Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1956
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Our strong band can ne'er be broken
Formed in Annville High
Far surpassing wealth unspoken
Sealed by friendship's tie.
High school life at best is passing
Gliding swiftly by
Then let us pledge in word and deed
Our love for Annville High.
Alma Mater, Alma. Mater
Deep graven on each heart
Shall be found unwavering true
When we from life shall part.
THE GREY T0 E
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MR. RAYMOND SWINGHOLM
In order to express our sincere appreciation, we, the class of 1956,
respectfully dedicate this edition of "The Greystone" to Mr. Swingholm,
our class advisor.
Seated: V. Earl Light, JosephKreider, Mark '1.1ce, Amos Brandt, Elra Worcester, Adam Miller,
DonaldKlopp,Russell Heilman. Standing: Thomas Gates, Chester Stroh, Floyd Whisler, Merle
Keim, Earne st Williams, Irvin Kreider, Weston Evans, M. Byrd Nye, Walter Noll, Harvey T.
ANNVILLE-CLEONA JOINT SCHOOL
Our pleasant, congenial, impartial
principal, John C. Dunlap. He keeps
us going straight.
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Above - Seated - Miss Jessie Rowe, Mrs. Ada Light, Miss Dawn Anthony, Miss Ruth Keene,
Nursep Miss Eleanor Witmeyer, Mrs. Rose Marie Barry. Standing - Mr. Donald Gingrich, Mr.
Raymond Swingholm, Mr. Paul Billett, Mr. Richard Murr, Mr. Harold Brandt, Mr. William Le-
mon. Below - Seated - Miss Ada. Bossard, Miss Mildred Myers, Miss Barbara Angle, Mrs.
Mary Mille 1' , Secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Barnhart, Miss Doris Stober, Secretary, Miss Helen
Mi11er,Mrs. Sarah Brubaker, Standing - Mr. Howard Moyer, Mr. William Kell, Mr. Peter Bug-
da, Mr. Keith Lebo, Mr. James Martin, Mr. George Gerber, Mr. Henry Hollinger, Mrs. Marion
That glorious day in September, 1944, when our m othe r s made us put away the cars and
dolls and get out the schoolbooks, seems like yesterday but was a little more than a decade ago.
Some of us cried, but some of us were brave and ready for the big c halle nge which faced us.
Miss Bomberger and Miss Keener did a good in teaching us the stories of "Dick and Jane."
The next year Mrs. Shroyer and Mrs. Krieder were our teachers. Remember the rhythm band?
In third grade we were divide d - half of the class had Mrs. Krieder again and the others had
Miss Darkes in the high school building. A.
Our fourth grade teachers were Miss Berry and Mrs. Light. In connection with our arith-
metic class, we set up a grocery store in Miss Berry's room. In fifth grade our teachers were
Mrs. L oos e and Mrs. Keefer. Both rooms took a trip to Hershey to visit the Museum in con-
nection with our history class. This was our first trip as a class, and our parents cooperated
by providing transportation. In sixth grade our te ac he r s were Mrs. Loose and Mrs. Lannon,
who took our class on a picnic to Fink's park on the last day of school.
That summer passed very quickly and we entered junior high in the fall of 1950. With the
addition of North and South Annville students, our class doubled. We finally got a chance to
dress up and go to dances on weekends. Our president in seventh grade was Brook Hunter. In
eighth grade Ken Longenecker was selected class president and we took a trip to Hershey Park
on the last day of school. In ninth grade with Brook Hunter as p r e s ide nt, we enjoyed two big
events. The first was the King and Queen of Hearts Dance in February. Larry Miller and Jan-
ice Strohwere the King and Queen. Finally the transfer exercises arrived and we were anxious
and proud to give speeches and receive our diplomas.
Finallywe were inhigh school! We elected Glenn Garrison, president of the class. We se-
cured our classjackets in this, our Sophomore year. In our Junior year we promptly re-elected
Glenn Garrison, president. This was perhaps our busiest year in high school. We ordered our
classrings and presented "Beauty and the Beef" with Ken Longenecker at his best as "Beef."
Janice Windle, Pat Stoner, Fay Kohr, and Pat Schaffner were elected to the May Court. In May
"An Evening in Paris"was the setting for our Junior-SeniortProm. In our Senior year we elec-
ted John Salem, president. I.n November we presented "Strange Boarders" which was very well
r e c eive d by the public. In February, Nancy Richwine and Larry Miller presided at the Snow
Ball. All spring the Ye arb ook Staff worked hard on the Greystone. In May, we took our last
Finally the great moment arrived - commencement. Everyone seemed a little quieter than
usual when his name was called to receive his diploma.
We will never forget the happy times we had, and the friends we made in Annville High.
Petite blond. . .likes to go ice skating . . . can't
stand stuck-up people . . . quiet. . . first on class
roll . . . sweet smile . . . future nurse
Tall. . . coal black hair . . . whiz in P. O. D. . .
. can be found at the "Co-Ed" . . . keen sense of
humor . . . friend to everyone . . . Army career
DELORES BALAS TER
Brunette with dark eyes . . . loves to jive . . .
"You'd be surprised" . . . sweet smile . . .likes
fried chicken . . . goes ice skating . . . hopes to
be an X-ray technician
Has her man all lined up . . . charming head
Drum Majorette . . . always seen with Julie . . .
' quiet . . . industrious . . . dresses well . . . fu-
ture includes marriage
New girl from the Gap . . . beautiful hair . . .
friendly . . . "Trig" class is her favorite . . .
enjoys sports . . . quite a traveler . . . hopes to
attend a secretarial college
As set to Girls' Basketball Team . . . artistic
ability . . . favorite subject, P. O. D .... "Ber-
kie Sz Lor" . . . good sport . . . usually smiling
Swell fellow . . . good sport . . . drives his own
car . . . Boston Benny inSenior Play . . . artistic
ability . . . good student . . . "Gloria" . . . popu-
lar . . . future shop teacher
"El1is" ' Vocational
Tall and quiet . . . readsa lot . . . loves to argue
. . . has no time for girls . . . plays the trumpet
. . . a. great out-doorsman . . . future undecided
RUTH ANN BLAUCH
Dark eyes . . . hails from the wide open spaces
of North Annville . . . has her guy . . . likes hill-
billy music . . . pizza-pie is her favorite food .
. . good friend
ADE LINE BLOCHER
Rather quiet . . . always ready to do anyone a fa-
vor . . . enjoys reading . . . a daily bus rider . .
. one of the F.H.A. girls . . . faithful friend . . .
Hails from North Annville . . . has a hot "4l"
Ford . . . pastime sleeping . . . cute smile .
quiet, till you get to know him . . . future in
Tall . . . those dark-rimmed specks . . . swell
guy . . . moderate dater . . . always has cornet
practice . . . full of wise cracks . . . Sunday night
bowler . . . future, Air Force
Great guy . . . motors around in his Ford . . .
good-natured . . . annoye d by "party poopers"
. . . always ready for Pizza . . . likes Trig . .
hopes to attend college
"Dave " Vocational L H 's
Black wavy hair . . . a quiet, reserved fellow . . ,V
. likes P. O. D .... enjoys nothing more than ' is
hunting . . . warm smile . . . even-tempered . . ,ani
. future lies in farming Q
Curly hair . . . teller of tall tales . . . drives a
hot Packard . . . belongs to the National Guards
. . . friendly . . . likes pancakes and sausage . .
. plans a military future
Outdoor sportsman . . . "Smiley" in Senior Play
. . . good student . . . Sunday night bowler . . .
changeable as the weather . . . neat dresser . . . '
loads of fun . . . future undecided
S w e ll guy .
likes underclassmen . . . speaks well . . . co-
play . . . future teacher
say winner .
sales girl at
Tall gal . . . terrific basketball player . . . es-
. .likes chemistry . . . weekend
"Haa.ks" . . . future teacher
. . attends all school functions . . .
. . . Professor Harriman in senior
Talkative . . . pleasant disposition . . . big prob-
lem--boys . . . really a swell girl . . . fine ac-
tress . . . like s spaghetti . . . could do without
P. O. D .... future in the Waves
Smallest in class . . . pleasant personality . . .
cute laugh. . . "What's cooking" . . . has a lot of
friends . . . has a neat wardrobe . . . loves spa-
ghetti . , . future secretary
' PHILIP DONMOYER
Mischievous . . . can be se rious . . . innocent
but deadly . . . swell fellow . . . has a way with
women . . . good school spirit . . . plans to at-
T. V. Star.. . "Chestie" . . . could do without
school . . . member of national guard . . . good
trackman . . . drivesa "hot" Dodge . . . push up
artist . . . future entertainer
Asset to track team . . . good school spirit . . .
variety of girls . . . dependable friend . . . re-
liable member of the basketball team . . . talka-
tive . . . plans to go to college
Beautiful eyes . . . good school spirit . . . likes
P.O.D .... soprano voice...friendly
plays the saxophone . . . peppy cheerleader . . .
Conservative . . . never has much to say . . . in-
telligent student . . . tenor voice . . . "Oh nuts!"
. . . raises and lowers the flag . . . friendly . . .
futur e ac c ountant
DELORES F ULK
Beautiful hair . . . pleasant personality. . . likes
Zip . . . collects recipes . . .is a good Home
Economics student . . . small . . . future includes
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Dark hair . . .likes baseball and skating . . .
could get along without school . . . appreciates
shop . . .hasn't decided on the future but is hop-
ing for the best
Tall. . . good looking . . . drives a. "Chevy". . .
lots of fun . . . active in sports . . . President
of Student Council. . . respected by all . . .
bound for college A
Hot-rod . . . glad when 3:30 rolls around . . .
"F"again. . . hates car trouble . . . favorite sub-
ject is girls . . . likes pork chops . swell guy
. . . future sailor
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WILBUR GRABY '
Quiet . . . plays the guitar and sings Hillbilly ' X
music...likes P. O. D. ...enjoys Webb V
Pierce's s ongs . . .friendly . . . drives a Ply-
mouth with a crazy horn . . . future carpenter
Blue eyes . . . agreeable . . . collects horse sta-
tues . . . likes ice skating . . . could do without
Book Reports . . . "Kinda makes you wonder" . .
. plans to join the Armed Forces
Splendid personality . . . original ideas . . . has
aheart of gold . . . funny giggle . . . good student
. . . supports the alto section in chorus . . . fu-
JANNE TTE HACKMAN
Artistic . . . dislikes boastful people . . . pleas-
ing personality . . . like s horseback riding and
roller skating . . . faithful friend . . . future med-
Keensense of humor . . . P. O.D.whiz . . .likes
to eat Pizza . . . hearty laugh . . . asset to com-
mercial section . . . always has an answer . . .
Drives a "37" Dodge . . . goes hunting . . . likes
shop class . . . hot rod . . . "How about that" . .
. enjoys eating hamburgers at Bomgardners . . '
future, Armed Services if
Nice guy . . . enjoys tinkeringwith cars . . . owns
a "56" Ford . . . anavid gun collector . . . works
at Herr's garage . . .likes popular music . . .
future State Cop
Appears quiet . . .likes to hunt and fish . . .
could dowithout Science . . . drives his own "56"
Plymouth . . . hard worker at the gas station . .
"Lefty" Vocational I
Short and quiet . . . good friend . . .likes all X
sports . . . "Sardine" . . . could do without Eng-
lish . . . fast on the basketball floor . . . future ,
Tiny waistline . . . browneyes . . . frequents Co-
Ed for cokes and submarines . . . Girls' Basket-
ball Manager . . . enjoys playing sports . . . fu-
ture, private secretary
Good student . . . friendly . . . dislikes sophisti-
catedpeople . . . likes Math. . . an associate ed-
itor of the "Greystone" . . . dependable . . . dai-
ly bus rider . . . future secretary
Dark haired, intelligent fellow . . . always ready
fora good time . . . travels with Ronnie . . . likes
to argue . . . studies after midnight . . . headed
Petite . . . cooperative . . . always has home-
work finished . . . friendly . . . likes French . .
. drives boy friend's car . . . good natured . . .
interested in Palmyra . . . future undecided
Pretty red hair . . . quiet until you get to know
her . . . one of the commercial gang . . . swell
girl . . . always at a movie . . . future musician
,. my t
e Enviable brown wavy hair . . . loves cokes and
Italian steak sandwiches . . . neat dresser . . .
enjoys ice skating . . . attractive . . . pleasant
personality . . . future designer
Sunny disposition. . . canbe found in the Astoria
. . . whiz at typing . . . funny giggle . . . friendly
to all. . . Ken and Audrey . . . good sport . . .
Blond wavy hair . . . rides the bus from North
Annville . . . always ready to take a day off to go
hunting . . . could do without science . . . future
Smooth type . . . has his own car . . . French
class a must . . . an accomplished horseman . .
. easy to get along with. . . attractive . . . plans
to join the Air Force
Camera fan. . .moving to California . . . always
talking . . . works at the 5 and 10 . . . gone on
"Peepie" . . . just can't do without English . . .
future telephone operator
KE NNE TH L ONGE NE CKE R
Big man . . . keeps the Academic section howl-
ing. . . flat top . . . a bornactor . . . much need-
ed member of baseball team . . . fine tenor voice
. . . Army, then college
Tall and lanky . . . always at Pat's . . . well liked
by all . . . noted for his size 13 shoes . . . asset
to the basketball team . . . future plumber
LE ONARD MCFEATERS
Tall . . . pet peeve, work . . . on the quiet side .
. . likes shop class . . . interested in all sports
. . . good natured . . . "Yeah" . . . future lies in
Cute . . . reflects good taste in clothes . . . fre-
quents the Co-Ed . . . good actress . . . wins
many friends by her smile . . . ambition is to
become an airline hostess
. . future, Armed Services
"Pete" Vocat' 1
Not acare in the world. . . enjoys roller skating
. . . swell guy to know. . . gives the girls a hard
time . . . full of tricks . . . future Armed Serv-
. . . secretary
At home on a basketball floor . . . excellent tuba
player . . . attends all dances . . . nice voice . .
. like s younger girls . . . good looking . . . fu-
ture, Air Force
Basketball whiz . . . "Kathy" . . . Snow Ball King
. . . good in all sports . . . smooth dancer...
ready to brighten dull moments . . . well-liked .
Blond bombshell . . . loves new car s likes
bookkeeping . . . never at home . . :fire u t
swimmer during the summer . . . unusual giggle
Real-gone character . . . full of fun. . . can real-
ly play the drum . . . likes to talk . . . could use
an alarm clock .
Small blond. . .
the latest gossip . . . favorite subject, P. O. D,
. . . frequents the movies . . . hates to stay home
. . . future Wave
. . future Air Force, then State
Small but mighty . . . friendly to everyone . . .
S Rowe's pr otege . . . outstanding in the Senior
f Play . . . hook shot . . . active council member
. . . future teacher
always ready for fun . . . enjoys
President of Senior Class . . . likeable fellow .
. . regular flirt . . . likes tohunt . . . anasset to
the track team . . . favors tall girls . . . plans
to study engineering
Cute blonde. . . Tom's steady . . . regular at the
"Co-Ed" . . . baby's complexion . . . good friend
. . . attractive member of "55" May Court . . .
plans to join the Wafs -
Happy-go-lucky . . . a regular ice skater at the
Waterworks . . . could do without bookkeeping .
. . enjoys painting . . . lots of pep . . . wants to
be a Private Secretary
Blonde . . . sunny disposition . . . helpful hand . .
Arlene and Harold . . . full of fun . . . is quite
studious . . . our prompter . . . cute giggle . . .
Versatile . . . never give up . . . enjoys music,
sports,and dancing . . . always busy . . . spark
ling green eyes . . . Cheerleaders' captain . .
well-liked . . . future music teacher
Petite . . . displays a neat wardrobe . . . fre-
quents the "Co-Ed" . . . Snow Ball princess . . .
jiveswell . . . usually quiet . . . future secretary
and later marriage
Dark hair and eyes to match . . . always smiling
. . . good school spirit . . . likes typing . . . pe-
culiar laugh . . . dislikes snobbish people . . .
Small . . . acquireda. new nickname, "Crash" . .
. main interest, Mike . . . likes to roller skate .
. . safe driver? ? . . . frequently change s hair
styles . . . future in beauty culture
Ffriendly . . . plays it "real cool" on the clarinet
. . . always willing to help . . . all around music
enthusiast . . . could do without English . . . fu-
Care-free fellow. . .goodfriend. . . gets around
. . . drives an Olds . . . Chemistry whiz . . . al-
ways ready to tell jokes . . . plans to be an engi-
Comm e rcial
Dark wavy hair . . . s p ort s a diamond that any
girl would envy . . . likes to argue . . . those
summer trips . . . loads of fun . . . future, get-
ting married to Hal
Short curly hair . . . likes sports and boys . . .
"Oh! darn" . . . hobby is oil painting . . . can't
stand to walk . . . works at Grubbs . . . future
still unde cided
Dark . . . sports enthusiast . . . drives a F01'd -
. . asset to the baseball team . . . likes math. . .
a, spaghetti eater . . . friendly . . . P18-IIS to be 9-
LOLA MAE WERT
Pretty blue eyes . . . quite a driver . . . faith-
ful usher . . oalie for hocke team . . . friend
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. .easy going. . . likes Jonestown for a spe-
cial reason . . . future nurse
Longblack hair . . . peppy cheerleader . . . wait-
ing for "Fetch" . . . loves to jive . . . friendly to
everyone . . . talkative . . . plans to attend busi-
A ness school
Tall blond . . . a mighty basketball player . . .
overworkedlaugh. . . manabout town . . . devil-
ish. . . Miss Witmeyer's protege . . . neat dres-
ser . . . plans to attend college
Quiet . . . a capable projectionist . . . helpful . .
. favorite pastime--loafing . . . likes outdoor
life . . .a spaghetti eater . . . future, garage
Tall and easygoing . . . likes to go hunting . . .
a racing fan . . . why study? . . . big spaghetti
eater . . . future in the Air Force . . . Zip and
Elizabeth Alonzo - F.H.A. 1,2, Sr. Play
Frederick Asper - Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hi Y 3
Delores Balaster - Chorus 2,3, F.H.A. 1,2, Year-
book Staff, Sr. Play
Nancy Benz - Band 1,2,3
Loretta Berkheimer - Chorus l,2,3, Basketball
2,3, Hockey 3, F.H.A. 1,2, Yearbook Staff, G.A.
Diane Bertsch - Library Club 3
Glenn Blantz - Varsity Basketball 3, J. V. Bas-
ketball 1,2, Track l,2,3, Soccer l,2,3, Varsity
Club 2,3, Newspaper Staff 1,2, Student Council 3,
Junior Play, Sr. Play, Hi Y l,2,3, County Student
Ellis Blauch - Band 2,3, Yearbook Staff, Hi Y 1
Adeline Blocher - F.H.A. 2,3, Sr. Play
LeRoy Bomsardner Hi Y 1,2,3
Frederick Bordlemay -Band l,2,3, Orchestra 1,
2,3, Dutch Band l,2,3, County Band l,3, Brass
Choir l,2,3, Track 2,3, Sr. Play
Ronald Brajkovich - Yearbook Staff, Newspaper
Staff 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Lester Brough - Band 1
Paul Buck - Chorus 3, Baseball 2, Jr. Play, Sr.
Play, Hi Y 2,3
Robert Carmany - Chorus 1, Track 2,3, Soccer
l,Z,3,F.T.A. 3, Projectionist 1, Yearbook Staff,
Newspaper Staff 1, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hi Y 1,2,
Doris Clentimack - F.H.A. 2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Carol DeViney - Basketball l,2,3, Tennis 1, Hoc-
key Manager l,2,3, G.A.A. l,2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,2,
3, F.T.A. 3, Yearbook Associate Editor, Jr. Play
Julia DiGiorgio - Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Philip Donmoyer - Chorus l,2,3, Baseball 2,3,
Varsity Club 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Kenneth Eberly - Track 2, Soccer l
Richard Eshleman - Band l,2,3, Chorus l,3,
Varsity Basketball 3, J. V. Basketball 1,2, Track
l,2,3, Socce r 1,3, Varsity Club 2,3, F.T.A. 3,
Yearbook Staff, Student Council 1, Jr. Play,
Class Officers 2, Hi Y 3
Janice Fake - Band l,2,3, Orchestra l,2,3, Coun-
ty Band l,2,3, Chorus l,2,3, County Chorus 2,3,
Ensemble 3, Hockey 1, Yearbook Staff, Newspa-
per Staff 1, Student Council 1,2, Jr. Play, Sr.
Play, Cheerleader 1,2,3
BenjarninFirestine - Chorus l,2,3, County Cho-
rus 3, Yearbook Staff, Jr. Play
Robert Frantz - Sr. Play
Glenn Gar ris on - Varsity Basketball 3, J. V.
Basketball l,2,3, Track l,2,3, Soccer l,2,3, Var-
sity Club 2,3, Student Council l,2,3, Jr. Play,
Class Officers l,2,3, Hi Y 1,2
Wilbur Graby - Track l,2,3, Soccer l,2,3, Var-
sity Club 3
Marion Graybill - Chorus l,2,3, County Chorus
3, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff 1,3, Sr. Play
Jackie Gurnee - Hockey 3, Yearbook Staff
Jannette Hackman - Chorus 2,3, Yearbook Staff,
Newspaper Staff 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Brian Hanley - Newspaper Staff, Jr. Play
Carl Herr - Jr. Play, Sr. Play
Leonard Heverling - J. V. Basketball 2, Track
3, Yearbook Staff
Mary Horst - Chorus 2,35 County Chorus 2,35
Ensemble 35 Tennis l,2,35 Basketball manager
1,2,35G.A.A.1,2,35 TriHiY 1,25 Newspaper Staff
35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Shirley Hostetter - Chorus 2,35 Yearbook Asso-
ciate Editorg Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Larry Killian - Band l,2,35 Or c he s t ra l,2,35
Dutch Band l,2,35 County Band 2,35 Chorus 1,2,
35 County Chorus 35 Yearbook Staff5 Newspaper
Staff 35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 County Student Govern-
Marie Klick - Chorus 1,2535 County Chorus 2,35
Doris Kline - Chorus 15 Hockey 3
Fay Kohr - Band 2,35 Chorus l,2,35 Tennis 2,35
Tri Hi Y l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 May Court 2
Audrey Landis - Hockey 15 Yearbook Staff5 News -
paper Staff 35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Gerald Lash - Track 2
Richard Light - Chorus l,2,35 County Chorus 2,
35 Ensemble 2,35 Track 1,25 Student Council 25
Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Joanne Long - Basketball 1,2
Kenneth Longenecker - Band l,2,35 Orchestra
l,2,35 County Band 15 Chorus l,2,35 County Cho-
rus l,2,35 Ensemble l,2,35 Varsity Basketball
35Baseba1l l,2,35 J. V. Basketball 25 Track 2,35
Soccer 15 Varsity Club l,2,35 Yearbook Staff 35
Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Thomas Lyons - Varsity Basketball 2,35 J. V.
Basketball 15 Baseball l,2,35 Varsity Club 2,35
Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Leonard McFeaters - Baseball 3
Darlene Meily- Band2,35 Chorus 2,35 Hockey 25
Tennis 2,35 Tri Hi Y 25 Yearbook Staff5 Jr. Play5
Larry Miller - Band l,2,35 Chorus l,2,35 County
Chorus 1,2535 Ensemble l,2,35 Varsity Basket-
ball 2,35 J. V. Basketball 15 Baseball l,2,35
Track 2,35 Soccer l,2,35 Varsity Club l,2,35 Sr.
Play5 Class Officer 3
Earl Morris - Track 2,35 Varsity Club 35 Hi Y
SusanMyers -Newspaper Staff 35 Jr. 8: Sr. Play
Robert Rhine - Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Dutch
Band 2,35 County Band 2,35 District Band 2,35
State Band 35 Brass Choir 2,35 Chorus l,2,35
County Chorus l,2,35 Ensemble l,2,35 Varsity
Basketball 2,35 J. V. Basketball 15 Baseball 2,35
Track l,2,35 Soccer 1,35 Varsity Club 35 Student
Council 25 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Larry Rice - Band 152,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Man-
ager 25 Varsity Club 35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Nancy Richwine - Chorus l,2,35 Basketball 1,2,
35 Hockey l,2,35 Tennis 1,35 G.A.A. l,2,35 Tri
Hi Y l,2,35 F.T.A. 35 Yearbook Staff5 Newspa-
per Staff 15 Student Council 1,35 Jr. Play5 Sr.
Joyce Ruhl - Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
John Salem -Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Dutch
Band2,35 County Band 2,35Brass Choir 2,35 Cho-
rus l,2,35 Track 2,35 Basketball Manager 15
Varsity Club 35 Jr. Play5 Class Officer 2,3
Patricia Schaffner - Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Class
Officer 25 May Court 2
Fay Schell - Jr. Play5 Sr. Play
Arlene Sellers - Chorus 2,35 Yearbook Associate
Editor5 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 County Student Gov-
IQ.-s Shroyer - Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35
County Band l,2,35 Chorus l,2,35 District Cho-
rus 35 County Chorus 2,35 Ensemble l,2,35 Bas-
ketball 25 Hockey l,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Tri Hi Y 1,
2,35 Yearbook Editor5 Newspaper Staff 15 Jr.
Play5 Sr. Play
Pat Stoner - Band l,2,35 Chorus 2,35 Hockey 25
Tennis 1,2,35G.A.A. 2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5
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Club 35 Yearbook Staffg Jr. Play5 Hi Y 1,2 , 3
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Paula Wam she r - Basketball 2,35 Tri Hi Y 15
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Varsity Club 2,35 Yearbook Staff5 Jr. Play
Dennis Wood - Projectionist l,2,35 Yearbook
Ronald Zimmerman - Track Z5 Soccer l,2,35
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Elizabeth Alonzo - my pierced ears to Carol Deimler.
Fred Asper - my horse laugh to Robert Sparks.
Delores Balaster - my artistic ability to my brother Ammon.
Nancy Benz - my "love" for bookkeeping to Barbara Becker.
Loretta Berkheimer - my position as guard on the basketball team to my sister Nancy
Dianne Bertsch - my sewing ability to Colleen Smith. . , V , V -V
Glenn,lBlantz. - my position on the far end of the varsity bench to'Eddie Unger.
Ellis Blauch - my math ability to Charles Hertzog.
Ruth ,Ann Blanch - my driver's license to Evelyn Herr.
Adqiifgfhlockher -.my love for sewing to Nancy Bordlemay.
lleffciigilbomgairdner - my cigar to Ken Koch.
.Fred Bordlemay - my Plymouth to anyone who has a tow truck.
Ronald Brajkovich - my late arrivals to Colleen Eagen.
Bztbindt f- my drowsiness in science class to John Painter.
Bifmigh - my National Guard career to Bob Shuey.
Paul Buck- my love for scholarship exams to anyone who is stupid enough to take them
Bob - my "web feet" to Larry Dodson.
-,Dorigiclentimack - my long fingernails to Barbara Becker.
Carol DeViney - my front seat in trigonometry class to Adam Diebus.
Julia DiGiorgio - my height to Judy Light.
Phil Donmoyer - my ability to break test tubes in chemistry class to clumsy Larry Hess
Ken Eberly - my steel guitar to Robert Shuey.
Dick Eshleman - my pole vaulting pole to Ben Bow.
Janice Fake - my saxophone to Nancy Honafius.
Ben Firestine - my studiousness to Larry Hess.
Bob Frantz - my great ability in science class to Ned Bomgardner.
Delores Fulk - my love for long hair to Winnie Felty.
Glenn Garrison - my Council Presidency to Ken Yorty.
Roger Gerber - my hot Plymouth to anyone that wants it.
Wilbur Graby - my position on the Soccer team to Pete Manning.
Marion Graybill - my daily bus ride to Priscilla Fasnacht.
Jackie Gurnee - my used flash bulbs to Joan Shuey.
Jannette Hackxnan - my love for skating to Paula Benz.
Brian Hanley - my ink eradicator and blotter to the Junior Commercial Class.
Carl Herr - my amazing ability in English to Carl Rhoads.
Herman Herr - my hot-rodding to Jay Dissinger.
Robert Herr - my enjoyment of hunting and fishing to my brother, Kenneth.
Leonard Heverling - my alligator shoes to any barefooted boy.
Mary Horst - my flirtatiousness to Sandy Ulrich.
Shirley Hostetter - my typewriter to Gloria Slaybaugh.
Larry Killian - my night life to anyone whose mother will allow him out.
Marie Klick - my hot Ford to Pat Bellach.
Doris Kline - my hockey stick to Amy Wentling.
Fay Kohr 4- my blue Chevy to my younger brother, Curtis.
Audrey Landis - my "acting up" in English class to Laverne Hertzog.
Gerald Lash - Whatever I have to whoever wants it.
Richard Light - my love for homework to any ambitious academic student.
Joanne Long- my love for sad movies and tears to Miriam Hilton.
Ken Longenecker - my ability to get along with others to whoever is a poor sport.
Tom Lyons - my big feet to Jack Sudbury.
Leonard McFeaters - my height to Bill Shutt.
Darlene Meily - my love for neat clothes to Barbara Heisey.
Larry Miller - my small stature to John Painter-for next year's Varsity team.
Pete Morris - my motorcycle to Jack Sudbury.
Susan Myers - mynbookkeeping ability to Nancy Bordlemay.
Bob Rhine - my great name around' school to my brother.
Larry Rice - my job at Mill'er's Self-Service Grocery Store
Nancy Richwine - my French book to Anna Walters.
Joyce Ruhl - my love for math class to Linda Luttman.
John Salem - my bow ties to Harry Frederick.
Pat Schaffner - my ability fha! ha lj to read shorthand to Linda Luttman.
Fay Schell - 'rny love for reading books to Lorraine Herr. -
Arlene Sellers - my 4-H leadership to Audrey Kreider. J'
Lois Shroyer - my parties to any lucky person whose parents go on a vacation.
Pat Stoner - my driving ability to Gloria Slaybaugh.
Janice Stroh - my singing to Pat Smith.
Janet Summy - my ability and liking for sewing to Joanne Moyer.
James Sweigert - my clarinet to Marie Berry.
Lee Thomas - my fifteen studies a week to anyone as lazy as l am.
Anita Tice - my love for driving to school to any girl who can get
Leo Tice - my position on the baseball team to Larry Blauch.
Paula Wamsher - my love for Italian hair cuts to Sevenna Staegar.
Lola Mae Wert - my hot-rodding to Barbara Heisey.
Janice Windle - my love for jiving to Kathy Bowman.
Ellis Wolfe - my love for dogs and basketball to Ed Lyons.
Dennis Wood - my amazing ability in running the projector to Bob
Ronald Zimmerman - my skill in English to Ralph Nauman.
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CLASS PROPHECY OF 1956
True to the predictions of my teachers, I have become a bum. My
only ambition in life is to travel and see what has become of my class-
mates. I boarded my favorite box car, "The Shredded Wheat Special,"
ina suburb of the newly proclaimed metropolis of Annville and began my
Safe on board, I r e laxe d with a newspaper of which the headlines
were, "James Sweigert Discovers a New Meat Ball Formula." He was
aided in this great unde rtaking by his wife, the former Doris Kline.
Noticing the list of the ten most wanted criminals, I spottedthe names of
B enj amin Firestine, Glenn Blantz and David Brandt. Topping the list
was the name Joyce "Tillie" Ruhl. Turning to the sports page, I noticed
the name of Wilbur Graby in a feature story about the Olympics. Be-
cause of obesity the license of the race horse jockey, Brian Hanley, has
b e e n suspended. Taking a quick look at another page I discovered that
Richard "Jimmy-Rub" Eshelman had expired from an overdose of lini-
ment. Turning to che social page Isaw the announcement of the marriage
of Delores Fulk and the Five Star General, Ronald Zimmerman. To my
great surpri s e I saw the announcementof the birth of quads to Mr. 8:
Mrs. Leonard Mc F eate r s fMrs. McFeaters, the former Lola Wert.,
The quads are being ably cared for by Doctor Dennis Wood and his ef-
ficient nurse, Julia DiGiorgio.
The train stopped at Washington, D. C. Here I was discovered by
the station-master, Robert Frantz. Mr. Frantz with the aid of two de-
tectives, Bob and Herman of the Herr Detective Agency, kindly removed
me from my "Shr e dde d Wheat Special." Bumming around the capital
city, I came across a crowd of people listening to the campaign speeches
of Carol DeViney andElizabeth Alonzo. They are running for the offices
of President and Vice-President of the Washington, D. C. Chapter of the
Birdwatchers of America.
Leaving the capital city, I was picked up by a man who turned out to
be Richard Light. He is a traveling salesman for the "Be-ar Cigarette Com-
pany" foundedby Lee Thomas. Watching T. V. in this new 1966 modelof
the Tic e Mobile, invente d by Leo Tice, I saw the Great Pretenders:
Janice Stroh, Marie Klick and Ken Eb e r l y . They are the top hillbilly
gang of the time singing the top hit tune composed by Ruth Ann Blauch.
Passing a billboard, I saw a picture of Pat Stoner advertising Landis's
Giggle-Box Soap, the s oap with everlasting effects. Suddenly the pro-
gram was interruptedby a news flash. Gerald Lash, piloting the private
plane ofthe great actor, Glenn "Cooper" Ga r ris on, is being sued for
flying low over the chicke n farm of Paul Buck. Buck claims that his
chickens will no longer be able to lay the eggs for which they are famous,
because of shock.
Arriving at Heverling's General Store, Mr. Light stopped to make a
sale. I thanked him for the ride and continued on my way, walking. Be-
ing hungry I stopped at a swanky restaurant. It was a "slob-berger man-
or" with John Salem as the proprietor. Entering the door I was greeted
by the hostess, Janice Fake. Recognizing Ronald Brajkovich, the great
rabbit farmer, eating a s p e c ial "rabbitberger," I decided to join him.
Shirley Hostetter, the head waitress, was there to receive my order. I
ordered some of Sweigerts' Meat Balls which were especially prepared
by the chef, Philip Donmoyer. After eating this hearty meal' and having
revealed my inability to pay for the s am e , I was kindly escorted to the
door by tall, stocky, Earl Morris.
While in the mountains I came ,across the great Robert "Web" Car-
many,who was visiting his rich uncle. Since Carmany was scheduled to
lecture at the University of Miami, I decided to go along with him. Sitting
in on the lecture was Professor Janet Summy and Associate Professor,
Joan Long. Alsoat the lecture was the most popular co-ed, Susan Myers,
with her boyfriend LeRoy Bomgardner. Both these persons are studying
classical music. After the lecture Iwalked to Miami Beachwhere Arlene
Sellers was c onduc ting a Beauty Show, sponsored by the Renee Hotel
which is owned and operated by Fay Kohr and Darlene Meily. Partici-
pants in this Beauty Show were Jackie Gurnee, Anita Tice, Nancy Rich-
wine, and Faye Schell. Hopping on another box car I arrived at Datona
Beach, hoping to meet some of my hot-rod classmates. Walking down the
street Iwas almost hit bya speeding car. It turned out to be Roger'Ger-
ber, Paula Wamsher, and Lester Brough repeating the murderous epi-
sode of 1956. Fearing further dange r , I hopped on the back of a truck
carrying Ellis "Alligator" Wolf with his pet alligator to California where
he will appear ina movie. Starring will be Carl Herr and Pat Schaffner.
The truck stopped and I jumped off, right in front of Ken Longenecker's
Beauty Reducing Salon with Mary Horst as a frequent customer.
After recalling old tim e s with Ken and Mary, I took my leave, de-
siring to tour the prominent studios of southern California. Being in-
terested in Tarzan movies, I stopped at one where Larry Rice was star-
ring as Tarzan and Adeline Blocher as the stunt girl. Due to rain I
started for shelter, and entered the studio from which "Truth and Con-
sequences" was being broadcast. Ellis Blauch, the M. C., recognized
me and I accepted his invitation to be a contestant. Since I was one of
the few to tell the truth I was give n a free airplane trip to New York.
Tom Lyons escorted me to the plane , where I recognized Fred Asper,
who after ten years of service was still a Buck Private. Stewardesses
on the plane were Marion Graybill and .Tannette Hackman. Piloting this
plane' was the famous woman pilot, Diane Bertsch. From my window I
saw a large crowd of people and the s tewa r de s s explained that Lois
Shroyer was leaving for her swim across the Saint Lawrence Waterway
with Larry Miller as her manager.
Landing at New York I was met by the "Truth and Consequences"
representative who was to direct my tour to New York. Before my tour
began, I was taken to Fifth Avenue where I was fitted with a suit tailored
by Robert Rhine. A taxi-cab, driven by Janice Windle took me past the
Empire St ate Building where Larry Killian was the chief window washer.
Going through the United Nations building, I saw the fam ous delegate,
Delores Balaster, of Italy. Nancy Benz served as our guide through the
building. Riding in downtown New York I began thinking of home and
decided to get to the railroad station. On the way I saw Fred Bordlemay
and Doris Clentimack who were running the "Turtle Hot-Dog Shop." De-
siring clean clothes, I went to the Chinatown Mission and traded mine for
another set. Here Loretta Berkheimer was the head Social Worker.
Now the greatest coincidence of my life occurred. At the station I
noticed the "Shredded Wheat Special" which I im m e diately boarded,
and headed for home.
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SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
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This year's Council has been one of the most active and e ne rge tic governing bodies our
students have ever elected to office. Special attention has been given to the development of strong
leadership. The council initiated the All School Organizations Club, a publicity committee to
promote better public relations, and numerous school spirit projects. It also was responsible
for the revival of the School Crier.
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President, Kenneth Longeneckerg Vice-President, Larry
Millerg Mr. Harold Brandt, Advisor. Row Z - Larry Meyer,
Larry Rice, Ellis Wolfe, Richard Eshleman, Glenn Garrison,
John Salem, John Painte r . Row 3 - Earl Morris, Wilbur
Graby, Tom Lyons, Philip Donmoyer, Lee Thomas.
Row 1 - Pat Stoner, Kathy Bowman,
Loretta Berkheimer, Linda Luttman
Nancy Richwine. Row2 - Joanne Moy-
er, Barbara Heis e y , Janet Houston,
Miss Jessie Rowe, Advisor. Row 3 -
Nancy Hum phre y , Barbara Sheese,
Molly Starr, Carol Rotunda. Row 4 -
Vice-President, Janice Windle, Pres-
ident, Lois Shroyerg Treasurer, Carol
DeVineyg Secretary, Mary Horst.
Advisor, Mr. Paul Billett
Students, Robert Wilson, Robert Bollinger
Barbara Heisey - Editor-in-chiefg Marion Starr - As s oc1ate Editorg
Colleen Eagen - Associate Editor.
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Tice, Presidentg Betty Markley, Secretaryg Virginia Becker.
Standing -Sue Ann Kreamerp Janet Markg David Hartmang Don-
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
The Annville Junior High Student Council is an organization for the social and educational
benefit of the Junior High School. During the school year of 1955-56 the Council organized a
Juni or High School Spirit Committee, sponsored three dances fone of which was the King and
Que en of Hearts Dancel, helped the Senior High Student Council in the sale of student activity
tickets and newspapers, and sponsored assemblies. The council will continue to seek projects
that will benefit the mental and physical growth of junior high students.
KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS
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There is a great sports' tradition at Annville High School, and this year's
teams have lived up to that tradition without exception.
Although Annvi1le's Soccer Team was not in first place, the team won
several g am e S . We feel that with Mr. Moyer's coaching and the fine school
spirit shown by the players, Annville will do better next year.
This ye ar the Girls' Hockey Team competed in varsity games without a
permanent coach. Near the end of the season, Miss Jessie Rowe arrived as
Physical Education Director. Under her capable coaching the girls ended the
season much more successfully.
The winter sports alsoranked high. This year's Varsity Basketball Team
is one in a long line of teams that have upheld the red and white standards set
in past years. It was one of the best teams in the County League, both as a
team and as individual players. By their good sportsmanship and outstanding
playing, they proved themselves worthy representatives. Congratulations to
Coach Brandt and the team!
Congratulations also to the Junior High Team who, coached by Mr. Bugda,
came out in first place.
Under Mr. Murr's instruction the J. V.'s made a good showing and have
produced some promising material for next year's team.
Under the coaching of Miss Rowe, the girls completed a very successful
season. They showed plenty of fight and sportsmanship characteristics of all
Annville High teams. Best of luck in future years!
When spring comes around, all America turns its eye to baseball. Ann-
ville is no different, and we think we've come up with another championship
team. Coach Murr and the boys are anxious to get started and we wish them
the best of luck.
The Track T e am also deserves recognition. Coach Brandt reports that
quite a few veterans remain from last year's team, making our possibilities
for first place very good.
Tennis also ranks high in s pring sports at Annville. With several new
matches added to the schedule, the girls are set for the coming season.
Many thanks should alsogo to the cheerleaders for their part in our great
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
John Painter, Carlin Rhine, Larry Manning, Larry Blauch,
Adam Diebus, Harry Frederick, Ralph Erap, Robert Wil-
son, Kenneth Dourte, Larry Meyer, Jay Light, Larry
Tobias, John Killinger, Manager, Ben Bow, Manager.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Kneeling - Manag e r s , Ronald Zimmerman and Curtis
Kohr. Standing - Larry Miller, Robe rt Rhine, Glenn
Garrison, Robert Sparks, Kenneth Longenecker, Claude
Ebersole, Thomas Lyons, Glenn Blantz, Ellis Wolfe,
Kneeling - David Gockley, Cordell Morgan, Kenneth Heilman,
Clyde Bomgardner, Dan Moyer, Jeremy Shenk, Charles Behrens.
Row Z - John Weaber, manager, Jim Davis, James Huey, Fred
Seltzer, Bruce Moyer, David Hartman, Douglas Royer, John Davis,
Jeffe ry Meck, manager. Row 3 - Ned Bomgardner, Karl Smith,
Ca r r oll Stroh, Larry Beck, Edward Lyons, John Landis, Ronald
Behrens, James Granger, Gerald Bowman.
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ANNVILLE JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
Lebanon County Junior High Champions
The Junior High Basketball Team were county champions for the second consecutive year.
Coachedby Mr. Pete Bugda, they have been undefeated in twenty league games over the past two
years. Annville Junior High teams have been League Champions four of the last five years.
This year's team compiled a 12-2 won-lost record, losing only two games to Harding Jun-
ior HighfCentral Penn Championsl. They also handily defeated Hershey twice. Wonderful team
effort, combined with enthusiastic cooperation and fine s c ho ol spirit produced a championship
team. They were commendable representatives of the Junior High Student Body.
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Row 1 - George Rhen, Earl Morris, Larry Beck, Ned Bomgardner
Bruce Moyer, E rne st Walters, Jack Sudbury, Jack Wilds. Row 2
Ellis Wolfe, Glenn Blantz, Robert Rhine, Larry Miller, Carlin Rhine
Larry Manning, John Painter. Row 3 - Thomas Brandt, Robert Sparks
Richard Eshleman, Kenneth Dourte, Larry Dodson, Robert Carmany.
Row 4 - Wilbur Graby, Claude Ebersole, Glenn Garrison, Ronald
Zimmerman, Larry Hess, Ben Bow.
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First Row: Philip Donmoyer, Tom Lyons, Ken Longenecker, Leonard
Iviclfeaters, Robert Rhine, Larry Miller, Lee Thomas. Second Row:
Adam Diebus , Manager, Carlin Rhine, John Painter, Larry Meyer,
George Shuey, Larry Tobias, James Davis, batboy. Third Row: Cur-
tis Kohr, Manager, Ned Bomgardner, Fred Seltzer, Har ry Weaver,
Lyle Ne idich, Gerald Bishop, Randy Tice, Thomas Schell, batboy.
Rear: Mr. Richard Murr, Coach.
Rowl - Nancy Richwine, Lois Shroyer, Anita Tice, Loretta Berkheimer, Lola
Mae Wert, Janice Windle. Row 2 - Molly Starr, Nancy Humphrey, Janet Hous-
ton, Joanne Moyer, Nancy Kettering, Colleen Smith, Lois Hartman, Kathy Bow-
man, Barbara Heisey. Row 3 - Claudette Hardick, Helen Jo McKlveen, Carol
Rotunda, Barbara Sheese, Helen Heisey, Manager, Carol DeViney, Manager,
Miss Jessie Rowe, Coach: Linda Luttman, Manager, Shirley Clodove o, Brenda
McCracken, Amy Wentling, Joyce Long.
Row 1 - Nancy Richwine
Carol DeViney, Loretta
Berkheimer, Paula Wamp
sher. Row Z - Nancy Hum
phrey, Anita Funk, Joan
Moyer, Audrey Kreider.
Row 3 - Linda. Luttman,
Junior Manager, Carol Ro-
tunda., Barbara Sheese,
Rachel Noll, Sophomore
Managerg Miss Jessie
Rowe, Coach, Judy Light,
Marilyn Steinmetz, Mary -
Horst, Senior Manager.
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Seated: Robert Carmany, BenjaminFirestine, Jannette Hackman, Janice Fake, Nan-
cy Richwine, Marion Graybill, Richard Eshleman. Row 2 - Nancy Kettering, Leonard
Heverling, Ellis Wolfe, Delores Balaster, Loretta Berkheimer, Jackie Gurnee, Au-
drey Landis, Darlene Meily, Janet Houston. Row 3 - Ellis Blanch, Dennis Wood,
Larry Killian, Ronald Brajkovich, Lee Thomas.
Standing: Mrs. Star r , Advi s or 3 Lois
Shroyer, Editor, Arlene Sellers, Associ-
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Shirley Hostetter, Carol DeViney.
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Father Paul E. Adair
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin P. Adams, Painting
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aftomes
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Angle
Produce and Seafood Market
Shoulder Strap Factory
Batdorf ' s Department Store
Beard's Grocery Store
Mr. C. W. Becker
Mr. C. Becker
Ben Franklin's Store
Mr. and Mrs. William Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Blouch
John Boger and Son
Bomber-ger's Flower and Gift Shoppe
The Bon Ton
Brandts Flour and Feed Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Amos S. Brandt
Miss Elizabeth Ann Brandt
H. F. Brandt Electrical Appliance Store
Miss Mary Brandt
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bordlernay
Dr. and Mrs. Warren I. Brubaker, Sr.
Dr. Warren Brubaker, Jr.
Reverend David Bucks
Car1's Barber Shop
Cialone's Grocery Store
Dr. Earl Clouser
William H. Condran
Mr. and Mrs. Rev. N. E. Dettra
Miss Miriam Ebersole
Eshelman's Beauty Shop
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Fake
Fink's Bakery Inc.
Ford Sales and Service
Compliments of a Friend
Earl Funck: Hershey and Wengert's Milk Dist
William Funck Atlantic Station
Funck's Firestone Service Station
Mrs. Verna Garrison
Rev. and Mrs. Henry George
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Gingrich
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gingrich
J. W. Gingrich's Food Market
Gray and Houser Florists
Gold Seal Ice Cream
Michael, Brenda and Edward Graybill
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gryabill
The Green Terrace Restaurant, Catering to
Private Parties and Banquets
Charles H. Grossman, Coal and Coke
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanley
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hawryluk, Jewelry
J. Heagy Electric
Dr. and Mrs. L. N. Heilman
Gene Heisey Riding Academy
Mark C. Hershey
George W. Hoshower
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kettering
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koch
Kohr's Coal Service
Kreamer Bros. Furniture
Kreamer's Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kreider
Kreider's Food Market
Mrs. Henry Krum
Lebanon Valley Offset Company Inc.
Lebanon Recreation Center
Dr. Elmer Lerner
Lily Ann Shoppe
I. M. Long, Annville Insurance Man
Walter B. Long Atlantic Service
Loy's Leather and Gift Shoppe
Manning's Auto Body Shop
Mr. and Mrs. John McClure
McClure's Paint and Wallpaper Store
Harry Meyer and Son
Micoz.zi's Hobby Shop
Millard Lime and Stone
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller
Miller's Nursery, Allen Miller, Prop.
Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick Miller
Miller's Self Service Store
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Monteith
Frank Moore's Greenhouse
Morgan's Esso Station
Majorie C. Morrison, M. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Myers
Rose Nash Beauty Shop
D. J. Parr Inc.
Nick Perlaki Service Station
Reigle's Jewelry Store
Reitz's Gulf Service Station
Rescue Fire Company
Rev. and Mrs. Harry Richwine
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sattesahn
Mr. and Mrs. George Schell
Dr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Scharadin
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sellers
A. R. Shearer Service Station
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Sheese
Shenk and Tittle
Mr. and Mrs. David Shroyer
Dr. and Mrs. J. DeWo1f Silberman
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slaybaugh and Family
Slim's Tropical Fish
Smith's and Loy
Smith's Sheet and Metal and Hardware Store
Rev. K. Otis Spessard
Mr. and Mrs. Shirk Stoner
Struphar's Food Market
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Tice Sr.
Treiber's Annville Economy Shoe Store
Wm. H. Umberger Estate
Union Emblem Company
Unger's Service Station
Waltz's Barber Shop
Riley Weber Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wenger
White's Food Market
Dr. and Mrs. William W. Wilt
Paul C. Wolfe "Be Sure -lnsure" Insurance
J. A. Yerger Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas I... Yingst
E. S. Youse Company, Salesman
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