Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1951 volume:
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CLASS OF I95I
Mrs. Ada Light
The class of 1951 proudly dedicates its
yearbook to Mrs. Ada Light, who has
faithfully served as our commercial
teacher for the past five years. She has
willingly given most of her free time to
assist in the financial transactions of all
the classes and has guided many students
to successful careers. Her friendliness and
sincerity have been an inspiration to all
Firxz row: joan Smith, Rose Marie Sudbury, Esther Foltz, Frances Thomas, Verna Ziegler,
Betsy Benz, jean Shenk. Second row: Miss Bossard, advisorg Raymond Fry, Kenneth Herr,
jack Silberman, Sterling Bordlemay, Robert Shaak, Herbert Batz.
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Board of Directors
First Row: j. Gordon Starr, Supervising Principalg David K. Shroyer, Secretaryg Adam D
Miller. Second Row: Chester C. Strohg M. Byrl Nye, Presidcntg Oscar S. Light, Treasurer.
First Raw: Miss XVitmeyer, Social Studies, Miss Berry, Grade 4, Mrs. Loose, Grades 5-6, Miss
Lehman, Health Education, Mrs. Lannon, Grade 6, Mrs. Keefer, Grade 5, Mrs. Oakey Light,
Grades 5-4, Miss lishleman, Library, Miss Zug, Home Economics, Mrs. Darkes, Grade 1,
Miss Miller, Vocal Music. Second Row: Mrs. Maulfair, Secretary, Mrs. Keller, Grade Z,
Mrs. Young, Grade 1, Miss Myers, English-Latin, Miss Bossard, Social Studies-Spanish,
Mrs. Ada Light, Commercial, Miss McClure, School Nurse, Mrs. Barnhart, Mathematics-
Geography, Mrs. Brubaker, linglish, Mrs. Kreider, Grades 2-3, Miss North, Grade 3,
Mr. Starr, Supervising Principal. Third Row: Mr. Hollinger, Mathematics, Mr. Moyer, Health
Education, Mr. Bugda, Art, Mr. Hoban, linglish, Mr. Young, Science-Mathematics, Mr. Billett,
Science, Mr. Murr, Industrial Arts, Mr. Lemon, Instrumental Music, Mr. Brandt, Social Studies.
We have crossed the bay, but the ocean lies before us.
Maroon and White
Tempus fugit- - el tiempo vuela - - die Zeit fliegt. lt means the same no matter
how you say it - - Time Flies. The past, though it lies behind us, has left pleasant
memories with us. Was it only six years ago that we drew a sketch of the second
floor of A.H.S. so we would not get lost? The seniors became our idols and our
goal was to reach' that height of achievement which they had attained. We have
now reached our goal and a retrospective view brings to light these events which
we have encountered on our climb toward graduation.
Upon entering seventh grade in 1945 we quickly adjusted ourselves to our new
schedule and activities. With Gerald Bean as our president we took an interest
in dances and other school functions. As eighth graders we came face to face with
County Examinations. Our school life remained at its usual pace and without any
failures we become ninth graders. This being our last year in junior High we
became 'fthe big wheels" and dominated our underclassmen. As a climax to our
junior High School days we had our Transfer Exercises complete with diplomas
and speeches and became a member of "the big three."
As sophomores we took the back seat again. We showed our creative ability by
winning first prize in the Halloween Parade with the theme "A Teen-Age Worldf,
We well recollect our first May Day under the direction of Miss Hudyma called
f'Main Street." The color scheme of Annville High was emphasized with the display
of our maroon and white class jackets and hats. Thus we successfully ended our
sophomore year of high school.
We returned in September 1949 and commenced our junior year with its academic,
commercial and general sections. With great pride we displayed our class rings
about Christmas time. Our dramatic ability was exhibited in our production of
"Brother Goose", directed by Mr. Overstreet. In May, quite a few juniors with
the Girls Chorus traveled to Pittsburgh to compete in the State Forensic Con-
tests. Our second success came with the Senior-Junior Prom entitled "Springtime
Fantasy" on May 18. May Day found us relating the fairy tale "The Wizard of
Oz." The year ended with the treasurer madly requesting the payment of class
Finally we became seniors and proudly occupied Miss Bossard's and Mrs. Light's
homerooms. Our first activity of the year was the presentation of our Senior play
'1The Baby Sitter" in November 1950, directed by Mr. Hollinger. Trouble arrived
with the destruction of the coat hangers in Miss Bossard's cloak room. The Year-
book Staff was chosen and began organizing their material early in the year. We
again won first prize in the Halloween Parade with the theme "Spotlight on
Sports." Since then we have kept our noses to the grindstone and we are now
looking forward to May Day. Prom and finally Commencement.
CLYDE FREDERICK BACHMAN
Hates farm life . . .stingy with his class pictures . . . at-
tcnds school only for that piece of paper called a diploma
...transportion to school via bicycle...plays "beat the
clockl' every morning...noise disturbs him - has his
seat changed often...practices pitching in homeroom,
throws everything from erasers to pretzels...quiet, but
a good kid to know.
HERBERT THOMAS BATZ
Faint heart ne'er won fair lady...victim in First Aid
classes . . . bookkeeping Whiz . . . Willing and helpful . . .
can always be seen at flag pole at 8:25 and 3:20...first
to arrive at school in a.m .... will never need a loud-
speaker . .. faithful member of track team . . . dependable
as a clock.
Track 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Safety Patrol 1, Yearbook Staff.
GERALD HENRY BEAN
Tall, dark and handsome...likes name Hjerryw, but
despises middle name...asset to basketball and baseball
teams...neat dresser...shows signs of aging young
Cgrey hair, we meanb ...good student...Hlls role of
father in plays...drives the latest in cars...patronizes
out-of-town girls. . .could use an alarm clock.
Dramatics 2, Basketball 3, Baseball 2, Class Officer 1, Stu-
dent Council 2
BETSY ANN BENZ
License, but no car frequent diets outstanding
feature on the basketball and hockey teams fond of
cats and dogs head majorette dark eyes and catch-
ing smile blushes easily man hater diligent
student class scribe member of the May Court...
fond of swimming, but afraid to dive has a heart of
Band 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls' Chorus 3, Newspaper 3,
G.A.A. 1, Play Prompter 2, Yearbook Staff, Hockey 1,
Basketball 3, Class Officer Z, Student Council l.
EDWARD F. BERNARDO
Immaculate in his personal appearance his math book
travels through the general section every day l'Cook"
and 'lEddiel', inseperable twosome well worn path
made by the fairer sex to his seat his dark wavy hair
leaves a lasting impression . . . attends all school functions
. . .good all-around joe.
BEVERLY JUNE BIRCH
A trustworthy friend plays middle man for cupid
good disposition . . . active member of the F.H.A. . . . long
eyelashes and big brown eyes sports a winning smile
. . . seldom becomes impatient . . . intcrcsted in the opposite
sex . . . bubbling little laugh . . . attends all social functions
. . . participates in the choruses.
Mixed Chorus I, Girls' Chorus 2, F.H.A. 2.
STERLING RICHARD BORDLEMAY
Friendly and good-natured always willing to lend a
helping hand to a friend in need . . . "Spike and Shaakie"
lots of school spirit proved himself a faithful
worker and received rewards life of a party re-
pertoire of witty remarks promotes the toothpick
industry his hearty laugh announces his presence.
Soccer 1, Yearbook Staff.
JEAN MARIE BIXLER
HAnyonc have a stick of gum?" occupies hall before
classes . .. better half of jean and Janice team . . . fond
of loud sweaters has that pepsodent smile full of
pep and vitality . .. experienced in three sections . . .
constant giggler . . . has a repertoire of jokes . . . expressive
blue eyes .. . usually gets front seat in homeroom.
Band 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3, F.H.A. 1, Play
Promptcr 1, Basketball 1.
ROBERT BRUCE BOWMAN
'fGeorgeous Gussie" of A.H.S. ring leader tall,
light and handsome . . . chewer of toothpicks . . . "Buck"
. .. could use Suspenders for basketball practice . . . makes
proper use of a comb . . . three-letter man . . . had to cheat
the barber to have his class picture taken always out
for a good time tall boy with the Little Abner walk.
Basketball 3, Soccer 3, Baseball 3.
DONALD N. BRANDT
Benny Goodman of A.H.S. commutes from Lebanon
. . . proves his dependability by remaining faithful to one
girl red hair but a suppressed temper a good
audience for jokers his eyes twinkle when he is in a
good mood patient and always willing to help some-
one in need.
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Baseball 1, Track I.
DAVID CLAYTON ENSMINGER
Happy-go-lucky fellow neat physique Casanova
of the senior class forever pesting the girls lunch
time cut-up portrayed Ezzard Charles in the Hallo-
ween parade noted for his comebacks to school days
acquires a nice tan during the summer months
never hears announcements the first time . . . crew cut.
Mixed Chorus 2, Baseball 1, Soccer 2.
DOROTHY MAE DIPPER
Good things come in small packages . . . quiet and sincere
hits a volleyball as if it were a feather has more
than her share of school spirit .. . helpful and friendly to
all has a carefree gait good seamstress active in
all school affairs math wizard always has a suf-
ficient supply of chewing gum.
Girls' Chorus 1.
ESTHER JOAN FOLTZ
Clean white sneakers fond of classic comic books
portrait and Hgure works trim waistline center
forward on the hockey team . . . neat dresser . . . dynamite
on the basketball floor . . . solo twirler in the band .. . has
an original mind likes to cat, but never gains weight
will l10t part with her Howing locks member of
the May Court.
Band 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girlsl Chorus 3, Ensemble 1,
G.A.A. 1, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper, Basketball 3,
Hockey 1, Class Officer 2, Student Council 1.
RICHARD A. FORTNA
A mighty basketball player full of Wise cracks
couldn't do without Eddie in math class traveled by
motor bike smokes like a defective furnace lost
his curls after the Palmyra game . .. friendly with only
the male sex catches his forty winks in science class
always wears fancy caps answers to the name of
Basketball 3, Soccer.
RAYMOND JOSEPH FRY, jr.
Small, dark and handsome noted for his speedy ways
with women Mr. Moyer's right hand man nick-
name - A'Tinker" the guiding hand for the senior
class . .. good student .. . interested in nature, especially
Howers popular with fellow classmates supports
the clarinet section of the band and orchestra an
enthusiastic tennis player.
Student Council 1, Class OfHcer 1, Mixed Chorus Z,
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Yearbook Staff.
CARL A. GERBER
Hot rod driver consumes candy during school hours
always leaves personal notes on typing papers
starts school at 9:00 a.m. will do anything to drive a
can even attend school . . . most of his interests lic outside
of the halls of learning never has much to say
covers a lot of territory.
ROBERT CHRISTIAN GRUBER
Class clown noted for his short hair cuts innocent
but deadly outstanding tenor in chorus has ex-
cellent acting ability those dark-rimmed specks
original mind daddy long legs at the bottom of
every scheme favorite pastime - loafing a way
with women . .. overdue library books . .. full of tricks.
Band 3, Orchestra 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Dramatics 2, Stu-
dent Council 1.
DOLORES ELIZABETH I-IAPNER
Cute and pleasing voice .. . horse lover favors I-I.I.S.
sports a new look hair cut "I don't like your
attitude" brings rnan-sized lunches wants desper-
ately to learn to drive a car snappy dresser helps
to keep the girls basketball team running smoothly
will make an efiicient secretary name usually mis-
Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3, G.A.A. 1, Newspaper 1,
Basketball Manager 2.
FRANK L. HEILMAN
Class Einstein .. . an old farm hand, knows what redding
is used for always comes to school behind a Wheel,
that is by bicycle or car great interest in that new
medium, television has a joke for every occassion . ..
hates to see a lady walk home, provides a taxi service
KENNETH JAY HERR
Henry's protege carries a photographers kit, but
seldom takes pictures his job gives him a retailer's
viewpoint in P. of D. discussion pinched his pennies
to buy a car exhibited his dramatic abilitv in junior
class play . . , musically inclined . . . has a promising future
in the business Held.
Band 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Class Officer 1, Dramatics 1.
BETTY JUNE HOFFMAN
Five feet two and eyes of blue conscientious student
willing helper powerful volleyball player ex--
cels in language study easily scared victim of
G.A.A. initiation expert driver always taking
notes depenable half-back on the hockey squad
possesses sympathetic understanding lots of school
spirit plans a career in teaching rarely misses a
Mixed Chorus 1, Girls' Chorus 3, Play Prompter 1, Basket-
ball 1, Hockey 1, G.A.A. 1.
H. CLAIR HOSTEITER
HDon't be a wise guy" fond of new cars cultured
in the art of hot rod driving likes to blow off steam
a ladies' man matchless sense of humor dotes
on brightly colored shirts d0esn't particularly like
school answers to the name of "Cook,"
MARY JANE HOSTETTER
Dark eyes displayed her dramatic ability in class
plays has a personality adaptable to any situation
distinguished accent joined us in ninth grade con-
genial honors the commercial section her inten-
sified study promises a bright future once a friend,
always a friend first to join the ranks of women
HENRY S. KILLIAN
Good example of correct posture possesses prominent
blue eyes .. . doesn't part with his mustache instigator
of minor homeroom brawls . . . known as "Kilroy" in
his gang uses strategy in evading women wears
two or three shirts at a time . . . plans to follow a farmer's
vocation .. . rarely seen at the same place twice.
CHARLOTTE ARLENE LASH
Quiet .. . naturally blond, curly hair dependable half-
back for the hockey team occupies a prominent seat
on the school bus . . . pleasing voice . . . looks like a picture
in her blue gown a lefthander faithful usher for
school affairs friendly, nice to know .. . usually
reserved, but reported to have a bit of a temper.
DORA JULIA MARIANI
Little girl with a large vocabulary all her own ably
filled the role of "Midge" in the senior play at home
on a gym floor . . . competent president of the F.H.A.
enthusiastic student of driver training always on the
go office secretary's able assistant loquacious
Mixed Chorus 3, Girls, Chorus 3, F.H.A. 2, Dramatics 1.
JEANNINE MAE McFEATERS
Pleasing, soft voice winning smile, natures gift of
curly hair hard worker usher for school activities
. .. there's music in her life friendly toward everyone
, . . member of 3rd squad in gym class . .. spends majority
of her school hours in Commercial Room possesses
individuality all her own lends a helping hand to
those in need.
HELEN ARLENE MILLER
Called "Helene" by teachers has her heart in her
work high pitched, but sweet voice one can
always expect a ready smile easy to get along with
volunteers for reports and extra class work vim,
vigor and vitality can always be found in the Senior
Room at lunch time participates in intramural sports.
JANET ELIZABETH MILLER
Tall in form and fair of face hair set free of charge
elite handwriting with that particular touch
despises name 'LRed,' covers a lot of territory
diligent worker sho,ws good taste in choosing jewelry
has that fresh air look about her favorite pastimes
- movies and reading.
Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Chorus 3, Student Council 2.
ETHEL GRACE MOYER
Picture of health has that ivory look hits a mean
hockey ball .. . baby face . . . cute accent . .. eoy . . . hails
from the country . . . usually quiet and reserved but talka-
tive once you get to know her blessed with blonde
curly hair a sincere and friendly companion de-
voted to the commercial section.
KENNETH JAY NOLL
4'Those natural curls" .enjoys teasing people "So
in Love" is his theme tune occupies halls before
classes excellent tenor voice plays a hot trumpet
'Chopin of the typewriter" lover of the fairer
sex .. joined the class in ninth grade a Jack Harner
- - has his thumb in every pudding.
Band 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Safety Patrol 1, Track 1.
WILLIAM EDWARD PETERS
Peck's bad boy homeroom cut-up blushes at the
sight of girls plans on the prom early at home in
the oiiice .. . likes people in general .. . continually auto-
graphing the blackboards member of the lunch bag
brigade supplies the entertainment for the general
ALLEN ROBERT SI-IAAK
Violin virtuoso of A.H.S. makes a speciality of Dag-
wood sandwiches hit and run driver divides time
between two sexes .. excels in track delivery boy
for corner-grocery store . .. the bass drum knows who's
boss a natural for the role of "Lefty" cute
always looking for a good time . , . a swell guy.
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Dramatics 1, Track
Z, Safety Patrol 2.
JEAN LOUISE SHENK
uLet's face it" knows all the news about town
just loves L.V.C, deep alto voice always gets her
man in plays forever having man troubles .. quick
tempered good commercial student cheerleader X
would rather ride than walk hfome works when
she wants to . . . effecient in filing.
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3
Ensemble 2, Dramatics 2, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper 1,
HELEN MARIE SHERRIFF
The little girl with the bounce in her walk just loves
Home Ec. dislikes school in general Friday night
run to the bus stop combines tumbling with all
sports dislikes Palmyra girls always first to leave
school at noon time couldn't do without the postal
system , . . ever ready to share a laugh.
JACK DEWOLF SILBERMAN Active member of many committees trip to South
America vocabulary all his own always ready for
an argument . . . nothing like a drink to help things along A
Cwaterb drives a Buick drags his feet late
hours and women .. always in a daze joker
Humphrey of A.H.S. would hook school at the word.
Yearbook Staff, Newspaper 1, Dramatics 1.
JOAN GEORGINE SMITH
Extensive wardrobe talented in the fine arts .. . baby's
complexion member of May Court love troubles
ideal job dependable wing in hockey backs
up the Speedboys with her cheering worries about
her figure little feet quiet but lingering giggle...
small but mighty .. . reserved around strangers . . . pretty
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3,
Yearbook Staff, Newspaper 2, Hockey 1, Cheerleader 3,
GLADYS SUSAN SPERAW
Sports a new look hair cut has a special liking for
Chevrolets changeable personality hose one day,
jeans the next victim of stage fright in senior play. ,.
will wear only "long" skirts . . . accidently spilled a bottle
of bleach extensive wardrobe deep alto voice
eyes that sparkle.
Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3, Ensemble 1, F.H.A. 2,
CAROL ROBERTA STONE
Tarzan of the class naturally curly hair always
dependable in the sports Held those pretzels in study.
hall anxious to get married only girl trombone
player in A.H.S. Walt Disney comic book fan
terrific joker enjoys long walk to school daily
prefers the name Roberta . .. spasmodic spurts of energy.
Band 3, Orchestra 3, G.A.A. 1, Dramatics 1, Newspaper
2, Basketball 3, Hockey 1.
ROSE MARIE SUDBURY
Possesses red hair and freckles . . . sharp dresser juve-
nile delinquent in our plays full of fun and witty
remarks impersonates jack Haines front man in
the band hot rod driver snappy cheerleader
smooth dancer fuschia barrettes whiz on hockey
field supplies entertainment in gym class can be
heard a mile away.
Band 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls Chorus 3, Dramatics 2,
Yearbook Staff, Hockey 1, Cheerleader 3, Newspaper 1. xg
ELSIE VIOLA SWEIGERT
Sunny disposition .. . continually laughing has big
dimples . . . naturally blonde hair . . . lends a helping hand
in clarinet section of band . . . 'AI should study" . . . spends
spare time behind a soda fountain a good friend to
all answers to the name of MItz" future lies in the
nursing field acting ability - our Southern belle and
Band 3, Orchestra 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls Chorus 1,
ELMA JEAN SWOPE
Hunting for a L'real" man gets rabbits and pheasants in-
stead . .. collection of class rings literary fan .. . liked
English until this year fiend for modern style
famous for her raised eyebrow typical woman driver
"have your news in on time" plans a vocal career
has mastered the art of walking on high heels air
Mixed Chorus 3, Girls Chorus 3, Ensemble 3, G.A.A. 1,
Dramatics 2, Newspaper 3, Basketball 2, Forensic 3.
RICHARD JAMES TICE
Possesses good sportmanship versatile leadership
ability unexcelled in A.I-LS. moody and serious at
times most interesting and absoring hobby - women
a triple threat in the sports world able assistant
to the bass section of the chorus hunting fiend
delights in teasing the girls . . . always a gentleman.
Band 3, Orchestra 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Basketball 3,
Soccer 3, Class Officer 1, Student Council 3, Track 3, x
Safety Patrol 1.
FRANCES LOUISE THOMAS
Penway fan wants blond hair drives a "Dodge"
around town . . . always eager to hear new gossip . . . those
summers at the shore up to date on the latest dance
steps . . . Miss Lehman's right hand man i'Crisco Kid"
. green flirtatious eyes . .. pianist for AH.S. always
manages to cut classes wants to be a bar member
Band 2, Orchestra 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls Chorus 3,
Ensemble 2, G.A.A. 1, Dramatics 2, Yearbook Staff,
Newspaper 3, Basketball 3.
RONALD EARL TREIBER
Displays a hale and hearty laugh . . . a bubble gum fiend
.. . excellent hurler of the proverbial bull . . . always a
trick up his sleeve . . . superman . . . his feet on the ground
and his mind in the air . . . outstanding sense of humor . . .
movie fan with an accent on Westerns .. . devoted to the
comic book world.
.IANICE ETHEL UMBERGER
Dark hair and eyes . .. big dimples always full of fun
likes to clean during school hours asset to the
color guards crew-cut bangs can never get a sun
tan lingering giggle Mjean and Janice" can
always be heard at basketball games rewrote her
history book in her junior year.
Band 2, Dramatics 2, Mixed Chorus 2, Girls Chorus 3,
GAA. 1, Basketball 1, F.H.A. l.
Unger and Saylor's sticks to home-town girls boy
with many cars athletic type black hair not
fond of the razor or barber man behind the mask on
the baseball team .. . divides time between riding a
motor bike and driving a car attends all dances
faithful member of band on good-looking side.
Band 3, Baseball 3, Basketball 2. Soccer 1.
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SHIRLEY ANN VVALTZ
Extensive wardrobe member of the May Court for
"XVizard of Oz" pageant fair skin and bright eyes
particular about hair style . .. good taste in choosing
clothes trips to Virginia active in chorus and F.H,
A, frequent spectator at school affairs quiet, un-
assuming . . . calm and serene.
Band 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls Chorus 3, F1-I.A, 2.
5 HAROLD JAY WENRICH
, Tall with black hair . . . strong tendency toward bachelor-
dom . . . willing worker . . . great interest in first aid
course . . . girl shy . . . excused at 3:20 every school day . . .
high jumper on track team . . . courteous toward students
and teachers .. . has a kind word for all plans to enter
the business field.
Mixed Chorus 2, Soccer 1, Track 3, Safety Patrol.
VERNA MAE ZIEGLER
Class tutor Phillies baseball fan co-manager for
girls basketball team . .. banker of the class eats
raisins for strength . . , writes in her diary without fail . . .
always prepares for exams pretty blue eyes keen
interest in piano .. . uplease pay your class dues" calm,
cool, and collected . ., loves poetry teaching career in
Mixed chorus 1, Girls chorus 3, G.A.A. 1, Yearbook staff,
Basketball manager 2, Class officer 2, Student Council 1.
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October 15-2 1
October 2 7
November 9- 10
November 2 3-24
December 1 1
December 1 5
December 1 8
December 2 1
December 2 2
January 1 5-19
February 2 2-23
Wha' Hoppened When 1
---- School opens
---- F.H.A. dance
- .,,,., Magazine drive
-- --- Pennsylvania Week
- - - - - - Glass-blower
------- Halloween parade
------------ Senior play
------- G.A.A. Initiation
----------- Alumni game
CTwo victories for A.H.S.j
------ Christmas program
--- Boyys game with
-- --- Christmas vacation
-- ......... Farm Show
Girls beat Myerstown
------------ junior Play
Who s Who
Most Likely to Succeed ....... Verna Ziegler
F riendliest ....
Most Attractive - --
Most Popular ---
Best Athlete ....
--- Sterling Bordlemay
--- Elma jean Swope
------ Esther Foltz
--------- Betsy Benz
--------- Jean Bixler
---- Rose Marie Sudbury
Friday, April 13
All American Athletes -
---------- State Band
- Junior - Senior Dance
------ Easter vacation
- District Orchestra at
-- Need we say more?
--- Spring Festival
-------- May Day
-------- Art Exhibit
-- Junior-Senior Prom
---- Exams cancelled
----- Alumni Banquet
junior High Transfer
---- Last day of school
Best All Around Student ........ Betsy Benz
Most Talented .... ..... E lma Jean Swope
Most Courteous ---
----- Betsy Benz
Contributed Most to A.H.S. ...............
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Kenneth llcrr, 'lltcrcsn ll1l1'tu1:t11. Iftlwunl lgCI'Il1ll'Ll0, Shirlcy xxrkllfl. Row l"0m': llclcn
lDi.X11gclis, Riclmrtl lfortlm, Riclmrcl lice, jzmct Klillcc, Gladys Spcraw. Row Fira: Bill Pctcrs.
l lnroltl Xlkmriclm, Bula Buxvnmn, PntO'lJtmnul1,jack Sillmcrrtmn.
"VVell, folks, years have passed, and the class of
1951 is holding its reunion today. So far, I am
the only one here, anxiously awaiting the arrival
of my classmates."
Time passes, no one comes.
"Here it is, two hours later, and still I am the
only one here. I guess I had better go home
and use my ouija board to see what happened
to mv fellow inmates of A.H.S.
ul blew the dust off my ouija board and pro-
ceeded with my communication with the
spirits. Here is what I found out:
Elma jean Swops - Featured as "Dagmar"g
admission, the price of a 5 cent beer.
Esther Foltz - VVashes windows at the Empire
Elsie Sweigert - Leading the Washington Band.
Frances Thomas - Featured soloist in the Har-
risburg burlesque shows.
Charlotte l.ash - Recently voted Miss Universe
Dolores Hapner - Breeding horses for Millard's
Jeannine McFeaters - Running a reducing
Betsy Benz - Her chief customer.
Verna Ziegler - Chambermaid at the WValdorf
Helen Miller - Singing in Met Opera.
-lean Shenk - Still unemployed.
Mary Hostetter - Swimming instructor at the
VVhite Hall Swimming Hole.
janet Miller - Selling brushes for Mr. Fuller.
joan Smith - Model for Camel cigarettes.
Ken Noll - Chauffeur for the Bixler family.
Frank Heilman - Running a fertilizer business.
Herbert Batz - Running the mile in the Olym-
jack Silberman - Teaching ballet.
Robert Bowman - Missionary in Africa.
Sterling Brodelmay - Owner of a Diner.
Gerald Bean - Chef at '4Spike's" Diner.
Robert Gruber - Playing on the International
Henry Killiam - Starring in 'lCheaper By The
Ethel Moyer - His Co-star.
janice Umberger - Laughing-lady at Hershey
Gladys Sperw - Keeping up the morale of the
Helen Sherriffi- Teaching tumbling at Penn
Betty Hoffman - Ethel Moyerls chauffeur.
Rose Marie Sudbury - Replaced Groucho Marx
Ronald Treiber - Writes an 'Ladviee to love-
lorn" column which is featured in Esquire.
james Unger - Recently won first prize for
the longest beard.
Carol Stone - VVrestling at Rainbow Arena.
Edward Bernardo - Caught as a bigamist.
Beverly Birch - Running a tourist home.
Richard Fortna - just loafing.
Carl Gerber - digging ditches for an oil
Robert Shaak - Policeman in Sand Hill.
Harold Wenrich - Traveling salesman.
Kenneth Herr - Designer of woman's hats.
Raymond Fry - just had his new invention pat-
ented - combination baby coach, lawn mower,
and dish washer.
William Peters - Editor of Annville Daily
Dora Mariani - Took over Bill Embar's busi-
David Ensminger - Messenger boy for Western
Cook Hostetter - joined up with joey Chit-
"My last question to the ouija board was, "Do
you always tell the truthPl' Without hesitation,
it answered, f'No!"
Take it easy!
A Dramatic Moment
Cast of L'Thc Baby Sitter"
1 The big fight
lVe, the class of l95l of Annville High School,
in the state of Pennsylvania, being of unsound
mind and considering the uncertainty of our
lives, do hereby will and bequeath our most
treasured possessions and attributes to those
most deserving of them, before leaving our
To the faculty we extend our heartiest thanks
for successfully guiding us through the trials
and tribulations of our school days. VVe also
leave the hope that future classes may appreci-
ate your guidance and advice to a greater ex-
To our underclassmen we bequeath one well
worn set of teachers - may they have more
peaceful years in the future.
To the juniors we leave two clean home rooms.
four waste baskets, two clocks and autographed
To the underclassmen:
I, Betsy Benz, leave one slightly bent baton to
I, Beverly Birch, leave my charming giggle to
I, jean Bixler, leave one wad of perfectly good
chewing gum to Lenda Morgan.
I, Dorothy Dipper, leave my petiteness to Pat-
I, Esther Foltz, leave my trim waist line to
I. Dolores Hapner, leave my love for horses to
I, Betty Hoffman, leave my attendance record
to Phyllis Landis.
I, Mary Hostetter, leave my good-natured ways
to Sallie Kauffman.
I, Charlotte Lash, leave my blond hair to Ruth
I, Dora Mariani, leave my sexy eyes to Marv
I, jeannine McFeaters. leave my pleasing voice
to Mildred Wlenger.
I, Helen Miller, leave my quietness to Kenneth
I, janet Miller, leave my love for sweaters to
I, Iithel Moyer, leave my naturally pink cheeks
to Louise Moyer.
I, jean Shenk, leave my power to keep a man
dangling to Sally Heilman.
I, Helen Sherriff, leave my earrings to anyone
who wants them.
I, joan Smith, leave my knack for tickling the
ivories to Patricia Matz.
I, Gladys Speraw, leave my bottle of bleach to
Mary jane Longenecker.
I, Carol Stone, leave my naturally curly hair to
I, Rose Marie Sudbury, leave my kindergarten
of younger boys to those who desire them.
I, lilsie Sweigert, leave my band uniform to my
I, Elma jean Swope, leave my dictionary of
extra large words to Kay Miller.
I, Frances Thomas, leave my interest in the
college men to my sister Virginia.
I, janice Umberger, leave my system of skip-
ping school on days when tests and book
reports are due to Larry Diamond.
I, Shirley Waltz, leave my perseverance in my
struggle for males to Mitzi Killinger.
I, Verna Ziegler, leave my interest in baseball
to Patricia Hartman.
I, Clyde Bachman, leave my lunch bag to David
I, Herbert Batz, leave my track record to my
I, Gerald Bean, leave my knack of dressing
to Chester Stroh.
I, Edward Bernardo, leave my jet black waves
to Carl Blouch.
I. Sterling Bordlemay, leave my friendliness to
I, Robert Bowman, leave my comb to Charles
I, Donald Brandt, leave my daily drive to school
to Alfred Hoch.
I, David Ensminger. leave my lunch-time antics
to Lewis Landis.
I, Richard Fortna, leave my ability to elude
women to Harold Ziegler.
I, Raymond Fry, leave my speedy ways with
women to David Shroyer.
I, Carl Gerber, leave my driving ability to those
who like narrow escapes.
I, Robert Gruber, leave my horn-rimmed
specks to Doris Boger.
I, Frank Heilman, leave my Finstein ability to
I, Kenneth Herr, leave my ability to hold a job
to those people who desire working.
I, Clair Hostetter, leave my nickname to Wil-
I, Henry Killian, leave my fondness to tease to
I, Kenneth Noll, leave my Toni to james Long.
I, William Peters, leave my trouble-making
ways to Robert Miller.
I, Robert Shaak, leave my ability to see the
lighter side of life to William Reese.
I, jack Silberman, leave my excess height to
I, Richard Tice, leave my way with women to
I, Ronald Treiber, leave my ability as a sound
effects man to Ray Hartz.
I, james Unger, leave my cars to those who
can afford them.
I, Harold VVenrich, leave my job of putting up
and taking down the flag to my successor.
Having completed this, our last will and testa-
ment, we hereby ,appoint the president of the
coming senior class as executor.
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First Row: Dora Mariani, joan Smith, Esther Foltz, Helen Sherriff, Verna Ziegler, Richard
Tice, Raymond Fry, Betsy Benz, Rose Marie Sudbury, Dolores Hapner, Elsie Sweigert,
Betty Hoffman, Dorothy Dipper. Second Row: Carol Stone, Jeannine McFeaters, Helen Miller,
Beverly Birch, Frances Thomas, Jean Bixler, Janice Umberger, janet Miller, Charlotte Lash,
Shirley XValtz, jean Shenk, Mary Hostetter, Gladys Speraw, Elma Jean Swope. Third Row:
Ronald Treiber, Robert Gruber, Frank I-leilman, Robert Shaak, Herbert Batz, David Ensimger,
Carl Gerber, Clyde Baehman, Donald Brandt. Fourth Row: VVilliam Peters, james Unger,
Sterling Bordlemay, Kenneth Herr, Richard Fortna, Henry Killian, David Wenger, Kenneth
Noll. Fifth Row: Harold VVenrieh, Gerald Bean, jack Silderman, Robert Bowman, Edward
President .................. Raymond Fry
Vice-President .... .... R ichard Tice
Secretary ....... ..... B etsy Benz
Treasurer --- .... Verna Ziegler
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First Row: Marian lfelker, Phyllis Landis, Mary Russo, Georgeanna Shaud, Nancy Brightbill,
Patricia Matz, Alfred Hoch, David Shroyer, Arlene Fisher, Betty Lou Edwards, Ruth Shaak,
Mary jane Longenecker, Patricia Hartman, Lucille Snoke. Second Row: Rose Ensminger,
Shirley Killinger, Marilyn Felkcr, janet Ruhl, Pearl Heilman, Violanda Fortuna, Patricia Royer,
Lllsie Heisey, Christine Harner, Judy Blouch, Doris Boger, NVilma Miller, Jeannette Kline,
Manetta Noll. Third Row: David Yorty, Robert Smith, Irvin Zimmerman ,Ray Hartz, Charles
Foltz, Lester Dechert, Larry Frattaroli, Fourth Row: Jay Hartz, Chester Stroh, Lynn Sparks,
john Smith, Lewis Landis, james Miller, Lewis Brough, George Shaud. Fifth Row: Karl Long,
XVilliam Reese, Gardner Boyer, Stanley Frederick, Warren Smith, Marvin Miller, Carl Rabold,
David Sattazahn. Sixth Row: Kenneth Dissinger, Wilbur Longnecker, Carl Blouch, James
Long, Norman Blantz.
President .................. David Shroyer
Vice-President .............. Alfred Hoch
Secretary ..... .... A rlene Fisher
Treasurer --- .... Patricia Matz
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First Row: Marilyn Buck, Maurine Nlelfeaters, Lenda Morgan, Sandra Nlellenry, Alyana
Xliller, Ruth Lentz, Robert llartnian, Louise Xloyer, Betty Light, judy Kindt, .Nlarion Xleyer,
Marian Xlelfeaters, Lois XYalters, Doris Stober, joan Poornian, Amy Fernsler, Ruth Buek.
Secwm' Row: Edna Blantz, Xlary Lou Killian, Nancy Boltz, Mildred XVenger, Sallie Anne
Kauffman, Virginia Thomas, Sally Lou Heilinan, Phyllis Schell, Lydia Fry, Rena Bloueh,
joan Sudbury, janet XYhisler. Geraldine Walters, lfrlene Bonigardner, Anna Herr. Third Row:
Harold Kline, lfugene Kreider, Robert Batz, Samuel Allyyein, Dale llunter, George YVentling,
Kenneth lloward, Charles lfngle. Fourzli Row: james Houston, Cyril Mieozzi, XVayne Herr,
Robert Xliller, Raymond Coreoran, james Seltzer, Kenneth Shaud, Richard Longenecker.
I-'ifrla Rn-1:1 Harold Ziegler, l.ee lfox, john Starr, Bruce Longneeker, john Sunimy, james
Cramer. Sixth Row: lfarl Hoffsniith, Paul Rabold, jacob lleagy, Glen Blaueh.
President ........,,...... Robert Hartman
Vice-President .... .... ...,. J u dy Kindt
Secretary ....... .... B etty light
Treasurer ..... .,.. I ,ouise Moyer
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First Row: Claretta Noll, Sandra Houser, joan lfasnacht, Shirley Longenecker, Delores
Kreider, Shirley Fox, Jeanette Lentz, Kathleen Tobias, Patricia Smith, Fern Liskey, Ronald
Blouch, Kay Miller, jackie Pyles, Lorraine Eshelman, Florence Sweigert, Anna Miller, Trygve
Struble, joanne Rhoads, Ruth Krall, Second Row: Fern Hummer, Dorothy Miller, Sally
XVerner, Meredith Brandt, julia Sabo, Claire Zearfoss, jean Ruhl, Virginia Frederick, Thelma
Hower, joanne Hollinger, joyce Royer, Ruth Garrison, Jacqueline Bucher, jean Anspaeh,
Shirley Stober, Mary Elizabeth Swope, Marion Blouch, Nancy Brunner. Third Row: Robert
Seltzer, Kenneth Hoffman, Robert Kless, Richard Hoffman, James Miller, Bruce Wenger,
Mervin Dissinger, Charles Seidel. Fourth Row: Claude Brown, james Batz, Dennis Noll,
Paul XVolfc, james Hartman, Eugene Livering, VValter Brough, John VVells, VVarren Miller,
Fred Sparks, Gardner Zellers. Fifth Row: George Cramer, Stanley Light, Bruce Uniberger,
XVilliani lslspenshade, Fred Kreider, XVilliam Matz, Owen Miller, VVilliam Heeter, Robert
Kindt, Robert Swope. Sixth Row: Robert Betz, Paul Sattazahn, Henry Brandt, Francis
Diklnno, Daniel Klick, Kenneth lfegan, Ray Light, john Batz. Seventh Row: Richard Herr,
Donald Lincaweaver, Bruce Hartman, Luke Wagner, Carl Daub, Arthur Behney, Dale
President ................. Ronald Blouch
Vice-President .... - Kay Miller
Secretary ....... --- Patricia Smith
Treasurer --- - Fern Liskev
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First Row: Anna jean Long, Shirley Buifingtoii, Anna Hummer, lilaine Shuey, Lillie Hitz,
Geraldine VVagner, Alverta Hitz, David Kling, Lester Fry, Tilman Frye, Thelma Thomas,
Hattie Lsbenshade, Marion NVeidman, Ruth Adams, Grace Miller, Betty Miller, Sally Dettra.
Second Row: Henrietta DiAngelis, Charlotte Foltz, janet Engle, Dorothy jurrell, Patricia
lillenberger, Reba Long, Ruth Jennings, Barbara Laycock, Jeannette Hardick, Arlene Funck,
Doris Funck, Eleanor Felty, jean NVenrich, Elaine Seidel, Ruth Linsminger. Third Row:
jerry Anderson, Carl Flickinger, Irvin XVinters, Ronald Herr, Charles Miller, Cleon
Bashore, Harry Reich. Fourth Row: james Graby, Peter Aftosmes, Karl Miller, VVilliam
Hower, Richard Dechert, liugene Fortna, Fred XVolfe, Fifrla Row: james Speck, Benjamin
Bollinger, Kenneth XValter, james Moyer, Robert Clark, john Morris, Donald McFeaters,
President .................... David Kling
Vice-President --- ..... Tilman Frye
Secretary ....... .... T helma Thomas
Treasurer --- ..... Lester Fry
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Fi1'.rt Raw: Dorothy Dechert, Nancy Herr, Patricia Schaffner, Collette Rauch, Louise De-
Angelo, Dolores Balaster, Janice Stroh, Patricia Long, Lois Shroyer, Brook Hunter, Philip
Donmoyer, Richard lishelman, Janice Fake, Joyce Ruhl, Shirley Miller, Nancy Benz, Mary
Rhoads, Fay Schell, Mary Lou Ualborn. Secwzd Row: Doris Kline, Julia DiGiorgio, Mary
Horst, Patricia Stoner, Margaret XVolfe, Elizabeth Alonzo, Janice YVindle, Janet Summy,
Nancy Sabo, Ruth Ann Blauch, Marie Klick, Delores Fulk, Nancy Gingrich, Patricia
Fernsler, Shirley Hostetter, Audrey Landis, Fay Kohr, Paula YVamsher, Lola Wert, Arlene
Sellers, Loretta Berkheimer, Joanne Long, Donna Dimm. Third Row: Robert Herr, Marlin
Shenk, Richard Moore, Carl Herr, Richard Peiffer, Leo Batz, Larry Miller, Richard Light.
Kenneth Deimler. Fourth Row: Leo Tice, Ellis Blauch, Paul Buck, Gerald Lash, XVilbur
Graby, Paul Long, Ellis XVolfe, Larry Rice, Robert Carmany. Fifth Row: Harry Haldeman,
Lester Brough, Lee Thomas, XVilliam Klahr, Robert Frantz, Carl Heller, Dennis YVood, Elmer
Brandt, Larry Killian, Roger Gerber, Glenn Blantz, Kenneth Stoner. Sixth Rofw: Jack Iicken-
roth, John Salem, Richard Gibson, Benjamin Firestine, Brian Hanley, John Bowman, Robert
Rhine, Leonard Mclfeaters, Ronald Zimmerman. Sevczztla Row: James Sweigert, Kenneth
Longenecker, Fred Asper, Paul Flood, Kenneth liberly, Paul Showers, Herman Herr.
President ..............z... Brook Huntei
Vice-president .... ...H P hilip Donmoy er
Secretary ....... ...... L ois Shroy er
Treasurer ..... --- Richard Eshleman
First Row: Alfred Hoeh, Pa-
tricia Matz, Verna Ziegler
Richard Tice, Raymond Fry
Betsy Benz, Arlene Fisher, Da-
vid Shroyer. Second Rofw:
Betty Light, Judy Kindt, Rob-
ert Hartman, Louise Moyer,
Mr. Paul Billett - advisor.
This year the council consists of the oHicers of the three upper classes. Their
purpose is not just to plan social affairs but also to try to bring about a closer
relationship between faculty and students.
Although we can't point to many specific things done so far, We are trying to lay
the foundation for a worthwhile program next year. Our delegates to the Southern
District Conference come back enthusiastic about ideas they gathered and pre-
sented to the student body in Assembly.
First Row: David Kling, Patri-
cia Smith, Fern Liskey, Ronald
Blouch, Kay Miller, Thelma
Thomas, Lois Shroyer. Second
Row: Lester Fry, Brook Hunter,
Philip Donmoyer, Richard
Eshelman, Tilman Frye, Mr.
Starr - advisor.
Pfegidem ....,,............. Richard Tice
Vice-president --- .... David Shroyer
Secretary ..... ..... B etsy Benz
Treasurer --- --- Arlene Fisher
The junior High policy makers have really been an active organization in 1950-51.
They have sponsored several dances that were very well attended and have
arranged for the junior High assembly programs. Throughout the year the
council has been stressing the value of good conduct and thoughtful courtesy.
President ...... .. ..........,.. Kay Miller
Secretary --- .... Thelma Thomas
Treasurer .... ....... L ester Fry
The Crier Staff
First Row: Esther Foltz, Rose Marie Sudbury, Lenda Morgan, Carol Stone, Patricia Matz,
Elma jean Swope, Judy Blouch, Elsie Heisy, Christine Harner, Patricia Hartman. Second Row:
joan Smith, Georgeanna Shaud, Dolores Hapner, Ruth Shaak, Frances Thomas, Mildred
VVenger, Sallie Anne Kauffman, Lydia Fry, joan Sudbury. Third Row: Pearl Heilman, Betsy
Benz, jean Shenk, Sally Lou Heilman, Louise Moyer, Violanda Fortuna, Arlene Fisher, Judy
Kindt. F ourtlo Row: Dale Hunter, Robert Gruber, Stanley Frederick. jack Silberman, Norman
Blantz, John Starr.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Read about what? About everything that's
happened in the last few weeks in Annville High which is of interest to her students
Under the editorship of Elma jean Swope and Patsy Matz with a good staff our
school paper has kept us well informed about past and future activities. What a
flurry among the reporters to meet that copy deadline!
'fThe Crieri' has felt the increased cost of publishing and must get financial aid
from other sources. Let's rally to its support.
Girls' Athletic Association
First Row: Betsy Benz, Carol Stone, Esther Foltz, Frances Thomas, Betty Hoffman, Verna
Ziegler, Jean Bixler, Janice Umberger, Elma Jean Swope. Second Row: Mildred Wenger,
Dolores Hapner, Joan Smith, Arlene Fisher, Ruth Shaak, Joan Sudbury, Judy Blouch, Patricia
Matz, Doris Stober, Louise Moyer, Elsie Heisey. Tbird Rofw: Virginia Thomas, Pearl I-leilman,
Violanda Fortuna, Sallie Anne Kauffman, Patricia Royer, Christine Harner, Sally Lou
Heilman, Judy Kindt.
The G.A.A. was a new addition to Annville High this year, and a good one. We
were all made aware of its existence when we saw the weird appearances of the
girls being initiated. The aim of the Association is to strive for better sportsman-
ship, encourage wider interest in sports and boost school spirit.
The G.A.A. is made up -of the members of the girls' varsity teams. They are
active in promoting intramural sports and serve as officials for them. It is the hope
of Miss Lehman and the members that the G.A.A. will grow bigger and better
through the years.
President ................ Frances Thomas
Vice-president .... .... A rlene Fisher
Secretary ....... --- Verna Ziegler
Treasurer .... -- Esther Foltz
Future Homemakers of America
First Row: Rose Ensminger, Beverly Birch, Janice Umberger, Janet Ruhl, Marilyn Felker,
Marion Felker, Shirley XValtz. Second Row: Miss Patricia Zug - advisor, Gladys Speraw,
Shirley Killinger, Helen Sherriff, Dora Mariani, Jean Bixler.
The F .H.A. has a membership of twelve girls, who are the Junior and Senior
students in the Home Economics Department. They are learning to create a better
home life and also, the main thing, to be good cooks. This practical group meets
each week and plans many projects, such as food sales and exhibits. They parti-
cipated in the Pennsylvania State Farm Show this year along with other chapters
of the national organization.
P1'CSidCI1Y --................ Dora Mariani
ViCC-pr6SidCnt ............. Gladys Speraw
Secretary ...... --- Shirley Waltz
Treasurer --- .... Beverly Birch
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First Row: Lee Thomas, Dale Gingrich, Raymond Corcoran, Eugene Livering, Stanley Light,
Robert-Miller, Claude Brown, Richard Herr. Second Row: Lester Dechert, Earl Hoffsmith,
.james Miller, Robert Smith, Cyril Micozzi, john Aftosmes, Francis Di Enno. Third Row:
Marvin Miller, Karl Long, Ray Hartz, james Long, Kenneth Dissinger, Lee Fox.
No other school activity has a longer and brighter record than the Safety Patrol.
its work starts on the first and ends on the last day of school. f'Dependability," is
the watchword of the Patrol. The pay is the satisfaction of 'fa big job, well donef,
The reward, a banquet and a trip to Philadelphia to a baseball game. "Little enough
for the service rendered," we say.
l Driver Training
Driver training was organized this year for juniors and Seniors to teach them how
to drive safely. Mr. Young was the driving instructor. The pupils who took driving
training are as follows:
Mary jane Longeneeker
The picture shows the first semester group who passed their driver's test.
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First Row: Mildred VVenger, Betsy Benz, jacqueline Pyles, Ruth Shaak, Lsther Foltz, Sally
Lou Heilman, Second Row: james Long, Bruce Longenecker, Chester Stroh, Robert Shaak,
Stanley Light, Daniel Klick, james Unger, Donald Brandt, Raymond Fry, XVilliam Matz,
james Miller, Virginia Frederick. Third Row: janice Umbergcr, Rose Marie Sudbury, Trygve
Struble, Elsie Sxveigert, Lester Fry, james Svveigert, Charles Seidel, james Miller, Kenneth
Hoffman, Owen Miller, joan Smith, Louise Moyer, Fdna Blantz, Fern Liskey, Florence
Sweigert, joan Sudbury, james Speck, Doris Stober, jean Bixler, Shirley Waltz. Fourth Row:
Xlr. Lemon - director, Carl Daub, Kenneth Fegan, james Seltzer, Robert Kindt, VVilliarn
Hoxver, David Yorty, Alfred Hoch, jean Shenk, Patricia Matz, Fred Kreider, Gordner Bover,
Bruce llartman, Carol Stone. Fifth Rofw: Richard Tice, Larry Diamond, Ronald Blouch, Paul
Rabold, Robert Gruber, Kenneth Noll, David Shroyer, james Houston, Stanley Frederick,
,Xlarvin Miller, john Starr.
Tramp! Tramp! The band of A.H.S. is marching. Annville has been represented
in a number of parades during the past year by a band to be proud of. The band
also plays at May Day and gives an annual spring concert which is the big musical
event ofthe year.
The individual and group instrumental lessons are paying off and under Mr.
Lemon's capable direction the band is continuing its forward march in musical
progress. We were proud to have two of our members, Patsy Matz and David
Yorty, selected for the State Band at Harrisburg.
Junior High Chorus
Firm Row: Janet Summy, Ruth Garrison, Barbara Laycock, Ruth Ensminger, Anna Miller,
Sandra Houscr, Nancy Brunner, Jean Anspach, Mary Swope, Shirley Stoner, Trygve Struble,
Sally Dettra, Joanne Rhoads, Kay Miller, Patsy Smith, Elaine Seidel, Jacqueline Bucher,
Fleanor Fclty, Lois Shroyer, Janice Stroh, Fern Liskey. Second Rofwz Patsy Stoner, Thelma
Thomas, Joyce Ruhl, Patsy Schaifner, Claretta Noll, Shirley Fox, Shirley Shutt, Shirley
Longenecker, Frances Lash, Hattie Espenshade, Jackie Pyles, Lorraine Eshelman, Geraldine
VVagner, Thelma Hauer, Jean Ruhl, Rachel I-leilman, Claire Zearfoss, Henrietta DiAngelis,
Janet Engle, Dorothy Jurrell, Sally YVerner, Fay Kohr, Jean Long, Donna Dimm, Mary Horst,
Julia DiGiorgio. Third Row: Larry Rice, Larry Miller, Brook Hunter, Philip Donmoyer,
Lester Fry, Kenneth Deimler, Richard Eshelman, John Batz, Claude Brown, Miss Miller -
director. Fourth Row: XVilliam Hower, James Speck, Owen Miller, James Miller, James Batz,
Dale Gingrich, Dennis XVood, Lester Brough, Fred YVolfe, Karl Miller, Kenneth Longenecker,
Tilman Frye, XVarren Miller, James Moyer, Stanley Light, Daniel Klick, Paul VVolf, James
There are fifty-live pupils in Junior High School who are active members of the
Junior High Chorus. Their fine singing adds a great deal to various programs
during the year. Judging by what they have done we expect great things of them
as they come into Senior High.
These songsters have helped Annville to become better known in this area by their
excellent singing. They have been heard on the radio in very clever and beautiful
numbers. Last spring at the State Forensics in Pittsburgh the A.H.S. Ensemble
received superior rating.
Our mezzo-soprano, Elma Jean Swope, received the highest rating in the State
Forensics for three years.
First Row: Ruth Shaak, Elma Jean Swope, Arlene Fisher, Miss Miller - director. Second Rofwz
Gladys Speraw, Frances Thomas, Jean Shenk, Maylorraine Seidel, Elsie Heisey.
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Senior High Mixed Chorus
First Rofwz Mildred Wenger, Sally Lou Heilman, Rena Blouch, Judy Kindt, Virginia Thomas,
Maylorraine Seidel, Doris Boger, Helen Sherriff, Arlene Fisher, Ruth Shaak, Christine Harner,
Patsy Matz, Lydia Fry, Esther Foltz. Second Row: Geraldine VValters, Janet Ruhl, Betty
Light, Marilyn Buck, Betty Hoffman, Amy Fernsler, Mary Lou Killian, Dolores Hapner,
Dora Mariani, Gladys Speraw, Sallie Ann Kauffman, Louise Moyer, Edna Blantz, Ruth Buck,
Betsy Benz, Janet Miller, Frances Thomas, Elma Jean Swope, Joan Smith, Miss Miller-director.
Tlaird Row: Robert Gruber, Joan Poorman, Rose Marie Sudbury, Jean Shenk, Marilyn Felker,
Jean Bixler, Janice Umberger, Maurine McFeaters, Ruth Lentz, Elsie Heisey, Marion Meyer,
Beverly Birch, Verna Ziegler, Marion Felker, Shirley Waltz, David Shroyer. Fourth Rofwz
David Youty, Herbert Batz, Kenneth Noll, Alfred Hoch, Gardner Boyer, Raymond Fry, John
Starr, Harold Wenrich, William Reese, Norman Blantz, Stanley Frederick, Richard Tice,
George Wentling, Robert Shaak, Robert Hartman, Raymond Corcoran.
Everybody was glad to see more boys participate in chorus this year. Their support has
given better balance to the singing of this group of sixty members of the Senior High School.
The Christmas program featured VVaring numbers and the L'Hallelujah Chorus." The chorus
appeared in the Spring Concert and at Commencement. The class of '51 says, "Hats off to this
group of faithful workers and thanks for the fine entertainment you furnished us."
First Row: Janet Miller, Helen Sherriff, Rose Marie Sud-
bury, Esther Foltz, Frances Thomas, Betty Hoffman,
Verna Ziegler, Jean Bixler, Shirley Waltz, Janice Umber-
ger, Elma Jean Swope. Second Row: Dolores Hapner,
Joan Smith, Arlene Fisher, Ruth Shaak, Janet Ruhl, Jean
Shenk, Marian Felker, Patricia Matz, Doris Stober, Elsie
Heisey, Beverly Birch. Third Row: Miss Miller-director,
Doris Boger, Patricia Hartman, Judy Blouch, Maylorraine
Seidel, Christine Harner, Marilyn Felker, Betsy Benz,
Judy Kindt, Louise Moyer. .
The nightingales of A. H. S. practice once a week in study
hall and sometimes take our minds off our lessons. But
they have a big task preparing for the Spring Concert.
This year they sang some novelty tunes and Fred Waring
choral numbers. lt is always a pleasure to listen to them
and Miss Miller has done an excellent job in coaching .W .
First Row: John Aftosmes, Kenneth Howard, Fern Liskey, Virginia Fred-
erick, Robert Shaak, joan Smith, john Starr. Second Row: Lester Fry,
Elsie Sweigert, Edna Blantz, Patricia Matz, Trygve Struble, Louise Moyer,
Lydia Fry, David Yorty. Third Row: Ronald Blouch, Fred Kreider, William
Matz, james Houston, Carol Stone, Gardner Boyer, Thelma Hauer, Donald
Brandt, Robert Gruber. Fourth Row: Alfred Hoch, David Shroyer, Owen
Miller, Robert Kindt, james Miller.
Our local "long hairs" play for us several times during the year and broaden our
musical interest. On one occasion they featured selections from "The Messiah"
with great success. Their performance gives evidence that the thirty members
practice diligently each week. Some of them do so well that two of our violinists,
Robert Shaak and john Starr won the honor of playing in the State Orchestra
In March Mr. Lemon and the Annville High Orchestra were privileged to be hosts
to the Southern District Orchestra of over 100 musicians. The local citizens had
the opportunity of hearing a really inspiring concert, with Prof. Edward P.
Rutledge as guest conductor.
F irst Rofwz Alfred Hoch, Owen Miller, David
Yorty. Second Row: David Shroyer, Robert
Gruber, James Houston.
This small group of musicians provides entertainment for various organizations
throughout the school year. They provided entertainment for senior high
assemblies, the Rotary Club, P. T. A., and the Business Men's Association of
Annville. They also played at Middletown Odd Fellows Banquet, Cleona U. B.
Church Brotherhood, and at a Spelling Bee at Lawn, Pennsylvania.
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First Rofwz jacob Heagy, Wilbur Longenecker, Robert Bowman, Richard Tice, Chester Stroh
Second Row: William Reese-manager, Mr. Harold Brandt-coach, Charles Foltz. Abrent:
This year's team is one in the long line of teams that have upheld the Red and
White standards for many years. It was one of the best in the county league, both
as a team and as individuals. By their good sportsmanship and courage, they proved
themselves worthy to represent Annville High on the gym floor.
No little credit should go to Coach Harold Brandt who inspired the boys by his
leadership and instruction.
December A.I-I. S. Opp. j.V. Opp.
5 Hershey 33 57 2 8 3 3
8 Hummelstown 44 65 2 5 23
12 Wommelsdorf 5 1 21 34 16
15 Alumni 41 30
Totals 169 173 87 7f
The varsity had a record of 2 wins and 2 losses for preseason
play. The league season was as follows:
December A.H. S. Opp. j.V. Opp.
19 Cornwall 45 31 31 33
21" Palmyra 50 45 27 44
5 Myerstown 2 6 25 2 7 38
9 Schaefferstown 5 1 28 59 25
12 S. Lebanon 49 31 31 32
15 Schaefferstown 45 29 56 18
19 S. Lebanon 42 29 42 32
23 Palmyra 38 46 2 2 5 6
26 Myerstown 5 3 49 2 7 36
30 Cornwall 59 29 36 21
6 Schaefferstown 55 34 46 25
9 S. Lebanon 60 38 49 27
13" Palmyra 40 45 zo 39
20 Cornwall 5 2 44 5 5 1 8
16 Myerstown 63 5 2 32 40
Totals 728 555 550 484
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First Rofwz Wayne Herr-manager, james Seltzer, Harold Kline, Robert
Hartman, Robert Batz-manager. Second Row: Earl Hoffsmith, john Starr,
Paul Rabold, Carl Blouch, Karl Long, Ray Hartz, David Shroyer, Mr.
Under Mr. Murr's tutelage the jV's made a good showing and
have some promising material for next year's varsity.
Annville High can certainly be proud of its junior High team
which won 9 and lost 3, just falling short of the championship.
The season was as follows:
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First Row: james Heilman-man-
ager, Lester Fry, Robert Clark,
james Moyer, Robert Seltzer,
James Miller, Kenneth Hoffman,
Irvin Winters, james Graby-man-
ager. Second Row: Stanley Light,
Eugene Fortna, Robert Kindt,
Arthur Behney, Carl Daub, Ronald
Blouch, Carl Flickinger, Mr. Bugda
In the playoff, Annville lost to Hershey by the score of 19-25.
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Front Row: Alfred lloch, Ray Hartz, Robert Bowman, VVilliam Reese, Richard Tice, Larry
Diamond. Middle Row: Mr. Howard Moyer-coach, Earl Hoffsmith, David Ensminger, Charles
Foltz, James Seltzer, jacob Heagy. Back Row: jay Hartz-manager, James Unger, David Shroyer,
Wilbur Longenecker, james Long, Richard Fortna.
Although Annville's soccer team was not victorious we are, nevertheless, proud
to hold the distinction of being the only team to defeat Jonestown, who won the
county championship this year. We feel that with Mr. Moyer's coaching and with
the fine school spirit shown by the players, Annville will do better next year.
Dick Tice, jake Heagy,
Paul Rabold, Chet Stroh
set new record for mile re-
lay of 3 minutes, 47.8 sec-
onds in Lebanon County
Herbert Baty and Lynn
Sparts lead way in half-
rnile run at Palmyra-Ann-
ville Track Meet.
First Row: Wilbur Longe-
necker, Irvin Zimmerman,
James Unger, Robert Bow-
man, Kenneth Noll, Gerald
Bean, Ray Hartz, Second
Rofw: Warren Smith, David
Shroyer, Carl Blouch,
Charles Foltz, Harold Kline,
jacob Heagy, Samuel All-
wein. Third Row: Fred
Sparks, james Hartman, Paul
Wolfe, james Miller, Bruce
Longenecker, James Graby-
assistant manager. Fourth
Row: David Ensminger -
manager, Luke Wagner,
Robert Kindt, Carl Daub,
Kenneth Hoffman, Mr. Paul
The 1951 baseball season was one of the poorest in history. We
had 1 win against 10 losses. Even though the scores show such a
record the team showed excellent sportsmanship and is very
promising for the future years.
First Row: Carl Rabold, Carl
Gerber, Harold Wenrich,
Herbert Batz, Richard Tice,
Henry Killian, Chester
Stroh. Second Row: john
Starr, jack Landis, Lester
Dechert, Lynn Sparks, Al-
fred Hoch, Raymond Corco-
ran, Nlr. XVilliam Young-
coach. Third Row: Larry
Diamond, Earl Hoffsmith,
Paul Rabold, Dale Hunter,
james Houston, John Aftos-
mes-manager. Not on Pic-
rure: Cyril Micozzi-man-
The 1951 track season at Annville High was not as successful as
in past years. The first meet was held on April 23 between jones-
town and Annville on the home field, in which Annville lost by
the score of 40 to 56. On April 25 Annville lost their second meet
to Palmyra by the score of 44-U6 to 51-5!6. The final dual meet
was held on May 2 with Cornwall in which the Speedboys tied
the Miners 48 to 48.
In the County Meet the Annville High Relay Team set a new
record and our school finished fourth in the whole meet.
F irst Row: Frances Thomas-assistant coach, Christine I-Iarner, Doris Stober, Violanda Fortuna,
Virginia Thomas, Sally Lou Heilman, Sallie Anne Kauffman, joan Sudbury, Judy Kindt, Ruth
Shaak, Dolores Hapner-manager. Second Row: Mildred VVagner, Pearl Heilman-assistant man-
agers, Arlene Fisher, Esther Foltz, Betsy Benz, Elsie Heisey, Judy Blouch, Carol Stone, Patricia
Matz, Louise Moyer, Verna Ziegler-manager, Miss Lehman-coach.
This year presented another girls' Varsity Basketball Team. Although the team
was not successful in getting the higher score, they showed plenty of fight and
sportsmanship which is characteristic of Annville teams.
The team has a record of two wins and seven losses, the wins being against the
Alumnae team and the Myerstown team.
To future teams, we leave the hope for a more successful season.
December A.H.S. OPP. 19 Lebanon .,... . . . 22 41
8 Heidelberg . . . . . . 14 33 26 Heidelberg .... . . . 20 32
15 Alumnae . . . . . . 43 38 February
january 6 Bethel ....... . . . 35 59
5 Bethel ...... . . . 18 48 16 Myerstown .... . . . 32 24
12 Myerstown . . . . . . 23 28 23 Lebanon ..... . . . 31 45
First Rofw: joan Sudbury, Doris Stober, Ruth Shaak, Arlene Fisher, Violanda Fortuna, joan
Smith, Esther Foltz. Second Rofwz Carol Stone-manager, Elsie Heisey, Sallie Anne Kauffman,
Nancy Brightbill, Christine Harner, Lenda Morgan, Janice Umberger, Betsy Benz, Rose Marie
Sudbury, Miss Lehman-coach.
The introduction of tennis to the category of girls' sports proved a success. The
Speedgirls had two matches, winning both of them.
With the foundation built by this year's team, tennis will become one of Ann-
ville's top sports.
May A.H.S. OPP.
1 Lebanon .... ...., 2 7 6
3 Palmyra ,... . . . 24 12
F irxt Row: Elma jean Swope-manager, Christine Harner, Judy Blouch, Mildred Wenger, joan
Sudbury, Patricia Hartman, Judy Kindt, Doris Boger, Miss Lehman-coach. Second Row: joan
Smith, Virginia Thomas, Louise Moyer, Sallie Ann Kauffman, Sally Lou Heilman, Ruth Shaak,
Violanda Fortuna, janet Whisler. Third Row: Rose Marie Sudbury, Esther Foltz, Betsy Benz,
Betty Hoffman, Doris Stober, Pearl Heilman, Marilyn Buck. Fourth Row: Patricia Royer, Elsie
Heisey, Lenda Morgan, Patricia Matz, Carol Stone.
This year, the girls' varsity sports were extended to include hockey. Under the
capable coaching of Miss Lehman, the speedgirls completed a fairly successful
season. Playing more experienced teams, the speedgirls won three of their five
Our many congratulations are extended to each of the hockey players for their
fine play, and We Wish them the best of luck in the future.
October A.H.S. OPP. December
11 Hershey . . . ..... 1 0 2 Elizabethtown . . . . , , 2 1
17 L.V.C. ,.... . . . 0 3 -- --
l9 Susquehana . . , , , 1 0 4 6
25 Susquehana ..,............,.... 0 2
F irrt Row: joan Sudbury, Sally Lou Heilman, Ruth Shaak, Rose Marie Sudbury, joan Smith.
Second Row: Fern Liskey, Patricia Smith, Kay Miller, Ruth Garrison. Not on Picture: Jean
Shenk, Lenda Morgan, Lydia Fry.
These girls have given up their time and energy to back our teams in all their
sports events. Along with them goes the expression, "Are you driving to the
game?" Without them the games would be rather colorless as they keep the crowd
alive with their cheers. Many thanks go to these girls for their support and good
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Make it count!
Who done it?
A quiet moment
King and Queen of Hearts Dance
This year the junior High School Student Council sponsored the second King
and Queen of Hearts Dance. From ten nominees, the entire junior High student
body chose jean Ruhl to reign as queen and Ronald Blouch to reign as king. The
highlight of the dance was the placing of crowns on the king and queen by last
year's reigning couple, Rena Blouch and Raymond Corcoran. Other members
of the court were: Robert Kindt, john Wells, Fred Kreider, Clarette Noll, Mary
Swope and Patricit Smith. Joanne Hollinger was chosen as Princess and james
Miller was chosen as Prince.
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The members of the Class of 1951, wish to express their appreciation to all those
Who have contributed to this yearbook by their interest, efforts, and financial
We are especially grateful for the cooperation of the Gantz-Uhler photographers,
the advertisers and the following sponsors:
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hawryluk
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hostetter
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Long
Dr. and Mrs. Warren I. Brubaker
Dr. and Mrs. james R. Monteith
Rev. and Mrs. Harry T. Richwine
Rev. and Mrs. Miller Price
We came back after school closed to finish the yearbook.
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Lily Ann Shoppe
207 W. Main Street
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
P. Rodney Kreider
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Main and Killinger Streets
Phone 7-41 31
9 84 11 West Main Street
Call 7-301 1
Class of 1951
A. S. KREIDER CO.
KINGSLEY AND BROWN, INC.
Launderers - Cleaners
Where Good VVork ls A Habit
Two Cold Storage Annville 7-3511
Vaults At Your Service Hershey 1-0611
Hilton 81 Love
13 East Main Street
Annville Lumber Company
Lumber and Millwork
750 East Main Street
West End Meat
H. G. Spangler, Prop.
Dealer in all Kinds of Meats
Hostetter's Food Market
Fresh and Smoked Meats
29 West Sheridan Avenue
A. R. Shearer
Mobilgas - Mobiloil - Service Station
Car Washing 81 Lubrication
Main and White Oak Streets
Annville Frozen Food Service
- Locker Service -
Meats, Groceries, Frozen Foods
Our Own Ice Cream
400 E. Main St. Phone 7-7141
Batdorf Dept. Store
Breyer's Ice Cream
Talk of the Town
East Main Street
Gas - Oil - Lubrication
Washing and Waxing
Call for and Deliver
Accessories Phone 7-5931
THE PENNWAY BAKERY
YOUR MILK DISTRIBUTOR
Hershey's A Wengerfs
Homogenized Cream t0p
HARRY I.. MEYER
Cleowa, Pa. Phone 2216-j
Low Prices Easy Terms
For Good Used Cars
Sherry's Auto Mart
861 E. Main Street
KREIDER MFG. C0
H osie ry
Good Luck to you Kids of "Sl"
40 E. Main Street
Phone 7-671 1
Wall Paper Window Shades
Phone 7-5 7 8 1
Isaac M. Long
Life - Automobile
Compensation - Fire
17 East Main Street
Lebanon Daily News Agency
Roy H. Light Estate
209 N. Railroad Street 14 E. Main Street
Palmyra, Pa. Annville, Pa.
Phone 8-5341 Phone 7-5131
For the Finest in
J. EDWARD GANTZ
R. WILLIAM UHLER, ASSOCIATE
781 Cumberland St. Lebanon, Penna.
R. E. Kreider
Shoes For The Entire Family
Red CG01dD Cross - Saddle Mares 757 Cumberland St. Lebanon,
School Photography a Specialty
FARM FRESH Sm SERVICE
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General Auto Repair Work
BENTZXS TEXACO SERVICE
859 East Main, Annville
Graduating Class of "Sl"
13 W. Main Street
Lebonan RD 31:1 Phone 7-9921
John H. Boger 84 Son
Coal - Feed - Fertilizer
'4Give Her Flowers
just Because She's Wonderful
Juy's Flower Shop
Jay W. Krady, Prop.
N071 The Squaren
Phone 8-645 1 Palmyra, Pa.
Phone 7-9941 Residence 7-8202
F. D. Unger Service Station
Gas - Oil - Tires - Tubes
West Main Street
Lloyd V. Herr
Commercial and Residential Wiring
Appliances - Fixtures
Phone 7-8911 449 W. Main St.
123 East Main Street
Fancy Fruit Baskets
For all occasions
PAUL H. KETTERING
ESSO - Good Year Service
Hunting and Fishing Supplies
On the Square
Annville Phone 7-6231
Dry Cleaning Groceries,
Pressing Produce 8:
Pensupreme Ice Cream
I8 W. Main Annville
12 W. Main St. Annville
Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes
L'Fo1' Good Appeawzncel' D. L.
H. W. KREIDER
Menls and Boys' Clothing Annville Pa
Puritan Sportswear , i
5 6 E. Main St. Palmyra, Pa.
H.E. MILLARD LIME AND STONE COMPANY
High Calcium-Lime 8: Limestone
Annville - Penna.
HAROLD C. BRANDT
Winter wheat Flour and
Blue Ribbon Feeds
Master Mix Feeds
Double Diamond Feeds
Phone 7-7661 Annville, Pa.
THE ASTOR THEATER
Phone 7-8421 AAA
U NG ER B ROS.
896 E. Main St.
Guaranteed Used Cars
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
LESTER L. KREIDER
348 W. Main Street
"Where Customers Send Their F riendsn
Phone 7-5071 We Deliver
Sumbeam and G.E.
H. F. Brandt
Sales and Service
5 4 N. Lancaster Street
L'Tlae Home of Better Values"
Furniture and Floor Coverings
Electric Refrigerators, Appliances
Gas 8: Electric Stoves
Modern Funeral Home
328 W. Main St. Phone 7-5141
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