . . . often
seen with Mike Miller or 1.arry . ,. enjoys playing football. Home Ec. Club 1, 2,
Wants to fly high in the YVonu-nis Air Force . . . claims she
really emoys baby sitting .. . always smiling . .. never a dull
moment with this girl companions are Fayetta, Cathy, and
SNYDER, STEWART .
"Bill" Vocational S'1'EiI'TER, SUSAN KAY
Football 1, Track 2, 8.
Our chief projectionist . . . interested in the field of electronics
. . . hopes to be a radar technician for the Navy . . .ltreads the
halls with Larry, George, and Mike . .. likes to tinker with
SNYDER, WILLIAM CHARLES
Claims his special achievement is keeping his Ford converti-
ble running .. . enjoys working on cars and will make it his
occupation . . . chums with Chuck, Jim, Dick, Charlie, Dave-
STARZE SKY, SUZANNE RAE
Spokesman 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 35
Choir 3, Ensemble 2, 8, Girls' Chorus 1, 34 F. T. A. 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin Club lg Science Club 1, 2, 35
Bible Club 1, 2, Varsity Ensemble 3.
One of the T. A. H. S. band members . .. special achievement
-learning to swim . . . cheerful . . . a future math teacher . . .
a loyal friend.
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3.
Enjoys the company of Mary, Sue, Gladys, and Barb . .. a fu'
ture beautician friendly .. . always fun to be with a
good dancer favorite pastime is being with the gang . ..
has a neat sense of humor.
STONEBRAKER, DANIEL PAUL
VVrestling 1, 2, 35 Baseball 35 Key Club 2, 3g Mixed Cho-
rus Sg Boys' Chorus 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Student
Hopes to be a Wrestling coach . .. likes to go "bushwaekin1.:"
.. . keeps late hours .. . usually found with Knsty, Orv, and
John . . . has trouble getting his homework clone,
STONER, JANET LOUISE
Qbokesman 2, 3, Art Club 1, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 33
l'. N. A. 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3.
Can't seem to beat the clock while trying to get home . . . lots
of fun . . . enjoys having parties . . . a future lady in white . . .
easy to talk to . . . friendly likes moody people.
SUMMERS, DAVID LEE
Football 1, 2, Basketball 15 Art Club lg Latin Club 1, 2.
a jeker . .. always has lots to talk about . . . dreams of driv-
ing his own Corvette . . . simply Wants to be a success in lite
. . . enjoys hunting and boating . .. friendly, especially with
Joe, John, Mike, and Tom.
Senior Tri-Hi-Y Sg Home Ee. Club 3.
A future Wave . . . neat personality . . . lots of fun . . , Peggy,
Donna, Connie, Barb, and Nancy rate .. . good dancer.
SWEITZER, KAY LOUISE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Choir 3, Girls'
Chorus 1, 33 Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, Girls,
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Soccer 3.
Enjoys dancing and playing basketball waits for letters
from Penn State .. . always full of laughs . . . has a pleasing
word for everyone . . . wants to be a physical education teach-
er . . . likes those long weekends.
TEPSIC, JOSEPH MARK
Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Quiet will make his fame as a chemical engineer . . . sel-
dom unhappy a.good hunter .. . spends his spare time
hunting, playing golt, or playing baseball .. . best chum is
THOMAS, BARBARA IRENE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y S, Spokesman 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 34
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 85 Library Club 1, 2, 35 F. B. L. A. 2,
33 F. N. A. 3g Bible Club 1, 2.
Goes the way with JoAnn, Linda, Mary . . . plans to go to
Bible college . . . a true Christian friend .. . likes to eat ice
cream finds it hard to be on time.
TURIANO, CHARLES JOSEPH
A lot of fun . .. claims his achievement is getting through
P.O.D. .. . hopes to graduate and go into the service . ..
easy to get along with . . . enjoys the company of Sonny, Mike,
Huzzy, Bob, and the rest of the gang pleasant.
TURIANO, JAMES ANTHONY
One of our good-looking seniors . .. will see the world with
the Marines , . . a devotee of rod and gun , . . can be seen
with Huzzy, Rummy, Chct, Ken, Mike, and Sonny . . , friendly
.. . has a great personality.
Can usually be found under a car . . . claims he will shed no
tears at graduation easy to get along with . . . a good
friend to Mike Grimm and Tony Maisano . . . very sincere . . .
a nice gay.
Summers, David Lee Supina, Susan
Sweitzer, Kay Louise Tcpsic, Joseph Mark
Thomas, Barbara Irene Turiano, Charles Joseph
Turiano, James Anthony Turiano, Santo
Waple, Io Ellen
TURNBAUGH, JAMES LEE
Football 1, WV1'estling 1, 2, 85 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,
School Patrol 2, 8.
One of our wrestlers . . . honest never a dull moment . . .
enjoys being with Sandy . . . looks forward to going to trade
school . . . reliable . . . pals are Huzzy, Stony, and Clmck.
UPDIKE, JANET MARIE
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Art Club lg Library 15 Latin Club 1,
2, F. N. A. 2, 3.
Pretty dark hair . .. another future lady in white favorite
pastime is playing the piano . . . always happy . . . proud ol
the fact that she passed chemistry.
VARNER, TERRY RICHARD
"The Kid" Academic
VVrestling 1g Key Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus I,
2, 3, Choir 8, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Bible
Quite a joker . . . just wants to be a success . . . always smiling
. . . enjoys the company of Bucky, Bud, Bob, Tom, and Charlie
. . . a special achievement is being able to drag himself home
after eight periods of school.
WAITE. XVILLIAM F. Academic
Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Choir 35 Dance Band 2,
3, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 2, 8, Science Club
Outspoken wants to become everything hc's able ll . ..
sincere .. . a favorite pastime is takin, it easy . .. argumenta-
WVALK, WVILBUR F.
Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 1, 2, 35
Photography Club l.
Good natured . . . will study more in technical school . . . pet
peeve is little kids with big mouths . . . became S100 richer
during Cash Bonus Days in Tyrone . .. well-liked by all who
XVALLS, VIRGINIA ROSALIE
Loves to swing her partner to the tune of a square-dance band
. . . Wants to get a good job and settle down . . . can be found
with Bev, ludy, Millie, and Ed . . . listens to the radio in
some of her spare time.
YVAPLE, JO ELLEN
Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3, Art Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Sci-
ence Club lg Dramatics Club 53.
One of our beauties .. . has hopes of a college education . ..
known tor her XVlttlllt'SS . .. has a cute smile .. . friends are
Gail and Leah.
WATSON, MARY SUE
WVatson, Robert VVeaver, Cecil VVelch, Nancy NVertz, Chester
lVestbrook, Ronald WVestley, Donald llfestley, Maureen Westlcy, William
VVATSON, ROBERT XVESTLEY WESTBROOK, RONALD LEE
"Bimbo" Vocational "Moose" Vocational
Football 1, Photography Club 1. Basketball 1, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 39 Band 1, 2, 3, Varsity
Friendly will work hard to be a successful machinist . . . Club 11 90 3'
tinkers with autos, especially his own considers graduation One of our first-string baseball players .. . marches with our
his special achievement . . . XVhen not working at the service band and the Gardner Guards . . . pleasant personality . . .
station, he can be seen with Sonny, Dave, Mike, Huzzy, -lack, best chums are Ken, Bob, joe, Charley, George, and Bud.
VVEAVER, CECIL GARY VVESTLEY, DONALD OREN
"Cec', Vocational "Huzzy,' Vocational
A. lover of field and stream Z.. another future machinist . . . llfrestling 1, 2.
'UCC 5170315 N5 Sllme Ulm' with Amlyv Bob, Bill, and A smart dresser . . . known for his diving ability one ot
Hilmld - - - UUJOYS Wflfkmg 011 CMS' our good-looking senior boys . . . can be seen with Rip, Chuck,
jim. Tary, and the rest of the gang enjoys the great
WELCH, NANCY JANE WESTLEY, MAUREEN ADAIR
'tNance" Secretarial "Mar" Secretarial
Library 1, 2, 3, F.B. L.A. 2. Senior Tri-Hi-Y 33 F.B.L. A. 2, 3.
A loyal supporter of T. A. H. S. . . . always smiling . . . a loyal Vice-president of Senior Tri-Hi-Y . . . a dude of a dresser . . .
friend to Betty, Cookie, and joan . . . would like to turn her is destined .to be a good secretary . . . a charming personality
favorite pastime, drawing, into a career fun to be with. sports tan can usually be found with Dick gang
includes Bonnie, Georgie, Shirley, Joyce, and Carol.
NVERTZ, CHESTER LEE WESTLEY, VVILLIAM EARLE
"Cl1et,' Vocational K'Bill" Academic
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 3, Varsity Club 2, 235 Student Band 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, Latin
Council 1, 2. Club 1.
A friend to all bound for a career in electronics . .. takes Extremely witty .. . a future government worker . . . sure is
pleasure in playing basketball and loafing with the gang proud of his band sweater . . . rarely complains . .. claims
special achievement . . . getting through basketball season. Kib Rhodes and John Iohnson as friends.
XVHITE, GARY LEE
Spins the Wheels on his Pontiac . .. friendly tries to clean
out the Woods during hunting season plans to see the
World at the Army's expense.
VVOLF, GERALD LEE
A future electronics technician .. pals with Big Joe, Chet,
Ron, and Little joe . . . even-tempered . , . eheertul . . . enjoys
experimenting with radios.
XVOLFORD, CHARLES WALTER
Football 1, 2, 34 Wrestling 2, 3g Baseball 1, 33 Key
Club 34 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 3.
One of our athletes . . . Wants to lie successful and happy .. .
a triend to all knows the way to Park Avenue . . . his
achievement . . . graduation.
VVOODRING, JOAN CAROL
Library Club 1, Q..
Friends are Carol, Karen, Nancy, and Sharon the "YD
dances rate will be a receptionist . .. sure does like to
dance . . . has a cute smile.
XVolford, Charles VVoodring, loan
Ziinnlerrnan, Peggy Zinnners, Ruth
YVOODRING, STEPHEN DALLAS
Football 23 Vllrestling lg Baseball 1,
Carefree friends say lie's a confirmed girl-chaser .. . d1'iv--
ing around occupies much of his spare time . . . another future
electrician . . . always joking . .. friendly.
VVOOMER, HENRY FOSTER
Quiet, but friendly . .. can't decide between the Air Force
or a trade school -. .. a eoin collector . .. Gary, Carl, Allen,
and john rate as friends.
ZIMMERMAN, PEGGY JEAN
Spokesman l, 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Chorus l, 2,
3g Library Club 1, 2, 3g Latin Club lg Bible Club 1, 2.
Fine Christian character .. . a great talker . . . will go to a
Bible school can he found with Terry a friend to
many , . . Witty.
ZIMMERS, RUTH PAULINE
F. B. L. A. 2, 3.
VVell-poised loves to joke, as Donna, Lola and Estelle
know .. . Wann to work and then get married . . . being with
Fred is a lavorite pastime always smiling.
As history was being made, seniors from
Tyrone Area High School W61'6 in the midst of
it. On this page, some of the sights of the Wash-
ington trip have been recalled. Here We see
scenes from the late President Kennedy's funeral,
the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and our na-
tion's Capitol. This, and many others, will live in
the memory of each senior who took the trip.
Our pcppy j.V. substitute,
"Yea for our Faculty
It is 1 uitc obvious that olm and Duvc are
workmg very lmrd.
As Mr. SlO11ClJI'2lliL'I' leisurely rvucls
The Tribune-Democrat, therc is no cloulut
in llis mind that the students of T.A.H.S.
arc not laboring lmrd in their classes.
The Falcon Staff is working diligently
on thc 1964 Falcon.
Mary Ann Ferucr
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Santa Claus and his liurd-working
"Now, Santa Claus, do I or do T not
gct ai mink cout for Christinasr'
I'll tell you why WC,1'0 smiling. Sllllfil is going
to give us holli ai sc-cond cliuncc for nvxt your.
Way Back When -
H. Rec-so C. Turizmo B. Thomas S. Mnylmo
R. Zimmcrs L. Iolmson bl, Sn-ordo S. XVooclring
M. YVOstlCy D. DUH' Davis L. XICKIOIIIIQIC
Left to Right-Row 1: J. Crampton, Mr. Tate, T.
Singer. Row 2: AI. Ross, B. Celmo. Row 3: S.
Cnudy, B, Snyder. Row 4: R. Newman, M. Sclmcll-
Left to Right-ROW 1: S. Bresslvr, B. Bollinger, M. Couch, B. Dannaway, J. Crawford, B. Cclmo, S. Cowfcr
D. Bosuaino. Row 2: 1. Brenna-man, B. Bollinger, D. Calderwood, G. Brower, C. Cupp, P. Cunningham, S
Adams, S. Coady, A. Crawford, S. Davis, M. Cox. Row 3: D. Blowers, B. Black, J. Adams, S. Black, S. Beals
N. Coumos, R. Briggs, S. Bridgcs, S. Bcnnctt, B. Briggs. Row 4: T. Bcrkstrcsscr, R. Bathurst, M. Albriglrt, I
Crampton, B. Carson, E. Carpcr, S. Crawford, D. Adams, H. Ammcrman, G. Barr, B. Cassady, M. Creppage
Left to Right-Row 1: Denny, K. Greenland, M. Faust, B. Dickson, J. Dawson, C. Dean, B. Givler, M
Graco, A. Gebliart, D. Ellenlncrger, D. Ellcnbcrgcr. Row 2: J. Fox, L. Greenawalt, j. Griflfitli, P. Cowhcr, E
Emigli, B. Fink, G. Grye, D. Foster, R. Gates, I. Delozier, R. Eggc, T. Emery, VV. Diclil. Row 3: D. Gardner
D. Glnnt, R. Dean, J. Francliio, J. Estriglit, G. Gardner, G. Eckrotli, B. Gcarhart, D. Grager, bl. Fink, R. Dc-cker
K. Friday, D. Dvcker, -I. Esclrlbacli.
Left to Right-Row 1: S. Koppler, B. Hannon, K. Hildebrand, E. Kimlucrling, L. Hurd, L. Hand, J. Cureko
vicli, R. llarpstcr, P. Goodman, B. Gunsullus, S. Kiniberling, M. johnson, C. Lumborn. Row 2: B. Kirkpatrick
C. Irwin, D. Igou, S. Harris, W. Kennedy, D. Kimmel, C. Keyes, T. Hyclc, R. ladznola, G. Hazzard, H. Hayncs
Row 3: J. Hart, D. H21ISl1lDLYI'g61', J. Haverstein, H. Houscr, I. H2ll'l'i61', AI. Lakc, R. Kvcfer, 1. Hoover, WV. Hynd
sliuw, R. Klesins, R. Kcatley, C. Moore, bl. Irvin, E. Iolmson.
Left to Right-Row 1: -I. Neil, M. Langlunn, R. Naylor, S. Lunnen, E. NL-arlioof, H. Murtz, C. Long, P. McClcl-
lun, Noel, 1. Millor, AI. Miller, J. Lewis, B. McClelland, K. Moglc. Row 2: A. Mengcl, M. Nloskcl, D. Moore
F. Long, ,l. Nklll, R. Leach, -I. Lzunlmerson, R. Liner, I.Ner11-lioocl, P. LL'LlSllf6', C. Owens, I. Miller. Row 3: lj
Leliner, R. McNeal, VV. Miller, L. Lnngenlyuclwr, C. lX'lllClClCI1, S. Millcr, R. Newman, M. M4-Nm-lis, J. McDonald
C. McKinney, L, N92lI'll4lCJf, S. Morrissey, C. Moore.
Left to Right-BOW 1: A. Richards, C. Pressler, M. Ramsey, B. Snyder, V. Spaulding, L. Reese, Pine, C
Shively, I. Sellers, KI. Reader. Row 2: D. Smith, J. Ross, V. Richardson, D. Patton, M. Beecl, P. Shuey, F
Priclcly, E. Shildt, N. Bieharcls, L. Pfiefer. Row 3: L. Pease, B. Shultz, R. Shultz, T. Singer, -I. Morrissey, VV
Miller, M. Sehnellhaugh, I. Phillinger, P. Maisano, D. Pltterson, R. Ritchey. Row 4: J. Parker, E. Shultz, M
Soellner, R. Price, I. Plisinslci, R. Sheckler, D. Sehirm, W. Stephens, R. Sprankle, I. Smith, VV. Panisiti, D. Spran
kle, I. Nearhoof, R. Shawley.
Left to Right-Row 1: I. Weyer, M. Stiver, j. Stitt, R. Steele, K. Stewart, L. Troutwine, S. XValker, J. Thomas
M. VVooclring, S. White, B. Williams, F. VanAllman, J. Turiano, M. VVeaver. Row 2: P. Vtloorner B. Stahl I
NVakeHelLl, M. Upclyke, I. Strayer, D. Walk, T. Turnhangh, H. VVhelancl, E. Taylor, K. Zilnnierg, I. Stewart,
Zeigler. How 3: G. Watters, J. Thomas, R. VVaite, XV. Tennis, B. Tespie, W. Stever, R. VV0oclring, L. XValker,
T. NVOmlring, C. VV00mer, K. VVeyer, L. VVeleh.
Left to Right: F. Maisano, I. Haffetto, I. Forccy, S. My-
ers, T. Templeton.
Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. Stonebruker, Mrs. Nearhoof, Mr. Stroup. Row 2
Mr. Norris, Mr. YVl1ite.
Left to Right-Row 1: B. Calderwood, 1. Blowers, C. Cassady, S. Brower, S. Albright, C. Boytim, C. Bcck, C.
Ayres, -I. Cooper, E. Bickle, D. Catich, D. Calderwood, C. Albright. N. Chamberlain, M. Chencharick. Row 2:
,l. Anders, L. Carper, M. Bridges, A. Brower, B. Carson, R. Angelo, C. Catich, D. Caldwell, M. Bennett, I. Barn-
cr, L. Christine, N. Adams, S. Brcssler, C. Baney, M. Boughainer, A. Bohn, I. Burket. Bow 3: S. Bressler, B.
Anlts, E. Bressler, L. Bradford, I. Brinkman, O. Burns, NV. Ahranio, C. Batchcler, D. Barrett, K. Bartlehangh,
C. Chcrry, T. Anderson, D. Bridges, B. Cannistraci, G. Bonsell.
Left to Bight-Row 1: M. DcCirolon1o, P. Dixon, C. Futrick, B. Eshcr, S. Erdly, L. Davidson, L. Dawson, P. Dick-
son, D. Ellcnhcrger, C. Denny, E. Focht. Row 2: K. Gallagher, D. Dean, F.. Cupp, C. Bhodes, L. Garber, D
Cupp, B. Fox, S. Dillon, R. Fleck, B. Cault, A. Gandolfo, B. Goss, D. Fink. Row 3: E. Harpster, K. Dawson
P. Cowhcr, C. Denny, I. Forcey, B. Fisher, B. Cragcr, B. Diehl, R. Cox, C. DiDo1nenico, N. Dclozier, D. Friday
H. Fink, F. Forney, I. Estright, D. Decker, R. Dannaway, G. Ferguson.
Left to Right-Row 1: H. Iluncl, K. Irvin, B. johnson, M. Alolinson, S. Kinnnvl, M. Johnston, L. Kinnncl, K. Givin
D. Getz, L. Goss, M. Hip-kc-1, G. IIIISIHZIH, S. Irvin, S. Hoflrnun. Row 2: S. Ilillurcl, I. Huber, T. KIl11l7Cl'IIllg, ,I
Iernci, D. Casper, S. Kinnnol, M. Irvin, C. Hall, -I. Iloovcr, G. Hurt, S. Ignn, R. Have-rstein, I. Hoover, S. Ilurris
M. Iolin, D. Greene. Row 3: XV. Grebe, I. Harris, R. Igou, T. Hogan, ll. Hitchens, I. Gill. T. Hcclln-1'g, B. Kop-
lmrt, D. I'ICSS, R. Hall, G. Hickcs, P. Harris, H. Ilollcn, W. Hart.
Luft to Right-Row I: A. Mnttcrn, O. Miller, M. Milc-si-I. NICBIOU2lf.Ill', M. McCoy, A. Morrison, M. Mac-Gnu, T.
NI2lI'l'iCtl0, S. Laughlin, B. Moglc, NI. Lynn, S. Moore, D. Miller, S. BIQIISRIIIO. Row 2: V. Loncliur, P. Munspcukcr,
R. McGulnn1, B. Munninn, H. Lynn, R. Moist, J. LaR0sa, R. Light, R. Martin, D. Moore, Libolcl, G. Kriclvr,
li. Lawler. Row 3: N. IXlcFzn'land, K. Lykcns,-I.Marsl1all, D. Mullet, B. ML-Nelis, Al. Mnncy, AI. McNclis, G.
Miller, D. Lucas, D. Miller, D, Lunglunn, D. L2l1lgGI1lJ11CllC1', F. Muisano.
Left to Right-Row l: M. Pfiefelg ll. Reed, I. Nearhoof, D. Mosemann, L. NGllgl'l7LlltG1', Seiner, M. Smith, N.
Smith. Row 2: Bl. Priddy, hl. Ralletto, D. Shank, P. Rhoades, il. Paul, I. Paul, M. Patton, K. Smith, B. Tower,
S. Ormsby, S. Myers, S. Phillips. Row 3: B. Page, J. Schock, T. Watters, B. Shaw, T. O'Connor, L. Shildt, T.
Querry, A. Reader, J. Riggleman, R. olwick, C. Perry, C. XVL-aver, F. Owens, B, Stanley. Row 4: C. Rora-
haugh, T. Sherry, BI. Morrissey, M. Romano, B. Smith, I. Nearhoot, D. Pressler, R. Smith, L. Mountz, T. Sensor,
L. Sliirk, M. Romano, S. Rhodes, C. Sessamen, F. Noel.
Left to Right-Row 1: M. Updike, S. Trostle, NI. Stiver, J. WVolford, C. Snyder, C. Snellbauglx, S. Snyder, L
Snyder, J. VValk, P. Walk, D. Wilt, C. Weber, B. WVaitc, S. Sprankle, D. WVrye. Row 2: A. Steinbeiser, A. Sprankle
T. Tnrnluaugh, R. Wfeston, J. Troutwine, R. Williams, R. Stouffer, P. Miles, C. Stewart, R. Mayhue, J. Watson
B. Walk, S. Zeigler, D. YValters. Row 3: P. Orenias, M. Stack, R. Steele, T. Varner, C. XVrye, R. XVhvc-land, C
xVOOCl1'il1g, D. Umholtz, T. Ilitlfllljilllgll, T. Templeton, R, Stryker, R. VVooclring, C. Seellner, C. Steele, B. Steele
j. Stoniler, C. Wfaitc.
I guess the higgest aclvantago Caesar had over
us was that he had all his lilo to learn Latin and
we have only two years.
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XVe shall now practice tho proper procedure for I 1
1-egtiug ygur head on vom- figt. One never knows which of these art stuclents
will he the Picasso of the future.
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Left to Right-Row 1: S. Cupp, E. Biddle, A. Carson, L. Burns, M. Carson, D. Burns, S. Bonscll, D. Bickcl, D. Dcl-
Baggio, P. Batchelor, B. Bathurst, S. Burns, C. Byrun. Row 2: D. Bickel, A. Arnincrinan, L. Cournos, T. Black, J. Conrad, D.
Custugnola, B. Babe, D. Chronistcr, T. Christofic, B. Black, VI. Anderson, C, Conrad, j. Anclcrs, I. Brown, K. Carson. Row
3: L. Bonscll, D. Bnnsi-ll, C. Dean, H. Beckwith, T. Bonsell, S. Brisbun, V. Dcun, P. Boal, G. Dciln, F. Conrzul, J. Bun-
nett, L. Albright, M. Anclroski, D. Brown, A. Albright, L. Dean.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Ccnisinore, N. Eyer, I. Fisher, M. Hagg, S. Duff, M. Hall, FlCckr,f"S..lH2in1cr, L. Hampton,
1 D. Greenland, K. Drcsslcr, S. Elnigh, K. Elclcr. Row 2: S. Grecnuwalt, L. Harmon, Gillnlan,.S.iFrcsh, V. Fleuk, Pr.
- Fink, I. Grebe, Al. Gurekovich, P. Ewing, M. Fleck, B. Fink, P. Flvck. 1. Dickson. ROW' 35511.-.DickSr3ri, S. Focht, -I. Cvrzrci,
S. Hall, P. Frye, T. Ezlken, D. Fisher, M. Ellcnbergcr, D. Erclly, F. Dickson, B. ,Gra1Zi6r, 'Curc:kovicl1, C. Dresscl, D.
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Left to Right-Row 1: S. Cunsullus, D. Peusc, P. Rznnsvv, N, Ruinhcrgclr, D. Snyclc-r, K. Pricv, E. Ronnsey, C.
lloflgcrs, R. RlQ,'glClllilI1, B. Romano, C. Slllxlllklllgll, S. Schulman, S. Scl11'ucdc1', B. Pctcrs. Row 2: C. llichurcls,
M. Robinson S. Sellers D. XVQQIYCI' R. Scott G.Sl1ilclt A. Steclc, G. Shultz, B. Rhodes, B. Priclcly, I. Snyclvr,
D. Smith, I.7l72ltt0Il. Row 3: M. Sfoclc, P. Stvvlc, C. i3utton, D. Shultz, C. Stephens, E. Rccsc, tl. Sultzlgc, L.. l
Hicharnls, D. Rhodes, B. Stvwurt, R. Shu-llenhvrgcr. B. Simms, M. Shopp, T. Singer. J. Snoull-cr, B. Slmwlvy, l
B. Smith, R. Spicer.
Left to Right-Row 1: I. Kvnnecly, D. Ilockcnherry, E. Kinch, ll. Irvin, Z. johnson, A. KiI'li1l2ltl'iL'k, D.-johnson
A. Hunter, I. Lauder, W. Lzingenlmchcr, A. johnson, P. johnson. Row 2: S. Igou, D. Irvin, JCH1-ries, N
Hoover, S. Iscnberg, M. Kimmel, A. Luckner, S. Iam ', P. Little, D. Lynn, P. Kelly, milman. Row 3
E. Femail, T. Hoyne, T. Iclclings, R. Hilclvhranrl, C. Hoc V ohnso hun l1NB.XHousc , C 'vy, D. llolmcs
K. lla1'pstc1', T. Hosllcr, S. Iclclings, D. Housor, I 1 S cln ', NV. ncr. X
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Leff to Fight-Row l: P, Stomfr. ul. XVllllk1H1S, A. Walters, S. Wfuitc, J. XVlxitv, P. XVL'lCll, Nl. XVUOINQI, F. WVilliums
D. Stouffer. Row 2: F. NVoodring, B. XVisuieski, C. YV.1itc, K. Warner, D. Welch, G. VVo0mur, R. Sloucln'uke1'
R. Updike, I. Walk, I. Rodriguczz, B. Stitt. Row 3: R. Supinu, Vurner, B. VVulk, G. Wartz, R. Thomas, R
XViuslow, A. Hollcu, J. Turiano, M. Turnbnugll, G. YVcave1', I. Stewart, ll. XfVll1'1'6I1ClCl', K. XVcstlcy, C. Walk
We,1'e finally lcauniug thc uiusidc story."
Dorft ull of you run to erase the board. I culled
for iust one volunteer.
fjl'g2lI'liZilfi0Y1 - the key to success.
Left to Right-Row 1: A. Brower, 1. Creppuge, M. Ghronister, E. Biclclle, D. Butler, B. Davig, D. Albright, D
Brown, E. Ayers. Bow 2: I. Beckwith, D. Bonsell, T. Cherry, B. Curper, G. Bressler, j. Cowier, R. Burner, B
Beringer, L. Briggs, S. Alhright, P. Bzrver, J. Andrews, R. Be-rkstresser, P. Davidson, Row 3: S. Bryan, B. Annner-
inan, V. Grofeheek, M. 1. Czilrle1'W0ocl, G. Brower, L. Behrer, L. Brishin, L. Aclznns, N. Burley, E. Branstetter
C. Dziviclson, D. Calclerwood, L. Benton, R. Duugliarty, L. Bickle.
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Left to Right-Row 1: B. DelBz1ggio, M. Grinnn, G. Fisher, 1. Hunnnoncl, G. Ilurpster, M. Hoffmann, P. Grehe,
K. lillenherger, L. Fox, B. Dean, J. Hilenmn, K. Ferguson, L. Diehl, D. Dillon, W. Ewing. Row 2: H. Harris,
I. Deziring, F. Goss, B. Glnnt, C. Gezirhzirt, S. Ferner, H. Hzinnnoncl, R. IlilI1l1Tl011Ll, R. Hiekes, ,l. Funk, A. Frunqui.
A. Fleck, -I. Fox. Bow 3: Gregor, P. Gray, D. Dunkel, A. Elder, L. Ilollcen. E. Dean, T. Hzrncl, B. Diehl.
K. Decker, D. llurbzith, K. Gunszillns, S. Hicks, G. Dixon, E. DeArn1ent, XV. Fox.
Left to Right-ROW 1: B. Mzlttern, R. Howurcl, B. Mzirkel, S. Lf-liner, D. Kirkpatrick, lXIcCalin, R. Hopkins
F. Light, G. McGill, M. Markel, M. Barnes, N. Lecpcr. Row 2: B. Munlc, H. Matlcy, P. Lnnglnnn, D. Keller,
C. Kaup, B. Meyer, C. lXlCClllli1H, K. Martin, M. Irvin, D. Kirkpatrick, G. johnson, 1. Kirk, R. Koon. Row 3: R
Kennedy, D. Irvin, B. Lucas, P. Lykens, D. jolinston, ,I. Haync, D. B'lCFlll'lilllCl, C. Kessinger, K. Givin, J. llolnies,
D. McGovern, A. Lloycl, B. McCloskey, F. Lewis, L. Kypcr, D. Korman.
Left to Right-Row 1: L. Ostcrliout, B. Miller, S. Myers, K. Noel, B. Miller, K. Miller, T. Miller, Moore, D
Naylor, M. Miles, M. McNeill, L. Ncngzilniner. Row 2: B. Norris, C. Neairlioof, ll. Noel, K. Owens, E. Moscnizinn
B. Ncarhoof, M. Osterliont, B. Laird, C. 0'Connor, B. Miller, P. Moskcl, D. Patterson, R. Painaisiti, E. Moore
ROW3: C. Miller, R. McNeal, M. Miller, B. Miller, MQ-Mullen, D. Morrison, G. Moglv. T. Miller, R. Milos. H
Miller, D. Moglc, C. Noel, V. Patterson, R. Nczirlioof, B. Norris.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Siunmers, ll. Smith, P. Pfiofer, S. Snyder, B. Reed, I. Spimlkle, S. Speeee, B. Rhodes
nl. Smith, S. Snyder, B. Shaw, I. Riggleman. Row 2: R. Pastreieh, D. Rigglelnam, D. Spicer, M. Rhine, S. Stephens
B. Snyder, L. Smith, P. Snyder, B. Smith, B. Stever, L. Smith, 1. Strayer, S. Peters, S. Reader. Row 3: C. Roth
L. Peterson, -I. Sharcr, S. Sheekler, A. Port, C. Price, J. Stonebruker, Piomznio, B. Shultz, j. Reese, L. Stronp, M
Pease, P. Snyder, G. Rhodes, I. Reader, N. Scott.
Left to Right-Row 1: YV. VVeber, S. VVilli:nns, L. VanAllman, D. VVz1lters, C. Trimble, R, XXICZIVCT, D. Walls
A. Wertz, K. Werner, A. Turiano, R. NVertz, C. VVeuklund, T. Weyer. Row 2: XV. Bristline, K. Snpinu,
Tulianey, B. Turnhungh, S. Thomas, XVOOIHCI, -I. Sweitzer, C. YVuts0n, A. Wrye, D. Weaver, B. NVilliznns,
-I. VVyland, D. WVestlcy, R. VVeyer, I. F4-mea. Row 3: B. Wfeidley, M. VVilson, L. XVulls, B. Zerhe, j. VVulk, N.
VVilson, K. VVaznuk, I. Zzing, C. lVutters, S. Tnrnbaugh, K. Waite, C. Weyer, R. Wilson, V. Tennis, A. NVood-
ring, C. Vaughn.
R0lNClDlX'1' thc simple rule, K' cl' hcforc 'e' cxc-ept after 'Civ
Could soma-one toll ine how to pronounce this word -
11-n-t-i-cl-i-s-c-s-t-a-h-l-i-s-li-in-e-n-t-11-1'-i-an-n-i-s-ln? Those funny little black things are not men-they ure cnllccl notes!!
Left to Right-Row 1: XV. Botteichcr, D. Bresslcr, D. Albright, C. Anchioski, D. Bryan, M. Brower, L. Bressler,
V. Anderson, D. Boytini, D. Beck, C. Bistline. Row 2: D. Burns, R. Bock, AI. Bryan, D. Bonsell, Al. Ayres, K.
Cherry, N. Beard, B. Beckwith, D. Carper, M. Anlts, C. Bonscll. Row 3: D. Barr, V. Barlett, D. Aclains, G.
Blasku, ll. Biddle, P. Candy, W. Bryan, D. Borman, 1. Beckwith, J. Beckwith, B. Candy, l. Calclerwoocl,
XV. Bickle, Allen, T. Be fer, 1. Calclerwoocl.
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Left to Right-Row 1: H. Ewing, S. Cowhcr, C. Decker, T. Crowell, R. Forcey, L. Focht, L. Conrad, B. Ellcn-
hergcr, C. Eyer. Bow 2: H. Elclcr, I. DelBaggi0, D. Emigh, A. Frederick, C. Fink, C. Fink, 1. Diehl, C. Fink,
P. Fox, P. Emery, D. Dixon, K. Conaghan, S, Osterhont. Row 3: K. Cornelius, S. Clark, E. Dysart, D. Friclay,
M. Corrigan, XV. Fisher, J. Dav, N. Faust, K, Crain, B. Fink, B. Detwilcr, D. Christine, C. Friday, K. Estright,
Left to Right-Row 1: L. Hopkins, P. Hillarcl, D. Cragor, S. Crager, E. Houck, P. Kusper, C. Harrison, C. Irvin
I. Cripp, A. Hosbnncl, D. Hunter, D. Hoffman. Row 2: D. Hardy, K. Hardy, L. Harris, D. Isenlmerg, B. Hoover
R. Hoekenberry, C, Civler, D. Heaton, XV. Hunter, I. Hiteliens, V. Getz. Row 3: j. Igou, A. Haigli, E. Hznpster
L. Harris, I. Harris, C. Frye, J. Heieliel, B. Henninger, S. Hiller, K. Cunnno, K. Icldings, I. Hulbert, F. Kaspieli
Left to Right-Row 1: S. Mingle, NV. NICFRI'l21l'lll, R. Moore, nl. Loner, C. Loose, S. Osterllout, R. Knstenbaucler
M. Myers, VV. Moore, Martinez, R. Lauder, C. Miller. Row 2: C. Myers, D. Miller, P. Neil, H. Lynn, K
Koluk, I. Keith, C. Loudon, C. Mutely, N. MeNelis, T. lNlCF1ll'l2llHl, E. Koelier, D. Koon. Row 3: K. Keppler, S
NC2lI'lIOUl:, C. Nezirlioof, K. Knarr, Al. MeKinner, C. MeKenriek, -I. MeCutc'lieon, N. Kullninnn, V. Mertill, S. Mor-
rissey, C. Little. J. Lloyd, J. Maisnno.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Hcellcr, C. Reese, Shaw, D. Page, C. Parker, T. RLllTllDCI'gCf, W. Reese, D. Shonherg
P. Palnnsiti, C. Riclcerts, L. OSW7kllt. ROW 2: S. Root, QI. Rozick, I. Shcllcnherger, S. Shaw, K. Price, K. Price, P
Otto, V. Shilclt, K. Shock, B. Shaw, D. Riclizmls, ,I. Rice. Row 3: N. Robenolt, T. Rlmclcs, D. Rigglemun, K
Recs:-, XI. Shirm, L. Recd, V. Price, P. Rcccler, A. Rhozles, C. Slit-llcnlwrger, D. Sims, XV. Roth.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Smith, L. Stcinhciscr, P. Stewart, -I. vVlHgi1tC, I. Wike, G. Smith, A. Soellner, D. XVil-
son, D. VVatson, B. Stanley, C. Vlaite. Row 2: L. Stroup, L. Spicer, F. Snyder, A. Tcpsic, M. NVoomcr, C. XVert-
man, R. Stager, J. Walls, M. Smith, C. Smith, C. VVylancl, R. Starr, M. Wrye, C. Steele. Row 3: C. XVirtnc-r
J. Sprzmlclc, J. Vzlrncr, P. Snyder, F. Sultugo, D. Vowler, R. Spencer, C. Stoner, II. Woodring, D. Tlwmus, P
Smith, D. Stehlcy, S. Snyder.
Left to Right-Bow 1: T. O'R0u1'ke, D. Erclly, T. Singer, K. Martin, M. vl. Calderwoocl, S. Nell, G. Brower, M. A. Ferner,
A. Nlengle, L. Fugley. Row 2: Mrs. Stacey, R. Hopkins, P. Stewart, M. Hzxgg, -I. Dearing, ll. Sliellenlierger, -I. Hnluert, -I.
Martin, NI. Turnbaugli, C. Friday, P. -loluison, S. Clark, K. Noel, Al. Ayers, Mr. Confcr. Row 3: D. McGovern, P. Snycler,
NI. Fleck, Keefer, E. Iolinson, T. Singer, T. llycle, F.. Taylor, F. Mnisano, D. Moffett, M. Wooclring, P. Boul, V. Price,
D. vVillfC1'S, A. Candolfo. Row 4: R. Sliellenlnergcr, B. Burnliznn, D. Barrett, VV. Waite, N. Delozier, D. Hess, B. Genr-
liurt, il. Crzunpton, B. Czlssady, I, Rumberger, C. Bnrwell, T. Miller, ll. VVz1tters.
be-rger, D. Patton, K. Brown, D. Stoneliruker
il. Seorclo, T. Hyde, C. Burwell, Mr. Mutusky
Bow 2: M. SL'llillll, S. Harris, B. Kezltlev, G
lolinson, il. ICIYIQT, bl. Irvin, B. Lynn, F. Owens
B. Smitli, D. Igon, AI. Asllliuugli. Row 3: O. Gill
L. Lzuigenbueher, A. Hynclsliuw, H. Rlioudes
S. Black, D. Hzillxritter, G. Keyes, R. johnson
D. Ormsby, J. Rumlnerger, B. Cussucly. Bow 4
wiler, B. VVoodring, C. XV0lfo1'd, j. Davis, I
erts, B. McNeal.
Left to Right-Bow 1: D. Patterson, M. Ellen-
E. Gingery, D. Gardner, NV. Miller, P. Det-
McDonalcl, D. Sharm, B. Hyndsliuw, B. Rola-
F. T. A.
Left to Right-Row 1: K. Burtnctt, V. Dt-lBaggi0, M. Shildt, S. Harris, ,l. Schulman, C. Irwin, S. Davis. Row 2
D. Boseaino, E. Focht, N. Chamberlain, A. Gandolfo, S. Hoffman, I. Cooper, L. Dawson, D. WValters, M. Heichel
K. Smith, M. Miles, C. Hileman, J. Crawford, D. Calderwood, B. Batchelor. Row 3: S. Starzcsky, V. Spaulding
V. Laneher, M. Calderwood, B. Esher, N. Richards, D. Caldwell, E. Erdly, L. Snyder, S. Laughlin, G. Brower
S. Kcefer, M. Raffetto, S. Nell, G. McNaul, P. Manspcaker, C. Ayres, Mr. Artman. Row 4: M. lDCCjvl1'OlOITlU, K
Hildebrand, B. lohnson, L. Davidson, WV. Miller, D. Gardner, L. Langcnhaelier, D. Schirm, I. Hoover, B. Stryk-
er, R. Shcckler, C. Hickcs, M. Harhai, S. Bressler, F. Maisano, E. Manspcaker, R. Bond, B. Burnham.
F. B. L. A.
Left to Right-Row 1: P. Butler, L. Langcilhacher, S. Nearhoof, C. Skelton, J. Ritter. Row 2: Mr. Little, Mrs
Campbell, N. YVelch, I. Reader, M. Westlcy, K. Shollenhcrgcr, E. Fisher, L. Friday, K. Burtnett, C. Brishin
V. Smith, D. Hazzard, C. Smith, C. Moskvl. Mr. Mingle, Mr. Snyder. Row 3: S. Donny, L. Reese, L. Hand
B. Kirkpatrick, Al. Dawson, C. Hazzard, L. Pease, B. Thomas, -I. llarpster, P. XVOUIIICV, F. VanAllman, S. Dean
S. Little. Row 4: B. Snyder, D. Moore, R. Zimmers,j', Batt-Iieler, L. Crecnawalt, -I. Nearhood, F. Priddy, T
Emery, S. Behrcr, P. Lcasure, V. Richardson, H. Haynes, D. Ellenherger, J. Fox, K. Ziinmcrs, B. YVillia1ns.
Left to Right-Row 1: XV. Miller, B. Harinon, P. Holnan, M. justice, P. XVOOIHSI, Mr. Shuss. Row 2: E. Nearhoof, -I
Turiano, L. Troutwine, J. Nearhood, P. Moskel, j. Ross, D. Getz, K. Given, R. Martin, B. Eslner, D. Mosemann, C. Futrick
J. Nearhoof, N. Fulcoiner, O. Miller, L. Reese, M. Faust, K. Stiver, V. Spaulding, S. Orinshy, N. Chainlnerlain, M. Pfeifer
Row 3: B. Dean, L. Crust, L. Bayer, C. Snyder, B. Burnham, G. McNanl, J. E. VVaple, j. Stoner, M. Caldcrwood, G
Dysart, Hoover, G. Brower, S. Coady, I. Hagg, V. Estright, E. Bickle, C. Ayres, S. Myers, j. Raffetto. Row 4: B. Schaul
E. Gingery, B. Burns, P. Detwiler, D. Patton, R. Orrnshy, R. johnson, G. Barto, R. Stryker, XV. XVestley, D. Halhritter
1. Gurekovieh, I. XVolforcl, S. Ziegler, L. Hurd, K. Hildebrand, J. Martz, K. Lykens.
Left to Right-Row 1: C. Rodgers, D. Nearhoof, G. XVatson, E. Rounsley, D. McGovern, M. Calderwood, T. Martin, j.
WVhite, A. Gehhart, D. Patton, L. Snyder, S. Erdly, S. Laughlin, V. DelBaggio, S. Ormshy, S. Irlotfman, M. John, S. Schul-
man, I. Fisher. Row 2: R. Coon, A. Richards, D. Kirk, J. Fisher, D. Fisher, -I. Hitchens, I. Harris, B. Keatley, N. Hoover,
M. VVoodring, V. Brower, P. Moflfet, G. Keyes, D. Pressler, P. Boal, M. Turnbaugh, K. Martin, I. Neil. Row 3: T. Singer,
B. Waite, C. Barlett, B. Grebe, M. Mooseker, J. Fink, VV. Hutchison, D. Umholtz, B. Sheckler, J. Hoover, R. Stryker, R.
Buck, B. Roberts, D. Gardner, W. Miller, B. Price, T. O,Rourke.
Science C I u b
Home Economics Club
Left to Right-Row 1: I. Burner, D. Nlertilt, P. llurris, NV. Sprzxnkle. Row 2: Mrs. Xeurlioof,
H. Stoneluralzcr, C. Pressler, A. lXlOl'1'lSOl1, 1. Burkct, L. Christine, M. Upclyke, B. Steele, C.
Denny, D. Ellenberger. Row 3: KI. Bennett, B. 'l'0wc1', B. Mickey, D. Dean, P. Goodman,
H. Fluig, B. Cvunsallus, S. Irwin, I. Miller, M. Fox. Bow 4: C. Fcrrin, G. Harris, S. Supinu,
P. Fleck, D. Riggleinun, E. Fleck, I. Patterson, C. Sic-inlmciser, C. Burcl, S. Bressler, J. Lewis,
Senior Tri- Hi-Y
Left to Right-Row 1: Miss Taylor, V. Smitli, NI. VVL-stlev, S. Keefer, J. I-larpster, j. Branstettcr. Row 2: K. Sliollcn-
llcrger, G. Skelton, C. Brower, B. Dean, Fislicr, Neurlioof, S. Dean, P. Fleck, S. Supinu, K. Schweitzer, C. Harris
P. Fink, S. Mayline, C. Moskcl, M. Ferrari. Row 3: L. Reese, C. Brisbin, L. Faglcy, B. Tliomus, D. Dull, S. Muney
D. Bigglelnun, D. Romano, S. Little, L. Fricluy, xl. Ritter, -I. YVz1ple, V. Estriglit, C. Fcrrin, C. Dysart. Row 4: B. Cherry
I. Fleck, P. Dean, B. Bnrnluun, L. Bayer, J. Butclieler, J. Dunkel, S. Stetter, J. Upclike, M. justice, E. Mzlnspczlker, R
Bond, Huber, B. Rolx-nolt, S. Davis, L. Crust.
Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. Ammcrman, Mr. Tate. Row 2: E. Cupp, L. Goss, F. Long, A. Mongol, M. Iolmston, S. Coady
G. Brower, L. Snyder, P. Homan, P. Cunningham, I. Stitt, S. Adams, L. Kimmel, Harris, ll. Blowers, R. Martin, M
Chcncharick. Row 3: A. Crawford, B. Caldc-rwood, D. XVilt, D. Whilters, VV. Grebe, J. Ieraci, R. Iolmson, R. Ormsliy, I
Dclozier, D. Patton, K. Bartlelnaugli, E. BI'K'SSli'I', I. lolinson, K. Hildebrand, M. Cox, S. Hulvcr, R. Naylor. Row 4: S
lgou, T. Hedlburg, B. Steele, D. Harslilmcrgcr, P. Harris, R. Klc-sins, M. Albright, T. Emery, D. Umlioltz, O. llamplc, I
Iloovvr, L. WValker, R. Stryker, M. Sliildt, C. Garner, NV. Wfclstlcy, H. Rhodes, D. Langham, R. Woodring, B. Stanley
Future Nurses of America
Left to Right-Row 1: L. Troutwine, I. Crowell, A. Gaines, M. x'V004l1'l11Q', L. Pfiefer. Row 2: C. Lamborn, I. Neil, A.
Crawford, M. Faust, J. Sellers, K. Moglc. K. Stewart, R. Naylor, Pl. Dickson, S. Noel. ROW 3: S. Kcppler, S. YVallicr
1. Slmoy, L. llurd, S. Adams, A. Mengel, D. Patton, B. Thomas, M. -lolinston, M. Fcrner, D. Dull. Row 4: S. Mancy,
P. Fink, B. Clicrry. Day, C. Cupp, P. O,Conncll, I. Gurekovicli, Al. Upclikc, Al. Stoner, S. Huber, I. Hagg, V. Estriglit.
P. A. Technicians
Each morning and afternoon throughout
the school week, all persons at Tyrone High
School are informed of important announce-
ments by means of the public aclclress system.
Two boys, a junior and a senior, are chosen
from the electrical shop each ycar to keep the
system in good Working conclition. Our two P.
A. Tcchnicians, Joe Ceraci and Bill Tennis, are
to be colnmenclecl for the fine job they have
clone to kccp the sometilncs-tempermental sys-
tem in goocl working orclcr.
Left to Right-J. Gcraci, B. Tennis.
Left to Right-Row 1: S. Albright, D. Caldwell, AI. Halletto, C. Snyder, N. Chamberlain, lx. Cnvin, S. Moore
D. Cctz, ll. Lynn, C. Snellbaugh, M. Pfiefer, P. Dixon, K. Futrick, C. Cassacly, S. Cornelius, L. Carper
E. Lawler, V. Loucher, D. Calclerwood, M. Maceno. How 2: M. DcCirolomo, J. Nearhoof, C. Albright, P
Dickson, bl. Neil, S. Davis, D. Boscaino, K. Beck, K. Creenlanci, M. Chencharick, S. Laughlin, E. Bickle, M
Miles, K. Smith, E. Rounclsley, A. Johnson, E. Focht, S. Mengel, S. Schulman, F. VVilliams, V. Fleck. Row 3
N. Aclams, H. Irwin, S. jcifries, P. johnson, Duit, D. Nearhoof, C. Rodgers, D. Johnson, T. Fleck, N
Hoover, C. Hewitt, XV. Langenbacher, R. Martin, C. Ayres, A. Luckner, J. Martin, N. Eyer, P. Batcheler, J
XVhite, J. Grebe. J. Fisher, P. Manspeaker, D. Patton, C. Hileman. Row 4: T. O,Bourkc, B. Babe, D. Friclay
M. Anclroski, J. Gill, C. Batchclcr, D. Moltfct, T. Turnbaugh, B. Crebe, D. Friclay, Al. Hitchens, D. Barrett
C, Shilclt, T. Querry, F. Maisano. C. Hickcs, P. Boal, J. Irvin, M. Creppage, S. lgou, B. Neorhoof, I. Patton
M. Turnbaugh. Row 5: B. lgou, N. Delozicr, B. Mannino, D. Lucas, D. Holmes, Al. llarris, M. Morrissey, T
Singer, D. Umholtz, B. Stryker, bl. Hoover, D. Brown, M. Sliopc, B. Shellcnberger, M. Mooseker, D. Erclly
E. Rccsc, I. Morrow, R. Fisher, I. Mancy, C. Miller, D. Hess, N. Counios.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Patton, O. Gill, Al. Davis. D. Stouelirulcer. F. Owens, T. Singcr
l. Scorclo, T. Fisher, J. Buuglmizm. Row 2: T. Tvmplrltori, M. SCll1lPlllHl1ILLHll, R. McNeal, C
Scott, C. VVcrtz, W, Wailk, I. Tliomus, D. Kimmel, C. Burwvll, R. YVestlirool4. Row 3: T. Turn
bzlugli, R. Kcvtcr, J, Craumtou, R. Birrus, P. Dctwilcr, C. XVolfo1'cl, XV. Ct-z1i'l1z11't, D. NVcstlcy
-I. Nam, D. l'cz11'cc.
Any boy Wlio luis curnecl 21 varsity lt-ttcr iii any of
llic intvrscliolzistic sports of Tyrouc High, is cligiblc to
ioiu the Varsity Clulm. The club is clvvotccl to greater
pzwticipzxtiori iu sports zmcl better sportsmzmsliip.
Left to Right-S. Millar, C.
Scsszimc-11, Mr. LaPortc:, K.
Brown, E. Taylor, WV. Fink.
Not present when picture was
taken: M. Grimm, R. Fettcrs,
Left to Right-Bow 1: B. Roberts, S. Neff, Mrs. Angelo, B. Burns, S. Keeler. Row 2: A. Gaines, M. A. Ferner, K. Sweitzer
l. XVaple, M. Kneeht, K. Stewart, J. Murtz, E. Kiinherling, N. lfnleonier, A. Rielmuls, D. Boseaino, V. Spaulding, L
Pliiefer, K. Hilclehrzmcl, S. Stzirzesky, B. Dickson, B. Cellno, M. A. Cox, NI. Faust, L. Troutwine. Row 3: l. Sehulinzln
-I. Ayres, S. Wfalker, S. Noel, D. Smith, R. Boncl, M. C12llClCI'VVOOCl, Wfhite, K. Dean, P. Cunningham, C. Me-Naul, E
Shilclt, j. Curekovieh, Griffith, I. Thomas, A. Cehhzlrt, C. Cnpp, l. Stitt, S. Coucly, V. DelBz1ggio, E. Bl2ll1SD1:'21liBl', M
xVO0Cl1'iI1,Lf. S. Chronister. Row 4: S. lloover, E. Erclly, B. XVestlry, I. Dworsak, D. Garner, .l. Delozier, B. Punusiti, E
Czxrper, C. Barlett, T. Singer, B. Waite, C. Luke, C. Garner, M. Annnerman, B. N6XK'1I12lll,I. ESL'lllJ2lllgll, A. llynclshuw
il. Adams, B. qlucly, C. Keyes, T. Hycle, I. Lehner. Row 5: Hiekes, C. Shollenherger, M. Shilclt, B. Lake, B. Hutchison
-I. Plisinski, B. Bathurst, K. Friday, D. SClll1'lH, B. Sheekler, B. Hyntlshuw, D. Aclzuns, D. Pearce, C. Burr, B. Tepsie
D. Igon, M. Upclike, W. Bohinson, D. Sprunkle, D. llz1lln'ittei'.
Left to Right-Row 1: ul. Morrow, ,l. Crehe, S. Orinshy, B. Nlogle, E. Foeht, A. Canclolfo, B. Esher, Miss Eble. Row 2
F. YVilliz11ns, S. Mengel, D. Nezxrhoof, C. Ayres, A. Jackson, P. johnson, E. Bounslev, C. Boytini, C. Hilennln, M. Turn-
huugh, L. Albright, T. Hoyne, il. Patton, D. YVz1lters, N. Eyer, C. Lznnhorn, j. Fisher, P. Rznnsey, S. Keppler, VV
Langenlmeher. Row 3: -I. Cooper, Hollxnan, D. Miller, B. johnson, D. Biekel, S. leltries, S. Coucly, P. Shuey, J. Criftith
N. Rielmrds, S. Aclanns, A. Mengel, L. Hurcl, A. Cruwiforcl, N. Hoover, A. Luekner, V. Fleck, D. Nowlin. Row 4: T. Fleck
D. Bzlrrett, D. Lungenlmeher, I. Fink, T. Templeton, B. Stryker, B. Cezwliart, bl. Hoover, il. Forney, L. Lzlngenhueher, B
Bluek, B. McNeal, T. Singer, NI. Sehnelllmugh, S. Erclly, M. john.
Editors-It is the joh of the
four editors to see that all the
material is gathered for the year-
book and to see that it is all cor-
rect. The pages must then be
sent to he engraved and printed.
The editors are the organizers of
S. Hoover, ul. Goruci, A. Guin:-S, C. Burlctt.
Left to Right-Row 1: J. Scorclo, A. Iflynclslizlw. O. Hznnplc, Mr. Snyder, Aclvisor, C. Barlctt. C. Bnrwc-ll, -I. A.
Gornci. Row 2: A. Gaines, L. Lzingr-nlmclier, S. Hoover, P. Butler, M. Rilllviltffl, B. Butcliclcr, J. Ritter, j. Schul-
man, S. NL'klI'l1OK7f, V. Smith.
Joyce Ritter, Verna Smith
Pat Butler, Lorine Friday
Typists-The chief duty of the typists is to
type all the print seen in the Falcon. The typists
are kept busy trying to understand the editors'
Advertisers-The main Worry of the adver-
tisers is to go to business and professional people
and to get them to invest in our yearbook. This
year, thanks to our advertisers, We acquired more
patrons and advertising than We have had in
years gone by.
Sports Editors-Coverage of all the football,
basketball, Wrestling and other sports is the job
of our two sports editors. Since both these boys
were in sports, it Was a good choice to have these
people on our staff.
Business Manager-To her goes the unique
job of handling the money for the yearbook. Con-
gratulations to her for resisting temptation.
Photographer-To cover all school events
and to capture their memories in pictures is the
job of our photographer. Thanks, Duff, for a
Bonnie Batchelor, Judy
Schulman, Oscar H a in p l 4
and Mary Raffetto.
Albert Hyndshaw and Shirley Nenrhoof.
Gary Burwcll, Iohn Scordo
.cessful than it has been in pre-
Spokesman-This year our
school paper has been more suc-
vious years. A big thanks goes to
all the Spokesman members for
all the time they had to spend
to make the paper a success.
Eclitors - D. Pc-Liree, -I. Stoner, B. Bond, B. Burnham.
Left to Right-Bow 1: D. Pearce, M. Faust, B. Burnham, B. Boncl Clfclitorl, I. Stoner, K. Burtnett, George YVillnn
CAclvisorl. Row 2: Myers, D. Walters, pl. Neurhoof, M. A. DeCirolomo, C. Snyder, S. Fresh, N. Buinberger, B.
Bathurst, I. White, AI. Crebe, P. Ramsey, Starxeski, E. Focht, K. Stewart, L. 'l'routWine, B. Bollinger, N. Chxnn-
lu-rlain, M. Pflefer, C. Skelton, K. Shollenberger, K. Stiver. Row 3: I. l'urker, Al. Ralletto, S. Ormsby, L. Crust,
B. Dean, A. Hunter, E. Bickle, C. Futrick, M. Kimmel, L. Miller, K. Rodgers, Price, D. Mt-Cluin, V. lJelBa1g-
gio, K. Hilclebmncl, I. Harpster, B. Bollinger, M. Stiver. ll. Naylor. Row 4: XV. Millcr, E. Cingery, S. Black, B.
Iohnson, S. Hiekes, M. Iustice, D. Ormsby, M. Shildt, B. Hutchinson, H. Stryker, D. Umholtz, M. Sehunl, lf. Man-
spenker, N. Hoover, E. Erclly, L. Kimmel, B. Thomas, I. Brennc-num, I. Curekovieh.
Left to Right-C. Wfolf, C. Wcrtx, R. Hopkins, Left to Right-Bow 1: B. Ncurlioof, D. Stonc-
C. Scott. lncuker, B. Miles. Row 2: Pliillcngcr, T
Black, J. Duuglivrty, B. Snyder. Row 3: R
Fink, P. Little, S. Cornelius, M. Bennett, F
Proiecfionisfs Archery Club
Left to Right-Row 1: V. Estriglit, C. Brisbin, V. Sinitli, Mrs. jones. Row 2:
M. Johnston, P. Zinnnerniun, E. Cnpp, S. Muisano, J. Ritter, j. Crown-ll.
Row 3: K. Beck, I. Walk, M. Stivcr, D. WVilt, B. Dawson, D. Ellenbcrgvr,
M. Iolinson. Row 4: J. Havcrstein, N. Wclcli, B. Tlionius, S. Zeiglcr, QI.
Ross, D. Patton, S. Snyclcr, Fnlcmner, Kinnnol.
Left to Right-Row 1: M. A. Ferner, M. Culclerwoocl, M. Chenehurielc. Row 2: B. Esber, S. Neff, Coacly, N
Richards, S. Keefer, C. Ayres.
The spirited Colden Engle twirlers, skillfully heziclecl by Martha Calderwoocl,
led the band at the half-time presentations at both home and away football games.
These high-stepping girls, using such noticeable routines as "Henna-seyl' gave the
hulf-time shows the uclclecl boost of their liveliness.
Left to Right-Row 1: M. F. Ferrari, M. A. Fcrner, B. Esber, Neff, Coady, M. Calderwood, N. Richards, S
Keefcr, C. Ayrcs, M. Chencharick, K. Mogle. Row 2: B. WVcston, A. Cebhart, J. Batcheler, L. Fagley, D. Moore
I. VVakeHeld, T. Varner, S. Bresslor, D. Greene, M. Johnston, D. Duff, S. Starzeskey, R. Shecklcr, E. Foch, N
Fulcomer, S. Cowfer, 1. Branstetter, K. Stiver, K. Stewart, M. Stiver, Fisher, A. Richards, A. Sprankle. Row 3
B. Panasiti, D. Halbritter, T. Singer, B. YVaite, I. Crawford, Laughlin, D. Caldwell, S. Miller, B. Batcheler, C
Cnpp, D. Calderwood, C. Irvin, M. A. Patton, P. Manspcaker, V. DelBaggio, K. Bnrtnett, D. Mosemann, D
XVilt, B. Bollinger, L. Troutwine, B. A. Martin, K. Smith, M. Heichel. Row 4: A. Hyndshaw, H. Rhodes, A
Harper, I. Strayer, T. Beckwith, C. Keyes, T. O,Conn0r, S. Harris, B. Keatley, B. Wfesthrook, P. Femea, T. Varn-
er, C. Madden, B. Fink, L. Snyder, P. Butler, E. Shildt, P. O'Connell, S. Erdly, E. Erdly, G. McNaul, XValker
J. Adams. Row 5: D. Schirm, B. Newman, H. Alnmerman, S. Crawford, B. Stryker, C. Barr, B. Woodring, YV
Roberts, XV. XVestley, Beals, R. Bathurst, B. Hyndshaw, D. Pearce, D. Hcss, C. Miller, N. Comus, D. Prcssler
Al. Maney, C. Stewart, M. Morrissey, J. Hitchens.
Left to Right-Row 1: K. Martin, C. O'C0nnor, C. VVatson, P. Batcheler, 1. White, I. Crehe
M. Irvin, D. Moglc. Row 2: E. Roundsley, D. Nearhoof, P. Snyder, B. Glunt, C. Kaup, R
Beckwith, D. Kirkpatrick, A. Kirkpatrick, A. Iohnson, P. Kelly, S. james, B. Miller. ROW3
K. Carson, B. VVeidlcy, D. McGovern, L. Stroup, M. J. Calderwood, V. Cillmcn, L. Miller, D
Nowlin, D. johnson, A. Woodring, S. Duff, K. GllHSklllllS, J. Martin, S. Burns, P. Ramsey
S. Greenawalt, A. Port. Row 4: B. Snyder, J. Fisher, M. Mooseker, C. Trimhlc, B. Ncarhood
D. McFarland, T. Eaken, T. Hand, L. Thomas, R. Fisher, B. Smith, C. Shildt, R. Scott, A
Albright, K. Kolac, B. Smith. Row 5: P. Gardner, D. Irvin, B. Babe, T. O'Rourke, T. Miller
M. Mooseker, L. Richards, D. Holmes, P. Boal, M. Shope, T. Singer, -I. Stewart, H. Hopkins
Left to Right: S. Starzesky, I. Schulman, G. Dysart, J. Branstetter, R. Bond, P. Butler, Keef-
er, S. Neff, M. Baffetto, L. Bayer, S. Hiclccs, I. Ayres, I. Batchelor, M. Knecht, M. Caldcrwood
Left to Right-Row 1: S. Hickcs, B. Hurrnon, C. Lzunhorn, R. Naylor, K. Smith, M. F. Ferrari, J. Brunstetter, Miss Datz,
S. Starzcsky, L. Davidson, S. Kepplcr, G. Dysurt, M. Calderwood, I. Schulman. Row 2: S. Coady, L,.,,Grccnzuvalt,
Adznns, N. Richards, C. Snyder, M. john, K. Sweitzer, J. Thonius, M. Knccht, M. M. Rulletto, F. Long, C. Cupp, j.
Bnteheler, ml. Ayres, A. Mvngel. Row 3: L. Buyer, P. Butler, R. Bond, D. Patterson, B. Luke, D. Barrett, Black,
M. Hurhui, B. XVuitc, M. Schuul, T. Singer, C. Shollenherger, J. Lynn, Bresslc-r, Kcvfcr, Laughlin. Row 4: M.
Shildt, O. Haniplc. T. Turnlmaugh, VV. Miller, G. Eckroth, B. Gearhurt, B. Newman, D. Schirm, D. Pearce, C. Miller,
NV. Miller, T. Vurncr, Miller, B. Roherts, D. Friday, R. Buck.
Left to Right-Row 1: S. Starzcsky, B. Snyder, C. Lzunhorn, C. Snellhnugh, V. Smith, C. Skelton, M. F. Ferrari, K. Stew-
art, Miss Datz, R. Naylor, S. Phillips, N. Charnhcrlain, S. Myers, B. Cehno, C. Irwin, S. Maisuno, L. Pficfcr. Row 2: C
Barney, j. Brunstetter, C. Cupp, D. Calderwood, B. Dean, A. Crawford, L. Goss, S. Alhright, I. Stitt, K. Sweitzer, I. Raf-
fetto, Kepplcr, S. llilliurd, j. Anders, D. Crcenc, V. Loucher, M. A. Milos, B. Carson, j. Wakefield. Row 3: A. Mt-ngel
M. Johnston, S. Irvin, l. Sellers, K. Moglc, L. G1'GCll2lNVillt, M. Faust, P. Ziinrncrinan, K. Burtnett, S, Cozldy, D. Culdorwood
P. Shuev, C. Snyder, ul. Nearhoof, M. Hcichel, 1. 'l'ho1nas, D. Most-inaxnn, M. M. Raflctto. Row 4: J. Bntcheler, I. Harp
ster, B. Thomas, S. X'Vz1llier, N. Adams, K. Futrick, P. H2l1'1JStC1', P. Butler, E. Erdly, N. Riclmrds, I. Miller, 'Bressler
1. Crifhth, S. Davis, E. Shildt, M. A. DeCirol0n1o, bl. Lynn, P. Dixon, P. Manspcuker, K. Givin.
.4 I Y Q if i .
N' 'rh Grade Chorus
Left to Right-Row 1: N. Hoover, B. Stitt, K. Elder, YV. Langcnbaelier, S. Einigli, D. Nowlin, B. Romano, C. Snelllmaugli
S. Fresli, D. Gensiniore, S. lgou, E. Rounslev, A. jolinson, S. Duff. S. Scliulinan. Row 2: D. McClain, j. Guerkovieli, D. Near-
lioof, L. Harmon, S. Mengel, Al. Martin, C. Rodgers, P. Ramsey, Miss XVooiner, B. Fink, M. Morrissey, Burns, C. Miller
P. Butclieler, bl. White, -I. Grebe, Fislier. Row 3: P. YVeleli, L. Pannebaker, D. Snvder, A. Aminernian, C. Dean, I
Kennedy, M. Kinnnel, A. Hunter, P. Kelly, C. Price, M. Carson, A. Luekner, S. Jeffries, Z. jolinson, ul. YVillianis, L
Miller, D. Iolinson, Row 4: N. Eyer, G. Sliildt, A. Alliriglit T. Black, B. Balie, T. O'Bourke, M. Moosekcr, D. Erdley
R. Sliellenlnerger, D. Holmes, L. Richards, NV. Sinis, M. Sliope, T. Singer, G. Patton, Al. Lawdcr.
Left to Right-Row 1: I. Branstetter, K. Sweitzer, M. Ferrari, S. Bouglier, B. lflarinon, G. Skelton, V. Sniitli, E. Kiiiilier-
ling, A. Candolfo, S. Hoifnian, Miss Datz, M. John, B. Snyder, K. Stewart, S. Keppler, B. Naylor, M. Ferner, G. Dysart
P. Ziininerlnan, E. Foclit. Row 2: C. Lainldorn. S. Nearlioof, -I. Seliulinan, C. Hilcinan, D. Hazzard, M. lolinston, K. Mogle
C. Avres, I. Cooper, B. Clierrv, F.. Fislier, B. Esller, M. Faust, L. Reese, K. Sniitli. J. Tlioinas, A. Mcngel, D. Calder:
wood, B. Iolinson, I. Harpster, L. Greenawalt. Row 3: B. Celino, B. Martin, I. Stitt, C. Cupp, J. Sellers, A. Crawford, L
Davidson, C. Brisliin, S. Hickcs, M. Caldcrwood, M. Kneelit, V. DelBaggio, B. Bond, E. Manspeakcr, K. Burtnett, C. Irwin
C. Snyder, L. Hurd, I. VVakcfield, B. Tlionias, S. YValker. Row 4: P. Sliuey, S. Lauglilin, E. Bickle, B. Mogle, I. Lynn
P. Leasure, j. Dunkel, P. Butler, M. Raffetto, S. Neil, S. Keefcr, Al. Miller, Coady. I. Ayres, P. Ilarpster. F. Long
S. Davis, N. Richards, L. Bayer, B. Dean, S. Starzcsky, ll. Batelieler. Row 5: -I. Crowell, R. XVlieeland, I. Iliteliens, C
Ilickes, G. lickrotli, B. Keatliy, O. Hainple, I. Crawford, S. Erdly, E. Erdlv. G. McNaul. L. Snyder, Brcssler, B. Hyndi
sliaw, D. Lucas, R. Buck, D. Pearce, D. Scliirin, M. Annnerinan, j. YVakefield, J. Grillitli. Row 6: AI. Harris, M. St-haul
,l. Forcey, D. Pressler, M. Sclinellbaugli, B. Lake, T. Varner, AI. Davis, C. Barlett, G. Garner, B. Cassady, XY. Miller
P. Feinea, j. Gill, D. Gardner, C. Stewart, VV. Miller, B. Price, S. Harris, C. Miller, B. Newman, M. Sliildt, S. Black
Row 7: D. Patterson, K. Lykcns, A. Steinlieiscr, H. Orwick,A. Sprankle, -I. Scordo, L. Sliildt, T. Singer, I. Hoover, R
Ferguson, C. Scliollenlmerger, T. Singer, A. Hyndsliaw, D. Stonelyraker, D. Morliet, -I. Parker, T. Querry, F. Maisano, I. Lake
G. Nlfrye, C. Bateliler, G. Lake, M. Harliai. B. Bolierts, E. Gingery, D. Orinsliy, S. Miller, B. Gearliart, C. XVolford, T.
Left tollighl-Row 1: R. Whceland, I. Parker, L
Shilclt, P. Fenica, R. Ferguson, K. Lykcns, A. Spranklu
Miss Dali, R. Orwick. I. Hoover, A. Steinlwiser, T
Fisher, I. Scorclo, D. Pattvrson. Row2: B. Pricc, D
Gardner, S. Harris, W. Miller, B. Kcatley, C. Barlvtt
D. Stom-lwzlker, I. Harris, I. Forcvy, G. YVrye, D
f5!Tl'lS'l3y, E. Gingvry. I. Lalkc, F. Maisano, T. Querry
T. Singvr, M. Schaul. Row 3: I. Gill, C. Stvwart, B
Lake, C. Hiclws, NY. Millcr, S. Blillcr, G. Garner, B
D. Scliirm, B. Newman, B. Gcarhart, D. Pearce, O
Halnplv, T. Tvinple-ton, M. Annncrman, I. Davis, C
VVolforrl, D. Lucas, B. llynnlsllaw, C. Millvr, R. Buck
Al. Nan, C. Lakc, D. Prvsslcr.
stctlcr, R. Bond, M. l"1-rrari, Starzesky, S. Kepler, K
S. Brvssler. Laughlin, J. Bntchcler, S. Kcefcr, P
Bntlvr, N. llicharcls, XI. Kncclit, M. Raifctio, F. Long
L. Crucnawalt, S. Cuacly, S. Hickes. Row 3: S. Black
D. Barre-t, 'l'. Varnvr, B. Waits, B. Roberts, I. Ayres
S. Adams, L. Bayer, C. Hickcs. C. SlxollcnlJerf.ivr, W
Mills-r, S. Prcssler, XV. Miller. Row 4: B. Lakv, M
lmangh, O. Hamplv, D. Shinn, D. Friday, D. Pearce
COUNTY CHORUS B. Newman, H. Buck, S. Millcr.
EIGIITH GRADE CHORUS
Lcfttolliglit-Row1: C. Kaup, S. Albright, NI. Irvin, Ferns-r, C. XVaison, I. Dvaring, A. Lloyd,
B. Ainnwrinzui, P. Snyclvr, Miss VVoon1er, L. Langvnhaclier, K. DeckPr, B. XVcidlPy, D., ML-Govern,
L. Stronp, S. Bryan, I. Irlilcman, J. Creppa1.:c. Row 2: K. Martin, C. Gunsallns, C. Gvarhart, P.
Nloskcl, S. YVoomci', E. Branstf-til-r, Shccklcr, C. Brower, D. Morrison, M. Pvasc, D. Mogle, L.
Diehl, M. Calrlvrwood, K. Waifv, Lelmer, M. XVilson. ROWS: I. Holnics, C. Trimblex, E.VMos0-
mann. C. XVL'y1-r, D, VVnltcrs, R. Nvzirlioocl, L. Bclircr, D. Johnston, R. Daugherty, I. Andrews, R.
Hopkins, I. Ilarpstcr, R. Koon, A. Wcrtz, NV. VVQbcr.
Cassacly, S. Black, C. Batclwler, BI. Shildt, C. Shollvn-
lxergvr, C. Eckroth, M. Sclincllbaugli, T. Varncr, Row 4:
Loft flikigllt-fRlIW 1: A. Mciiglv, K. Smith, I. Bran-
Switzcr, R. Naylor, B. Harmon, C. Lamlmorn. Row 2:
Harhai, M. Sliilclt, C. Eckmth, C. Miller, T. Tum-
"That was hitting the moon with first 'cAucl NVl12lt,S Wrong with my playing thq
shot, wasift it?" piano und singing to girls in the micldlc of
Bill Ellcnlbcrger, Crctclicn xICN2llll, Miko flllfllill, Mzlrtlizl C:2llC.lGYXVO0Ll, Johfllcn NVuplc, Eilccn
Nlill1SPEtlliCl', Ron jolinson, Samcly Hickes, Slmron Neff, jucly Sllulmzm, Mzirtlm Kuvclit, Miko
Sllilclt, jerry B1'ZlDStClIf6I', LL-all Buyer, Pzltsc Hillllilll, Kutliy Burtnctt, VVillJur Miller, Sallie
Clmronister, Marlena- justice, joycc Butcliclcr.
If they only kncw it
was ll wrong iiumber.
"HHS always O11 the
phone with some girl!"
nTllLl'C,S u fertility
goddess! It looks
more like u back-
"just El minute Har-
Iulie Jordon .....,.,.
Mrs. Mullin .,,,...
Billy Bigelow .....
Nettie Fowler .... .
Enoch Snow ,..l...
jigger Craigin .,.. .,4,,. , . ......... . .i,..
. Don Friday
Arminy ...... ,. ., Sharon Bressler
Iennie . ......,.i.. ,,.... ,. ..i,. Karen Stewart
Captain .....,.., ,..,,.., , . .....,.. Steve Black
Heavenly Friend ,.,.,,,. .,,.r.. lN like Schaul
Starkeeper ,. ,.,..,. ,, . ,.,, . Wfilbnr Miller
Louise ,. ......, ..... C herrie Laniborn
Enoch, Ir. ,r.... .,..,.. D erry Patterson
Principal ., ,.,...., . .,..,..., Tony Singer
Doctor Selden ..,. , A l,,.r,.,, ,.r,.,.. D ave Pearce
Terry V arner
The Carousel Crowd
urfhjg h0yV fifgljjen Qg11'1'y pQQplQ,U N, ,.,.,. is lillldll lllClllICCl to lil! wet."
Left to Right-Row 1: Rohert
Fleck, Tom Kimhorling, Gary
Hurt. Row 2: Iohn Hurt, Frank
Noel, John Hoover, Richurcl
Fox, LeRoy Beckwith, Harold
VVheland. Row 3: Preston Kep-
hart, Bill Harpster, Sum Con-
rzul, Terry Branstctter, Clmrlc-s
Kilnherling, Ned Dunkel, Sid
"ls it really ll pre-fuh hog house?
VVhz1t will they come up with nextrw
"Since weivc solved the farm-surplus
problem, We can go on to the next
item of hnsiness for this lnec-ting.,
NIC Tarzan, you . . . Gee whiz, Mr. Bubln, you promised us weicl meet june if We c-limluocl
up here. Now just where is sho?
Girls' Basketball Team
Row 1-S. Sliulmun, B. Tll1'UlJllllgl1,yhliSS Hurpster
I. Fisher, I. Martin. Row 2-S. Dufl, nl. Sweitzcr, J
Grebe, I. VVl1ite, P. Grebe, D. Iolmson. Row 3-
Miss Bauer, QI. Thomas, R. Martin, I. Blowers, B
Ewing, S. Cornelius. Row 4-K. Sweitzer, Behr-
er, G. Dyszlrt, L. Suycler, P. VVo0mer, B. Bzltclieler
Row 1-S. Coucly, Stzlrzcslcy, S.
Adams, C. Lumborn, B. Harmon, F
Long. Row 2-L. Bayer, L. Greenu-
Wult, J. Butcheler, N. Bicliarcls, S
"lf we turn enough of these knohs,
we might he lucky enough to hear
something hy the Beutlesf,
"My calculations up there on the
lJl2lClilJO2lI'Cl agree with those of your
electronic Wizarcl, so it must he true.
One plus one really clocs equal twof,
'WVcll now that we have enou fh hel 3
I is 1 ,
all wc need IS someone to tell us how
to work thesc xnaclminesf,
N521-y, loc,- lc-tls Wulch those two guys
in front of us. Mzlyhc they know what
Wcrc supposccl to hc cloingf,
fli i5x3-l.r'5 "
"All right, all you carpvnte1'S, weyvc
got to draw at house hvforc Wo can
, 'W-wr K
"I think we cull that little thing un
engine, hut I'1n not quite survf,
Hoy, Sonny, if you ask me, thc real
trouble with this can is the nut hvhind
...-HZ. :W lj -' i i szgzl
Mr. Corrigan, Head Coach
After Hftccn years, Mr. Ronald Corrigan has
rotirccl from the profession of coaching. He has a
lifvtilnc rccorcl of 89-32-5, one of which lie Cer-
tainly can lm proud. NVhen Mr. Corrigan loft thc
Ht-lrl of coxrcliing, lic took with liini gratitude for
all lic had clonc for Tyrone Area High School as
lmotli a tc-aclu-r ancl a coach. To liim wc extend our
lmcst Wislws for a silcvcfssfril future,
Senior Football Players with Manager
Left to Right-Row 1: C. Bnrwvll, O. Gill, C. Lake, C. Wolford, L. Bock-
With. Row 2: Al. Davis, Manager.
Left to Right-Row 1: B. Keefer, D. Kimmel, J. Nan, M. Soellner, C. Wolford, G. DiDomcnico, T. Singer, C. Burwell,
B. McNeal, T. Templeton, J. Thomas, B. Cearhart, M. Schnellbaugh, O. Gill, J. Crampton. Row 2: T. Ccnsor, C. Soell-
ner, C. Rhodes, M. Updike, D. Langenbacher, B. Carson, C. Hickes, T. Turnbaugh, L. Shilt, M. Romano, L. Beckwith,
B. Tepsic, B. ldarola, G. Eckroth, F. Maisano, C. Lake, I. Davis. Row 3: B. Smith, I. Morrissey, I. Hoover, C. Stcclc,
D. Umholtz, J. Walk, M. Albright, B. Woodring, D. Friday, N. Dclozicr, J. Forcey, C. Batcheler, S. Kimmel.
The Tyrone Colden Eagles began its season by
dropping a hard-fought 18-6 verdict to Bellwood.
Tyrone was unable to move the ball consistently
against a much larger Bellwood team. The ball-
carrying duties were shared equally by all four
backs with Douglas being the leading ground
gainer. Cearhart scored Tyroneis only six-pointer
on a six yard end run up on a 49-yard roll out.
Tyrone's only other threat was halted on Bell-
wood's eight yard line when Douglas was stopped
a yard short of a first down.
In its opening home game the mighty Eagles
came screaming back, downing the Moshannon
Valley Knights 13-6. Once again Tyrone had to
scramble the entire ball game against a much
bigger foe. Tyrone lost one of its leading ground
gainers - Dave Douglas - when he suffered a
broken right leg late in the first quarter. Tyrone
didnit start to click until late in the first quarter
when Bill Cearhart scored Tyrone's first touch-
down, with the help of Douglas and Schnell-
baugh, on a three-yard plunge into the end-zone,
Schnellbaugh booted the placement to give Ty-
rone the lead 7-6. Tyroneis second six points
came when Gill picked off a Mo-Valley pass and
swept down the side-line into the end zone.
The Colden Eagles dropped their second
game of the season when Lewistown cashed in
its breaks to score a 27-12 victory. Trailing by
just one point at the half, the Eagles saw the
Panthers score the deciding touchdown following
a 77-yard punt return. Both of Tyrone's tallies
came on long runs by Schnellbaugh and Turn-
baugh. Schnellbaugh did most of the running
chores and was the leading rusher. Tony Singer
was converted from guard to halfback, to Hll up
the gap left by Douglas. Bob McNeal did a
sparkling job on defense earning a nomination to
the Big 33.
Something seems to have crept into the Colden
Eagles' football team, they just couldn't move the
ball on the ground in their last two games. The
Colden Eagles only got into the Red Raiders
territory just four times, with the furthest pene-
tration being to the Bellefonte 25. Cill and Cear-
hart tied for rushing honors. Coach Corriganis
team at the half way mark in the season is 1-4.
A strong Huntingdon eleven came stomping in-
to Cray Memorial Field to hand Tyrone its third
loss of the season 32-0. It was just one of those
nights for the Eagles, for they just couldnit hold
on to the pigskin. It seemed that they had a se-
vere case of 'ifumblitisi' as they lost the ball eight
times. Bill Gearhart and Max Schnellbaugh were
Tyroneis leading rushers, while Max Soellner and
Gary DiDominico did a good job in blocking two
of the Bearcatis extra points.
Three touchdowns in the first period was the
turning point of the game when the visiting
Mounties downed the Eagles 28-7. Once again
Coach Corrigan switched his line-up and went
to the air, as they fired 29 passes, completing 12
for 165 yards. Tyrone was kept scoreless up to
the third quarter, but Tyrone scored when Cear-
hart flipped a pass to Schnellbaugh for the T. D.
Schnellbaugh then added the extra point.
Tyrone played a stellar ball game in the first
half of play by holding the powerful Bisons
scoreless. However, the top-rated Bisons came
picking back at the smaller Eagles to produce
a 19-0 win.
State College Tyrone
In its final home game of the season Tyrone
was nipped by the Little Lions 18-14. It was the
Eagles best scoring effort of the season, but the
Eagles just couldnit come out on top. Bill Cear-
hart and Max Soellner scored Tyroneis touch-
downs while Tony Singer and Max Schnellbaugh
added the two extra points.
Lock Haven Tyrone
Again a much larger, powerful team took the
field against a determined Tyrone team. Tyrone
was overcome quickly, but the mighty Eagles
fought late in the game for a deserving score.
The final score was 266.
Tyrone dropped the final game of the season
to a mighty Hollidaysburg powerhouse by a
score of 53-G. The Eagles started out like a house
on fire when Cearhart hit Dave Kimmel for valu-
able yardage, and before the Tigers knew it the
Eagles were knocking on the Tiger goal line. On
the next play Cearhart gave to Schnellbaugh for
the T. D. Tyrone completed the season with a 1
and 9 record. Bob McNeal, a junior, was named
to Second All-Central Counties team.
"MaXern around the end.
Tyrone stops a goal-line threat.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES HB, SQUAD FOOTBALL SCORES
G .,,. . . Bellwood . .. . .. . . ..... , 13 VVC They
13 Moshannon Valley , G 97 Bind Elwlc 6
12 Lewistown , R, , 27 A ' L me
O ,..... , .. Huntingdon . . .. .. 32 12 - Phlh135bU1'S A V- 5
0 .......,.... Bellefonte ,.,. . ,. .. .212 5 ...QV Altoona 21
7 ......,.. , Philipsburg . 28 25 E Beuefome A.A 7
0 ,. .......i. Clearlield A .... A A 19
14 ..,...... .. State College 18 7" Houidaysburg 32
G ,. ..,.. Lock Haven . . A A A 26 7., A R. . A Moshannon Valley . 1-1
6 ......... Hollidaysburg . A ,. 53
f N rleaclers
wg, 7.15.1 E
Row 2: 1. Ayres, E. 3lLlllSDCt1li4'1', V. B1'owv1', P. Cllllllilljlllillll.
Luft to Right-Row 1: S. Hickvs, M. Kilccht, Al. Scl111l1111111, C, Ll1l'lll701'N.
PEP IS THE PASSVVORD
The carwash, the first footlxall QQRIIIIU, Mr.
lJ1'LlliGlS bus, all those- pep rallics, Olll-WI'CSlli1lg
Iolmstown, and the 52-50 Lcwistown galm' - -
these arc the things our lJl1lL'liCliHl Cl11'c1'lcaclc1's
1'e111e111be1'. They workccl vm-ry hartl but had fun,
ew-11 when half of thc-111 c1111lcl11't walk aftcr
practicing splits. Hcacliug those poppy gals is
Row 1: A. Ganclolfo. Row 2: C. SCl1I1ClllJL1llgl1,
B. Romano. R0w3: S. Meugle, C. Dean.
Row 4: j. Cooper, B. Mogle.
Mr. Bubb :mal Mr. Czzip
Junior High Football Coaches
Left to Right-Row 1: Mr. Buhlm, Mr. Czup. Row 2: Mr
Burley, Mr. Caircluer, Mr. Sclrcmcwulf.
.lr. High Football Team
Left to Right-Row 1: J. Curckovich, S. Focht, D. Holmus, L. Albright, C. lD01lIl, S. Brislvin, D, Erclly, T. Hustler,
Hull, R. Sclicllcnlncrgeig E. Reese, J. Brown, B. Stewart, M. Ellciilx-rgcr, lYlllll2lgCl', B. YVnrucr, B. Sims, S. Sellerg,
Stcplwns. Row 2: ul. Holmes, T. Miller, D. Houscr, l, Sultuge, D, Rhoda-s C. Hoover Xl Anclroslci B Nlertifl
Wz1r11c1', C. Shilclt, D. Fisher, I. 'XVulk, T. Borisell, ll: Brown, C. Shultz, -ll Stn-wart, ll? l7rlf. ROW Cv.-Millerj K
Ni3L'l, -I. Auclrcws, C. Brcsslvr, D. Browii, L. Smith, J, Hoyne, L. NCllQ'Cl3l1lll'l', K. XVurm-r, B. Duviclson, A. XVrye, B
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this year beeauise of the lack of interest. The varsity team ns ste only em
hovs, with only three as seniors and, only one being six ' et tal i' ' i
they did not have ar winning season. they worked hard an nade ' good s x ' ig
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T. Templeton, T. Turnhaugh, C. Miller.
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Tyrone V' VA . e Central
Tyrone opened up its MouutlainLeague, sched-
ule With a 51-50 verdictjover visiting Central.
Fouls caused Tyrone the 'most t1'O1llDl6',QS'dtll6
Eagles lost three players early in the third quar-
ter by Way of fouls. The Golden Eagles had leads
of as much as 13' and 14 points' but faltered late
in the ga1ne.'HoWeve1', Cearhart pulled the game
out of thelfire by scoring on a lay up and two foul
shots, with 9 seconds' in the game. Gearhart and
Hickes led Ty1'one's scoring with and 10 points
The Colden Eagles gave a taller Hollidaysburg
team a run for it as they dropped a 70-56 set
back to the Tigers. Tyrone stayed with Holli-
daysburg for three periods, at which time the
score was 46-40. But the Eagles couldnit quite
stay with the Tigers in the last quarter. Bill
Cearhart led the scoring for Tyrone with 35
points, followed by Bob McNeal with 9.
A strong third quarter rally by Tyrone gave the
Colden Eagles a 2-1 Mountain League record,
with a 52-50 victory at Lewistown. The victory
gave Tyrone a 5-5 overall record thus far in the
season. Lewistown took a 14-7 lead in the first
period, but Tyrone cut that lead to just 2 points
at the half. In the third quarter, Tyrone scored
20 points, which proved to be too much for the
Panthers to overcome. Cassady and Cearhart
scored nearly all the Colden Eagles, points with
22 and 21 points respectively.
Tyrone battled league-leading Huntingdon
down to the wire before dropping a 49-45 deci-
sion to the Bearcats. The Golden Eagles stayed
with Huntingdon all the way and led at two
points in the game, but just as Tyrone came close
the Bearcats pulled out to a few-points lead. Bill
Cearhart was Tyroneis leading point maker with
27 points, while Bob Cassady followed up with
10 points. The Colden Eagles League record
was evened at 2-2.
It seems as if the law of averages was against
Tyrone as they dropped a 69-63 decision to Belle-
fonte. The Bed Raiders hadnit won a game on
the Mountain League for 37 straight games and
Tyrone turned out to be their victims. The Cold-
en Eagles could make only 24 of 87 from the field,
while Bellefonte made 5321 from the field, which
was too much to overcome. After being down by
as much as 20 points, the Eagles stormed back
with 27 points in the last period to cut the Raid-
ers lead to 6 at the end. Cearhart had 25 points,
while Cassady and McNeal had 16 and 10 points
A slight point advantage at the foul line gave
Tyrone a 47-44 victory over Philipsbnrg-Osceola.
Tyrone led by four points at the end of the first
quarter, but fell behind at the half by one point.
A slight scoring edge by the Eagles in the last
two quarters gained the victory for Tyrone. Bill
Gearhart led Tyroneis scoring with 17 points, fol-
lowed by Bob McNeal with 12.
Tyrone Captain jack
Tyroneis best shooting in several games gave
the Colden Eagles a 63-47 decision over Captain
jack and a 4-3 record in the first cycle of the
Mountain League. Tyrone jumped off to an open-
ing quarter lead of 21-4 on 15 straight points.
Tyrone showed good team balance as Cearhart,
McNeal, Cassady, and Hickes all scored in the
double figures. Tyroneis overall record at this
point was 7-7.
The Colden Eagles dropped their second cycle
opener, 66-59, at Central. The score was dead-
locked at 14-14 in the first quarter, but a ten
point edge in the second and third quarters by
Central was all they needed, as the Eagles could
only gain a three point edge in the last quarter.
Bill Cearhart had an outstanding game with 37
points for Tyrone.
It looked like Tyrone might dampen Hollidays-
burgis hope of winning the Mountain League, but
an 18-point third quarter outburst by the Tigers
was too much for Tyrone to overcome. The Cold-
en Eagles led 10-3 with only four minutes gone
in the first quarter, before Hollidaysburg had to
battle back to tie the score and take only a five-
point lead at the half. After the Tigers big third
quarter, Tyrone gained a five point edge in the
last period. Cearhart again scored a tremendous
37 points for Tyrone.
Tyrone held the lead for nearly three-quarters
of the game, but couldn't quite hold on as they
dropped their third second cycle game, 51-48 to
Lewistown. The Colden Eagles held the lead
several times and led by as much as six points.
The lead changed hands several times during the
last two quarters with Tyrone coming out on the
short end of things. Bill Cearhart turned in an-
other sparkling scoring performance with
Tyrone dropped its fourth straight Mountain
League game at the hands of a taller Huntingdon
team by a score of 89-53. A cold-shooting night
by the Colden Eagles along with the Bearcat,s
hot-shooting, gave Huntingdon their big margin
of victory. Tyrone had three players in double
figures as Cearhart scored 24 points followed by
McNeal, with 12 and Hickes with 10.
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The Colden Eagles seemed unable to find the
range as they suffered their Hfth loss to Belle-
fonte, 50-43. The Bed Raiders scored a four
point advantage in the first two quarters, but
Tyrone battled back to trail by just two points
in the third quarter. However, the Eagles were
outscored by seven points in the last quarter as
Bellefonte gained the victory. Bill Cearhart
f reached the five-hundred point mark as he scored
5 nineteen points for Tyrone.
Bill Gearhart scored twenty-five points to set
a new Mountain League record with three hun-
dred and fifty points in a losing cause to the
Mounties. The lead changed several times as
Philipsburg took the Hrst period by one point,
but Tyrone took the second period by 2 points to
lead at the half by a 27-26 score. In the third
C5-:gg period the Eagles went cold and fell behind by
10 points. Tyrone came close as 3 points in the
last period, however, ended up 5 points short in
1 Q-Lf the end. Chuck Hickes backed up Cearhart with
1, X, L' 4 I 1 points.
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'VX WV 1 golf by scoring a 51-45 victory over Captain jack and
y . 51' C ifztopping a 6-game losing streak. The Colden
G be V TIM' Eagles' shooting improved as they hit on 21 of
KN .58 attempts from the field. Tyrone led 17-10 in
N.gif1.rlyl1 ff Uthe first period but fell behind by one at the half.
The Eagles came back strong in the third period
f 1 V H with an 11 point scoring edge. However, the Tro-
lu jans cnt the margin to just 6 in thc last period.
Gearhart scored 24 points, followed by Cassady
and Hickes with 9 points each.
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Coach Bob Bubbis Golden Eagle wrestling
team turned in a terrific job this season. Last
year, where there was a lack of team balance in
the upper weights, this year the team had the
strength there to win the matches that were
needed for the team to win. Also those seniors
who didn't get to wrestle this year, but who have
been out for two or three years, deserve a lot of
credit. They are the ones who pushed those who
wrestled to do their best. Everyone helped make
a successful season for Tyrone in wrestling.
Kim YVcstley, Alolm Scorclo, Frank Owens, Terry Fisher C 11l Bulttt Dm Stoncbi ilxri Cuy Burwcll Iolm C ill lim
Thomas, Dave lX1cCloslcey, lim Turnbaugh, Max SLllI1ClllJl1lfTll D ntl Pitton M ssmf liom the DILTUIC is C nx D1
This match proved to he a very impressive upset
ind victory for MDillon.U
Fisher about to score il reversal.
The Colden Eagles matmen opened their
1963-64 season by dropping a 26-15 verdict to
the mighty Bisons. The match was 15-all at the
end of the 154-pound class, but the Eagles
couldnit hold their own in the last three matches.
Scordo, Eyer, and Turnbaugh posted decisions
while Owens, Barlett, and Stonehraker had to
settle for draws.
Tyrone-14 Lock Haven-34
Tyrone High's wrestling team went down to
its second defeat of the season to a visiting Lock
Haven powerhouse hy a 34-14 score. Friday the
13th seemed to he a jinx for the Eagles as they
could only manage to take four out of twelve
weight classes. VVinning decisions for the Eagles
were Fisher, Stonebraker, and Burwell while
Cary DiDomenico, a sophomore, did a tremen-
dous joh with a pin at 180.
Senior Wrestlers: john Scordo, Terry Fisher, Carl Barlett, Bill WVaite, Ken Brown, Dan Stone-
hraker, Cary Burwell, Terry Singer, Homer Rhodes, Dave McCloskey, jim Turnhinigh, Darrel
Patton, Paul Feinea, Manager.
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Tyrone Hlghs U-H1 Stombmltcl Ummmmg hls bully Tyrone's Bin-lm-tt in complete control over his opponent
Tyrone-44 Captain Jack-6
The Tyrone grapplers won their first dual
meet of the season after two setbacks by thump-
ing Captain jack 44-6. Owens, Scordo, Thomas,
Schnellbaugh, and DiDomenico were all pin-
happy, while Kim Westley, Burwell, Stonehraker,
and Turnbaugh gained decisions. Ken Eyer won
Tyrone-20 State Colle ge-31
Once again the Eagles lacked in the upper
weight classes as they dropped a 31-20 Verdict to
the Little Lions. Draws and pins were the turn-
ing point oi: the match. VVest1ey, Burwell, and
Turnbaugh had draws, while Scordo and Stone-
braker put their men away, and Fisher came out
on top with a decision.
The Tyrone matmeu won their second dual
meet of the season by downing the Huntingdon
matmen by a triumph. Wfestley, Fisher,
Barlett, NVatters, Burwell, Thomas, McCloskey,
Schnellbaugh, DiDomenico, and Patton all won
by impressive decisions, while John Scordo had
the only pin of the match for the Eagles.
The Tyrone High grapplers won their third
straight dual meet of the season by surprising a
Bellefonte powerhouse by a 24-19 verdict. The
count was 11-all at the midpoint of the match,
hut a fine job by the middles and uppers gave
Tyrone the victory. Barlett, Stonebraker Qwho is
still undefeatedj, Gill, and Thomas had impres-
sive decisions while Scordo and Schnellbaugh
pinned their opponents while DiDomenico set-
tled with an important draw.
Tyrone's Golden Eagles wrestling captains john Seordo
and Dan Stonehraker.
Another victory over Rightenour for
The Golden Eagles matmen dropped their
fourth dual meet of the season to a mighty power-
ful Philipsburg team by a 27-18 verdict. Tyrone
had four Close bouts which were the deciding is-
sues of the meet. Those winning decisions were
Scordo and Fisher, while Stonebraker and Di-
Domenico had pins and Maisano settled with a
draw. Tyrone is now 4-4 for the season.
Cary gaining riding time in his second
win over Hollidaysburg.
After Hollidaysburg took the Christmas
Tournament, Tyrone came in second with bad
drawing and took 'revenge on the tournament
champs by stomping them 32-9. Tyrone led 21-0
in the meet before H-burg could score their first
point, which gave Coach Bubb a 5 and 4 for the
season. Owens, Fisher, Barlett, Stonebraker,
Burwell, Turnbaugh, and Sehnellbaugh all had
impressive decisions while DiDomenico pinned
his old buddy, and Scordo was the lucky one
Tyroneis McCloskey breaking his man down to the mat.
having a forfeit.
Tyrone Higlfs champions and runner-up at the Hollidays-
burg Christinas Tournament, were john Scordo, also named
most outstanding wrestler of tourney at 103, Steve Settlers
88, Terry Fisher runner-up at 112, jim Turnbaugh 154, Dan
Stonebraker 127 and Gary Burwell at 133, Tyrone had to
settle with second place in the tourney.
Tyrone matmen won their sixth dual meet
of the season, which insured them of a winning
season by downing the Lewistown Panthers by a
26-14 triumph. Those winning decisions on their
opponents were Owens, Scordo, Fisher, who did
an outstanding job, and Barlett, Watters, and
DiDomenico also won. Dave McCloskey had the
only pin of the match for the Eagles.
Tyrone-43 Bald Eagle Area-3
The Colden Eagle matmen drew in their
final to climax one of the best seasons in Tyrone
Highis history by massacring Bald Eagle Area by
a 43-3 triumph. VVrestling their last dual meet
for good old Tyrone High were John Scordo,
Despite the fact that Tyrone High had five
individual champions crowned and a runner-up
in the sixth annual Hollidaysburg Invitational
Wrestling Tournament held over the Christmas
holiday, the Colden Eagles had to settle with
second place while Hollidaysburg finished first
with two individual champions and 8 runners-up.
Steve Sellers won his first H. I. VV. T. as he
decisioned Wylan Clark of Everett 5-1 in the SS
lb. class. Jolm Scordo won his fourth straight
H. I.W. T. and was acclaimed the outstanding
wrestler in the Tournament, as he decisioned
Jake DeBartholomew of Hollidaysburg 10-1 in
the 103 lb. class. Terry Fisher fought to capture
his third straight tournament but was defeated in
the finals by Ron Buck of Cresson 5-3 in the
112 lb. class.
At 127, Dan Stonebraker won his second
H. 1. VV. T. as he defeated Bob Vernocy of Indi-
ana 7-0. Gary Burwell won his first H. 1. XV. T.
as he decisioned Jolm Bryant of Hollidaysburg
who pinned his opponent, while Terry Fisher,
Carl Barlett, Dan Stonebraker, who was unde-
feated in dual meets, Cary Burwell, Dave Mc-
Closkey, and Jim Turnbaugh all decisioned their
opponents and Darrel Patton won by a forfeit.
Others winning were Owens by a decision, and
Sehnellbaugh and DiDomenico had pins. The
Tyrone matmen and Coach Bubb finished the
1963-64 season with a tremendous 7-4 record.
An all-out team effort was put on by 'Tyrone
Highis grapplers as they downed the Johnstown
Trojans by a 35 to 8 triumph. Owens, Fisher,
Barlett, Stonebraker, Gill, Turnbaugh, Schnell-
baugh, and Patton all had impressive decisions
while Scordo and Thomas had pins.
3-0 in the 133 lb. class. Jim Turnbaugh won his
third H. I. XV. T. as he decisioned Ken Rightnoun
of Hollidaysburg 3-0 in the 154 lb. class. Over-
all things turned out to be a very nice Christmas
for Coach Bubbis boys.
Once again Tyrone was well represented by
taking eight wrestlers into the District Six Wres-
tling Tournament held at the Jaffa Mosque in
Altoona. Tyrone Highis John Scordo was the
only Tyrone wrestler to win the championship
which marked his second consecutive District 6
championship at 103 pounds. Those bowing in
the Semi-Finals, which were all by close deci-
sions were Frank Owens 95, Terry Fisher 112,
Dan Stonebraker 127, Cary Burwell Jim
Turnbaugh 154, Max Schnellbaugh 165, and
Cary DiDomenico at 180. Over-all the Tyrone
Matmen had just cliinaxed a tremendous season
for Cood Old Tyrone High and their Coaches.
Tyroneis junior Varsity, coached hy Mr.
Miller and Mr. Gill ended its campaign with a
5-5-l mark. The Little Eagles had to give up
12 points before they even stepped on the mats
as they had to forfeit l80 lb. and Unlimited. The
Little Eagles Won victories over such teams as
Captain Jack, State College. Huntingdon, Belle-
fcnte, and Bald Eagle Area. They drew with
Hollidayshurg. Frank Maisano and Dave Lang-
enhacher lead the Little Eagles With very im-
Left to Right-Mr. Miller, Mr. Cill, Mr. Thoinas, Mr.
Left to Right-Row 1: D. Moffet, I. Conrad, T. O,Connor, M. Turnhaugh. Row 2: S. Sellers, NI. Androski, B. Bahe, F.
Maisano, D. Langenhacher, ul. XVattcrs, T. Singer, B. Grehe, L. Langenhacher, AI. Crumpton. Row 3: S. Bressler, C.
Shultz, B. Smith, A. Albright, S. Brishin, L. Albright, M. Shop e, B. Black, bl. Morrow, B. Smith, B. Black, B. Supina. Row 4:
R. Orwick, J. Ieraci, J. NValk, B. Shultz, I. Hitchens, M. Mooscker, il. Brown, I. Lake, P. Tahaney, ll. Iadarola, T. Singer.
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Last Will and Testament
We, the Class of 1964, do now bequeath our
treasures with the hope that you will enjoy your
senior year as much as we did.
Bill Ellenberger renders his track shoes to
the jim Thorpe Club, which will be in the charge
of Dave Langenbacher and Frank Maisano for
the next two track seasons. We hope that they
do as good a job as oihcers as Bill did.
Martha Calderwood says: "To my sister,
Debby, I hereby bequeath my worn pair of band
sneakers. They are to be used at those cold,
To Sally Ann and anyone else who wants
them, Donna Duff leaves her early-morning
risings and her cold walks to school. She also
leaves behind all the homework that goes with
being a senior.
Susan Day wills all the fun and happiness
she had at T. A. H. S. to her sister, joanne. Sueis
B's in algebra H, along with all the studying it
took to acquire them, go to Sharon joy Zeigler.
Roberta Bond bestows on Peggy Manspeak-
er her membership and position in the Indian
Gladys Brower donates to her sister, Shirley,
all the fun of getting up at seven oiclock on those
cold mornings so she can ride to school on that
crowded bus. Good luck in finding a warm seat,
Albert "DuiJf', Hyndshaw wills to his brother.
Bill, the presidency of the Senior Band, which,
incidentally, has been in the family for the past
Bus riders seem to play a large part in the
lives of some of our ,64 seniors. Here are four
examples of generosity: C17 Lola Langenbacher
leaves all those athletic disappointments of run-
ning to catch the bus to her sister, VVanda. Get
out your track shoes, Sisl Lee Langenbacher
receives jerry Dworsakis bumpy rides to and
from school. All Verna Smith's long, cold
waits at the bus stop go to her brothers, Bob and
George. C47 Bill Burford wills his bus seat to
Evev Nearhoof, thanks to the wishes of her
sister, Shirley, will receive all the books and
homework Shirley had during her senior year at
Tyrone Area High.
To Betsy Dickson and MaryAnne Cox,
Lynne Fagley wills all her laughs, joys, and tears
at good ole T. A. H. S.
Pat Butler, leaves this thought for her sister,
Jeanine: 'iMay you walk briskly on those cold
walks to school. Keep your chin up because it
wonit last fo'rever.'
Two seats in history class, room 202, have
been given so generously by Linda Crust and
judy Dunkel. Lindais goes to any junior, but
judy wants hers to go to her cousin, Ned Dunkel.
Both girls hope the recipients enjoy the class as
much as they have.
The fun-filled days of her senior year are
given bv Pam Dean to judy Sellers and Margie
Stiver. Pamis hope is that they will be filled with
halt as much fun as they were for her.
joycc Bitter leaves two things to jean And-
ers: the long, cold walks up Bald Eagle Avenue
to the high school and her scat in shorthand class.
judith Ayers, last will and testament: "I be-
queath to Chris and jack those uncommensurable
and ameborative mellenuims of Spanish Class.
To Ron Bathurst, Sandy Fisher wishes to
will the stimulating cold morning band practices
down at the football Held.
Stewart Snyder reluctantly hands over his
kev to the schoolis projection booth to the chief
projectionists of the coming year. Take good
care of itl
Your senior year certainly is a great one.
Lorine Friday wishes all the fun and hard
work of her year to brother, Darryl.
Russell Harpster leaves Skip Morrissey his
shop job and his long ride to school each morning.
Everyday a bus travels the long road to
Sinking Valley. ludy Keith gladly leaves her
lengthy rides to Terry and Butch.
uPutty Bally Iohnston Clsarryj leaves his
nickname to Ron Iadarola.
Bill Tennis is really in luck for joe M. Geraci
wills all the chances he had to make out with
girls in the halls, while on job as P.A. teclmician,
Orv Gill hands over his place on the bush-
wacking gang to Frank Maisano and brother Ion,
hoping that they have as much fun as he had.
Last Will ancl Testament
Dick Postreich not only wishes good luck to
Bill Kephart, but also wills him the privilege of
walking Theresa Marketto to class.
Mike Shildt is giving one of his most prized
possessions to Sam Harris. Itis a large map of
the areais back roads.
Lynn Harris should do well in school now,
for brother VVilfred wants to be generous and
keep his books in the family.
Attention future senior girls! G1'ace Ramsey
is leaving her fifth period history classes espe-
cially for you.
Bill VVestley is giving his morning rides to
school with Mr. Gardner to Peggy and Carol.
There will be some great times on the band
bus next year for Pat O,Connell is willing all her
fun and cider to anyone who can stomach it.
To her sister Sue, Gail Harris leaves all the
books she has had to carry.
To Margaret Bennett, Catherine Bard wills
her seat in Home Economics.
Carol Ferrin wills her long years in high
school to Kathy Hardy.
To brother Bobby, Elizabeth Fleck has given
her worn books and the long walks to school.
Here's another set of worn-out books given
to Polly and Bucky from their sister Peggy Fleck.
VVoody Gingery bestows all the fun and en-
joyment of sleeping out to lim Thomas.
To sister Marietta goes all the work, fun,
and term papers from Joanne Hagg.
Cathy Hayes gives all of her friendly teach-
ers to all deserving students.
Here come some cold mornings for Tom and
Tim from Cousin judy Lucas.
Look out bus driver! Dianne Mertiff wills
.limmv LaPxosa those last minutes of making the
bus driver wait.
Good luck to Frank Owens from Danny
Stonebraker. Take good care of that treasured
Here goes another Home Economics seat
from Sue Supina to her sister. Make good use
Button up Larry because here come those
long, cold walks from 21st Street to Clay Avenue
from sister Barbara Thomas.
Don't fall asleep during shop theory, Larry
Mountz. Cousin Bob Watson thinks you might.
To anyone brave enough to take them, Vir-
ginia lrValls entrusts her clerical books.
Ron Westb1'ook wishes to leave all of those
bedtime jokes from the Fiesta Dairy to Mr.
Bay Hunter wills his mufHer work to Bob
Shawley, his truck work to Skip Morrissey, and
any other work to lim Francio. Work hard, boys!
To some industrious student in Mr. Conferis
advanced science class, Bill Hutchinson wills his
position in the dark room laboratory. VVatch out
for those explosions-everyone cleans up his own
Frank Maisano is to receive all of George
Lakeis football equipment. Make good use of it,
Maureen Westley bequeaths to Bonnie Civ-
ler all those shorthand notes and all the hard
work which must be done. Better start digging
in now, Bonnie.
A warning to teachers! jim Turiano bestows
upon all those teachers who liked lim so well,
his younger brother, George.
Kay Sweitzer bestows upon her sister, Judy,
her luckv basketball uniform. Also to Judy goes
a lot of fun in study halls.
To Boxy Martin goes Marlene Iusticeis
unique ability to maintain a neat locker. Not
another trip to the principalys office, Roxy.
Carolyn Emigh wills her Monday morning
droop and the long cold bus ride to Cherrie
Indy Boss might well enjoy senior math next
year, for she has been given Donna Bigglemanis
seat and the fun that she has had there.
Darrel Patton wills his favorite ball point
pen to all those lucky juniors who will have
world cultures next year.
Sandi Noel is going to receive all the fun
Barbara Robenolt had in business English class,
but along with it, go all the books and homework,
Last Will and Testament
Maypo has just inherited all Chuck McClel-
lanis vast shop experiments and unlimited sup-
ply of knowledge.
Bill Roberts is bequeathing his prized his-
tory outline to any junior crafty enough to outwit
Miss Crawford, and who is quick enough to raid
her iiles before the annual "Spring Burning?
Judy Stewart and Peggy VVoomer better get
the hot pads out, for Linda Reese wills them her
cold seat on the bus.
juniors, quick! Don Piper is giving up his
parking space to any one smart enough to grab
it. Along with this, too, go all Dons books and
Georganna Skelton leaves to Punkie Grace a
seat in typing class. Have fun Punkie, but don t
make too many errors.
Lucky Tony Singer! Terry has given him
his good grades and a portion of his superb ath-
Suzanne Starzesky wills to Eileen Foeht the
mad dashes for the bus on those late mornings,
and the long cold wait when she is early.
Troubles galore are being willed to all the
juniors in electronics class by Ken Reeder. And
to the smartest of the gang, Ken leaves that spe-
Karen Irvin and Sandi Noel are in for a lot
of fun as Donna Romano leaves to them all the
fun she has had.
Sharon NeH bequeaths to Sam Harris all the
fun in the practice room. Put it to good use, Sam!
Make a run for the back seat of the band
bus, Mary Ann Patton, for Sharon Miller be-
queaths this, along with a pair of white bucks
and many broken reeds, to you.
Darlene and Linda are going to have more
than the usual amount of books to carry as Isa-
bell Patton bequeaths to them all of her own
jack Pattonis exceptional ability to solve
those extra tough problems in Mr. LaPorte,s math
class goes to all vocational juniors.
Tiny Barbara Osterhout wills the long
reaches to the top of the locker to her sisters,
Suzi and Darlene. Better get a step-ladder, girls.
Cathy Moskel gives to her sister, Peggy, all
the fun sheis had in Mrs. Campbells clerical
classes. To her other brothers and sisters, Cathy
leaves that long walk to school every morning.
Anna Murray leaves to any unlucky junior
her seat in Mr. Mingleis business English class.
Attention Northwood kids! Beverly Miles
has just bequeathed those long waits at the bus
stops on those especially cold mornings to you.
Chuck Turiano leaves his seat on the bus to
Sam and Fred Conrad and Euggie Shaw. Hope
you can all squeeze in that seat.
Rose Ritchey has just received her sisteris
seat in business English class. Sharon hopes
youll have fun getting up every morning!
Herman Peterson leaves his share of running
the shop machines, cleaning and dusting the
shop, and getting legs to Bob Fink. Herman is
confident that Bob will do a good job.
To Ron Stryker, junior Commander in charge
of Sophomore Division of the Indian Club, I,
Bill Lake, bequeath the Indian Club Tomahawk.
Penny jo Fink is donating her seat in physics
class to anyone who wants it. Any takers?
Watch out Terry Christoiic, for you have
just received the biggest package of all-the
whole school. You can thank Bill Haynes for his
Sallye Chronister leaves her many happy
memories and experiences to Nancy Eyer. To all
advanced science students, Sallye bequeaths the
dark room and all its secrets. I wonder what
secrets she means!
jim Turnbaugh leaves this school the peace
and tranquility it had before he entered. In his
departure, he relieves the teachers of all the
troubles and worries he caused them.
jo-Ellen VVaple bestows her seat in physics
class to the highest bidder. Wonder how much
Natalie Richards will have fun next winter
walking to school in the knee-deep snow that
janet Updike wills her.
Some "lueky,' junior is to receive joan YV ood-
rings beloved seat in Mr. Littleis second period
Last Will and Testament
Bundle up Betty Fink, because Nancy Welch
is leaving all those cold morning waits for the
school bus to you. And future seniors, Nancy
gives you all those homework assignments.
Virginia Estright bequeaths all the good
times she's had, as well as her long walk to
school, to Kay.
Lucky Christy Snyder-Leah Bayer relieves
you of the many tedious hours spent putting up
Leahis unaturally curlyv hair. Make use of thosc
extra hours, Christy.
Miss Datz-here comes Darlene McGovern
to take over Leah Bayeris scat in the Alto II
To Marsha WVoodring, Analee gives her
gave! and the many happy hours she spent in
F.N.A. Good luck, Marsha.
Linda Fox will, no doubt, continue to get
up early every morning and take the long walk
to school, just as her sister, Marjorie, wills it.
Poor F ayetta Priddy! Not only will she have
her own homework to do, but also that which
Gloria Steinbeiser left to her. Better get busy.
jeff McNelis receives all of the fattening
food of the cafeteria from cousin Charlie Wol-
To any junior who wants it goes Henry
VVoomer's machine shop seat and everything that
goes with it.
Get ready Eileen Cupp. Peggy Zimmerman
bestows lots of homework to you.
Ready for dictation? Kay Zimmers will be
with all her sister Buthis shorthand notebooks
and work next year.
joAnn Harpster gladly wills to her brother,
Kenny, all those long, cold winter walks to school
from Adams to Clay Avenue. No fair riding,
LeLand McMonagle is leaving Charles Mc-
Kinney all his good times in shop and the jobs
he used to do for Mr. Westley.
Sue Hoover wills her memory book of
T.A.H.S. to her two brothers, john and Bill, in
the hopes that they will enjoy reading it as much
as she has preparing it. Now share it, fellas!
W To some lucky person goes all the wonder-
ful moments spent in gym class from Sue Behrer.
Of course, they should be willing to work.
To her lucky fellow travelers of the illustri-
ous path, Sandy Hickes leaves her walks to school
over that elevated route.
Bonnie Dean and Dave Summers will to
every fun-loving junior the right to "goof offv in
senior math class. Good luck, juniors.
Craig Batcheler is going to have his sister
Bonnais seat in plane geometry class next year.
Anyone like to outline history? Well, john
Abramo is giving his seat to anyone interested in
The fun and hard work in physics and chem-
istry is to be given to Nancy Rumberger from
Dean Halbritter gives his right to say hello
to all of the pretty girls to Sam Harris.
Karen Pine is going to have lots of fun be-
cause Sue Davis bestows upon her all the books
and good times of her senior year.
William Snyder is willing Mr. Gillis seventh
period senior science class to all the forthcoming
Cscience-minded or notj senior boys.
Have the alarm set Beth Harmon? You'd
better since Bonnie Cherry says youill be getting
up at 6:30 every morning for those walks to
Barbara Burnham doesnit want Christy Sny-
der to get lonely so to Christy goes some neigh-
Karen, Eileen, Scottie, Sue, Dave, Gordon,
and Audrey will receive all of Mr. Dolinger's
sermons from jerrlyn Branstetter.
Bon Burns leaves his writing ability to all
the undergraduate fans of the late, great julius
jim Thomas and Frank Maisano will need
lots of luck, for Dick Ormsby is leaving them his
brains and good looks!
Mike Harhai wills his membership in the
Casinovas to Sam Harris.
Sue Huber wills her sister, judy Kay, the
many times Mr. C. and Mr. B. found her writing
notes and talking in their classes.
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CAREY C. BRADIN, M.D.
RALPH P. ERDLY, MD.
1. A. GREBE, MD.
DAVID J. KIRK, M.D.
E. R. MURCHISON, MD.
N. R. BEAM, MD.
1. L. SHONBERC, M.D.
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REYNOLD O. ALTBERG, O.D.
JOHN M. DOLLAR, O.D.
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WILLIAM E. GILBERT, D.D.S.
SAMUEL L. LAKE, D.D.S.
RICHARD W. MCCLAIN, D.D.S
R. W. STEVER, D.D.S.
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R. H. STEVER, D.S.C.
FRED C. FARRAND, D.O.
F. ADELAIDE FARRAND, D.O
CARL R. BABE, V.M.D.
Plates for the 1964 FALCON by
Zimmerman Engraving Co.
Best VVishes to the Class of ,64
Pruonto's Hair Design Institute
705 Twelfth Street
'iYour Success is our Greatest Assetii
8131311 Your W01'k and W01'k Your Planv
THE BUDGET PLAN, INC.
23 XVest Tenth Street
Phone MU 4-0790 Tyrone, Pennsylvania
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The House that Quality built:
Kurtz Bros. offers o combinotion of over o holf century of experience coupled with
the operotion of the most up-to-dote equipment in producing the highest quolity
ovciilcible in school onnuols. Your onnuols ore printed, bound ond finished by
skilled croftsmen. Truly o plont ond orgonizotion built to furnish quolity cmd
service in fulfilling your printing requirements ..... "Our Word is Our Bond."
KURTZ BROS. 72Z'fZ!L'i CLEARFIELD, PA.
TYRQNE HAIRDRESSERS ASSOCIATION
Best XVishes Class of '64
Stop Here for A11 Your Photo Needs
CAMERAS - FILMS - SUPPLIES - MOVIE EQUIPMENT
COHEN'S PHOTO SERVICE
Street Tyrone, Pennsylvania
40 NV. 10th
You can give sweets
to the sweet
if you shop at
L ' I l. ig'
Everyone can look like 21
model if they Wear Clothes from
W'NG'5 GARDNEPJS CANDY
You never outgrow
your need for milk,
especially milk from
Phone MU 4-3570
Phone MU 4-4000
STEEL'S DRUG STORE
for the finest items.
Phone MU 4-1 190
W. C. MORROW St SON
207 E. 10th Street
SADDLE AND RIDING EQUIPMENT
Iamesway Barn Equipment
Meyers Pumps and Sprayers
F armall and International Tractors
May Success and Happiness
Be Your Coal
FAMILY SHOE STORE
H. L. NEIL
Warm Air Heating - Air Conditioning
Roofing and Spouting - Furnace YVork
Phone MU 4-2230
CORNER VVASHINCTON AVENUE
AND TENTH STREET
Stop at the
OUR CROVVTH IS PROOF
OF THE FINE FOODS WE SERVE
Open Till Midnight
Tyrone, Pennsylvania Phone MU 4-9945
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF 1964
THE HICKES GROCERY
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue
MU 4-3370 Tyrone, Pa.
THE W. F. HILLER
970 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
71 years of Continuous INSURANCE
protection and service
Phone MU 4-3840
IOHN C. YENTER
DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS
Phone MU 4-2670
1062 Lincoln Ave. P. O. Box 69
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATINC CLASS OF
FIRST BLAIR COUNTY
Member Federal Deposit Imurance CIOFPOTQIIIOII
TYRON E PENNSYLVANIA
SALES AND SERVICE
EVERYTHING IN FIRE EQUIPMENT
1637 E. Pleasant Valley Boulevard
Visit our new service shop where we repair and service all types of iire
extinguishers and equipment.
Also visit our new display room of fire equipment where we carry police supplies
as well as fire equipment.
HARRY WAKEFIELD, IR.
Owner and Mgr.
We now have two service trucks which are equipped to service your equipment
at your location.
FOR FAST SERVICE CALL
DAIRY LANE STORES, INC.
Route 220 Next to Acme
To The Class
HABDXVARE - WVALLPAPER - PAINT
GUNS - AMMUNITION
TOOLS - PLUMBING
954 Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone MU 4-0580
MILLER BROS. CO.
129 IV. 14th St., Tyrone
At PRR Crossing
Free Off-Street Parking
JONES AND N EWLIN
CHICAGO RIVET 81
RUPERT CHEVROLET COMPANY
OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLET - CORVAIR
A. A. A. Service
Body and Fender Repairs
Used Car Headquarters
215 East 10th St. Tyrone, Pa.
RAY BURIAL VAULT CO.
SAM F ORTE
1008 Pennsylvania Avenue
906 Pennsylvania Avenue
BOB AND ETHEL STRUBLE
1104 Pennsylvania Ave. Tyrone
Phone MU 4-2370
WILLIAM C. BARR
INSURANCE AGENCY KNECHT'S
3 East 10th Street YOUR
Phone MU 4-2033
OLIVER F. SCHELL
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
912 Pennsylvania Ave.
Use Our Student Co-op Plan
And Save 1092: On All School Supplies
955 Pennsylvania Ave. Tyrone, Pa.
Best Wishes to the Class of 1964
N0 Other Dollar You Spend Buys as Much
As the Dollar You Spend for Electricity
Wlioleszile Distributors of Quality Products
BAYER BROTHERS, INC.
CLOVER FARBI STORES
Mid Penn Division
Taste and Be Convinced Co1ig1'3tUlUti0US to the
Bread - Pastries - Cakes Craduating Class of 1964
KIENZLE,S BAKERY THE AMERICAN
Plione MU 4-2161
Tyrone Pennsylvania Tyrone Pennsylvania
BAN EY'S FLORIST
YVhcn You Say It WVith Flowers
Say It YVith Ours
DON 61 PEG BANEY
106 VV. 10th Street
' WILLIAMS APPLIANCE
1100 Pennsylvania Ave.
REA Sz DERICKS, INC.
Fountain and Luncheonette
Prompt and Courteous
Fashion Starts With
1105 Pennsylvania Avenue
CARDNEPCS CLOTHING STORE
Menis Clothing and Furnishings
28 NVE-st Tenth Street
FIESTA DAIRY STORE
Complete Fountain Service
No Charge for Take Out
You Are Always Welcome At
Prescriptions a Specialty
F 81 F DRY CLEANERS
120 YVest 10th St.
MU 4-1990 WI 2-7700
Open Daily 7:30 a.m. ,till 9:00 p.m.
We Offer Five Big Services
l. Regular dry cleaning
2. Sliirt launclering
Our Rates are Fair
READY TAXI COMPANY
MAYNARD E. MECKES-Owner
Plione MU 4-0140
3. Storage-fur and garment MU 4,0103
4. Custom deluxe dry cleaning
All garments hand cleanecl-measured before
cleaning and blocked to measurements alter 1063 Blair Ave.
5. Coin-Operated dry cleaning Self-service dry
cleaning-8 pounds of cleaning for 342.00 TYRQNE PENNA'
B. P. O. E
B. P. 0. E. No. 212
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GETZ MARKET STORE
Tempting Foods - Crisp V egctables
Finest Quality Meats - Fancy Canned Foods
1068 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone MU 4-1150
The Shopping Center
to the Class of '64
ENGELMAN F LORIST
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
ROSSI MOTOR SALES
ROSSI BROTHERS, Proprietors
MERCURY 0 Comet
Phone MU 4-2754
R. D. 220 Tyrone, Pa.
FRESHIS MUSIC AND
4 Speed Hi-Fi Players
Records and Music Accessories
1127 Pennsylvania Ave. Tyrone
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Goods from 50.10 to 81.00
Bulova and Krementz
ART CARVED DIAMONDS
COLONIAL BARBER SHOP
COLONIAL BARBER SHOP
KEN KENNEDY, Prop.
for the Many Years Ahead
Bald Eagle Tyrone, Pu.
THE SQUIRE SHOP
From 'KHISU Store
1058 Pennsylvzuiia Avenue
MU 4-3010 Tyrone,
CENTRAL DISTRIBUTORS CO.
Paints - Brushes - Artist Supplies
1062 Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone MU 4-3610
PENN A. HOTEL
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Phone MU 4-4000
ANDERSUN - - DENNY PUST
G West lltll Street
people shop at l
the big store in
MU 4-3760 CMasonie Bldgj i
to the l
Class of ,64
Follow this example
Q East 10th Street and Shopat 1
THE TYRONE NEWS l
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