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KNOCH HOMECOMING - The Queen and her attendants are shown at Knoch High's annual Homecoming game Saturday. Left to right; are Eileen Schwarz, senior attendant; Homecoming Queen Phyllis Raducz,  Vicki Rath, junior attendant; and Mary Lou Shook, sophomore attendant.                               Knoch High School Football vs Burrell - Homecoming Queen Crowning - October 12, 1968. Butler County. archived by Ed Nebel
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UF AT 72.4 PER CENT - With only the "victory" meeting remaining in the 1964 Butler County United Fund campaign, pledges reached 72.4 per cent of the goal at yesterday's third report luncheon. Final meeting is now set for noon on Friday, Nov. 6, in the YWCA auditorium. Showing the total are Miss Total, Mary Ann Allen along with Dr. E. C. Lutton, campaign chairman. Standing from left are: Mrs. Beverly Bowser, Andrea Tray, Bonnie Shearer, Mrs. Dorothy Gaudino, Margaret Huth and Carol Paytas.         United Fund Progress - Ladies with Director - October 28 1964 - archived by Ed Nebel
Mrs. Glenna Gold, 114 1/2 Walker Ave., was one of more than 100 registrants for the archery clinic cosponsored by the Butler City Hunting and Fishing Club, and Oneida Bow Hunters. Chief Instructor C.O. Emery is shown giving her an archery lesson.                      Archery Instructions ... Athletic Field - Emery Archery Supplies - September 2 1964 - Butler Pa - archived by Ed Nebel
HIGHFIELD DOES IT AGAIN - Highfield area youngsters who captured top honors in the Junior Olympics Day events on Wednesday proudly display their trophies. Pictured left to right are, Dick Flick, sports director of the Township Schools Summer Recreation Program; Bob Uram of Highfield, who placed first in the decathlon event; Cindy Divers, Highfield, second place in the Decathlon; Judy Komitsky, leader at Highfield Playground; Paul Mudrick of Lyndora who placed third in the decathlon and Donald Savage, leader at Highfield Playground with Miss Komitsky. Township Playgrounds closed yesterday.               Junior Olympics Day - Highfield members - Winners - August 12 1964 - archived by Ed Nebel
George L. Bernlohr, director of the City Summer Recreation Program, left, and R. Perry Greenawalt, right, director of the City Board of Recreation, looks on as Dr. William L. Cross, Rotary Club Menber and director of Curriculum and Supervision in Butler Area Secondary Schools, presents the coveted Rotary Cup to Island playground leaders, Tom George and Miss Judy Barber. The victory celebration was held last night at Island Playground. Institute Hill playground has held the cup for the past three years. Miss Barber, who has been a playground instructor for the past three years, will begin student teaching in the fall in Bradford. George, a graduate of Slippery Rock State College, is an instructor at Riverside High School.                        Rotary Cup Presentation - Island Playground - August 13 1964 - archived by Ed Nebel
OPEN SECTION COMPETITION MONDAY - The Butler High varsity swimming squad will open its Northern Section schedule in the W.P.I.A.L. next Monday, Jan. 13, when it hosts Tarentum at the Tornado pool. Freshman candidates pictured in the water, left to right, are Tom Progerson, Jack Trochison, John Moore and Larry Chamberlain. The front row, from the left, shows Dick Thompson, John Phillips, Dave Rider, Jim Cupps, Tom Erdos, Tom Moser, Fred Prichett, Dennis Filhart and Gregg Ray. Second row, from the left, pictures Jim Hollock, John Synowsky, Jim Dubyak, John Smith, Bob Martin, Bill Cross, John Mathers, Larry Kurtz, Bill Kinch and Tom Frazier. Back row, left to right, includes coach George Bistransin, Wayne Glenn, Chuck Greenawalt, Dan Lafferty, Tom Siljander, Tim Muirhead, Gene Moore, Pete Shaffer, Glenn Hutchison, John Cihonski and manager Walter Cicchiani.            Butler Senior High School - Swimming Team - January 7 1964 - archived by Ed Nebel
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Photo of Main St. - Looking north -  Downtown Butler Pa. - COLOR - December 2, 1968. archived by Ed Nebel
PUPPET TIME IN PENN TOWNSHIP - One of the joys of preschool life in the Penn Township class of the Butler Community Kindergarten is the puppet stage where the children dramatize some of the stories they hear from Mrs. Donald R. Miller, right, their teacher. Ringing the bells to announce  the puppet show are David McCune III, son of Mr. and Mrs. David McCune Jr., and Ruth Ann Baxter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter. Peering out from the puppet stage are Tracy Yates, daughter of Mrs. Patricia Yates, and Charles Miller Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller. All of the youngsters are five years old.-   February 24, 1965.   archived by Ed Nebel
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John C. Bowman - Eagle Photographer - with Hasselblad. May 9, 1967. Butler Pa. archived by Ed Nebel
FBI TRAINING - Patrolman Arthur McGuirk, New Castle, left, receives training in the use of the service revolver from FBI instructor James A. Treher as City Police Chief Samuel Lasky looks on. The training is taking place at the City Police pistol range every Wednesday during June, July and August.                                             Butler City Police - Pistol Instruction - June 5, 1968. Butler Pa. archived by Ed Nebel
Butler High School - Prom - Mickey Haley placing crown. May 16, 1969. Butler Pa. archived by Ed Nebel
Photo of Main St. - Looking north -  Downtown Butler Pa. - COLOR - December 2, 1968. archived by Ed Nebel