Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1946
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Third Row: Mr. J. Gordon Starr, Mr. Henry Hollinger, Mr. Paul Billett, Mr. Howard Moyer.
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Whenever you see the yellow Dodge you can
be sure "Bob" isn't very far away. He hates
string beans to the point of being allergic to
them. He likes horseback riding. especially
with beautiful girls. and prefers physics class
in school. He'll miss the fun of school activi-
ties most after he leaves A.H.S. After gradua-
tion. Bob intends to go to an embalming
school in Cincinnati to study to become an
undertaker. Good luck. Robert.
Class Oflicer 2 Chorus 3
Basketball 1 Yearbook
BERYLE ISABELLE BECK
"Becky", the quiet girl with the artistic tal-
ent, spends her leisure time brushing up on
her art. She likes to listen to jazz bands
while reading comic books. Spanish is her
favorite subject and she claims her best school
hours were spent in gym class. She intends to
go to business college after school. Anybody
looking for a good bookkeeper?
MILDRED IRENE BEHNEY
"Millie" is the attractive brunette who can
make the biggest bubbles with her bubble
gum. She likes swimming and basketball and
doesn't like to write letters. Spanish is her
favorite subject and she wants to travel after
graduation. Before all you guys start taking
Spanish and rushing to Mexico, remember,
she speaks English too. She claims the only
thing she'll miss about school is the holidays.
Bon voyage, Mildred.
JANET MYRL BIXLER
"Babe",,as she is known to her friends. is part
of the Struphar, Fernsler, and Bixler Corpo-
ration, Among her many friends in school,
these are the ones she will miss most of all.
She dislikes German but likes dances, movies.
study periods. and physical education. Her
favorite subject is Latin and "Holy Ike" is
her most common expression. After gradua-
tion she wants to take up nursing at St.
Josephs Hospital in Lancaster. Lots of luck,
MARK HENRY BORDLEMAY
"Mick" is the tall friendly Hman" of our class
who always has a trick up his sleeve. He
enjoys anything but work and studying. We
remember him for his unexpected jokes. His
favorite subject is physics. In school he likes
study periods best-especially those 3 o'c1ock
periods of former years. Well, Mark, we hope
you will be lucky and successful in life.
ROBERT DANIEL BRUNNER
"Bob" is the tall, quiet boy whose main inter-
est in life is "Jean". He likes practically
everything except writing letters and his fav-
orite expression is "WuhZ" Physics is his fav-
orite subject and he's really going to miss his
friends after graduation. His main ambition
is to marry "you-know-who." For your sake
Bob. here's hoping the post-war rolling pins
Track 3 Yearbook
MARY ELIZABETH CAPRIOTTI
"Mary" is the vivacious girl who likes music,
dancing, and skating. She dislikes Spike
Jones' Orchestra and her favorite expression
is "Bite Mel" Spanish is her favorite subject.
After graduation she'1l miss school activities
and the kids most. She plans to manage a
dress shop in the near future. That's one way
to be sure of always having a new dress!
LAWRENCE LEE DODSON
"Dotz" is the happy-go-lucky fellow who's
always ready to have a good time. He likes
to eat, swim, and play basketball. Confi-
dentially we think he likes the girls too, but
he won't admit it. He dislikes turnips, but he
really should eat them to get an A in his
favorite subject, physical education. He'll
miss the study periods most after leaving
school. He intends to join the Navy. We'll
keep you supplied with sea-sick pills if you'1l
let us know, Lawrence.
Chorus 3 Baseball 3
Track 2 Basketball 3
JACQUELINE BETTY DUBSON
"Jackie" is the nickname of this friendly.
congenial member of our class. We see her
working industriously in school but she is
subject to unconventional impulses. She likes
crabcakes, swimming, and a "certain" sailor.
Guess who? There aren't many kinds of foods
she likes. but she does like to eat. English is
her favorite subject. Dances rate high on her
list of nice things about school. After gradua-
tion .lackie would like to go to dramatics
school. Best of luck and happiness to you.
Newspaper 2 Senior Play Yearbook
Cheerleader 3 Chorus 4 Basketball l
Class Oilicer 3
CLAIRE LUCILLE DUNN
Nutsy can often be found traveling with
Windle and Sxve to the movies or any place
where there IS anything doing She seems
very quiet and bashful until you really learn
to knoxx her She can also handle herself on
the dance floor Her favorite subject is busi
ness mathematics She likes to swim and to
skate and what about the Coast Guard
Clane' Her motto is Love Live and Let
Live The best of everything to you Claire
MARIAN JOYCE ENSMINGER
Pinky as most of her friends call her IS
the petite girl who comes from the east end
of Annville You always know she is around
for you hear her exclalrning Holy Cow'
She likes to dance and she also likes physical
education Her favorite subJects are German
and Latin After graduation she wants to be
come a telephone operator Lots of luck
RUTH ANNA FASNACHT
"Ruthie" is one of the seniors who prefers to
enjoy life without bothering too much about
school. Among the things she likes in school
is history. Outside of school, movies and
bicycling are at the head of the list. The gum
shortage has been felt by Ruth and an in-
crease in the supply will be a big help to her.
As yet she has not decided what she is going
to do after graduation. Lots of luck and suc-
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DOROTHY IRENE FERNSLER
"Dot", as she is known to all. is a quiet.
friendly girl in school but rather lively and
fun-loving. Her favorite pastime is dancing,
tshe really is a solid senderl. She dislikes
to hear people tap their feet or fingers. His-
tc-ry is her favorite subject. The thing she
likes best about school is, of course, the
dances. "Gee whiz!" is the expression by
which she voices her opinion at times. Af-
ter graduation Dorothy would like to become
a nurse. Well, Dot, we all hope you have the
best of everything possible.
Newspaper 1 Senior Play, Prompter
Chorus 3 Yearbook
ROBERT HARRY FISHER
Whenever you hear the melodious notes of
the violin you know without looking that it
is "Bob". We can always depend on Bob and
his violin for a special program. He certainly
played a good part in the senior play too. His
favorite subject is physics. He likes to hunt,
swim, and dance. After graduation he wants
to join the Navy and later on study music.
Chorus 1 String Ensemble 1
Class Officer 1 Orchestra 5
CARL SHIFFER FRY
"Buck", the fellow who reminds us that good
things come in small packages, is the helpful
and studious person everyone knows. He
enjoys fishing and dislikes work tso he saysl.
Solid geometry is his favorite subject. He
likes the study periods and dances at school.
"Well I'll bel" is his most used expression.
After graduation "Buck" intends to go to
college. We wish you health and success in
your life, Carl.
Newspaper 2 Basketball Manager 2
Safety Patrol 4 Senior Play
Yearbook Class Officer 2
WINFIELD CHARLES GERBER
Whenever you hear that expression "Son of
an Ethiopian" you know that "Winnie" is
around. If you want to find him, look at home
last because he spends much of his time at
the pool room and also at Reedy's Restaurant.
The subject which he likes best is health. He
likes to hunt, play pool, and also play cards.
He does not like to dance but is very faithful
at the dances, spending most of the time play-
ing cards. After graduation he wants to take
up trucking. Lots of luck, Winfield.
MARY MARGARET HEAGY
"Heagy", as her friends call her, seems very
shy until you learn to know her. Then you
often hear her calling "Hey!" and inquiring
about her German lesson. She hates to study
but her favorite subject is German. She
spends most of her leisure time listening to
the radio. After graduation she wants to be-
come a receptionist for a doctor. Lots of luck,
LAWSON ALTON HEMPERLY
"Hemp" seems to be a very quiet boy until
you get to know him. He is very active
around school and you can usually find him
in Miss Butterwick's music room. That's why
he'll miss music most after graduation. His
favorite subject is history. He likes baseball
and all other sports. After graduation "Hemp"
wants to be a farmer. 1Now we know where
to get some butter.J Best of luck in your new
Chorus 4 Band 5
Orchestra 5 Baseball 3
DAVID RYDER HORST
"Dave" is a good all around sport when it
comes to having fun, He is known to most of
us as one of our outstanding basketball play-
ers. "Dave" doesn't like to work but in sports
it's a different matter. His favorite subject is
physics. After graduation he would like to
become a physical instructor, Good luck,
David. We know you will make a good one.
School Paper 2 Track 6
Basketball 3 Yearbook
PAUL DUNCAN INGRAHAM
"Hinge", "Ingy", or "Shorty"-take your pick
-are just a few of the names given to this
six-foot-two hunk of man who has a great
enthusiasm for edibles and chewing gum.
"Hinge" dislikes getting up on cold mornings,
especially when he has to go to school. His
favorite subject is history while "Oh, I'11 get
it!" is a common expression for him. After
graduation "Hinge" intends to go on to school
-Where?-Best of luck and happiness to you.
Basketball 3 Student Council 1
Senior Play Yearbook
VIOLET EMMA KREIDER
"Violet" with the curly hair and blue eyes
thinks there's nothing prettier than early
summer mornings. To her, there's nothing
more annoying than to be driving at night
and pass a string of other cars whose drivers
won't dim their lights, Her main likes in
school are physics and her class mates. Violet
wants to go away to college and then start a
business of her own. We know she will be
successful. Best wishes from all of us.
Chorus 2 School Paper 2
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ELEANORE CATHERINE LIGHT
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who has a way and sense of humor all her
own She enJoys dr1v1ng and gets the car at
every oppoxtunlty Dont mentlon seafood to
her for she d1Sllk9S It Her favor1te subject lS
h1story Darn' IS the express1on by Wh1Ch
she gets r1d of steam At school she I1kQS
those mformal Tuesday afternoon study perx
ods After she graduates El 1S gomg to go
to school most l1ke1y she w1ll become a
teacher We hope you w1ll have success and
happlness IH all vou undertake Eleanore
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Chorus 4 Senlor Play
RUTH ELEANOR LIGHT
Butch as she IS better known IS a qu1et
and unassumlng senlor She IS an accom
pl1- hed sportswoman and wants to be a phys
ICHI educat1on mstructor Her favorlte pas
t1me IS domg anythmg connected w1th sports
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her own qu1et way Everyone wlshes to
extend her a hearty hand clasp
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CHARLES WILLIAM MARIANI
"Charlie," everybody's friend. has his thumb
in every pudding. Charlie said he's going to
miss everything about school. except the
studies. but especially the dances and Jean.
His favorite class is history and the one thing
that makes him lose his temper quicker than
anything is falling on the ice While skating.
We can hardly wait to see Charlie in his
State Policeman's uniform. Good luck.
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LYDIA ELIZABETH MARIANI
"Shorty", outside of school, is a waitress and
a very good one at that. She enjoys sports
but hates cowboy music. Her favorite subject
is business mathematics. After graduation
she would like to start a restaurant for her-
self. If any fellow is interested in a job as
"soda-jerk," there will be a place open for
you. We wish you the best of luck. Lydia. in
your new undertaking.
DALE RICHARD MILLER
"Jew". as his fellow friends call him. is the
dark-haired boy who can almost always be
found at the Pennway Barber Shop, for that
is where he works after school. Naturally he
wants to become a barber after graduation.
The things he likes best about school are the
study periods and physical education. He
serves on the Safety Patrol of the school. Lots
of luck in your career, Dale.
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LORRAINE GRACE MILLER
"Blondie", with the green eyes and hearty
laugh for any joke, wants to settle down in
a little apartment with some nice guy. This
is all very fine as far as Carl Bentz is con-
cerned. Blondie said Carl was the thing she
liked best. Her favorite subject is Spanish
and when school's over she says she will miss
seeing all her school chums. l'm sure they're
going to miss you, too, Blondie.
PHYLLIS LOUISE MILLER
"Phyl" dislikes intensely her other nickname,
"Stump". She's the cute, friendly little girl
who is always willing to lend a helping hand
to a friend in need. "Phyl" likes people in
general and that's probably why she'll miss
the kids most when she leaves school. Span-
ish is her favorite subject and when asked
what she intended to do after graduation, she
replied, "Most anything." That covers a lot
of territory, but we wish you good luck in
everything you do, Phyllis.
Senior Play Class Ofiicer I Yearbook
Basketball 1 Chorus 3 Newspaper 2
Cheerleader 2 Student Council 1
SYLVIA PAYE MILLER
"Sive", a pleasant, dark-haired girl, saYS she
likes men more than anything else. 1Be care-
ful, boys, you're being watchedj Never try
to take her to an opera because she hates
them. Her favorite saying is "I know that for
a fact." The only thing Sive likes about school
is study hall. After graduation she would
like to be a stenographer. Good luck, Sylvia,
Basketball 1 Yearbook
ELLIOTT VALENTINE NAGLE
Someone is always playing a joke on "Bud"
who calmly takes it. His favorite pastimes are
swimming and ice skating but Bud says he
dislikes dancing and it's a waste of time as
far as he's concerned. Heres something to
prove he doesn't mind being kidded all the
time. He said that he'1l miss the "cutting up"
in school more than anything else. but he
also enjoyed physics class. Elliott hasn't made
up his mind as to what he'll be doing after
graduation but we wish him the best of luck
in whatever he chooses to do.
Orchestra 4 Band 3
CHARLES FRANCIS PYLES
"Charley" is a very quiet boy, but he gets
his exercise and enjoyment from roller skat-
ing. He likes school and his favorite subject
is business mathematics. "Charley" favors the
new periods and the different activities. Af-
ter graduation he would like to enter college
and further his education. We wish you the
best of luck in your future years, Charles.
DOROTHY IRENE SCHELL
"Dot". who is a quiet little girl, gets much
enjoyment from movies. Don't mention work
to her because she hates it. Dot's favorite
subject is German but she also enjoys phys.
ed. You can always tell when she is arovnd
because of her favorite expression-"Bar
loney!" After graduation Dot would like to
be employed by the Bell Telephone Company.
The best of everything to you, Dorothy.
JEAN LOUISE SCHMUCK
t'Jean" is the blue-eyed blonde whose life
revolves around "B0b". Strangely enough,
she likes a few other things. including ham-
burger steak. french fries. chewing gum, and
skating. Her main dislike is school, but she
does like Spanish and she'll miss the kids
after the school days are over. Good luck.
Jean. in everything you do.
FLORENCE MARGARET SHERRIFF
"Florence", as you may guess, is going to miss
geometry class most of all when she leaves
school. But she'll be going to college where
she intends to study music and mathematics.
She spends her spare moments playing the
piano. This she does very well and we have
enjoyed listening to her. Florence came to
A.H.S. in her sophomore year from Hershey
High. Best wishes from all of us.
Chorus 2 Senior Play, Prompter
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BEVERLY JEANNINE SHIRK
t'Bev" likes dancing particularly. but there
aren't many things she doesn't like. Her fav-
orite subject is physics. After graduation she
intends to go to New York to study to be-
come a nurse and .1 mighty good one she'1l
be too. Bev joined forces with us in our
freshman year when she left Lebanon High.
Since then she has made many friends here
in AH S. who wish her the very best of luck.
CHARLES WEHBER SIMMONS
"Charlie" is the boy with his feet on the
ground and his mind in the air. This will
make it easy to understand why Charlie
wants to make aviation his life work and
why one of his main interests is models-
airplane and otherwise. Spanish is Charlie's
favorite subject in school and the thing he'll
miss most are his classmates. A.H.S. won't be
the same without his wise cracks. Good luck.
Charles, in whatever you do.
School Paper 2 Airplane Club 1
Senior Play, Stage Manager
DONALD FRY SMITH
"Don" may be small, but that doesn't hold
him back in sports at all. We will always
remember him as the speedy little basketball
player and the second baseman on the base-
ball team. "Don" said there isn't much at all
that he'll miss about school but physics is
his favorite subject. His ambition after school
is to find a job where he doesn't have to
work. All of us will miss "Don". What would
A.H.S. have been without his slow, dry
humor! We wish the best of everything to
Basketball 4 Safety Patrol 2
RAYMOND SEIDERS SMITH
What is it? Superman? No. that's just "Itch"
driving around. as he says. He likes women
and says they occupy most of his time. His
favorite subject is business mathematics and
he also likes those "phys. ed." periods every
Tuesday. We will all miss those daily recita-
tions in geometry class, "Itch",
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DORIS MARIE THOMAS
RUSSELL RICHARD SMITH
"Russ" is the quiet, blonde boy with the slow
grin. He likes playing baseball and does all
right as a pitcher. Russell is one who seldom
gets disturbed. He'll miss the study periods
and history class when he leaves school.
"Russ" hopes to enlist in the Marine Corps
after graduation. All of us wish t'Russ" the
best of luck and quick promotions.
GRACE IRENE STRUPHAR
"Stroop" is the curly-haired lassie who al-
ways has a smile for everyone. She loves to
play the piano tstrictly for her own enjoy-
menth and gets her exercise by playing volley
ball. She likes Miss Myers' Latin classes, and
enjoyed study periods more than anything
in her twelve years in school. After gradua-
tion, her ambition is to become a nurse. If
anyone needs a nurse in future years, you
might try St. Joseph's Hospital in Lancaster.
"Thomas" is the conscientious student who
played the part of the maid in the senior
play. She enjoys a good football game as
much as she hates oysters. Her favorite sub-
jects are chemistry and physics. which ex-
plains why she liked Mr. Billett's classes most
in school. Her ambition after graduation is
to go to college and major in sciences. Who
knows, may be she'll discover a new element!
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"Ruthie" is the quiet little girl who hails
from Clear Springs. Among her many sub-
jects she likes Spanish above all. Much of
her time is spent by reading and playing
cards. She certainly likes her gum too. She
doesn't like to write letters. Her motto is
"Live and Learn," Ruth is not certain what
she wants to do after graduation, but what-
ever you do we wish you lots of luck and
hope that you will remember those good old
high school days.
DORIS ELOISE TREIBER
"Doris"-we aren't allowed to mention her
nickname-is an attractive brunette and
quite active lalthough not always in studiesb.
She likes horseback riding and driving, and
just adores Peter Lawford. Her only dislike
is cowboy music, while English is her favor-
ite subject. Doris's ambition is to become an
airline stewardess. Be careful, girls, your
husband can always find an excuse to go to
Chorus 3 Basketball l Yearbook
Newspaper 2 Senior Play
CAROLYN CELIA WINDLE
"Sis's" presence can easily be detected, for
she is always talking. This is probably why
she likes Tuesday and Friday study periods.
She enjoys sports and just loves to go on
dates. lThere is your chance, boys? Her
favorite saying is "My Achin' Back!" which
can be heard from one end of the hall to the
other, The only thing "Sis" will miss about
school is 3:45 p.m. After graduation she would
like to become a secretary.
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Basketball l Yearbook
RAYMOND ELIAS ZELLERS
"Ray", as he is known to his buddies, is a
man of few words but his ambition is to join
the Navy, where actions speak louder than
words. His favorite subject is physics. He
says he likes "women" but he doesn't like to
go to school and is quite glad when 3:45
comes. Good luck, Raymond.
0 The class of 46 was first unlted 1n our
Freshman Year Just as a herd of cattle push
1nto a stockyard so our frollcklng class of sev
enty four puplls marched lnto Mr Zelglers
home room on the openlng day of school My
but we were exclted to be Cfinallyl 1n h1gh
school' The class elected Carl Fry as our pres
ldent of th1s year and Wlth h1s leadership we
selected beaut1ful class colors maroon and
grey The year passed 1nclud1ng all the pranks
fhookey playlng a specxalty wlth the boys? of
happy Freshmen and we ended lt by Jo1n1ng
the hxgh school 1n a h1ke to Mt Gretna
Sophomores as we entered Mr Hollmgers
sophomore room in the Fall of 1943 We st1ll
had lots of pep 1n us and were anx1ous to have
another year of fun and study Cmostly funl
We elected Robert Bean as our pres1dent He
saw to lt that our class wasnt made a wall
flower We were actlve at school dances and
were very surpr1sed when Charlxe Mar1am
walked off the floor Wlth first prlze for wmmng
a Jxtterbug contest By now we were really be
gmnmg to be adult students
Thls year we chose our emblems and pen
nants and dxd our faces llght up when we
showed them to the Jumors and Senlorsl We
celebrated the closmg of the sophomore year
w1th another tramp to Gretna Does anyone re
member who the sophomore was that fell ln
the water reach1ng for a Junlor g1rls hand?
CShe was 1n a canoe?
The summer of 1944 passed much too soon
for us and we agam found ourselves deep IH
study only th1s year we were Jolly Jumors
Ah yes to be a Jolly Jumor agam would mean
much happ1ness to us but to continue our his
tory' Mr Starr was our home room teacher IH
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cur Jumor year At our Hrst class meet1ng we
lected ofiicers and found that Charles Maflanl
was to be our pres1dent of th1s year CChange
able werent we"J He began tak1ng our class
over the coals and we belleved ourselves to be
the most popular class 1n A H S We ordered our
class r1ngs and recelved them before Chr1st
mas Yes they were gorgeous stlll are'
In February we planned for the Junxor Sen1or
Prom It was held on Aprll 13 1945 and many
changes could be seen 1n the actlons of us
1946 ers We d1d a Hne Job fpat pat? and had a
At last we became Senlors and were really
dlgnlfied' MISS Bossard was our home room
guardlan but compl1mented us on the fact that
no guard was needed for our class we were
re elected pres1dent of our class and vue began
workmg on a class annual We succeeded 1n
gettmg permxsslon for It and work was be
gun Along Wlth worklng on our annual fnamed
Tm: GREYSTONEl we had to th1nk of our Sen1or
Play The play finally came and was the great
est success of any known We are very proud
to say that StHtlStlCS w1ll show that we are
We then came across another obstacle our
president res1gned and the v1ce pres1dent Rob
ert F1sher took over In a short whxle he caught
on to the knack of thlngs but we finally suc
ceeded 1n fimshmg the class annual Then we
got ready for our final Job commencement
All the usual rout1nes were met and we fwlth
tears 1n our eyes and memorles 1n our heartsl
marched forward for the last tame to our aud1
torlum stage and recexved our dlplomas
The future holds much 1n store for the grand
class of 46 Although we started w1th seventy
four members and ended w1th only forty elght
we are sure that forty exght vull be a success
ln l1fe The forty elght states of Amerlca be
came a success so we w1ll too
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I s1mply had to wr1te to you th1s evemng even
though I feel qu1te exhausted from a day of
sxghtseemg here 1n Par1s
As I was observmg the pa1nt1ngs 1n the
Louvre I not1ced a most outstand1ng work
wh1ch had recently been awarded the Interna
t1onal Art Award I was amazed to dxscover that
the HTIISI of the masterp1ece was none other
than our own Paul Ingraham Seexng H1nges
name made me start th1nk1ng of the Jolly bunch
1n the Class of 46
Several weeks ago m London I bumped 1nto
that casanova Charles Sxmmons now Com
mander S1mmons He IS work1ng 1n W3Sh1Dg
ton w1th the Navy A1r Corp and was on a spe
clal ass1gnment ln London We went to dxnner
and he told me the whereabouts of all our old
I was dellghted to learn that Ruth L1ght and
Dav1d Horst have taken over the physxcal edu
cat1on work at Hershey H1gh School Also that
Eleanore Llght IS grade school prlnclpal at
A H S Whlle Dor1s Thomas IS head of the Eng
l1sh department at her old Alma Mater LVC
Then too Carolyn W1ndle 1S pr1vate secretary
for Prof Sherr1ff who has assumed her new du
t1es as rnathemat1c1an at Vassar Dale M1ller has
a 1966 model barber shop and Robert Bean
had succeeded Mr Kreamer as mort1c1an Grace
Struphar Janet Blxler Annabelle Albr1ght
and Beverly Sh1rk are all RN s and work1ng
1n d1fTerent hOSp1ta1S
Charles also told me that the last t1me he
was 1D New York the fleet was 1n and those
sea wolves Itch Sm1th Don Sm1th Red Zel
lers Dotz Dodson and Charlle Pyles were wolf
1ng all over New York Robert F1sher 1S play
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1ng IH Carneg1e Hall 1n January I certamly
hope I Wlll be back 1n t1me to hear h1m M11
Behney and Blond1e M1ller are travelmg
South Amerxca and that l1ttle bombshell Phyl
M1ller IS 1n the floor show at the Stork Club
SylV1H M1ller and Beryle Beck are Hlllng sec
retar1al capac1t1es on Wall Street Jackle Dub
son IS teachmg dramatxcs on Broadway Jean
Schmuck has been Mrs Robert Brunner for
more than SIX years and they have three l1ttle
Brunners Ruth Fasnacht was marrxed th1s past
June but I do not know to whom
In the old hometown Lydxa Maflanl has
bu1lt a new deluxe restaurant and has a very
thr1v1ng bus1ness S1nce Mark Bordlemay has
h1s own slaughter house he supplles Lydxa as
well as the town folks w1th n1ce fresh meat
new farm VIOIGI Krelder and Mary Caprotti
are ln DUSIHSSS too and domg well Dorothy
Schell and MHFIOD Ensmmger are the head tele
phone operators at the Lebanon exchange
Charles Mar1an1 IS now uslng h1s dramat1c ab1l
1ty 1n the state execut1ve department He was
lecently promoted to the rank of major 1n the
Pennsylvanla State Pol1ce
I trust you are havlng a super t1me flymg for
the Pan Amer1can A1r LIUCS The snapshot you
sent me was str1ctly on the beam Those un1
forms certamly are attract1ve Please dont get
hooked to any blg Whlg unless he IS really a
Van Johnson Peter Lawford and Rockefeller
Well It IS str1k1ng deux heures and I have
breezed enough for ton1ght It has been good
to rem1n1sce and It really seems l1ke yesterday
that we were all one happy famlly 1ns1de the
walls of A H S
A tantot for the present and may we see
each other soon
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That we the class of nxneteen hundred and
forty SIX of the Annv1lle H1gh School 1n the
State of Pennsylvanla belng of sound and d1s
posxng mlnd memory and understandmg and
consldermg the uncertalnty of lxfe do there
fore make publ1sh and declare th1s to be our
last W1ll and Testament before leavlng the
prem1ses of our beloved surroundmgs 1n man
ner and form followmg
To the faculty honest hope that they find fu
ture classes more xnterested 1n educatlon
To the oncommg Seniors a wlsh that they
may have a semor year filled w1th happmess
as was ours
To the Sophomores extra breath and perse
verance for the home stretch
To the Freshmen great quahty of hope hope
that they too may some day become Senlors
1f they dont get dlscouraged marrled
To selected members of the remaznmg classes
we bequeath the followmg
To Hazel Brownsberger the eHic1ency of Jac
To Louls Ercolx the deslre for femlmne rec
ogn1t1on of Charles S1mmons
To Anna Llght the 1ntellectual ab1l1ty of
her s1ster Ruth Lrght
To Jean Asper the helght and pOlb9 of
To Betty L1ne the desxre for mascul1ne sur
roundlngs d1splayed by our mascul1ne mmded
classmate Sylvla M1ller
To Mary Arndt the eye for deslgns d1splayed
by Beryle Beck and Paul Ingraham
To Anne Shroyer the Iturb1 Touch on the
keyboard d1splayed by Eleanore Llght
To Joe DeLong those curls that make the
oppos1te sex Slt up and take not1ce of Bob
To Robert Forker Carl Fry s reasonable fac
Slmlle of a Joke usually shown 1n hxstory class
To Mar1lyn Mrller the ab1l1ty to control her
wa1st l1ne as shown by Dorxs Trerber
To Robert Kern the profess1onal touch on
the v1ol1n d1splayed by Robert F1sher
To Merv1n Boyer the perox1de wave of Ray
To Hxlda Staeger the OI'1g1I'l3l and most be
commg han' styles d1splayed by Carolyn Wmdle
To Thelma Poorman the ablllty to chew gum
wxth all the sound effects xncluded, usually
heard when 1n the presence of our classmate
dylng appllcatlon to our school and homework
and to our mterest 1n thmgs fem1n1ne
To our dear and fazthful teachers our s1n
cere gratltude and thanks for then' pat1ence
and pers1stent effort rn teachmg and gu1d1ng
us throughout our entlre school l1fe
To anyone conszderzng talczng up the profes
szon of a barber Dale Mxller s 1dea of a perfect
halrcut and shave
To our sad sons and daughters to the faculty
and to thezr hezrs and asszgns forever all the
resldue of earthly possesslons wh1ch w1ll re
mam 1n that dwelllng place commonly Called
the Semor Room
As classes have always left th1s one SDGCIHC
thmg to the faculty so we leave to them the
pr1v1lege of wr1t1ng recommendatlons for us
unt1l we w1ll have establlshed ourselves ln the
cold hard world
To all who have not been speczfzcally men
tzoned zn thzs Wzll look 1nto the bag of great
quahtles quant1t1es and qu1rks and take that
wh1ch you want flOm the departlng semors
May all our bequeaths brmg future success and
happmess w1th1n the sacred Walls of A H S
As OUR LAST OFFICIAL ACT we hereby ap
pomt the presldent of the .Tumor Class of the
Annvllle H1gh School as EXECUTOR of th1s our
last W1ll and Testament
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First Row: Erma Lehman, Jean Schmuck, Doris Treiber, Violet Kreider, Lorraine Miller, Jac-
queline Dubson. Ruth Tobias, Eleanore Light, Dorothy Fernsler.
Secomi Row: Lydia Mariani, Claire Dunn, Carolyn Windle, Sylvia Miller, Florence Sherriff,
Beryle Beck, Mildred Behney, Mary Caprotti. Beverly Shirk. Ruth Light, Ruth Fasnacht.
Third Row: Russell Smith, Raymond Zellers, Wilbur Bachman, Elliott Nagle, John Moore
, Charles Pyles, Phyllis Miller.
Fourth Row: Janet Bixler, Marion Ensminger. Doris Thomas, Mary Heagy, Grace Struphar
Annabelle Albright, Dorothy Schell, Donald Smith.
Fifth Row: Robert Brunner, David Horst, Raymond Smith, Robert Fisher, Lawrence Dodson
Charles Simmons. Dale Miller.
Sixth Row: Robert Bean, Charles Mariani, Paul Ingraham, Mark Bordlemay, Lawson Hemperly
Standing: Carl Fry, Winfield Gerber.
President: ROBERT FISHER
Secretary: CAROLYN WINDLI-3
Treasurer: RUTH LIGHT
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First Row: Christine Unger, Jean Asper. Marilyn Miller. Eleanore Tice, Doris Umberger, Marian
Funck, Marian Heisey.
Second Row: Mary Dutweiler, Dorothy Fox, Eleanor Graby, Jane Brandt, Anne Shroyer, Mary
Arndt, Juneathene Boger, Evelyn Sattazahn. Arlene Graby, Alberta Heller. Anna Light,
Third Row: Betty Line, Patricia Dipper, Jeanne Horst, Peggy Hoffman. James Miller, Dorothy
Ellison, Thelma Poorman, Hilda Staeger, Hazel Brownsberger.
Fourth Row: Victor Herr, Louis Ercoli, Luther Harner, Howard Kreider, Henry Reiner, Glenn
Baylor, Robert Forker, Joseph DeLong, Dale Longenecl-cer, Paul Boltz. Charles Graby,
Fifth Row: Marvin Lentz, Peter Kruger, Donald Meyers, Donald Risser, Mervin Boyer.
Standing, L: Stanley Anspach, John Peters.
Standing, R: Ammon Mariani, Dale Winters.
President: HENRY REINER
Vice President: DONALD RISSER
Secretary: HILDA STAEGER
Treasurer: ANNA LIGHT
First Row: Alice Weaver. Shirley Whisler, Betty Lou Herr, Janet Binkley, Madlyn Bowman
Helen Smoot, Josephine Raggiunto, Marguerite Ferland, Geraldine Heisey, Grace Strupp,
Arlene Smith, Christine Heilman, Jean Zearfoss.
Second Row: Doris Behm, Lyndith Snoke, Marion Long, Kathryn Pyles, Lorraine Smith,
Phyllis Allwein, Virginia Wagner, Virginia Sherriff. Kathleen Starr, Elizabeth Liskey, Nancy
Saylor, Mildred Wagner, Doris Zimmerman. Alma Sattazahn.
Third Row: Richard Zimmerman, David Horn, Bernice Ensminger, Phyllis Brunner, Dorothy
Ristenbatt. Violet May Horst. Rose Marie Baylor. Lloyd Heisey, Jack Thomas. A
Fourth Row: Harold Gebhart, Richard Light, James Kreider, Joseph Arndt. Walter Wilt,
Warren Wenger, Ernest Viozzi, Russell Anspach.
Fifth Row: Donald Bucher, Jack Hartz, Earl Gebhart, Dale Hemperly. Randall Aungst, James
Funck, Edwin Kreider, Edgar Teahl, Richard Behney.
Standing, L: Richard Loy, Philip Mariani.
Standing, R: Gene Dohner, Milton Flickinger.
President: DAVID HORN
Vice President: ERNEST Viozzi
Secretary: NANCY SAYLOR
Treasurer: RICHARD LONGENECKER
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First Row: Alva Herr, Kathryn Landis, Shirley Longenecker, Betty Zeigler, Estella Garrison,
Christine Graby, Betty Nauman, Mary Witmer, Evelyn Hanley, Ruth Haak.
Second Row: Kay Speece, Jane Zellers, Betty Black, Jacqueline Fortna, Arlene Yeagley. Mabel
Cutman. Ruth Schmuck, Violet Zeigler, Florence Beck. Josephine DiAngelis, Beatrice Bach-
man, Sylvia Fatteroli, Josephine Ellenberger, Mary Whistler.
Third Row: Marilyn Long, Jean Kohr, Jennie Parazol, John Hoffman, William Miller, George
Wenrich. James Wagner, Joan Bowman, Gloria Werner, Gladys Meyers, Mildred Gerhart,
Joanne Shaak, Jean Boltz. Patricia Heilman, Ruth Dutweiler.
Fourth Row: Valentine Bernardo, Peter Kline, Carl Berry, Charles Dipper, Drew Fetterolf,
Ernest Anglo, Walter Knight. '
Fifth Row: Lynn Hostetter, Kenneth Blauch, Roy Light, William Fegan, Lawrence Kreider,
Luke Ruhl, Richard Hollinger, Robert Love, William Nauman.
Sixth Row: John Powell, Harry Smith, Dwight Graby, Elmer Tobias, Eri Meyer.
Seventh Row: Clarence Eberly, Thomas Bixler, LeRoy Tittle, James Light, Clarence Snyder,
Standing, L: William Smith, Donald Longenecker.
Standing, R: Russell Blouch. John Weaver,
President: JAMES WAGNER
Vice President: ERNEST ANGELO
Secretary: JAMES LIGHT
Treasurer: B1-:TTY ZEIGLER
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First Row: Charlotte Teahl, Alberta Barnhart, Frances Shroyer. Sara Heilman, Palm Condori,
Anna Mae Walters.
Second Row: Barbara Kingsley, Mary Jane Kern, Betty Kling, Joanne Brandt, Catherine
Horner, Doris Miller, Marilyn Wolfe, June Poorrnan, Betty Windle, Janet Firestine. Alice
Bomberger, Iris Baker, Helen Hoffman, Mary Lou Albright.
Third Row: William Dipper, Larry Aungst, Kathryn Long, Mary Flickinger, Rosalie Schmuck,
Tanet Hartman. Betty Livering, Rosanna Walters, Emma Kline, Mary Pyles, Jack Bixler, Am-
Fourth Row: Ray Gerhart, Francis Zimmerman, George Struble. Joanne Tittle, Christine Fields,
Fred Hartz, John Bernardo, Neil Smith. Martin Miller.
Fifth Row: Edwin Heisey, Fred Bross. Stephen Simmons, Carl Shirk, Larry Pickle, Wayne
Blantz. Ralph Moyer, David Ensminger, Richard Rotunda, Samuel Yeagley.
Sixth Row: Donald Ristenbatt, Harold Blantz, Ralph Brightbill. Melvin Sweigert, Kenneth
President: ALBERTA BARNHART
Vice President: BARBARA KINGSLEY
Secretary: RICHARD ROTUNDA
Treasurer: LARRY AUNGST
Reporter: KENNETH UMBERGER
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Kneeling: Helen Garrison, Helen Sherrilf.
First Row: Betsy Benz. Lucy Brubaker, Mary Sheetz, Verna Ziegler, Jean Bixler, Shirley
Waltz, Gladys Speraw. Betty Hoffman, Joyce Shettle, Elsie Sweigert, Helen DiAngelis, Janet
Miller, Doris Kohl, Dolores Hapner. Joan Smith.
Second Row: Marian Zellers, Jean Shenk, Dorothy Dipper, Frances Thomas. Rose Sudberry.
Raymond Fry, Roger Pyles, Donald Brandt, Clyde Dohner, Robert Shaak, Ronald Treiber,
Mildred Nauman, Dora Mariani, Esther Taltz, Janice Umberger, Beverly Birch,
Third Row: Carl Gerber, Sterling Bordlemay, William Kapp, James Unger, Robert Gruber,
Gerald Bean, Kenneth Herr, Joseph Goss, Edward Bernardo.
Fourth Row: Donald Kern, Richard Fortna, Robert Bowman, Frank Ausso, Calvin Zerhing.
Clyde Rohland. Richard Tice, David Wenger, Harry Donmoyer.
President: GERALD BEAN
Vice President: JOYCE SHETTEL
Secretary: BE'rsY BENZ
Treasurer: FRANCES THOMAS
Reporter: ROBERT GRUBER
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First Row: Stanley Anspach. Jeanne Horst, Phyllis Miller. Jack Thomas.
Second Row: Ernest Viozzi, Charles Mariani, Paul Ingraham. Robert Bean, Donald Myers.
' The Student Council of A.H.S. was born only this year Q45-461, but has
accomplished many things in its young life. '
This is an organization of the student body, represented by several
members from each class. The president, Charles Mariani, and vice-presi-
dent, Phyllis Miller, are seniors. The secretary, Jeanne Horst, and treasurer,
Stanley Anspach, are juniors. lt seems the sophomores are just innocent
bystanders, but they have just as much authority as a senior or junior
The activities of the high school are in the hands of the Student Coun-
cil. Since this group has taken charge of them, there seems to be more
interest shown. The Council is also in charge of bettering our school. When-
ever the Student Council asks for anything from you in the future, give
it to them, because you can feel certain that it will benefit you and not
just one individual.
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First Row: Larry Aungst, Ammon Sweigert, Neil Smith, Richard Tice. Samuel Yeagley.
Second Row: Ralph Brightbill. Richard Zimmerman, Richard Rotunda, Wayne Blantz, Lawrence
Dodson Carl Fr .
Third Row: Harold Blantz, Donald Smith. Kenneth Umberger. Fred Bross, Dale Miller, Ray-
' Safety is the theme of this valuable organization. Headed by Carl Fry,
the boys leave school at 11:20 and 3:20 to assist in helping the grade children
across the street.
Each year an award for outstanding service is given to the boy with
the best record. Students who have received this are Henry Reiner and
The work of this group has been very successful and accidents have
been very few. They deserve special recognition for their excellent work
and may next year's squad establish an even better record.
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First Row: Erma Lehman. Eleanore Light, Jacqueline Dubson, Anne Shroyer, Doris Treiber.
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Second Row: Patricia Dipper, Jeanne Horst, Phyllis Miller, Marion Ensminger. Peggy Hoff-
man, Hilda Staeger, Dorothy Fox, Juneathene Boger. Hazel Brownsberger.
Third Row: Betty Black, Mary Arndt. Violet Kreider, Christine Umberger. Mr, Henry Hol-
linger, adviser: Kathleen Starr, Annabelle Albright, Dorothy Fernsler,
Fourth Row: Henry Reiner, Donald Myers, Peter Kruger, Carl Fry, David Horst, Dale Longe-
necker, Charles Mariani.
Fifth Row: Robert Forker. Luther Harner, Robeit Fisher, Charles Simmons. Mcrvin Boyer.
' The Annville School Crier was first published by the Class of 1941. At
first it was considered a school project, but under the direction of Mr.
Henry Hollinger it became a town publication.
Editors-i1z-Chief-JAcQUELrNE DUBSON, ELEANOR LIGHT
Associate EdifOTS-PHYLLIS MILLER, ANNE SHROYER
Business MURQQCTS-CARL FRY, DALE LONGENECKER
Service Page-ANNABELLE ALBRIGHT, CHARLES MARIANI,
VIOLET KREIDER, ROBERT FISHER, LUTHER HARNER
SPOTIS-HENRY REINER, DONALD MYERS, MARY ARND1'
F9dtUT9S-DORIS TREIRER, DOROTHY FERNSLER, PEGGY
Alumni-PATRICIA DIPPER, JEANNE HoRs'r
Quiz WiZdTd-LUTHER HARNER, PETER KRUGER
Circulation-ERMA LEHMAN, HILDA STAEGER, MERVIN
BOYER, JEAN ASPER, MARIAN ENSMINGER
Humor, Snoop af Scoop-CHARLB SIMMONS, RORERT
FORKER, RORERT KERN, HAZEL BROWNSEERGER, CHRISTINE
Sophomore R9DOTl9TfKATliLEFIN STARR
Freshman Reporter-BETTY BLACK
Grade News-JUNEATHENE BOGER
8th Grade Reporter-KENNETH UIVIBERGKR
7th Grade RQPOTICT-'ROBERT GRUBER
Faculty AdUiSCT7HENRY J. HOLLINGER
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First Row: Carolyn Windle, Lorraine Smith. Gladys Meyers, Gloria Werner.
Shirley Longenecker, Evelyn Hainly. Geraldine Heisey.
Second Row: Doris Umberger, Jeanne Horst, Anne Shroyer, Anna Light, Jean Asper. Hilda
Staeger. Dorothy Fox. Patsy Hellman. Jane Zellers, Betty Zeigler,5Betty Black.
Kathleen Starr, Madlyn Bowman.
Third Row: Miss Helen Butterwick, supervisor, Erma Lehman. Eleanore Light.
Phyllis Allwein. Doris Behm, Elizabeth Liskey, Virginia Wagner, Violet Mae
Ristenbatt. Mildred Behney, Grace Struphar, Phyllis Miller, Dorothy Ellison, Jean Zearfoss.
Fourth Row: Dorothy Fernsler, Ruth Light, Jacqueline Dubson, Doris Treiber,
riff, Annabelle Albright.
Fifth Row: Lynn Hostetter, James Wagner. Drew Fetterolf, Carl Berry, James Light. Richard
Light, Robert Fisher, Roy Light.
Sixth Row: Edgar Teahl, Robert Forker. Luther Harner, James Miller, Lawrence Dodson,
Seventh Row: Peter Kruger. Charles Mariani, Robert Bean. Lawson Hemperly,
' Our School would be incomplete without this energetic group of students
who, being the better vocalists of our school, keep the music ringing through
With its capable accompanist, Miss Myers, the chorus participates in
the Spring Concert and Commencement exercises. Annville's chorus has
always maintained a high standing and this year's chorus is holding up the
reputation. The Glee Club is popular entertainment and offers excellent
training for vocalists in the primary class.
Seated: Richard Rotunda, Donald Brandt, Elsie Sweigert, Francis Jean Shroyer, Juneathene
Boger, Iris Baker, Alberta Barnhart.
Standing, First Row: Miss Helen Butterwick, supervisor, Erma Jean Lehman, Joan Smith.
Charlotte Teahl, Anne Shroyer, Roy Light, James Light, David Shroyer, Virginia Wagner.
Francis Thomas, Ruth Light. Lucy Ann Brubaker, Mervin Boyer, Eleanore Light.
Second Row: Marilyn Long, Anna Light, Melvin Sweigert, Edgar Teahl, Edwin Kreider, Am-
,mon Sweigert, Robert Gruber, William Miller.
Third Row: Robert Forker, George Struble, Jane Zellers, Mary Jane Kern, 'Betty Black, Kath-
leen Starr. Jean Zearfoss.
Fourth Row: William Fegan. Lawrence Kreider, Robert Fisher, Lawson Hemperly.
' Even though our band does not have uniforms and participate in parades,
they are a popular organization in our school. Under the direction of Miss
Helen Butterwick, the band presents a most enjoyable concert each spring
and entertains us on various other occasions.
The delightful music which we hear is achieved by hard practice and
steadfast determination. The pupils have a great deal of musical talent
and are very apt in learning new pieces.
We hope that in the near future the band will be able to secure uni-
forms and to take part in many town events.
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First Row: Virginia Thomas, Virginia Fredericks, Patsy Matz, Florence Sweigert. Stanley
Fredericks. Lydia Fry. Karl Long, Louise Moyer.
Second Row: Dennis Schwenk, Alfred Hoak. Stanley Light. James Miller. Judy Kreider.
Gardner Boyer, James Seltzer.
Third Row: Mary Jane Weiland, James Long, Thomas Baylor, Kent Bailey, Samuel Allewein,
John Starr, Miss Helen Butterwick. supervisor.
Fourth Row: James Bachman. Eleanor Frezeman. Elizabeth Reiff, Virginia Drumgold. Sara
Stauifer, Robert Bieher.
' The Junior Band is composed of pupils of grades one to six. Miss Helen
Butterwick, our music supervisor, and Prof. Clark Carrnean from L. V. C.
Conservatory, along with the help of seven student teachers, have organized
practices every Monday and Tuesday afternoons. They plan to continue
this organization so as to provide material for the Senior Orchestra.
The student teachers from L. V. C. who have devoted their time to this
worthy project are: Miss Frezeman, Miss Drurngold, Miss Stauffer, Miss
Weiland, Miss Reiff, Mr. Bachman, and Mr. Bieher.
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First Row: Phyllis Miller, Eleanore Light, Jacqueline Dubson, Doris Treiber, Doris Thomas.
Second Row: Robert Fisher, Charles Mariani, Paul Ingraham, Robert Bean, Carl Fry.
' The senior play, "Almost Summer," was presented on November 15 and
16. lt was one of the most outstanding plays ever to be presented in A.H.S.
The cast was supported whole-heartedly by the audience, who gave them
The parts were ably portrayed by the following:
Mr. Jones ...............,... PAUL INGRAHAM Jack ............. .... R onnnr BEAN
Mrs. Jones .... ELEANQRE Llcur Junior Jones ........ . CARL FRY
Paul Jones ..... ..... C 1-mnuzs MARIANI Lilah Johnson Pi-iYLL1s Mrnum
Mary Jones .... .. JACQUELINE Dunson Mr. Smudgely .... Roslanr Fismgn
Jane ..... ,.... ...... D o ms Tasmin Anna .......,... .... . .. Doius Tuoivms
The play was directed by Mr. Henry Hollinger and was characteristic
of the fine plays which he has directed. Our sincere thanks is extended
to him for the fine work he has accomplished in this field.
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First Row: Donald Smith, David Horst, Paul Ingraham, Dale Longenecker, Lawrence Dodson,
Second Row: Carl Fry, manager, Joseph DeLong, Donald Myers, Louis Ercoli, Mervin Boyer,
Mr. H. G. Moyer, coach.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
' Annville High dribblers again ran out on several county basketball
courts with the purpose of bringing glory to A.H.S.
Our boys opened the season on Dec, 7 by journeying to Hershey. A
splendid game was played but the Trojans turned us back 39-25.
The red and white boys gave all they could towards winning the league
games, but until Feb. lst, we had won only two. Our team had a streak of
bad luck this year, but next year's dribblers assure us that they will bring
top honors to our Alma Mater.
Dec. Ian. Feb.
Hershey Away 4 Schaefferstown Away' 1 Palmyra Home'
Middletown Home Myerstown Away' 5 Hershey Home'
Hummelstown Home Palmyra Away' 8 Schaefferstown Away'
Womelsdorf Away Cornwall Away' 12 Myerstown Away'
Cornwall Home' Schaefferstown Home' 19 Womelsdorf Home
Myerstown Home' 22 Cornwall Home'
26 Palmyra Away'
' League Game
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First Row: James Funck, Ernest Viozzi. Jack Thomas.
Second Row: Earl Gebhart, Richard Behney, Richard Light, James Kreider.
Third Row: Carl Fry, manager. Randall Aungst, Mr. H. G. Moyer, coach.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
' The Jay-Vee basketball team concluded a successful season with a record
of nine wins and three losses. Among the boys who played outstanding ball
for the red and white were "Merf" Boyer, high scoring forward, Richard
Light, Ernest Viozzi, and "Shorty" Thomas.
The Jay-Vee's opened their season by trouncing the Hershey, Middle-
town, Hummelstown, Womelsdorf, and Cornwall teams before finally losing
Myerstown also defeated the juniors, but the boys came right back to
beat Cornwall by a decisive score.
Our thanks is extended to the Jay-Vees and we hope that all of them
will be on the Varsity team next year to lead Annville High school through
a victorious season.
First Row: Richard Loy, Ammon Mariani, Donald Bucher, Jack Thomas, Richard Behney,
Stanley Anspacht, Victor Herr, Russell Smith.
Second Row: Lawrence Dodson, Clyde Shaffer, Lawson Hemperly, Charles Tice, Donald Smith,
James Bixler, John Peters, Robert Forker.
Third Row: Mr. Paul Billett, coach, Donald Risser, Norman Bucher, Richard Umberger, Carl
Light, Joseph DeLong, Ernest Viozzi, Charles Simmons, Luther Harner, Edward Hillard,
' Annville High's 1944-45 season was played according to the standards of
Annville High School. Because of Bucher's capable pitching and Stan
Anspacht's speedy "spit-ballsf' our team Won great honors in the field.
Coach Billett's persistence was the reason for the "great hittersi' on
the team. We'll always be proud of Don Smith and "Lefty" Dodson, who
never failed to hit a homer and save the game.
We, the class of '46, appreciate what our last year's baseball team did
to bring honors to our school. We thank you and hope that this year's team
can do just as good a job.
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Standing, Rear: Anna Light. Miss Eleanore Witrneyer, coach.
Team: Phyllis Miller. Dorothy Ellison, Carolyn Windle. Juneathene Boger, Jacqueline Dubson.
Marilyn Miller, Lorraine Miller. Doris Treiber. Ruth Light, Claire Dunn. Sylvia Miller. Jean
Asper, Jane Brandt.
' For the first time in four years A,H.S. has organized a feminine group of
cagers. Coached by Miss Witmeyer, the girls were not long in learning the
technique of the game and they rallied to maintain the high standard of
previous girls, teams.
Most of the games were played after school and the first game was
quite an experience, but everyone came through pleased and confident.
The all around sportsmanship of the girls was very praiseworthy. Al-
though they did not establish an impressive win column, they exhibited
speed and determination.
Captain Phyllis Miller and co-captains Ruth Light and Lorraine Miller,
plus several other members of the team, are graduating this year, but the
present juniors show great possibility for next year's team.
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