Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1961
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The Class of 1961 presents
Annville-Cleona IL. High School
ANNVILLE CLEONA HIGH SCHOOL
During our high school careers we have been concerned with the serious pursuit of scholas-
tic achievement, while also enjoying athletic accomplishments, as well as many other activi-
ties. In addition we were nurtured in the ideals of loyalty, and integrity. We leamed that the
success of our lives was not dependent upon any one of these accomplishments but on a com-
posite of all them.
It has been our aim to present in this volume of THE CORINOMA a picture of the activi-
ties, associations, and organizations which have contributed to our years at Annville-Cleona.
We have endeavored to record those events of our high school days which will bring back fond
memories in the years to come.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Activities . .
Sponsors . . .
We, the class of 1961, respectfully
dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Peter P.
Bugda as an expression of our appreciation
for the great understanding and patience
he has shown us, and for all the extra work
he had done in helping our class make a
success of everything we have attempted to
He has been much more than a teacher to us, he has also been a friend.
William Light, classmate and friend, who
was called from our ranks on October 10, 3
1959 . . .
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. . . and Charles Dupert, ninth grader, who
lost his life in an automobile accident on
March 26, 1961.
IS OUR STORY
It hardly seems possible that in such a
short time we ve exchanged our little red
. . . but here we are, rownu
waving gaily as we prepare to drive
away from our Alma Mater in a few
days to find new areas of service,
new friends, new problems, new suc
It all began seemingly
ages ago, but actually it was
little more than a decade.
We sat up like big boys
and girls . . .
. . . but when we smiled, our
baby teeth showed.
But before we go .
Here our class president Bruce
Funk fthird from left, front rowj
smiles bewitchingly over Larry
Mil1er's shoulderg vice-president
"Pretz" Heilman squints at the
camera from the rear row, third
There's future--Snowball Queen
Tina, looking queenly already from
front row centerg there, too, is our
editor-in -chief Jean fsecond from
left, back rowj.
permit us the opportunity to look again at just a few scenes from our Senior year . . .
OUR NEW YORK TRIP . . .
,IA A- .
. . . to start with the most recent
We went to New York City by
submarine--over 2000 in fact--for we
earned the money for the trip by mak-
ing and selling submarine sandwiches.
Corinne, Janet, and Beulah on the
'Bear" Moyer packs
. . .Jean
checks an order
. . . and Judy adds up the profits.
We arrived in New York City at
9:00 A.M ....
After a tour of West Point . . .
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Bright and early on May 21, we
boarded the buses for New York City.
. . . and boarded a boat for a pleasant
inurnev up the Hudson.
. . . we returned to New York
and enjoyed a show at Radio
City Music Hall.
At 3:00 A.M. we were back
in Annville--tired but happy.
We Remember . . .
Joel Schneider, as Elwood P.
Dowd, catches up on his reading
while he awaits his cue in "Har-
Student Supervising Principal James Honafius.
Student Administration Day, March 20, if
was a thrilling, and sometimes tiring
day. We had never realized how long ww H' ,QW
a fifty minute period could be until A
we became student teachers for the , . Vx , j
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Here in action are student teachers . .
Janet Mark Janet Zern John Reich
UNIQUE, . . .
We were pleased that the band
received new uniforms while we '-
were still here to help use them . . . K
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Here Ammon Balaster models a
new uniform while he watches Mr.
Lemon adjust the plume on Fran
Peiffer's majorette outfit.
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Student Guidance Counse-
lor Bruce Funk confers with
Mr. Fake . . .
-i 4 Student Principal Ammon Balaster receives
a briefing from Principal Richard Gingrich
on Student Administration Day.
. . . while Eleanor Heagy seems
to find the work of the Home
and School Visitor just to her
liking, as Mrs. Herr listens in.
Senior girls playing volleyball in gym
and third lunch period
Mr. Gehr's rainy weather
equipment . . .
The "hi11" .
The crosswalk toward
shops . . .
The crosswalk toward cafeteria
While to us 1960-61 will be remem-
bered as "our year," to most people ir will '
be the year of THE SNOW--a staggering 78
inches of it, exceeding by more than 20 ff '
inches any previous year of this century.
Here are a few scenes of Friday, Janu- '-
ary 20, one of our five no -school days . . .
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at C corridor . . .
. . . AND SNOW
So here we are. We have reached
. . . THE END OF A CHAPTER
. . Mentally . .
. . in our lives.
Vocationally . . .
. . . Socially
Now we are grown up. No more
kid stuff for us. We have become
dignified, responsible adults . . .
. . . Emotionally . . .
. . . Physically . . .
CSO what did you expect in twelve years--
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ADIVI I N ISTRATICDN
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FIRST ROW: E. D. Williams Jr., Marvin Light ftreasurerj, D. Ray Wenger Qvice-presidenty, James Karsnitz
fpresidentj, Elra Worcester Qsecretaryj, Weston Evans. SECOND ROW: Adam Miller, Howard Weaver, George
Snavely, Walter Noll, Amos Brandt, Joseph Kreider. THIRD ROW: Howard Rothermel, Ellis Harding, Donald
Klopp, William Berry, Amos Ellenberger, Clifford Blauch, Merle Keim fsupervising principalj.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MR. MERLE L. KEIM
Mrs. Doris Markey
Mrs. Nancy Meyer
MR. RICHARD H. GINGRICH
High School Principal
JOAN CONLIN JAMES DRESCHER RICHARD ESHLEMAIY
English Special Ed. Physical Ed.
FRANK ETCHBERGER ELVIN FAKE CAROL FORD
Industrial Arts Guidance English
lon leave second semesterj
Home and School Visitor
WILLIAM KELL DOROTHY KELLER LARRY KILLIAN
Industrial Arts Mathematics Social Studies
Instrumental LEWIS LIEBERT
MILDRED MYERS MARY ANN NOLL KENNETH PARKS PATRICIA ROYER
Latin, English Home Economics Mathematics Social Studies
ANN SHAFFER JOHN SI-IERK ROBERT SNYDER
Physical Ed.. English Driver Education
FRONT ROW: Mrs.
Wentling, Mrs. I-Ieisey,
Mrs. Longenecker, Mrs.
Wolfe, manager, Mrs.
Fink, Mrs. Sutcliffe,
Mrs. Blouch, cashier.
SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Reddinger, Mrs. Bal-
aster, Mrs. Fernsler,
Mrs. Snavely, Miss
Miller, Mrs. Granger,
Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Loser
C USTODIAL STAFF
SEATED: Mr. Heisey,
STANDING: Mr. I-Ialler,
Mr. Light, Mr. Fortna,
Mr. Rice, Mr. Miller,
FRONT ROW: Mr. Doutrich,
Mr. Ruber, Mr. Morgan. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. F. Unger,
Mr. C. Unger, Mr. Mease,
Mr. Yingst, Mrs. Fernsler.
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Petite . . . very attractive . . . energetic
cheerleader . . . funny laugh . . . active in
school functions . . . Snowball queen . . .
favorite food: Italian, of course . . . plans a
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Nurses Club 2,35 Yearbook 33
Band Front 35 Cheerleaders 1,2,35 Class secre-
Loves to talk . . . mean javelin thrower . . .
artistic talents . . . boating enthusiast . . . seen
at the Co-Ed . . . hails from the Water Works.
Projectionists 1,2,3g Track 1,2,3.
Always fun to be with . . . makes girls' hearts
flutter . . . natural-born actor . . . mechanical
genius . . . needs an alarm clock . . . musically
talented . . . college bound.
Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 1,2,3g Dance band l,2,35
Brass choir 1,2,3g Chorus 1,2,3, Glee club 1,2,3,
Student council l,2,3g Chemistry club 2,33 Hi-Y
2,35 Newspaper staff 1,25 County chorus, Re-
gional chorus, District chorus, Tri -class play 2,3
Senior class play.
Quiet . . . pleasant smile . . . seen with Marie
. . . friendly . . . marriage contemplated soon
. . . doesn't take much to make her blush . . .
future telephone operator.
"Cut it out!" . . . likes potato chips but could
do without onions and raw tomatoes . . . draws
comic strips in his free time . . . plans career
in drawing or cartooning.
Loves to roller skate . . . good clarinet player
. . . enjoys bookkeeping . . . basketball fan . . .
favorite food is spaghetti . . . likes gym . . .
would like to attend IBM school.
Band 1,2,33 library Club 1.
"That's different" . . . track star . . . muscle-
bound . . . "Keep the noise down!" . . . drives
a neat car . . . will eat anything . . . enjoys
tinkering with cars . . . big smile.
Chorus 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1,2,3g Student Council 1,2,33
Hall patrol 1,2,33 F.F.A. 2,35 Varsity Club l,2,3g
Soccer 1,23 Track 1,2,3.
"Oh, for Pete's sake!" . . . her own hairdresser
. . . individualist . . . pleasing personality . . .
nice clothes . . . dislikes people who degrade
themselves . . . Shippensburg State College,
here she comes!
Chorus 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,35 F.T.A. 25 News-
paper staff 25 Chemistry Club 2,33 Cheerleaders
33 Basketball l.
plans to work in a store.
"Oh, my gosh!" . . . seen with Gladys and
Barbara . . . best musician . . . fluent French
student . . . has traveled extensively . . . will
attend school in Germany.
Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 25 Chorus 2,35 Ensemble
35 F.T.A. 35 Honor Society 2,33 Senior Play.
"Yes, lad" . . . likes to tinker around cars . . .
enjoys math . . . favorite food is spaghetti . . .
could do without English
Hi-Y 2,33 Projectionists 1,2
. . . y-
thing . . . plans to attend Thompson School.
,3, Newspaper Staff
Quiet . . . one of South Annville gang . . . al-
ways smiling . . . wonderful personality . . .
hoagies . . . favorite pastime is reading . . .
"The Horse" Academic
"You better believe it" . . . one of the "Rockin
Dutchman" . . . steaks Qmedium rarej . . . likes
to watch TV at Bellegrove . . . always good for
a laugh . . . future in Air Force.
Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 1,2,3g Brass Choir 1,2,3g
Chorus 35 Glee Club 35 Hi-Y 23 Varsity Club
2,33 Hall Patrol 2, Senior Playg Basketball 2,35
Soccer 1,2,33 Track 1,2,3g Volleyball 2.
will believe an
"I give up3 I'll play your silly game" . . . cuts
a mean rug . . . spaghetti and pizza . . . en-
thusiastic sports fan . . . school photographer
. . . future college student.
Hi-Y 33 Newspaper staff 23 F.T.A. 33 Soccer
1,2,33 Basketball l,2,33 Volleyball 2,3.
Dark eyes and a big smile . . . never down-
hearted . . . enjoys shorthand and bookkeeping
. . . hates to get up early to catch the bus . . .
yearns for her mother's pizza . . . future tele-
P Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 F.T.A. 1,23 Drama Club 23 Honor
Society 33 Yearbook Staff 3.
"Is that so?" . . . works at Reitz's . . . drives his
own convertible . . . lobster . . . favorite pas-
time is swimming and riding in convertibles . . .
future in the Marines.
Basketball ls Baseball 1,23 Varsity Club 2,3.
3 KENNETH EBERS OLE
Can be seen walking, walking, walking in the
halls . . . "Get over to the right" . . . band and
chorus couldn't do without him . . . good sense
of humor . . . future undecided.
Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Glee Club 1,2,33 Brass
choir l,2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Hi-Y 2,35 Hall Patrol
2,33 Track 2.
"Hard work never hurt anyone" . . . cuts up in
class . . . likes sports and working on the farm
. . . French fries . . . future business school
WIN IFRED ELLIOTT
"Oh, no!" . . . likes sports . . . sweet personal-
ity . . . good sense of humor . . . will make a
very good homemaker . . . friendly to every-
one . . . undecided about the future.
F.l-LA. l,2,35 Nurses Club 2,3.
"Which way did she go?" . . . favorite pastime
is sleeping . . . dislikes grammar and spelling
. . . likes girls and California cheeseburgers . .
plans to attend business school.
"Oh, panic!" . . . good seamstress . . . pen and
paper are her buddies . . . Cornwall fan . . . V
likes potatoes . . . crazy about red cars . . . en-
joys the clear invigorating mountain air . . .
undecided about the future.
Chorus 2,33 F.T.A. l,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
A LARRY FELTY
f "Clown" Vocational
"Sapphire" . . . one of Mr. Gerber's right-hand
men . . . acrobatic talents . . . cheeseburgers
with onions . . . well-dressed . . . frequents
the commercial room . . . always has a witty
answer . . . future artist.
Projectionists 23 F.F.A. 25 Track 2,3.
"The Fifth Amendment" . . . shy until you know
him . . . always smiling . . . can't wait to make
his first million . . . bowling, bowling, bowling
. . . future C.P.A.
Seen at the Y . r . clothes, clothes, and more
clothes . . . has many friends . . . pizza . . .
participates in all girls' sports . . . best-dressed
. . . future lies in the secretarial field.
Band 1,2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 13 G.A.A. 2,33 Basket-
ball 2,35 Hockey 1,2,3g Tennis 1,2,35 Yearbook
Staff 35 Senior Class Play.
"Oh, my lands!" . . . sports a sparkler . . . bi
brown eyes . . . pizza pie and French fries . . .
dislikes people who brag . . . found in Mrs.
Light's home room . . . future includes work and
F.H.A. 1,2,33 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3g Drama Club 1,25
Library Club l.
"Wass ist los?" . . . basketball manager . . .
spaghetti tops his menu . . . persistent . . . tends
father's store . . . how is the weather up there?
. . . the doors of LVC open to him this fall.
Chorus l,2,33 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Chemistry Club
2,35 Baseball manager 23 Basketball manager 3.
"How about that!" . . . only has eyes for boys
. . . pizza and spaghetti . . . "You don't say"
. . . on speaking terms with Mr. Fake . . .
Nancy's pal . . . plans include marriage after
F.H.A. 2,35 Library Club l,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.
Tall and slender . . . Loves ice cream, but will
pass up potato chips . . . attenda fann fairs
. . . enjoys swimming and skating . . . quiet
and courteous . . . future truck driver.
Mr. President . . . directs traffic in the halls
. . . favorite pastime is listening to music . . .
hard worker, to say the least . . . best personal-
ity . . . plans to further his education.
Band 1,2,3g Hall Patrol l,2,35 F.T.A. 35 Class
vice-president 23 class president 3.
Proj ectionists 1,2 ,3.
Great basketball player . . . girl shy . . . can
usually find him at the "Cut Shop" . . . favorite
pastime is sports, naturally . . . spaghetti . . .
will attend LVC on a basketball scholarship.
Band 1,2,35 Hall Patrol 2,35 Varsity Clublg
Chemistry Club 35 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 35
Volleyball 2,35 Business manager of yearbook.
Quiet . . . likes to take long walks in the
country . . . will travel out West . . . favorite
pastime is going to the movies . . . pizza and
spaghetti . . . will pound those typewriter keys.
"Never happen!" . . . feed him shrimp and
you'll capture his heart . . . likes almost any
type of sport you can mention, especially ice
skating . . . plans to work in the future.
"Oh, Great Scott!" . . . goes around dropping
typewriters . . . likes people who have a sense
of hiunor . . . plays basketball in his leisure
time . . . French fries are tops with him . . .
future includes working for a department store.
"Gracious sakes!" . . . plays the organ . . . en-
joys working with youth . . . "Girl of the Year"
. . . dislikes snowstorms and homework . . .
plans to major in home-ec. at Juniata.
Chorus 1,2,3g Glee Club 23 Ensemble 35 F.H.A.
l,2,3g F.T.A. 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 3s Honor Society
2,33 Class Secretary 3.
Listens to music during her free time . . . Quiet,
to be sure, until you know her . . . fun to be
with . . . neat hair . . . subs and French fries
are her favorites . . . will be an asset in some-
one 's office .
Great orator . . . never has a free moment . . .
has a strong like for individualists . . . con-
tributed most to ACHS . . . future Florence
Chorus 1,2,35 County Chorus 23 Band 1,2,35
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Student Council 1,2,3g Nurses
Club 2,35 Tri-Class Play 2. '
"I give up" . . . enjoys going to the movies . . .
best dancer . . . seen with Tis . . . nice personal-
ity . . . top on her menu are pizza, spaghetti, and
chicken . . . will make a good secretary.
Chorus 1,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g County Chorus
1,25 Drama Club 2.
Enjoys listening to classical music . . . the
path she treads leads to sure success . . . doesn't
like copycats . . . likes to play the piano . . .
lemon pie is hex' favorite . . . future lies in the
Honor Society 1,2 ,3.
Petite . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . many extra-
curricular activities . . . fun to be with . . .
attractive . . . athletic ability . . . pizza . . .
will study medical technology at LVC.
Chorus 1,2,35 Orchestra 1,2,35 Band front 1,2,35
G.A.A. 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F.T.A. 35 Hockey
1,2,35 Basketball manager 1,2,35 Tri-Class Play
"Boy, that dame makes me mad" . . . could do
without written assignments . . . can eat and
eat barbecued chicken . . . likes Mr. Hollinger's
home room . . . plans to attend Hershey Junior
Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 Orchestra 1,2,35 Brass
Choir 1,2,35 Varsity Club 1,2,35 Chemistry Club
2,35 I-li-Y 25 Baseball 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35
Soccer 2,35 Hall Patrol 2,35 Class president 1,25
Class vice-president 3.
Friendly . . . has an original giggle . . . beau-
tiful hair . . . easy to get along with . . .
Kathleen in our play . . . Mrs. Moyer's assistant
in the library.
Library club 1,2,35 F.H.A. 15 F.T.A. 35 Tri-
Hi-Y 35 Newspaper staff 35 Senior Class Play.
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"Wanna come with?" . . . handsome . . . hard-
working Council president . . . popular with
everyone . . . sports enthusiast . . . golfing is
his favorite pastime.
Band 1,2535 Chorus 1,2,35 Orchestra 1,2,35 Brass
Choir 1,2,35 Dance band 1,2,35 Student Coun-
cil 1,2535 Hi-Y 1,25 Hall Patrol 1,25 Chemistry
club 25 Varsity club 3'5 Soccer 1 ,2,35 Basketball
1,25 Track 1,2535 Senior Class Play.
"Rea1ly!" . . . enjoys music and roller skating
. . . Italian foods are her favorites . . . plans to
make nursing her career . . . future Mrs.
Chorus l,2,35 Glee Club 152,35 County Chorus
35 Drama club 1,25 Nurses Club 253.
"Oh, for heaven's sake!" . . . dislikes people
who don't know how to enjoy themselves . .
plays the piano . . . best actress . . . steak is the
most in her opinion . . . future Hershey Junior
College student .
Drama club 1,2,35 F.T.A. l,2,35 Library Club
1,35 Newspaper staff 15 Nurses Club 15 Tri-
Class Play 2,35 Senior Class Play.
PATRICIA HOS TETTER
"Oh, no!" . . . daydreamer seen with Win
nie . . . hobbies are reading and sewing
can't wait for the week end future home
Library club 25 F H A 3, Nurses club 3
Quiet . . . friendly . . . drives a green Chevy
. . . hangs his hat in C corridor . . . B-O-W-L-
I-N-G . . . works at Food Fair. . . whiz in
Petite . . . energetic cheerleader . . . quiet and
unassuming . . . easy to get along with . . .
could do without homework . . . enjoys sing-
ing . . . future homemaker.
Chorus l,2,3g Cheerleading l,2,35 Nurses Club
23 Tri-Hi-Y lg Newspaper staff 33 Drama Club
Attractive . . . hard-working yearbook editor
. . . most likely to succeed. . . energetic . . .
great sense of humor . . . extensive wardrobe
. . . friendly to everybody . . . future coed.
Chorus 1,2,33 Glee Club l,2,35 Band l,2,35
Tri-I-li-Y 1,2,33 Honor Society l,2,35 Chemistry
Club 25 Yearbook staff 35 Class treasurer 3.
"That irritates me" . . . quiet? . . . cute giggle
. . . hails from Fontana . . . bookworm . . .
dresses attractively . . . now is a good time for
pizza . . . rarely absent.
F.H.A. l,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
SUE ANN KREAMER
Well-styled coiffure . . . love that wardrobe!
. . . big blue eyes . . . petite . . .friendly . . .
loves cokes and cokes . . . where the boys are
. . . honor student . . . has a contagious laugh
. . . future coed.
Chorus 152,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2535 Honor Society
1,2,35 Newspaper 25 Student Council 35 Bas-
ketball manager 15 Class treasurer 1,25 Senior
Hall patrolman on the lunch detail . . . Seen
driving his Ford . . . enjoys teasing the girls
. . . has a craving for hamburgers . . . enjoys
sports . . . will attend college.
Hi-Y 1,2,35 Chemistry Club 2,35 Chess Club
15 Varsity Club 35 Hall Patrol 35 Soccer 1,2,35
Track l,2,35 Volleyball 3.
"I don't believe you" . . . enjoys tinkering
around cars . . . sports are his favorite pastime
. . . best dressed . . . the word "steak" makes
his mouth water . . . future college student.
Band 1,2,35 Hall Patrol 1,2,35 Hi-Y 1,25 Var-
sity Club 35 Baseball 1,2535 Soccer 25 Volley-
ball 3. '
"Thern's the breaks" . . . enthusiastic roller
skater at the Casino . . . phys. ed. isn't her
favorite class . . . short . . . friendly . . . ex-
perienced spaghetti eater . . . cloudy crystal
Drama Club 15 Library Club 1,2,3.
"Oh, my!" . . . long, shoulder-length hair . . .
loves to talk . . . spaghetti and pizza . . .
friendly . . . enjoys sitting down with a good
book . . . plans to punch the keys of a type-
Pretty eyes . . . lavender is most prominent
' color in her wardrobe . . . class clovm . . .
Janet's sidekick . . . oodles of friends . . . en-
joys sports . . . future nurse.
Band l,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 15 Newspaper lg Drama
Club 23 Nurses Club 33 F.T.A. l,2.
" Woody" Comm ercial
A ball . . . humorous . . . likes math class . . .
travels with the Cleona gang . . . subs are his
favorite food . . . his future boss may be Uncle
Lad with a large vocabulary . . . cafeteria is
his favorite room . . . talkative . . . willing
worker . . . could do without supersensitive
people . . . a top student . . . dairy farming
will be his vocation.
Chorus 15 Chemistry Club 25 Yearbook 3.
Extremely congenial . . . enjoys outdoor basket-
Business School, watch out!
Chorus 23 Nurses Club 2.
"What's your trouble?" . . . favorite with the
girls . . . hardworking Hi-Y president . . .
keeps classmates amused . . . favorite food:
homemade bologna . . . plans to attend Thornp
Chorus 1,2,35 Hi-Y l,2,3, Hall Patrol l,2,33
Student Council 1,25 Varsity Club 33 Soccer
1,2,3g Track 2,35 Baseball 15 Basketball 23
Tri -Class Play 2.
Always seen with Larry . . . Miss Witmeyer's
office boy . . . quiet . . . avid basketball fan
. . . should do Chevy commercials . . . chicken
is his favorite . . . future Hershey Chocolate
Soccer 1,23 F.F.A. 2,3.
Crazy about convertibles . . . belongs to the
Fontana gang . . . pizza . . . interest lies at
LVC . . . fun to be with . . . quiet . . . always
has a smile for everyone . . . Central Penn
Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,3g Glee Club 2,33 County
Captivating blue eyes . . . cut-up in class . . .
enjoys swimming and hunting . . . good-looking
. . . sharp dresser . . . being fitted for Air Force
Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 3, Brass Choir 3, Chorus
2,35 Hi-Y 1,25 Chemistry Club 2,33 Varsity
Club 33 Tri-Class Play 33 Senior Class Play.
"Look out!" . . . likes to give teachers a rough
time . . . enjoys driving Chevys in his free
time . . . free and easy . . . likes popular mu-
sic . . . future Marine. Projectionists 1,2,3g
"Never happen" . . . neat dresser . . . fun to be
with . . . helps his father at the gas station . . .
basketball fan . . . size 14 shoe . . . not exactly
punctual . . . future ??
Chorus l,2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3g Band 1,2,33
Dance Band 1,2,3g Brass Choir 33 Orchestra 33
Trombone Quartet 3 .
"I give up" . . . good cook . . . a friendly
personality . . . plays the organ . . . could live
on steak and pizza . . . should be a magazine
salesman . . . future undecided.
Captain of our peppy cheerleading squad . . .
neat hair . . . cute . . . good natrured . . . talka-
tive . . . shorthand whiz . . . seen with Tina
. . . enjoys dances . . . will make a good sec-
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Drama Club 33 Color Guard
1,2,3g Cheerleading l,2,35 Senior Class Play.
"Really" . . . quiet until you know her . . .
friendly . . . enjoys roller skating and dancing
. . . her appetite welcomes any tasty food . . .
Chorus 1,25 F.H.A. 1,2,33 Hockey 2.
"How about that!" . . . country boy . . . en-
joys talking! . . . flirts with all the girls . . .
favorite pastime is hunting and fishing . . . eats
all kinds of food . . . future agricultural
"Slow and easy" . . . hails from Cleona . . .
steak with garlic bread . . . appears to have
outgrown his car . . . short memory . . . enjoys
swimming and archery . . . likes a good book
now and then . . . future Marine career man.
"What is that?" . . . likes flying . . . asset to
the soccer team . . . pizza . . . could do with-
out English . . . loves to hear that 3:15 bell
. . . plans to enter college.
Hall Patrol 2,35 Varsity Club 2,35 Soccer l,2,33
Basketball l,2,33 Track l,2,3.
Has an original laugh . . . beats the drums . . .
quiet? . . . avid supporter of basketball team
. . . lobster tail, anyone? . . . couldn't do with-
out math . . . will study accounting.
Band 1,2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Newspaper 2,33 F.T.A.
35 Yearbook 3.
"Lay off - - - keep your hands to yourself" . . .
Could eat pot-pie until it comes out his ears
. . . the quiet twin . . . likes to draw blue-
prints . . . shy . . . future carpenter.
Black, wavy hair . . . neat eyes . . . shiny shoes
. . . always courteous . ,. . enjoys tinkering with
cars . . . gets his share of teachers' attention
. . . well-dressed . . . an easy-going guy . . .
undecided about the future.
"Tough timber" . . . a most studious lad . . .
lasagna rates high on his favorite food list . . .
his hobby is tropical fish . . . likes girls, dis-
cussions, and sports--in that order . . . college
days are drawing near.
Chorus 2,35 Soccer 2,33 Baseball 2,35 Volley-
"I'll say" . . . can be found at Progress . . .
comedian . . . enjoys bowling and dancing . . .
broiled steak and spaghetti among his favorites
. . . future Navy man.
Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Chorus 2,33 Glee
Club 33 Brass Choir 1,25 Dance Band 33 Drama
Club 23 Senior Class Play.
"You lie" . . . always ready to eat . . . enviable
wardrobe . . . wears a sparkler . . . steak sand-
wiches and pizza pie . . . typing whiz . . .
chatterbox . . . soon to wear a gold band third
finger left hand.
Library Club 1,23 Tri-I-li-Y 2,33 Drama Club 1.
A.C.H.S.'s own Einstein . . . extremely talented
in the musical world . . . enjoys reading a good
book . . . National Scholarship winner . . .
most likely to succeed . . . dry humor . . . will
attend F. and M. College.
Chorus 1,2,3j Glee Club l,2,33 Band 1,2,33
Orchestra 1,2,33 Honor Society 1,2,3j Chemistry
Club 2,3j Varsity Club 2,33 F.T.A. ls News-
paper 1,23 Track manager 1,2,33 Basketball
manager 1,25 Tri-Class Play 33 Senior Class
Cute . . . fun to be with . . . basketball fan
. . . enjoys hearing that 3:15 bell . . . always
looks tidy . . . likes to eat and read . . . dili-
gent yearbook typist . . . will become a sec-
retary or attend business school.
Tri -Hi-Y 1,2,33 Library Club 13 Newspaper 2g
Yearbook 33 Drama Club 23 Hockey manager
"Dear Gus" . . . member of Mr. Hol1inger's
home room . . . that laugh is heard all round
the school . . . likes to relax and listen to
music . . . district chorus soprano . . . college
Chorus 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3g Band 1,23 Orches-
tra l,2g Nurses Club 1,2,35 F.H.A. 2,35 Library
Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y lg Hockey lg Tennis l,2,3.
"Oh, nuts!" . . . wonderful athlete . . . strong
feeling against people who voice their opinions
on things they know nothing about . . . ice
cream and barbecue . . . future gym teacher.
G.A.A. 1,2,3, F.T.A. 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3g Bas-
ketball l,2,33 Hockey l,2,3g Tennis l,2,3.
Nice looking . z . forceful orator . . . school
activities keep him busy . . . good actor . . .
enjoys listening to music . . . steak tops his
menu . . . bound for college.
Band 1,2,3, Dance Band l,2,3g Orchestra 33
Chorus 2,35 Glee Club 2,35 Honor Society 2,35
Varsity Club 3g Soccer 1,2,33 Track 35 Tri-
Class Play 25 Senior Class Play.
' KENNETH SMITH
"What da ya say, fellow!" . . . live wire in
gym . . . eats any kind of Italian food . . . can't
wait for hunting season . . . enjoys driving . . .
will be a stone mason or bookkeeper.
"Oh, my!" . . ,. "May Ihave your order,
please?" . . . seen with the Judys . . . com-
panionable . . . she'1l eat pizza or steak any-
time . . . wedding bells will ring soon.
Library Club 2,3.
Quiet . . . a lady's man . . . asset to the bas-
ketball team . . . golfing is his favorite pas-
time . . . loves lobster tail . . . girls go for his
deep blue eyes . . . plans to attend college.
Band 1,2,3g Dance Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 2,35
Chorus 1, Chemistry Club 2,35 Basketball 1,2,35
Senior Class Play, Yearbook business manager.
"Corinne" H Academic
"That's terrible" . . . oh, that laugh! . . . Mrs.
Logan . . . friendly . . . sings like a lark . . .
steak . . . enjoys driving . . . "I don't under-
stand" . . . plans to attend LVC.
Chorus 1,2,3, Glee Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,23
Tri -Class Play 35 Senior Class Play.
"I'll bet" . . . dislikes fish . . . alarm clocks
are disgusting . . . enjoys hunting . . . roams the
school corridors . . . Co-Ed's steak sandwiches
are tops in his book . . . either college or the
Navy for this lad.
Band l,2,3, Projectionists 1,2,3g Chess Club 13
Chemistry Club 2.
Lots of fun . .
are a pair .
riding is her
good humor . .
G.A.A. l,2,3, Nurses Club 2,33 Hockey l,2,35
Basketball 1,2,3, Tennis 2,3.
. best athlete . . . she and Ginny
. . works at E1 Rancho . . . horseback
favorite pastime . . . contagious
. beautiful smile . . . future
"I give up!" . . . artistic talent . . . favorite
food? "You name it, I'll eat it" . . . enjoys
cropping yearbook pictures . . . no man passes
her unnoticed . . . plans to attend art school.
Library Club 1,25 Drama Club 1,25 Newspaper
15 Yearbook 3, Basketball manager 33 Drama
Club Play 1.
"Oh, heck!" . . . pretty blonde hair . . . her
quiet manner is deceptive . . . pizza and
submarines appeal to her taste . . . enjoys sing-
ing . . . plans to become a nurse.
Chorus l,2,3, Glee Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35
Nurses Club 1,25 Library Club 1, Senior Class
"There you go!" . . . monologist . . . talkative
. . . amateur psychologist . . . capable actress
. . . her stage presence is magnetic . . . ice
cream pleases her taste . . . enjoys sewing . . .
Chorus 2,35 Honor Society 1,2,3, Tri-Class Play
35 Senior Class Play.
"Holy Crow!" . . . amusing . . . baseball. . .
enjoys having a good time . . . flirts with all
the girls . . . spaghetti . . . Cleona fan looking
forward to graduation . . . will wear Air Force
Band 1,2,35 Chorus l,2,35 Glee Club lg Varsity
Club 33 Soccer 35 Baseball 1,2,3.
"Pain!" . . . loves to sing . . . petite . . . dis-
likes sarcasm in others and avoids it herself . . .
conscientious worker . . . steak sandwiches . . .
perfectionist . . . contemplates marriage.
Chorus lg Honor Society 2,3.
"How comes?" . . . attracts "gals" . . . guards
the corridors manfully . . . pizza on the side-
walk . . . top man on the cinders . . . pastime
shooting with bow and arrow . . . foresees
Navy life. '
Hall Patrol 1,2,35 l-li-Y 1,2,35 Track l,2,33 W"
Volleyball 15 Soccer 1,2,35 Basketball lg Class
"For goodness sake!" . . . enjoys visiting New
York City . . . interested in art . . . hobby is
collecting letters . . . capable student . . .
pickles and fried chicken . . . will enter the
F.H.A. l,2,35 Nurses Club 35 Honor Society
1,2,35 Yearbook 3.
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ACROSS: Jean Kinney, treasurerg Bruce Funk, presidentg Dianne Heagy, secretaryg Kenneth Heilman, vice -president.
SR. CLASS OFFICERS
The job of these four people pictured above was not an easy one. They spent long, extra hours for the
success of the class as a whole.
Someone said of our president one time, "Bruce, we appreciate everything you have done for our class.
Maybe someone could have done as well as you, but certainly no one could have done better." He did a
marvelous job, but he couldn 't have carried it out without the help of the other officers.
Jean did a splendid job at recording the finances for our class. We know the headaches she must have
The secretarial reports were extremely good, thanks to the efforts on Dianne's part.
Ken, as vice-president, also did his share of work for the class.
Thanks to all four of you. We really appreciate all the work you did for us.
Jean and Joel
Dlanne and Ammon
Dianne and Bruce
Contributed Most to A-C.I-LS.
Eleanor and Jim
Class Clowns 5'
Faye and Ron 3
Janet and Dan Best Dressed
Carol and Jim
Dorothy and Gary
Barbara and Joel
Tina and Ammon
Sandy and Beulah, maids of the Day household, look over
Dr. Savidge's shoulder.
Father and Mother in a quiet moment alone.
Gladys, Barbara, and Joel listen to
Ammon's poetic recitation.
The set captured in a deserted moment
UPPER RIGHT: Judy M. is about to serve
Corinne and Joel when Harry staggers in
with the ice.
Barbara and Suzi smile entreatingly
while Jim looks at Gladys, his new
LOWER RIGHT: Joel and Barbara enjoying
a breakfast with their sons, Jerry, Jack,
Bruce, and Ammon.
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SEATED: A. Balaster, E. Heagy, J. Honafius, G. Hardick, B. Hutchinson, D. Blauch. STANDING:
Miss Witmeyer, fadvisorj, M. Bowman, C. Gingrich, A. Hains, R. Morris, D. Wentling, T. Bow-
man, K. Weaver, C. Moyer, S. Kreamer.
Second Vice -President
Eleanor He agy
The goal of the Student Council is to develop
a sense of responsibility and self-government
among the students, to promote the best interests
of the school, and to consider requests and
suggestions for the betterment of the school
Each senior high class is represented by five of
its members elected annually by the student body
The Council has conducted many projects
benefiting the school, the students, and the com-
munity. in addition to their routine activities,
such as the maintenance of the Flag Squad, and
the Lost and Found Department, the supervision
of the Parking Lot, and the planning of the Sen-
ior High Assembly programs, they have also
sponsored Field Day, Student Administration Day,
dances after the basketball games, and a bon-
CENTER: Ammon Balaster Qkingj, Christine Alonzo Qqueenj. FRONT: Judy Miller, Ann Bow, Sue Ann Foltz, Ann
Hams. BACK: Donald Blauch, James I-Ionafius, Carol Bowman fprincess J, Robert Morris fprincej, David Wentling,
The Snowball, sponsored each year by the Student Coun-
cil, is one of the gala highlights of the year. Lighthearted
senior high students dance and socialize in the gym, which
has been tastefully decorated for the occasion.
Presiding over the festivities is a court selected by vote
of the senior high school students.
STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES
Sponsoring the annual Snow Ball
dance. Sponsoring basketball dances
Selling school pencils and book-
covers. Selling candy at basketball
games. Conducting the annual stu-
dent council campaigns.
FIRST ROW: D. l-Ieagy, S. Kreamer, J. Shenk, J. Kinney. SECOND ROW: B. Bryce, D. Dupler, G. Weik, J. Zem, K.
Yorty, Miss Conlin, Qadvisorj. THIRD ROW: J. Schneider, A. Hains, M. Kutz, R. Hein, G. Hardick, G. Loose.
Jerry Shenk, president Dianne Heagy, secretary
Sue Kreamer, vice-president Jean Kinney, treasurer
The National Honor Society endeavors to develop the qualities
of character, scholarship, leadership and service in its members and
the student body. All members must maintain a "B" academic
average, display leadership ability, be of high character, and have
the unanimous approval of the faculty.
The Society has performed such worthwhile services as the
maintenance of the Calendar of Events board, the establishment of
a guide service for visitors to our school, and the arrangement of the
Christmas decorations. In addition, they conducted an assembly
program to induct new members and made several educational field
Jerry changes bulletin board as Marilyn and
George look on.
Tackling still another problem,
Jean Kinney and Bob Ludwig
are being aided by Mr.
Yearbook Staff is chosen by a Faculty Committe
e composed of our yearbook
advisor, the principal, and our class advisors. The Staff of nine members has worked
together many hours to produce what it hopes will be a valuable permanent record of
our school da s t A ' -
y a nnvrlle Cleona.
Jack Sutcliffe and Dale Hains, our
business managers, take care of the
day's receipts. Dale counts the money
while Jack records the total.
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Corinoma Staff of 1961
Assistant Editor . . .
Write-up Editor . . .
Art Editor . . .
Linda. and Alma are hard at work cropping
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ABOVE: Linda Tice, Tina Alonzo, and
Janet Zern are gathering ideas and planning
LEFT: Dottie Dupler types copy with as-
sistance from Lorna Schwenk and Dottie
FIRST ROW: N. Whisler, S. Kreamer, J. Kinney, E. Heagy, C. Swope, C. Alonzo, Mrs. Keller, Advisor. SECOND
ROW: J. Miller, D. Heagy, E. Fackler, A. Bow, J. Finkbiner, L. Long, K. Wamsher, E. Herr, J. Boyer, L. Dissinger.
THIRD ROW: B. Bell, K. Miller, S. Foltz, B. Tobias, N. Johnson, L. Schneider, J. Gochenaur, G. Tice, D. Dupler.
FOURTH ROW: N. Fuhrman, C. Saylor, S. Hoffer, L. Schwenk, S. Spotts, P. Weaver, R. Windle, N. Morris, R.
Magni, D. Klopp.
Eleanor Heagy, pres. Sue Ann Kreamer, treas.
Jean Kinney, V.-pres. Corinne Swope, corresponding
Christine Alonzo, recording Nancy Whisler, chaplain
The Tri- Hi-Y Club challenges senior high school girls to develop
Christian character in their lives and to extend high standards of
conduct throughout their homes, school, and community.
This year the Tri-Hi-Y has conducted teen talks on vital subjects.
They have given an assembly fat Easterj, have promoted dances for
the March of Dimes and for muscular distrophy, and have conducted a
bake sale. They also were hostesses to the district conference of Tri-
Lyle Meyer, pres. William Young, sec.
Ellis Neidich, v.-pres. Donald Blanch, treas.
Edward Krebs, chaplain
The Hi-Y Club is an organization of senior high school boys
devoted to the advancement of character and the promotion of worth-
During the year they have carried forward a series of teen talks
dealing with vital topics. Guest speakers, including local ministers
and Lebanon Valley College students, have participated. The club
also supported the March of Dimes by taking charge of coin con-
tainers for that purpose in local places of business. As in past years,
they have served the school by conducting a coat checking service at
FIRST ROW: D. Blauch, E. Neidich, E. Krebs, W. Young, L. Meyer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kreider, advisor, J. Hart
man, B. Hartman, E. Buchmoyer, E. Harding, Mr. Gerber, advisor. THIRD ROW: F. Schaffner, R. Ensminger, J,
Deimler, R. Boger, C. Lyles.
ROW 1: R. Long, M. Custer, B. Mariani, J. Fortna, D. Heagy, W. Elliott, K. Seidel, R. Magni, S. Spotts, Mrs. Hart-
man, advisor. ROW 2: B. Gibble, L. Bowman, K. Beare, N. Fuhrman, N. Bowman, S. Hershey, J. Finkbiner, L. Long,
L. Dissinger, B. Smith, N. Whisler, C. Long, E. Dissinger. ROW 3: J. Lehman, V. Grubb, P. Hostetter, M. I-larkins,
N. Smith, F. Peiffer, S. Meyers, M. Gingrich, N. Snavely, A. Long, P. Weaver, N. Morris, J. Gochenour. ROW 4: B.
Shenk, R. Custer, D. Klopp, E. Hoffman, N. Johnson, C. Haak, L. Getz, E. McConnell, Y. Englebach, R. Reiss.
F. H. A.
Dianne Heagy, pres. Winifred Elliott, v.-pres.
Karen Seidel, corresponding sec. Judy Fortna, recording sec.
Rosalie Magni, treas. Sandra Spotts, parliamentarian
Margaret Custer, chaplain Bernadette Mariani, historian
The Future Homemakers of America endeavors to promote a growing realization of the home and the
duties associated with it. All members must have taken a course in homemaking prior to becoming a
The organization has undertaken many projects this year, having held a Mother-Daughter Banquet,
having given a dance, having collected toys and clothes for the needy at Christmas time, and having
presented the patients of the County Home with favors at Easter time.
Winnie, Dianne, and Rosie with their prize-winning
dresses. Judy displays her winning entries.
KNEELING: M. Elliott, P. Graby, C. Grubb, R. Noll. SEATED: D. Blauch, K. Kline, R. Moyer, D. Nagle, B. Hos
tetter, D. Heagy, J. Tshudy, R. Nagle, J. Eckenrode. STANDING: L. Bender, K. Bowman, G. Funk, G. Struphar, D
Brandt, K. Wenger, R. Kreider, R. Bucks, Mr. McMillion fadvisory, D. Tice, J. Books, R. Funck, E. Miller, L.
Miller, G. Bollinger, A. Tshudy, J. Sanders.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Don Blauch administers and injection to a pig
held by David Heagy, while Dale Kreider and
John Tshudy look on.
Barry Hostetter, pres. Donald Nagle, v.-pres.
David Heagy, sec. Richard Bucks, treas.
John Tshudy, reporter Ralph Moyer, chaplain
Dale Kreider, sentinel
The F.F.A. is open to all boys of the freshman, sopho-
more, junior, and senior classes who are interested in
agriculture. This organization endeavors to provide its mem-
bers with current information on agriculture and manual
skills to equip them for a useful farming career.
They have undertaken numerous projects and field trips
in obtaining this goal.
FIRST ROW: J. Schneider, J. Sutcliffe, D. Hains, A. Bow. SECOND ROW: M. Unger, G. Holtz, D. Rogers, B. Meyer,
K. Heilman, G. Tice. THIRD ROW: F. Yeager, C. Wood, A. Balaster, R. Dissinger, T. Perlaki, Mrs. Light QAdvisorj.
FOURTH ROW: K. Brandt, E. Krebs, B. Gingrich, H. Weitz, A. Evans, J. Lesher.
Y 5: Ann arranges the chem. Clube exhibit.
The promotion of chemistry and science is the main goal
of the Chemistry Club. All members must have taken a
course in chemistry, maintain a "C+" average and must also
display interest in the field of science.
The Chem. Club has purchased photographic equipment
and equipped a darkroom of which it is quite proud. They
have also taken several field trips, heard several speakers,
and had demonstrations by club members.
Jack Sutcliffe, President Dale Hains, Vice president
Ann Bow, secretary Joel Schneider, treasurer
FUTURE NURSES' CLUB
Virgie Tshudy, president Eleanor Heagy, county president
Christine Alonzo, vice-president Rosalie Magni, Secretary-treasurer
The goal of the Future Nurses Club is to provide an opportunity for
young people interested in nursing to meet together to share this interest
to explore its opportunities and requirements, and to grow as individuals
by working together.
This organization has assisted in the school 's medical program by
serving as aides for the pre-school clinics, toxoid clinics, and medical
In addition they made and sent health kits to refugee children. Also
several field trips were made to acquaint the members with various
FIRST ROW: Miss Keene fadvisorj, E. Heagy, V. Tshudy, C. Alonzo, R.
Magni, K. Seidel. SECOND ROW: G. Young, M. Lentz, L. Whisler, L.
Schneider, S. Herr, E. Herr, J. Boyer. THIRD ROW: L. Doutrich, J. Fomey,
C. Bowman, S. Light, J. Fortna, M. Bowman, D. Kreider, G. Tice.
FOURTH ROW: P. Kline, P. Hostetter, W. Elliott, C. Moyer, F. Long, J.
Zern, M. Kutz, A. l-Iains, J. Tittle.
Kenneth Hellman, pres: Donald Blauch, v.-pres.
Joel Schneider, sec. Gary Kreider, treas.
The purpose of the Boys' Varsity Club is to create better school spirit,
develop better sportsmanship, and increase the number of participants in
athletic events. Each member has earned a Varsity AC.
The club has provided ushers and officials for public athletic programs and
has supervised the arrangement of the equipment for the gym exhibition.
Throughout the year the members have enjoyed both speakers and films about
athletics, as well as trips to professional sporting events.
FIRST ROW: D. Eberly, J. Schneider, D. Blouch, K. Heilman, G. Kreider, H. Brown. SECOND ROW: G. Worcester,
L. Meyer, D. Moyer, E. Krebs, J. Honafius, J. Shenk, W. Young. THIRD ROW: Mr. Werner fAdvisorj, R. Fiebig,
D. Rogers, G. Wordester, T. McCracken, R. Morris, D. Hains, E. Neidich.
W Sur' 5
FIRST ROW: A. Heilman, V. Tshudy, V. Sheffy, D. Fortna. SECOND ROW: A. Hains, B. Smith, C. Gingrich, K
Wamsher, S. Spotts, S. Fisher, F. Sattazahn, R. Magni,Miss Shaffer fAdvisorj, J. McGee.
G. A. A.
genus' An-ltfnc ASSOCIATIONQ
Virginia Sheffy, pres. Virgie Tshudy, v.-pres.
Dorothy Fortna, sec. Alma Heilman, treas.
The Girls' Athletic Association is comprised of senior high school
girls who participate in two consecutive girls' sports. The G.A.A.
hopes to promote interest in, encourage participation in, and develop
good sportsmanship while participating in the girls' athletic program.
Their projects for the year have included the promotion of a
hockey camp, the sponsorship of a dance, and the presentation of a
party for the girls' basketball team.
Sandy and Linda replace books. Carol and Barbara check out books for eager readers.
Frances Peiffer, pres. Gail Nickliss, sec.
Sandra Spotts, v.-pres. Linda Schneider, treas.
The purpose of the Library Club is to improve our school library,
to arouse enthusiasm for reading, and to provide the school with
efficient library service. Its membership, composed of students in
grades eight through twelve, while striving for its goal, renders a
valuable service to the school.
FIRST ROW: J. Kreiser, N. Morris, J. Bradley, P. Weaver, S. Spotts, F. Peiffer, G. Nickliss, L. Schneider, J.
Fortna, P. Smith, B. Smith. SECOND ROW: L. Hostetter, C. Books, P. Rouch, L. Getz, R. Custer, C. Hetrick, B.
Beck, S. O'Keefe, S. Brown, B. Staeger, S. Putt. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Moyer, advisor, J. Cook, A. Sollenberger, R.
Hughes, F. Steinmetz, C. Hackman, V. Grubb, K. Boyer, C. Long, K. Long. FOURTH ROW: B. Blauch, S.
Micozzi, M. Howard, L. Zimmerman, B. Reese, D. Reiss, S. Shanaman, K. Young, C. Miller. FIFTH ROW: C.
Spotts, P. Reinhard, G. Bollinger, L. Houser, M. Krum, A. Tarbet, C. Haak, M. Gingrich, F. Daub, K. Wilt, B.
Rhoads. SIXTH ROW: C. Long, B. Dunn, P. Achey, S. Fedder, C. Fasnacht, S. Kline, S. Leach, J. Zimmerman, J
Myrtle Mae Simmons ............ .
Veta Louise Simmons . . . .
Elwood P. Dowd ..... .
Miss Johnson ........ . .
Mrs, Ethe1Chauvennt . . . . .
Ruth Kelly, R.N. ..... . .
Duane Wilson ........ . .
Lyman Sanderson, M.D. . . . .
William Chumley, M.D. . . . .
Betty Chumley ....... . .
Judge Omar Gaffney. . . .
E. I. Lofgren ..... . .
The Future Teachers are organized
T :f to explore the ideals and methods of
the profession of education. Op-
i portunities are provided to meet with
students with similar interests from
other schools, and to assist teachers
in our own school.
During the year the club met to
discuss various phases of teaching.
Representatives attended the student
i session of the state convention of
educators in Harrisburg.
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FIRST ROW: E. Fackler, V. Sheffy, B. Imboden, Miss Royer, advisor. SEC-
OND ROW: J. Finkbiner, S. I-Ioffer, C. Fedder, L. Riegert, B. Bryce. THIRD
ROW: J. Deimler, W. Gingrich.
FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
The Senior High
Drama Club proposes
to acquaint its mem-
bers with a basic
knowledge of acting,
and stage-craft. It is
open to any senior high
boy or girl who is in-
terested in dramatics.
The club assists in
applying make-up to
the cast of the various
FIRST ROW: J. Miller, S. Hoffer, B. Imboden, G. Weik. SECOND ROW: V. Yeager, C.
Shuey, C. Fedder, J. Tittle, B. Rhoad. THIRD ROW: J. Sheese, S. Shanaman, J. Royer,
L. Miller, L. Zimmerman, J. Miller, A. Estep, S. Fedder.
The Hall Patrol, whose mem-
bers are nominated by the club and
approved by the faculty, directs the
orderly flow of traffic through our
FIRST ROW: D. Blauch, E. Neidich, L. Meyer, G. Kreider, G. Worcester, B
Funk. SECOND ROW: G. Loose, J. Sutcliffe, W. Coleman, R. Youtz, G.
Balmer, T. Embich. THIRD ROW: K. Ebersole, D. Wentling, J. Lesher, T
McCracken, D. Hains, J. Bomgardner. FOURTH ROW: D. Moyer, W. Young
R. Morris, E. Krebs, B. Hartman, J. Tshudy, K. Heilman.
FIRST ROW: E. Harding, K. Smith, R. Zeigler, D. Blauch. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Swingholm, advisor, D. Shuey, J. Hartman, L. Witmer, M. Hipp, J.
Eckenrode, E. Buchmoyer, W. Coleman. THIRD ROW: K. Wenger, G. Har-
dick, J. Leedom. FOURTH ROW: R. Moyer, R. Goss, W. Swope.
The Projectionist Club, which is
open to any male student in grades
9 to 12, operate the audio-visual
aid equipment throughout the
school. In addition, they have spon-
sored a dance.
FIRST ROW: M. I-Ietrick, M.
Unger, D. Fortna, L. Hostetter,
B. Longenecker, T. Bullock,
L. Whisler, L. Smith, B. Fry, J.
Fry, SECOND ROW: D. Sheaf,
B. Hostetter, M. Bowman, J.
Eshelman, C. Hetrick, S.
Shannaman, B. Beck, B. Bender
S. Sutcliffe, A. I-Iains. THIRD
ROW: J. Bomgardner, T. Em-
bich, S. Fisher, J. Mark, H.
Weitz, T. Kxeider, R. Dis-
singer, B. Hutchinson, R. Theis
FIRST ROW: H. Brown, K.
Ebersole, L. Crider, P. Hein,
J. Perlaki, W. Berry, A.
Howard. SECOND ROW: A.
Meyer, D. Marshall, W. Evans,
A. Evans, C. Morgan, J. Shenk,
D. Marshall, D. Beck, B. Funk.
THIRD ROW: B. Meyer, K.
Seward, B. Shuey, J. Lasek, C.
Wood, M. Light. FOURTH
ROW: K. Kreamer, R. Long,
J. Zengerle, T. Binkley, J.
Leedom, R. Mark.
TR UMPE TS
FIRST ROW: M. Krum, K.
Heilman, D. I-Iains, A. Ba-
laster, J. Hostetter, J. Bom-
gardner, M. Albert. SECOND
ROW: L. Savidge, W. Swope,
E. Duffy, J. Honafuis, R.
Morris, G. Kreider, G. Wor-
cester, N. Scharadin, A.
Keller, G. Struphar, R.
Morgan, C. Hardick, C.
Meyers, K. Ditzler.
FIRST Row. R. Hill, A. Emp,
L. Zimmerman, S. O'Keef, J.
Schneider, F. Long, B. Bryce.
SECOND ROW: D. Kreider, M.
Kutz, R. Youtz, R. Leach, J.
Sutcliffe, H. Weitz, E. Salem,
C. Gingrich. THIRD ROW: F.
Sattazahn, J. Kinney, R.
Aumen, D. Ebersole, E.
FIRST ROW: R. Ulrich, G.
Hardick, J. Uhler, L. Riegert,
D. Poorrnan. SECOND ROW:
G. Fiebig, G. Worcester, J.
Lesher, G. Loose, D. Kline.
FIRST ROW: A. l-leilman, F.
Peiffer, B. Bell, SECOND
ROW: N. Morris, K. Wamsher,
B. Smith, R. Windle. THIRD
ROW: L. Long, C. Alonzo.
FOURTH ROW: L. Getz, J.
Miller, C. Moyer.
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FIRST ROW: R. Hill, K. Cramer, A. Heilman, T. Kern, E. Heagy, S. Kreamer, D. Heagy, J. Mark, B. Bryce, N.
Bowman, C. Hartman, G. Howard. SECOND ROW: M. Unger, G. Tice, L. Schneider, F. Sattazahn, M. Kutz, K.
Seidel, J. Kinney, S. Spotts, E. Weik, R. Custer, B. Tobias, J. Bradley. THIRD ROW: G. Hardick, L. Doutrich, B.
Bell, J. Boyer, M. Bowman, E. Salem, S. Fisher, C. Dourte, S. Herr, E. Fackler. FOURTH ROW: C. Moyer, G.
Weik, R. Reiss, J. Fortna, C. Swope, N. Snavely, C. Fedder, E. Herr, A. Long, J. Eshleman, FIFTH ROW: C.
Gingrich, L. Savidge, C. Morgan, J. Schneider, R. Leach, C. Wood, A. Howard, M. Kumi. SIXTH ROW: L. Meyer,
J. Shenk, D. Kline, R. Long, T. Kreider, H. Weitz, W. Gingrich, D. Salerno, W. Coleman, W. Berry, A. Meyer.
SEVENTH ROW: H. Brown, B. Meyer, R. Fiebig, D. Beck, G. Worcester, J. Lasek, R. Boger, W. Evans, B. Hutchin-
son, K. Heilman.
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Howard, Karen Seidel, Ammon Balaster, Henry Weitz
ROW 1: A. Howard, K.
Ebersole, T. Perlaki, H.
Brown. ROW 2: K. Heil-
man, A. Balaster, J. Hona-
fius, R. Morris, L. Savidge.
ROW 3: J. Lasek, C. Mor-
gan, C. Wood, J. Shenk.
ROW 4: B. Shuey, B. Meyer.
ROW 5: R. Long, J. Zen-
ROW 1: C. Hartman, D. Heagy, J. Mark, B. Bryce, G. Howard. ROW 2: K. Seidel, N. Snavely, S. Fisher, C.
Dourte, B. Tobias, B. Bell. ROW 3: C. Gingrich, M. Kutz, E. Salem, C. Swope, M. Krum, N. Bowman, M. Unger.
ROW 4: L. Savidge, H. Brown, R. Long, J. Shenk, R. Fiebig, A. Howard. ROW 5: D. Beck, G. Worcester, R. Leach,
H. Weitz, C. Morgan, J. Schneider.
FIRST ROW: A. Heilman, K. Gingrich, A. Frederick, C. Kline, J. Miller, S. Brewer, B. Bryce. SECOND ROW:
J. Schneider, E. Salem, H. Wertz, J. Sutcliffe, T. Kreider, S. Fisher, G. Sheffy. THIRD ROW: G. Hardick, G.
Worcester, D. Wentling, D. Ebersole, R. Leach, M. Kutz, T. Perlaki, H. Brown, K. Ebersole, A. Howard, B. Shuey,
B. Meyer. FOURTH ROW: J. Uhler, G. Loose, Mr. Lemon, J. Lasek, C. Morgan, J. Shenk, C. Wood, A. Balaster
R. Morris, J. Honafius, L. Savidge, K. Heilman, R. Mark, R. Long.
FIRST ROW: M. Kutz, G. Hardick, D. Wentling, D. Ebersole, R. Youtz, T. Kreider, J. Uhler, J. Sutcliffe, R.
Leach, H. Weitz. SECOND ROW: J. Lasek, A. Evans, C. Morgan, J. Shenk, C. Wood. THIRD ROW: K. Ditzler,
A. Balaster, J. Honafius, R. Morris, L. Savidge, R. Long.
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LOWER ROW: K. Heilman, G. Worcester, D. Hains, H. Brown, E. Neidich. UPPER ROW: R. Morris, J
Sutcliffe, T. McCracken, D. Moyer, E. Duffy, J. Deimler.
Annville -Cleona's Little Dutchmen again emerged as Lebanon
County Champions with an undefeated league record and a season
record of 23 victories and 2 losses. Their defeats were received at
the hands of Kutztown, district Class B champions, and West Reading,
state Class C champions.
This year's Little Dutchmen, by advancing to the district finals,
progressed farther in the state play-offs than any previous team in
Coach Etchberger and student managers
George I-lolz, Bill Young, and Bill
Gingrich happily examine our team's
season record . . .
Opponent Score Score
West Reading . . . . . . 82 90 . . . .
Lower Dauphin . . . 47 84 . . . .
Palmyra ...... . 55 74. .
Milton Hershey . . . . .. 39 56 . . .
Palmyra ...... . 35 70 . . .
Hershey ..... . . 52 75 . . .
Alumni ....... . .. 43 68 . . .
South Lebanon . . . . . . 49 84 . . .
Northern Lebanon . . . . . . 28 82 .
Cornwall ...... . . .43 121 . . .
East Lebanon . . . . . . 37 61 .
Myerstown . . . . .33 54 . . .
. Northern Lebanon
. South Lebanon . .
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. Northern Lebanon
. Cornwall .....
. East Lebanon . . .
. East Lebanon . . .
. Myerstown . .
. Myerstown . .
. Middletown . .
. Hamburg . . .
. Kutztown . . .
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ABOVE: Ellie snags another rebound. Players'
BELOW: I've got it!
ABOVE: Okay, Jack and Glenn, whose ball 7
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LOWER RIGHT: Don't give up, Jack!
ABOVE: Toots fights for
ball while Ellie looks on
ABOVE: Sutcliffe stretches. for
Ellie misses it this time. BELOW: I've got it.
West Reading . .
Lower Dauphin . .
Milton Hershey .
South Lebanon . .
-Myerstown . . . .
South Lebanon . .
South Lebanon . .
Myerstown . .
Myerstown . .
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
KNEELING Mr. Wernerfcoachj D Wentlmg, R Tarbet G Loose, R Boger, K Keller STANDING K M11
ler fmanagerj, W. Evans, B. Hutchmson, R Youtz, R Frebrg, I-I Smrth, B Shuey, K Brant Qmanagerj
FRONT: E. Loy, S. Kreamer. CENTER: K. Gingrich, S. Peterson.
BACK: D. Bow, V. Euston.
Henry Houck . . .
Milton Hershey .
Cornwall . . .
Myerstown . . .
South Lebanon . .
Milton Hershey .
Cornwall . . .
Myerstown . . .
South Lebanon . .
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
FRONT ROW: C. Gardner, A.
Boyd, J. Wentling, J. I-Iostetter,
G. Fiebig, R. Mark, D. Achen-
bach, J. Schneider, R. Morgan,
M. Miller, J. Tice. SECOND
ROW: R. Beard, M. Wentling,
T. Miller, L. Plaster, D. Magni,
W. Fidler, J. Slaybaugh, J. Long.
THIRD ROW: D. Martin, C.
Wenger, Mr. Eshleman Qcoachj, D.
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FIRST ROW: G. Worcester, H. Brown, J. Honafius, B. Young, J. Deimler, E. Krebs, D. Moyer, J. Shenk, L. Meyer,
B. Hartman, B. Meyer, K. Heilman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Moyer fCoachj, T. Embich, A. Meyer, F. Yeager, C.
Meyers, G. Loose, H. Weitz, D. Wentling, D. Salerno, D. Rogers, B. Hutchinson.
Captain Lyle Meyer and Coach Moyer hold
soccer ball symbolizing County Championship,
as All-Stars Jim Honafius and Glenn Wor-
cester look on.
FIRST ROW: E. Krebs, K. Anspach, L. Felty, L. Meyer, J. Honafius, D. Blouch, H. Brown, B. Young. SEC-
OND ROW: J. Shenk, K. Keller, E. Neidich, R. Fiebig, C. Wood, R. Tarbet, J. Lasek, H. Weitz. THIRD
ROW: R. Youtz, B. Hartman, K. Weaver, F. Yeager, G. Balmer, R. Leach, D. Wentling, R. Boger, A.
Meyer. FOURTH ROW: J. Schneider, T. Embich, J. Tshudy, Mr. Gerber fCoachJ, J. Hartman, D. Beck,
P. Graham, C. Wenger.
SR. HIGH TRACK TEAM
JR. HIGH TRACK TEAM
FIRST ROW: W. Donmoyer, R. Ulrich, M. Kreiser, G. Feibig, R. Morgan, C. Miller, J. Bainbridge. SEC-
OND ROW: A. Keller, C. Gardner, M. Tanner, V. Shoemaker, T. Shenk, D. Patton, J. Tice. THIRD ROW
C. Wise, G. Young, D. Achenbach, T. Miller, C. Beresich, M. Hitz, D. Kreiser. FOURTH ROW: A. Boyd,
Mr. Eshleman, QCoach, Assistantj, Mr. Gerber fCoachl, G. Hardick.
LOWER LEFT: Felty making a
first place jump.
LOWER RIGHT: Wentling about
to break County record.
ABOVE: Chuck Miller does
LEFT: A good baton pass by
Felty in a record breaking 880
BELOW: As usual Ellie leads
the pack in the 100 yd. dash.
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ABOVE: Mr. Gerber accepts the team trophy
at the County Track Meet.
UPPER LEFT: Our speedy mile quartet. UPPER RIGHT: Ellie , f
receives his trophy as high scorer. RIGHT: Fiebig soaring over X? k I ?
the bar. BELOW: Glenn, Jr. Hi. winner, watches Ellis set new . l Akk' t f '
BELOW: Blouch breaking the tape.
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Larry Felty Bill Young Harry Brown
FRONT ROW: K. Heilman, P. Kreider, G. Worchester, D. Hains, D. Salerno. SECOND ROW: J. Hostetter, H.
Smith, K. Ditzler, T. Perlaki, P. Graby, R. Bucks. THIRD ROW: B. Coleman, T. McCracken, A. Keller, B. Morris,
E. Neidich, J. Schneider, Mr. Snyder Qcoachj.
FIRST ROW: J. Mc Gee, V. Sheffy, V. Tshudy, S. Spotts, D. Fortna, A. I-Ieilman, A. Hains. SECOND ROW: K
Wamsher, B. Smith, I.. Long, S. Fisher, C. Gingrich, F. Sattazahn, R. Magni. THIRD ROW: Miss Shaffer fadvisorj,
D. Bow, R. Hughes, J. Miller, B. Reese, S. Kauffman, S. Smith, B. Fry, L. Schwenk fmanagerj.
Virgie Tshudy demonstrates
her hockey skill, which won
her a place on the first team
of the United States Field
Hockey Association, to Alma
Heilman, Ginney Sheffy, a
member of the second team,
and Dottie Fortna.
SITTING: L. Schneider, J. McGee, V. Tshudy, V. Sheffy, D. Fortna, J. Fry. KNEELING: Y. Englebach, D
Sheaf, S. Smith, G. Nickliss, S. Kline, J. Royer, L. Bender. STANDING: K. Wanisher, F. Peiffer, L. Long S
Belmer, S. Sports, S. Fisher, C. Gingrich, A. Hains.
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Miss Schaeffer, J. Fry, B. Rhoads, J. Miller, S. Kauffman, J. Miller, S. Belrner, R. Hughes, S Sutcliffe, S Smith,
D. Bow, B. Fry, J. Freck.
Our girls this year played a brief but successful
tennis schedule. Miss Schaeffer 's racqueteers played
Susquehanna and Lebanon each twice, defeating
Susquehanna 20 to 5 and 42 to 6, and defeating
Lebanon 13 to 11 and tying them 12 to 12.
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We ex ress our a reciation to the followin s onsors, whose financial support has helped to make
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this yearbook a reality:
Albert's Body Shop
John Albert, Fleet Water Systems
Annville Frozen Food Service
Arndt's Sub Base
Daniel Baldwin, Meats
Batdorf Department Store
Beard 's Food Market
Ivan G. Beare, Masonry Contractor
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clifford R. Blouch
Richard A. Blouch
Bob's Amoco Service
John H. Boger 8: Son
John Bohr, Trucking
Theodore Books' Planing Mill
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Bow
Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy Bowman
H. F. Brandt, Electric Appliances
Brandt Feed Mill
Brough 's Upholstery Shop
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ben Brown
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ezra Buchmoyer
C. 8: T. Engineering Co.
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Clark Carmean
The Car -Let Motel
Cleona Hardware Store
Cleona Shoe Repair
The Co-Ed Luncheonette
William H. Condran
Davis Rexall Pharmacy
Dottie's Beauty Salon
Mr. 8: Mrs. Leroy S. Dupler
Ebersole - -Pontiac - -Oldsmobile
Edris Service Station
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Elliott
John E. Ensminger, Insurance
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Euston
Rev. 8: Mrs. John Ferich, Jr.
Fink's Bakery, Inc.
Fittering 's Asphalt Paving
Flip 's Auto Sales
Earl E. Forney
Franks' Hot Dog Shop
Fry's Used Furniture
Mrs. Ada Funk
Mrs. Carl B. Funk
In memory of Carl B. Funk
Earl L. Funk, Distributor of Wengert
Mr. 8: Mrs. John H. Funk
Ginqder 's Tydol -Veedol Station
Granger 's Poultry
Dr. 8: Mrs. John R. Groh
H. 8: H. Farms
Mr. 8: Mrs. David B. Hains
Mr. 8: Mrs. Lloyd Harkins
Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy C. Harmon
Clair Hart, Coal Hauling
Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Hawryluk, Jeweler
Heagy Electric, Inc.
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Harold Heagy
Dr. 8: Mrs. L. N. Heilman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Lloyd K. Heilman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman Heisey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Warren A. Heisey
Mr. 8: Mrs. David Herr
Herr 's Electric
Horn 8: Heberling, Wholesale Meats
Industrial Sanitation Inc.
K 8: B Bowling Centre, Inc.
Ken's City Service
Paul H. Kettering
Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald Klopp
Kreamer Bros. Furniture Co.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert E. Kreamer
H. W. Kreider
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Kreider
Mrs. Helen Kreiser 8: son Don
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anton Kubolick
Lebanon Valley Dairies
Lebanon Valley Farm Bureau
Lebanon Valley National Bank
Lebanon Valley Offset Company Inc.
Mrs. Anna Light
V. Earl Light
Lily Ann Shoppe
Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry Long
Long 's Insurance Agency
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ray Long
Maxwell B. Love
Martin's Sports Center
Marty's Music Store
John H. McClure
H. L. Meyer Inc.
Harry M. Meyer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Irvin Meyer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Martin Meyer
Miller 's Nursery 8: Garden Club
Miller 's Self-Service Food Store
Morgan's Esso Station
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Morgan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Herbert Nagle
Reigle 's Jewelry Store
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur J. Riegert
Mr. 8: Mrs. Anton G. Ruber
D. L. Saylor 8: Sons
Dr. 8: Mrs. Nelson Scharadin
Mr. 8: Mrs. Elmer J. Schneider
Shearer's Service Station
Dr. 8: Mrs. F. G. Sheese
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jesse V. Shenk
Shott's Bros., Cleona, Pa.
Mr. 8: Mrs. David K. Shroyer
Slaughter 's Custom Floors
H. J. Smith 8: Sons, Dccavating
Mr. Lester Smith
Sprecher 's Service Station and Diner
Stewart's Music Store
Stone Bar Restaurant
Stroh 's Produce Market
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Sutcliffe
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clayton Tice, Jr.
Umberger 's Mill
Viozzi's Food Market
Walborn 8: Boyer Body Shop
Waltz 's Barber Shop
Mr. 8: Mrs. Riley W. Weaber
Mr. 8: Mrs. John J. Wenger
Wengert's Dairy, Inc.
H. I. Weiman 8: Sons
Dr. 8: Mrs. Henry Weitz
Whisler's Gulf Service
White's Food Market
Mark Wolfe, Barber
Paul C. Wolfe, Insurance
Mr. 8: Mrs. Elra A. Worcester
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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.
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