Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1964
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The aim of this volume of the
Corinoma has been to present a
picture of the activities, organiza"
FORE WORD tions, and scholastic curricula
which have contributed to our years
at Annville-Cleona High School.
With a modern school, expanded
facilities, and excellent faculty,
students are reaching horizons
never before visualized or attained,
To enumerate the glories of the
present students are shown in every
phase of their high school life.
Table cf Contents
I edication . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Administration and Faculty . . . ,12
Seniors. .. . .. . .. . .. . ..22
Underclassnaen . . . . .. . . ..56
Sentn:Phgh.Acdvuies. .. .. ..74
hdusica1 3roups . . . .. . . . ..43
Junior High Activnies . .. . . .101
Sports . . . .. . . . .. . . . .106
Sponsors. . .. . . .. . .. . .122
Miss joan McCullolz
The patience, proficiency, and understanding you have exercised
in and out of class has made it difficult to express the admiration
and esteem we feel you merit. All of us will Cherish your advice and
expressions of personal interest.
Dramatically talented, you have capably directed the Tri-Class
Plays and many Senior Class Plays and have successfully coached
the dramatic portion of the spring musical.
Your constant humor, clever Wit, and advice have helped not only
to relax class tension but also to impress upon us character worthy
of emulation. For valuable lessons in tolerance and good judgment
and for your tireless efforts to guide us to a better and fuller life, to
you, Miss McCulloh, we dedicate this volume of the CORINOMA.
As the teachers prepare for
their Classes . . .
. . . the classes prepare to
meet their teachers.
Some teachers try various
ways of escaping from the
The year was spent in fun as well
as in study. The Hootennany held
in the school gym brought folk-
singing and frolic to A-C.
The festivities of the Snowball,
A-C's midyear dance, were
heightened with the Crowning
of the Snowball Court.
Studying continued throughout the year, but was interrupted by
the hilarious faculty assembly and Hub-a-Dub Day.
A gorilla in OUR auditorium? Not: only that -- our school is the
only one that can boast of an extremely talented m biology
Students also participated i
Ruthie takes charge of
Civics classes . . .
and high school girls
help to prepare the
On February 7, 1964 the school
resounded with congratulations for
our principal, Mr. Gingrich, on
the birth of his son.
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A large cast presented our Tri-Class
Play, ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS.
F or studying or for eating
" the cafeteria serves
many useful purposes.
Another A-C victory -- Chuck comes in first. At left Mr. Gerber
accepts county Championship trophy on behalf of the team.
Sometimes the spectators themselves are the most interesting spectacles.
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School Board SEATED: Roy Ebersole, D. Ray Wenger, James Karsnitz, Elra Worcester, Merle Keim. STANDING:
Howard Weaver, Floyd Whisler, William Berry, Amos Ellenbcrger.
Administrators Improve Educatzbnal
Facilities at A-C High
Effectiveness of the
board of education is ime
portant to all students, for
the board determines
whether or not pupils will
receive the maximum in
The school board mem-
bers have practical wisdom
and time to devote them-
selves unstintingly to their
jobs. They have the ability
to plan ahead as well as to
solve immediate problems.
Mr. James Karsnitz, the president
of the school board, describes
plans for the new addition to the
H W, Mr. Merle Keim, our supervising
MN H principal, coordinates the function-
ing of not only the high school but
also the elementary schools of Ann-
ville, North Annville, and Cleona.
.mc'HAaD H. Gmrsmcu
Organization, administration, and super-
vision of the secondary school program are
the fundamental duties of Mr. Richard
Gingrich our high school principal.
Mr. Robert Snyder, the assistant principal,
advises the hall patrol, teaches driver edu-
cation, and plans the teachers' and students'
George Gerber Leland Lingle James Middlckauff Raymond Swingholm Ronald Triechler Robert Webber
Peter Camber Henry Hollinger Joseph Houser Dorothy Keller Kenneth Parks
Science and Math Departments
Expand with tlze of
a thorough study in the field of natural sciences.
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Courses in mathematics, 1Iigonometry, and geometry
encourage an understanding in the logic of reasoning.
Sara Bixler Elmer Faber Marlin Fureman Peter Kruger Lewis Liebert James Martin
Joan MCCulloh Mildred Myers Russell Showers Suzanne Suter Frances Weitz
Language - The Communication
Parlez-vous frangais? Ia! Recording sessions, dialogues, A M
dictations, grammar, and literature are characteristic of 0 en
our foreign language courses.
A command of the English language is a prerequisite
for other courses. The English classes at A-C High
give all students a background of short stories,
American and English literature, and grammar.
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Judith DeHart Richard Fomey David Gontz John Kish Howard Moyer Eleanor Witmeyer
Franklin Eckert Richard Eshleman Elizabeth Fasnacht Ann Petroskie
Where in the world? Social studies teachers ' '
attempt to broaden our concept of the l hyszcal l ' Ztness
countries and peoples of the world and also
teach us the story of our heritage. Maps,
globes, and other standard classroom equip-
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A-C gym Classes keep pace with the increasing nationwide
emphasis on physical fitness. Regular classes, intramurals,
and varsity sports give students an ample opportunity to
Albert Askins Peter Boyer Frank Etchberger
Ada Light Ruth Schaffer Ruth Witter
Lois Hixson William Kell
A 1 Beginning in their sophomore year, commercial
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Industrial arts, mechanical drawing, and agriculture are offered
to boys throughout high school. Instructions stress not only
proper usage of machinery but also the value of the materials
James Drescher Elvin Fake Lois Herr Ruth Keene Joan Moyer
Rodney DeHavcn Donald Gingrich William Lemon
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Ltsrdtszzssois:::$ai Speczal Features
dentist, Miss Keene is on
duty to give aid to any
pupil who may become
ill during the school day.
Clay work, printing,
sketching, and painting
are just some of the many
interesting subjects Individual and group guidance, college advise-
covered in the art classes ment and placement, and comprehensive testing
and electives under the are coordinated by Mr. Fake, the guidance
supervision of Mr. De- counselor.
Ruth Maulfair Doris Markey Nancy Meyer Lorraine Shay
Members of the kitchen staff prepare well-balanced meals for the
student body and faculty. Cafeteria service and food are tops because
of the efficient kitchen staff.
The A-C school district employs nine bus drivers who
transport students to and from school and extracurricular
Building custodians provide clean and sanitary
surroundings by performing such duties as washing
floors, cleaning windows, and dusting furniture.
SEN I ORS
Seniors F ill
"Papa is all, " an amusing comedy about plain folks,
under the capable direction of Mrs. Weitz and Mr.
DeI-Iaven was presented to the public two successive
nights. The play inuoduced a novelty to A-C -- a
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Wanted: a traffic light at the intersection gand R
corridors. Randy tries to execute the job by direct-
ing student traffic and by alleviating congestion in
Everybody sing along! The Metropolitans, one of
the five groups in A-C's Hootennany, became a
favorite with the audience. At our Hootennany, the
first to be held in this county, the frolicsome and
serious folk songs sung by the performers captivated
the audience for an evening of relaxation and ene
Activities and Classes
Classes throughout high school try to make each
student self-sufficient and able to succeed in
society. Critical thinking in every phase of educa-
tion is encouraged, especially in a knowledge of
the world and its problems. A P. O. D. Class,
pictured above, makes each student aware of his
responsibilities as well as his rights of freedom.
Give S tudents
Paul Brandt Earl Buchmoyer Rachel Cutman
William Donmoyer Sara Ann Ebersole
A z'ms at
In this rousing scene from the Tri-Class Play, ABE
LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS, Abehs followers enthusiasti-
cally support him in the Lincoln-Douglas debate.
John Gingrich, who portrayed Lincoln, captivated
the audience with speeches of honesty and integrity.
With an atmosphere of books and learning the library
provides an excellent place to study. All available
materials necessary for the achievement of a liberal
education are placed at the disposal of the students. Carol Fasnacht
A challenging physics problem keeps a few seniors
completely absorbed in their work. Classes were
conducted to give students an understanding of the
theory as well as of the practical applications of
some basic concepts of physics.
Physics C lasses
Physics labs supplemented the theory taught in
classes. The phenomena observed by lab students
made them more conscious of our miraculous
world. The senior physics class above tinkers with
educational toys during an informal lab period.
Dana Beth Haak
Richard Graby James Grant
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Donna Heagy Mary Lou Hedrick
. Part in Hub-
What an extremely talented faculty! The trhannual
faculty assembly, in which the teachers entertain
the students, proved to be a treat for the entire
Ge or ge Hardick
John Heffner Pearl I-Iein
Charlie, assisted by Mr. Snavely, assumes the role
of maintenance supervisor for the day. Students were
made to feel the responsibilities included in the jobs
of those upon whom the smooth operation of the
Kenneth Hi t2
Carol assumes the vocal music teacher's position
during Huberub Day. Because of the cooperation
of the students and faculty the day was a big success.
Leon Hoch Donald Hoffer Carl Homing
Look at all that enthusiasm! Must be first period
Monday morning when everyone is suffering from
Sue Ellen Kauffman
James Hoste tter Lois Hostetter
Keith Kre amer
Music of the Church, madxigals, spirituals, folk
songs, and music of the stage were presented during
the spring choral concert entitled "Music in Our
Life. " The two projects of the chorus during the
school year are the Christmas program and the spring
concert. The Christmas program conveyed again the
annual theme of the story of the nativity. Both con-
certs brought satisfaction to both participants and
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Linda Leach Marilyn Light
Entrance into the chorus and glee Club is through
auditions. The glee club is open to chorus members
Who are interested in extending their vocal music
activities. Under The direction of Mr. Donald
Gingrich, vocal supervisor, the glee club sang at
churches, Clubs, and assemblies. Their part in the
spring concert was the informal singing of sea chan-
teys, madrigals, and folk songs. The concert clia
maxed with the singing of "The Music Man" by the
a z: nernj'
The glow of dim light, the fragrance of beautiful
flowers, the faint rustle of silk organza -- the even-
ing has finally begun. "Avril 51 Paris, " the theme of
A-C's prom povides a beautiful setu'ng for the biggest
formal dance of the year. Couples glide over the
dance floor to the heavenly music of the Don Peebles
Orchestra. Remember? How could you ever forget!
jn-Sr. Prom an
Donna Miller Janet Miller Joan Miller
Linda Miller Michael Miller
David Patton Robert Payetta Daniel Poorman
M any Seniors
As an asset to our track team and a prospect for
the future, Glen displays grace and form, as he
clears the bar. Our track team this year was tops
in the county. With the closing of another school
year underclassmen find a huge gap left in the field
of sports, as many senior athletes graduate.
Sheila Putt George Rankin
Enthusiastic spectators cheer our team to Victory at
the Lebanon Relay Carnival. In addition to de-
veloping sound minds and bodies interscholastic
competitive sports increase school spirit and help
students to acquire good sportsmanship and to
learn the importance of teamwork.
C arol Reddinger
Barb ara Reedy
In order to give students a well-round education
physical fitness is stressed along with scholastic
achievement. Because a limited number of stu-
dents participate in interscholastic sports, physical
education classes are scheduled in every student's
curriculum. Many activities are offered including
volleyball, tumbling, and baseball. The purpose
of this varied program is to develop student
cooperation and teamwork.
Physically F it Pupils
Brenda Rhoad Donna Rogers John Sanders
Maintaining a good scholastic standing becomes
more difficult each year. Seniors find require-
ments for graduation have increased and that
their study program must be adjusted accordingly.
Our school's facilities help students to meet these
requirements. Each student finds a specific
feature of the building that is especially fitted
for his own personal education needs.
Studies Not Neglected
Carol Scheib Joseph Schneider
F 1216! Day
May 29, 1964 was a date anticipated for many
weeks by senior high school students; Field Day,
sponsored by the Student Council, was held on
that Friday afternoon and evening. It marked the
climax of the school's social activities for the
Senior high students were given opportunities
during the week preceding Field Day to sign up
for the various athletic events held during the
afternoon. Students also served as officials and
John Stickler Gary Su'uphar
B ig S access
The Senior class and the Junior Class were the
main contenders for the first place title. The race
was close and exciting. With a tied score the
broad jump, the last event, was begun. To the
Juniors went the victory.
A dance held in the school gym followed the
Mixed emotions show on the faces of seniors, as
they solemnly lead the graduation procession
through the aisles of the auditorium and then onto
the stage. Graduation -- the grand finale of high
school life and the beginning of a future career.
Those in attendance listened to the commence-
ment address by Dr. John Tate, pastor of the
Market Square Presbyterian Church in Harrisburg.
Then an air of silence swept the auditorium as row
by row the senior class rose and Mr. James Kats-
nitz, president of the Board of Education, awarded
one hundred twenty two diplcfmas to the members
of the graduating class.
In the recessional the graduates seem to be sad to
leave their Alma Mater. Commencement is,
however, a beginning to the life for which the
high school years have prepared them.
Valerie Yeager Paulette S. Yorty
Ojfzbers and Advisors Lead Seniors
"There is not a moment without some duty, "
class officers discovered this year. But because
each of the officers had previous experience in
leadership, their duties were met and fulfilled.
Guiding the senior class through its final year
were Donna Heagy, secretary; Valerie Yeager,
treasurer; Eugene Habecker, president; and James
Mr. Richard Eshelman and Miss Mildred Myers,
class advisors, faithfully counseled the group for
three years. Through the effort and patience of
the officers and class advisors the members of the
class of 1964 can be proud of having achieved
success in their various activities.
WILLIAM DONMOYER "Bill"
General , . , Going 10 Technical School . . , Siege Crew 1.
PATRICIA ACHEY "Pm"
Academic . . , undecided luiure , , , Chorus 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus
1,2,3; Glee Club 3,- Senior Class Play 3; Tri-Cluss Play 3; Yearbook
2,3; Library A551. 1; FNA 1,2,3,
MARY ELIZABETH ALBERT "Mary"
Business Educciiion , , . luiure bookkeeper , , . Band 2.3.
JOHN R. BAINBRIDGE "Johnnie'i
Vocational . , , wants to be u beautician . . . Truck 1; An Eleciive
LARRY D. BENDER "BenderH
Agticulfure . . . mechanics will be his field . , . FFA 1,2,3.
1.1NDA BENDER "Linda"
Academic . . . uncerlain obaui her fmurc; . . . Honor Socieiy 3;
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, , FHA 1,2,3.
CHARLES BEREZICH "Skip"
Academic , . . luiure undecided . . . Truck 1; AM Elcclive 1,2;
Honor Sociciy 1,2; Class President 1; Class vice-presideni 2;
Cllcm151l'y Club 2.3,- Government Club 1,2.
EVELYN BLOCHER "Evelyn"
General . , . fuiure undecided.
DONALD BOESHORE "Dub"
Business Eclucoiion . , . his iuiure is undecided . , , Chorus 1,2,3;
Glee Club 1,2,3.
JUDITH BOGER "Judy"
Academic . . . plnns lo aliend college , . . Girls' Chorus 1,2,3;
Girlsi Buslqerbull 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Chocrlcnding 3; Honor So;
ciely 3; TrirHi-Y 1,2,3; FNA 1,2,3.
JOYCE EDNA BOLTZ "Joyce"
Business Educallon . . . luiure secreiury.
JAMES BOMGARDNER "Jim"
Business Eclumlion . . . uncertain future . . . Chorus 2.3; Bond
1,2,3; Varsiiy Basketball manager 2; Jr. Varsity manager 1,-
NANCY ANN BOMGARDNER "Nanty"
Academic . . , iuiure Nurse Chorus 3; Girls' Chorus 1,3; Tri-Hi-Y
1,2, Treasurer 3; FHA Chaplain 1, Treasurer 2.3; FNA 1,2,3.
JAY BOOKS "Jay"
VoculloncxlAgricUliUre...1U1ure cabinet maker . . , FFA 1,2,3.
AMMON BOYD "Ammon"
Vomiiunal Agriculture , . , fuvure cleciricion . . . Jr. Vorsily 1;
Track 2,3; Cross-Coumvy 2.3; FFA Reporicr 2,3.
KAV ANITA BOYER "Kaiie"
Academic , , . luiure Nurse . . , Girlsi Chorus 1,- Honor Socieiy 3;
Yri-Hi-Y 2,3; FHA 1.2, corresponding secrcimy 3,- FNA 1,2, Vice
PAUL BRANDT "Paul"
Vocniionnl Agriculiure . , . Fuiure Brellwrcn Volunieer Service , , ,
Chorus 1.2.3,- Glec C1013 3; Hull Pnirol 2,3; TrivCloss Play 2,3,-
FFA 1, Treasurer 2, Presideni 3.
EARL EDWIN BUCHMOYER "Chick"
Vocoiionul Agriculture . . . luiure Hershey Choc. Fociory worker
. . . Froieciionisi 1,2, Secretary 3; Stage Crew 2.
RACHEL CUTMAN "Frcnchie"
Business Educaiion . . , Heading for Thompson 1n5111u1e and Wes!
io B.Y.U. . . . FHA 2; Fuiure Teachers Club 2.
FAYETTA L. DAUB "Faye"
General . . . Bound 10 Business or Becvuiy School . , . Chorus
1,2,3; Mnioreiie 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,- Lilnmry Club 1; FHA
ROBIN DAUBERT "Robin"
Academic . . , A luiure beuulicion . . . Vursiiy Bcskeilmil 2,
Manager 3; Ar! Eleclive 1.
CAROL MAE DAVIS "Carol"
Business Educoiion . , . Headed lor Empire Beculy School . . ,
Girls' Chorus 1; Yearbook 3; Volleyball Inhumurals 2,3.
EDWIN DECHERT 115Wc61 Ed"
General . , . Future will be The Navy . , , Hull Puiml 1,2,3; Pro-
jectionisi 1,2,3,- Siage Crew 1,2,3; Phoiogrophy 2,3,
VINETTE DETWEILER "Cookie"
General , . , A future beouiicinn . . . Girlsi Chorus 1,- Ari Elec-
iive 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3; Phologrcplly Club 2.
SARA ANN EBERSOLE "Saran"
Academic , . , Future is a Social Worker , . . Tennis 1,- Tri-Hi-Y
2.3: FHA 1,2,3; FNA 1,2,3,
KENNETH ERDMAN "chei Ken"
General . , . Mechanics will be his future . . . Chorus 1; Art
ANNA JEAN ESTEP "Anna"
Academic . . . Chorus 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Girlsi Chorus 1,2,3; Tri-
Hi-Y 3; FHA 1,2,3; Drama Club 1,- Fuiure is Elementary leaching.
VIRGINIA lEE EUSTON "Ginny"
Business Education , . . fuiura is secreiuriol work . , . Maisreiie
1,2,3; Cheerleading 1,2,3; Yearbook 3,- Honor Socieiy 3.
CAROL ANN FASNACHT "Carol"
Business Educoiion , . . Fuiure will be a Business Secreiwy . . .
Chorus 1.2.3; Bond 1,2,3; Disiricl Chorus and Regional Chews 2;
Disirici Band 3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,- Glee Club 1,2,3; Newspaper
2; Y'enrbook 3,- Librory Club 1; Library Assi. 1.
GLEN D. HEBIG HZip"
General , . . Glen is college bound . , . Band 1,2,3,- Olcliesiro
1,2,3,- Donce Bond 1,2,3; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3, Captain,- Track
1,2,3; Soccer 2,3; President of Bond.
REBECCA LOUISE FRY "Becky"
Academic , . . Elemcnimy Teaching will be fuiure . , . Chorus
1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A, 1.2.3; Tennis 1,2,3;
Cheerleading 1,2,3; Hockey 1; Ari Elective 1,2; Sludenl Council
1,2,3, Secretary; Tri-Cluss Play 3,- Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
JOAN FRY "Joan"
Academic . . . Future will be P115. Ed. vencher or Journalism . . .
Band 1,2; Varsiiy Basketball 1,2,3; G.A.A. 12,3, Vice President,
Secremry; Tennis 1,2,3.
GLENN FUNCK "Glenn"
General , , . Fuiure undecided . . . FFA 1,2,3,
LARRV R. FUNK "Larry"
General . . . Fuiuro undecided.
GLORIA GlNGRICH "Gloria"
Academic . . . Elemeniory Teaching will be future . . , TrLClnss
Play 3; Yearbook 3,- Library Assv. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,- FNA 1,2,3.
RICHARD GRABY "Rick"
Business Education . . . Fuiure is undecided,
JAMES GRANT "Lucky"
Academic , , . Fuiure is c: Business Execuiive.
DANA BETH HAAK "Dunn"
Academic . . . lulure Nurse,
EUGENE B. HABECKER "Genel'
Academic . . . luiure Psyclmlogisl . , . Glee Club 1.2.3; Vai'sliy
ankeibcull 1.2.3; Junior Vorsily 1; Hall Puirol 3; Class omcer 2,
Presideni 3; Disirici Chorus; Stare Chorus; Franklin Snciefy.
GLENN HAlNS "Glenn"
Academic . . . luiure lawyer . . . Varsity Basketball 2,3, Stmisli-
ciun; Track 2,3, Siaiisiiciun; Cross-Couniry Smiisiician 3; Honor
Society 1,2,3, President; Siudem Council Vice Presideni 1; Senior
Class Play 3; Newspaper 2,3, CwEdiicr; Chemisiry Cluls 2.3, Sc:-
relury; Govcrnmeni Club 2,3; Franklin Socleiy 3.
MARYANN HANLEV "Maryann"
Business Educm'rion . , . lulure Commercial miisi , . . Chorus 2,3;
Girlsi Chorus 1,2,3; Ari Elective 1,2; Yearbook 3.
GEORGE G. HARDICK "George"
General , , . Wonis 10 be a future Mechanic , . . Chorus 1,2,3;
Band 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Soccer 1;Proieclion151 1,2,3,
DELLA HEAGY "Della"
Atudemlc . , . wants lo be on accouniam . . , Yearbock Senior
Ediior 3; FHA Vim Presideni 1,2,3.
DONNA HEAGY "Donna"
Academic , . . luiwe is in Elemeniory Educaiion . . . Chorus
1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 3; Class OBicer 2,3,- Ti'I-Closs
Play 3; FHA 1.2.
MARY LOU HEDRICK "Mary LOU"
Business Education . . . wunis 10 be an IBM operator , , . Bond
1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,- FHA 1,
JOHN HEFFNER "John"
Academic . . . wanis To be a Pwlessor of Mmlh 1 , . Art Elective
1,2; Honor Socievy 3,- TrLClass P1ny 2,- Newspaper Ari Editor 2,3;
Clxc-m My Club 3; Fuiure Teachers Club 2,3,- Govarnmem Club
President 1,2; Franklin Socieiy President
PEARL MARIE HEIN "3116130"
Academic 1 . . furure is undecided . . . Chorus 1,2,3; Bond 1,2,3
Secretary,- Orcheslro 1,2,3; Brass Choir 1,2,3; Glrlsl Chorus 1,2,3;
Glee Club 1,2,3; District Bond 1,2,3; District Orchestra 1,2
51mm Band 1,3; S1016: Orchesfra 2.
JEAN HERR "Jean"
General . 1.11er1u1ureis undecided . ,1FNA 3.
CHERYL HETRICK "Cheryl"
Business Educmion . 1 . wants to be an IBM operator . . . Chorus
1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; Library Club 1,2,3,- Library
Asst 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3,
MARK HEVERUNG "Mark"
General . 1 . wonls 10 be c lulure servicemun.
DELL JEAN HILTON "Dell"
Gcnerol . . . wonis lo become a beouliciun.
KENNETH MICHAEL HITZ "Mike"
Truck 1,2; TrLClass Play 3; Pioieciionisl 1,3 Secretary.
LEON HOCH "Leon"
Academic . 1 . fulure is undecided , , 1 Fuiure Teachers Club 1;
Biology Club 1; Junim Isaak Wallon League.
DONALD HOFFER IIDonu
Business Eclucaiion 1 . . will be u future Huck driver.
CARL HORNING "Carl"
Academic 1 , , will be a future Physics Teacher . . 1 Honor So;
cicfy 2,3; Chemistry Club 2,3 Vice Pres,- Franklin Socieiy 3 Vice
JAMES HOSTETTER "Jim"
Academic 1 1 . lulure docior . , . Chorus 1,2,3,- Bcnd Vice Pres.
123; Orclwslm 1,2,3,- Brms Choir 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Vors1ry
130 5112011 3; Junior Vorsily 1; Soccer 2,3; Volleylzoll 1,- Hall
Pairol 2,3,- Honor Society Vice President 1,2,3; Class 0mm 1.3
Vice Presklem; Yearbook 3 Smlcsmunager; Chemislry Club 2;
chor Society 1,2,3 Vice Pres.,- Future Teachers Club 3; Boys
LOIS EVELYN HOSTETTER "H0562
Business Education . . future Secreiory . . . Bond 1,2,3,- Orchesiro
2,3,- Glrls' Chorus 1; Sr. Hsuuor Sociery 2,3; Newspaper 3; Year;
lacok 3 Layout Editor; Lilnmvy Assv. 1.3; FHA 1,2,3; Phomgrophy
Club Searcmr'y 1,2; Clarinet Quar'et 3; District Bond 3.
RUDELL HUGHES "Rudell"
Academic . . . Fuiure career is in French . . . Girls1 Chorus 1,2;
Vmsiry Buskevboll Manager 1.3; GAA 1,2,3; Tennis 1; Hockey
1,2,3,- Art Eleciive 1; Honor Seder; Sr. Treasurer 2,3; Class
Ochr Secrclary 1; Senior Class Play 3; Tri-CIcnss Ploy Prop
Manager 3; Newspaper 2; lemry Club 1,- Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; Fulure
Teachers Club 1,3; Govemmem Club Setrctury-Treusurer 1,2,-
SUE ELLEN KAUFFMAN "Smellen"
Academic . 1 . A luiux'e nurse . . , Chorus 1,2,3; Girls' Charus
1,2,3; Glee Club 2.3; G.A.A, 1,2 Sucrermy 3; Tennis 1.2; Hockey
1,2,3 Comriplnin; Arr Elcclive 1.2; Honor Sociefy 1,2,3; TriAClass
Pliny 1,2,3 Property Manager,- Newspaper 2,3; Yearbook 3 Assismnr
Fdllor; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2 Tmosm'er, 3 Presidem; FNA 2,3,- Fulure Teachers
ARTHUR KELLER "Sweef Ar!H
General . . . Fuiwe is llcing an clccirician . . , Chorus 1,2,3;
Band 1,2,3; Track 3; Crosstounlry 2; Ar! Elective 1; Proiettionist
1; Stage Crew 1.
CAROL P. KLINE "Carol"
Academic , . , Will be a wonderful musk teacher 1 1 , Chorus
1,2,3,- Brmd 2,3,- Oi'clwesrra 1,2,3; Girlai Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club
2,3; Art Eleche 1; Fulure Teachers Club 2,3,- Clor1nct Chair 3;
Clarinet Quinlci 3; Disrrkl Orchestra 2.
SANDRA KLINE "Sandy"
General . . . Fumrc i5 in Beauty Culiure . . . Bond 1,2,3; Vorslty
Buskoiball 2,3 Manager; Library Club 1,2; Library Asst. 1; Color
CYNTHIA KRAYNlCK "Cindy"
General . . . Future will be tallege . . . Senior Class Play 3; Tri-
Cluss Play 3; FHA 3,
KEITH KREAMER l'Keill1"
Acudamic . 1 . Plans To be a Public Accouniunv . 1 1 Chorus 2,3;
Bond 1,2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Dance Band 2,3; Brass Chair 2,3,- Glee
Club 3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Tri-Cluss Play 3; Governmenl Club 1;
1.015 KRUGER "Lois"
Academic 1 . 1 A fuvure home economics Ieacher . . . Chorus 112,3;
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; Tri-Cluss Play 3; Yearbook 3,- FNA 1,2,31
LINDA LEACH "Lyn"
Business Education . . . A future secrelury 1 . . Senior Class Play
3; Trl-Class Play 3; Library Club 1,2; Library A351. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y
1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3.
MARILYN ELAINE LIGHT "Lyn"
Business Educalion 1 , . Plans 10 be a secreiory , 1 1 Chorus 1,2,3;
Band 1,2,3; Oxchesvra 3; Brass Choir 3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; FHA
PATRICIA ANN LONG "Pat"
Academic . . . Par is bouna for Hershey Junior College
Girls' Chorus 1,2; Arr Elecllve 1; Chemistry Club 3; FHA 1,2,3
Presidenv; Governmem Club 1.
TERRY LEE LONGENECKER "Loudmou'h"
General . . . Plans 10 be a Laboratory Technician . . 1 Proiec-
rionist 1,2,3 Treasurer; Baseball 2,3.
ROBERT LEE MARK "Hum'l
Academic . . . Future includes going to college 1 . . Chorus 1,2,3;
Bond 1,2,3 Treasurer; Brass Choir 1,2,3; Glee Club 2; Junior
Varsity 1,2; Cross-Counlry 3,- chll Polrol 1,2,3; S1udenv Council
3,- Hi-Y 1,2,3.
ROGER MAULFAlR "Rog"
General 1 . . Future will be an Army Career , . . Art Eleclive
1,2,- Ari Assislcxnr 1,2; Ser Crew 31
CHARLES McCONNELL "Chmlie"
General 1 . Plans in make 111:; Air Forte hls career . 1 . Stage
DONNA MILLER "Donna"
Academic . . , A future Medical Secreiury . , 1 Chews 1,2,3; Girls'
Churus 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,3; Cheerleading 1; Student Council 2;
Tri-Class Play 3,- Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; FNA 1,2,3.
JANET MILLER "Janet"
Academic , . . will be an English Teacher . . . Chorus 1,2,3;
G1rls' Chorus 1,2,3 Accompanist; Glee Club 1,2,3 Accomponlsi;
Tennis 1,2,- Honor Sociely 2.3; Senior Class Ploy 3; Yearbook 3
Editor; Tri-HiAY 1,3; Fuiure Teachers Club 1,3; Franklin Sociely 3;
Disirict and Regional Chorus 1,2,3.
JOAN M1LLER "Joanie"
Business Education . . . Fulure will include secrclariol work 1 . .
Junior Varsity Cheerleading 1; Vorsily Cheerleading 2; Tri-Hi-Y
LINDA MILLER "Linda"
General . . . Plans to be a Missionary 1 . . Ari Eleclive 1,2,3;
Trl-Class Play 2 Prompler; FHA 1,2,3; Drama Club 1; Fholography
MIKE MILLER "der Kopf"
Academic 1 , , Plans to be a leather , . . Varsity Baskavball 2;
Junior Varsity 1,- Soccer 2; Volleyball 1; Hall Palrol 2,3 CoCap-
lain; Honor Society 2,3; Senior Class Play 3; Fufure Teachers
RICHARD MILLER "Chuck"
Academic 1 , 1 Chuck is college bound . . . Chorus 1,2,3; Junior
Vursily 2; Track 1,2,3; Soccer 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3; Hall Fotrol
2,3; TrivClcss Play 3,- HivY 1,2,3 Chaplain; Fu1ure Teachers Club 3.
RUTH ANNE MILLER "Ruihie"
Academic . . . Fulure will be leothing , . . ChorUS 2,3,- Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3; Arr Eleclive 1,- Sfudent Council 2; Senior Class Play
3; TrLClass Play 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Future Teachers Club 3; Govern-
menl Club 112; Franklin Society Secretary and Treasurer.
RANDALL JAY MORGAN "Fee!"
General . . 1 Randy plans to further his educuilon 1 1 1 Chorus
1,2 3- Bond 1,2,3; Orclieslro 1,2,3; Dance Bond 1,2,3; Brass Cholr
1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Truck 1,2,3;
Soccer 1; Volleyball 1,2,3; Holl Patrol 3,- Senior Class Play 3;
Tri'Closs Play 3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,- Chemisiry Club 21
LEONARD MUMMA "Leonard"
Vocational Argicullure 1 1 . Looking lorword 10 being a game
warden . . 1 FFA 1,2,31
GAIL NICKLISS HNick"
Business Education . 1 . qure is becoming a secretary . . 1 Var-
sity Buskeibnll 1,2,3 Captain,- G.A1A. 2,3; Tennis 1; Hockey 1
Manager,- Honor Sociely 2,3; Siudeni Council 2.3 Treasurer,- News-
paper 2,3,- Yearbook 3; Library Club 1,2 VicsPresideni; Library
Asst 1,3; Trini-Y 2,3 Vice-Presideni.
DAVID PATTON "Dave"
Academic 1 1 . Dave is college bound . , 1 Chorus 2,3; Glee Club
2.3,- Truck 3; Soccer 112; Senior Class Play 3; Tri-Closs Ploy 1,2,3;
Hl-Y 1,2,3 Treasurer; Cliemisily Club 2.
ROBERT PAYETTA "Red"
General . 1 . Business Adminlsirmion will be Bob's iuiure . 1
DANIEL POORMAN "Donny"
General . . 1 BusinEsS Adminisirovion is planned for the iulure
. Chorus 3,- Boncl 1,2,3; Soccer 1,2,3,- TriCloss Play 3,- HLY
SHELIA MARIE PUTT "Red"
Business Education . . . Fuiure in'tludes being a secrelory . . .
Varsiiy Boskeiball 1,2,3; Library Club 1; Library A557. 1; FHA
GEORGE RANKIN "Geuige"
Academic 1 . . Fuiure is undecided.
BRENDA REDDINGER "Brenda"
Business Education . 1 . Plans 10 be a secretary . . . Girls' Chorus
1; Tennis 1; Honor Socieiy 3,- Newspaper 3,- Yeurbock 3; Tri-Hl-Y
2,3; FHA 1,2,3 Secreiory; FNA 21
CAROL REDDINGER "Carol"
Business Education . . . Plans 10 be a secrelary or go to business
school . . . Tennis 1; Honor Society 3; Newspaper 3; Yearbook 3;
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; FHA 112,3 Treasurer; FNA 2.
BARBARA ANN REEDY "Barb"
Academic . . . Plans to be a beouiiciun 1 1 . FHA 3; Tri-HisY
1,2,3,- Girls' Chorus 1; An Eleciive 1,2,31
BONITA lOUlSE REESE "Bonnie"
Business Educclion . . 1 Future will be in ihe Accouniing lield
1 , . Hockey 1,2,3; Yearbook 3; Tri-HisY 1,2,3,- Color Guard 1,21
GLORlA RHEN "Gloria"
Business Edumiion 1 . . Future includes being a sccreiory .
Band 1,2,3; Girlsl Chorus 1,- Volleylmll lniromurols 3; Newspaper
2,3,- Ysal'lzook 31
BRENDA JEAN RHOAD "B. J."
Academic . 1 . Plans to 1:1: cm interior Decorator . 1 1 Chorus
1,2,3,- Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 1.2.3; Tennis 3; Art Elective
3; Class Oiiicer 1 Treasurer; TrEACluss Play 2; Library A5511 1;
Tri-Hi-Y 1,3; FNA 3.
DONNA ROGERS "Shorty"
Business Educclion . . 1 Plans 10 be a Secretary 1 . 1 Shoriesl
girl in our class
JOHN SANDERS "Johnny"
General1 . . The Navy will be John's iurure 1 . . Track 3.
CAROLE SCHEIB "Carole"
General . . . Fulure includes being cx Beautician or a Secretary.
E. JOE SCHNEIDER "Joe"
Academic , . 1 Joe is College bound . 1 1 Chorus 1,2,3; Vcirsiiy
Basketball 1,2,3; Soccer 2,3,- Volleyboll 1,2,3; Crosstouniry 1:
Hall Patrol 1,2,3; Sludeni Council 1,2,3; Trl-Closs Play 3,- Hi-Y
DONALD R. SEAMAN "Don"
Academic . 1 1 Future will 130 In the Air Force . . 1 Soccer 2; Hall
Pnirul 1,3; Hanor Society 2,3; Newspaper 2; Photography Club 21
SUSAN SHANAMAN "Shanahan"
Academic . 1 1 A iulure psychologisl . . . Chorus 1,2,3; Band
1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Senior Class Play 3,-
TrLCloss Play 1; Library Club 3; Library Asst 1; TrLHi-Y 2.3;
Chemistry Club 1,- Dramc Club I.
DlANNE MAE SHEAF "Shoufer"
Business Educulion . . . Plans 10 be a legal secrelary 1 1 . Chorus
1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 2,3; Glrls' Chorus 1,2,3,- Vnrslly
Basketball 1,2,3,- Yearbook 3; FHA 1.
THOMAS SHENK "Tom"
Academic . , . Tom is college bound . 1 1 Track 1,2,3; CrossACoumry
1; TrFClass Play 3,- Hi;Y 1,2,3 Secretary; Chemistry Club 2 Treas-
LARRY SHUMAN "Lorry"
Academic . 1 . A fuiure hisiory siudeni 01 Elizabeihiown College
1 . . Volleyball 3; Photography Club 3.
LARRY lESTER SMITH "Scholar"
Business Educolion . 1 . Fulure will be in the Air Force 1 . 1 Chorus
1,2,3; Band 1,2,3;Orche$1ru 1,2,3; Hull Pairol 1,2,31
SANDRA lEE SMITH l'Suncly"
General . . . Fuiure is undecided . . . Color Guard 1,2,3; Vorsny
ankeiboll 1,2,3; G1A1A1 1,2,3; Tennis 1.2; Hockey 1,2,3.
MARIAN SNAVELY "Murlan"
Business Education . . . Plans to be a teacher . 1 , Chorus 1,2,31-
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,- Glee Club 1,- Yearbook 3; FNA 123
R. JOHN STICKLER "Stick"
General 1 . . Future will include being on Auiomcbile Mechanic.
GARY STRUPHAR "Gary"
Vocational Agriculture . . . Will enier the elecironics Held.
SANDRA SUTCLIFFE "Suds"
Academic 1 1 1 Plans 10 be a medical secreiury . . . Chorus 1,2,3;
Bond 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; Tennis 1,2,3; Hockey
2,3; Trircloss Play 3; Veorlsook 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3: FNA 1,2.
JAMES TICE 1'Jim"
Academic . . . Jim is college bound 1 . . Chorus 1,2,3,- Glee Club
3; Varsity Buskeiball 2,3; Junior Varsity 1; Track 1,2,3; Hall
Pairol 1,2,3; TriAClass Play 3; Hl-Y 1,2,3 Presideni; Boysl Quartet,
ALLEN TSHUDY "Tslwi"
Vocational Agriculiure . . . Allen will make ihe Navy his fu-
lure . 1 . Truck 1,2,3; Cross-Counlry 2; FFA 2,3.
BARBARA ANN WAMPLER "Barbl'
Business Education . . , Will be a Secreiury or is bound for
Gale lnsiiiule 1 . . Chorus 1,2,3; Giils' Chorus 1,2,3; Volleyball
intramurols 2,3; Yearbook 3; FNA 2,3.
ROBERT LEE WAMPLER "Bob"
Academic 1 . . Bola plans 10 be u Veierinoricn . . , Chorus 1,2,3;
Hull Patrol 1,2,3; Tri-Closs Play 3; Honor Society 3.
KATHRYN L. WILT "Kiliyl'
Academic . . . Fulure will be Nursing 1 1 . Chorus 3; Girls' Chorus
1,3; Tri-HLY 1,2 Carr1 Secretary, 3 Rec. Secretary; FNA 1,2,3
Presideni; Governmenl Club 1.
KENNETH RAYMOND WlTMER "W11"
Business Edumiion . . . Would like lo 122 0 Disc Jockey . . .
Chorus 1,2,3; Tri-Class Play 3; Proiecticnisi 1,2 Treasurer, 3.
KAREN YAKE "Karen"
Business Education 1 1 . Plans to eniei' Secretarial work 1 1 . Girls'
Chorus 2; Tri-Hl-Y 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3.
VALERIE YEAGER "Val"
Academic . . . Volis lulura will be in Social Service . . . Ari
Elective 1; Honor Sozieiy 1,2,3 Secielury; Siudeni Council 1
Candy Commiilee Co-Choirmun; Class Omcer 2,3 Treasurer,- Senior
Class Play 3; Tri-Class Play 1; Newspaper 2,3 Co-Ediior; Future
Teachers Club 11-Governmeniclub 1,2; Franklin Society,
PAULETTE SUZANNE YORTY l'Suzl"
Business Educcnicn . . . Fulure will be in Markei Research . . . Tris
KAY ZENGERLE "Kay"
Business Education 1 . . Plans to be a Commercial Artist or
Navel 1 1 . Vclleybull immmumls 1,2; Ari Elective 1,2,3; Ycarlmak
3 Art Edilor.
JESSEE S. ZIEGLER "Llfile Jess"
Agriculture 8- Acudemic 1 1 1 A career in Foresiry is planned
. . . FFA 1,2,3,- qudem Council 3 President.
ROBERT ZIEGLER "Bob"
Academic . . . B01: is laound lor Elizabeiliiown College . . . Junior
Vmsily 1 Manager; Triscluss Play 3; Proieciionisi 1 Treasurer, 2,3,-
Piioiogruplwy Club 112,3.
JORN ZIMMERMAN "Jorn"
Academic . . . Will be a future Librarian . 1 . Chorus 1,2,3; Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3,- Tri-Closs Play 3; Library Asst 1,3; Tri-HLY 3.
LARAlNE GAIL ZlMMERMAN "Zlm"
Academic 1 1 1 A future beuullcion . . . Chorus 1,2,3,- Bond 1,213;
Glrlsl Chorus 1,213; Tennis 1 Manager,- Hockey 1,2,3 Manager;
Ari Elective 1,2; TrLCIcuss Play 3; Library Asst. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
Donna and Jim
MOST QUIET MOST POPULAR
Leonard and Suzie Valerie and Joe
Dave and Ruth
Janet and Carl
CLA SS CLOWNS
Pat and Bob BEST MUSICIANS
Pearl and Larry Kitty and Randy
BEST PERSONA LITY
Valerie and Jesse
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED TALLEST AND SHORTEST
Janet and Carl Jim and Donna
Sandy and Danny
John and Kay
CONTRIBUTED MOST TO
BEST DRESSED BEST ATHLETES A. C. H. S.
Rudell and Randy Joe and Joan Becky and Jesse
Seniors led the procession to the
stage to the music of "Pomp
and Circumstance" played by
llll mum IIIIHIMMQ
" ' ' Miss Myers, organist.
Senior chorus members climaxcd
the choral activities by singing
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring. "
Senior Class president, Gene
Habecker, receives diploma from
Pearl Hein prepares for her part in
ANNVILLE-CLEONA HIGH SCHOOL
Organ Prelude - Allegro tTenth Organ Concertw Handel
Processional - Pomp and Circumstance ... ,.. .. . . . . Elgar
Mildred E. Myers, Organist
Hymn - Glorious Things 0f Thee ure Spoken
Invocation .. . .. Tm: REVEREND 1mm A. SHUMAN
Pastor, Mk. Wilson Church of the Brctlucn
Senior Class President
Address of Welcome
Choral Section - jesu, joy of Man's Desiring .............................. Bach
Senior Chorus directed by Donald Gingrich
Mildred Myers, Organ; janet Miller, Piano
Introduction of Speaker M. L KEIM
9 Address Dn. jam: TATE
Pastor, Market Square Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
French Horn 5010 - Andnnuno .. Klaun
Pearl HeLn; Janet Miller, Accompanist
Pruentnh'on of Class ................................................ RICHARD H. Gmcman
High School Principal
JAMES T. KAnanz
President, Board of Education
Annvilleleoua School District
Hymn - Dear 10rd and Father of Mankind
r ' of r;
n 2- u Tm: loan A. Suumm
n . u - Marche n Gounod
' Audience Standing
American Legion Award Highest Honors in Class Loxs Hosm-rnsn
Annvillc Businessmen's Association Award
2nd Highest Honors in Class GAIL. NICKLXSS
Annville Reading Circle Award for Excellence in Englixh JANET MILu-Tn
ACES Award 7. V. RUTH ANNE MILLEn
Bausch and Lamb Science Award .. . CARL HDIKNINO
Business Education Awards
shorthand . .V
Outstanding Student in Course
.V .. DONALD Bonsnom:
. .. Lois Hos'nzn'uu
. SARA ANN Emansou:
Betty Crocker Homemaking Award
Joseph H. and Emma R. Westenbcrgcr Mama
Home Econumics ........
.. t JESSE 21:1ch
Mathematics Association of America Award ............................ Cam. Honsmc
Lebanon County Republican Committee Award for Excellence in
Problems of Democracy ............................................... JANE: MILLER
Modern Foreign Language Award ...................................... Runsu. chnas
Danforlll Foundalion and Cleona Woman's Club Awards VALEMQ Yemen
............................. JANE! MILLEn
Annville Rotary Club Service Awards
VFW Auxiliary Essay Prizes ................................................ EUGENE HAEECKER
Annvillc-Cleonu Kiwanis Club Courtesy Awards .................... VALEnu: Yawn!
WCT U P ' ' -. Awaxds JANET MILLER
DAR Good Citizen Award VAunm: Yuczn
Class of '62 Service Award
Cleans Woman's Club Cirl-of-Khe-Year t
Lebanon Valley Kiwanis Athletic Scholarship Award SUE ELLEN KAUFFMAN
. DONNA 1'1ch
May 31, 1964 e 7716 End
and Yet the Beginning!
Another senior class leaves Annville-Cleona to join past graduates in a realm of
memories. Their names will appear before the eyes of many in the years to come, for
they are the future. Throughout the school year, students are trained and educated
with one purpose in mind -- to become good citizens who will work for humanity and
and friends have hopes for
each graduate, because they
put a little bit of themselves
into every student. Each word
of encouragement, each hour
of directed classes or extra-
curricular activities places
imprints on the young person
with whom they are working.
The school functions with the
hope that A-C graduates may
go forth to reach goals even
higher than those reached in
the past and to establish
records for which the school
may hail its alumni.
a better nation and
UNDER CLA SSMEN
FIRST ROW: Dale Achenbach, Carl Albert, Carol Allwein, Lisa Aumack, Michael Bartley,
Richard Beard, Elaine Berezich, Kenneth Berkheimer. SECOND ROW: Richard Bixler, Carol Blantz, Brenda
Blouch, Ann Bollinger, Charles Bomgardner, Sandra Bomgardner, Barbara Bowman, Carol Bowman, Richard
Bowman. THIRD ROW: Donna Boyer, Miriam Brandt, Susan Brewer.
Left to right: Richard Beard, president; Timothy Miller, Vice
president; Janet Shirk, secretary; Eloise Loy, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Joan Bucher, Allen Bucks, Russell Chadwick, Judith Cook. SECOND ROW: Sally Cox, Cheryl
Croce, Darlene Custer, Jean Degler, Maurie DiEnno, Benjamin Dohner, Donna Dupler, THIRD ROW: Anita
Ebersole, Nancy Ebersole, Nelson Ebersole, Mary Ann Ehrnfield, Dana Ellenberger, Doris Elliott, Cynthia
Ensminger, John Ensminger, Donald Eshleman.
Eleanor Fake, Linda Femsler,
William Fidler, Eleanor
Fisher, Jane Foltz, Carl
Ann Frederick, Patrick Funk,
Calvin Gardner, Cathy Ging-
rich, John Gingrich, Martha
Helen Graby, Brenda Granger,
Christine Hackman, Harry
I-larbaugh, Ralph Hamer,
Wade Hartman, I-Ielen Hawry-
luk, RuthHeagy, Marlin
Hedrick, Jean Heilman,
Russell Herr, Kenneth
Hershey, Larry Hipp, ClifA
ford I-Iixson, Becky H012,
James Hudson, Jean Kepley,
Rosemary Kless, Kristen
Kreamer, Joanne Kreider,
Michael Kreiser, Karl Landis,
Richard Lasher, Ernest Lavine,
Mareda Light, Conrad Liles
Jacob Long, Karen Long,
Richard Loose, Larry Loser,
Eloise Loy, Dale Magni.
Earl Marshall, Donald Martin,
John Martin, Sharon Maul-
fair, Kenneth Meyer, Sandra
Diane Miller, Ellen Miller,
John Miller, Timothy Miller,
Carolyn Nickliss, Richard
Nancy Sanderson, James
Schaeffer, Richard Scheaffer,
Michael Schmalzer, Barbara
Sellers, Sandra Shaddock.
Thomas Shade, Kay Shanaman,
Thomas Shanaman, Jane
Shenk, Janet Shirk, George
Annette Tarbet, Roxanne
Teahl, Eric Tienter, Kenneth
Turner, Linda Ulrich, Robert
Robert Vogelsong, Marian
Walters, Emest Weaber,
James Weaber, Linda Weaber,
Robert O 'Donel, Donna Oliver,
Terry Osborne, Robert Peiffer,
Victor Peters, Larry Plasterer.
Diane Poorman, Fred Pruitt,
Patricia Ranch, Jane Remesnik,
John Risser, Cassandra Roush.
. 2.3:. -.
Robert Simmons, John Slay-
baugh, Donald Smith, Donna
Smith, Edward Smith, Lamar
Marilyn Snavely, Ann Sollen-
berger, Gerald Speece, Roh-
land Stager, Susan Stober,
Earl Weaver, Richard Weik,
Carlin Wenger, Michael
Wentling, Jennifer Wert,
Jacob Winters, Curtis
Wise, Vicki Wise, Glenn
Wright, John Yorty, Gary
FIRST ROW: Darrell Baldwin, Robert Basehore, Doyle Blanch, Linda Blauch, Kathleen Boeshore, Ruth Bollinger,
Barbara Bomgardner, Jeffrey Bowman, Ingrid Bretzius. SECOND ROW: Ellsworth Brightbill, John Bryce, Stanley
Bucher, Theresa Carroll, Barbara Chadwick, Kathy Chamberlin, Bradley Coleman.
Left to right: Douglas Hemperly, vice president; Andrea DiEnno,
secretary; Brian Kruger, president; Susan Stark, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Kenneth Comins, Lee Condran, Robert Cooper, Judy Dechert, James DeLong, Marian Diem.
SECOND ROW: Andrea DiEnno, David Dissinger, Ray Doutrich, Suzanne Dull, Sandra Dunn, Gary Embich,
Alice Estep, Carl Fake, Linda Fake. THIRD ROW: Mervin Fansler, Edgar Femsler, Valerie Fine, Jane Fink-
biner, Carolyn Fox, James Fox, Michael Fry, Jean Gerber, Clyde Gingrich.
Neil Graby, Sandra Granger, John Grier,
James Gross, Jon Gruber.
Adrian Haak, Donna Hanlon, Harold Hart-
man, Elva Heagy, Norma Heeter.
Gary Heilman, Douglas Hemperly, Dianne
Herr, Lorraine Hertzog, Susan Hetrick
Debby Hixson, Jerry Hoover7 Lois Horn,
Edgar Horst, Mary Hostetter.
Sandra Hostetter, Ernest Howell, James
Kinney, Paul Kline, William Kramer.
Frederick Kreamer, Stefanie Kreamer,
Jean Kreider, Patricia Kreider, Brian
Donna Lasch, Irma Lentz, Sally Lentz,
David Lohrer, Bonita Long.
joyce Loy, Julia Maurer, Pat McConnell,
Dennis McDonaldson, Carol Mease.
James Meyer, Barbara Miller, Bonita
Miller, Brian Miller, Carrie Miller.
Clyde Miller, Dennis Miller, Kenneth
Miller, John Mohnshinc, Sherman Mohn-
Darlene Meyer, Ralph Nissley, Donald
Peiffer, Sallyann Peters, Linda Poorman.
Glenn Reigle, John Reitz, Jane Rice,
Lois Risser, Cathy Rohland.
Kenneth Rohland, Marie Ruber, Faye
Sattazahn, June Sauder, Barbara Schaeffer.
Andrew Schaffner, Philip Schneider,
Lynette Schwalm, Kenneth Sellers,
Aubrey Shenk, Bonita Shuey, Thomas .
Snavely, Susan Stark, Carol Stephen.
Wayne Strasbaugh, Rose Tavani, David
Thompson, Jessica Tice, James Uhrich.
Sallie Uhrich, Michael Vaovich, Dennis
Wampler, Arthur Wartluft, Claire Watson.
Barbara Weaver, Donald Weaver, Bonita
Weidler, Cheryl Weimer, Vicki Wengert.
Carol Whitman, Susan Wildasin, Gary
Winters, Robert Witmer, Earl Wolfe,
Gerald Yake, Nancy Yeagley, Melvin
Young, Robert Young, Jean Zimmerman,
C arl Bomgardner
C arole Ehrhart
C arol Kleinfelter
F feshman C lass
E ighth Grade
Sue Ellen Bowman
Rose Mary Dillard
C arol Lehman
Barbara Jo Keller
Mary Jane Elliott
Erma Jean Diem
C arolyn Poorman
junior High Class OJjQ'cers
Left to Right: President, Guy
Hitz; Vice President, Harold
Habecker; Secretary, Brenda
Baylor; Treasurer, John
Left to Right: Treasurer,
Cathy Nissley; Secretary,
Karen Kreamer; Vice
President, Patricia Good-
man; President, Kent
Left to Right: Secretary,
Wendy Bates; President, Holly
Aumack; Vice President,
Sidney Hostetter; Treasurer,
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Sr. Student Council SEATED: J. Schneider, 8, Wildasin, D. Achenbach, G. Nickliss, J. Ziegler, R. Fry, R.
Mark. STANDING: F. Sattazahn, S. Peters, M. Fry, C. Gingrich, D. Martin, K. Kreamer, M. Brandt, Miss
Demacracy - Student
The senior high school student
council is the most important stu-
dent organization in the Annville-
Cleona High School. This group
takes the responsibility for plan-
ning and executing 0r assisting with
all assembly programs, the lost
and found department, the student
handbook, daily announcements,
Student parking, social functions,
and numerous other activities
which influence the well -being of
the student body.
The council is consulted by the
faculty and administration on mat-
ters pertaining to student welfare
Lost? Found? Miriam takes charge of
any articles misplaced on school
"Attention please for your 8:15 announcements! " Dale and Don keep
us well informed of our daily activities.
ANNVILLE- CLEONA 1
Paul, representing the student body, advises Cathy, "Over there please! " Bob co-ordinates all school
a council member, on the revision of the student traffic activities.
Snowball Court: SEATED J. Schneider tKingL R. Fry tQueenL
V. Yeager, D. Achenbach tPrinceL C. Gingrich tPrincessL D.
a B ig Success
Dancing, entertainment, and fine music
marked this year's Snowball, a major project
of the Student Council. The highpoint of the
evening was the crowning of the King and
Queen, Joe Schneider and Becky Fry. They
and their court reigned over the festive ac-
tivities which made the Snowball successful.
Miss Witmeyer, advisor, worked industriously
throughout the year to insure the Council's
success. Some highlights of the Council's
program were the exchange assembly, Hub-
a-Dub Day and the Fall Festival.
STANDING: M. Fry, C. Rohland, J. Ziegler,
Heagy, J. Tice, K. Kreamer, D. Magni.
Scholarship and Service
Encouraged by Honar Sacz'ety
Enthusiasm for superior
scholarship, development of loyal
school citizenship, desire to faith-
fully serve the school, community,
and country, promotion of trust-
worthy Character in pupils in A-C
High School have been the purposes
for the establishment of the Ann-
Ville-Cleona Chapter of the National
Senior Honor Society. As a service
organization it engages in such ac-
tivities as maintaining the weekly
calendar announcement board, serVe
ing as ushers and guides, conduct-
ing assemblies, decorating the lobby
and other area of the school for the
holidays, and other worthwhile causes
National Senior Honor Society SEATED: C. Hackman, L. Aumack, G. Nickliss, V. Yeager, J. Hostetter, S.
Kauffman, R. Hughes, L. Hostetter, J. Miller STANDING: D. Martin, D. Seaman, C. Homing, K. Kreamer,
C. Berezich, D. Achenbach, M. Miller, K. Meyer, C. Wenger, K. Kreamer, M. Brandt, Mrs. Bixler tad-
Yearbook Staff SEATED: D. Sheaf, S. Kauffman, J. Miller, L. Hostetter, G. Gingrich STANDING: B.
Reddinger, M. Hanley, B. Wampler, D. Heagy, C. Reddinger, L. Kruger, V. Euston, C. Davis. THIRD
ROW: M. Snavely, C. Fasnacht, G. Nickliss, L. Shuman, S. Sutcliff, G. Rhen, B. Reese, P. Achey, S.
Lois Hostetter, the layout editor, checks the
arrangement of senior pictures.
From the beginning to end, prepar-
ing a yearbook is one big job. Pictures
have to be taken, copy has to be
written, layouts must be planned, and
ads must be sold. When this is com-
pleted, editors are faced with the
checking and rechecking of every item.
Conducting the sales campaign and soliciting for Sue Ellen Kauffman and Janet Miller, assistant editor
patrons, Jim Hostetter serves as our business manager. and editor, coordinate the entire publication.
Senior editors, Lois
Kruger 21nd Della
Hcagy, compile the
Newspaper Staff ROW 1: C. Wenger, S. E. Kauffman, C. Hackrnan, V. Yeager, J. Heffner, M. Brandt,
L. Ulrich. ROW 2: B. Watson, D. Fine, S. Lentz, C. Fox, J. Tanno, J. Heffner, 5. Cox, J. Shirk. ROW 3:
A. Sollenberger, C. Mease, T. Carroll, B. Chadwick, C. Reddinger, B. Reddinger, L. Hostetter. ROW 4:
Miss Sutter tadvisorL J. Gingrich, J. Tom, A. DiEnno, G. Nickliss, G. Rhen. ROW 5: R. Beard, K. Miller,
KY6 Shall Know the Truthh
Writing, proofreading, and fitting
news articles, the DUTCHMEN
CRIER staff members work diligently
to complete copy before the deadline.
Each year Aggie answers letters
written by the CRIER readers, the
A-C COLORIN' BOOK portrays the
lighter side of our school, and staff
reporters present all the facts and
happenings of our high school life.
Newspaper Typists ROW 1: G. Nickliss,
L. Hostetter, G. Rhen, C. Blantz, R.
Heagy. ROW 2: B. Reddinger, C.
Reddinger, D. Dupler, H. Graby, D.
Special Editors SEATED: J. Heffner,
V. Yeager, G. Hains. ROW 2: L.
Hostettcr, J. Shirk, M. Brandt, C.
chger, C. Hackman, S. Cox, J.
Hcffncr, J. Gruber. ROW 3: R. Beard,
J. Gingrich, A. Sollenberger, S.
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I-Iall Patrol: lst ROW: E. Dechert, D. Seaman, L. Smith, M. Miller. 2nd ROW: R. Wampler, J. Hostetter,
J. Schneider, R. Miller, J. Tice, P. Brant, R. Mark, E. Habeckcr, C. Berezich. 3rd ROW: D. Sellers, M.
Wentling, G. Young, E. Fernsler, J. Reitz, G. Heilman, J. Martin. 4th ROW: K. Forney, D. Martin, B.
Kruger, E. Weaber, D. Achenbach, N. Graby, M. Fry.
Keep It Down
"Keep to the right!" "Single file!" 7 '. i
The hall patrol directs the orderly flow '
of traffic through our halls. It is made
up of senior high school boys who have
been nominated by the members of the
club and are approved by the faculty.
On Hubea-Dub day selected girls took
the boys' job of hall patrol. It proved to
be an interesting day for everyone When
administrators, faculty members, and
hall patrols surrendered their jobs to the
"It is our purpose
to create, maintain,
and extend throughout
the home, school, and
community high stand-
ards of Christian char-
sponsors a Christmas
Dance and supports the
March of Dimes cam-
paign each year.
Tri-Hi-Y SEATED: K. Kreamer, K. Wilt, G: Nickless, S. Kauffman, N.
Bomgardner, J. Shirk, J. Miller. STANDING: D. Boyer, S. Ebersolc, C.
Stevens, D. Moyer, B. Rhoad, R. Tavani, B. Miller, S. Wildasin, B. Fry,
S. Shanaman. ROW 3: A. Yorty, V. Fine, 5. Brewer, D. Hank, J. Zimmer-
man, J. Miller, R. Hughes. ROW 4: A. Frederick, J. Shenk, S. Peters, P.
Long, A. Estep, L. Leach, G. Gingrich, K. Boyer, E. Fisher, C. Nickliss,
I. Bretzius, B. Chadwick, A. DiEnno, S. Kreamer, V. Wenger. ROW 5: C.
Reddinger, B. Reddinger, J. Degler, L. Bender, L. Zimmerman, B. Miller,
K. Yake, J. Boger, S. Sutcliffe, B. Reedy, Mrs. Keller advisory
Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Extend Their Services
Hi-Y SEATED: D. Poorman, R. Miller, T. Shenk, J. Tice, G. Young, D. Patton,
R. Morgan. STANDING: B. Mark, J. Schneider, G. Speece, B. Fidler, E. Lavinc,
C. Berezich, G. I-Ieilman, B. Vogelsong. ROW 3: D. Achenbach, D. Eshclman, L.
Plasterer, D. Magni, P. Funk, B. Kruger, J. Slaybaugh, C. Wise. ROW 4: B. Donner,
M. DiEnno, M. Kreiscr, C. Gardner, G. Landis, J. Long, A. Haak, A. Schaffncr.
ROW 5: J. Hudson, H. Harbaugh, J. Reitz, G. Rankin, Mr. Gerber tadvisory
The Hi-Y, a
by the Y.M.C.A.,
believes in clean
minds, and clean
living. Its pur
pose is the same
as that of the
For their goal the
Future Homemakers of
America endeavor to
promote a growing
realization of the home
and the duties assoc1-
ated with it. The purpose
of the club is to make
better citizens and to
train homemakers for
the future. Under the
instruction of Mrs.
Hixson the members at-
tempt to further their
interests in home eco-
nomics by promoting an
appreciation of modern
homemaking methods .
Future Homemakers of America SEATED1J. Tice, C. Reddinger, D. Heagy,
P. Long, B. Reddinger, K. Boyer, R. Heagy. ROW 2: Mrs. Hixon tadvisort,
S. Ebersole, D. Moyer, M. Ehrnfield, L. Kruger, L. Fernsler, V. Detweiler,
C. Roush. ROW 3: S. Putt, A. Estep, L. Bender, B. Reedy, D. Haak, L.
Leach, F. Daub, C. Kraynick, L. Hostetter. ROW 4: N. Bomgardner, K.
Shanaman, D. Boyer, B. Shuey, M. Light, B. Sellers, D. Custer, A. Eber-
sole, C. Allwein. ROW 5: S. I-Ietrick, K. Hostetter, E. Heagy, J. Degler,
D. Smith, B. Miller, K. Yake, L. Miller, C. Hetrick, A. Estep, L. Blauch,
E. Fake, C. Blantz.
Students Prepare for Future
Future Farmers of America ROW 1: K. Sellers, J. Meyer, J. Ziegler, P. Brandt, A.
Boyd, C. Forney, A. Tshudy, E. Heagy. ROW 2: D. Wampler, G. Hitz, C. Bom-
gardner, C. Bomgardner, L. Hemperly, A. Bucks, R. Kreider, Mr. Boyer tadvisory
ROW 3: J. Fox, R. Lasher, J. Risser, K. Hershey, C. Albert, L. Bender, E. Boyd,
N. Craby, T. Mumma. ROW 4: D. Patches, D. Patches, C. Martin, R. Bowman,
F. Custer, J. Books, T. Dupal, D. Fulton, N. Ebersofe, S. Bucher, J. Yorty.
of the Future
F armers of
America for a
career. The club
is open to all
and Senior boys
who are interested
Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Boyer
they endeavor to
prepare for a
85 successful future.
Chemistry Club ROW 1: R. Homer, J. Schaffer, H. Whisler, A. Fredrick. ROW
2: Mr. Treichlerh advison, T. Shcnk, H. Hawryluk, H. Whisler, A. Sollenbcrger.
ROW 3: G. Hains, C. Homing, C. Berezich, L. Hipp, J. Heffncr, V. Peters,
T. Shanaman, C. Hixon.
Club encourages an
interest in science
by making available
tion through lectures
and Visual aids. The
members, who must
be juniors maintaim
ing a B average, exe
periment in the
various fields of SCle
Interest Developed in the Sciences
All girls interested
in pursuing the nursing
profession are eligible
for membership in the
Future Nurses' Club.
Throughout the year the
girls sew cancer dress-
ings, view nursing films,
hear lectures by pro-
fessional nurses, and
visit and tour hospitals.
Future Nurses Club ROW 1: P. Achey, J. Bucher, K. Wilt, K. Boyer, M.
Gingrich, S. Kauffman, F. Fingrich. ROW 2: M. Snavely, B. Rhoad, N.
Bomgardner, S. Ebersole, E. Miller, D. Boyer,
D. Oliver, A. Frederick.
ROW 3: E. Berezich, B. Wamplcr, M. Snavely, J. chlcr, D. Haak, A.
Sollenberger, Miss Keene hadvisory ROW 4: H.
Smith, J. Shank.
Hawryluk, C. Gingrich, D.
the G.A.A. mem-
bers tgirls who
participate in two
varsity sports or
lenge one another
as teams in many
sports. Playing bas-
ball, and, the girls
Girls' Athletic Association KNEELING: E. Loy, R. Fry, R. Hughes, 8. Sutcliff,
S. E. Kauffman, G. Nickliss, S. Smith, J. Fry, S. Stark, S. Brewer. STANDING:
K. Kreamer, E. Fisher, B. Chadwick, B. Granger, C. Gingrich, Mrs. Petroskie
tadvisort, L. Schwalm, S. Petals, K. Long, D. Smith, J. Shirk, F. Sattazahn.
Gals and Guys Take Part in Activities
Projectionists ROW 1: E. Buchmoyer, E. Dechert, E. Weaber, B. Peiffer, T.
Longenccker, K. Hitz, B. Ziegler. ROW 2: P. Kline, N. Graby, E. Houser,
R. Trauunan, B. Tienter, E. Tienter, D. Stoner. ROW 3: B. Haak, M.
Vanovich, B. Coleman, E. Howe, E. Horst, B. Kreider. ROW 4: S. Bucher,
B. Weaber, D. Magni, G. Hardick, K. Witmer, D. Weaber, Mr. Swingholm
Any classes wishing
to view films may call
upon the members of
the Projectionists' Club.
These boys willingly
operate the visual aid
equipment for both class-
rooms and assemblies.
Teachers can save time
and energy because of
the continuous co-oper-
ation of this organized
of the Library
Club is to im-
prove our school
arouse enthusi- ,
asm for reading, 5, ,. '- - -. e
and to provide . " ' f! . .
the school with
service. In ad- . N
dition to learning . l j
all about the
library, its parts,
and its purpose,
how to repair
The also create
bOOkS. Bowman, D. I-Iixon, S. Hetrick.
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Library Club ROW 1: C. Hetrick, C. Croce, J. Remesnik, C. Nickliss, J. Wert, D.
Poorman, R. chss. ROW 2: N. Yeagley, F. Garrison, C. Swingholm, S. Blanch, G.
Garrison, B. Shucy, C. Stephen, L. Weabcr. ROW 3: L. Poorman, D. Dupler, A.
Brcidcnstinc, D. Elliot, R. Teahl, S. Dull, B. Fake. ROW 4: J. Loy, L. Risscr, B.
Students Assist in Care of Library
Library Assistants ROW 1: E. Fake, C. Blantz, C. Hetrick, J. Zimmerman,
G. Nickliss, L. Hostettcr, L. Wcaber. ROW 2: D. Kelly, N. Sanderson,
D. Duplcr, J. Wcrt, D. Elliott, R. Tcahl, C. Croscc, B. Shucy, C.
Stephen, B. Fake, R. ch55. ROW 3: K. Kerkeslager, J. Kcrchcr, S. Boltz,
J. Shank, P. Baum, E. Miller, S. Micozzi, P. Bates, J. Loy, S. Hetrick,
D. Herr, B. Blouch. ROW 4: D. Smith, L. Hipp, D. Thompson, 5. Mile
ligan, K. Long, C. Nickliss, J. Remcsnik, B. Bowman, H. Graby, J.
Krcidcr, C. Mcasc, T. Carroll, Y. Miller. ROW 5: A. Achcy, C. All-
wcin, C. FoxJ R. Hcagy, E. Hcagy, J. Saudcr, M. Zimmerman, B.
Miller, S. Funk, J. Cramcr, S. Bainbridge, C. Plasterer, S. Bowman,
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As new books come into
the library, all assistants
pitch in to catalogue the
books and their jackets,
and to put card pockets,
catalogue numbers, and
date due papers in the
books. Helping in the library
during their free time,
these girls render a valu-
able service to the school.
ning to enter the
sion gain con-
at the meetings
of the Future
With the aid of
dents learn what
to expect in their
Each year mem-
bers gain ex-
perience by aid-
, . . ing teachers in
Future Teachers of Amenca ROW 1: J. Hostetter, S. Brewer, J. Slnrk, E. Flsher, R. . -. .
Wampler. ROW 2: R. Unger, 5. Cox, B. Weaver, E. Loy, J. Ensminger, F. Sattazahn. VElI'lOUS f1e1ds Of
ROW 3: P. McConnell, J. Miller, R. Hughes, B. Chadwick, R. Miller, S. Peters, study.
C. Kline. ROW 4: C. Fox, A. DiEnno, D. Lasch, J. Heilman, B. Granger, L. Amnack,
M. Miller, J. Heffner, C. Roush, C. Hackman, Mr. Martintadvisory
Discussions F ormulate
Constructive I deas
Franklin Society ROW 1: E. Habeckcr, R. Beard, V. Yeager, R. Hughes,
J. Miller, G. Hains, J. I-Ieffner, R. Miller, C. Homing.
Debating and discuss-
ing world, national, and
personal problems, the
Franklin Society exercises
the right to freedom of
speech with creative and
intensive thinking. Ruled
by a strict code of by-laws,
members are chosen upon
agreement of the society.
Stage Crew ROW 1: R. Basehore, E. Tienter, E. Deckert, C. McConnell, R. Maulfair, K. Bowman, F. Pruitt.
ROW 2: G. Riegle, T. Pieffer, j. Seyfert, H. Harbaugh, K. Berkheimer, T. Snavely. ROW 3: A. Miller, B.
Whisler, T. Yake, F. Moore, R. Pieffer, R. Schaffer. ROW 4: W. Hartman, R. Bowman, N. Ebersole, Mr.
Etchberger advisorL J. Hartman, D. Pieffer.
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Members of the Stage Crew prepare sets for plays, help with lighting,
arrange props for assemblies, and give general assistance when it is
Glimpses quub-a-Dub Day
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Senior Play Cast SEATED: J. Ziegler, D. Patton, V. Yeager, M. Miller, R. Miller, M. Tanner, L. Leach.
STANDING: R. Morgan, G. Hains, J. Miller, P. Achey, B. Rhoad, C. Craynick, S. Shanaman, R. Hughes.
WDapa 15 AZ? A Big Success
Seniors Visit Paris in A pril
Tri-Class P1ay:A. Sollcnbcrgcr, K. Kreamer, K. Krcamer, J. Gross, P. Schneider, J. Bucher, F. Sattazahn,
R. Wamplcr, L. Smith, C. Gingrich, P. Brandt, J. Gingrich, C. Hackman, D. Loehr, J. Zeigler, R. Miller,
D. Patton, J. Ensmingcr, W. Strasbaugh, J. Grubcr, R. Unger, K. Meyer, K. Witmer, S. Bucher.
Large Cast Presents
cLinc0ln in Illinoz'fj
F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure Team FIRST ROW: K. Sellers, J. Zeigler,
P. Brandt, R. Krcider. SECOND ROW: G. Hitz, C. Forney, R. Lasher, J. Fox.
Informing clubs and
organizations of proper
the Parliamentary Prm
cedure Team placed first
in Lebanon County and
fourth in regional con-
tests. The team willingly
advises all clubs in our
school which are con-
cerned with business
District Band Representatives SEATED: D. Baldwin, D. Ellenberger, T. Ellenberger, L. Smith, L. Hostctter,
C. Fusnacht. ROW 2: L. Loser, P. I-Icin, B. I-Ioltz, A. Shank, N. Hector, D. Oliver, D. Dengler, R. Hartman.
ROW 3: K. Krcumer, F. Kreamer, F. Custer, J. Gingrich, G. V'Vinters, L. I-Iemperly, M. Bartley, E. Fcrnsler,
Music represents one's feelings, as a stu-
dent represents his school. Many students
have represented AeC in various band and
choral concerts throughout the year.
On February 6, 7, 8, 1964 the Southern
District Band Festival was held at our school. Dimict Chorus Re resentativcs- J Hostetter
The profits from this project J. Miller; G. Habgcker. ' ' t
were added to our growing
organ fund. Mr. Vaclav Nelye
bel, a native of Czechoslovakia
and now an American Citizen,
was the guest conductor. He
has conducted many prominent
orchestras and prior to entering
the United States held the
position of Music Director and
Conductor of Radio Free
Mr. William Lemon, 11v
strumental supervisor at A-C,
was the coordinator of most of
the District Band's activities.
It was a genuine pleasure for
us to have our school act as
hOSt for the 1964 SOUthern Vaclav Nclybel William Lemon
District Band. 93
Band Front KNEELING: V. Euston,
J. Shank, F. Daub. STANDING:
J. Maurer, J. Shirk, M. Rueber,
S. Lena, C. Fox, D. Smith, S.
Smith, K. Kreamer, S. Kline,
C. Nickliss, J. Wert.
IS a common practice
among the AwC band
Clarinets ROW 1: C. Kline,
C. Hetrick, L. Smith, G.
Rhen, S. Sutcliff, M. Hed-
rick. ROW 2: B. Fry, L.
Hostetter, D. Shcaf, D. Balde
win, L. Condran, A. Shenk,
B. Unger. ROW 3: B. Holtz,
M. Walters, B. Granger, S.
Stark, N. Heater, C. Wit-
man, J. Finkbiner, C. Roh-
land. ROW 4: W. Kramer, J.
Gross, K. Boeshore, S. Shana-
Blaring trumpets, mel-
low saxaphones, and
tingling bells, together
with the other instruments
of the band flourish in
perfect harmony at the
annual spring band concert.
TrLunpets ROW 1: A. Keller, J.
Hostetter, R. Morgan, G. Hardick,
J. Bombgardner, S. I-Ictrick. ROW
2: R. Douuick, R. Chadwick, G.
Reiglc, E. Fernsler, D. Donald-
son. ROW 3: G. Winters, M.
Bartlcy, E. Tienter, J. Bowman.
Percussion ROW 1: M. Vanovich,
D. Poorman, C. Mease. ROW 2:
R. Loose, J. Gingrich, G. Shelly.
What would we be
without music? Music
represents one's feeb
ings, as a student rep-
resents his school.
F lutes and Saxophones: ROW
1: K. Rohland, 5. Cox, C.
Fasnacht, A. Estep, J. Ging-
rich, I. Bryce. ROW 2: A.
Ebersole, A. Bollinger, S.
Shaddock, D. Oliver, T.
Carroll, L. Hertzog. ROW 3:
L. Horn, C. Watson, D.
Lasch, C. Weimer, F. Sat-
tazahn, J. Schaffer, J. Loy.
ROW 4: L. Hipp, R. O'Donel,
L. Aumack, D. Achenbach,
C. Gingrich, L. Loser.
Everybody loves a
parade, especially A-C's
band when it marches in
step to the rolling school
Brass ROW 1: K. Meyer, M. Mcnb
ling, P. Hcin, A. Sollenbergcr,
E. Loy, ROW 2: M. Liles, C.
Wenger, F. Kreamcr, G. Wright,
M. I-Iedrick, E. Wolfe. ROW 3:
J. Belong, J. Kinney, D. Smith,
T, Shade, D. Martin, H. Hart-
man, M. Light. ROW 4: B. Miller,
J. Ensminger, W. Kramer, K.
Kreamer, R. Mark, L. Hipp, E.
Senior High Chorus ROW 1: R. Fry, K. Kreamcr, D. Heugy, C. Fox, C. Liles, R. Unger, D. Wampler, R.
Doutxich, C. Bowman, L. Horn, J. Maurer, M. Snzwely. ROW 2: M. Hanlcy, N. Bomgardner, H. Whisler,
K. Wilt, F. Daub, J. Finhbiner, R. IVIiller, D. Poorman, J. Ensmingcr, R. Wumplcr, A. Haak, D. Blouch,
E. Ticntcr, L. Smith, S. Shanaman, C. Hackman, C, Mease, L. Fernslcr, K. Boeshore, M. Walters. ROW 3:
N. Ebersole, S. Stark, J. Gerbelr, E. Loy, B. Wamplcr, D. Shcaf, K. Krcamcr, K. Winner, J. Gingrich, J.
Rein, D. Baldwin, D. Martin, C. Gingrich, D. Patton, J. Wort, A. Bollingcr, A. Frederick, A. Estep, M.
Light, B. Rhoad. ROW 4: J. Miller, C. Ensminger, J. Tice, C. Kline, J. Foltz, L. Kruger, D. Boeshorc, G.
Habccker, G. I-Iurdick, R. Morgan, 1. Ticc, P. Brandt, D. I-Icmperly, R. Miller, L. Zimmerman, D. Haak,
j. Zimmerman, S. Brewer, E. Fisher, T. Carroll. ROW 5: S. Shaddock, S. E. Kauffman, J. Borer, J. Bucher,
M. Gingrich, M. Snavcly, D. Miller, J. Bomgardner, J. Books, C. Forney, I. Hostctter, W. Fidler, J.
Schneider, R. Beard, M. Wentling, R. Mark, C. Gingrich, C. Fasnacht, P. Hein, P. Achey, S. Sutcliff, J.
Heilman, C. Heuick.
Donald Gingrich Directs
Chorus in Concerts
Miss Meyers and MT- Gingrich Selections chosen to represent music
in the life of man are based on man's
spiritual life, man's music in drama,
and man's secular music.
Chorus members set the mood for
the sacred portion of the annual spring
concert. Maroon goxvnh perfect hur-
mony, and a good director made this
religious segment of the program :1
very impressive performance. Our
heritage of music was given by the Glee
Club, who sang sea Chantcys and folk
songs. The successful spring concert
Climaxcd with the singing of "The
Music Man. "
Miss Mildred Mycrs, accompanist
for the high school chorus, faithfully
supported the Chorus with her excellent
piano playing. She was also the organist
at the commencement exercises.
Busy Donald Gingrich conducts all
choral activities at Annvillc-Clcona.
His concerts are anticipated by the comh
u H W
Glee Club ROW 1: J. Miller, D. Hcagy, E.Loy, D. Bocshorc, P. Brandt, J. Reitz, D. Patton, R. Unger, K.
Bocshore, C. Hackman, B. Rhoad. ROW 2: J. Finkbiner, C. Ensmingcr, S. Kauffman, J. Bogcr, R. Beard,
W. Fidlcr, R. Morgan, J. Ticc, E. Habcckcr, P. Achey, C. Bowman, M. Walters, M. Snavcly. ROW 3:
Mr. Gingrich, C. Kline, A. Tarbct, S. Shaddock, G. Hardick, J. Hostctter, D. Hempcrly, J. Ensminger, K.
Kreamer, C. Fasnucht, P. Hcin, S. Shanamzm.
Music in Our Lives
Cirls' Chorus ROW 1: N. Ebcrsolc, K. Krcamcr, B. Fry, K. Wilt, D. Hcagy, S. Sutcliff, D. Haak, C. En-
sminger, Daub, L. Fernslcr, C. Bowman, L. Horn, J. Maurcr, T. Carroll. ROW 2: M. Hanley, N. Bom-
gardncr, S. Stark, J. Berger, l-I. Whislcr, C. Fox, J. Foltz, L. Kruger, J. VVCrt, A. Estep, M. Light, A.
Frederick, C. McascJ C. Hacl-unan, B. Rhoad. ROW 3: J. Miller, M. Brandt, E. Loy, B. Wamplcr, J. Tice,
J. Buchcr, R. Miller, L. Zimmerman, J. Boger, M. Gingrich, A. Bollingcr, K. Gingrich, E. Fisher, C.
Bocshorc, S. Shulmman, M. N'Valtcrs. ROW 4: J. Finkbincr, C. Kline. S. Kauffman, A. Sollenbcrger, S.
Shaddock, D. Miller, M. Snavcly, D, Shcaf, P. Hcin, C. Fasnacht, J. Heilman, C. Hctrick, P. Achey,
N. Snavcly, S. Brewer.
Brass Choir SEATED: A. Sollenberger, P. Hein, E. Loy, K.
Meyer. ROW 2: M. Barley, E. Fernsler, J. Hostetter, R. Mor-
gan, J. Martin. ROW 3: C. Wengcr, G. Wright, T. Shade, G.
Winters, Mr. Lemon, Director. ROW 4: D. Martin, K. Kreamer,
B. Mark, M. Light.
Orchestra Presents Selectz'ans
far Tri-Class Play
Orchestra ROW 1: C. Kline, S. Brewer, A. Frederick, C. Gingrich, J. Bryce, D. Baldwin, B. I-Ioltz, J. Ging-
rich, D. Oliver7 C. Fashacht. ROW 2: L. Loser, J. Schaffer, D. Ahcenbach, S. Shaddock, N. Heater, B.
Granger, W. Kramer, D. Sheaf, L. Hostetter, L. Smith. ROW 3: G. Giebig, P. Hein, K. Meyer, E. Loy, C.
Wenger, E. Kreamer, T. Shade, G. Wright, D. Martin, M. Light, Mr. Lemon Mirectom. ROW 4: C. Mease,
J. Gingrich, G. Winters, J. Martin, M. Bartley, J. Hostetter, R. Morgan, E. Fernslcr, K. Kreamer.
junior H iglz Band
Clarinet Choir Practices Precision
Clarinet Choir SEATED: D. Baldwin, C. Kline, L. Smith, B. Holtz, A. Shenk, M. Walters. STANDING: S.
Stark, C. Whitnnan, J. Gross, L. Condran, B. Granger, K. Boeshore, J. Finkbiner, B. Unger, Mr. Lemon,
There Is Nothing Like
Good M usic
Dance Band ROW 1: C.
Mease, A. Shank, G.
Ficbig. ROW 2: Mr.
Lemon, L. Loser, I. Col-
Vin, K. Rohland, D.
Ellenberger, S. Shaddock,
R. O'Donel, D. Achen-
bach, J. Schaffer. ROW
3: T. Shade, C. Wenger,
F. Kreamer, G. Wright,
H. Hartman, D. Smith.
ROW 4: K. Kreamer, G.
Winters, J. Martin, R.
Morgan, M. Bartley, T.
Miller, E. Fernsler, J.
King and Queen
jzum'or Homemakers ofAmerz'ca
Archery C lub
Science C Zub
Cross-Country. FIRST ROW; G. Colvin, A.
Boyd, R. Mark, R. Beard, G. Embich.
SECOND ROW: J. Gingrich, D. Martin, .
Colvin, A. Shenk, G. Wright. THIRD ROW:
Mr. Gerber woacm, D. Eshelman, G.
Soccer. FIRST ROW:
J. Bomgardner, R.
Miller, D. Magni, J.
Hostetter, J. Tice, G.
Fiebig, D. Poorman,
J. Schneider. SECOND
ROW: J. DeLong, E.
Howell, A. Haak, J.
Miller. V. Peters, R.
Vogelsong, J. Ulrich,
D. Achenbach, J. Slay-
baugh. THIRD ROW:
R. Loose, J. Reitz, B.
Kruger, A. Shaffner,
M. Fry, D. Dialer, G.
Heilman, E. Fernsler,
H. Moyer Roachy
Joe Schneider Jim Tice
Chuck Miller Jim Bomgardner
Glen Fiebig Jim Hostetter Danny Poorman
Varsity Hockey. FIRST ROW: B.
Weaver, D. Smith, K. Long, J.
Shirk, S. Peters, S. Smith, S.
Stark, F. Sattazahn. SECOND
ROW: L. Zimmerman, S. Brewer,
S. E. Kauffman, R. Hughes, 8.
Sutcliffe, B. Chadwick, B. Reese,
L. Schwalm, E. Fisher, S. Wilda-
sin, Mrs. Petriskie koacm.
Bonnie Rudell Sandy Sue Ellen Sandy
J. V. Hockey. FIRST ROW: M. Long, P.
Heffner, J. Tanno, E. Loser, S. Hetrick,
L. Hipp, B. Shaddock. SECOND ROW: L.
Horn, manager, 'J. Kreamer, A. DiEnno,
N. Heeter, S. Bainbridge, 5. Funk, C.
Ehrhart, M. Zimmerman, K. Fake, Mrs.
B. Fidler, T. Miller, L. Plasterer, G. Fiebig, J. Schneider, E. Habecker, J. Hostetter, J. Tice, J. Long, D.
Achenbach. Center, F. Etchberger koacm.
Glen Fiebig Ccne Habecker Jlm T1ce
Joe Schneider Jim Hostetter
Basketball Managers: Donald Smith, Glenn Hains,
and Carlin chger. Coach Mr. Frank Etchberger.
Cheerleadcrs: FIRST ROW: E. Loy, V. Euston, K. Kreamer, R. Fry. SECOND ROW: C. Gingrich, J.
Boger, C. Nickliss.
It looks as if the scorekecpcrs can
add another point to the score!
Can't you jump any higher, Bill?
Better get that pass, Dale!
Opening game ceremonies include 11110 "Star-Spanglcd
All right, who has the ball?
The return of the basketball band brought with it more school
FIRST ROW: J. Reitz, R. Simmons, R. Beard, K. Miller, R. Stager, J. Weaber. SECOND ROW: Mr. Eckert
woacm, A. Shank, J. Ulrich, B. Kruger, B. Dohner, A. Haak, D. Baldwin, G. Heilman.
j. V. Basketball and Cheerleaders
3 j i t 1 w M" 1. !3? Wayne Strasbaugh, Eckert woacm, Kenneth
. . ' ' Rohland.
F. Sattazahn, S. Peters, S. Kreamer,
M. Ruber, S. Granger.
D. WartILL'ft, M. Howell, S. Pfoutz, J. Tanno, A. Achey,
jr. H iglz Basketball
KNEELING: K. Kreamer. STANDING: J. Beyerle,
and Cheerleaders ML ESWWM, P-
FIRST ROW: R. Dcngler, J. Rudy, C. Martin, H. Habecker, A. Miller, R. Rademacher, G. Sheetz, T.
Schaffcr. SECOND ROW: G. Colvin, O. Wethington, G. Ruth, T. Waltz, R. Henning, J. Colvin, K. Hemperly.
THIRD ROW: T. Wright, T. Keller, M. Zeck, J. Boger, J. Dohner, D. Kruger. FOURTH ROW: Eshleman
woacm, J. Winters, R. Shuey, B. Watts, D. Heilman.
KNEELING: S. Smith, D. Sheaf, G. Nickliss, J. Fry, 3. Putt. STANDING: J. Shirk, S. Bainbri, K. Long, B.
Chadwick, D. Miller, B. Holtz, S. Wildasin, S. Brewer, B. Weaver.
Dutchgz'rls Triumph! mm c. Mme, L. WW W
agersy STANDING: S. Kline managerL
Mrs. Petroskie moacm, R. Hughes, R.
Joe Schneider Robert Mark Jim Hostetter Mike Miller
Lost Through Graduation
FIRST ROW: R. Mark, J. Schneider, J. Hostetter, M. Miller. SECOND ROW: L. Loser, R. O'Donel, J. Yorty,
B. Chadwick, D. Smith, R. Bixler, N. Graby. THIRD ROW: Snyder woacm, D. Thompson hnanagem, R.
Kreider, J. Miller, D. Achenbach, V. Peters, T. Ebright, J. Long, K. Borges, M. Vanovich, T. Longenecker
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Chuck Miller Randy Morgan
Glen Fiebig Jim Tice
A-C Prevails in Track
Sr. High Track Team. FIRST ROW1J. Tice, C. Miller, R. Morgan, G. Fiebig, A. Tshudy, A. Keller, J.
Sanders, A. Boyd. SECOND ROW: G. Young, C. Gardner, R. Vogelsong, D. Eshleman, R. Beard, D. Achen-
bach, J. Gingrich, M. Fansler. THIRD ROW: J. Slaybaugh, A. Shaffner, J. Ulrich, M. Kreiser, B. Kruger, J.
Reitz, G. Wright, D. Martin. FOURTH ROW: M. Wending, A. Haak, M. Fry, G. Embich, J. DeLong, K.
Miller, A. Shank. FIFTH ROW: G. Shelley, S. Mohnshine, D. Baldwin, E. Fernsler, G. Winters, L. Condran,
J. Bryce. SIXTH ROW: D. Dissinger, C. Wenger, Mr. Eshleman LAsst. coachL Mr. Gerber woachh T. Snavely,
Allen Tshudy Ammon Boyd
3 John Sanders Arthur Keller
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junior H z'glz Track
jumbr High Soccer
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Wu. :0. ;
B. Fry, J. Shirk. SECOND ROW: D. Smith, K.
S. Sutcliff, S. Brewer, C. Rousch.
Fry, P. McConnell, B. Weaver,
Long, B . Cha dwick,
FIRST ROW: J.
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Sandy Sutcli ff
To the following individuals and businesses we express our sincere
appreciation for Their material support of our class and its yearbook.
Annville American Legion
Annville Mufuol Insurance Company
Beard's Food Market
Mn and Mrs. Benjamin F, Blocher
Books' Planing Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Buchmoyer
Ezra Buchmoyer, Jr.
Cleona Paper Box Company
Cleono Shoe Repair, Harry McConnell
William Condrcm, Realtor, RD. iL-T, Annville
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cufman
Davis Rexoll Pharmacy, 9-1 1 Main St, Annville
Mark C. Dengler, Reel Esfdfe
Don's Bctrber Shop, Don Bruboker, Prop.
Edris Garage AAA, phone: 86-7-9181
John E. Ensminger Box 241, Annville
Farm Bureau, Box 691, T6Th and Cumberland STs., Le-
Fink's Bakery, Annville
The Founfoin of Beauty, Annville
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gardner
Ginder's, RD. if:4, Lebanon, Po. TFontonoT
Dr. Russell Gingrich
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hains
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Hordick
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Howryluk
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Herr
L. B. Herr and Son, Lancaster, Po.
Mark C. Hershey Poultry Farm
I B M
Dick Kercher Tree Service, 1318 E. Main St, Annville
Kingsley and Brown, Annville
Kreomer Brothers Furniture Co. - Appliances and Floor
Kreomer Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kreomer
Kreider's Form Supply TFonTonoT, RD. if:4, Lebanon
R. E. Kreider Shoe Store, 54 E. Main Sfreef, Palmyra
Mr. and Mrs. David Kruger
Lebanon Volley Nofional Bank
Lebcmon Volley Offset Company, Inc.
Long's Insurance Agency
Long's Lumber Company
Monbeck's Wholesale, 160 N. Forge Rood, Palmyra
Nick Moriani, Plumbing and Heoiing, 300 Wafer ST.,
John H. McClure, Annville
George F., and Catherine E. Messersmifh, 414 Oak
H. L. Meyer, Inc.
Aaron B. Miller, Building Contractor, RD. itQ, Box
Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Miller
Miller's SeIf-Service Food Store
The Palm Press, 144 N. Railroad St, Palmyra
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Poormon
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Rabold
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Sheese
J. DeWolf Silbermon, MD.
South Side Flower Shop, Lebanon, Pa.
The Sporf Shop
Stein Brothers Clothiers, Lebanon
Fred Torrefta Knitwear Corp, .535 Eighth Avenue, New
York 18, NY.
Uhler's Studio, Photography
Viozzi's Food Morkef
Walter H. Wecber and Sons, Contractor and Builder,
RD. 43:4, Lebanon
Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Weifz
Western Aufo Associate Stores, Auto Ports and Acces-
sories - House wares - Sporting Goods
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Yoke, Jr.
C. L. Yocum "The Rail Fence" 18 E. Penn Avenue,
Zeigler's Gulf Service
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Zimmerman
A lma Mater
Our strong band can ne'er be broken,
Form'd in A-C High
Far surpassing wealth unspoken,
Seal'd by friendship's tie.
Alma Mater, Alma Mater,
Deep graven on each heart,
Shall be found unwav'ring true,
When we from life shall part.
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