Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1954
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Mr and Mrs Frank Aftosmes
Colonel and Mrs Thomas H
J W G1ngr1cl1
Dr and Mrs Russell L Glng
Economy Shoe Store
Frozen Food Serxxce
Shoulder Strap Com
Gold Seal Ice Crearn
Mr and Mrs Harlan S Graeff
The Beautlful Green Terrace
Groy alld Houser FIOIISI
Harpel s Studro
L G Balfour Company
Dr and Mrs John Bamberger
Batdorf Department Store
Beard s Food Market
C aptarn and lvlrs Alfred Beck
Reverend and Mrs J O Bem
Colonel and Mrs Raymond L
John H Boger and Son
Bomberger s Grft Shoppe
The Bon Ton
H F Brandt Eleetncal Appl1
Brandt s Flour and Feed M111
Rewerend Dax1d Bucks
Mr and Mrs Domenrco Can
Carl s Barber Shop
Co ed Luncheonette
Dax IS Pharmacy
Nlr and Mrs Paul D1Enno
'ylr and Nlrs Paul Drsstnger
Mr and Mrs Joseph C Early
C olonel and Mrs Ralph Earp
Daxld Lnsmrnger Jr Ford
F1nk s Bakery Inc
Mr and Mrs JN F1nk
Mr and Mrs M Stanley Fred
Comphments of a Fr1end
Complrments of a Fr1end
Funck s Frrestone SCTVICC
W1ll1am Funck Atlantrc Sta
Mr and Mrs Earl S Glngrlch
Mr and Mrs
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Russell F He1l
Irwrn A Hersey
Hostetter s Rad1o Servrce
Mr and Mrs George B John
Mr and Mrs DF Keller
Paul H Ketterlng
Kmgsley and Brown I11c
Lt Colonel and Mrs W1l11am
Mr and Mrs Nxck Kolowama
Mr and Mrs Horace D Koons
Kreamer Brothers Furnlture
A S Krelder Shoe Company
Howard W Krexder
Kretder s Food Market
Krelder Manufacturrng Com
Mr and Mrs Paul Krerder Jr
Kre1der s Shoe Store
Lebanon Umted Jobbers
Lebanon Valley Offset
Mr and Mrs John D Lehr
Llly Ann Shoppe
I M Long, Annvrlle s In
Maxwell B Love
Mar1an1 Brothers SQFVICC Sta
Matz s Food Market
Mr and Mrs Herman E
Mr and Mrs John E McClure
Mr and Mrs John H Mc
Harry L Meyer
MICOZZI s Hobby Shop
Mxllard L1me and Stone Com
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and Mrs Claude H M11
and Mrs Frederlc K M11
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Nlxller s Nursery
Mr and Mrs RlCll3I'd E N111
M1ller s Self QLIVICC Food
Major and Mrs W L Monson
Dr and Mrs James Montelth
Morgan Esso Statron
Colonel and Mrs VVlll13l'Il D
Reverend and Mrs W lvllllel'
Reverend and Mrs Harry
Rose Nash Beauty Shop
Mr and Mrs Lours Rotunda
D L Saxlor and Sons
Dr and Mrs Nelson S Schar
Shenk and Tlttle
Mr and Mrs Dav1d K Shroy
Dr and Mrs J DeWolf S11
Mr and Mrs Roy E Smlth
Smrth s Sheet Metal and
Colonel and Mrs Rrchard
Spangler Meat Market
Reverend K Otls Spessard
Mr and Mrs Chester Strol1
Mr and Mrs George Struble
Unger Brothers SCFVICQ Sta
Unger s Gulf SSIVICC Sratron
UHIOH Emblem Co
Waltz s Barber Shop
Wengert s Da1ry
Whrte s Food Market
Dr and Mrs Wl1113m Wrlr
Mr and Mrs E111s W Wolfe
Mr and Mrs James Zengerle
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The Senlor Class of 1954 dedlcates thls Greystone to Mr
Mr Holllnger deserves much honor and prause for hls
consecratwn to the task of teach1ng and to the help he has
glven to the youth of th1S con munlty The lnfluence of hls
teach1ng and character W111 be a part ofthe llves of h1s pup11s
We hope for h1m many more years Of2lCt1V1ty 1n h1s chosen
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The Parent Teachers Assoclatxon has 566 members for the year 1953 54
Mrs Jay C Th1ne 1S presldent The Annv1lle branch of the PTA was organ
lzed 1n 1943 and meets monthly w1th the followmg objects 1n mmd
To promote the welfare of chlldren and youth 1n the home school church
To ra1se the standard of homel1fe and to br1ng 1nto closer relat1ons the
home and the school so that parents and teachers may cooperate lntelhgently
1n the tra1n1ng of the chlld
To secure adequate laws for the care and protectlon of ch1ldren and youths
1S another lmportant object the PTA hopes to accompl1sh
Another objectmve 1S to develop between educators and the general publlc
such unlted efforts as w1ll secure for every ch1ld the h1ghest advantages 1n
physlcal mental soc 1al and sp1r1tual educat1on
One of the f1rst problems faced by the newly orgamzed group was to fmd
ways of overcommg the shortage of entertalnment for the youth of the com
mun1ty Prof Edward P Rutledge acted as the temporary chalrman at the
f1rst meetlng to d1scuss the organ1zat1on of a local un1t of the Parent Teach
ers Assoc1at1on Mr James Gordon Starr was also 1nstrumental 1n the found
mg of the organ1zat1on The members suggested that a phys1cal educat1on
course be 1nst1tuted IH the Annvllle School System
The ASSOC1at1OH also sponsored the f1rst Cub Pack Movement 1n Annv1lle
w1th J Gordon Starr as Cubmaster The Teen age Dances w1th Mr Rutledge
as Cha1rman for many years commun1ty playground and fluorme treatments
g1ven to schoolch1ldren have been the major projects undertakenby the group
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fmanagerj Mrxed Chorus 1
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chestra 1 2 County Chorus
2 3 Class Play 2 Crrer Staff
1 2 3 Lrbrary Assrstant 1 2
ARTHUR L BEHNEY
Capable center for Lrttle Dutchmen possesses a lot
of school Splfll excels ln all sports always on the
frlendly Slde easy to get along wrth ta future
undeclded goalx for soccer team asset to track team
Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Soccer 1 2 3 Boys Varstty
9 RUTH E ALLEN
Comes to us from the Gap long harr curled by nature
contagroussmrle drsplaysa neat wardrobe pleas
mg personalrty male rnterest from Pittsburgh great
dramatrc abrllty can be depended upon graceful
dancer rnour May Day pageants future Florence Nrghtrn
Tenrus 2 3 Mtxed Chorus 1 2 3 Grrls Chorus 2 Nlrscd Ln
semblc 1 3 Orchestra 1 3 County Chorus 3 Drstrrct Orches
tra 3 Class Play 2 3 Crler Staff 3 Yearbook .3
JEANNE M ANSPACH
Doesnt belreve 1n quret
cracktng gum math whrz
terrlfrc art stude nt
always borrowrng money
has a passron for food
female hot rod always
on the go unluckv v1ct1m
ofbroken foot rn Junror year
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MARION A BLA UCH
Cute pleasant sm1le speed demon rn typrng
would enjoy bernga medrcal secretary drslrkes the wrnter
months lovesto spend spare ttme wrth Sock beau
ttful eyes could use a lrttle more sleep school 1sn t
worth the trme rt takes
RONALD A BLOUCH
Tall dark handsome
terrrfrc dancer attracts
fart sex versatrle
excellent tuba player
varrety of grrls neat
exery dance Slllk black
rarr Prrnce of Snow Ball
rn h1SJUll1Ol' year future
Basketball 1 2 3 Soccer 1
Track 1 2 3 Boys Varsrty
Club 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3
Mrxed Ensemble 2 3 Band
1 2 3 Orchestral 2 3 Coun
ty Chorus 2 3 County Band
1 2 3 DISIIICI Chorus 2 Drs
trrctBand2 3 Dutch Band 1
2 3 Brass Chorr 1 2 3 Class
Play 2 3 Crter Staff 3 Stu
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CLAUDE M BROWN
Romeo of the Commercral sectron halls from Cleona
uh uh I mean wears cadet blue glasses
good frrend always has candy for the grrls strcks to
home town grrls lrked to clrmb tree. answers to the
name of Tootsre
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E WALTER BROUGH
Mr Hollrnger s protege always ready for fun quret
and frrendlv hood natured aluaxs wrrllng to lend a help
mg hand shy around glrls quret type always looks as
--" though he stepped Olll ofa beauty salon oh those waves
can be seen behrnd the wheel of a 40 Dodge
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CARL O DAUB
Tall a mtghty basketball player could do wlthout
Math class hates women drrvers knows all the answers
huntlng frend neat black harr answers to the name
of Oscar or Dauby slrght tnterest ln the female sex
future steel worker
Basketball 12 3 Baseball 1 Baud 1 Safety Patrol 1 Year
IAC,QUl:LllXE F BUCHLR
Ardent gum chewer of
home room always ready
for a laugh prefers Leban
on boys can always be
found at roller skatxng rrnk
could not get along wlth
out Pete and Shrrl school
rs no problem neat col
lectron of sweaters
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JOYCE A. DE VINNEY
Tall lassie with long golden hair. . .excells in basketball
. . .came to us in the middle of our Junior year with Virginia
. . ."Play the Jersey Bounce . .life centered around a certain
someone from Lebanon Valley College. . .future plans include
attending Lebanon Valley--Why??
Basketball 35 Yearbook 3.
FRANCIS P DIENNO
lweat dark hair with eyes
match friendly to all
modern day driver Chates
stop for stop srgngj Safety Patrol 12 Yearbook
quiet pleasant disposition
member ofthe National
Guard dependable friend
shutter bug, future in
the photography business
belongs to thc Vocational
MERVIN L DISSIINGER
Conscrenuous student anyone need a dictionary?
projector operator quiet pleasant disposition avoids the
opposite sex conservative halls from Cleona alw ays
on the friendly side usually late for school can be seen
going, around corners on two wheels namely a motorcycle
Movie Projector Operator 1 .Z 3 Yearbook J
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Ensemble 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3
Orchestral 2 3 County Cho
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Drstrrct Chorus 2 3 Drstrlct
Band 3 Dutch Band 1 2 3
Brass Cholr l 2 3 Class Plav
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WILLIA M I FELTY
D LORRAINE ESHELMAN
Skrlled accordron player Lorrarne and Stan
Joys musrc quret and frrendly garned recognrtron rn
F H A and 4 H work supports the clarlnet SCCIIOH of the
band neat black halr has won many medals and
trophres for farm projects
Hockey 3 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Glrls Chorus 1 2 Band l
County Band 1 2 Crrer Staff 3 F H A 2 Yearbook 3
fm KEN R FEGAN
can play a mean trumpet
Mr Lemon s yes man
French class a must
Flagle and Nagle that
rtng on hrs lrttle flnger
owns a becommg blush
ardent collectron of modern
musrc classrcs frne mus
rc career ahead of htm
Mrss Wltmeyer s protege B111 and Al Endlcott lt...
Johnson s dependable salesman could do wrthout math
halls from South Annvllle left handed partrcular
dresser keen sense of humor competent stage man
ager of senror play future as hrstory major at L V C
Mrxed Chorus l Yearbook 3
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bhlrley A Fox
Prefers lxavy guys loves roller skatrng chref
pastlme rs gabbrng, tne blonde hatred flrrt of the class
of 54 rs never on trme for school her motto rs
Lrve fast dre younr, and have a good lookrng, corpse
plans to travel all over the Umted btatcs
Ruth E Garrrson
Petrte neat dresser
ards Dutchmen on to
vrctoryxx 1th her lrxely cheer
1n always ready for a
good laugh mam tnter
est lrves 1n Elrzabethtown
senror play all state
make an effrcrent secretary
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Cheerleader l 3 G A A Z
3 lNrl1XCK.l Chorus 1 Z 3 Glrls
Chorus 1 5 3 Class Play 'V 3
Bruce H Hartman
A real gone character tryrnc, to grow a D A
treat entertarner rn Englrsh class lrkes the weaker sex
marn rnterest rn Haaelton brg asset U91 to thc
Commercral sectron always tak1nQ, prctures keeps
the btars and btrrpes flyrng m1l1tary career
Soccer 1 2 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Boys Chorus 2 Band 1 P 3
Orchestra 2 3 County Band 2 Class Play 2 Movre Projector
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Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 Girls
Chorus 2 3 Mixed Fnsemble
2 3 Orchestra 2 3 County
Chorus2 3 D1str1ctChorus 3
Class Play 2 3 Crier Staff 1
2 3 Yearbook 3
William H Heeter
Quiet guy of the Academic section member of school
band hunting fiend mind for math frequently
seen in his father s Olds even tempered plans to
study engineering in the future easy to get along with
plays trombone for the Patriots
Mixed Chorus3 Band 1 2 3 County Band 1 2 3 Safety Patrol
James W. Hartman
Basketball whiz .... Jim and Doris .... faithful out-
fielder for A H S baseball team .... pleasing personality
. . . . sunny disposition . . . . low voice . . . . excells in all
sports .... helpful hand .... friendly smile .... great as-
set to Annville High .... easy to get along with.
Basketball 12 3- Baseball 1 2 3- Soccer 3- Track 2 3- Boys'
Varsity Club 3- Class Officer l,3- Safety Patrol 1- Yearbook
Thelma L Hauer
One of the busiest Senior
girls in the Academic section
efficient co editor of
fiend loves to eat
musical fingers one of
our representatives to district
chorus friendly to every
one knows her French
plans to be a teacher
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Rachel R Hellman
Great frrend to all low volce drrves a Packard
or Plymouth Lret and Rachel good school sprrlt
out for a good t1me good taste 1n choosmg cloth
rn cut up ln Englrsh class has that fresh a1r look
hates to srt at home
Mrxed Chorus 2 '3 Grrls Chorus 2 3 Class Play 3 Yearbook 3
Kenneth O Hoffman
mouth plays a mean
game of baseball part
t1medr1verofM1ller s dellv
HY UUCR easy Nigel 3 Basketball l Baseball l 2
long Wlfh f31lhfU1SUD Boys Vars1tyC1ub 3 Band 1
porter of basketball games Cgunty Band 1 Yearbogk 3
mam rnterest IS cars
ture l1es1n fteld of engmeer
Rrchard L Hoffman
Hot rod drlver seen wrth the gang loves to
ta k good swlmmer hates to walk hooks
dancmg class says that he thlnks lots of school
SDITII bad temper gets around a lot n1ce fel
low to know gets thrngs accompllshed
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Laura L Ktim
Came fro111 Mereersburu to Join our class in tenth grade
tall blonde and attractive efficient saleseirl 111
the local drugstore basketball player par excellence
nicknamed Dolly high stepping head malorette
does the Charleston frequent baby sitter
ture nursing career
Basketball 1 .Z 3 Tennis 1 Cheerleader 1 G A A 0 3 Mixed
Chorus 1 2 3 Girls Chorus 1 3 Class Play P 3 Crier staff
l 2 3 Student Council Y 3 Class 0ff1eer W May Court 2
Band 1 ' 3 Yearbook 3
Joanne M. Hollinger
Quiet but sweet ,,,, Joanne and Fred are a constant two-
some .... better known as "Jo" .... so understanding , , , ,
petite waistline .... Math whiz .... once a friend always
a friend. .... possess a huge appetite .... enjoys a hearty
gab session .... will make a terrific nurse.
Hockey ig Mixed Chorus l,2,3g Girls' Chorus Q,3g Band 2,3g
Class Play 2,I3g lxlay Court l,2g Yearbook 33
Fern E llummer
Hails from the wide open
spaces 4 keeps
late hours faithful usher
for classact1v1t1es likes
a certain cool green Mer
cury more men thanshe
can handle dependable
belongs tothe Commer
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alone xxith future un
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Robert H Klndt
Don Juan of the Senror Class srngs a deep bass
excellent all round athlete favorrte p1an1st Lrberace
often seen d1'lV1l'lg a red Hudson Neat dresser
has terr1f1c artrsuc abrlrty extensrve vocabulary
wrll eventually take over hrs grandfather s rnsurance busrness
Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 Soccer 1 2 3 Track 3 Tennrs
3 Boys Varsrty C1ub3 M1xedCl'1orus 1 2 3 Mlxed Ensemble
2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 County Chorus 2 3 County
Band 1 2 3 Drstrrct Orchestra 1 2 3 Dutch Band 1 7 3 Brass
Chorr 1 2 3 Class Play 1 3 Crrer btaff 3 'Student C vuncrl 1
3 Class Offlcer 1 safety Patrol 2 3 Yearbook 3
Drrvesa black Chevy
ways has a supply of gum
mam rnterest guns and cars
can never be found dur
mg huntlng season runs
hrs own taxr servrce
camera frend lrkes to
happy go lucky and carefree
D rnrel P Kuck
I-la1ls from the country rrdes to school 1n hrs own
Chevy quret frrend of everyone can be heard
playrng, clarrnet rn all musrcal programs conscrentrous
math student could easrly get along wlthout women
career as draftsman rn arrforce after graduatron
MrxedChorus 1,2,3, Band 1,2,3, Orchestra 1,3,3, County Band
1 2 3, Dutch Band 1,2 3, safety Patrol 1, Yearbook 3
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Aids Owen in making, Lnglish class more interesting,
I-red and Jo master of the French horn will be re
tnembered for his acting, ability mind of his own
loves to argue wavy hair to be envied by all the girls
future lan yer
Basketball ' Track 13 Mixed C horus 1 2 3 Band l 3
chestral Z 3 County Chorus 2 3 County Band l 7 3 District
Band 3 District Orchestra 3 Dutch Band 1 W 3 Brass Choir
l 3 Class Play l 3 Lrier Staff 2 safety Patrol l
Ruth A, Krall
Female "Hercules" of the class .... "dainty" hockey shoes
K .... possesses good school spirit. . dependable poster
, maker .... Math whiz .... writes letters to a special G,l.
in Korea .... drives a big blue Oldsmobile .... always
willing to help .... friendly .... future undecided.
Basketball l,2,3g Hockey l,!,3g G.A.A. l,2,3g Mixed Chorus
lg Crier Staff 1,25 Library Assistant 1,25 Yearbook l
Delores E Kreider
Friendly to all sticks
mostly with her own sex
etter known as Dolly
has a serious outlook on life
and a friend of everyone she
knows plans to tnake
her career thatof a secretary
one of the manyCleona
residents attending Annville
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Albert M Lapxolt
A dependable frlend good cook chemxstry Wh1Z
w111 make a good doctor brown eyes Endr
cott Johnson s manager keeps the gtrls guessrng
easy to get along w1th Do you have a suck of gum" if
loves ravtoll always talklng good school
Frances M Lash
Frtendly to all plays
a hot keyboard ftypewrlter
that xsj seems to be
quret but you need only to
look at her twrnklmg eyes to
know she could eas11y germ
to mtschlef part of An
spach Blouch and Lash Inc
Jeanette C Lentz
Class treasurer w1ll1ng to lend her homework paper
at any txme another of our rural residents has a
frtendly smrle for everyone even tempered doesn t
like her long walk to the school bus long brown wavy
hau has a quret unassumtng manner
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Ray M Llght
Usually late for school has won many a glrl s heart
asset to the track team acqulred the technlque of
fl1rt1ng halls from the wlde open spaces future un
declded could do wtthout school always has a neat
halr comb flrst presldent of H1 Y
Track 1 2 3 Mtxed Chorus 1 2 County Chorus 1 Safety Pa
trol 1 Yearbook 3
R Stanley Llght
Plays ll real cool
known for hts unusual laugh
couldnt do wlthout
Basketball 1 2 3 soccer 3 English C1355 Stan and
Track 1 2 lxllxed Chorus Lorralne spends most of
2 3 Band 1 2 3 01'CheSU'a h1s ttme at the post offlce
3 COUUIY Ch01'US 2 County possesses sparklmg blue
Band 2 Dutch Band 1 2 3 eyes memberofbasket
U01 1 wrthout shorthand enjoys
Fern R Llskey
Great asset to Glrls basketball team enjoys llsten
lng to muslc excells ln all sDorts plcasmg person
al1ty faculty for slnglng good school Splfll
enyoys golng to Myerstown plans to go to college
easy to get along w1th energeuc cheerleader great
v1ol1n1st always busy
B tsketball 1 2 3 Hockey 1 2 3 Tenms 1 2 8 G A A 1 2 3
Cheerleader 1 2 3 Muted Chorus 1 2 3 Gl.l'1S Chorus 1 .Z 3
lxllxed Ensemble 1 2 3 B nd 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 County
Chorus 1 3 County Band3 D1str1ctOrchestra 3 Class Play 2
3 Crler btaff 1 2 '3 btudent COUHC11 Z 3 Yearbook 3
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XNIULBITI N Long
Travels toschoolon bus from country controls movrc.
projector for assemblles Aunvrlle l-hgh s SIIIQIHQ cowboy
sacufrccs lunch hour by workrng at Astorla Restaurant
quret not mtcrestcd rn tgrrls frrendly smrlc
lookmg forward to profcssron as truck drrver after grad
Class Play 3 Movre Projector Jperator 2 3 Yearbook 3
bhrrley A Longer ecker
Happy co lucky
ways cuttrng up u
of fun useful on the
volleyball team keenly
rnterested 1n sports as
a heart of gold future
undecrded l1ttle gal wrth
lots of pep
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Drrvcs to school rn hrs oun Mercury at home on the
dance floor attends school actrvrtres brown curly
han' plays the French horn srngs bass 1n Lnsemble
portrayed HOW16 rn bemor play frrendly to
everyone not rnterested rn any partrcular grrl
Trackl 2 3 Tenms 3 Boys Varsrty Club 3 Mrxed Chorus l
2 3 Mrxed Ensemble 2 3 Band l 7 3 Orchestral Z 3 County
Chorusl 7 3 County Band 1 2 3 Dutch Band 3 BrassCho1r 3
Class Play 2 3 Yearbook 3
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1 2 Class Offrcer 2 3 Safety
Patrol 1 2 Yearbook 3
Umque 1n every sense of the word extenstve ward
robe attracuve always Meet the deadltne
energy plus on the basketball floor wrll be remembered
for her profess1onal performance as Abtgarl 1n the Senror
play busy lrttle bee future 1n nursmg
Mlxed Chorus 1,2,3, Gtrls Chours 1, StudentCounc1l 1, Class
Play 2,3, Basketball 1,2,3, Hockey 1,2,3, G.A,A. 1,2,3,
Dorothy A Mrller
A good frxend to know naturally curly hatr
ways on the go loves math class 11kes to tceskate
1n spare ume at the Water Works actrve F H A mem
er glrls w1th many loves"'?'7 wants to work tn a
James A Mrller
Class presrdent pop
ular wrth both sexes neat
dresser M1ssW1tmeyer s
protege frlendly and good
matured an asset to the
soccer team ftrst male
dancer sleeps rn book
keepmg class lots of
school spurt always out
for a good trme
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One of the Brg Two muslcal abrlrty grocery
boy on Saturdays h1S recordtng machtne comes tn handy
Mr Brllett s rrght hand man always makes Eng
ltsh Class lnteresttng usually 1n a jovlal mood
pre med rn the future
Mtxed Chorus l 2 3 Band l 2 3 Orchestra l 2 3 County Band
1 2 3 Dlstrlct Band 1 2 3 All State Band 2 Dutch Band l 2
3 Brass Chou l 2 3 Class Play 2 3
Warren C Mrller
Better known tohls frlends
as Bud or Nubs owner
ofa hot Ford loves Eng
ltsh Class easy to get
along with future navy Basketball 2 Soccer 2
dent asset to soccer
team basketball fa n Pauoll Yearbook 3
good school sp1r1t pretty
Claretta T Noll
Farr skrn and brrght eyes small but mrghty
Rachel and Cret could do wrthout Math srngrng
secretary ltkes to r1de 1n Bulcks Wh1Z at the type
wrrter dates older fellows has that cute glggle
mce to know
Mrxed Chorus l 2 .3 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 Mrxed Ensemble l
2 3 County Chorus 2 Class Play 2 3 Yearbook 3
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Prefers nuns lS determxned to shorten Mrs Bucher s
1 e Nlr Dunlap s problem chrld drrves a hor
Ford Rrp X an Wrnkle s k1n one of the fexx hard
worlunrg semors fnox on school ume of course'J Can L
wart for that graduauon day mckname Den
Joanne L Rhoads
One of the tall g1f1S of the benror Class would be
only too glad to help a frrend rn need wrll be seen wuh
bukre dllflllg school drlves a neat car her dad s
loves h1llb1lly musrc llstens to the N70 Club
would lrke to Jorn the Waves
Nlrxed Chorus l le H A 2
l rederlck Rau
New comer from Germany
good sense of humor
always pulllng boners rn
Trrg class Chemrstry
whm frrendly to ey ery
pendable easy to get a
longxx 1th detests home
work xnteresung publlc
speaker screnufrc mxnd
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Often seen but seldom heard trny featured vslth a
twenty 1nch xxarstltne Ken and Joyce av1d sports
an dependable spare trme taken up by sellrng
shoes at Endrcottjohnsons cute xxrll someday make
some lucky doctor a wonderful nurse
Hockey 2 Mrxed Chorus 2 Grrls Chorus 2 May Court l 2
Jean M Ruhl
Annvrlle Hrgh s depend
able frlend flrrty eyes
favors boy from E Town
can be seen at corner drug
store commercral stu
dent small package
future secretary Ruth
and Jean swell person
Glrls Chorus 2 Class Play 3
ClassOff1cer l MayCourt 2
Paul R battazahn
NICE guy to know memberof lunch bag brxgade
takes II easy good natured ready to lend a help
mg hand catcher for baseball team hearty laugh
lots of school sprrrt brg brute employed by
Mr Hollinger as a parnter answers to the name of
Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 2 3 Soccer 3 Boys Varslty Club
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Basketball 1 Baseball 1
Shrrley M Shutt
Member of Pete IHCRIS Shrrl trro frrendly smrle
has eye on soldrer from Palmyra eonstantly seen wrth
shoulder strap bag smcere abrlrty to keep frrends
on quret srde untrl you get to know her lookrng
forward to graduatron dependable frrend
Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Grrls Chorus 2 3 F H A 2 Yearbook 3
Charles R berdel
Tall thrn lanky fellow from Academrc sectron plays
clarmet rn the school band part trme shoe clerk
has uothrng to do mth grrls rntends to go to college
mek name of Chaz one of the huntrng frrends
Band l 73 Orchestra l ' 3 County Band 1 2 Yearbook
Class flrrt says what
he thrnks always hoppmg
to or from Cleona mam
rnterest at Lebanon Catholrc
good lookrng part
trme dry cleaner ladres
man future wrth Uncle
bam shows good school
spurt good trme Char
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Sweet and friendly .... a great asset tothe Student Coun-
cil .... President of G.A.A. .... Miss Witmeyer's private
secretary .... loves to dance .... sunny disposition ....
seen driving different cats .... dates out of town fellows . .
. . Shirl and Pat .... Whiz on the hockey and basketball
teams .... class scribe.
Basketball 1,2,3g Hockey 1,2,3g Cheerleader lg G.A.A. l,2,3g
Mixed Chorus 1,2g Girls' Chorus 2g Band 1,2,3g Class Play 2,
3g Crier Staff l,2,3g Student Council 1,2,3g Class Officer 1,2,
3g Yearbook 3
Robert L Smith
Happy go lucky
loves to talk sexy eyes
and long eye lashes
dies man low distinct
voice hot rod as
a mind of his own
ways seen with the gang
plans to Join the Navy and see
Fred A Sparks
Joined us in Freshman year seems
always seen dr1v1ngM1ller s Grocery truck
doesn t belive in doing homework
girls sleeping is his favorite pastime
will claim him soon nice guy to know
has no time for
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Always on a dret extensrve wardrobe versatrlc
dancer those letters from New York" keeps the
Color Guard rn step 1na dtlemrna about her future
black specs good school sp1r1t Commerclalstudent
sxxeet smrle Pat and qhlfl
Basketball 1 3 Hockey P 3 G A A 3 Nlrxed Chorus
Gtr s Chorus 1 Band 1 P 3 Class Play ' 3 Crrer sta
Basketballl 2 Hockey 1 3
Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Band 1
2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 County
B nd 1 2 3 Class Play 3
Crrer btaff 1 9 3 Yearbook
florence M bwcrgert
Called FIOSSIC by all her frrends pleasrng vorce
pretty dark eyelashes loves school Mrs Lrght s cr
rand grrl brown rxmmed glasses lrkes to eat
enJoys readlng rn her lersure tlme can be seen takrng,
her lrttle SISICI for a walk every evenxng hopes to secure
a posruon as a secretary
Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Grrls Chorus l 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orches
tra 1 2 3 County Band 1 2 3 Dutch Band 3
M Trycwe btruble
lrrg quiet and re
real out doors glrl trat
green eyes' Englrsh IS
her faxorrte class eyes
sparkle when New York rs
rnentroned flute player
drenrfred house mother
rn Sen1or play future at
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Tennis lags: G.A.A. naturally curly hialr and -those
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MARY E. SWOPE f
Dark eyes .... baby's complexion .... neat dresser .... A,
H.S.'s favorite vocalist .... loves to jive .... dates college
fellows .... long walk home .... future lies in the nursing -,
field .... good friend to all .... Miss Lehmein's right hand --QJ?
man .... good hockey player .... irresistible to male sex. Q
Baskerbaii l,2,3g Hockey 2,35 o.A.A. 2,33 Mixed chorus i,2, M
35 Girl's Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Ensemble l,2,3g County Chorus
2 3- District Chorus 2 3' Class Play 2' Crier Staff 1 2 3
ROBERT M SXNOPl:
Clown of academic sec
tion sheires 34 Chewy
with Ken could do with
out school wine women
und song Mrs Bucher s
problem in English class
always ready for 1 leiugh
could use an alarm clock in
the morning ei friend
blender redhead ein tike .1 joke willingly Pete
blllfl .ind Jackie trio leases the fellows guessing
could getalong without school rarely seenivithout shoulder
strap bag attraetixe smile happy go lucky
ability to succeed in whatever she attempts
Mixed Chorus 1 F H A 2 Yearbook .3
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KATHLEEN A. TOBIAS
Ewrybodx sptrl .uordsrnental usrtxon part trmt
job dlF1l'1k s Bakerx loses hrs seeqgars alwnxs good
lor .1 joke cours a lot of terrrtor, growrng A Qoatee
if bIFOl'1Q,It.lldLIll.NIOW1FLllDdCllElOl'ClOIU dogsn t htlrut
rn worryrng undgudgd .about future
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Sotgtr 3 Bots Var
Club 3 'uarbook 5
LUKE 5 WAGNLR
A rtrthtr qurtt roserved fellow shy around fonmlgs
has C1 cur of hrs own but rrdes Unger s bus wxthont ful
IS nlwaws Lonccrned about hrs harr sports .1 ruddy
smrle tnjoys nothrng more than a das off from school to
Baseball 1 5 Yturbook 3
ROBHU L LINC LR
Ansxxtrs to nurnu of Pe:
pezp shot uhm on brskgtball
team ulxwuxs rcudx for .1
good laugh good math
student enjoys swrmmrng
rn Sl1I'lll'UCl'IllUL fl1rt.1t1ous
Couldn tdo wrthout op
posrtt sex good school
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SALLY A. WERNER
Pleasing personality .... bundle of pep .... enjoys skating
at Mt, Gretna .... nice things come in small packages ....
future tyfpist .... neat dresser .... could do without English
. . . .never seen without gum. . . .boy, am lsleepyl, . . .de-
tests two-faced people.
Mixed Chorus 1,2g Girls' Chorus 2g Yearbook 3.
PALL X WOLF
Happy go lucky fellow
lunchtime cut up
ne er without c
favors Lebanon Catholic girls
good friend class
advisor crew cut
tends all school functions
always has a smile for
everyone Vice president
o B VC future in the
Baseball 1 3 3 Boys Varsity
ub 3 Salty Prtro
LLAIRE L ZEARFOSS
Knocked out by Thelma s clubs in Junior play always
ready for .3 laugh a girl who gets around faithful
supporter of all school activities possesses an infectious
giggle light hearted bubbling personality wi
make a wonderful nurse
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Girls Chorus2 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 County Band 1
2 3 Class Play 2 3 Yearbook 3 Crier Staff 3
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Wasn t tt a glortous day rn September of 48 when we at last cltmbed those statrs to Junror Htgh'P We
were all so proud and happy that day' We met many new frtends that year We had one of the largest
classes Annvtlle ever had and we were proud of rt How we envred those Sentors and often wondered rf
we would ever attaln that posltlon mhrgh school We had fun gettrng used to our new schedule We were
no longer under the hand of one teacher but of many
We got through the year wtth flung colors and Kay Muller was our ftrst class presldent
As the summer of 49 drew to a close we were wtllrng to go back to good old A H S Thrs year we
knew what was expected of us and we had a pretty rough trme ltvtng up to our standards We elected
Bob Ktndt as our Class Prestdent We were very pleased also to take part rn the annual May Day festtv
IIICS It was tn thrs year that we were faced wrth the County Exams All of us must have passed because
as the 50 51 school year termrnated we were proud freshmen.
We rmmedtately elected Ronnte Blouch as our Prestdent Probably the most tmportant event of that
year was when we recetved our dtploma at the Juntor Hrgh Transfer Exercrses Professor McKlveen was
Frnally the dax came when we were no longer Juntor Hlgh students but at last we were one of the Btg
Three btnce there was much work to be done thrs year we elected Bob Ktndt as our Presrdent We chose
our class colors navy blue and whlte and shortly after thatordered our class Jackets Boy but we thought
we were tops when we ftnally could wear the jackets around school' But the novetly soon wore off and
rt proved to be Just another event tn our ltfe at school We also had to pay class dues for the ftrst tlme
Even though our treasurer had a rather hard trme collectmg the money we flnally patd up Thls was the
ftrst year for our class to be represented rn the May Court Joyce Royer and JoAnne Hollrnger had thts
prtvllege Thxs just about summed up our llfe as sophomores
The summer of 52 flew by very qurckly and we were agam back rn A H S for our Junror year
We elected Jtm Mtller as our prestdent and tmmedtately got down to hard work for there was much
to be accomplrshed thrs year A commtttee was appomted to draw a crest for the class rmg whtch was
to be standarrzed for the htgh school The class fmally decrded on an approprrate crest and the rrngs
VFICYC ordered Even though school was almost over by the ttme we got our rrngs we were very proud of
The most rmportant event was the annual Junror Senlor Prom The theme of out formal was Deep
Purple and ll was a most successful prom and everyone enjoyed II
Thts year our class was represented rn the May Court by Joyce Royer JoAnne Hollrnger, Jean Ruhl
and Laura Ketm The xear passed and before we had time to realtze tt we were back tn high school for
our last ear
We agam elected Jtm Mrller as our class presrdent Stnce thts was our last year together we wanted
to mark ll one we could be proud of And ll has proved thus Probably the frrst event of the year was
the Sentor play Mother ts a Freshman
We were very proud of our basketball team who won the county champtonshlp and entered tnto the
Another brg event was the annual Snow Ball Dance over whrch Laura Ketm and Bob Krndt retgned as
Snow Queen and Krng
Joyce Royer rergned over our annual May Day festrvltles as Queen and Joanne Holltnger as Ivlald of
Honor The theme was based on SHOW BOAT
Flnally the great moment arrtved Commencement Thrs year our graduatton was a brt dtfferent
The exerclses were based on Amertcan mustc from the lndtan war dance to modern mustc
We especlally want to show our gratttude to all our teachers who put up wtth us and gutded us for
so many years
We can all look back on these years as haDPY ones and remember all the frrends we have made tn
A H S
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MISS HlLL'S ROOM--lst. Bill, Leroy, Shirley, Sally, Bob, David, Shir-
ley, Wilma, Bob, Faye. 2nd, Shirley, Fern, Shirley, Nancy, Joyce,
Nancy, Carol, Jim, Jackie. Back Row: Delores, Shirley, David, Bob
MISS EVAN'S ROOM--lst. Kathleen, Dickie, Stanley, Nancy, Dick,
Jackie,Gardner,John,Jeanne, Jane. Qnd. Ruth, Kent, Kenny, Kathryn,
Ken, Kay, Donald, joan, Nancy. Back Row--Shirley, Paul, Cynthia,
Trygue, Eugene, Lucille, Gene, Mary.
THE GREYSTO E GAZETTE
1 No Annvllle Pennsylvania .I unuu ry 30 1964
WOMA ELECTED PRE IDE T OF THE U
88TH CONGRESS DOROTHY MILLER NEW CABINET FORMED
Rachel Hellman presrdes over
Senate Claretta Noll Speaker of
House A brll was rntroduced
ln the Senate by Senator Ray Lrght
to change the locatron of the Cap
The federal government has de
clded to change the srte of the
caprtal because of fear of 1nvas1on
from an unknown planet The sug
gested locatron IS AHUVIIIC on the
The bxll was referred to the Ar
gurng Commlttee whtch consists of
Senators Wrllram Heeter James
Hartman Sally Werner Ronald
Blouch Jean Ruhl Kenneth Hoff
man Rrchard Hoffman and Warren
FIVE LOCAL GIRLS
COMPETE IN NATIONAL
HOT ROD DERBY
The grrls competrng rnclude
Slurley Shutt Joyce Royer JoAnne
Hollrnger Marlan Blouch and Lor
PLANETS NAMED FOR
Names of new planets were re
vealed to the general publrc today
The planets Zearfossrum Stoberrus
and Struboulsky were named rn
honor of the world famous astrono
mers Clarre Zearfoss Sh rley Sto
ber and Trygve Struble
The All Amerrcan Football
team rncludes frve former Annvrlle
Htgh stars namely Scrub Brown
end Merv Drssxnger tackle Brll
Felty center Dan Kllck Guard
and Podey Mlller quarterback
The new Presldent was escorted
to the Ball by the well known href
of the Escort Bureau Carl Daub
She was attrred rn a whrte Imported
sack desrgned by Monsteur Arthur
Behney Her halr was styled by
Bruce Hartman Parts hatr styltst
Musrc for the Ball was furnrshed
by the Swmg and Sway Songs of
Btlly QMayJ Long Outsta nd rng
members of the orchestra are Wal
Smlth 8aFred Sparks fhere were
vocal selectrons by Thelma Hauer
famous blues smger
Francrs Drlinno mternatronally
known chef was rn charge of re
Promment people rn attendance
were Robert Unger Governor of
Penna Albert Laproll Presrdent of
Ye Olde Wtne Company Joanne
Rhoads Ambassador to Whrte Rus
sta Babe Krall great woman bas
ketball player Ruth Allen promr
nent psychtatrtst Frederrck Rau
Professor of Englrsh at the Umver
s1tyofAnnv1lle Joyce DeV1ney and
Charles Serdel stars of the I Love
Joyce T V show
The engagement of Mary Swope
and Robert Swope was announced
It was announced today by Laura
Kelm press secretary that MISS
Mrller has selected her Cabrnet
members They are Secretary of
Fashrons Shrrley Fox Secretary
of Entertarnment Dolores Krelder
Secy of Lonely Hearts Jackre
Bucher Sec y of Male Affarrs
Kathleen Tobras Sec y of Nexgh
bors Affarrs Frances Lash Sec y
of Old Mards Ruth Garrrson D1et
General Jeanne Anspach Treas
urer of Hubby s Pay Check Flo
Allappomtments were approved
by the Senate
FRED KREIDER FORMS
IN NEW YORK
Head truck drxvers of the Krerder
Agency are Bob Ktndt Stanley
Lrght and J1m Mrller
NEW ARMED FORCES
Armed Forces heads appornted
by Presxdent Mxller were Navy
Chref of Staff Pat Smtth Army
Chref of Staff Jeanette Lentz Arr
Force Chrefof Staff Shtrley Longe
necker WAC Chlef of Staff Paul
Sattazahn WAVES Chlef of Staff
Fern Hummer and B111 Matz wrll
star rn the Lrskey Fegan musrcal
Dancrng rn the Lrght
Paul Wolfe recelved top recogm
tron 1n the Kless Pre Bakrng Contest
Second and thrrd wrnners were Luke
Wagner and Dennls Noll respec
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wave wi Bob
Rmhxe A96 Bob
Rutll Allen leave my long halr to Nancy R1CllWll'16
Jeanne Anspach leave my Model A Ford to any Junlor w o wants to walk to school
Arthur Behney leave my atllletlc ablllty to Larry Mlller
Marlan Blauch leave my speed at typlng to Betty Mlller
Ronald Blouch leave my beard to Gene Fortna
Walter Brough leave my math ablllly to B111 Hower
Claude Brown leave my crazy blue glasses to Dlck Eshleman
Jackle Bucher leave my fllrtatlous way to Mabel C8l'l'lSOll
Carl Daub leave my helght to Glen Neldlgh
Joyce De Vlney leave my helght to my slster Carol
FISDCIS D1Er1l'1O leave my curly halr to Davld Kllng
Mervln Dlsslnger leave my projectlonlst sklll to Ronald Herr
Lorralne Eshlernan leave my 4-H work to Audrey Krelder
Kenneth Fegan leave my chalr ln band to Pete Aftosmes
Blll Felty leave my love for French to all future Senlor French students
Shlrley Fox leave my tlcket for Mt Gretna roller rluk to Joyce Ruhl
Ruth Garrlson leave my love for shorthand to Jeanette Hardlck
Bruce Hartrn n leave my job of ralslng the flag every I'IlOl'Il1Ilg to Bob Clark
James Hartllan leave my outflelder s glove to Bob Clark
Thelma Hauer leave my plano technlque to Marle Kllck
Wllllam Heeter leave my mechanleal trend to Karl Mlller
Rachel Hellman glve Jlm Hellman the authorlty to carry on my good name
Kenneth Hoffman leave my frlendly dlsposltlon to Tom Lyons
Rlchard Hoffman leave my hot roddlng to Jlm Hellman
JoAnne Holllnger leave my ablllty to hold a man to Thelma Thomas
Fern Hummer leave my love for school to Llllle HIIL
Laura Kelm leave my blonde half to Par Ellenberger
Robert Klndt leave my number 4 to Rlchard Eshleman
Robert Kless leave my deslre to be a hot rod drlver to Glenn Blantz
Danlel Kllck leave my knowledge of Penna Dutch to John Ludwlg
Ruth Krall leave my love to fool Wllh palnt to Fern Maulfalr
Delores Krelder leave my dally bus rlde to Jay Dlsslnger
Fred Krelder leave my CLl8l'lTl1Hg personallty to Tllman Frye
Albert Laploll leave my argumentatlveness to Cleon Bashore
Frances Lash leave my lole for drlvlng to Geraldlne Wagner
Jeanette Lentz leave my blue eyes to Ruth Adams
Ray Llghl leave my ablllty to fllrt wlth women to Cleon Basllore
Stanley Llght leave my trumpet to Jlm Graby
Fern Llskey leave my versatlllty to Sally Dettra
Wllllam Long leave my gultar to Kenneth Eberly
Shlrley Longenecker leave my love for Palmyra boys to Joan Moyer
Wllllam Matz leave my car to Jay Glnder
Dorothy Mlller leave my shyness to Alverta Hltz
James Mlller leave my out of town glrls to Ken LJCILULCI'
Owen Mlller leave all my junk to anyone who wants II
Warren Mlller leave my smootll runnlng car to Gene Fortna
Claretta Noll leave my love for new cars to Delores Fulk
Dennls Noll leave my love for hot roddlng to Bob Fulton
Frederlck Rau leave my sleeplness to Jlm Moyer
Joanne Rhoads leave my place behlnd the wheel to Geraldlne Wagner
Joyce Royer leave my petlteness to Pat Stoner
Jean Ruhl leave mv dlmples to Nlabel Garrlson
Paul Sattazahn leave my place behlnd the plate fln baseballj to Ken Longenecker
Charles Seldel leave my love for hlstory to Jlm Speck
Robert Seltzer leave my strength to anybody who mlght need ll
Shlrley Shutt leave my eyes to Pat Ulrlch
Patrlcla Smlth leave my good taste ln clothes to LOIS Shroyer
Robert Smlth leave my Slde burns to Jay Glnder
Fred Sparks leave my IHICICSI ln school to Carl Fllcklnger
Shlrley Stober leave my place ln the Color Guard llne to Charlotte Foltz
Trygve Struble leave my muslcal ablllty to Judy Morrlson
Florence Swelgert leave my glggle to Elalne Seldel
Mary Swope leave my blg brown eyes to Jean Long
Robert Swope leave my to Ronald Herr
Katllleen TObl3S leave my many boy trlends to Janet Engle
Bruce Umberger leave my welght to Glenn Neldlgh
Robert Unger leave my tooth plck to Glenn Blantz
Luke Wagner leave my quletness to Wayne Smlth
Sally Werner leave my two learner spermlts to whoever wants to use them
Paul Wolfe leave my halr cut to Ken Delmler
Clalre Zearfoss leave my conraglous glggle to Janlce Fake
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ROW: Mrs. Bucher,
Sally Dettra, Char-
lotte Foltz. 2ND
ROW: Pat Ulrich,Lois
F Shroyer, Elaine Sei-
A del, Carol DeViney,
Anita Tice, Betty Mil-
ler. 3RD ROW: Pat
Long, Nancy Rich-
V Q wine, Fay Kohr,Doris
Funck, Arlene Funck.
The SR-TRI-HI-Y which consists of seventeen members, is supervised by
Mrs. Bucher. The officers of the organization include the Chaplain, President,
Vice President, Secretary and the Advisor.
This group has engaged in many activities during the past year. Some of
these include-going to church, teen talks by citizens of the community, bowl-
ing, and making coloring books for the Elizabethtown Children's Hospital.
The members raise money through the dances which they sponsored such
as the Christmas Dance and the March of Dimes Dance.
This organization is a very efficient group of A. H. S.
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Wagner, Cleon Bashore, Ray
Light, Eugene Fortna, Larry
Meyer. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Gerber, Earl Morris, Joseph
Carmany, Larry I-less, Eddie
Unger, Ken Yortv, Lester
Brough, Mr. Graybill. THIRD
ROW: Adam Diebus, Ellis
Blouch, Ronald Zimmerman,
Bill Long, Ronald Brajkovich,
Charles Graby, LeRoy Bom-
Under the capable direction of Mr.Graybill and Mr. Gerber, Annville High
formed its first HI-Y club this year. Installation services were conducted by
the Palmyra HI-Y Club. One project of the H1-Y club was to provide chartered
buses for play-off games. This club has definitely set a good pattern for
future HI-Y clubs.
The officers are as follows:
President ........... .... R ay Light
Vice-Pres. . . Eugene Fortna
Secretary . . Luke Wagner
Chaplain . . . . . . . Larry Meyer
FIRST ROW: Bob Clark, Luke l
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1st row: Shirley Stober
Claire Zearfoss, Charlotte
Foltz, Pat Smith, Fern Liskey
Mary Swope. 2nd row: Pat
Ulrich, Betty Miller, Tryg
ve Struble, Laura Keim
Carol DeViney, Sally Det-
tra,Ruth Krall, Miss Lehman,
3rd row: Mary Horst, Nancy '
Richwine, Thelma Thomas,
Henrietta Di Angelis, ,lean-
nette Hardick, Kay Miller,
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
With the aim of striving for better sportsmanship, to encourage wider in-
terest in sports, and to boost school spirit, the G. A. A. certainly took its
place as a leader. It has supervised and conducted girls' intramural basket-
ball as well as assisted in various play days, including hockey, volley ball,
and basketball. An outstanding event during the year is the combined ban-
quet for the Girls' Basketball Team and the club members. At this time, the
girls are presented with their letters and gold basketballs. We sincerely hope
that the G. A. A. will continue to progress in the years to come.
BOYS' VARSITY CLU B
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Kindt, 2nd row: Mr. Brandt, PaulSattazahn, PaulWolfe,
Eugene Forma. Carl Flickinger, lim Graby. 3rd.
row: Ronald Herr, Warren Miller, Bob Unger, Kenneth
Hoffman, Lester Fry. 4th row: Cleon Bashore, Bill Matz,
Arthur Behney, Jim Moyer, Jim Hartman.
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T The Boys' VarsityClub is in action
again this year. The purposes of this
club are to create better school spirit
and to develop better sportsmanship.
All boys who have earned a letter in at
least one varsity sport are eligible
for membership. This club has had
several social functions in conjunction
with the G. A. A. including a Victory
Dance. The eighteenmembers of the
club feel their organization very worth
while and hope it will be continued in
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Row I: Mr. Paul Billett, Advisor, James Graby, David Kling, Ronald Miller, Edward Unger, Mervin Dissinger.
Row II: Larry Moyer, Willard Gibson, Charles Graby, Eugene Rhoads, Charles I-lertzog, Arlington Sholley, Wil-
liam Shutt. Row Ill: Ronald Herr, Robert Wilson, William Long, Donald Krcider,
Through the superb instruction of Mr. Billett, the projectionists have
been organized as an efficient unit, trained to operate much of the school's
visual aid and sound equipment.
A unique system has been devised recently whereby formal requests for
visual aid are required from teachers desiring the use of this highly effective
means of teaching. Each member of the squad then is obligated to submit a
written record of his assistants, the attendance, length of program, and other
aspects of his assignmentwhich is carried out during his study periods.In
this manner, it is easily possible to locate and maintain the ever-increasing
stock of equipment.
The projectionists are not only operators of motion picture projectors,
but also operate public address systems, record playe.rs, the tape recorder,
opaque projector, slide projector, and the stereopticon.
These boys are given the advantage of experience, which is not only profit-
able now, but in the future as well.
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Row Ig Dick Stober, Donald Hower, Henry Emrich, Robert Yorty, David Hartman, David Walters. Row II: John
Killinger,James Huey, Barry Dishong, John Davis, Robert Boden, Billy Rohland, Clair Stauffer, Larry Rhine, Da-
vid Riegcrt, Row III: Carol Stroh, Joseph Carmany, Bob Bollinger, George McNeil, Eddie Unger, Dick Rhine,
John Weaber, Carl Smith, Mr, Swingholm, Row IV: Harry Frederick, Ben Dowdrick, Charles Hertzog, Larry
Dodson, Larry Anderson, Glenn Garrison.
The Safety Patrolis 33 members strong. The boys are busy helping child-
ren across the thoroughfares while going to and from school.
Mr. Swingholm is the faculty director while Glenn Garrison holds the stu-
dent position. They in turn cooperate with the local police department.
For their services they are rewarded by trips to many sports events, T
V. programs, circuses, and a dinner sponsored by the business men of the
community. The Palmyra AAA entertains the patrols of Lebanon County with
a gigantic rally and awards each boy with a certificate and a. badge for his
JU IOR HIGH
Row I: Barbara Rice, Elaine Crider,
Helen Heisey, Nancy Humphrey.
Row ll: John Bowman, Priscilla
Scharadin, Pat Tice, Bonita Euston,
Nancy l-lonafius, Kenneth Long.
Row III: Mr. Gerber, Carlin Rhine,
Thomas Brandt, Carl Ginder, Mr.
JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
This year the Jr. High Student Council has been quite an active organiza-
tion.Its purpose was to provide social events at least once a month. Some of
their most important activities are: The King and Queen of Hearts Dance,
skating party, Patch Hop, and the Gander Dance, as a finale, they planned a
picnic. The Council met every Friday noon, with Mr. Billet and Mr. Gerber
as faculty advisors, the council progressed rapidly. Much credit goes to Elaine
Creder, presidentg Barbara Heisey, treasurer, and Barbara Rice, secretary.
All the activities were well attended and both faculty and students enjoyed them.
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1ST ROW: Miss Eshleman, Judy 14
Myers, Nancy Schwenk, Barbara P
Rice, Nancy Humphrey, HelenHei-
sey, Sandy Bowman, Janice Myers,
2ND ROW: Virginia Becker, Carole
Deimler, Gloria Slaybough, Linda
Luttman, Virginia Clark, Lana
Blouch, Helen Jo McKlveen, Anna
Walters, Miriam Hilton, Claudette
Hardick. 3RD ROW: MabelGarri- v
son, Betty Markley, Colleen Eagen, v
Molly Starr, Janet Houston, Elaine
Umberger, Barbara Sheese, Audrey
Kreider, Lucille Heisey, Penny
The JR-TRI-HI-Y consists of thirty members and is under the supervision
of Miss Eshelman.
This organization was started by Miss Miller in 1950 and was known as the
"Religious Group." The officers are President, Vice President, Secretary,
Treasurer, Chaplain and the Advisor.
The group engages in many social functions such as swimming, bowling,
and roller skating. The members delivered toys to the unfortunate children
at Christmas time. Many dances have been sponsored by this organization.
The TRI-HI-Y raises money by sponsoring dances, selling candy, and they
have a fee of five cents per person.
This group of students proves to be ahelpful organization in our school.
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Rowl: Jean Ruhl, Lorraine Eshelman, Mary Swope, Kay Miller, Ruth Garrison, Pat Smith, Shirley
Stober, Trygve Struble. Row II: Carol DeViney-manager, Betty Miller-manager, Pat Ulrich,
Nancy Richwine, Fern Liskey, Henrietta DiAngelis, Thelma Thomas, Jeanne Anspach-manager,
Miss Lehman-coach. Row III: Jean Long, Janice Fake, Jeannette Hardick, Audrey Landis, Mary
Horst, Row IV: Ruth Krall, Lois Shroyer, Elaine Seidel, Anita Tice, Charlotte Foltz.
This year presented another successful girls' hockey team, The girls completed the season with five wins, two
losses, and two ties, The team finished in second place with only Norlebco ahead of them.
A.H.S. Opp. A.H.S. Opp.
September 28--South Lebanon 5 0 October 22--Myerstown 2 1
October 1--Myerstown 1 O 26--Norlebco 1 1
5--Norlebco 0 7 29--Heidelberg 1 O
8--Heidelberg 2 2 November 14--Susquehanna 0 6
15--South Lebanon 3 0 12--Lebanon Valley College 1 2
GIRLS' VAR ITY BASKETBALL
The Girls' Basketball Team had a most successful year. They placed in a three way tie for first place along
with Norlebco and Heidelberg. Along with outstanding playing ability, the girls displayed the kind of sportsman-
ship that any school would be proud of,
OPP. A OPP
Dec. 2 Norlebco 44 Jan. 20 Norlebco 52 57
Dec. 9 S, Lebanon 41 Jan. 27 S. Lebanon 31 20
Dec. 16 Myerstown 50 Feb. 3 Myerstown 46 20
Dec. '29 Alumni 57 Feb. 10 Heidelberg 52 29
Jan. 6 Heidelberg 77 Feb. 17 Cornwall 54 36
Tan. 113 Cornwall 30
Rowlg Laura Keim, Shirley Stober, Pat Smith, Kay Miller, Fern Liskey, Joyce DeViney. Row II:
Mary Horst-manager, Betty Miller-manager, Jeannette Hardick, Sally Dettra, Carol DeViney, Ruth
Krall, Mary Swope-manager, Miss Lehman-coach. Row III: Pat Ulrich, Charlotte Foltz, Janice
Stroh, Nancy Richwine, Joanne Long.
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Row Ig Bob Kindt, Jim Moyer, Art Behney, Carl Daub, Gene Fortna, Jim Hartman. Row II: Jim Graby-managerg
Carl Flickinger, Ronnie Blouch, Paul Sattazahn, Stanley Light, Bob Unger, Mr, Brandt, coach.
Annville High School can be very proud of the basketball team this year.
The team went through the Lebanon County League without a loss. They ended
their county scholastic play with a record of 12 wins and no losses to win the
county league. The team went on to win two play-off games before they were
defeated. Individual recognition goes to Art Behney who wasindividual high
scorer with a total of 2.49 points, and who also placed on the first five of the
All Star Team. Others who received recognition are Jim Hartman,Who placed
on the first five of the All Star Teamg Bob Kindt and Carl Daub who placed the
Second Team, and Gene Fortna who received honorable mention. The team
deserves a lot of credit, not only for winningthe league, but for the good sports-
manship they showed throughout the season.
BASKETBALL J. V.
1953-54 Ann. Opp. 1953-54 Ann. Opp.
1 Middletown A 46 57 1 Middletown A 30 44
4 Hummelstown H 62 54 4 Hummelstown H 52 29
9 Hershey A 35 43 9 Hershey A 37 35
15 Middletown H 58 44 15 Middletown H 42 51
18 Cornwall ' H 64 46 18 Cornwall ' H 50 45
22 Swatara Twp. H 71 53 22 Swatara Twp. H 67 65
29 Alumni H 69 66 29 Alumni H
5 Myerstown ' A 71 48 5 Myerstown ' A 52 37
8 S. Lebanon ' H 68 42 8 S. Lebanon ' H 39 38
15 Heidelberg ' A 76 45 15 Heidelberg ' A 27 25
19 N. Lebanon ' H 93 47 19 N. Lebanon ' H 51 27
22 Palmyra ' A 66 49 22 Palmyra ' A 28 29
26 Swatara Twp. A 40 41 26 Swatara TWD- A 61 55
29 Cornwall ' A 90 46 29 Cornwall ' A 53 66
2 Myerstown ' H 81 54 2 Myerstown ' H 60 47
5 s. Lebanon ' A 55 44 5 S. Lebanon ' A 42 53
9 Elizabethtown A 94 38 9 Elizabethtown A 40 30
12 Heidelberg ' H 77 55 12 Heidelberg ' H 48 29
16 N. Lebanon ' A 90 32 16 N. Lebanon ' A 49 41
19 Palmyra U H 67 50 19 Palmyra ' H 37 41
'League games 1373 954 'I-BHSUC games
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JR. HI. BASKETBALL
Rowl: Jack Sudbury,Eddie Unger, John Painter, Larry Manning Larry Beck Row II Har
ry Frederick, Ben Dowdrick, Gene Hitz, Robert' Wilson, Bob Sparks Robert Erp Ronald Beh
rens, Row III: Jay Light, Bruce Moyer, Iim Davis, Gerald Bowman Henry Emrich Mr
Bugda. Row IV: Ken Dourte, Glenn Bowman, Larry Tobias LeRoy Lehman Ted Books
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
The Junior High Little Dutchmen came through with flying colors this year
finishing the season in third place in their league They won six and lost four
games in the league play. The team ended the season with a total of six wins
and seven defeats. Their scores are as follows
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