Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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J 1 1 4 . ..,f -1 The Senior Class Of ANNVILLE-CLEGNA HIGH SCHOOL Annville, Pennsylvania Presents mm f K '-Q. fi' ii +1 Q r K f 4 . JV- 51 ,Q We I A Aw A ah 3 124 ,Q 1 ,W 1-43 Wm mga .A nf asm 232 , WX EP W' :ia In ww .M 1, W y W mga Mia F xii? HRV- ark Q 1 N E ' as aw X We Dedicat: We, the Class of 1957, proudly and respectfully dedi- cate this y e a rb o o k to Mr. Merle L. Keim, supervising principal of the Annville-Cleona S cho ols . By his faithful and unti rin g devotion to the advancement of education in our c o mmunity , he has exerted a far-reaching influence upon our lives. X i 15 f .4-...-K F QQ E.: 1 ,im M .f M , :VEYVCI 551.55 fgfl . 5 4 F 2 i l f fg- Standing: Howard A. Weaver, Merle L. Keirn, supervising principal, Thomas Gates, solicitor, Irvin G. Kreider, Weston S. Evans, E. D., Williams, David K. Shroyer, Donald Klopp, Joseph M. Kreider, Walter L. Noll, and Amos S. Brandt. These men, whom we as students seldom see, compose the Annville- Cleona Joint School Board. This board is made up of the members of the s chool boa rd s of the four districts which function jointly as the Annville-Cleona Joint School District. Without the efforts of these men, l A our educational opportunities would not be a reality. They have given much time and energy, and spent many evenings at school instead of at home, to provide the plans and facilities for the operation of our high l school. E S 2. ,T G . ,ca - -ef 7 f 52,21 fx F an ,V 3- fo ,.- . f Ki!-X 5' 1 T64 -- 2 , ' ' 'i fc- - 3" ,Z 7, -4- 5 Q Y - Y-4-412: T T it J , 1- Tl?" ' ' - Zi' "'-' l 5 , 7" M p ui-L' T ?'?'52hummw' - I M X- S 1 ri .I ?-v- ' Y 6, . Q. .. '- , Q , 'H-'Ib' A WM, I2 FAM, mlglgwu - .u -: ii" 'W ' ' '- fa ' l flllilll -4-'4 'iilnll l nl l l lii ll! 13-ll, ff.. - Flesh. W ff mi,-Mggggnaimsemnngill -.. .ks 1, ' Q. nf ' I .Q st l.-it '- -, l . my jp -' 42 535 . .mi - v gg -:7--?- 1 alfa --- ..g,, All-:i,'-J' ,I 1' :x luv ,, -I ., - , ' f ' x, X '-' Seated: Adam D.Miller, Harvey T. Borngardner, Elra A. Worcester, Mark Tice, Floyd B.Whisler, V.Earl Light,D. Clark Carmean, and H. Glenn Smith. Not pictured: M. Byrd Nye, Chester C. Stroh, and Russell Heilman. fducatian A school board of this present age must live in two worlds, the world of the present and the wo rld of the future. Our present school, with its educational program directed by carefully selected principals and teachers, is evidence of the provisions made for the present. As evidence of the vision and foresight of our board of education, we pre- sent the s ket ch below of the proposed Annville-Cleona High School. Countless hours of careful planning, revision, checking and re-checking have gone into the p r e p a r atio n of this building, which is now on the verge of becoming a reality. ff'Q hxR1V ffm XX LM' "rex C KA X - " '- ff"-S , f f NX grnb - FX GLX g --X KT XX. . cc fs- -e i 'm a -, .k c- - X X .., iq S. A' Illuduflglzllliil--+..N 'K' e TH at 2... w ' i " - J -...ll 'H ' ,' "'lll7llllllVll C-, 1 4 " V -fx:-.. A - . 'l -' ., ". " llllllII f , L- -Q " Y, ' ' "psi sf -1,5 K Lfsjm A "Xiu "' l N L or J Richard H. Gingrich High School Principal A. B., Franklin and Marshall College M. A., Columbia University Administration Merle L. Keim Supe rvi sing Principal A. B., Dickinson College Bucknell Unive r sity M. A., Columbia University George A. Gerber Geography B. S., Millersville State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University Keith H. Lebo World History, Civics A. B., Lebanon Valley College Pennsylvania State University Howard G. Moyer History B. S., West Chester State Teachers College Pennsylvania State University Eleanor Witmeyer History, Problems of Democracy A. B., Lebanon Valley College M. A., Bucknell University Pennsylvania State University SOCIAL STUDIES. Mr. Lebo, Mr. Gerber, Miss Witmeyer, Mr. Moyer acuity LANGUAGES AND LIBRARY . Miss Bossard, Miss Myers, Miss Angle Barbara J. Angle Library B. S., Millersville State Teach M. A., Cornell University Ada C. Bossard French, History A. B., Lebanon Valley College M. A., Lebanon Valley College Columbia University Mildred E. Myers Latin, English A. B., Lebanon Valley College M. A., Columbia University STS College ENGLISH: Mr. Martin, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. MUSIC AND ART: Mr. Lemon, Mr. Bugda, Mr Brubaker, Mrs. Shroyer ' Gingrich Sara B. Brubaker Peter P. Bugda English Art A. B., Lebanon Valley College Millersville State Teachers College James M. Martin English A. B., M. A., Elizabethtown College University of Wisconsin Frances Patterson English A. B., Waynesburg College Duke University Frances L. Shroyer English A. B., Lebanon Valley College B. S., Kutztown State Teachers College M. Ed., Temple University Donald Gingrich Vocal Music B. S., Lebanon Valley College William K. Lemon Instrumental Music B. S., Lebanon Valley College Qaculty Elizabeth R. Barnhart Mathematics A. B., Lebanon Valley College Henry J. Hollinger Mathematics A. B., Juniata College M. A., Columbia University Walter J. Houser Mathematics and History B. S., Millersville State Teachers College Helen E. Miller Mathematics B. S., Kutztown State Teachers College MATHEMATICS: Mr. Hollinger, Miss Miller, Mr. Houser fMrs. Barnhart not pictured, HEALTH EDUCATION. Miss Keene, Mr. Brandt, SCIENCE AND CQMMERCIAL STUDIES, My Miss Rowe Swingholm, Mrs. Light, Mrs. Krick, Mr. Snyder Harold C. Brandt Physical Education, Health B. S., Ursinus College M. S., Temple University Ruth C.. A. Keene School Nurse B. S., Lebanon Valley College R. N., University of Pennsylvania Hospital Jessie J. Rowe Physical Education, Health B. S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College Haculty Dawn E. Anthony Home Economics B. S., Pennsylvania State University Rose Marie Barry Home Economics B. S., College Misericordia Frank D. Etchberger Industrial Arts Ohio State University Millersville State Teachers College William W. Kell Industrial Arts B. S., Millersville State Teachers College Temple University HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIALARTS. Miss Anthony, Mrs. Barry, Mr. Etchberger, Mr. Kell Elaine B. Krick Physics, Chemistry B. S., Lebanon Valley College Ada U. Light Shorthand, Typing, Bookkeeping B. S., Indiana State Teachers College New York University Robert J. Snyder Driver Training, Science B. S., Pennsylvania State University Raymond J. Swingholrn Biology, Safety Education B. S., Lebanon Valley College Millersville State Teachers College Markey Mrs. Miller Secretaries Hustedians E 1 C ly L gnecker g H f sf K+: - - my ,H x . 6 Q H! K5 fr aww X' '45 L 4 LAL" gxwv- ' , ' H an k W K, gf k ,,-, ,.,f T V: ffl., ,. 'S' Q Q , A Q3 K Q 'A - 3 A vi 0' fs 5 Y. q ' ,, ' A , 1 K VQII: AI A ,..,V , N k.,,. X V ,,,.,. A ,iz , ,A,, , E W L Q 4 D 3 5 ,W Q 3 1 , , A .wg ,, W, ., " K . f,.fG 4' . A. Q ,Q ..: , I V A. . 5 5 . ,.. ,,, If H J AVIV ,L , T ,1L. , Vz, if ,L1 .,,.z,,L , -2, M .A,, L 'L .1 m , . P N di W,V, . KZZV I ,-. L:-, i .., f ,,"' M ' ""' S q .f ' 2 f ' -V ff W, 'z-T -'fi M,--wa, N f' ,, ' -- ' . ig! . g I .:,, , ,wg J, ,, "2 Glass History In Septembe r , 1951, our class began its long stay in high s chool with a. full class of 110. We elected as our' class presi- dent Lar ry Hess. We all found that Junior High is so much dif- ferent from grade school. There were also the added attractions of dances, clubs, chorus, and a long list of other extra-curricu- lars. We first try at final exams at the end year and ing event and Junio r Hi gh Jackets early ur class rep- Bowman. in basket- Our class o president. The tradi- Dance with a Bowman, Junior were the was very ing we and Our class president was The Prom given by the Juniors was a very one. After a few very busy weeks -- exams, S-L-S Night, eate, Commencement, and partie s -- we bade good-bye to dear old Annville High School. We know that wherever our future will lead us, we will remember Annville, its students, and its faculty fondly. ' ' "Our strong bands will ne'er be broken . . " LLOYD BEARE "Lloyd" iAcademic Small but mighty . . .has a string of out-of-town girls . . . likes pizza . . . fiendish smile . . . enjoys a good fight . . . good science student . . . future in the Navy Hi-Y l,2,3g Projectionist Club l,2,3. BARBARA BECKER "Barb" Commercial Statuesque blonde . . . has a contagious giggle . . . loves Italian food . . . "My Word!" . . . easy to get along with . . . usually seenwithShe1by . . . plans to be a secretary and a housewife. Senior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Drama Club lg ' ' bl Glee Club lg Chorus 2,3, County Chorus Z, Ensem e Z5 F. H. A. 3g Majorettes 3g Hockey 1. PATRICIA BELLACH "Pat" Commercial Beautiful voice . . . long brown hair . . . seen but not heard . . .enjoys music . . . has a knack for arranging flowers . '. . plans to be a secretary. Yearbook Staffg Chorus l,Z,3g Glee Club 35 Ensemble l3F. H. A. 1,Zg Library Club 1,23 County Chorus 1,2,3. LUCILLE BLAUCH "Cielley" Commercial Be autiful brown eyes . . . amiable personality . . . sports a diamond . . . "Oh Sugar!" . . . plays the ac- cordian . . . will be a good housewife. Yearbook staffg Chorus 2,35 F. H. A. l,3. CAROL BOHR "Carol" Vocational Neat wardrobe . . . always laughing . . . five feet two, eyes of blue . . . "Oh Heavens, Yes!" . . .lobster tail is tops onher menu . . . dates out-of-town fellows . . . plans to go to beauty school. Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3g F. H. A. l,Z,3g .Drama Club Z. NANCY ANN ,BORDLEMAY "Nancy" Vocational Blondhair,blue eyes . . . likes bookkeeping . . . "let's go for pizza" . . . small featured . . . easy to get along with . . . future ? time will tell. Yearbook staffg F. H. A. l,2.,3. Good things come in small packages KATHY BOWMAN "Kathy" . . . a friendto all Academic . . . cute giggle . . . full of energy . . . . .gooddancer. . .Kathy and Larry . . ical technologist. . "Oh Golly! " . future med- Class Vice-President Z5 Senior playg Junior playg Mixed Chorus l,Z,3g County Chorus l,2,3g Glee Club 2,33 Drama Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y l,2g Student Council 3g G. A. A. 2,33 Hockey 2,33 Tennis l,Z,3. HARVEY BRADLEY "Har-v" Vocational Dark wavy hair . . . never in a hurry . . . "Heavens yes!" . . .always attends sports activities . . .friend- ' ly . . . like s chili con carne . . . National Guard re- servist. DOROTHY BRIGHTBILL "Dottie" Commercial Peaches-and-cream complexion . . whiz at shorthand and typing . . natural curl . . . always giggling tary. . sweet smile . . . . dark hair with a . . . future secre- Yearbook staffg Newspaper staff 2. CAROL DEIMLER Long brown hair . . . great teaser . . . hard worker . . . good commercial student . . . loves spaghetti and pizza . . . Ken . . . future includes secretarial Work and marriage. F. H. A. Z5 Tri-Hi-Y Z. "Sis" Commercial JOSEPH CARMANY "Joe" Academic Hearty laugh . . . confirmed woman-hater . . . great punster . . . sports enthusiast . . . faithful member of the checkroom crew . . . future in the Air Force. ' Senior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Hi-Y l,2,3. ADAM DIEBUS "Sam" Academic Cool crew-cut . . . happy-go-lucky . . . a real ham . . . well-liked . . . favorite food: butterscotch Life- savers . . . "Aw, C'mon!" . . . second home: Co-ed . . . future includes college. Class Vice-President 35 Senior Class Playg Junior Clas s Playg Hi-Y 1,25 Varsity Club 33 Newspaper Staff 3g Projectionists 33 Basketball 2,33 Basketball Manager lg Baseball Manager 1,Z,3. .TAY DISSINGER "Jay" Commercial Curly hair . gy .always drivinganewFord . . . "Fooey! " . . . Pearl . . . loves pumpkin pie . . . never gets mad . . . National Guard reservist . . . future accountant. Yearbook Staffg Chorus 2. LARRY DODSON "Dots" Commercial Dark-rimmed specs . . . expert pool player . . . cad- dies at Hershey . . ."Naturally!" . . .lives on cheese- burgers . . . neat dresser . . . plans to join the Navy. Senior Class Playg Hi-Y lg Projectionists lg Varsity Club 3g Soccer l,2,3g Track Z,3. KENNETH DOURTE "Ken" Vocational Tall, good-looking . . . hot Chevvie . . . "Oh Heavens, Yes!" . . .likes sports, especially basketball . . . great spaghetti-eater . . . friendly . . . futw re state policeman. Hi-Y l,2,3g Soccer 2,35 Basketball Z3 Track 1,2,3. O BENJAMIN DOWDRICK "Ben" Vocational B lack curly hair . . . tall-tale teller . . . never in a hurry . . . "Finks, here I come!" . . . class president . . . Kathryn . . . not easily fooled. Class President l,Z,3g Hi-Y lg Safety Patrol Super- visor 1. CLAUDE EBERSOLE Tall . . . curly blond hair . . . likes hunting . . . ath- letic . . . drives his own Chevy . . . family man . . . Well-liked . . . future miller. Hi-Y .lg Varsity Club 33 Soccer 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball lg Track 1. fw, I I M, ..,,.l "Butch" Vocational RICHARD ELLIOTT "Dick" Academic Long and lanky . . . raise s rabbits for a hobby . . . beef steak tops his menu . . . "Holy Cats!" . . . will make a good farmer. JOANNE ERWIN "Joanne" Commercial B.rown hair and eyes to match . . . "Oh Dear!" . favorite food is shrimp . . . loves to roller skate popular among the vocational boys . . . future in nursing, F. H. A. lg Chorus l. CONNIE FASNACHT "Connie" Academic Long hair . . . Shook hands with Ike! . . . embroidery is her hobby . . . faithful Hershey fan . . . likes movie ' magazines . . . often seen with Colleen . . . future un- decided. F. I-I. A. 35 Booster Club 3. CAROL EVANS "Carol" Academic Baby blue eyes . . . neat wardrobe . . . quiet until you knowher . . . likes pizza. . . good French student . . . will make a wonderful nurse. Associate Editor of Yearbookg Library Club lg Drama Club lg F. H. A.1gTri-Hi-Y l,2gBandl,2,39 Chorus l, 2,35 County B and 25 County Chorus 3g Dutch Band 35 Nursing Club 3g Newspaper Staff 33 Hockey 1. KARL GINDER IlKar1ll "Let's motor!" . . . good mechanic . . . drives a souped-up Ford . . . favorite subject: girls . . . great spaghetti-eater . . . active member of the Draggin' Dutchmen. I Projectionists lg Band 1, ANITA FUNCK "Funckie" Commercial Naturally curly hair . . . dark eyes . . . even-tempered . . .well-dressed . . . "Darn it!" . . . hails from North Annville . . . dangerous in that hot Buick . . .loyal friend. Yearbook Staffg Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3g D rama Club 1,25 F. H. A. 1,2.,3g Chorus lg Basketball 2. Vocational LOIS HARTMAN "Lois" Academic Sparkling blue eyes . . . always laughing . . . "Oops!" . . . true friend . . . energy plus . . . Jack . . . future plans include marriage and a term in Brethren Volun- teer Service. Senior Clas s Playg Junior Class Playg Newspaper Staff 2,3p Band 3g Hockey 2,3. BARBARA HEISEY "Barb" Academic Dark complexion . . . beautiful teeth . . . basketball queen . . . extensive wardrobe . . . avid horse woman . . . hot rod . . . friendly to all. . . active council member . . Q. will make a good nurse. Student Council 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 G. A. A. 2,35 News- paper 2,35 Band l,2,35 Chorus 1,25 Cheerleader l,2,35 Hockey l,2,35 Basketball 3. WILLIAM HERR "Bill" Vocational Tall,dark, and handsome . . . not as quiet as he seems . . . "I say, old chap!" . . .likes to hunt . . .future in the Navy. Senior Class Playg Baseball 35 Track 3. CHARLES HERTZOG "Charlie" Vocational That flat-top . . . member of National Guard . . . al- ways in a hurry to leave homeroom . . . ready for pizza anytime . . . prankster . . . future: time will tell. .Senior Class Playg Junior Class Play5 Projectionists l,2,3g Band l,2,35 Soccer l,2,35 Baseball 35 Track 3. , LAVERNE HERTZOG "Laverne" Commercial Blue eyes . . . shy . . . good grammar student . . . plays the accordian . . . always ready for ice cream . . . future secretary. LARRY HESS "Hessie" Academic Tall . . . blond crew cut . . . good student . . . sense of humo r , . . that sarcastic tone . . . talented thes- pian . . . gift for writing essays . . . will make a good lawyer. Senior Class PlaygJunior Class Playg Student Council 1,39 Hi-Y 1,2,3g Soccer Manager Z. MELVIN HORST "Mel" Academic Easy to get along with . . . wry sense of humor . . . polite and considerate . . . studious . . . "How about that!" . . . enjoys hunting . . . makes up his own mind . . . career in medicine. ' Hi-Y 2,33 Newspaper Staff Business Manager 3. JANET HOUSTON "Janet" Academic Hails from the Water Works . . . te rrific sense of humor . . . talented violinist . . . brilliant chemistry student . . . likes books and classical music . . . en- thusiastic horsewoman . . . always on a diet . . . fu- ture psychologist. Yearbook Feature Editorg F. H. A. lg Library Club lg Drama Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Newspape r Staff 2,3g G. A. A. l,2,3gBand l,Z,39 Orchestra l,2,3g Glee Club l,Z,33 Chorus 1,Z,3g County Chorus l,2,3g District Orchestra l,2,3g All-Eastern Orchestra l,2g Basket- ballg Hockey l,2,33 State Orchestra 3. BEATRICE HUMMER "Beattie" Vocational Long hair . . . friendly smile . . . rides the bus from North Annville . . . ushers for school activities . . . always anxious for P. O. D. classes . . . future unde- cided. NANCY HUMPHREY "Nancy" Academic Short hair . . . lots of school spirit . . . athletic . . . likes to jive . . . student teacher at the grade school . . . college-bound . . . future elementary teacher. Yearbook Staffg Drama Club 1 3 Student Council 23 Tri- Hi-Y 1,25 G. A. A. l,2,33 F. T. A. 3gBand l,2,3p Hockey l,Z,3g Basketball 1,2,3. JACQUELINE KLEISER "Jackie" Vocational Small-featured . . .beautiful voice . . .Ken . . . sweet- natured . . . cute giggle . . .likes spaghetti . . . ear- ring collection . . . future plans include music and marriage. Glee Club 2,3gChorus 2,35 County Chorus 2,33 District Chorus 3. NANCY KETTERING "Nance" Academic Petite . . . studious ., . . beautiful eyelashes . . . loves pizza . . . Tim . . . very sentimental . . . extensive perfume collection. . . sympathetic . . .enjoys reading . . . future nurse. Associate Editor of Yearbookg Student Council lg Tri- Hi-Y 1,23 F. H. A. lg Library Club lg Drama Club lg Nursing Club 33Newspaper Staff 33Band l,2,33 Chorus 2,35 Orchestra 2,35 County Band 2,33 Hockey l,2. KENNETH KOCH "Koch" Vocational Brown-rimmed specs . . . always on the scene of a fight . . .likes to work around cars . . . "That don't move!" . . . grows on hamburgers . . . future unde- cided. AUDREY KREIDER "Audie" Academic Green eyes . . . faithful member of the 4-H . . . loves the Dixie'spizza . . . Kreider's "South Annville Teen- Age Center" . . . those yearbook meetings .I . . still Water runs deep . . . future nurse. Editor of Yearbookg Class Treasurer lg Senior Class Playg Tri-Hi-Y l,2,35 F. H. A. 1,2,3g Nursing Club 35 Basketball Z. RUTH ANN LIPPART "Ruth" Vocational I Blue eyes, short blondvhair . . . cute . . .usually seen with Carol and Shelby . . .vhails from Cleona . . . al- ways on the go . . . popular with the opposite sex . . . future undecided. Yearbook Staffg F. H. A.- Z,3. RONALD LIVERING "Ronnie" Commercial Love s to argue . . . friendly to all . . . sincere . . . courteous . . . good history student . . . an avid stu- dent of Lincoln . . . TV enthusiast . . . will make a good politician. L, 'ta - . LINDA LUTTMAN "Linda" Commercial Variety of hair styles . . . neat wardrobe . . . works at Davis' . . . often found at the Co-ed . . . friendly . . . faithful basketball and hockey manager . . . future telephone operator. Senior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Newspaper Staff Z9 G. A. A. l,2,33 Band l,2,3g Chorus 1,25 Hockey Manager 1,2,3g Basketball Manager l,2,3. 'f ifff. 'Pfam JAMES MARIANI llJirnl1 Tall . . . darkhair taste in clothing . with Ronnie . . . future bookkeeper Yearbook Staff. . . . loves to dance . . . shows good . . likes spaghetti . . . usually seen Commercial HELEN MATTHEW "Helen" Vocational Long red hair . . . good math student . . . frequently at the Moose . . .loves pizza . . . quiet at times . . . plans to be a telephone operator. LARRY MEYER "Meyer"' Academic Crew-cut . . .beware of the gleam in his eye . . . good athlete . . . great baseball fan . . . likes to tease . . . whiz in P. O. D. . . . swell all-around guy. Class Secretary l,2,35 Chorus 35 Hi-Y l,2,3g Varsity Club lg Projectionists lg F. T. A. 33 Soccer 1,35 Bas- ketball l,2,3g Baseball l,2,3. RONALD MILLER "Knobby" Vocational l-lusky . . . quiet . . . great soccer player . . . drives a hot '50 Ford . . . sports a flat-top . . . member of Beare, Sholly, and Sanders clan . . . future painter. Projectionists 1,3g Hi-Y Z5 Varsity Club 33 Soccer Z, 33 Track 3g Baseball 3. JOANNE MOYER "Joni" Academic Dark eyes . .- . outstanding athlete . . . perky cheer- leader . . . "Go1'die" . . .likes ice skating . . . good H seamstress . . . enjoys swimming . . . future Home Economics teacher. Yearbook Staffg Student Council Z9 Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F. H. A. lg G. A. A. l,Z,3g Drama Club lg Chorus l,Z, 33 Band l,2,3g Orche stra 1,2,33 County Chorus 35 Cheerleaders l,2,33 Hockey l,Z,3g Basketball l,Z,3. GARY SANDERS "Gary" Vocational Long sideburns . . . hot-rod . . . great interest in horses . . . drives his fa1:her's Chevy . . . modern Casanova . . . oh, those Englishand math classes . . . future in the Navy. ' Band 1,23 Hi-Y 33 Projectionists 3. SANDRA SAYLOR "Sandy" Academic Extensive wardrobe . . . wears a diamond . . . "Fred" . . . likes sports and dancing . . . good clarinetist . . . usually found with Joan . . . future: wedding bells. Class Treasurer 23 Yearbook Staffg Band 2,33 Dutch Band 3g County Band 2,39 Chorus 35 Glee Club 3. ARLINGTON SHOLLY "Artie" Vocational Unusual crew-cut . . . happy-go-lucky . tres bien . . . always teasing the girls . . . front seat on the school bus . . . liked by all . . . future in the Navy. Projectionists l,2,35 Hi-Y 33 F. T. A. 3. ROBERT SHUEY "Bob" Vocational Tall . . .goodhorseman . . .drives a Ford convertible . . . entertains on his electric guitar . . . belongs to the National Guard . . . future job in a machine shop. , Projectionists 1,35 Hi-Y 33 F. T. A. 29 Track 3. GLORIA SLAYBAUGH "Gloria" Commercial Short and sweet . . . well-dressed . . . "Oh, darn it!" . . . always ready for fun , . . often seen at the Co-ed . . . engaged . . . future includes marriage and travel. Senior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Newspaper Staff Z5 Chorus 1. WILLIAM SHUTT "Bill" Vocational Short . . . impish , . . "Why study'?" . . .loves pizza pie . . . stamp collector . . . "If you say so!" . . . member of National Guard . . . enjoys cooking . . . future includes trade school. Projectionists 1,Z,3. COLLEEN SMITH "Colleen" Academic Beautiful brown eyes . . .has great artistic ability . . . tops in Home Ec . . . always writing letters to Rich . . . has her own car . . . sweet disposition . . . plans to enter college in the fall. Class treasurer 3g Junior Class Playg F. H. A. l,2,3g F. T. A. 2,33 Booster Club 39 Hockey 1,2,3. SHELBY SMITH "Shelby" Commercial ' Short . . . Italian hair-cut . . . popular actress . . . heard before she's seen . . . known for her laugh . . . "Emily" in the class play . . . easy to get along with. MARIAN STARR "Molly" Academic Beautiful blond hair . . . talented actress . . . that Nash . . . active cheerleader . . . keen sense of humor . . . usually seen with Janet . . . will attend college. Senior Class Playglfunior Class Playg Student Council 2,35 F. H. A.lgT1'i-Hi-Ylg Drama Club lg G. A. A. 1, 2,33 Library Club lg Newspaper Staff 2,35 Chorus l,2, 35 Band l,2,3g O rche stra lg Glee Club 1,25 County Chorus l,2,3g Basketball 13 Hockey 1,25 Cheerleader l,2,3. LUCILLE TRIEST "Lucille" Commercial Tall. . .always smiling . . .kind-hearted . ., . "Do you want my paper?" . . . always ready for shrimp or pizza . . .efficient typist . . .Pat Boone fan . . . future secretary. F. H. A. 1,2,33G1ee Club 35 Chorus 33 Yearbook Staff. RICHARD TURNER "Dick" Academic Quiet . . . keen mind . . . that red motor scooter . . . allergic to school bus drivers . .- . class poet . . . car- toonist . . . dry sense of humor . . . great guy . . future in the Navy. Hi-Y 2,3. EARLENE TROUTMAN "Lene" Commercial Tall. . . brown eyes . . . always talking . . .loves ltalian food . . . happy-go-lucky girl . . . great fan of Tommy Sands . . aenjoys ice-skating . . . terrific cook . . . future indefinite. Yearbook Staffg F. H. A. l,2,3. ELAINE UMBERGER "Ummy" Vocational Cle ar complexion . . . infectious giggle . . . thrives on fried chicken . . . understanding . . . "Pat" . . . works at the five-and-dime . . . future beautician, then marriage. Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Library Club 15 F. H. A. 1,Z,33 Hockey EDWARD UNGER "Eddie" Academic "That's nice!" . . .enjoys outdoor sports . . . at home on the dance floor . . . has his own Pontiac . . . Unger and Diebus Spying Agency . . . popular with the women . . . future includes college and teaching. Senior Class Play3Junior Class Playg Yearbook Staffg Projectionists1,Z,3gNewspaper Staff 3g Student Coun- cil lg Chorus 132,35 Band 1,23 Ensemble l,Zg County Chorus 1,33 Basketball 1,23 Track 3. ANNA WALTERS "Anna" Academic Beautiful dark eyes . . . reliable baby-sitter . . . "A fri e nd in ne ed is a friend indeed" . . . has lots of common sense . . . will be a good nurse. Yearbook StaffgSenior Class Playg Junior Class Playg Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3g D rama Club l,2,3g Library Club lg F. H. A. 1gNewspaper Staff 35 Future Nursing Club 33 Hockey 1,2,3. CHARLES WEABER "Charlie" Commercial Long side -burns . . . dark eyes . . . friendly and quiet . . . teases the girls . . .likes Bar-B-Ques . . . en- joys noon-time ball games . . . long hike after track practice . . . future in the Air Force. ' Soccer 35 Track 3. MARY WERNI "Weezie" ' Academic Short hair . . . always teasing . . . packs a powerful punch . . . could do without chemistry . . . good sense of humor . . . faithful bus rider . . . future nurse. F. H. A. 2,35 Library Club 29 Drama Club Z. ROBERT WILSON "Bob" Academic Tall, athletic . . . knoyvs his science . . . even-ternp- ered . . . Carol. . . good sport . . . always telling jokes . . . often found in the college library . . . plans to go to college. Hi-Y 3g Varsity Club 15 Projectionists 2,35 Basket- ball 2,3g Track l,2.,3. .V E 1 L KENNETH YORTY Ken Academic Popular . . .easy-going has an unusual laugh great asset to the Stud ent Council has a Weak ness for blondes . . .industrious presides at senior high assemblies Yearbook Business Manager, Junior Class Play Stu dent Council l,Z,3gHi-Y 1 Projectiomsts 1 Band 1 2 Chorus 1,Z,33 Glee Club 1 Z 3 County Chorus l 2 3 District Chorus 33 Basketball Manager Z 1,1 w pg, Q, gg., W gg ,i 'Wish , t.,flf-ww X Q Q sweii . Z as ,- ig lgsuafiy w 9 ei ' 1 Q gs 1-. E f Q 4 aff , 2, .W if -21 r,. is J 7 sig' Y Airs Q I Q55 -, X. .- ,aa 4 ,IJ ff' K TV 4 C' JE-s!'1W56'i? - W .. .mas , .ix gf, L, . R 11533 'ks S flggwf 1 1 5 g ak 4. 5 f 'wal H f wwys 1 nfl. 355, ' 7 A-egg 5125 ' gr, M91 3, " em. Will We, the class of 1957, being of unquestion- ably sound rnind do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. We here, individually and collectively,d0 bequeath the following items Which, in our life at A. H. S., have become very dear to us and which we leave behind with deep regrets. May our heirs treat their legacies with tender respect: 1. Lloyd Beare on the ac- celerator to Ken 2. Barbara jorette to Carol 3. Pat B e Donald Sandy 5 Carol B rose 6 keeping to Light troubl hair to 10. check ll C her b the 33. Nancy Humphr ey' s initials to Nancy Honafius 34. Nancy Ke tt e ring' s battered copy of "Rienzi" to John Weaber ' 35. Jackie Kleiser's love of singing to Pat Smith ' , 36. Ken Koch's"Slipping Six" to Henry Emrich ' Y 37. Audrey Kreider's 4-H club work to her sister Linda boys to Mary haircuts to for a senior to his hair to Clau- tion on the baseball b1L.lO1'1 OI1 IHC SOCCC1' athletic ability to Carol privilege of riding the Carole V s' high standing in the Ernest Miller s Joke book to Ronald car forthe '57-58 school Landis Sparks can't s' Curt K ens to has tim 20. Rachel Noll 21 . Priscilla 22. Anita Hostetter 23. Karl Oliver 24. Lois one whose boy in the South 25. Barbara Long 26. Bill Herr's po sition on the baseball team to Ronald McFeaters 27. Charles Hertzog's reliable "Old Smoky" to Lloyd Blauch ' 28. Laverne Hertzog's love for shorthand to Lois Weik 29. Larry Hess' part as Father in all class plays to Bob Bollinger 30. Melvin Horst's motorcycle to Ken Light 3l. Janet Houston's love of horses to Andy Kreider ability to Linda 32. Beatrice' Hummer's weakness for con- vertible rides to Judie Hicks height to Ed Lippart s diamond to Barbara che ck book to next weakness for jiving to for the stage to Jo for typing the grocery to Leroy home ec. with the oppo- Anna clientele to Marilyn Duffy 61. Charles Weaber's ability in the shot put to Ted Books 62, Mary Werni's chemistry notes to Bar- bara Rice ' 63. Robert Wilson's ability to throw the dis- cus to Harry Frederick 64. Ken Yorty'slove for cars to Tom Brandt 4 As executors of this last will and testament we appoint our class advisers, Mr.Hollinger and Mrs. Patterson. CLASS OF '57 MOST ATTRACTIVE Kathy and Claude MOST COURTEOUS Carol and Ronald BEST ATHLETES Joan and Bob Senior BEST DRESSED Carol and Larry MOST STUDIOUS Nancy and Melvln BEST ACTORS Moll a d y n Larry SHYEST Laverne and Dick Supcrlaiivcs CONTRIBUTED ' MOST TO A. H. S Joanne and Ken i' LJ BEST PERSONALITY Kathy and Larry W W CLASS CLOWNS Shelby and Arlington wif' Kathy and Ken BEST DANCERS Carol and Eddie MOST POPULAR Senior Supvrlatives MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Janet and Larry SCHOOL SPIRITE Joanne and Ken MOST D M i principal until December of our senior year. Our I-larrisbufg Crip Senior P roblems of Democracy classes visited our state capital, accompaniedlby Miss Witmeyer and Mrs. Light of the faculty. Mr. John C. Dunlap, our high school IOFOQPGWI. Prchxdef-Tmnmpet Voluntary . . . rfmaz, aff, by zzifmmwl Mm Muama sum. rlmmw 4fHg,m-famx mn mc Power oi awe Nlnmc . . . No. mf-4 'binvnwaxiixxx smpnm Mxncm-Yv,,anx I50 . . , . mmm MDZCA fhcmu llmvfd 5 Glmavich. Din-lm Scrmmm--Buluch 'mn mmf 'mnmauufux-Hmlm 71 'mp an-mwowuum A. ww Se . mmm Evmlclxcax umm mlm.. cr,-mx. U1 O 1' V S S P e 1- Se rvi C e WW Sunday Ma Z ' Y 6, 1 9 5 7 fHyum.45mx of Our mmm , NU. sm Re D V- r W' - - 1111 am A - 'nl-ncamm ' Wllta Mlniste I- m aww-W . fmmm vmvucc ! xx- V 1 fn ,umm xf.m,f-H mv mmm mg. R Exerdses encement Annual Comm , 1957 Wednesday, May 29 M F! Mccgareyi Speaker Dr, Dona " 'N ANNVILLE- CLEONA HIGH SC HOOL 011101 Q11 C2111 917. f H0 grain Pmresi lo nzslxlkxnzp and c luvmalvun. , . ircumstancc . , , ,var Commencement Bm-4 wmiam Lemon, Dnefmr , Tu: Ruvbnwv Hmmv 0. Vlmvue Yzulm S010-Polish Dimtt , . AN EDUCATED PEOP 1: . . , Ednumrf hum mc! I.. Hannon LE MOVES FREEDOM FORWARD Xnd thu Trulh Shall Mak: You Fr! e Nwcx' A kurmv I-dumtinvvl: Hopefor1heFu1un:. . , ,W, LAWMNI1 Hnx xvlmmm rlmwm, Ye Peoples' , .xubvlfm-1 H f Awww. our Hcmqgc mln M1-cd crzwmx nwm Gzngmn. nfffm Min Mlhlrzvl MVCIS. .hvmwmrml lzmuomnmn of spmnff Ilvnw1cz1c1'mc'nI Addrcfl Prewuxmslloll N A Wards Pfwndum. nf nlpfo,-ws Rccsssinnzllw Fnrnnmin rv March " from the D Kan! X M limxxvu R DQNALIJ E, WCC' mx x Pmmmr of Fauna: un Pcnrmhn f f nm 'mm Un NIERLI I .mf 1 ,kim SA.-V pmmnp Pu DAHD K SHR mp , on n Hom nf www Dimmer Pmphw ,uf-wr. mv Senior Zlass Officers Preeident . . . . . .Benjamin Dowdrick Secretary . . . . . . Larry Meyer Vice-President . . . . . . Adam Diebus Treasurer . . . Colleen Smith fi afar W iv E Dean Arndt Louis Bensinger Anna Blauch Lana Blauch Larry Blauch Victor Bojko Robert Bollinger Mary Bordlemay Ben Bow Glenn Bowman Jean Bowman Glenn Brandt Thomas Brandt Margie Brough Barry Bucks Shirley Clodoveo Marilyn Duffy Joan Dupler Ralph Earp Robert Ebersole juuiar Henry Emerich Evelyn Engle Miriam Engle Priscilla Fasnacht Marian Ehrnfield Dorothy Fernsler Pat Forwood Harry Fredrick Geraldine Funk Arlene Graby Ruth Graff Claudette Hardick Roy Harman Helen Heisey Lucille Heisey Kenneth Herr Miriam Hilton Dennis Hostetter Joan Kepley John Killinger Alice Knapp Curtis Kohr 6fl15'S LM , Doris Lash Leroy Leach Leroy Lehman Jay Light Judith Light Kenneth Light Joyce Long Larry Manning Brenda McCracken Helen McK1veen Janice Meyer Carolyn Morris Judy Myers Elvin Nagle Rachael Noll Melvin Oliver Carlin Rhine Doris Rhoads Barbara Rice Carol Rotunda Nancy Schwenk Carl Sellers John Seyfert Barbara Sheese Ronald Shirk Betty Shuey George Shuey Shirley Slagel Barbara Smith Robert Sparks Sevenna Staeger Jack Sudbury Mary Sweigert Larry Tobias Joanne Weber Lois Weik Ray Wenger Amy Wentling Joan Witrner Elaine Wert Mark Wolfe Robert Yorty George Young Ardelle Barry Sandra Beach Kenneth Beare Larry Beck Virginia Becker Ronald Behrens Nancy Berkheimer Marie Berry Robert Biemesderfer Carole Bixler Linda Blatt Ronald Blauch Samuel Blanch Robert Boeshore Edna Bollinger Ray Bollinger Ned Bomgardner Raymond Bomgardner Theodore Books Gerald Bowman John Bowman Roger Bowman Raye Jean Brady Russel Brandt Bonita Brosey Virginia Clark Janet Crider James Davis Barbara Diamond Ruth Dowdrick Franklin Engle Bonita Euston Charles Fackler Roger Felty Winona Felty Edward Fiebig Joyce Fields Fred Foltz Geraldine Freeman Richard Funck Judith Funk Doris Gibson Marvin Gipe Larry Graby - Robert Gray Marilyn Harding Carol Heagy Harold Heisey Arlene Herr Larry Herr Nancy Herr Ronald Herr Stanley Herr Lawrence Heverling Yvonne Heverling Judy Hicks Clarence Hitz Nancy Honafius Eugene Hostetter Brenda Kless Saphamarc 611155 Not pictured: Catherine Bradley Melvin Lesher Edith Matthew Linda Rice David Riegert Samuel Salem Patricia Scharidan Priscilla Scharidan Dennis Schell Jean Schieber Fred Selzter Leetta Shanaman Gwen Sheffy Ralph Sheffy Carl Smith Curtis Smith George Snavely Gale Snyder Gay Snyder James Speece James Stanley Jack Strohm Pat Tice William Unger John Weaber Harry Weaver Barbara Werni Jack Wilds Connie Winters Nancy Wolfe George Rhen Joanne Zern Judy Zimmerman Judy Kleiser Gerald Kline Rachel Kline Larry Kling Ronald Koch Ann Krebs Linda Kreider John Landis Margaret Lash David Lasher Patricia Lebo Leroy Legay Vesta Lehman Robert Lentz Edward Lippart Kenneth Long Edward Lyons John Mariani Betty Markley Carol Miller Lee Miller Bruce Moyer Joanne Moyer Judy Morrison Ann Nagle Lyle Neidich Larry Patrick Basil Patterson Landin Pearce Judy Poorman Elinor Allwein Ruth Allwein Patricia Barnberger William Baum Robert Bechtold Ronald Bender Paula Benz Mary Blatt Lloyd Blauch Lynn Blauch Norene Blauch Clyde Borngardner Claude Bowman Robert Clentirnack Robert Creter John Davis Elizabeth Diebus Barry Dishong Linda Dreher Jean Dupler Kenneth Ebersole David Fake Donald Fake Joan Fasnacht Glenn Felty Jayne Fernsler Alice Forney Ronald Fortna Qrcshmau Virginia Furman Gail Gingrich Beverly Granger Edwin Graff David Hartman Peter Hawryluk Carole Heeter Kenneth Herr Lorraine Herr James Hertzog Robert Hitz Harold Hoffer Richard Hoover Joy Hostetter Richard,Houser Donald Hower James Huey Sandra Hummer Andrew Kreider Donna Kreider Harvey Kreider Jay Kreider Lowell Kreider Mary Kreider Marilyn Krum James Lehman Bonita Light Jane Light 511155 Sandra Shaak Neil Shirk Franklin Shuey Joan Shuey Thomas Shuey Sandra Shutt Patricia Smith Larry Snoke Carole Speck Kay Spotts Ronald Stamm Kent Steinmetz Bonnie Stober Richard Stober Larry Stoner Clair Stouffer Carroll Stroh Ronald Strohm Judy Tanno Maxine Tice Helen Tshudy Sandra Ulrich Galen Weaber Ruth Weaber Ronald Wert Carrie Westhafer James Wilson Virginia Windle Ronald Young Not pictured: Frank Long Janet Roth Douglas Wile Barbara Longo Glenn Maulfair Edward Maurer Joyce McCoy Ronald McFeaters Donna McGuire Linda Mease Jeffrey Meck Sandra Meyer James Miller Sylvia Miller Betty Minnich Barbara Moore Lester Morris Sharon Nardini Ruthmary Pearce Warren Peters Larry Rhine Donald Rhoads Sandra Rhoads Lois Rice William Rohland Douglas Royer Donna Sanders Fred Sattazahn Thomas Schell Marlin Sellers William Seyfert Christine Alonzo Kenneth Anspach Joan Arndt Ammon Balaster Gladys Bamberger Theodore Basehore Peggy Bates Priscilla Baum Katherine Beare Charles Behrens Barbara Bender Diane Berkheimer Marie Bickleman Nancy Bickleman Kenneth Binkley Donald Blauch Robert Blauch Ann Bow Ann Bowman Dennis Bowman Linda Bowman Harry Brown Carl Engle Robert Enck Winifred Elliot Dale Eberly Dorothy Dupler James Deimler Wayne Dehart Dennis Corcoran Ezra Buckmoyer Barbara Bryce Eighth Robert Engle Ronald Ensminger Lois Erwin Barry Etzweiler' Elsie Fackler Larry Felty Jay Fisher Dorothy Fortna Carol Fraser Nancy Furhman Richard Fuhrman Ray Funck Bruce Funk Francis George William Gingrich Judy Gochenaur Ronald Goss Elwood Graby James Granger Dale Hains Marie Harkins Marian Harman Carol Hartman Dianne Heagy Eleanor Heagy Alma Jean Heilman Kenneth Heilman Ruth Hein - Clyde Herr Sandra Hoffer James Honafius Pat Hostetter Gertrude Howard Barbara lmboden Thelma Kern Martha Killian Jean Kinney James Kline Mary Kline Donna Klopp Grade Robert Naurnan John Reich Linda Riegert Dennis Royer Leonard Savidge Agneta Saylor Carole Saylor Klaus Schmolke Karen Seidel Kenneth Seward Virginia Sheffy Jerry Shenk Irvin Shifflet Jerry Shipp Larry Shipp Kenneth Smith Patricia Smith Alvin Snyder Joel Schneider Jerry Stoner Kenneth Stover Martin Stover Brenda Strohm Jack Sutcliffe Lorna Schwenk William Swope Corinne Swope Linda Tice Linda Tittle Beulah Tobias Virgie Tschudy Stanley Walte rmeyer Albert Washington Gladys Weik Ruth Wentling Leonard Werni Gerald Worcester Kathleen Yorty William Young Janet Zern Not pictured: Barbara Long Harry Krause Sue Ann Kreamer Edward Krebs Gary Kreider John Kreiser Judy Kreiser Dennis Long Fay Long James Long Larry Long Ruth Long Robert Ludwig Shirley Lumphin Jeanne Lutz Janet Mark Jean Matthews Larry McKlveen Bruce Meyer Lyle Meyer Ernest Miller Harriet Miller Janet Miller Judy Miller Larry Miller Melvin Minnich Cordell Morgan Harold Morgan Marilyn Morris Daniel Moyer Donald Nagle George Nagle Ronald Nagle Gary Balmer Sandra Baum Barbara Beck Terry Binkley Betty Blocher Carol Bowman Marilyn Bowman Linda Boyd Judy Boyer Joyce Bradley Carolyn Brandt Kenneth Brandt Sylvia Brown Richard Bucks Trudy Bullock Sandra Clentimack Kathleen Cramer Patrick Dawson Michael Dechert Robert Dissinger Carol Donmoyer Carol Dourte Nancy Dowdrick Edward Duffy Melvin Elliot George Engle Alan Evans Frank Fasnacht Christine Fedder Tony Felczak Kerry Felty Richard Fiebig Sewuth Suzanne Fisher Janet Forney Judith Fortna Betty Fox George Fox Joseph Fox Carol Gingrich Mary Gingrich Judy Gipe Richard Graby Ann Hains Georgette Hardick Ellis Harding David Heagy Elaine Herr Shirley Herr Larry Hicksenheiser George Holtz Barry Hostetter Nancy Hostetter Robert Hostetter Alfred Howard Kerry Keller Warren Ke rn Shirley Keyton Shirley Ke rby Kenneth Kline Delphine Knapp Gerald Krause Dale Kreider Doris Kreider Robert Kreider Thomas Kreider Marilyn Kutz Randall Landis John Lasek Robert Leach James Lesher Grade Harvey Smith Kenneth Smith Nancy Smith N ancy Snavely Judy Snyder Robert Snyde r Michael Spe ck Sandra Spotts Ginger Stager William Stamm Jerry Stanley Karl Steinmetz Charon Stouffer Robert Tarbet Robert Teets Dean Tice Gwen Tice Judy Tittle Wilson Trayer Joseph Uhler Mary Unger William Waltman Evelyn Warnpler Karen Wamsher Stanley Weaber Nelson Weaver Pamela Weaver Ethel Weik Kathryn Weisberg Henry Weitz Rosalie Windle Larry Witmer Gary Wolfe Curtis Wood Glenn Worcester Frank Yeager Charles Yeagley Mark Yeagley Alice Yost Not Pictured: Robert Herr Carolyn Howlett Karen Light Charles Liles Audrey Long Delbert Long Linda Long Ronald Long Elaine Longo George Loose Rosalie Magni Thomas McCracken Donald Meily Charles Meyer Linda Meyer Nadine Morris Robert Morris Jane Myers Barbara Nauman Ellis Neidich Francis Peiffer Thomas Perlaki Barbara Reed Patricia Richardson David Rogers Elaine Salem Frances Sattazahn Frank Schaffner Karen Schell Betty Shenk Carol Shuey Ruth Shuey Elizabeth Schultz Bonnie Smith 5:1 ,,.,.- izif, X lioyuuu-I "-vfu:,D: P . t President , i2xjTgeC1-etarY, Brenda KlZ?J51ieS1dent,Jugigfient, Patricia Scha A JUNXOBE' nt Ray Wengiahy Bxauch- IU Treasurer JudOrEaH:Sec1-efary Edln: Pfam 3 - 611155 O iccrs ' Y ' mda Mccracken, ,,,,1 FRESHMEN: President, Andrew Kreiderg Vice- President, William Rohl andy Secretary, Jean Dup1er3Treasurer, Lois Rice. Balagteli 'denh Ammon retary, ViCe,p ,GRADE: PI- - ADB: Pres1 .1 an: SQC resid esldent R yagmcrxfijffvegig-f'ient, KenQex23e1E'feanor Heagv. Long: Treasjfa RJCLebrertg'Ie1'rg gecZ'2ZiyM1rr1s, ViCe' ' Trea ' TY ta 1 2 illda .. , Ann Kfearner' , . - 1 f,,- n ey- +1 llcarboak Staff EDITOR -in-Chief Audrey Kreider Associate Editors Advis Carol Evans Nancy Kettering Janet Houston Lucille Blauch Lucille Triest or Mr. Martin Scniar High Student 6ou11cil OFFICERS: President, Kenneth Yortyg First Vice-President, Carlin Rhineg Se cond Vice- President, Ge rald Bowmang Secretary, Molly Starry Treasurer, Kathy Bowmang Adviser, Miss Witmeyer. S E N I O R F H A .VV I Mllfl eo' 0, if 7 fmv I i !' nun "yy-z Z A - F Qi! Ou 'H H xc' 1,0 ov Nfw V4 OFFICERS: President: Lucille Triestg Vice President: Colleen Smith: Secretary Audrey Kreiderg Treasurer: Sevenna Staegerg Historian: Mary Wernig Chaplain Miriam Engle: Advisor: Miss Anthony OFFICERS: President: Elaine Wert: Vice Pre sident: Joan Kepleyg Secretary: Kathy Bowman: Treasurer: Claudette Hardickg Advisor: Miss Angle agar lb Kyra ,-if ,RN QW 'R R A M A C L U B N E W S P A P E R S T A A F Co-Editors: Molly Starr, Barbara Heiseyg Melvin Horst: Business Managerg Ad- F visor: Mrs. Krick 12 l' .I 'ff 'im f i N -5 P - u ff 2 1 xr '4 OFFICERS: President: Claudette HardickgVice President: Paula Benzg Secretary Virginia Windleg Treasurer: Carole Speckg Advisor: Miss Angle L I B R A R Y C L U B S E N I O R H I Y OFFICERS: President, Larry Hess, Vice President, Larry Meyerg Sec- retary, Geo rge Youngg Treasurer, Ralph Earpg Chaplain, Mark Wolf Advisor: Mr. Gerber OFFICERS: President, Adam Diebusg Vice President, Robert Wilsong -2 Secretary, Carlin Rhineg Treasurer, Larry Dodson. Advisor: Mr. Brandt V A R S I T Y C L U B G OFFICERS: President, Nancy Humphreyg Vice-President, Molly ,- 11" Starrg Secretary,.Tanet Houstong Treasurer, Barbara Heiseyg Ad- " X KY ' viser, Miss Rowe. - 'X sa Qu" M 6 A-'Wu V - I ' W -.S Ti OFFICERS: Pre s1dent, Anna Waltersg Vlce-Presldent, Helen X ? K Heiseyg S e c 1' e t a ry , Carol Rotundag Treasurer, Barbara Riceg Q Chaplain, Barbara Sheeseg Reporter, Helen Jo McKlveeng Advistr, X' Miss Miner. B-' ff Y SAFETY PATROL OFFICERS: Patrol Supervisors, Kenneth Beare and Robert Yortyg Pa trol'l.apta1n, James Elertzogg AHVISCT, Mr. bwmgholm. ' PROJ ECTION ISTS OFFICERS: President, Robert Wilsong Vice-President, .Tack Strohrng S e c r et a ry , Franklin E n gleg Treasurer, Lloyd Beareg Adviser, Mr. Snyder. l v K v---magnum Numa ,--F M-run:--V17 ,mnuuamuunm , ,mx,, , ,, Y FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA R OFFICERS: President, Larry Meyerg Vice-President, Helen Heiseyg Se c reta ry , Brenda McCrackeng Treasurer, Judy Poormang Adviser, Mr Kell ' ' JUNIOR HLY OFFICERS: President, Larry Stonerg Vice -President, Donald Blauchg Secretary, Edward Krebsg Treasurer, Lowell Kreiderg Chaplain, Douglas Royerg Adviser, Mr. Houser. S N 0 W B A L L K I N O G F A H N E D A Q R U T E s E N Our J-lmrts Were lfaung ,And Gay Emily ..... Cornelia . . . Dick ..... Leo . . . , . . Mr. Skinner . Mrs. Skinner Harriet .... Winifred . . . Mme. Elise . Steward . . . Stewardess . Admiral . . . Inspector . . Therese . . . De La Croix Purser .... CAST . . Shelby Smith . . Molly Starr . . . 'Ed Unger . . Adam Diebus . . . Larry Hess . .Anna Walters Gloria Slaybaugh . Kathy Bowman Barbara Becker Charles Hertzog Audrey Kreider . Larry Dodson . Linda Lnttrnan . Lois Hartman Joseph Carmany . .William Herr m l Mr. Donald Gingrich G L E E C L U B Mildred Myers, Ccornparnst S E N I O R C H G R U S L w SENIOR MAJORETTES MK - 1- - , O R C H E S T R A I 1 B 3 R R A s s C H O I R D A N C E B A N D D U T C H B A N D OFFICERS: Sandra Meyer, president, Jean Kinney, vice -president, Pat Smith, sec retaryg Kay Spotts, treasurerg Lois Rice, chaplain. J U NC IH Oo RR HU ls G H N OB RA OFFICERS: P r e sid e nt , Paula B e n zg Vice-President, Judy Snyderg Secretary, Donna McGuireg Treasurer, Bonita Stoberg Parliamentarian, Rosalie Windleg Adviser, Mrs. Barry. , W,-,,, ,A 5 ML, f W., ,f v Ni flaw ,jg 1 Wwsk fi F s . xsfg, Q' I 1' 'HX V J U . N D junior High Student Hauucil OFFICERS: President, David H a r t m an g Vice -President, Sandra Meyerg Secretary, Corinne Swopeg Treasurer, Larry Stonerg Adviser, Mr. Lebo. 4 7' eve 9' W y A. v2'f..,. 1 , 32 V5 V V 4 .. .. , ,, M. ,M ,?'f'?fi-W" is Q 4 eff Q Q 'A , f. ,wx ww- U "' ' ,, ..... , , . . . ,gm ..,. 1 ,333 sw 1 , I , gijii, L N1 ,J 1' , VW ., ,Mx gm' JL: V: in iw '31 My , ,, 9 I ,ji V, 2' , , ,,,+,+1i5 ,, f .Mfr I . ,, - ,, , ., A w,.,l3,w, 4 , 3v ' ,Wu V . Front rowz' Meyer, Manning, Earp, Lyons, Rhine. Back Row: Speece, manager, Bollinger, manager, Wilson, Diebus, Mr. Brandt, coach. fNot pictured: Sparks, Varsity Haskefball VARSIT Y CHEERLEADERS SEASON'S SCORES A.H.S. OPP 49 Front: Heisey, Starr. Center: McCracken, Moyer,McKlveen. Back: Rice. Elizabethtown Highspire W. Reading Middletown Hummelstown Milton He rshey Myerstown Patton Alumni S. Lebanon Patton Elco N. Lebanon Palmyra Cornwall Myerstown S. Lebanon Elco N. Lebanon Palmyra Cornwall Front Row: We ave r , Bowman, C. Smith, Seltzer, Davis, Moyer. Second Row: Mr Brandt coach, Bomgardner, K. Smith, Landis, Snavely, Behrens, Foltz, manager, Herr, manager juuiar Varsity Haskefball SEASON'S SCORES A.H.S. Opp. 33 Elizabethtown 40 38 Highspire 47 35 West Reading 57 45 Middletown 53 26 Hummelstown 34 35 Milton Hershey 43 40 Myerstown 30 38 Patton 25 57 South Lebanon 40 35 Patton 38 32 East Lebanon 40 50 North Lebanon 46 19 Palmyra 47 40 Cornwall 36 38 Mye rstown 40 48 South Lebanon 38 46 East Lebanon 42 47 North Lebanon 52 49 Palmyra 66 Z9 Cornwall 47 JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Tice, Markley, Poorman Meck, manager, Duffy, J. Wo rce ste r , Moyer, Eberly, Davis, J. Kreider, Bomgardner, Mc- Fe ate r s , Mr. Bugda, coa ch, Stroh, A. Kreider, Hartman, Fortna, Heilman, Morgan, Hains, Krebs, manager. Front: Morris, McCracken, Behrens, G. Worcester. yuuiar High l5'ask elim!! Lebanon County Junior High Champions For the third consecutive year Annville's Junior High Team was undefeated in league play. This year's team was a smooth-playing, hard-fighting, well-balanced squad which Coach Bugda characterized as "a coach's ide al team." They have reflected credit on our school for their sportsmanship and sparkling play. JR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS Stouffer, Alonzo, Moore, Dreher, Miller, Kreider. Center: Stoner. 'S SEASONS SCORES 4-Q A.H.S. Opp 50 Henry Houck 44 40 Hershey 46 41 Harding Z9 41 Hershey 55 51 Harding 67 35 Palmyra 33 40 North Lebanon 19 50 Myerstown 15 49 Cornwall Z7 49 South Lebanon 17 28 Palmyra ze 48 North Lebanon 25 38 Myerstown 11 eo Cornwall Z1 69 South Lebanon 29 Berkheimer, Meyer, Windle, Krebs, Schieber, Sheese, H. Heisey, Honafius, Light, Rotunda, B Heisey, Moyer, Humphrey, Euston, Clark, Beach, Wolfe, Staeger, Wentling, Benz, Gingrich Back: Luttman, manager, Miss Rowe, coach, Noll, manager, Sheffey, manager. Girls ' Kaskclball SEASON'S SCORES A.H.S. Opp. 28 South Lebanon 39 19 Myerstown 43 32 East Lebanon 49 Z3 Alumni 50 50 Cornwall 64 48 North Lebanon 36 57 South Lebanon 34 40 Myerstown 69 57 East Lebanon 61 29 Faculty 40 37 Cornwall 48 42 North Lebanon 52 Heisey and Moyer reach for the tap ' Front Row: Dourte, Hertzog,Dodson, Weaber, Meyer, Bowman. Second Row: Mr. Moyer, coach, Hawryluk, Meck, Houser, Stoner, Weaver, Wilds, Schell. Third Row: Seltzer, Hartman, Moyer,N. Bomgardner, C. Bomgardner, Miller, Stober. Back Row: Beck, Davis, Blauch, Sparks, Manning, Rhine, Fortna, Maurer. Soccer Front Row: Rhine, Hartman,Moyer, Manning, Tobias, W. Herr, Selt zer, N. Bomgardner, Meyer, Bowman. Back Row: Lehman, mgr., J. Davis, rngr., Stouffer, Kreide r, C. Bomgardner, McFeate1's, Neidigh, Fe Leach, Houser, Stamm, mgr., Mr. Houser, coach. Q 'N o Kascball Ity, I ': N "New 'J XI ".XL i, Ay-S xi O G' Q J' . - lf , i Front Row: Rhine Wen er Di b W'l , g , e us, 1 son, Earp, Lyons, Frederick, Dodson, Dourte, Unger, and Meyer. Second Row: Speece, mgr., Moyer, mgr., Hawryluk, LeGay, Salem, Landis Shuey I I Lehman, We ab e r , Stroh, G. Young, Stanley, mgr., Mr. Gerber, coach. Back Row: Graby, Peters, He r r , Steinmetz, Hoover, Books, J. Miller, Fortna, Hertzog, R. Miller, R. Young, Stoner, J. Wilson, and Ebersole. Crack SEASON'S RECORD Lyons, Dourte, Rhine, and Earp admire the trophy which they won in the Special 880 Relay at the News Relay Carnival. Dual Meet, Palmyra ......... Lost Dual Meet, Northern Lebanon. . . Won Dual Meet, East Lebanon. . . . . Won Dual Meet, Cornwall ............. Won Triangular Meet, Hershey and Steelton Lost Dual Meet, Patton .............. Won County Meet . . . . Third 'El Hockey Front Row: Clark, Rice, Light, Bowman, Walters, Houston, Moyer, Hartman, Humphrey, B.I-Ieisey, Smith, Staeger, Rotunda, Wentling. Back Row: 'Morri- son, mgr.,H. Heisey, Kepley, Schwenk, McKlveen, Duffy, Sheese, McCracken, Fields, Blauch, Witrner, Luttrnan, mgr., Miss Rowe, coach. Tennis Kneeling: Rotunda, Sheese, Bowman, Duffy, Myers. Standing: Wolfe, Beach, Honafius, mgr., Miss Rowe, coach, Clark, Markley, Moore. ,.-Q, A Festive Occasion SENIOR ROYALTY Kathy and Ken Two Junior High School Highlights County Champions in Action frightj Queen Sandy and King Dave Qleftj Ilooroook Patrons The Class of 1957 extends our special thanks to the following indi- viduals and businesses for their generous financial support which has made this yearbook possible: Rev. Paul E. Adair Ad-Mor Stores Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aftosmes Raymond J. Albert William Allwein Annville Car Exchange Annville Economy Shoe Store Annville Products Co. Annville Sheet Metal Co. Annville Shoulder Strap Co. Arndt's Sub Base Astoria Restaurant Automatic Nut Co. Auto Trades Assn. of Lebanon County Gilbert Aungst Bastiani Co. Batdorf's Dept. Store Beard's Food Market C. W. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker Mr. and Mrs. John Bellach Ben Franklin Store May Berry Beauty Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Blauch Bob's Sunoco Station John Boger and Son John D. Bohr Jr., Trucking Service Harry W. Boltz, Real Estate and Insurance Bomberger's Gift Shop Elmer M. Books, Contractor Theodore Books, Planing Mill Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bordlemay Mr. and Mrs. George Bordlemay Mr. and Mrs. Claflin L. Bowman Boyer's Skins and Furs Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Amos S. Brandt H. F. Brandt, Electrician Dr. and Mrs. Warren I. Brubaker Dr. Warren Brubaker Jr. Allen G. Bucher Bucher's Delicatessen A. P. Bucks and Sons Burkholder's Meat Market Carl's Barber Shop Carmany's Gulf Service Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark Carmean Robert Chaney Cialone's Grocery Cleona Restaurant Dr. Earl Clouser Co -Ed Luncheonette William H. Conhlran, Realtor K. K. Cook Alfred Crider, Frozen Foods Compliments of a Friend Compliments of a Friend Compliments of a Friend Compliments of a Friend Cleona Paper Box Co. Davis Pharmacy Rev. and Mrs. Norman Dettra Doris's Beauty Shop Dottie's Beauty Salon Emerson Dourte Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Dowdrick llmrbaak Patrans East End Cities Service, Palmyra Harry B. Ebersole Miss Miriam Ebersole Roy J. Ebersole, Auctioneer Harry Ehrnfield, Coal Dealer Eshelman's Beauty Shop Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Elliott Jacob D. Ensminger Charles G. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Freeland Fasnacht Mark Ferry A Fink's Bakery Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frederick Earl L. Funk, Milk Distributor Funck's Garage Patrick Funk Harold J. Ginder Gingrich's Bakery Christian R. Gingrich Herr's Electric L. B. Herr Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hershey Hershey Milk Plant Mr. and Mrs. John S. Horst Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hertzog Mr. and Mrs. John Hertzog E. E. Hetrick Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hostetter Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Houston Joe"s Barber Shop Kegerreis Poultry Farm Kingsley and Brown Inc. Donald R. Klopp Kreamer Bros. Funeral Horne Kreamer Bros. Furniture Elmer Kreider, Contractor Kreider's Farm Supply Harold Kreider's Esso Service Mrs. Cora Gingrich Dr. Russell L. Gingrich Robert Gollam Granger's Poultry Market Green Terrace Restaurant Groff and Sons Charles H. Grossman Mr. Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Kreider Joseph M. Kreider Lester L. Kreider Stanley B. Kreider H gl H Farm Tack Shop C. E. Hallman Harpel's J. C. Hauer and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hawryluk, Jewelry Heagy's Electric Dr. L. N. Heilman Russell F. Heilman and Sons Heisey's Dry Cleaning Service Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heisey Herr's Amoco Service Mr. and Mrs. James Mariani Nick Mariani, Plumber Robert Martin, Electrician Mr. and Mrs. John McClure Sr McConnell Shoe Repair McCozzi's Hobby Shop Harry Meyer, Cafe Harry M, Meyer Mr. and Mrs. H. Meyer L. E..Meyer H. E. Millard Lime and Stone Co Millie's Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller Miller's Contract Service Ifcarbonk Patrons E. O. Miller, Chevrolet Miller's Food Market Henry W. Miller John L. Miller Miller's Nursery Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Miller Dr. and Mrs. James R. Montieth Morgan's Esso Service Nancy-Lou Bar-B -Que Amos Nardini, Car Exchange Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson Otto' s Clothing Store Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parr Rev. and Mrs. W. Miller Price Printcraft Co. Rainbow Plastering Reigle's Jewelry Store Reitz's Gulf Service Rescue Fire Company Risser's Cities Service Robel Frocks Roberts 8: Meck Bill Ross, Jewelry D. R. Saylor and Sons Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Scharadin George Schell Donald Shanaman Shott Bros. Market Warren Sheaf Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Sheese Shell's Barber Shop Joseph R. Shenk Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Shroyer Dr. J. DeWolf Silberman Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slaybaugh H. J. Smith and Sons Smith's Colonial Restaurant Smith's Food Market Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith Smith's Sheet Metal Snyder's Appliances Snyder's Grocery Store Sorrento's Restaurant Rev. K. Otis Spessard Mr. and Mrs. Shirk Stoner Stroh's Produce Market Struphar's Self-Service Mr. and Mrs.. Michael Swanger Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Triest Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turner Uhler Studio William H. Umberger Unger Bros. Service Station Unger's Gulf Gas and Oil Union Emblem Co. Veterans of Foreign Wars H. S. Wagner, and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walters Waltz Barber Shop Charles Weaber Howard A. Weaber Weaver's Farm Service Weaver and Sons, Hatchery Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Weitz Ammon Wenger Daniel F. Wenger and Sons Wengert's Dairy Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Werni Russell White Rev. and Mrs. William A. Wilt Mark L. Wolfe Paul C. Wolfe, Insurance Just a Friend Dr. Thomas E. Yingst, D. C, Compliments of a Friend William Zeigler, Contractor Zellers' Cattle Trucking James Zengerle Autographs ,Autographs Autographs v ,i

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