Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1952
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We the class of 1952 dedicate this yearbook to Miss Eleanor Witmyer
for her patience and understanding both inside and outside the classroom
and for helping us to learn the American way of life. She has always
sei for us a fine example of citizenship which we shall sincerely try to
ag f if
i' ""iix nyg-WY' -
M anetta Noll
Harold C. Brandt
Daniel H. Davis
William T. Davis
Kenneth A. Euston
Arville G. Light Jr.
Harold A. Matz
Adam D. Miller
Claude H. Miller
Lester C. Miller
J. R. Monteith
J. Richard Murr
v. 81 Mrs. Harry T. Hichwine
Dr. 81 Mrs. F. G. Sheese
Mr. 81 Mrs. David K. Shroyer
Rev. K. Otis Spessard
Mr. gl Mrs. J. G. Starr
Mr. 81 Mrs. Chester C. Stroh
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Boa rd of Directors
Rev. Harry T. Richwine
David K. Shroyer
M. Byrl Nye - Secretary
Adam D. Miller - President
Merl L. Keim - Supervising principal
Chester C. Stroh - Treasurer
First Row: Miss Jane North - Grade 3, Mrs. Gakey Light - Grades 3 81 49 Miss Ada C.
Bossard - Spanish, Social Studiesg Miss Mildred E. Myers - English, Latin, Miss Elea-
nor L. Witmeyer - Social Studiesg Mrs. Arville G. Light, Jr. - Commercial, Mrs. Sarah
M. Lannon - Grades 5 81 6, Mrs. J. Richard Murr - School Nurse, Miss Grace R. Berry
Grade 4. Second Row: Mrs. Chester Maulfair - Secretary, Miss Glenna Eshleman -
Libraryg Mrs. Paul Kreider - Grade 29 Mrs. Edward S. Loose - Grade 69 Mrs. William
Keller - Grade 29 Mrs. John Darkes - Grade lg Miss Mar E. Lehman - Health Ed-
ucationg Miss Mary June Kreider - Home Economics. Third, Row: Howard G. Moyer -
Social Studiesg J. Richard Murr - Industrial Artsg Mrs. Paul C. Billett - English, So-
cial Studiesg Mrs. Elizabeth R. Barnhart - Mathematics, Mrs. Sara B. Brubaker - Eng-
lishg Miss Betty M. Miller - Vocal Music, Harold G. Brandt - Physical Educationg Hen-
ry J. Hollinger - Mathematics. Fourth Row: William K. Lemon III - Instrumental Mus-
icg Thomas Hoban - English, Paul C. Billett - Scienceg Peter P. Bugda, Jr. - Artg Merl
L. Keim - Supervising Principal, Raymond Swingholm - Science, Driver Training.
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Class colors - Blue and Gold
Class flower - Red Rose
Class motto - We came, we studied, we conquered
, Norman V. Blantz Jr.
Serious minded - Miss Wit-
meyer's protege - tall - terri-
fic memory - mania for talking -
a dependable friend - can al-
ways take a joke - independent
thinker - will make a wonder-
ful histor teacher.
Mixed Chorus 2,33 Dramatics
1,2,3: Crier 2,35 Yearbook 3.
Carl G. Blauch
Bashful - has own car -
lives in Bellegrove - seldom
cuts up in homeroom - serious
type - black, wavy hair - al-
ways lending homework - good
natured - hidden talents on
Mixed Chorus 3g Basketball 1,2,
33 Baseball 1,2,3g Track 2,3.
,Iudith A. Blouch
getests long hair - looks
cute with glasses - A's in
special arts - enjoys parties -
good guard on basketball team
- has an excuse for everything
- a long way home - dark hair
with eyes to match - pleasing
Band 3gMixed Chorus 1,3gGirl's
Chorus 1,2,3g Dramatics 1,2,3g
Crier 2g Yearbook 33 Basketball
1,2,3g Hockey 2,3g G.A.A. 2,35
May Court 1.
Gardner E. Boyer
Independent character - has
a way with girls -hot rod "Hud-
son" - never studies - looks
for arguments - knows all the
answers -free with compliments
- could get along without
school - tough time with ex-
Orchestra 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3g
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Safety Pat-
Doris L. Boger
Good natured - special stop
for hockey bus - that giggle!
- short but full of pep - ex-
perienced first grade teacher -
faithful lunch carrier - typical
woman driver - easily per-
suaded - good natured t e.
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Gills'
Chorus 1,2,3g Crier 3g Yearbook
33 Dramatics 1,23 Hockey 1,2,
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Lewis S. Brough
Came to us in late years -
member of National Guard - in-
teresting answers in all classes
- always drives to school -
keeps up on current events -
loves to talk - shines in P. of
Nancy A. Brightbill
Experienced driver - other
half of Shaud-Brightbill com-
bination -talkative -extensive
wardwrobe - puts voice to good
use at basketball games -makes
frequent trips to Lebanon.
Crier 35 Yearbook 39 Tennis 2.
Kenneth L. Dissinger
Quiet - faithful record
changer at dances -courteous -
always has home work done -
skilled at running film pro-
jector - commutes from Cleona
-willing to help in any instance
Crier 35 Student Council 13
Class Officer 35 Safety Patrol
2g Yearbook 3.
Arlene J. Fisher
Friendly and helpful - loves
dancing - flirty eyes - alwa s
lending homework papers - hill-
billy fan - Mr. Hollinger's
"dream girl" - active guard in
basketball team - in adilemma
Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Girl's
Chorus 1,2,3g Ensemble 2,35
School Crier 25 Yearbook 35
Student Council 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35
Class officer 1,25 Dramatics 1,
2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Tennis
2,35 May Day 2,3.
Violanda C . Fortuna
Extensive reader - chews
gum violently - cute dimple -
special arts student - hates
tardiness - frequents Palmyra
movie - likes blue eyes - col-
lects records - expresses her-
Dramatics lg Crier 1,2,35 An-
nual 35 Basketball 25 Hockey
2,35 Tennis 25 G.A.A. 2,3.
Charles A. Foltz
Quiet, friendly smile -light-
ning on basketball court - pur-
sued by fair sex - "Charlie,
My Boy" -faithful partol boy -
in on all the fun - never in a
hurry -- good friend.
Student Council 15 Patrol 1,35
Basketball 1,2,35 Baseball 1,
2,35 Soccer 1,2,35 Varsity
Club 35 Class Officer 2.
Christine M. Hamer
Congenial - makes English
class interesting - that summer
at the shore! Good cook - whiz
in Math - doesn't believe in
exerting oneself - loves to
argue - originality plus - extra
special tennis player - vol-
unteers for every committee.
Band 2,3g Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3g Dramatics
l,2,3g Crier 1,2,3g Greystone
Staff 3g Basketball 1,2,34 Hock-
ey 1,2,3g Tennis 2,33 C.A.A.
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Lawrence A. Frattaroli
Black wavy hair - always
talking - not a care in the
world - can be mighty stub-
bom - dreamer - kind hearted
- a wide accumulation of jokes
- avoids mental exercise.
Patricia A. Hartman
Dependable in any instance -
original style of writing -
friendly - proud of her diamond
- never moody - swings a mean
hockey stick - has her future
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Girls' Chor-
us 1,2,3g Dramatics 1,2,3g Crier
1,2,3g Greystone Staff 3g Student
Council 1gHockey 1,2,35 Tennis
Jay W . Hartz
Friendly giggle - tight with
his money - good in Math -
drives mail truck - Romeo of
Hartz twins - always manages
to look innocent - hangs out at
Pearl A. Heilman
Indis ensable in commercial
room - djependable - Miss Leh-
man's right hand girl - always
ready for a laugh - hugh col-
lection of neat clothes - bus-
iness manager of various organ-
Girls Chorus 3g Dramatics lg
Crier l,2,39 Yearbook 35 Basket-
ball manager l,2,3g Hockey 1,2,
35 G.A.A. 2,3.
Ray T. Hartz
Teases the girls-had temper
-nickname for everyone - likes
to laugh - known to stutter
when he tells stories - sure
school couldn't run without him
- useful reserve for "Little
Basketball 2,3g Baseball 2,39
Track 1,2,3g Soccer 1,2,3g Var-
sity Club 35 Patrol l,2.
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Alfred K. Hoch
"The man with the horn" -
flirting brown e es drives a
mean Buick - eailsy to get along
with - deep base voice adds
much to the mixed chorus -
indescribable laugh - has agirl
in every town.
Band 1,2,3g Chorus 1,2,3g
Dramatics 1,2,3g Soccer 2,33
Track 1,2,3g Orchestra 1,2,3g
Varsit Club 3g Dance Band 2,
35 Class Officer Ig Student
Elsie L. Heisey
Cute smile - interest in
Okinawa - class soprano -
attractive - loves horseback
ridin - always seen with
shougder strap bag - popular
student - wide collection of
friends - screams at every in-
cident - will make a pleasant
Band 2,3g Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3g Ensemble
2,35 Crier l,2,3g Yearbook 35
Basketball 1,2,33 Hockey 1,2,3g
Tennis 25 G.A.A. 2,3g May
Court 39 Dance Band 3.
Shirley M. Killinger
Flashy eyes - loves them
and leaves them - sweater girl
- frequents the Co-Ed - smooth
dancer - good things come in
small packages - looks cute
with bangs - likes to write let-
ters - pierced ears.
Yearbook Staff 33 Basketball lg
Jeannette E. Kline
First senior to sport a dia-
mond ring - pretty eyes - neat
figure - short, wavy hair -
working gal - carries a shoulder
bag - soft spoken in P. of D.
class - will make a charming
Phyllis M. Landis
Commuter from Clear Spring
- barrels of fun - chews gum
like mad - gets along with
everyone - quick temper - slug-
ger in volleyball and softball -
never lets a friend down.
Yearbook 33 Basketball 1gG.A.
Lewis J. Landis
Wonderful sense of humor -
boasts wallet-sized x-rays -
quiet, till you get to know him -
variety of girls - wavy hair -
jokester - rural friend - handy
with the drums.
Greystone Staff 39 Track l,2,3.
Karl B. Long
Sense of humor - those blue
eyes! - big brute - what a
laugh! - witty suggestions at
class meetings - easy to get
along with - leads cheering at
girls' basketball games - con-
stantly betting on games.
Basketball 1,23 Soccer 1,39 Var-
sity Club 3g Safety Patrol 1,25
james B. Long
Tall and handsome - has a
mind of his own - ladies' man
- dark curly hair - can be de-
pended upon to usher at class
plays - likes new faces -
class drummer boy.
Band 1,2,3g Soccer 1,2,3g Pat-
rol Zg Varsity Club 35 Basket
ball lg Mixed Chorus 1,33 Orch-
girl - mai.-15 X
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Mary Jane Longenecker
Mary Jane Commercial
Usually laughing - pretty
clothes - gets around a lot -
stately carriage - quiet voice
- seen at every dance - keeps
the fellows guessing - jitter-
bu fiend - considers school
Wilbur D. Longenecker
' 'Oc " General
Class president - con-
scientous - easy to get along
with - basketball captain -
popular with both sexes - spe-
cial glass guards all his own -
always in good spirits - given
hard time at class meetings.
Basketball 1,2,35 Baseball l,2,
3g Soccer 1,23 Varsity Club 3g
Safety Patrol 35 Class Officer
James C. Miller
Shy around girls - prefers
blue cars - good worker - quiet
type - sometimes called "Cow-
boy" - dependable - faithful
attendance to music practices -
keeps "in the money" with part
Orchestra 2,33 Band 1,2,3g
Yearbook 3g Safety Patrol 1,2.
Patricia A. Matz
Efficient - varied vocabulary
- studious type - one of our
representatives to state and dis-
trict band - busy as a bee - a
true friend - hobby fiend - ac-
complished baritone sax-
ophonist - takes complete notes
in every class - rarely seen not
wearing a bracelet.
Orchestra 1,2,3g Band 1,2,35
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Girls' Chor-
us 1,2,3g Dramatics l,2.3g
Crier 1,2,3g Student Council 2g
Basketball 1,2,3g Hockey 1,2,3g
G.A.A. 2,3g Class Officer 1,2.
Manetta M. Noll
Quiet until you know her -
good commercial student - con-
scientous - good in Math - soft
voice - member of the gossip
brigade in commercial room -
Girls' Chorus 39 Crier 3g Year-
Marvin E. Miller
hot rod - useful on volley-
ball team - reliable collector
of tickets at basketball ames
- delights in teasing - ?riend-
ly disposition - always good for
Band 2,35 Yearbook 3g Soccer lg
Safety Patrol l,2.
Carl F. Rabold
Neat dresser - fast member
of the track team - willing to
help anytime - quick temper-
runs own taxi service - orig-
inates many interestin quarrels
with girls - victim 0? surprise
Yearbook 3g Patrol 3.
William M. Reese
Class clown - could use a
couple of false teeth - needs no
eyelash curler - always ready
to stick up for his rights- has a
lot of irls on the strin - ood
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sport - looks forward to thirty
years in the Navy.
Mixed Chorus l,2,3g Basketball
2,35 Soccer 1,2,3g Varsity Club
Janet L. Ruhl
Hails from Colebrook-habit-
ually seen with Mitzi - never
without gum - pretty eyes -
efficient in kitchen - friendly -
likes to run around - jitter-
bugger - collection of belts.
Mixed Chorus 2,39 Girls' Chor-
us 2g Yearbook 33 F.H.A. 2,3.
Patricia A. Boyer
A reason why "Gentlemen
prefer Blondes" - girl who
takes advantage of opport-
unities - friendly - refused to
cut her hair - persistent -
could use a typewriter - shutter
bug - poise - collection of
Dramatics 1,2,3g Yearbook 1,2,
35 Basketball l,3g Hockey 1,2,
33 C.A.A. 2,35 May Day Court
Marie A. Russo
Helpful - center of attraction
in locker room - likes to argue
- stands up for her rights -
- sense of humor - looks nice
in red - pretty smile - big
brown eyes - never seen with-
out gum -likes to laugh.
David R. Sattazahn
Unique story teller - cute
dimples - "Hi podner" - handy
with imaginary six- uns - hails
from North Annvise - strong
but not always silent - good
guy - could do without Math.
Chorus lj Baseball 1.
Maylorraine A. Seidel
Always giggling - interests
in Cornwall - blessed with
curls - well advanced vocabulary
- could do without Math -
friendly - neat handwriting -
plans work systematically -
future Florence Nightingale.
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3gGirls'Chor-
us 1,2,39 Ensemble 2,35 School
Crier 2,3g Yearbook 3.
Ruth M. Shaak
Blonde dynamo - adds much
to our cheering squad - never
without words - always cast
as "brat" in plays - sure of
her man - takes part in ever -
thing - friendly - bright smile
- knows all the latest dirt.
Majoretts 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus
1,34 Girls' Chorus l,2,33 Ensem-
ble 2,34 Dramatics l,2,3g Crier
l,2,3g Girls' Basketball 2,33
Hockey l,2,3g Tennis 2,34
Cheering l,2,3g G.A.A. 2,39
Class Officer 3g May Court 2,
f'eor eanna G Shaud
"Shrimp" g Commercial
Neat dresser - interests in
Cleona .. petite - often seen
but not heard - efficent
typist - respected by all com-
mercial students - quite studious
- well manered - flair for art
- never refuses to do a favor.
Crier 2,35 Yearbook 3.
George D. Shaud, jr.
Gets around alot - quiet -
the aggressive type -can handle
a car - neat dresser - loves to
hook school with Bottles and
Larry - hates to walk - big-
er half of the Shaud twins.
Safety Patrol 1,29 Varsity Club
John R. Smith III
Potato chip man - shares
his candy willingly - happy go
lucky - came to us from Myers-
town - generous - knack for
corny hats - rarely seen with-
out a pencil on his ear - good
David K. Shroyer, jr.
Dream of weaker six - big
wheel - coins own Spanish -
English vocab - flatters under-
classmen -interests in Lebanon
- tears around in a plane - pen-
ny pincher - hot tromhonist -
- leadership qualities - main
interest women - undecided
Orchestra l,2,3g Band 1,2,3g
Dance Band 2,3g Dramatics l,2g
3g Student Council 1,2,3g Basket-
ball 2,3g Baseball 2,39 Soccer
l,2,3g Varsity Club 35 Class
Officer 1,29 Chorus 1,2,3.
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Robert D. Smith
Hot Rod - doesn't believe in
worrying - says what he things
- often sought by truant officer
- unconcerned - could use an
alarm clock - experience in
Safety Patrol 2.
Lucille J. Snoke
Comes to our class from
Bellegrove - pretty brown eyes
- attractive dimples - friendly
to all - sweet sixteen and '?
- prefers fellows from our rival
town - will make an efficient
Girls' Chorus 35 Crier 39 Year-
Chester C. Stroh, jr.
Smooth dancer - autographs
class pictures ardently - Don
Juan - dead shot on basketball
floor - neat dresser - "Chetie,
Chetie" - cut up in P. of D.
class - don't get my sidewalk
dirty - on friendly terms with
Globetrotters - Annville's
Band l,2,3g Basketball l,2,3g
Track l,2,3g Dramatics l,2,3g
Varsity Club 3g Student Coun-
Lynn M. Sparks
Mr. Hollinger's "practical
problem kid" - always ready for
an ar ument conscientous
worker - gets what he wants -
that accent! - mile Olumpic
runner - disgusted with juvenile
actions of classmates - prefers
Junior girls - future in science.
Dramatics 2,39 Sports, track 25
Varsity Club 33 Yearbook Staff 3.
Irvin B. Zimmerman
Curly blonde hair - always
late for school - forever driving
girls to and from school -
handy with the tennis racquet-
skilled in volley ball - ex-
Baseball 1,2,3g Basketball lg
Soccer lg Safety Patrol lg Var-
sity Club 3g Yearbook 3.
David L. Yorty
Master of Clarinet -hypochon-
driac - loves to skip school -
attended State Band-keeps cig-
arette machines in business -
interests in Myerstown - Char-
les Atlas of Senior Class -
doesn't believe in doing home-
Dance Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 1,
2,39 Band 1,2,3g Mixed Chorusl,
2,33 Basketball 1,23 Dramatics
1,2,3g Class Officer lg Student
We came back for our last year at
Soccer season opened.
Hockey season opened.
First newspaper camival in A.H.S.
G.A.A. sponsored skating party.
Halloween parade and dance.
Seniors' Student Government D ay.
Basketball season opened - Girls
We beat Palmyra.
Christmas vacation started.
28 Christmas dance.
2 Back for the second half.
14 Farm show day.
28 Senior skating party.
No semester exams!
18 Little Dutc hmen finished 3rd
in league by beating Comwall.
10 Report cards again.
11 Basketball playday at L. V.C.
14 Senior Class Dance.
11-14 Easter vacation.
26 May day.
26 The Big Day - Commencement.
28 Junior High Transfer Exercise.
Best athletes Best Musicians
Elsie Heisey Patricia Matz
Charles Foltz Alfred Hoch
Class clown and Cutest giggle Best Dancers
William Reese Mary Jane Longene cker
Doris Boger Chester Stroh
Most Popular Most Studious
Ruth Shaak Patricia Matz
Wilbur Longenecker Norman Blantz
Contributed most to A.H.S. Best Dressed
Arlene Fisher Mary jane Longenecker
David Shroyer Carl Rabold
Best Looking Most Courteous
Ruth Shaalc Patricia Royer
james Long Norman Blanzz
Most Likely to succeed Easiest to get along with Best Actors
Patricia Matz Phyllis Landis Ruth Shaak
Lynn Sparks Charles Foltz David Shroyer
As I think back over the ears of school that are now drawing to a close, I first think of grade
school. How funny and small we were then! Do you remember some of our teachers? Miss Hill,
Mrs. Shroyer, Mrs. Kreider, Miss Kaylor, Mrs. Keefer, and Mrs. Loose? Those were the young
"carefree" days when we played "boy chase girl" and "jump rope." ln second grade, for the
first time in Annville, a little Negro girl was one of our classmates. Miss Butterwick, our music
teacher, was director of the Rhythm Band in first and second grade. Then in fifth and sixth
grade we took many trips. One was to Indian Echo Cave after which we each made a scrapbook
of what we remembered. Another trip was to the Lebanon Daily News. At the end of our sixth
year Mrs. Loose had a picnic for us at Liskey's
In seventh grade we girls began to wear lipstick for the first time. Dances were also some-
thing new for us. New subjects were added to our schedule, such as gym class, shop and home
economics and those wonderful study halls! Then in eighth grade we tackled the job of those
County "Exams." Our class grew in population when the North Annville students came to town.
Ask any boy what he remembers about his freshman year. It wasn't Latin and Algebra! Miss
Reynolds, our English teacher then took us on a more thorough trip around the Lebanon Daily
News plant. As the year approached its end, we planned for the third junior high school transfer
exercises. The class song which was written by Ruth Shaak was sung by the class at the ex-
ercises. The class poem, written by Arlene Fisher, was recited by Elsie Heisey.
The great moment we were all waiting for arrived the following September, when we finally
reached the "Golden Gates" of high school. We were in tenth grade! We chose for our class
officers David Yorty, David Shroyer, Arlene Fisher, and Patricia Matz. We were the third class
to buy class jackets and in November blue and gold colors were seen flashing all over the school.
This year boys and girls could try out for varsit sports. With Mr. Starr as our coach we present-
ed two one-act plays, ELMER AND THE LOVEBUG and FIVE FOR BAD LUCK. In the spring
Judy Blouch and Pat Royer were chosen to attend the May Queen. This was also the year when
the irls chorus won district Forensics at Carlisle, then went on to Pittsburgh for state Forensics.
Feeling a little more confident we passed on to eleventh grade.
Then as juniors we elected David Shroyer, Alfred Hoch, Arlene Fisher, and Patricia Matz to
be our class officials. Early one morning in November we took two buses -to Philadelphia. We
spent the entire day viewing Independence Hall, Betsy Ross's House, University of Penn-
sylvania, and the Quaker Church. just before our trip to Philadelphia our class rings were de-
livered to us.
On February 22,23, after a great deal of practising we presented a C'ASE OF SPRINGTIME,
under the coaching of Mr. Hollinger. A great honor was bestowed upon us this year. Southem
District Orchestra was held in the gymnasuim of our school. David Shroyer, David Yorty, and
Alfred Hoch were our class representatives. This year Patricia Royer, Arlene Fisher, Ruth Shaak
and Maril n Felker were the beauties from our class in the May Queen's Court. One year ended
when we honored the seniors with the annual junior-senior prom. The mnasuim was decorated
with pink and white crepe paper. jack Davis' Orchestra entertained us fair that evening.
Now we are seniors, Oscar Longenecker is our class president, Charles Foltz, Kenneth Dis-
singer, and Ruth Shaak are the rest of our officers. Arlene Fisher was the star of our play
SEVENTEENTH SUMMER and David Shroyer played opposite her.
In November we had for the first time a student township government day. There were two
policical parties, Serv-U and Benefit from which 21 officials were elected. This year the May
Queen is from our class, Ruth Shaak. Her maid of honor is Elsie Heisey. Other members of the
court are Arlene Fisher and Patricia Royer. Our yearbook is being compiled, we were measured
for caps and gowns, and we are planning for graduation. Now we are looking forward to the jun-
ior-senior prom and all the other spring events, which will mark the closing moments of our sen-
Not only another year of school, but for many of us the last year of the seciuity of ourpar-
ents and the last of the many years of friendship of schoolmates. But yet it means the beginning
of a new life. Some will go to college, others will get jobs, some go into the armed forces, but
everyone will always remember the years spent in Annville High School.
When We Were Younger
Words by Ruth Shaak
To the tune of "Cruising Down the River"
Freshmen we are here
Cheering one for all.
We made our grade again,
Waiting for the fall.
The orchestra is playing
A tune we all do know.
"One for all, and
All for one" is
Our old motto.
The day is done
And all our fung
We finished this
lt's still the same
the same old game
The books we
liked to shirk.
Our work we have accomplished
The great big day is nigh.
Now we'll say goodby
To our dear old Jr. High.
by Arlene Fisher
This Class of '52 is great,
You've come to see us graduateg
We hope you will enjoy it, too,
As well as all its members do.
We griped and fussed and fumed away,
But we did our homework 'most every day.
We tried to be real good Cno foolingl,
Keeping in mind the value of schooling.
Oh, we played tricks like all boys and 'rls,
Some sat in class and combed their curg.
Others wrote notes that passed down the aisle,
And believe me, it didn't make the teachers smile!
We had a lot of fun and a wonderful time,
And some of us got along might fine.
Amidst the joy thee were s rinhled some tears,
But now we're prepared for liuture years.
And now we're about to say farewell
To the familiar ringing of the bellg
To the subjects we liked and the ones we hated,
And to the teachers with whom school is related.
When this grand night is finally through.
We'll say goodnight to all of you.
And when we start to celebrate,
We'll shout, "this class of ours is greatl"
These were used at our transfer exercises at the completion
of our Junior High School course.
When we were in 6th grade Homecoming Day, May 1947
The Class Will
We, the class of 1952, being of unsonmd minds, bad memories, and considering the
uncertainty of life, do therefore make our testament and declare our will, and bequeath the
Norman Blantz's knowledge of history to Albert Rau.
Carl Blanch's quietness to Glenn Blanch.
Judy Blonch's store of excuses to Sally Ann Kauffman.
Doris Boger's giggle to Mildred Wenger.
Gardner Boyer's knack of flattery to Ronald Blouch.
Nancy Brightbill's ability behind the wheel to Louise Moyer.
Lewis Brongh's red hair to Robert Miller.
Kenneth Dissinger's ability with the projector to Mervin Dissinger.
Arlene Fisher's flirtatious ways to Shirley Stober.
Charles Foltz's speed on the basketball court to Harold Kline.
Violanda Fortnna's solitary dimple to Laura Keim.
Larry Frattaroli's colorful vocabulary to Paul Rabold.
Christine Harner's snmma' at the shore to Virginia Thomas.
Patricia Hartman's neat penmanship to Jeanne Anspach.
Jay Hartz's angelic look to Jake Hea y.
Ray Hartz's quick temper to Owen Mifler.
Pearl I-leilman's management of the school "Crier" to Kay Miller.
Elsie Heisey's voice to Mary Swope.
Alfred Hoch's smooth talk to John Summy.
Shirley Killinger's string of broken hearts to Nancy Brunner.
Jeannette Kline's diamond to anyone who can get one.
Lewis Landis's sense of humor to Charlie Engle.
Phyllis Landis's good nature to Edna Blantz.
James Long's curly hair to Raymond Corcoran.
Karl Long's witty remarks to Robert Hartman.
Mary Jane Longenecker's knack of dressing to Betty Light.
Wilbur Longenecker's friendly disposition to James Seltzer.
Patricia Matz's position as editor to Judy Kindt.
James Miller's trumpet to Kenneth Fegan.
Marvin Miller's patrol duties to James Miller.
Manetta Noll's bashfulness to Joan Poorman.
Carl Rabold's collection of neat shirts to Fred Kreider.
William Reese's clowning to Johnnie Wells.
Pat Royer's long blond hair to Fern Liskey.
Janet Rnhl's knack of chewing gum to Lenda Morgan.
Mary Rnsso's brown eyes to Lydia Fry.
David Sattazahn's six-guns to Paul Sattazahn.
Maylorraine Seidel's place in the ensemble to Lorraine Eshelman
Ruth Shaak's place in the cheering squad to Joan Sudblu'y.
George Shaud's 1941 Plymouth to Lee Fox.
Geor eanna Shand's petiteness to Carol Reed.
Davis Shroyer's place in every organization to John Starr.
John Smith's cheerful giving to Pat Smith.
Robert Smith's habit of being late to George Wentling.
Lucille Snoke's bus ride to school to Marion Meyer.
Lynn Sparks's scientific ability to George Ulrich.
Chester Sn'oh's versatility on the dance floor to Bob Kindt.
David Yorty's clarinet to Charles Seidel.
lrvin Zimmerman's place at the end of every list to Harold Zeigler.
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Several months ago I was asked to visit a little town in the Northeastern part of Lebanon Countv.
Thislittle town was called Progressville. Because of the many new, very modem ideas of the founders,
papers far and wide were trying to get writeups. Hence, I was sent to interview these builders and
make a report to my boss, Mr. Kenneth Dissinger of the Annville News Times. Mrs. Arlene Fisher
Dissinger, who acted as hostess to newcomers, condescended to accompany me to the office of Pro-
gressville Inc. You could have knocked me over with a feather when I was ushered into the office by
Violanda Fortrma. What a beautiful office that wasl I was asked to be seated and in no time at all,
David Shroyer entered in the livery of a bellhop carrying a tray filled with the most delicate refresh-
ments. After placing them on a low glass-topped table, he told me to make myself comfortable and to
hcl myself. "If you'd like anything more," he said, "'ust touch the button on the arm of your chair."
He looked slyly around the room, snatched several sandwiches and left the room.
Needless to say, I enjoyed the refreshments. Trying hard to overcome my impatience and curiosity,
I picked u a current magazine, which I learned from the index page, was published right there in
Progressville by the Brotherhood Publishers namely Ray and Jay Hartz. The editor, whose picture
appeared on the Brst pa e, turned out to be none other than the intelligent-looking Patricia Matz.
After reading a little further, I learned that Progressville boasted of a new ultra-modem high school
whose principal, Lynn Sparks, has caused qurte a revolution, among educators, with his modern ideas.
The faculty members, all having Doctor's degrees, were elected directly by the parents. The present
faculty consisted of Phyllis Landis, who taught ballet, fancy dancing and ice skating, Patricia Royer,
whose field was good gooming and courtesy, Doris Boger, who specialized in vocational arts and
David Sattazahn, who taught higher mathematics. Social sciences were dealt with by Norman Blantz
who, by this time, had gained recognition as an authority in the field of history.
I had almost completed by penrsal when a rear door opened and a stunning secretary in the person
of Georgeanna Shaud entered. "Miss Seidel," she said, "Mr. Gardner Boyer will see you now."
Needless to say, this revelation had left me speechless. I entered an office more elaborate than the
first. In it were three massive, mahogany desks. On the first desk, amidst the usual office paraphena-
lia, was a picture of a man, a women and three children. After careful examination, Irecognized the
man as David Yortyg the woman, evidently the wife and mother, was none other than the famous opera
star Mary Russo.
I was in this office but a few minutes when Carl Rabold entered. Would wonders never cease?
"You know, Maylon'aine," he said, "when they told me, I was to be interviewed by the reporter from
the Annville Times, I never dreamed it might be you. But sit down and let's just have a real chat.
You know of course, that John Smith and James Miller are the architects who decided to see what
could be done in the way of creating a town where people would be like one big family, and what I
will show you in the next few hours, is the result."
"First of all, the houses were all designed by Lewis Landis who wanted everyone in Pro essville
to have a nice, comfortable home. Our banker, Charles Foltz went along with him in pfdlcing the
necessary funds at the disposal of the buyers at a reasonable rate of interest. You will see that
individual tastes differs wherever you look into these homes because Judy Blouch, the interior decora-
tor, designed the interiors according to the wi hes of each individual buyer. In these first four homes,
respectively, live Manetta Noll married to Lewis Brough who is minister, Wilbur Longenecker and
George Shaud, both of whom wuk for the atomic energy canmissiong Pat Hartman, Jeanette Kline and
Shirley Killinger, three Maiden ladies, all working in a bakery owned by Robert Smith.
The tall building to my right is a cooperative store. Carl Blauch is the proprietor and Lucille
Snoke, Nancy Brightbill, Mary Jane Longenecker and Janet Ruhl work for him doing various jobs.
Surely you remember his stenogapher Ruth Shaak.
Now I want to show you our post-office and see if you remember the postmaster. Well, here we are.
Don't look so flabbergasted. Of course its William Reese. Here are James Long and Marvin Miller,
our two mail carriers. Do you recognize Karl Long and Irvin Zimmerman, the postal clerks of Progress-
We must get along if you are to have a full re ort for our paper. This is our recreation building.
Here Chester Stroh teaches the youngsters baskesaallg Alhed Hoch coaches baseball and Larry Frat-
tarole takes care of track if we can keep him sober.
Last but not least, you must see our up-to-date hotel. Christine Hamer designed it. This is the
lobby of which we are very proud. The person reading in the comer over there is Elsie Heisey. She
is a curator for the Busybee Seminary of which Pearl Heilman is the Dean of Women.
l'm sorry you can't spend the evening with us and enjoy the Ice Follies in our modem "Snowland".
But I do hope that I have shown you enough of Progressvi le so that you can not only make a favorable
report to your paper but that you, too, will be tempted to join the rest of your class in this ideal
Ist Row: Georgeanna Shaud, Shirley Killinger, Ruth Shaak, Kenneth Dissinger, Wilbur Longenecker, Charles
Foltz, Manetta Noll, Jeannette Kline, Arlene Fisher. 2nd Row: Patricia Matz, Christine Hamer, Patricia
Royer, Elsie Heisey, Judith Blouch, Patricia Hartman, Doris Boger, Violanda Fortuna. 3rd Raw: Lynn
Sparks, John Smith, Norman Blantz, Carl Blauch, James Long, Karl Long, Ray Hartz, Lewis Landis. 4th
Row: Phyllis Landis,Lucille Snoke,Maylorra.ine Seidel, Pearl Heilm au, Janet Ruhl, Mary Jane Longenecker,
Mary Russo, Nancy Brightbill. 5th Row: Larry Frattaroli, Jay Hartz, Carl Rabold, Marvin Miller, William
Reese, David Shroyer, Lewis Brough, James Miller. 6th Row: Irvin Zimmerman, George Shand, Robert
Smith, Alfred Hoch, David Sattazahn, Chester Stroh, Gardner Boyer, David Yorty.
Wilbur Longeneclc er, President
Kenneth Dissinger, Vice President
Ruth Shaak, Secretary
Charles Foltz, Treasurer
Ist Row: Erlene Bomgardner, Joan Poorman, Betty Light, Sandra McHenry, Edna Blantz, Amy Femsler,
Joan Sudbury, Earl Hoffsmith, John Summy, Robert Hartman, Doris Stober, Phyllis Schell. 2nd Row: Marion
Meyer, Nancy Boltz, Mildred Wenger, Sallie Ann Kauffman, Louise Moyer, Alvana Miller, Linda Morgan
Maurine McFeaters, Marilyn Buck, Janet Whisler, Mary Lou Killian. 3rd Row: Cyril Micozzi, Samuel Allwein
Glen Blauch, George Ulrich, Bruce Longenecker, Paul Rabold, Wayne Herr, Jacob Heagy, John Aftosmes.
4th Row: Raymond Corcoran, James Seltzer, Sally Lou Heilman, Virginia Thomas, Judy Kindt, Lydia Fry
Geraldine Walters, Eugene Kreider, Charles Engle. 5th Row: Albert Rau, Harold Ziegler, Kenneth Howard
Harold Kline, George Wentling, John Starr, James Cramer, James Houston, Dale Hunter.
Robert Hartman, President
Harold Kline, Vice President
John Summy, Secretary
Joan Sudbury, Treasurer
Ist Row: Richard Hoffman, Richard Herr, James Miller, Robert Kless, Bruce Wenger, Claude Brown, Robert
Smith, William Heeter, Owen Miller, Walter Brough, Robert Swope. 2nd Row: Robert Unger, Shirley Fox,
Sally Werner, Dorothy, Miller, Carol Reed, James Hartman, Robert Kindt, Patricia Smith, Jean Ruhl, Fern
Hummer, Ruth Garrison, Claretta Noll, Rachel Heilman, Ray Light. 3rd Row: Fred Sparks, Joyce Royer,
Claire Zearfoss, Ray Miller, Fem Liskey, Shirley Stober, Anna Miller, Frances Lash, Patricia Johnston,
Marian Blauch, Meredith Brandt, Sandra Houser, Mervin Dissinger. 4th Row: William Matz, Robert Betz,
William Long, Ronald Blauch, Carl Daub, Arthur Behney, Paul Sattazahn, William Felty. Luke Wagner.
5th Row: James Seltzer, Ruth Krall, Trygvie Struhle, Nancy Brunner, Jeanette Lentz, Jean Anspach, Thelma
Hauer, Laura Keim, Mary Swope, Joanne Hollinger, Lorraine Eshleman. 6th Row: Charles Seidel, Albert
Lapioli, Dolores lxreider, Florence Sweigert, Alice Hardy, Joanne Rhoads, Kathleen Tobias, Shirley Shott,
Daniel Klick, Stanley Light. 7th Row: Kenneth Hoffman, John Wells, Warren Miller, Eugene Livering,
Bmce Umberger, Francis DiEnno, Fred Kreider, Kenneth Fegan, Bruce Hartman.
Robert Kindt, President
Patsy Smith, Vice President
James Hartman, Secretary
Jean Ruhl, Treasurer
Ist Row: Patricia Ulrich, Patricia Ellenberger, Henrietta Di Angelis, Jeanette Hardick, Sally Dettra, Eugene
Fortna, Charlotte Foltz, Thelma Thomas, Jean Long, Ruth Jennings. 2nd Row: Lillie Hitz, Loretta Heisey,
Loretta Mumma, Janice Weaber, Barbara Laycock, Elaine Seidel, Anna Hummer, Alverta Hitz, Jean Wenrich,
Ruth Adams. 3rd Row: Tilman Frye, Kenneth Walter, Glen Neidigh, David Kling, John Ludwig, Barry
Alford, Karl Miller, Robert Fulton, Donald McFeaters. 4th Row: James Heilman, Ceralding Wagner, Doris
Funck, Arlene Funck, Elaine Shuey, Ruth Ensminger, Grace Miller, Betty Miller, Joy Cinder, John Irnboden.
Sth Row: Lester Fry, James Moyer, Jerry Anderson, Cleon Bashore, Peter Aftosmes, Carl Flickinger,
Irvin Winters, Charles Miller, Kendall White. 6th Row: Marlin Heverling, Wayne Smith, Ronald Herr, Robert
Clark, Richard Dechert, Lowell Smith, Wilmer Wenger, Fred Wolfe, James Speck, James Graby.
Jeanette Hardick, President
Eugene Fortna, Vice President
Charlotte Foltz, Secretary
Sally Dettra, Treasurer
lst Row: Paula Wamsher, Dorothy Deckert, Shirley Hostetter, Audrey Landis, Margaret Wolfe, Elizabeth
Alonzo, Delores Fulk, Lola Wert, Nancy Herr, Nancy Gingrich, Ruth Ann Blanch, Nancy Sabo, Patricia Ferns-
ler, Marie Klick, Louise De Angelo. 2nd Row: Naeda Gensler, Adeline Blocher, Janet Summy, Arlene
Sellers, Fay Schell, Joyce Ruhl, Susan Myers, Nancy Benz, Janice Fake, Kenneth Longnecker, Larry Miller,
Nancy Richwine,Patricia Stoner, Mary Horst, Julia De Georgia, Doris Kline, Dolores Balaster, Joanne Long,
Loretta Berkheimer. 3rd Row: Herman Herr, Paul Long, Carl Heller, James Sweigert, Robert Frantz, Elmer
Brandt, Richard Eshleman, Philip Donmoyer, Lee Thomas, Kenneth Stoner, Brook Hunter, Leonard Heverlin ,
Earl Morris. 4th Row: Lesta Brough, Richard Light, Robert Cannany, John Salem, Leo Tice, Dennis Woog,
Larry Rice, Ronald Zimmerman, David Brandt, LeRoy Bomgardner. 5th Row: Richard Moore, Harry Halde-
man, Marian Graybill, Anita Tice, Fay Kohr, Janice Stroh, Susan Heisey, Lois Shroyer, Janet Hackman,
Jean Hein, Janice Windle, Shirley Miller, Patricia Schaffner, Gerald Lash, Richard Peiffer. 6th Row: Ellis
Wolfe, Brian Hanley, Ellis Blanch, Frederick Bordlemay, Larry Killian, Roy Miller, William Speraw, Ben-
jamin Firestine, Wilbur Graby, Paul Buck, Kenneth Deimler. 7th Row: John Bowman, Paul Showers, Fred
Asper, Glenn Garrison, Glenn Blantz, John Peffley, Kenneth Eberly, Leonard McFeaters, Robert Herr,
Roger Gerber, Richard Gibson, Robert Rhine.
President - Kenneth Longenecker
Vice President - Larry Miller
Secretary - Janice Fake
Treasurer - Nancy Benz
lst Row: Larry Meyer, Larry Dodson, Charles Atherton, Harvey Bradley, Melvin Horst, William Shutt,
Charles Hertzog, Joseph Carmany, Donald White, Lloyd Beare, Charles Weaber, Llewellyn Weaher, Ronald
Miller, Gary Sanders, John Painter, Gene Hitz. 2nd Raw: Kenneth Heisey, Carol Bohr, Penny Achenhach,
Irene Nye, Mabel Garrison, Carol Deimler, Edward Unger, Larry Anderson, Larry Hess, Elaine Crider,
Barbara Heisey, Lillian Wurz, Shelby Smith, Arlene Kohr, William Herr. 3rd Row: Patricia McFeaters,
Elaine Reigle, Anita Funck, Anna Walters, Marion Starr, Linda Luttman, Lois Hartman, Pauline Jennings,
Beatrice Hummer, Joanne Moyer, Nancy Bordlemay, Janet Houston, Dorothy Brighthill, Gloria Slaybaugh.
4th Row: Richard Dudley, Richard Elliott, Benjamin Dowdrick, James Johnston, Ammon Peffley, Kenneth
Fryberger, Jay Dissinger, Ronald Livering, Larry Hartz. 5th Row: Kenneth Dourte, Richard Tumer, Fayetta
Whisler, Vicki Ladd, Shirley Smith, Elaine Umberger, Barbara Becker, Patricia Reedy, Carol Evans, Ida
Mae Smith, Shirley Walmer, Audrey Kreider, Colleen Smith, Karl Rhoads, Warren Smith. 6th Row: Earlene
Troutman, Lucille Blanch, Janet Bowman, Betty Longenecker, Gene Etzweiler, Mary Lou Walhorn, Nancy
Humphrey, Shirley Shaud, Jacqueline Kreider, Eugene Rhoads. 7th Row: Randall Nauman, Kenneth Yorty,
Claude Ebersole, Willard Gibson,Karl Ginder, James Morris, Donald Kreider, Lee Rhoads, Andrew Poorman,
Robert Shuey, George Gardelle, Kenneth Zehrin g.
Pres. - Eddie Unger
Vice Pres. - Larry Hess
Secretary - Elaine Crider
Treasurer - Larry Anderson
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Senior Student Council
SR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
lst Row: Arlene Fisher, Roh-
ert Kindt, David Shroyer,
Chester Stroh, Patricia Smith.
2nd Row: Mr. Billet-Advisor,
Louise Moyer, Harold Kline,
Jacob Heagy, Ronald Blauch,
John Starr, Alfred Hoch, Kay
The improvement of both the student and the school are the aims and purpose of the student
council. Composed of elected representatives of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, this
group is working toward molding an efficient organization that will offer a democratic means by
which student participation in school management may be accomplished.
Itisamemher of the National Association of Student Councils. For the past two years council
representatives participated in round table discussions at the Pennsylvania Southern District
organization of Student Councils.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT
Front Row - Linda Luttman,
Marion Starr,,Ieanette Hardick,
Lois Shroyer, Doris Funck,
Miss Witmeyer, advisor.
Back Row - Kenneth Yorty,
Ammon Peffley, Tilman Frye,
Jerry Anderson, Kenneth Deirn-
ler, Richard Eshleman, Brook
Officers - Pres. - Jeannette
Sec,y - Lois
Treas. - Brook
Junior High Student Council
The governing body of the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades is the jr. High Student Council.
This organization, with the help of the faculty, has been very active this year. It has not only
fumished such as assembly programs and dances, but has added a new microphone to be used with
the public address system. This organization has set a fine example of cooperation by both
students and teachers.
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band for representatives tb State
hand. Each school ls allowed one
person hom dlstrtct band ln all-
vtdlng they quallfy
and ver! IPP
mf" 'm W' lm' chose tour oltlc
t-l sv- v-he coll- nate hand, vm
hall' tn LUN!
CCY me 51360599 0' 'W' M' m"""" resent. our organlza on
ventlon. These were: lunlors: Ja
ll ' WDH
- by maklng a hlgh c
respectlye sectlon. All-state band
Hershey as the
er made a foul
was play . .
Aanvllle t,eam's op-
ver to be awarded by the
aslet- The theme. 'Sym-,cpl
Junlor l-lllh school B
rl on the sons, Bynoopa
ball League. Eugene Fortnl- who ls base
represented the team. pruented the claw' hy IL parllb and L mae
trophy us lu. Kelm. lt was placed son. lt ls me awry ot a clocl that
nl me trophy case tolowlna the brcanrea-panlle enrlndt.1"necelU'
Dretntatlon, lt. dldn't. work onlne the way lt
'rhe member: ol the team eleotnd annum, we nvaer eqald not
wh of derstand why lt. would "1'or1"
.. .. ,A
tal!! for ewh game. Co
"'l1ck" and Tlel lol
the Jurllor Blah Basketball team mga or
wal lr. Bugdr.. lllmherl of the cg wfgep-
team were: Eugene forthe, Carl ynplla of all grades wlll flvtillf
Fllellnrer. lrvlh Wlhwv- Richard people lll varlou wallu or ure uno
uhleneall. James Moyer, ltnbirt dgngg gg they 'lg ma ,long ga g
F-hlnl, and Larry allller. "curlnslty." The dances. under the
'lhe Junior l-llgll play-otf game
l. Chlldreu,!'lrIt grade
2. Qutz KlgkBeC0nd grade
tor, ll-I. Bugda.
The commlttees tor the Prom wb lleagy, and llaroldli ne. -
have men chosen oy the President- urnor-es: Ronald Bloucn and Petri- wlll be held ln lteadlng.
of the lunlor clan, RDDGKY Hex- eta Bmlth. However, a numtzeruol lzgixllg e-Iiallzielilaae 'ml I more
man. Robert chose four rn ll the remalnlng members o e
caarmlwees,neeeratlng,entcrtaln- cnnnellaneneentne conference al- Nasa' Web 5'4" of 19-29. r llnal vlcwry for the I de
vltatlnnx so as unotflctal delegates. H Trl-lil-Y Club NWWU JUIHOK Hllh ballet-ball them
Behwl wen- -me gms ct the lnnlor nun 0' 51-W 4
as thelr f"" lima,
ment., Refreshment and ln
The student eervlng on the De-l
are as tollowsz
The Annvllle Hlgh
Cll was honored to have two of lt.s nmol, vm, Mm Mme!
members lead dlewslon sw-lvl et leader, have nn-mea a Trl-lil-Y Parent 'l'
YOUNG Nl W0 membefl Club. The club constsu ot elghteen Anogluupn
two from the seventh
The Parent. Teachers Aarnblatlon
t Fourth grade
5. Ptlbllt BONE!
0. Athletes-Bllth grade
curatlng Comrrllltee H mlme con
lrlflllll l'0 l '
I ' resent at the conventlon member-51
em th uma had a meetlng March lb, lD
John Bummy. Cha
Ielgler, Jacob l-leagy, Earl Hoff-
smlth, Barnual Alvleln, Alvana Mll-
da Morgan Vlrglnla Thom-
who were p
enjoyed a full program ot lnterest- E,-,dm gum- hom
Ins md envzrtalnlns evenu which twelve tram the nlntn grade, 'rrle
lrwllldedr dlswwon swaps. a mv- ofllcers are: Thelma rnnmasfrre- WU 'll' "limi 'nd W' """""i 0
dev. H slaent, cnarlotte rom.-vlee Presl- 'he Muon- MB' mmf" UW' 0'
1 strouasberg, Pennsylvanla. wal the
W lt Wil "HDD-
10. Proleanlonal neon e
ler, Un .
a banquet and to end the
t Betty Mlller-Sefretary. Ger
- guest speaker. Her p
lt. was Hoh-
r-s and M .
The Entertalnrnent Commlttee
consuts of James I-loueton, Chalr-
rnang Bruce wngenecker, Oeorge
Ulrlch, Jlldlth Klndt, Sally Ann
Kauttman, sally Lau- Hellman,
James Cromer. George Wentllng,
Loulae Moyer and Phyllss Bchell.
Lydla Fry and Joan Budhury
make up the lnvltatlon Commlttee.
The Refreshment Conlmlttee con-
slstr of the tolowlng people: Nancy
som, cnalrrnan: Dale l-lonter.
US, Ruth bents, Be
dance. den V
aldlnewagner-'l'reasurer,arldBa1 hx ,, 6 ood X
Ytlbllc Oplllloh You ly Detraflihaplaln. The remalnder nfs' ln ua 5 xw: 9 tm dx
Question: what do you dll!!! of of the members are: Joanne Moyer, I: uincwus L: N' I "
Unlversal Mllltary 'l'ralnlng7 Barnara 1-lmey, anna 1-lea, Nancy anim- 'W' 'W U' W mln!
1. Kay nlller-ual rm aaalrnt lt, nlenwlne. ,Janlce Btroh, Nancylh """' h""b"' ' PWM ml
lt not only Wlll take away treedom. Benz, Jeannette l-lanllck, l-lenrfetta V"
lt wal let. na glrls elt av. name. DlAJlgellB, Barbara Laycock, Dons 'mn' ""'h"' M""l"'xW
2. Lynn Splrkrrfm agalnst ltl Funck, Arlene Funck, Pat. Ulrlch 'JY xwula' mu' Tmygrhn'
Compulsory Mllltary tralnlng le xund elalne Beldel. of :hs 'ghymitalrdxzbmer' 'M'
what Hltler had, and look what The slr-la are plannlng on many .,
heaven w Gemmw- it will rholeoclal aetlvltles such as swlmmllll, 1:-:::5er:'h'f"1fx::L' infix:
V llng, and partlclpatlng ln varf- Back up me hmm ,fucken Anal
Ke Ulll play
n atcd Clock "
John Aftoam V-W
Me H mn. guru' make the U. S. Mllltllrlstlc and no ,bow
Chrlxtlan. m Q A A 15
lou' Spom- sm' 'S ' ' ' elatlon and hel mn
gr N I 1 r, . lv
em! 0 m no mwdomg lsuccess, Everyone corne to ace the mf W' Qu'
Tn YU Y ll W , play The scenery vtll DC constructed tu
5 Mr Marr and several ot the lndul
lreotlon of alla! Mary ulamlll
1. ramen and agllhwllde-
A. ind axllf'
People Fl th
1. F1.lherrnenf8Grent,h grade
8. 'Yradeamen-Elghtll grade
9. Government people - lllnth
l - Tenth
ll. Teen-Agere-Eleventh grade
li. thy Pole Dances - Tie
Mlll lllller will direct all chord
groups and the band. under the
dlrectlon of Ml. Lemfln vlll p
several numherl, txlcludlng POND
and Clrcumltanov' and "The Syn
c p .
The coltumlhl ll ln char!! of
Mtn Krelder. With the ald of hll
Bpeclal Arts claasel, llr. Bugda
deslgntng and palntlng the scenery
, l-le I8 alll? maklnl a D0rt.lllll un-o
en and future queen!
D061 Btnber. MAD' lllllv
Erlene Borngardner, and Sandra 5- 1-Nfl V ' .
ller-lang, favor of lt, lt would harm the 1-he purpose of me , , .
f I.. U 9, g, ,freedom of enterprlse. '
vouree la-:J 4. Mun uplouryes I lm in create. malntaln. and extendy -me mn mamma Wm he Apm I .
,mm mme Je 'muted throughout the school and corn- N51 we um, you In yo com, w trlal Arts boys.
- .AMY munlty, hlgh standards ot Chrlsf mr, magnum md mln nl I wc, The court of the lay Queen,
--.- .nal-anger, Thelr pltatform ll Mum meeung, ML 1-mmm Hue, Ruth Shall,1llll'I!Zllald0l Honor,
Fr- etlan fel- Wm be m, weaku. gr, ,ppm vm Elsle I-Kelsey: aenlor attendants,
-A--- ng,-c,,y,lC, 1, , wh. Arlene naher and Patrlcla noyerg
" - t Cnnttllael on Page I, Col. lb
Mary Lou Killian
The Future Homemakers of America
The Future Homemakers of America are striving to become adept at those skills which they
will need as homemakers. Their program this year included the preparation and serving of a school
board dinner and a faculty dessert. They also had a food sale to finance a Christmas luncheon
which they prepared for the boys. The Future Homemakers of America is a growing organization
which is playing an important role in the school and the community.
Girls' Athletic Association
First Row: Pearl Heilman, Arlene Fisher, Judy Kindt, Virginia Thomas. Second Row: Ruth
Shaak, Joanne Sudbury, Doris Stober, Patricia Royer, Elsie Heisey, Patricia Smith, Kay Miller.
Third Row: Louise Moyer, Mildred Wenger, Judy Blouch, Christine Hamer, Trygve Struble,
Violanda Fortuna, Fem Liskey, Miss M Lehman, Advisor. Fourth Row: Sally Ann Heilrnan,
Patricia Matz, Ruth Krall, Lenda Morganfulzhyllis Landis, Sallie Ann Kauffman.
The G.A.A., ending its second year of success, is made up of members of the girls' varsity
sports. It is a very active organization, sponsoring basketball and hockey playdays and holding
intramurals in hockey and volley-ball for those high school girls who wish to participate. One
of the big occasions of the year is the annual Spaghetti Banquet at which the letters and gold
basket-balls are awarded. We hope the G.A.A. will continue to be the wonderful organization
it is so that every girl will want to become a member.
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Boys' Varsity Club
First Row: Mr. Brandt, Supervisor, Louis DiAngelis, Chester Stroh, David Shroyer, Karl Long,
John Starr, Alfred Hoch. Second Row: Robert Hartman, Ceor e Shaud, Irvin Zimmerman, Charles
Foltz, Harold Kline, James Seltzer. Third Row: Paul Rabolg, James Long, Lynn Sparks, Wilbur
Longenecker, William Reese, Ray Hartz, Jacob Heagy. Jay Hartz - Not on picture.
The B.A.A. is a newly-organized roup for Varsity boys. The purpose of the organization
is to create better school spirit, devjop better sportsmanship, increase the number of partici-
pants in athletic events, and to promote unity and harmony among all members. To become a
member you must have eamed a letter in Varsity sports. The Club started with fifteen members
and now has a total of eighteen. The graduating members of the Varsity Club think the B.A.A.
is a very worth while organization, and hope it continues in future years with the best of luck.
First Row: Ronald Zimmerman, Richard Hoffman, Robert Clark, Karl Miller, Jerry Anderson, James Miller,
Eugene Fortna, Lester Brough. Second Row: Carl Rabold, Mr. Murr, sponsorg Warren Miller, Stanley Light,
Kendall White, Daniel Klick, Francis Dienno, John Aftosmes, Peter Aftosmes, John Smith.
The Safety Patrol in co-operation with the police department protects pupils crossing the
highway at designated crossings. The boys are on duty while children are on their way to and
from school, forenoon and afternoon. During this entire term not a single child was injured or
involved in an accident while oing to and from school.
Mr. Nlurr is the director of the Patrol. The members are volunteers and must be at their posts
unless there is a legitimate excuse. They have a great responsibility. At the close of the term
the police department through the courtesy of various merchants and organizations gives gifts
to the boys and special awards to the three whose work and dependability are outstanding. This
year they were Peter Aftosmes, Stanley Light and James Miller.
During the year the boys were guests at 6 movies, 2 college football and 2 basketball games,
a hockey game and had a free trip to a big-league game at Philadelphia. There was also the
banquet by the Businessmelfs Auxiliary. These are evidences that the community appreciates
the work of the Patrol and the boys appreciate these "treats" and the fact that the police de-
partment makes it possible for them to enjoy these rewards.
First Row: Fem Liskey, Jean Anspach, John Aftosmes, Kenneth Howard, Janet Houston, John Starr, Thelma
Hauer. Second Row: Lester Fry, Daniel Klick, Florence Swei rt, David Yort , Trygve Struble, Elaine
Seidel, Claire Zearfoss, Lydia Fry, Louise Mo er, Lois Shro er, Featricia Matz. Third Row: Edna Blantz,
Fred Kreider, James Houston, William Matz, ,flames Miller, lienneth Fegan, Gardner Boyer, James Miller,
Alfred Hoch, Ronald Blouch, Sally Dettra, Robert Kindt, David Shroyer, Owen Miller, Joan Sudbury, William
Violins are often known as squeaky instruments, but with our talented violinists and all the
other instruments joining them, the orchestra does an excellent piece of work.
The orchestra, also under the direction of Mr. William B. Lemon IH, show its abilities at our
Christmas Pageant and also at Commencement.
Although their engagements are few, their music is thoroughly enjoyed by all who hear them.
This lively musical group has turned somewhat into a dance band. They are now playing
songs such as "Slowpoke," "Because of You" and "Too Young" with Elsie Heisey as the
vocalist. Under the direction of Mr. William B. Lemon III, this band has had uite a few engage-
ments. They have pla ed this year at the Middletown Odd Fellow Home, liiotary, P.T.A., and
Middletown Methodist Chmch and other places.
We are sure, in future years, Annville High School will have a dance band for their dances
and we want to wish the dutch band all the luck in the world as they seek a new distinction.
First Row: Daniel Klick,
Lester Fry, David Yorty,
Robert Kindt, David Shroy-
er. Second Row: William
Lemon QDirectorD, Fred
Kreider, James Houston,
Owen Miller, Ronald
Blouch, Bruce Longeneck-
er, Alfred Hoch, Kenneth
Florence Swei gert
Eddie Jo Unger
Kenneth Fe an
French Horn :Q Alto
Kay Mill er
Carol S eck
Our band is certainly an organization of which Annville High School can be roud. Under
the direction of Mr. William B. Lemon III, the band presented an excellent Spring Cxoncert. This
was their biggest concert of the year, and everyone really appreciated their music.
With those snappy red and white uniforms and high stepping majorettes, it makes a fine ap-
pearance in parades.
BAND SCHEDULE FOR 1951-52
Middletown Odd Fellows Home
Lebanon Veterans Hospital
Hill Lutheran Church icnic
Annville High School to State
Owen Mill er
New Holland Fair
Spencer Cassel Christmas Party
Lebanon Defense Bond Day
Palmyra KAAAJ Safety
Memorial Day, Annville
Musical Organizations are:
First Row: Ruth Garrison, Lorraine Eshelman, Judy Blouch, Arlene Fisher, Louise Moyer, Mildred Wenger,
Mary Swope, Ruth Shaak, Judy Kindt, Lydia Fry, Kay Miller, Jean Anspach. Second Row: Marietta Noll,
Patricia Hartman, Doris Boger, Ruth Buck, Doris Stober, Betty Light, Sally Ann Kaufman, Sallie Lou Heil-
man,lFern Liskey, Claretta Noll. Third Row: Marion Meyer, Maylorraine Seidel, Elsie Heisey, Laura Keim,
Thelma Hauer, Lucille Snoke, Christine Hamer, Patricia Matz.
First Row: Elsie Heisey, Kay Miller, Sallie Kauffman, Mary Swope, Patricia Matz, Maylorraine Seidel.
Second Row: Miss Miller, Director, Lydia Fry, Louise Moyer, Fem Liskey, Judy Kindt, Ruth Shaak, Arlene
Girls' Chorus 8 Girls Ensemble
These two all-girl musical or anizations were not too active this season. The Girls' En-
semble sang at the E.U.B. Churci and at P.T.A., and the Girls' Chorus sang at the Reformed
Church and also at P.T.A.
Sr. High Mixed Chorus
Everyone is saying, "We can hear the fellows this year." Yes, the boys are at last singing
out, which eatly contributes to the fact that our mixed chorus music, under the direction of
Miss Betty hiiller, is enjoyed and complimented.
At the Spring Festival, this season, the chorus sang a few songs from "A Tribute To Rom-
berg" such as "One Alone," "The Desert Song," and ' Stout Hearted Men." The mixed Chorus
also sang at the Christmas Pageant.
Jr. High Mixed Chorus
JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS
The Jr. High Chorus consists of a group of musically talented children selected from seventh,
eighth, and ninth grades.
This year the chorus combined with the Jr. High Chorus of Palmyra in a Christmas Vesper
Service. A rendition was given at the two hi h schools.
This performance was a huge success and greatly enjoyed by the public.
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The soccer team was not victorious but it did, nevertheless, win two games and tied one.
We know that with Mr. Moyer as coach and the good school spirit of the soccer team the record
will be better this coming school year. The record for the season is:
Sept. 14 South Lebanon 1 1
18 Jonestown 0 4
21 Myerstown O 1
25 Cornwall 0 1
28 Fredericksburg 0 3
Oct. 7 Heidelberg 0 2
9 South Lebanon 0 2
12 Jonestown 0 3
16 Myerstown 0 1
18 Comwall 1 O
23 Fredericksburg 1 4
30 Heidelberg 3 0
Two wins, nine losses, 1 tie
First Row: Robert Kindt, Charles Foltz, Alfred Hoch, Ray Hartz, Timmy Reese, David Shroyer, Karl Long,
Second Row: Warren Miller, Jim Hartman, Louis Di Angelis, Jim Seltzer, Harold Kline, Jake Hea . Third
Row: Jimmy Mo er, Art Behney, Ronald Blouch, Jim Miller, Bob Clark, Earl Hoffsmith. Fourth gow: Mr.
Moyer - Coach, Jim Miller, Jim Long.
First Row: James Seltzer, Charles Foltz, Harold Kline, Wilbur Longenecker, Chester Stroh, Jacob Heagy,
Robert Hartman. Second Row: William Reese, Ray Hartz, Arthur Behmay, Carl Blouch, David Shroyer.
Although our basketball team didn't win the Lebanon County championship we did have a
very ood team. Under the excellent coaching of Mr. Brandt, it set a new Lebanon County bas-
lcetbjl record by scoring 97 points in one game. The players showed good s ortsmanship and
always played good, clean games. Individual recognition goes to Chet Stroh, who placed second
in individual scoring with 320 points.
The season record is
Dec. 4 Hershey 40 56
7 Hummelstown 49 33
11 Manheim Twp. 58 63
14 Alumni 63 38
'21 Palmyra -53 51
Jan. "' 5 Myerstown 49 53
" 8 Heidelberg 81 47
'11 So. Lebanon 58 33
'15 Heidelberg 93 52
'18 So. Lebanon 63 42
'22 Palmyra 50 52
'25 Myerstown 36 44
'29 Comwall 87 50
Feb. " l Cornwall 74 43
"' 5 Heidelberg 97 49
"' 7 S. Lebanon 62 38
'12 Palmyra 49 58
'15 Myerstown 60 51
'18 Cornwall 69 62
'League games Total 1191 915
13 wins Average Score 62.6 48.1
First Row: Robert Seltzer, James Hartman, Robert Kindt, Ronald Blouch, John Starr, Kenneth Hoffman.
Second Row: Coach: Richard Murr, Earl Hoffsmith, Paul Rabold, Carl Daub, Paul Sattazahn,Samuel Allwein,
Managers: Stanley Light, James Miller.
The Jr.-Varsity basketball team had a good season this year. They lost only four league
games, winning eleven. They were good sportsmen and had the respect of the coach, other pla -
ers, and the students. When some of the players move into the varsity team we know Annvill,e
will have a very good chance to capture the league championship again. Mr. lVlurr deserves much
credit for the wonderful job of training the boys in good court manners and in how to handle the
ball properly. The season record is as follows:
Dec. Hershey 21 32
Dec. Hummelstown 44 23
Dec. Manheim Twp. 36 lovertimel 38
"Dec. Palmyra 24 44
"',Ian. Myerstown 44 13
"Jan, Heidelberg 67 25
"'Jan. So. Lebanon 44 30
"Jan, Heidelberg 56 21
"'Jan. So. Lebanon 33 20
"Jian, Palmyra 2 1 33
'J an. Myerstown 54 27
"'Jan. Comwall 38 31
"Feb, Comwall 55 43
"'Feh. Heidelberg 55 22
"Feb. So. Lebanon 38 36
'Feb Palmyra 24 38
"'Feb. Myerstown 34 38
"'Feh. Cornwall 4 1 34
Total 729 548
Average 40.5 30.4
Jr. High School Basketball
Front Row: Brook Hunter, Philip Donmoyer, Lee Thomas, Larry Miller, Bob Rhine, Lester Fry Eddie Jo
Unger, Eugene Hitz, James Heilman. Second Row: Robert Clark, Kenneth Longenecker, Ammon Peffley
James Moyer, Eugene Fortna, Carl Flickinger, Irvin Winters, Ellis Wolf, Claude Ebersole, Richard Eshelman
COACH Peter Bu gda.
The Junior High basketball team won the 1951-52 Lebanon Valley Jr. High League Champion
ship. The team suffered two losses during the season and only one of these was aleague loss
Mr. Bugda deserves a lot of thanks for his wonderful job of coaching and for teaching the mem
bers of the team good manners on the basketball court. The season record was:
Manheim Jr. High
Lebanon Cath. Jr. High
Manheim Jr. High
Lebanon Cath. Jr. High
'Cornwall Jr. High
Steelton Jr. High
'Hershey Jr. High
"So, Lebanon Jr. High
'Palmyra Jr. High
"So. Lebanon Jr. High
Steelton Jr. High
'Hershey Jr. High
'Comwall Jr. Hi
Palmyra Jr. Hi
'Hershey Jr. High
14 Wins, 2 Losses
Varsity and Jr. Varsity Cheerleaders
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Left to riiht: Lenda Morgan, Sallie Lou Heilman, Ruth Garrison, Fern Liskey, Kay Miller, Patricia
Joanne Sud ury, Ruth Shaak, Lydia Fry. Smith, Laura Keim.
The cheerleaders deserve a lot of credit for the good school spirit they show at games. They
are always on the scene to cheer the team to victory and support the players. Without their
shouting and encouragement the games would seem dull.
Junior iHigh Cheerleaders
J J ,Baseball
First Row: Bruce Longenecker, Ray Hartz, Charles Foltz, Irvin Zimmerman, David Shroyer, Oscar Lon e-
necker. Second Row: Jake Heagy, Sam Allwein, Art Behney, Harold Kline, Bob Kindt, Paul Sattazalgn.
Third Row: Bob Unger, Jim Hartman, Paul Wolfe, Jim Miller, Carl Daub, Luke Wagner, Ken Hoffman. Fourth
Row: Mr. Billett - coach, Jim Crahy, Jim Moyer, Bob Clark, Jerry Anderson, Cleon Bashore. I
Opp. Annville The Speed Boys were not too successful
PHIIHYTH 3 0 playing baseball this year. The overall season
Cornwall 3 0 record showed nine losses and only one win.
Jonestown 10 3 The team tried hard to win and deserves a lot
South Lebanon 8 7 , ,
Palmyra 7 4 of credit for good sportsmanship. 'Next year,
South Lebanon 12 3 under Mr. B1llett's excellent coachmg and the
MYCFSWWD 4 0 good prospects for the team, Annville may have
Jonestown 5 6 a more successful season. This year's record
Comwall 5 0 . 1. t d
Myerstown 16 2 ls is e '
First Row: Jack Landis, Carl Rabold, Carl Blanch, Alfred Hoch, Karl Long. Second Row: Earl Hoffsmith,
George Ulrich, James Houston, Raymond Corcoran, Ray Hartz. Third Row: John Starr, Albert Rau, Kenneth
Howard, Stanley Light, Fred Kreider. Fourth Row: Mr. Brandt - coach, Ray Light, Ronald Blouch, William
Matz, Ken Fegan.
Annville Opp. The track team was not very successful
,gzonesmnrn 34 31 this year as compared to previous years. The
Somlri h 62, d t 3 record for the season showed four losses with
Pfffnyrae anon fame ou 49 one win and one game rained out. Although the
, . .
County 380 Annville took third Place team couldn t accumulate enough points to win
County Meet Annville took third place more meets, there were some fine individual
performances. For instance, Paul Rabold broke
the record for the dash at the County Meet.
g g Field Hockey
First Row: Pearl Heilman, Claire Zearfoss, Ruth Garrison, Ruth Shaak, Joan Sudbury, Judy Kindt, Janet
Whisler, Sally Heilman, Second Row: Marilyn Buck, Judy Blouch, Pat Hartman, Christine Harner, Pat Matz,
Louise Moyer, Violanda Fortuna, Fern Liskey, Virginia Thomas, Pat Smith, Miss Lehman, coach. Third
Row: Mildred Wenger, Trygve Struble, Ruth Krall, Elsie Heisey, Lenda Morgan, Pat Royer, Sallie Kauffman,
Kay Miller, Doris Boger.
The hockey team had a very successful Oct. 16 Myerstown 4 gp
season this year. They won four games, lost Oct- 17 Susquehanna 1 0
one, and tied one. Much credit must go to Miss get' 35 Igyeritown Q I
Lehman for training and coaching the girls on N33 Z Jjgisfgwn 5 1
the team. Their record is: ' 2 4
Nov. 8 Susquehanna
4 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie
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First Row: Judy Kindt, Fern Liskey, Joanne Sudbury, Arlene Fisher, Ruth Shaak, Kay Miller. Second Row:
Pearl Heilman, Manager, Shirley Stober, Patricia Matz, Louise Moyer, Trygve Strnhle, Patricia Smith,
Mildred Wenger, Manager, Miss Lehman, Coach. Third Row: Mary Swope, Manager, Patricia Royer, Judy
Blouch, Elsie Heisey, Lenda Morgan, Laura Keim, Ruth Krall, Christine Hafner.
The girls, under the direction of Miss Leh- Dec. 5 Myerstown 44
man, had a better record than last season. The 21011161
team won four ames and lost five. The , never- umm
theless, uphelgi the standards of Annyirille by Jan' 22321115
trying hard to win and always doing their best. 23 Myerstow-E 37 42
Although the team will lose many of its players 30 Bethel 41 51
the prospects for next year are good. Feb- 6 C0f'l1W311 58 43
The record for this year is as follows: 20 Heldelbefg 31 29
Total Score 346 365
Average Score 38.4 40.5
4 wins, 5 losses
First Row: Violanda Fortuna, Patricia Hartman, Christine Hamer, Joanne Sudbury, Ruth Shaak. Second
Row: Ruth Garrison, Judy Kindt, Trygve Struble, Lydia Fry. Third Row: Miss Lehman, Coach, Doris Stober,
Lenda Morgan, Laura Keim, Fern Liskey.
This year's tennis team had a short but successful season. The team had scheduled four
games, but only one was played. They journeyed to Harrisburg to play Susquehanna and due to
a field trip that day, no team showed up to match them.
The sun shone for only one tennis match allowing the team to heat Palmyra 24-15. The other
two games, one with Lebanon and another with Susquehanna were rained out.
Susquehanna - forfeit 2-O
Palmyra - 24-15
Lebanon - cancelled because of rain
Susquehanna - cancelled because of rain X
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Program of Baccalaureate Service
HllllVlllE HIGH SIIHUUL
acca aureafe .Service
Evangelical United Brethren Church
Sunday, May 25, l952
Prelude-Praise the Lord, Op, 101 ...... Kurg-Elen
Miss Mildred Myers, llryuriiml
Hymn-All Hail the Power of lesus' Name
Anthem-I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked . . O'Hura
Miss Bcity Miller. Director
Oilertory-In Paradisum . . Dubuix
Sermon-Guides for Great Living
THE Revsizzsn Hnav T. Ricuwmrz, Jn.
First Lutheran Church
Hymn-Faith of Our Fathers
Postlude-Fugue in E Flat CSI. Anne'sJ . . Buch
Program of Commencement Exercises
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High School Auditorium
MONDAY, MAY 2651952 - 8:00 P.M.
Processional-War March of the Priests . . . Mendelssohn
High School Orchestra
William Lemon. Director
Invocation . . Tr-te Rnvsneuo Hmm Gtucntct-r
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Trumpet Solo ............ Anno Hoc:-I
Carnival of Venice-Steiger:
Introduction and Summary . ..... MANETTA MAE Nou
Wise Use of Leisure Time ...... Prriucut ANN Mnz
Juvenile Courts and Crime Prevention Bureaus
VIOLANDA Cntteiuss Foitrum
Parental Influence . , ...... Etsns LDUELLA Hersisv
High Standards of Political and Business Morality
Attitixs Joirr Fisitriit
One World . ,..., . . . . O'Hurn-llmllon
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Elsie Hemi, V.-lam
Miix Belly Miller. Dirrrlrlr
Mlm Mildred hvlytrs, Arrumpullisl
Digging Wells . ..... , . . CAMERON RAISTON
Presentation of Awards . . . . Mrme L, Kimi
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Presentation of Diplomas . . . Cues-ran C. Snort
Ennrd r1fSrlmnI Dirrrltiri
Rccessinnul-Pomp and Circumstztncc . . ..... Elgar
Good Luck fo you Graduafes of "52"
40 E. Main Street
Phone 7-671 1
SENIORS OF '52
A troubled world is yours to face. Hove faith in God, confidence in your co
vicfions and high ideals to strive for - ond the world will be better Because of
WE SALUTE YOU!
Hostetter's Food Market
Fresh and Smoked Meats
29 West Sheridan Avenue
A. R. Shearer
Mobilgas - Mobiloil - Service Station
Car Washing 8: 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
9 8: 11 West Main Street
Class of 1952
A. S. KREIDER CO.
Phone M421 AAA LESTER L. KREIDER
U N G E R B ROS.
896 E. Main St.
Guaranteed Used Cars
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Food Mo rket
348 W. Main Street
"Where Customers Send Their Friends"
Phone 7-5071 We Deliver
Sumbeam and G.E.
H. F. Brandt
Sales and Service
5 4 N. Lancaster Street
'4Tbe House of Better Values"
Furniture and Floor Coverings
Electric Refrigerators, Appliances
Gas 8: Electric Stoves
Modern Funeral Home
328 W. Main St. Phone 7-5141
KINGSLEY AND BROWN, INC
Launderers - Cleaners
Where Good Work Is A Habit
Two Cold Storage Annville 7-3511
Vaults At Your Service Hershey 1-0611
KREIDER MFG. CO.
C0mP1imen'-9 WALL-PAPER WINDOW-SHADES
JOHN E. MCCLURE
Goodman 81 Yeager Annville, Pa.
FOR HAIRCUTS THE WAY
YOU LIKE THEM
10 W. M AIN STREET SHOP
ANNVILLE' PA' 8 W. Main Street
Joe Hill Prop.
GUYER GULF SERVICE
344-346 E. MAIN s'rREE'r
Leon G. cuyer, Prop.
Lily Ann Shoppe
207 W. Mains Street
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
THE C0 - ED
FRANK 8. DELLA MARING - PROP.
Shoulder Strap Co
COMPLIMENTS OF 345 wi Queen sh
MAPL E STRE ET
ANNVILL E, PA.
For the Finest in Photography
R. E. Kreider
Shoes For The Entire Family
Red QGoldj Cross - Saddle Mates
14 W. Main Street
Door to Door Service
My S E R Vic
FARM FRESH sm SERVICE
PRODUCE fw"M'Z'g I DAIRY
Serve Yourself I L L E R 5
To The Best is EAST mm sr
As PA. K
M we FROZEN
IN REAR FOODS
Prop. Frank Dinunzio
Graduating Class of "52"
13 W. Main Street
LEBANON R.D. I PHONE 7-9921
USED CARS CAL. ACC.
John H. Boger 81 Son
Coal - Feed - Fertilizer
"Give Her Flowers
just Because She's Wonderful
Joy's Flower Shop
jay W. Krady, Prop.
"On The Square"
Phone 8-645 1 Palmyra, Pa.
Phone 7-9941 Residence 7-8202
F. D. Unger Service Station
Gas - Oil - Tires - Tubes
West Main Street
Peggy's Beauty Shoppe
123 East Main Street
Fancy Fruit Baskets
For all occasions
PAUL H. KETTERING
ESSO - Goodyear Service
Hunting and Fishing Supplies
On the Square
Annville Phone 7-62 3 1
12 W. Main St. Annville
HOME LIFE INSURANCE CO.
T. L. Serano
F. W. Schaeffer
G. W. Hartman
A I U dC s
David S. Ensminger, Jr.
Ea si Main Street
P I y P
T lephone 8-2271
COMPLIME N TS
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Open Every Nite
Phone 7-9961 37-39 Main St.
YOUR MILK DISTRIBUTOR
HARRY L. ME
YER 81 SON
Wengert ' s
D, L, SAYLOR AND KINGSRIGE SUITS MALLORY HATS
H. W. KR EIDER
PURITAN SPORTSWEAR 'ARROW SHIRTS
Yorty's Dry Cleaning
Annville Lumber Company
Lumber and Millwork
750 East Main Street
West End Meat
H. G. Spangler, Prop.
Dealer in all Kinds of Meats
SALES and SERVICE
Isaac M. Long
Life - Automobile
Compensation - Fire
17 East Main Street
For The Biggest
Milkshake in Town
VISIT BILL'S LUNCH BAR
8fI1 8. Skull Sis.
HAROLD C. BRAN DT
Winter Wheat Flour and
Blue Ribbon Feeds
Grain Drying Service
Master Mix Feeds
Phone 7-7661 Annville, Pa.
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