Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1949
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Table of Cnntents
II ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY
THE GREYSTONE STAFF,
Feature Editors-Jane Zellers
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M BYRL NYE ADAM D MILLER Vzce Preszdenz
SAMUEL O GRIMM Secretary OSCAR S LIGHT Treasurer
DAVID K SHROYIIR Preszdent
J GORDON STARR
First Row: J. G. Starr, Mrs. Sara Brubaker, Mrs. Dorothy Keller, Miss Rhoda Ziegler, Miss Mary
Jeanne Reynolds, Mrs. Ruth Maulfair, Sec'y., Miss Mary Lehman, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnhart, Mr. Henry
Sccond Row: Mrs. Ferne Eberly, Miss Jean Hudyma, Miss Marion Swartz, Miss Mildred Myers, Mrs.
Ada Light, Miss Ada Bossard, Miss Eleanor Witmeyer.
Third Row: Mr. Richard Murr, Mr. Howard Moyer, Mr. VVilliam Young, Mr. Paul Billet, Mr.
First Row: Miss Vera Deck, Miss Sadie Emrich, Mrs. Nancy Ziegler, Mrs. Sarah Lannon, Mrs. Mary
Svrond Row: Mrs. Oakey Light, Mrs. Edna Kreider, Mrs. Eleanor Young, Miss Grace Berry, Mrs.
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Ernest Frederick Angelo
"lfrni:-i, is this yt-ztr's president of thn-
senior elass, and anyone will tell you It-A
has done commendable work. llis lawr-
ite sports are: basketball, hunting and
fishing. Ernest has a pleasant smile for
everyone, and uses his pleasing person-
ality and initiative for many svltool
projects. The art work in this hook at-
tests to his artistic ability. He has plan-
ned to join the Navy after graduation.
WY' wish him the best ill his Navy
Sarrcr 2, Class 0j7irer 2, Stngc ,Unn-
nger 2, Yearbook Staff.
Beatrice Romfatine Bachmrln
nBeaty" is known to be a very quiet
girl, that is if you don't know her, but
after you know her she has a joke for
every occasion. ller favorite subject is
Home Economics. In school she can be
found wherever "Chop'Chop" and
"Josie" are. They make quite a trio.
She has not made any plans for the fu-
ture as yet, hut you will be a fine home-
Florence Ruth Beck
"Be-ckyl' is one of a crowd that con-
tains "Ev" and "Cork." Everytime they
are seen they are laughing. When
"Becky" gets wound up about some-
thing, Oh Brother! Look out! She likes
bookkeeping and reading. Heading her
list of dislikes are oysters. She enjoys
playing sports and dancing. It is said
that she and "Ev" get around quite a
bit, maybe it's only a rumor, but I doubt
it. In the future she is thinking of sec-
retarial work and here's wishing you the
best of luck, "Becky."
Prompter, Newspaper 2, Class Officer,
Student Council, Yearbook Slap, Infra-
THE GREYSTONE 12
Valentino Rudolph Bernardo
"Duots" is our star ba-ke-tlnill play:-r
from the senior vlass. and also an out-
standing English studs-nt. llis favorite
sports ara- bask:-thall and SXSllIlHllIlQl.
,Xftvr hi- days at school are on-r, yall
Van find him "down town" or skating:
and dancing. lit- dislikes hgoltltliggf-r-"
and says he would like to travel 'alien
out of svhool. WR- wish you the best of
luck in your future years. Yalvntino.
lfaslfellzall 3, Traelf I, Socrer I, Safe'
ty Patrol 2, Baseball 1.
"Rabbit" is a tall blond who is con-
stantly seen stalking the halls. He has
a very cute blush. Tom is a fiend for
collecting pictures, especially of girls.
In his spare time he likes to swim and
also dance. Rabbit wrote the personal
writeeups for the Greystone. lie has his
heart set on be-Corning a member of the
lf. S. Navy.
Chorus J, .'Veu'spaper 1, Junior Play,
Senior Play, Yearbook.
13 THR GREYSTONE
Carl Victor Berry
Carl is the never-a-Care-in-the-world
type, always on the happy side of life.
ln school most of his time is devoted
to typing and having a good study pe-
riod. Tennis is his favorite sport. We
will never forget him in the marine's
uniform for his part in our Senior Play.
He says he would like to travel when
he is out of school. We hope his future
is as bright and interesting as his
Student Counvil 1, Chorus 2, Junior
Play, Senior Play.
Kenneth Ernest Blanch
When we first inet "Km-ni' in our
Russell Harolrl Blouch
freshman year, he seemerl quiel and re-
served, lllll now sinee we know him, he
has heeome afrienllly anrl goocl-natnretl
person lo know. lle has proven lo he
very valualile on the lraek team in lhc
lllll1flI'i'Kl'y8l'tl flash anll hroall jumping.
lle likes geomelry hest of his School
sulmjeels. with English as the least likecl.
lle is good at swimming anll hunting
rleer. we prelliel a successful future for
Russ ns he Is knolvn lo lu- llllIlllll'5
is a man of few worlls, liul it is his
lnilion to lravel, wllere aelions speak
l0lllll"I' lhan vsouls. llls favoillm suhjmnt
is nialh. lle savs he likes "lJeautiful
girls, lml llC1llblllxl'b goltllllgge
Russ says lu-'ll miss lhe 'Seutting up" in
seliool more than z1n'thinff else. llis
favorite sports are liaseliull aml svliln-
ming, XXllIl'll he rloes a lol of. XX e sin-
lulure years, Russell
Safely 1'aIr0l 2.
s lutk in 1
lean Louise Boltz
"Jeanne" is known to all A. ll. S. as
having a cute little smile. She never
seems to he in a hurry, for she always
lakes her goml-olcl-time. She and
"l.ongie" are always seen together. ller
favorite subject is Arithmetic and she
likes flaneing and ucutting-up." She al-
so likes pretty clothing and fried
shrimp. She dislikes cally people and
straight hair. In the future she plans on
lravelinfn See lhe world and have lots
o un, Jeanne
Girls llzorus, flass 0 zcer, Drum
mujoretle, lllzzecl fhorus 2 fheerlearl
Ing, lolor Guard lBandl 1' H A
THE GREYSTONE 14
Joan Loretta Bowman
L'Bowman," as she is known to all
her friends, is the eute little girl that
gets around and knows all the tricks.
She and "Rudy" are always seen to-
gether. Being outstanding as a writer
she also excells in shorthand. Bowman
loves to read ll bet a book wouldn't
keep her away from a dancet. She also
likes the male sex and likes to dance.
In the future she is going to business
college and we wish her the best of
Chorus 3, Senior Play, Newspaper
Staff, Drill Squad.
Ruth Anna Dutweiler
"Dm" believes that "silo-nee is gold-
en." She is very polite and very studious.
ller favorite sttbjeet in sehool is typing
and she likes to listen to the radio.
tLove stories or tnurder'!t She likes
honest people of which she is one. She
doesn't like people who think they are
"IL" She plans on working in an of-
fice after school. We know you will do
15 THE GREYSTONE
Charles Louis Dipper
"Dipper" as his friends call him is
the jovial fellow who Can always be
found at Hostetter's Radio Store, for
that is where he works after school. The
things he likes best about school are the
study periods and physical education.
His favorite sports are hunting and bas-
ketball. ln the future he wottld like to
do a lot of traveling, if there aren't too
many "Colddiggers" around. Lots of
Helen Marr Erickson
"Erick" just came to us at the begin-
ning of our senior year and has proven
herself very useful. We all admire her
for her accent. She gets a kick out of
our accent too. Her favorite subject in
school is gym. She loves to knit and
likes sports and the male sex in gen-
eral. She doesn't like catty people. She
plans to become a physical education
teacher in the near future. Lots of luck
to a swell girl, "Erick"!
Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 1,
Girls Basketball 1, Girls Ensemble 1,
Josephine H. Ellenberger
"Jo" is the seniors' quiet little "red-
headf' She is very polite to everyone
and always has a big smile for you. In
school she likes Home Economics and
her favorite pastime is sewing, at which
she is very talented. She also likes typ-
ing, but dislikes history and arithmetic.
As yet her future is undecided, but in
whatever you choose, lots of luck "Joni
F. H. A. 2.
janet Eleanor Evans
"Evans" is known to all her friends
as being an all-around good sport. She
is always ready for a good laugh and
continually asking for gum. lDon't you
know you aren't to chew gum in school,
"Evans"J ? She and .lane make quite a
twosome. She likes study-hall and loaf-
ing. We heard she does both at the
same time. She also likes sports and
dancing, but isn't too wild about fussy
people. The future for her holds a nurs-
ing career and we know she will be the
best nurse ever.
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Chorus 1, Bas-
ketball 3, Student Council 1, Senior
THE CREYSTONE 16
William George Fegan
"Dutch," the most ardent student in
llr. 5Ioyer's gym class, is always around
to humor us with his laugh and jokes.
His sport is hunting and he never lets
them get away without a fight. Bill can
always he found in a place where there
is anything going on. lle would like to
travel after his senior year. Good luck
Band 3 fhorus 3 Orrheslral Query
Y, 1 y ' ,s I .
Jacqueline Hilda Forma
"Jackie" is not very talkative, but
after you get to know her you can't get
a word in edgewise. She is always seen
with Shirley, which is quite a twosome.
She loves spaghetti, but doesn't like
people who gossip. lDon't you like
women at all?P Her chief interests lie
in Lebanon. She likes bookkeeping and
plans to be a secretary in the future. I
wouldn't mind letting her keep my
books straight, would you? Lots of luck
to you, "Jackie-."
Basketball .llanager 3, Senior Play,
.lunior Play, Chorus 1, Drill Squad.
T THE GREYSTONE
Drew Terry F etterolf
Terry, as he likes to he called, is a
four-letter man in sports, with a good
record in all of them. Baseball rates
highest with him, while chemistry rates
first as a school subject. He likes very
much to indulge in eating, but not
work. Drew will miss the dances at
school most of all. But then he intends
to turn to a job with the Navy. We
know, Drew, that if you do as well in
your held as you do in sports you will
be a success.
Basketball 3, Soccer 2, Baseball 3,
Track Z, Chorus 3, Student Council 1,
Junior Play Stage Manager, Senior Play
Evelyn June Hanley
"Ev" is known throughout A. ll. S. as
being the person to go to when you are
down-in-the-dumps. You'll be laughing
in a minute. We don't know what she
has, but it certainly is something. She
is very happy-go-lucky and get this--
her favorite pastime is going after slick
men! Not bad "Ev," not bad at alll
She adores crab-cakes, but doesn't like
people who gossip. She is planning on
being a stenographer. Lots of luck to
Junior Play, Senior Play.
Dwight T. Craby
"Dwit" as he is known to many of us
is a good all-around sport when it comes
Io having fun. llc enjoys basketball,
driving a car, but dislikes "work" tso
he sayst. Math is his favorite suhject in
school. But what he will ltliss most
about school is the study periods and
gym classes. llis ambition after school
is to join the Navy and learn a trade.
Lots of luck, Dwight.
Patricia Ann Heilman
"Path is the cute little hlonde of tht-
A'49's." She is very glad sht- lives in a
town where there is a college 4l..X .fI.l.
She is always seen with Rosy and she
is always on the Ngo." ller favorite
subject in school is study hall and
while she is there she loves to day-
dream. She also likes swimming and
dancing. ller dislike is conceit:-d peo-
ple. After school she is going to find
life very interesting. She is going to
travel to California and there- find a jolt.
Our best wishes go with you, "Pat"l
Girls Chorus I, ,Uixed Chorus 2,
F. H. A. 2.
THF CRI-'YQTOYF 18
Richard Wakefield Hollinger
"Holly" is a good all around student
and sportsman in school, with history
as his favorite subject. llis favorite
sports are swimming, football. and
dancing. He has played an actin- part
in almost all of the school activities. al-
ways giving his best to them. lle'll miss
the history classes and dances when he
leaves school. But he won't miss history
for very long for he intends to major in
it at college. Following his datl's guid-
ance and in his footsteps we know that
he will be a swell teacher.
Baseball 2, Track 2. Soccer ,llanager
1, Yearbook Staff, Chorus 1, Sfzulent
Council 3, Newspaper Staff 2, Senior
Walter Franklin Knight
"Walter," who remintls us of the
strong and silent type, is a like-alrle fol-
low who made many friends he-re at
school. He is fond of history and hast-V
ball. :Xt home he spends much of his
time reading and sleeping. When hn-
ished with high school he would like In
he-corne an accountant. We know you
will succer-tl. W alter. for "xslt:-rr
thert-'s a will ther:-'s a way."
19 THE CRFYSTONE
Peter Woodrow Kline
"Pete," a brawny six footer, is maine
ly interested in math at school. lle likes
football and eating, but doesn't care
for the "new look" in dresses. lle en-
joys having fun and is always ready to
help with his share. After school is
over he would like to join the Navy.
We wish you lots of luck, Pete.
Soccer, Baseball 1.
Philip Lawrence Kreider
Whenever you see the maroon Chevro-
let you can be sure "Larry" isn't very
far away. He is very active in the music
department where he beats music out
on the drums. He is a top-notch student
in all of his studies but prefers chemis-
try. He likes to hunt, swim, and dance.
All of his time is not spent on school
work, for he sees quite a lot of his
sophomore girl-friend. After he is out
of school he has plans for attending
college. Good luck, Larry, in your fu-
Chorus 1, Junior Play, Senior Play,
Basketball 3, Band 3, Class Oficer 1,
Orchestra 2, Track 1.
,lean Elizabeth Kohr
"Jeanie" with the light brown hair is
known to everyone. She is always ready
to talk to you and has a big smile for
everyone. Her favorite subject in school
is study hall twho doesn't like thatb?
She likes the song "My Bill." Any con-
nection there, ".leanie,'? She likes the
"new look," but shivers at the thought
of bookkeeping. ln the future she plans
on being a secretary and then sees a
wedding ring. Best of wishes, ",leanie"l
Chorus I, Senior Play, lunior Play.
James Frederick Light
"Jim" is an all around fellow. Clever,
hearty, and happy. He has become an
important part of our class, for he al-
ways helped in school projects for en-
tertaining and studying by showing "the
movies." .lim's favorite class is geom-
etry and his best liked sport is football.
Photography is one of his hobbies.
In the future he would like to operate
an outdoor theatre of his own. If he does
as good work in his business as here
at school we know he will have a thriv-
ing business. Best wishes, Jim.
Chorus 3, Band 3, Orchestra 3, Year-
book Staf, Stage Manager 2.
THE GREYSTONE 20
Roy Hcilrnnn Light, fr.
qppy. u typical high school twn-
zigivr. 1 .1 y
s ' se-llfllkcil fe-llow, llis popu-
larity is sluc lo a gooil-naturc. a lricnfliy
rII1ll1'Z1Illl8 cle-wr humor. Talking alioul
hunior -hc was a nulural for llu- parl
of l.li-ly III thi sinior play. llis fur-
olilv' suhjr-ct in school is history. his
faxorilf- lcisurc hours are- s me-nl Jlavin-'
fooxball ancl "running around." Whcn
hc le-an-s school hr- will miss thc study
pcriofls and school ilanccs mos! of all,
llf ls unilcclilcfl about his futurc. hu!
wc know. Hoy. that whalcycr in you :lv-
culc upon. you will lu- a succcss
ffhorux 3, Junior I'luv, Senior l'lm'.
A-t'Il'X!I!IIft'l' Stuff 2. lfilsvlfrzll ,llrrnrzgcr 1,
Ymrlimrlz Staff, Sorrffr l.
Donald Eugene Longenecker
"Don" is thc rollcr-skating champ of
the- sr-mor class. llc ls a wry stuilious
and Iakcs his school work seri-
Hc enjoys skating and dislikes
rcwl hcads iso lie' saysl. He like-s the
pf-riods ancl ilancvs al school.
intcnds lo join thi- Nayy or hc-
conic a public accountant. Whichi-xi-r
you choosc, Donalil. wc wish you luck,
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use a -, Traci: 2, .Sfzlery Patrol J,
Marilyn lean Long
"l.ongic" or "Bean" is known to all thc
scniors as always lmost always! hcingl
latc for school in :lic morning. W'hal's
thc rnaltcr, "Bcn"'f Sha- anil .lcan arc
always sccn Inge-thcr. lla-r fayorilc suli-
jcct in school is history unil shc ailorcs
sports. She- could A-al spzighctti cw-ry
day. plus ice crcani. Unc thing shr-
docsnt like- is snohs. .-Xflcr school slit'
inte-mls lo work. Good luck "Be-n." and
Illiikk' your millions in a hurry!
Ifrzml 3, Urflzeslnl 2, .llifxcil Chorus
2, Girls lfhnrux I, F. H. .-1. 2.
Shirley Arm Longeneclrer
Shirley, one of the cute seniors, is al-
ways seen going to or from Lebanon.
Wvhat would you do if Lebanon didnit
exist, Shirley'f? Every morning you will
find her and Blackie" coming joyfully
to school. 5hirley's favorite subject in
school is hookkee-ping. She likes to
dance and eat. She dislikes stuck-up
girls. llcr plans for the future hold sm--
rctarial work. l.ots of luck to you, Shir-
llixed Ifhorus 2. Girls Chorus I,
Drum 'llajorelle 2. Balm' Secrelary 1,
Junior Play prompter.
Richard Milton Longenecker
"Rich" as you may guess is going to
tniss IYI-Jiilg most of all when he leaves
school. Ili- might seem to you a quiet
lioy, hut hc gets his ext-rt-isp and en-
joyment from howling and hast-hall.
After school is over he would like to
travel, if he doe-sn't get drafted. With
his pleasing personality and brains me
are sure he will travel far in the career
he chooses. We wish you success in
your future years, Richard.
Robert Eugene Love
"Lovcyi' who is a buddy to all of th
can he found at Stony's Restaurant
wht-re he uorks after school. llc like-s
history and shop the he-st of his school
subjecfls. llis favorite sports are hunt-
ing and fishing and he likes to skate or
Swim very much. lle doesn't like to be
around quiet women. hut prefers to talk
and dance with them. In the future he
would like to try a career with the
Navy. Lots of luck in your career, Bob.
THE GREYSTONE 22
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liri lu-liz-wh in fullmsing ax W-ll-lrul
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Luke Albert Ruhl
"Rulilie-" is the- fruit-nian in husine-ss
with flooelinan and Ye-aggt-r anrl he has
done- we-ll for th:-in. lle- is quite- an e-asy
ff-llow to ge-t along with, antl is always
re-atly to share in work and fun. Ile vn-
joys math and footllall, but tloesrft
care- much for loud-mouthe-el girls. In
the future he would like- to operate a
fruit and produce- busine-ss. Luke-, we
know that with your background and
industry you will succeed.
Betty lane Nauman
Be-tty, the- quiz-t little- e'onune-re'ial stu-
dent. is always sf-e-n with l"lore-ne'e-. She-
may he- quit-t. hut wlie-n you ga-1 to know
her she is always laughing. He-r favor-
ite- suhje-Ct in school is English anel slu-
lovees to elay-elre-ani. lwillo eloi-su't'!l
She- also like-s baske-thall anel to take'
walks. lliloe-s that nie-an alone- or with
an e-se'ort'fl Thi- only thing: Be-tty
doe-snil like- is pe-oplv who try to lu-
more- than the-y re-ally are-. lla-r plans for
the future- are- ineli-finite-. hut lots of lurk
in whatr-Ye-r you ele-e'iele- to elo, lie-ttyl
Girls Iiu.xl.'t-Ilmll 3, lrurfmol: Stuff.
Ruth Marie Schmuck
'SRudy" is known to e-xr-ryono as the
girl who is always talking. lDon't you
1-ve-r stop talking, i'Kiuly'ift She- also is
inte-re-ste-el in l,e-hanon. twhat eloe-s Leflr-
anon have- anyway 'H ln school "Rudy"
likes arithnie-tic. Hi-r pastime- is rlanc-
ing, mostly at the- "Y," She- like-s lots of
flothe-s anel love-s to e-at, She- eloe-sn't
like- conce-ite-el girls. In the- futuri- Rueiy
plans on working: anel latf-r joining the-
Wave-s. l.oIs of lurk to you. "Huely"f
.llixerl ffhorus 2. Girls lfhorus 1,
.Ye-u'spupr-r SMH. Drum .Uujorclte 1,
F. H. A. 2.
THE GREYSTONE 24
Joanne Elizabeth Shaak
"Shaakie" is known for her good
school spirit. If you don't know what I
mean you should hear her at basket-
ball games. or any games as a matter
of fact. Oh Brother!! Her favorite sub-
ject in school is chemistry. She enjoys
listening to records and likes sports and
movies. She dislikes, very much, wait-
ing for people. 1Good you aren't a
boyz! She is going to be a physical
education teacher in the future. Lots of
Girls Chorus 1, ,llixed Chorus 2,
Girls Ensemble 2, Senior Play, Year-
book Stag, Girls Basketball 2.
William L. Smith
"Smitty," who reminds lls that good
things come in small packages, is an
outstanding track star. His faxorite sub-
ject in school is math, while his pet
peeve is anything that has In do with
women. Outside nf school he like-s to st'l'
good lllllXit'- and hockey games. After
school is over Bill plans to join the
Navy and learn a trade. We wish you
the best of exerything in your future,
Trai-lr 2, Soccer 2.
25 THE GRFYSTONE
Harry Miller Smith
Harry is a diligent student in all of
his classes, but prefers history to any
other. Baseball and basketball are his
favorite sports and he likes to sec or
hear major league baseball lPliila.
A's.7 llarry doesn't like people who are
"too inquisitive." When he gets out of
school he would like to pursue the art
of interior decorating. Best of lurk.
Flrner Edward Tobias
Strmgy is the man with the legs
that held down fir t base for our base
ball team Elmer ays that there isnt
much at all he ll miss about school but
math is his favorite subject His am
blll0H after school IS to be a mechanic
All of us will mlss him at first base and
his humor in shop and study hall. We
wish the best of everything to you, El-
Kay Frances Speece
"Speecie', is known to all as having
a very funny laugh. Excuse the ex-
pression, but it sounds like a 'gpigf'
When she thinks something is odd or
queer she uses the descriptive term
"foxy.'l She is very talented in dancing
which is her favorite pastime. She likes
pretty clothes and all sports. She dis-
likes moody people and despises tur-
nips. ln the future she plans to work
and then go to modeling school in
N. .l. Lots of luck to you, "Speecie',l
Junior Play, Senior Play, Girls Bas-
ketball 3, Cheerleader I, Class Officer
1, Band 3 lColorgnardl, F. H. A. 1.
James Harry Wagner
"Boogie" is one of the most popular
boys in our class and has a friendly
smile for everyone. He is also one of the
leaders on the basketball and baseball
teams and plays his best to win. When
".lim,' leaves school he will miss Miss
Witmeyer's Current Events Class more
than any other. We know that his good
character and leadership will prove him
a success in his field.
Baseball 3, Soccer 1, Basketball 3,
.lunior Play, Senior Play, Chorus 2,
Yearbook Staff, Class Officer 1.
THE CREYSTONE 26
George W enrich, Ir.
George hails from east of Annville,
but has made many friends in town.
He is one of the top students in math
class. You might see him at Bering's
bowling alleys where he works evenings.
Working there has made him quite a
bowling ace. In his spare time he says
he sleeps more than anything else, and
stays clear of conceited people. After
school he would like to start farming.
We wish you the best of luck in your
Mary Florence Whisler
"Chop-chop" can always we found
with Arlene and Beaty, and wherever
they are found all you can hear is gig-
gling. just like females! She is surely
happy-go-lucky. She likes history, read-
ing books and listening to the radio.
She always has something to eat and
likes ice cream, candy and soft drinks.
She doesn't like eonceited people. She
is not sure what the fixture holds for
her, but whatever it is, lots of luck in
F. H. A. 2.
ZT THF GRPIYSTONE
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Gloria Fay Werner
Gloria or "Blondie," as she is known
to some, is known for her corny but cute
laugh. She thinks it is wonderful that
our soldiers are being sent home from
Japan. I wonder why?'? In school she
likes history and music as her favorite
pastime. She loves ice cream and
toasted cheese sandwiches, but dislikes
snobs. In the future she sees a wed-
ding ring being slipped on her finger.
We hope you'll be very happy, Gloria!
Girls Chorus I, .llixed Chorus 3, Girls
Ensemble 3, Drum Majorelte 1, F. H.
' Yvg '
Mary Elizabeth Wilmer
"Betty', is known tn everyone as the
pin-up-girl of the senior class. She can
always be found at the L'Pennway"
where she is employed as a waitress. In
school her favorite subject is English
and she likes listening to records and
drawing. fShe is quite an artist.J She
also likes smart clothes, but doesn't
like conceited people. In the future she
plans to work and then go to modeling
school. Lots of luck, Betty!
F. H. A. 2.
Eugene Francis Wilson
6'Wilson" is the typing ace of the
senior commercial section. He likes typ-
ing as his favorite subject while foot-
hall is his favorite sport. His outside
life consists of numerous things, but
studying and sleeping top the list. He
doesn't care too much for work, but
plans on extending his commercial ca-
reer by attending Business College. We
are sure you will be a great success in
college and your future career.
A rlene Mary Yeagley
"Yeagley" is known all over A. H. S.
for her corny but cute laugh, which is
heard continually. She is always laugh-
ing and we sometimes wonder how she
does it. She loves to listen to the radio
and eat chili con carne and ice cream.
She doesn't like snobs and is certainly
far from being in that class. She just
loves Lebanon-or its fellows?? She
hears wedding hells in the future and
we want to wish her the best of luck.
Keep on laughing "Yeagley',!
THE CREYSTONE 2
Betty ,lean Zeigler
uzeigle-r" is the cute blonde of A. H. S.
who is known to everyone. Slit- is al-
ways seen walking up and down the
halls on some kind of business. She-'s a
busy bee and I do mean busy. Her
favorite subject in school is Spanish
and her favorite pastime is writing to
"Busli." She just loves spaghetti and
dancing. ller pet dislikes are conceited
people and oysters. Nursing heads her
list for plans for the future and we
know she'll do very well. Best wishes,
Girls Chorus I, fllixerl Chorus 2,
Senior Play, Cheerleafling 2, Class Uf-
ffer 2, Student Council 1, Girls Bas-
ketball 2, Newspaper Stag 3.
29 THE GREYSTONE
jane Ellen Zellers
"P0ochie" with her dark, tricky eyes
is known to all of us by all her activi-
ties. As an efficient forward, she plays
a mean game of basketball. During her
leisure time she likes to listen to the
radio, and in school her favorite period
is study hall. She dislikes girls who take
other girls' boy friends away from them,
but she likes fried oysters, fried egg-
plant, and "him," In the future she pic-
tures herself in training at Reading
General Hospital. We wish you success
Senior Play, Class Ofirer 2, Year-
book Staj, Student Council 2, News-
paper Staj 2, Girls Basketball 3, Mixed
Chorus 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Band 3, Or-
chestra 2, Girls Octette 3, Band Of-
CLASS COLORS Red and Steel
CL XSS 'NIOTTO Character I the c rner tone of Succt s
CL-XSS FLOW ER Red Ro e
It rs a httle hard to nmaglne that hack m 1943 1nly few l t ar ago tl l
of 49 entered hugh school as Freshmen We had a lot to learn but mth NI: s 'ylyer as
our home room teacher and .llfll Wagner a our pre ldent we oon fell ln hne and be an
to partlclpate ln school affaxr The cla elected red and teel a fur ce lor and vye felt
as though we really had accomph hed omethrng The year p I mth ll g el I I l
mostly good and all of u vye re loolung, forvyard to becomm Sophomore
eturnlng ln the fall of 46 a S ph1n1e1res we moved t the tl r ene of the hall
and occupied Mlss Wltmeyer home room We elected ,lane Zeller a our pre lde nt and
purchased hats pennants emblem and began to take more lntcret ln Uctr curricular
That year for the Hr t time A H S pon ore d a magazine campaign The Sophomore
home room went oyer the top and won the Ice cream party glyen to the room that brought
ln the most money per person
At the end of the year sharlng the expenses WIIII the Ere hmen w planned a c
cessful Freshman Sophomore Prom Ltlllklflg back over a happy and e f l ve xr
felt we were ready to become ,lumors
The summer passed qulckly as all vacatlons seem to do and we trooped hack t
A H S once more Wlth Ken Blauch as our presldent and Mr Hollinger as our home room
teacher we became a httle more dlgnlfled and took a greater mtere t ln our IIICIICS and
The highlights of our Junlor year yyere electlng and FQCYIVHIQ, cur Img I ents lg
China Boy as our ,lunlor Cla s Play and treatrng the Senlors to a very succes ful
Junlor Sensor Prom
As Sensors we now occupy 'NI1 s Bo ard s tradltlonll Sensor home room We have
already elected Ernle Angelo as our cla s pre ldent and ln the he lnnln f 'N yenlher
staged the most successful plav ln the hlstory of A H S Strictly Formal
It wlll not be long untll commencement roll around and fur lllgll cl ool earter yylll
be behmd us It certamly wlll seem strange to mot of u that vye mll n t he comm
In the f ll of 49 I seems a tough lt wa n t -1 on a 1 rat we ye e
figurlng out when we were golng to graduate Well lt IN almo t here and we will have te1
face the world on our own wlthout the guldlng hand of our teacher and parents Each
and everyone of us owes a debt to good old -X H S that we can never repay let s hope
that we all can do somethmg to make our Alma Mater proud of us
MOST HANDSOME Robert Loye
PRETTIEST Joan Bowman
BEST DRESSED 'VIary Wltmer Rlchard Holhnger
MOST POPULAR .lane Yeller Erne t Angelo
CLASS CLOWINS-Evelyn Hanley Carl Berry
ATHLETE Jane Zellers ,lame Wagner
BEST DANCERS-Kay Speece Val Bernardo
MOST COURTEOUS-Marv Wlltmer Kenneth Blouch
PIN UP GIRL Mary Wltmer
BEST DRIVER Betty Zelgler Ernest Angelo
CUTEST Gladys Meyer .Iames Wagner
MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Betty Yelgltr Rlchard Holhnger
EASIEST TO CET ALONTG WITH Helen Erickson Ernest Angelo
COINTRIBUTED MOST TO A H S Jane feller Richard Holhnger
MOST MUSIC-XL ,lane Zellers James Llght
BEST STUDENTS-Gladys Nleyer Rlchard Holhnger
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Dr AR BFTTY
m really enjoylng my vacatron here ln New
aork One thlng Iwe always wanted to do was to
go to a fortune teller and I got my chance yester
day Ill try to descrlbe my experrence to you
The room I entered was dark and mysterious and
rn the mlddle was a table wrth a huge crystal ball on
rt I sat down and gazed around the room As I dld
so a gypsy came from behrnd a curtaln I sat on
one slde of the crystal ball and she on the other
I told her I wanted to know what all my class
mates would do ln the future and thus IS what she
I see a lug chicken farm ln South Annvtlle
where Frl 'VIeyer IS lnmg happlly wtth his wlfe
,Iames Llght owns a large Dr1veIn Theater and
Evelyn Hanley and Carl Berry appear there every
Saturday ln person Wlth thetr Comedy Act
Richard Holllnger IS domg well as a radro com
mentator and .loan Bowman has a radro program
of her own called The New Look
Josephme Ellenberger IS deslgmng dresses for
Paramount and Mary Wltmer IS her model
Rev Walter Knlght IS Annvrlles new mrnlster
and Donald Longenecker ts teachlng mathematics
Eugene Wrlson has a contract to srng ln Holly
wood and Gladys Meyer 19 to accompany hlm at
Helen Errckson and Kay Speece are studymg
to be Physical Educatlon teachers
Arlene Yeagley IS domg well wlth her Cos
metlque and Antlque shop and ,lean Kohr IS man
ager of Lebanon s greatest store
Dr Wrllram Mlller has hrs office on Chestnut
Street and hrs wlfe Janet Evans makes a fine nurse
Jane Zellers lS about to make her thlrd ap
pearance at Carnegie Hall wrth her vrolrn and Wil
ham Fegan has an orchestra of hrs own Of course
he plays the drums
Shirley Iongenecker rs serving ln the W cs and
Richard l ongenecker IS dolng well ln the Mr Corp
.lacquelme Fortna owns the Dlamond Brand
Jewelry store and Nfarllyn long rs dorng perfectly
wlth her Corner Candy Store
Drew Petterolf drrves a midget racer ln the
summer and ln the wmter he spends hrs wrnmngs
Joanne Shaak just announced her engagement to
Harrv Smith ts now dlgglng graves for a IlVlllg
Clorla Werner IQ llvlng happily tn Florida and
Luke Ruhl ts out West on a lug ranch
Thomas Blxler 1s Wibflxlllg, ln the box factory
and ratsmg a healthy family They have eight boys
but Beatrlce Bachman his wife IIIQISIS she wants
Larry Krelder IQ ln charge of the surglcal ward
at Lancaster Hospltal
.lean Boltz owns a Beauty Salon and George
Wenrrch does her mamcurmg
Charles Drpper and Dwlght Graby are Janitors
a A H 5
Elmer Toblas and Ruth Schmuck are domg a
trapeze act at the Crrcus whlle Wlllram Smxth 1
busy tralnmg llons
.lames Wagner and Yalentmo Bernardo are
playmg on the 'Navy Basketball Team
Russell Blouch has a popcorn stand at Beaver
town and Peter Kllne 13 his assistant
Ernest Angelo has a taxr service and Mary
Whlsler ls hrs most frequent customer
Betty Zelgler and Robert Love are tourmg the
East Indles and Ruth Dutweller IS a mrssronary ID
I was really thrllled to hear what some of our old
classmates wlll be dolng Some thmgs dld seem
loglcal but others were quite pecullar
Im hoping to see you and your boy frrend Ken
neth Blauch ln a few days as my vacation rs prac
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Ruth Schmuck Joan Bowman Glona Werner Patrlcxa Hellman Joanne Shaak
Second Row James Wagner Roy Lxght Jacquelme Fortna Betty Nauman Jean Boltz Mary Whnsler
Beatrxce Bachman Helen Erxckson Jane Zellers Ruth Dutwe1ler Arlene Yeagley Joseplnne Ellenberger
Third Row Shxrley Longenecker Janet Evans Marxlyn Long Nlary Wxtmer Evelyn Hanley Dwight
Graby Wnllnam Smith Wxllnam Miller
Fourth Row Rxchard Hollmger Eugene Wnlson Wxllxam Fegan Russell Blouch Walter Knxght Drew
Fetterolf, Valentxno Bernardo, Charles Dnpper
Fifth Row Kenneth Blauch, Harry Smxth, Luke Ruhl, George Wenrxch, Donald Longenecker, En
Meyer, Robert Love, Carl Berry
Sixth Row Richard Longenecker, Peter Klme, Thomas Bxxler, James Llght, Elmer Tobias
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President Ernest Angelo
Vice Presuienl Larry Krelder
Secretary Florence Beck
Treasurer Betty Zelgler
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Smlth Alberta Barnhart Frances Jean Shroyer Iarry Aungst Emma Klme Dons Muller Emma Hntz
Second Row Palm Candon Kathryn Betz Paulme Henry Janet Fnrestme Delores McFeaters 'Vlary
Jane Kern Joanne Brandt Sara Jane Hoffman Helen Hoffman Catherxne Harner Mary Lou Albright
Kathryn Long Betty Klmg Mary Ellen Stone Patrlcxa Feng Charlotte Teahl Margaret Perazzolx Joanne
Tuttle Catherme Smlth Mary Fhckmger Sara Hellman
Third Row Ins Baker Rxchard Rotunda Donald Graby Fred Bross Ammon Swexgert John Bernardo
Robert Houston David Ensmmger
Fourth Row Lester Umberger Samuel Yeagley Kenneth Kohr Fred Hartz Martm Muller Wxlllam
Dxpper Wayne Blantz Charles Frantz Henry Funck
Fifth Row Edwm Helsey Edwm Funck Simon Brandt Stephen Simmons Ralph Moyer Francis
Zxmmerman Robert Longenecker Marlm Hostetter
Ssrth Row George Struble Ralph Brxghtbnll Larry Pxckel Kenneth Lmberger Lester Landxs
Presuient Alberta Barnhart
Vzce Presulent Nell Smith
Secretary Frances Shroyer
Treasurer Larry Aungst
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Scrond Row Dorothy Dnpper Helen Shu-rrlR' Helen Garrrson Elsne Swergert Betty Hoffman Helen
Muller Ethel Moyer Charlotte Lash Jeannine Mel e1ters Mildred Nauman Alxena Fortna Rose Marie Sud
bury, Gladys Speraw Delores Hapner Joan Smith Dora Nlarxanx Carol Stone
Bluuch Robert Qhaak Frank Hellman Herbert Batz
Fourth Ro.: Richard Fortna Fdward Bernardo Carl Gerber Roger Pyles kenneth Goss Claude
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Yarth Ron Lurtxs Hostetter Elwood lxmght Frank Russo Donald Ixern, Harry Kapp
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Secretary Kenneth Herr
Treasurer Lucy Ann Brubaker
Third Row: Clyde Bachman, Clair Hostetter: Sterling Bordlemay, Raymond Fry, Robert Gruber, Karl
First R04 Georgeanna Shaud Jeannette Ixlme Shlrlew Fasnacht Doris klxng Wilma Nllller Shxrley
Kxllmger Ruth Shaak Lucxlle Snoke Niax Iorraxne S6ldCl Vary Fernsler 'Xanax Brxghtbxll Xlanneta 'Null
Second Rox Rose Fnsmmger lxwthryn Granby lucy Henfer Nhrx Russo Plsle llemsex xxllllllf lunge
necker Arlene Fisher Patricia 'Nlatr Betty VN hlsler 'Xnrn lexffer l'xtr1t'x1 D1Xnp,tlxs lhxllxs Hemperly
Third R014 Warren Nlxller laul Garrison Jesse lopeuhaxer Xxolancla lurtuna Xhrv Jane Icmge
necker Pearl Hellman 'Vlarllwn Felker Patsy Hartman Phwllls Iandls Ll'll'lSllTlE Harner Patncla Roxer
'Vlarxon Felker Charles Foltz David Sattazahn Gardner Boyer
Fourth Rat Robert Smith Dale VN entlmg Ceorge Shaud James 'Vlxller ,law Hartz Daryl whl9lEf
Fifth Ros David Shroyer Wlllxam Reese Stanley Frederxck Rmchard Frantz lrun Zimmerman Ray
Hartz Levus Landis Alfred Hoch kenneth Loss
Szrth Ron Marvm Nlnller Rxch1rd Shuey Rxchard VN eater Lester Dechert Robert Blouch VS1rreu
Smxth Larl Rabold Chester Stroh Harold Wagner
Sczcnth Rau James Iong karl Long Norman Blantz kenneth Dxssmger Carl Blauch
Presulent W llbur Longenecker
I ICH Presulenl Elsle HQISCX
Secrelarw Arlene Flsher
Treasurer Patrxcxa 'Nlatz
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First Row Marlon Meyer Betty Llght Dorls Stober Arlene Krall Mlldred Vllenger Judlth Kmdt,
Loulse Moyer Ruth Buck Ann Krelder Joan Poorman Vlrglnla Thomas
Second Row Ruth Lentz Edlth Hummer Amy Fernsler Alvana Mlller Betty Walters Margaret
Oberholtzer Rena Blouch Edna Blantz Nancy Boltz Llnda Morgan Marlon 'VIcFeaters Sandra McHenry
Thlrd Ro-zu Sally Ann Kautlman Helen Graby Mary Lou Kllllan Ruta Vllller Phyllls Schell Arlene
Bomgardner Sally Lou Hellman Joan Sudbury Lydla Fry
Fourth Row George Wentllng Eugene lxrelder Robert Batz Raymond Corcoran Harold lxllne James
Seltzer Cyrll Mlcozzl Robert Mlller
Fifth Row James Cramer, Dale Hunter, Kenneth Shaud, Jalnes Houston, Herman Rhoads, John Starr,
Ernest Helsey, RlCh1fd Longenecker, John Aftosmes, Kenneth Howard, Wayne Herr, Louls DlAngells,
Ssxth Raw Rlchard Kern Warren Keller, Jacob Heagy, wllllam Llneaweaver, Wayne Lentz, Franklln
Lotz, Harold Zelgler, Earl HoH'smlth, Lee Fox, Bruce Longenecker, James Ladd, Samuel Allweln
Seventh Row James Fortna, Fred Strupp, Lloyd Hltl, Paul Rabold, Sherman Moonshlne
Presulent John Starr
Vice President Samuel Allweln
Secretary Lydla Fry
Treasurer Judy Kmdt
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Shirley Stober Patrlcla Smxth Shxrley Hemperly Jeanette Ientz Ellen Wexdman 'Viarw Swope Nancx
Brunner Joanne Rhoads Anna Muller Joan Fasnacht Joanne Hollxnger Jacquelxne Pyles Jacquelxne Bucher
Ruth Garnson Ruth Heller Marian Blauch
Second Row Rnchard Hoffman Kenneth Hoffman Rncharcl Herr Lucxlle Lwermg Shxrlex Longe
necker Shirley Fox Claire Zearfoss Claretta Noll Sally Werner Marjorie Long Thelma Hauer Fern
Hummer June Benfer Jean Anspach Kathleen Tobxas Catherme Knlght Shxrley Shutt Frances Lash
Dolores Krexder Rachel Hellman Robert Seltzer Gardner Zellers Robert Batz
Third Ro-w Wxlllam Matz Robert Swope Ray Lxght Wlllnam Heeter Francxs D1Fnno Robert O Don
nell Bruce Hartman Kenneth Fegan Fred Krexder Owen Wixller
Fourth Row George Cramer John Wells Charles Sexdel Henry Brandt Damel lxlxcl1 George Wal
born Wlllxam Esbenshade Stanley Lxght Rxchard Clodoxeo Walter lxeller Robert lxless
Fifth Row Paul Wolf Paul Sattazahn Robert Kmdt Ronald Blouch Arthur Behnew Luke Wagner
Wlllxam Felty Raymond Heverlmg Bruce Lmberger John Batz
Ssxth Rau Donald Lxneaweaxer Frankhn Wmdle Raymond Dlssxnger kenneth Flood Carl Daub
Allen Lessng James Muller
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President Kay Mlller
V Lce President Paul Wolf
Secretary Patsy Smlth
Treasurer Ray Light
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TUIIE 'l' UIIUNCIL
The senlor lllgll school student councxl IS an organlzatlon that plays a
very lmportant part ln our school life They plan our school dances, as
sembly programs, and are responslble for the general welfare of the
student body They are domg a fine Job so ln the future, lets support
the student counclls 1n everythmg they try to do
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Ynooff um! 'stoop Scooplnp, Snoops Rrparttrs lhrlnra lxlngsley Chrxitme Hafner Frances Thomas
Txfmvts Ilorence Beck Je1n lxohr Gladyb Nleur Busnnss 'lvluxruflvrs Frances Shroyer Ruth Schmuck
Fatultx -ld users Nlr Henry Hollinger 'SIIG'-. Jean llutlynn
THE SCHOOL CRIER
The School Crier rs publlshed five IIIIICQ a wear bw the students of
Annvxlle Hrgh School The Church Center Prese Nlyerstomn Penna,
does the pflllllllg for the '-chool The school paper IS a member of the
Pennsylvama School Press Assocxatlon
Durmg the year the nemxpaper Ntalf trred to publx h a paper that would
mterest you There have been polls and extra featureb to add color to the
usual artlcles In addltlon a cartoon hx the staff art:-ts and a front
page ptcture taken by tht -taff photographer and approprlatf t tl
season were added to brlghten the paper
FH h GREYSTON E
- First Row: Robert Seltzer, Raymond
Forcoran, Robert Batz, Ray Light, Stanley
Light, James Kreamer. James Batz, Louis
lJiAngelis, Rohert O'Donnell.
Scrond Roni: Bruce Hartman, John
Wells, Francis DiEnno, Charles Foltz, Jay
Hartz, Ernest Heisey, Kenneth Goss, Rola-
Third Row: Bruce Umberger, Carl
Daub, James Miller, lrvin Zimmerman.
Raymond Heverling, Lee Fox, Gardner
Fourth Row: Lester Dechert, Richard
Weaver, Karl Long, Wilbur Longenecker.
has an enviable record. The present patrol is living up to the tradition set by former groups. We
salute the boys who have shouldercd a heavy civic responsibility so well and so willingly.
We are proud of our safety patrol. This organization has been functioning for many years, and
F. ll. A.
Learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better
The Annville Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America, is a club which consists of the
junior and senior girls home-economics class.
A special meeting is held every Friday morning when we discuss different ways by which we
may become good homemakers.
This club has adopted a German Home Economics club to whom we send different materials
and other things which are of help in their home economics class. Through this club, many girls
have acquired pen-pals.
During the year we have had several different interesting speakers dealing with homemaking.
By this we are learning to live better today so that our lives and those of our families may he
First Row: Miss Swartz, Arlene Yeag-
ley, Gloria Werner, Patricia Heilman, Ros-
alie Schmuck, Josephine Ellenberger.
Second Row: Marilyn Long, Beatrice
Bachman, Mary VVhisler, Janet Firestine,
Kathryn Smith, Emma Hitz, Margaret
Third Row: Jean Boltz, Ruth Schmuck,
Doris Miller, Kathryn Long, Betty Kling,
First Rau Betsy Benz Sara Hellman Palm Candor: Frances Thomas Esther Foltz Ruth Sh1ak
Second Row Jean Boltz Mary Ellen Stone Janet Hartman Owen Muller Wtlltam Matz kenneth Hoff
man Lydta Fry Lester Fry Rose Marte Sudbury Manlyn Wolfe june Poorman Vlr Gerace dtrector
Thzrd Row Velma Wllt Florence Swexgert Elsxe Swexgert Jean Shenk james 'VI1ller Ixenneth Fegan
Fourth Rau Manlyn Long Joanne Brandt Mary Jane hern Trygve Struble Fred Ixretder Stanley
Lxght Patrtcta Matz Charlotte Teahl Louxse Moyer
Fzfth Row Gardner Boyer James Mtller Davxd Xorty Frances Shroyer Alberta Barnhart Jane Zel
lers Janet Evans Carol Stone Patrxcta Feng
Sixth Row Stanley Frederick Davnd Shroyer Dennls Schwenk Donald Brandt Raymond Fry Robert
hmdt Frankltn Lotz John Starr Alfred Hoch Larry hretder Lester Lmberger
Seventh Row Karl Long Ammon Swetgert James Unger VV1lltam Fegan Robert Shaak
Esghth Row George Struble Ralph Brtghtbtll James Lxght Wayne Blantz Henry Funck
ThlS year the band and orchestra under Mr Gerace, our new mstru
mental mstructor, are two orgamzatlons of whtch A H S can well he
The hand, which could be seen dlhgently practtcmg last fall parttu
pated ln several parades and other acttvtttes durmg the school year
The orchestra, whlch may not have as many engagements as the
band has dxstmgutshed ltself wtth a fine Chrlstmas concert and we
are lookmg forward to hearing them tn other concerts
We hope, as does Mr Gerace, that these two mustcal orgamzatlons
wlll continue to mcrease tn slze and ability
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First Row: Mary Jane Kern, John
Starr, Robert Shaak, George Struble, Johnny
VVells, Owen Miller, Frances Thomas, El-
sie Sweigert, Louise Moyer.
Srmnd Row: Lucy Ann Brubaker, Janet
Evans, Joan Smith, VVilliam Matz, James
Miller, Fred Kreider, Charlotte Teahl, David
Yorty, Jean Shank, Frances Shroyer.
Third Roan' Kenneth Howard, Virginia
Frederick, John Aftosmes, Francis Dilinno
Fourth Roan' llenry Funck, Lydia Fry,
Patricia Fcig, Joanne Brandt, Patricia Matz,
Marilyn Long, Dennis Schwenk, VVilliani
Miller, Alfred Hoch, James Light, far-il
Stone, David Shroyer.
Fifth Roan' Alberta liarnhart, l.e-tu
limberger, Mr. Gerace director.
Fin! Row: Doris Miller, Helen Sherrill
Janet Hartman. Ruth Schmuck, Patricia
lleilman, Gloria VV:-rner, Joanne Shaak.
Frances Thomas. Esther Foltz. Evelyn Han-
ley, Joan llownian. Rosalie Schmuck, Janice
l'mherger, Jean Shenk.
.Sirromi Row: Mrs. Keller, Jean Bohr,
Christine Fields. Lucy Ann Brubaker, Janet
Miller, Elma Jean Swope, Rose Marie Surl-
lmury, Dora Mariani, Arlene Yeagley, Elsie
Sweigert. Verna Ziegler, Jean Bixler. Betsy
llenz, Gladys Speraw, Joan Smith, Delores
Thiril Rua-J Marilyn Long, Shirley
l.oiigt-iiecker, Jackie, Fortna, Jean Kohr,
Gladys Meyer. Patricia Fc-ig, Charlotte
Tealil, Barbara Kingsley, Beatrice Bachman.
Fourth Rm.-.' Mary Lou Albright, Cath-
erine llarncr, Jane Zellers, Janet Evans,
Shirley VValtz, Anna Kaylor, Joanne Tittle.
Fifth Roan' Jllllt' Poorman, Marilyn
VVolfe, Frances Shroyer, Betty Zeigler,
Flrxt Row Kenneth Herr Herbert Batz Robert Gruber Helen Sherrlff Janet Hartman Glorxa Wer
ner Joanne Shaak Frances Thomas Esther Foltz Robert Shaak Davxd Sattazahn Karl Blouch
Second Ro-w Mrs Keller Dons Muller Jean Boltz Chrxstme Fnelds Lucy Ann Brubaker Janet Muller
Elma Jean Swope Jane Zellers Evelyn Hanley Joan Bowman
Thcrd Rau Vlarllyn Long Joanne Brandt Jean Kohr Gladys Meyer Alberta Barnhart Patrncna Feng
Charlotte Teahl Helen Erickson Joanne Tuttle
Fourth Rou Mary Lou Albrxght Catherine Hamer June Poorman Marxlyn Wolfe Frances Jean
Shroyer Richard Hollinger
Fifth Row Larry Krender Wxllxam Fegan Drew Fetterolf Rxchard Txce En Meyer Luke Ruhl Les
ter Lmberger Ammon Swengert
S'srth Rau Roy Lxght Thomas Bxxler James Light George Struble Robert Bowman
The Semor Hlgh Chorus and the Girls Chorus under the dlrectnon
of Mrs Stanton Keller and accompanied by Nlnss Mlldred Myers are
two of the most popular extra currlcular actrvmes of our school
The choruses are open to all students and those who pass the fall
try outs may then enjoy the pleasure of partxclpatmg In the actxvmes
of these orgamzauons
The Mnxed Chorus takes part ln the Sprung Concert and the Com
The Glrls Chorus, whlch IS a new orgammuon, entered the county
Forensic contest for the hrst tlme and won a superlor ratmg whlch en
txtled them to compete m the dnstrlct contest at Harrlsburg A fine be
gmnmg for thus new orgammtlon
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Firxt Rmv: Marion Fc-lker, sie eisey,
Patiy Hartman, Judith Bluuch. Marilyn
Fclker, Margaret Oherlwltzcr, Doris Stolmer,
Kay Miller, Judy Kmrlt, Fern Liskey, Shir-
ley llcmperly, Mildred NYengcr. Sally
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ctta N1-ll, Flair Z1-arfues, Rachel Heilman.
Shirley l":xsnaclit, Joanne Fasnacht, Dorn
linux-r. .Xnn Kreider, Virginia Tlnfmae, Rulh
Slxaalfi, Arlene Fisher.
Yliirll Ix'n:.': lie1.rige:ii111a Shaud. Joanne
Suilhury. Sally l,uu HL-ilman, Jeanette
Kline, Ruln-rt liatz, jay Light, Robert Betz,
Rlfhcrt llartmxm, llarnlcl Zeigler.
I'lfm'tlz lflmn' Janice Hartman. Raymond
ilircurzni, jaxnes Seltzer, Stanley Light,
Fred Kreisler, Julm Starr. David Yorty,
George Shawl, XYarrcn Keller, Sammy All-
Ififtlz Ruin' Gefmmli' Vlventling, JaC0lJ
lleagy, jesse Vopenliaver, Dale Hunter,
Ruliert Kindt, VVilliam Felty, Alfred Hoch.
Sirtlr Roca: Richard Lcmgeneclccr, David
Shrnycr. Stanley Frederick, Harold Vl'ag-
ner. XVayne Lentz, llruce Lmmgenecker,
Franklin lmtz, Gardner Buyer, farl Rallold,
.S'u:'m:Ilz Row: Dennis Schwenk, Karl
Lung, XYilliur l.rmi.:eneCker, Carl Blauch,
l'ml1ergvr. 'lihelmzi Tlwnlai.
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Buyer, lflla Shultz. janet VVS-aver.
.X'x.rt!1 Ifffr.. ,ll :mire Xnrrix. Richard Hill
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Scrond Ron-: Mr
Larry Aungst, Drew Fetterolf-manager
This season which was not as successful as some former ones produced
a team that fought hard but was unable to maintain the county class
"C" championship which was won the two previous seasons. The squad
had only two players with previous varsity experience and the rest rose
from the Junior Varsity ranks. The season started out as one which
showed plenty of promise but as the season progressed it seemed adverse
fate overtook them. They finished the season in third place in the Leb-
anon County Basketball League.
This group of red and white cagers had a record of twelve wins and
nine losses. Since they lose but three players from the squad by grad-
uation, the future looks promising and we wish them good luck.
VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY
A.H.S. OPP. A.H.5. OPP.
27 49 Nov. 30 ALUMNI
33 43 Dec. HERSHEY 27
50 29 Dec WOMELSDORF 18
39 32 Dec HUMMELSTOWN 23
70 34 Dec SCIIAEFFERSTOWN 8
54 34 Dec. IIORNWALI, 17
34 49 Dec PALMYRA 26
36 31 Dec HUMMELSTOWN
39 60 Dec. LEB. CATHOLIC
71 22 Jan. 7 S. LEBANON 26
28 26 Jan. MYERSTOWN 25
67 45 Jan. SCHAEFFERSTOWN 22
35 52 Jan. CORNWALL 27
39 52 Jan. PALMYRA 40
64 26 Jan. S. LEBANON 13
52 39 Feb NIYERSTOWN 30
45 35 Feb WOMELSDORF 24
23 51 Feb PALMYRA 28
31 47 Feb CIORNWALI. 10
37 40 Feb BIYERSTOWN 18
45 42 Feb SCH A EFFERSTOWN 30
Fin! Rmb: Larry Kreicler, Martin MII
no-raftain, Neil Smit
. H. G. Moyer-coarh
, Kenneth Umberger
First Rn-wr Harry Donmoyer, Richard
Rotunda, Gerald Bean, James Vnger, Rich-
Second Row: Mr. H, G. Moyer-coach,
Harold Dissinger, Frank Russo, Lester
Landis, Robert Bowman, Richard Tice, Sam-
.lllllllill VARSITY BA KETBALL
This ambitious group of "yearlings" has had a very successful season
They oonstantly came out victorious and the few games they did lose
weren't due to the lack of fight for they were always in the thick of
the battle. This aggregation boasts of a record of sixteen games won
and two lost, which is an accomplishment for any team
This rather rangy combination is composed mainly of sophomores and
is another sign of what awaits the opponents of A.H.S. in the coming
This step forward to get the young talent started in the right direc
tion produced a team which showed much ability This season was one
to be classified as fair but in playing a season they acquired much
valuable experience which may prove to be of great value ln the future
The team lost quite a few heartbreakers which proves they fought to
the end We wish them lots of success in the future
First Row: ,Tay Hartz-manager, Sam-
uel Allwein, Charles Foltz, Earl Hoftsmith,
John Starr, David Yorty, Richard Yorty,
Richard Kline, Marvin Miller-manager,
Second Row: Mr. RTUI'l'fL'0l1ff1, Irvin
Zimmerman, Chester Stroh, VYilhur Longe-
necker, Richard Zimmerman, Ray Hartz
James Fortna, Jacob Heagy.
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Frrst Row Rlchard Fortna Larry 'Xungst Drew Fetterolf hell Smith Ernest Angelo Wrlham Smxth
Svrond Rau Mr H G Moyer coach Harold Dxssmger Rxchard Txce Fred Bross Lester Landxs
kenneth Lmberger Fmncrs Zxmmerman Stephen S mmons Donald Kern
Thus sport still nn t infancy at A H S did not produce too suc
cessful a sea on The team was a fiend for tres and ended the season
wlth five tres and seven losses The team fought hard and well but just
didnt have that extra bll of luck to break those tres
The season ma not one that the members of the team are to be
ashamed of and rt should be valuable trammg for next years team
whlch mll conslst of all veterans
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Fsrxt Rou Philip Marian: Jack Thomas James Wagner Ernest Xiozzx Lynn Hostetter Drew Fet
terolf Richard Rotunda
Second Rau Richard Hollinger Randall Aungst Lester Landis Richard Iongenecker Elmer Tobias
Donald Longenecker Robert Gruber
Third Rau Roy Light 'VI1' Billet raarh Donald Graby Neil Smith
What do you knovv the Jinx was finally broken' It had been 16
years since Annvllle High School had had a championship baseball team
When the players hung up their cleats after the 1948 season they could
vvell be proud of themselves
This vvas a fighting team vvhlch never gave up until the last out
honors with Palmyra A play off was plaved and the locals were victorious
85 Then they played Newmanstovvn the champions of Division II for
the county Championship Although the lad from A H S were the
underdogs they battled this highly favored nine to the end before
losing 43 They received a handsome trophy for their efforts as mon
archs of Division I
The season record was 10 Mm and 3 losses The outlook for next
season is very bright and lets hope next years team vvill do even
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This spirited team ended regular season play in a tie for Division I
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U11 tn lrul 1,1117 Farl Blatt James H1rtman kenneth Blauch Nell gflllfll lxenneth Umber
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La-I years team which successfully defended Its tltle as county
ehamplons brought home many trophies Among these trophles were
those rece-ned for thur efforts at the founty Track 'fleet They also
possess the 880yard relay trophy won at the lebanon Daily News Relay
Carnnal Ernle XIOLLI received a trophy for the standout performer at
the County Track 'Niett
This sport mlnch has more mdnldualnty than other sports boasts of
many out-tandlng, athlttes The holdower from this champlonshlp team
plus manv prounsmg newcomers offer a bright prospect for the next
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Yen d Ro lucy Xnn Brubaker l Baker Frances Thomas Betsy Benz Elma Jean ivnope Betty
Zengler 'llherta Bar hart Barbara lxnngsley 'Vhss Mary Lehman
Tlnrd Rn jacks Ifortna Jane Zellers Helen Luck on larol Qtone Janet Evans Betty Nauman
Foach Miss Many Lehman
Manager ,Iacquelme Forma
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The 56111015 of AIHIVIHC H1 h School and pa1t1cula1ly
thoee who b01lC1ICd plospectlwe 3dYCItl ele ws 15h to sm
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We hope our many fr1ends who lead the Creystone
w1ll patromze whe11ever pract1cab1e the fI'1ClldS who
saw fit to patromze us
The Class of 49
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cerely thank the many friends who purchased advertis-
Phone 7 8421 AAA
UNGER BROS Plumbing and Heatmg
401 W Sherldan ve
896 E Mann Street
Phone 7 6821
V Compliments of
ELECTRICAL coNTRAcToR FLOYD E TICE
Commercial and Residential Wmng DECORATOR
R D 3 LEBANON
SUPPLIES Pamtmg and Paperhangmg
GENERAL nscmc APPLIANCES
Phone 7 8911 449 w Mum sneer Phone LEBANON 41111
THE CRES STONF
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Tires - Batteries - Accessories '
7 A L . 4
East Main Street Phone 2-6552
AMMON F WENGER
Contractor and Builder
Atlantic Servlce Statlon
Wrllram C Funck Prop
513 WEST MAIN STREET
Lee Tires Exrde Batteries
HOSTETTER S RADIO
II E MAIN STREET
R C A 8. Columbia Records
G E 8. Sunbeam Appliances
R C A General Electric
Motorola Sparton Westinghouse
IHF fRI 'XSTONF
Atlantic Gas - Motor Oil ' U
Annville Frozen Food Service
400 E. MAIN STREET
We Serve Our Own
AN The pat of th p ty that appeals
BUY IT BY THE GALLON
Milk Shakes - Sundues
CLEONA PA Phone LEBANON 4140
ICE CREAM and ICE CREAM MIX
THE GREX STONE
" r e ar
to the palate"
A. S. KREIDER CO.
346 E M Sf
GUYER GULF SERVICE
CARL S BARBER SHOP
Ph e7 911
'I HF f RFYQTONE
344- . ain reef
RED CROSS HOMEMADE DONUTS
FOUNTAIN SERVICE - MAGAZINES
"The Home of Good Shoes" Phone 7-3751 ANNVILLE, PA
847 Cumberland Stre t
F I N K S BAKERY
THE GREYSTO N li
DANIEL F WENGER G' SON
General Contractor and Burlder
Phone 7 3941 Res 7 7154
F D Unger Service Station
OIL TIRES TUBES
West Mann Street
GEORGE S SCH ELL
Wengerts Cream Top
fm 1111 IRIXNI
GAS - - -
' ' Phone ANNVILLE 7-5591
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STEP ON IT!
Wear the Ball Band
Official Basketball Shoe
J0hl1 Hirsh Dept. Store WAI-TZIS BARBER
Phone 7-5151 W. U. Shaud, Mgr.
C W BECKER
J. EDWARD GANTZ
Refrigerators Washers and
Sales and Service
I3 W Mann Street
Phone ANNVILLE 7 75II
Phone 7 578I
ISAAC M LONG
COMPENSATION and FIRE
I2 West Mann Street
and Mrs. H. U. L. Horst A- R- SHEARER
145-147 West Main Street Mobilgas-Mobiloil-Service Station
ANNVILLE, PA. l l
Mum and Whnte Oak Streets
1 ANNvu.LE, PA.
Good Luck, Seniors!
JOHN H BOGER Cr SON
COAL FEED FERTILIZER
PHONE 7 4111
KINGSLEY AND BROWN, Inc
Where Good Work ls a Habit
Two Cold Storage Annvllle 7 5511
Vaults at Your Service Hershey I 0611
The House of Better Values
FURNITURE AND FLooR covzmwcs '03 West Mum Sffeef
Gas 8. Electric Stoves P'e5C"Pt'0"5
MODERN FUNERAL HOME
328 West Mum Street Phone 7 5141
Electric Refrigerators, Appliances A I y
09 THE CREYSTONF
Home Cooked Meals
Sunbeam and G.E,
201-203 West Main Street Electric Appliances
H F BRAN DT
phone 9175 Sales and Service
54 North Lancaster Street
LIQUORS LIGHT LUNCIJES
Phone 7 4381
WALTER B LONG
Phone LEBANON 9196 CLEONA PA
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Lours Rotunda, Prop ' '
GAS - OIL - ACCESSORIES
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PHONE 7 6321
FDR GDDD USED CARS
SHERRY S AUTO MART
86I E Mom Street
Amos Nardml Prop
Phone 7-5121 Atlantic Products
Have Dinner With Us
OFFICIAL A.A.A. SERVICE
I4-16 S. White Oak St.
Good Food : Good Health
ANNVILLE SHOULDER STRAP C0
Telephone 7 7931
314 West Mann Street
ANNVI LE PA
TIIIC CLIiIiYS'I'UNlC Z
ART CARVED DIAMONDS
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES
FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRS
40 East Mum Street Annvllle Pa
Phone 7 67II
P RODNEY KREIDER
WEST END MEAT GARAGE
H G 5PGf19I9f Pf0P Servrce Station
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Phone 7 4131
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Main and KiIIinger Streets
BEN FRANKLIN FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE
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FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE UHLEBAZOTQA CC S
E W Wone P op E W Wolfe Prop
Open Frldoy 8' Saturday 'gms Open Frldoy 81 Soturcoy Nights
STOUFFER S TEXACO SERVICE
East Mom Street
WASHING MARFAK LUBRICATION
HOMER E STOUFFER PROP
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Your MILK Distributor
Hershey s We rge ts
Homogenr ed C eam To
HARRY L MEYER
CLEONA PA Phone 22I6 J
THE ASTOR THEATER Lebanon Dolly News Agency
ROY H LIGHT ESTATE
PA ANNVILLE PA
Wallpaper Wmdow Shades
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KELLER S GROCERY
Breyer s Ice Cream
Talk of the Town
Plumbing Heating Hardware
209 N Ranlroad Street 14 East Mum Street
PALMYRA ANNVILLE PA
Phone 8 5341 Phone 7 5131
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UNION EMBLEM COMPANY
HIGH SCHOOL AND FRATERNITY JEWELRY
FELT GOODS AND COMMENCEMENT STATIONERY
The Sheet Metal Shop
Self Service Grocery
FRESH 81 SMOKED MEATS
FRUITS 84 VEGETABLES
29 W Sherudcm Ave
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D L SAYLOR AND SONS
GOODMAN cf YEAGER ANNVILLE PA.
Pntsenburger 5' Hamly
207W TM BATDORF DEPT STORE
FREE DELIVERIES PHONE 7 8271
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Main 8. Lancaster Streets
ESSO PRODUCTS GOODYEAR TIRES
Phone 7 6231
Compliments LESTER L KREIDER
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Under New Management
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