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

 - Class of 1965

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'f,.,yX'wf " ' --- 1-.J '. '--f-f"' gn. f ' 1- I f"-ax. " "" - -.- nr'-'I'-'T ...' - - ' f ,: ' '?....aa-afr.4lv-""'. ,, ,bg " I , I III1 -. ' .24 - -V "" A-. ' F orewom' Since our school plays such an important part in the lives of students, we have chosen Robert Frost's famous poem "The Road Not Taken" as the theme of the 1965 CORINOMA. just as Frost had to make a momentous choice, every student will have to make numerous weighty decisions in his or her lifetime. Because of the advantages afforded by modern facilities and outstanding faculty members, our school has helped the student -- whether consciously or subconsciously -- to make decisions which, in most cases, will be most beneficial to himself and to his society. Only through the continuation of our school's fine direction can enough responsible citizens be found who are capable of making decisions befitting a democracy. Thus, throughout the CORINOMA, we have attempted to give a well-rounded view of all aspects of school life, which might play a part -- no matter how small -- in producing the best type of person. 2 T ' The Road ot Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowthg Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wearg Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, Table gf Contents Dedication Administration and Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Senior I-Iigh Activities Musical Groups junior High Activities Sports Sponsors n Q' Robert Frost And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -- I took the one less traveled by And that has made all the difference. LW at A-C A. s 24:42 r I I The first day . . . work promptly be- gins . 'N-vw .Q 'MQ ix 1' . . . the office on I1 busy morning. Yes, lifc is prctly routinc. Except for w--- 1 11 ,,'- iw' and Jake ! 5 . . an occasional stick in the "mud" Wwwew W.-f Q W ' ' of :A ,k w M' 'iw Dedication To a skillful, diligent class advisor, outstanding basketball coach, efficient stage crew director, and devoted indus- nl trial arts teacher, We express our ap- preciation and thanks for a job Well done. 5 A i xi l 5 3 3 .... 5 fi Yet more than this we acknowledge an unfailing friend whose clever wit and sportsmanlike attitude provides us with many memories. For all this -- and more -- we dedicate to you, Mr. Etchherger, this volume of the 7 Corinoma. f. F I ' ... At ' A ew xx 1, -9. 023 "I'm just waiting for ll trolley LO come around that comer. " 1 "Four score and "Was ist. los "But I Lold you, I'd rather do it mysclf. " SCVCI1 YCIITS ZIQO . . 772 md Faculfy A cz' z'nz'stmZ School Board SEATED: William Berry, D. Ray Wenger, James Karsnitz, Elra Worcester, Floyd Whisler. STAND ING: Roy Ebersole, Merle Keim, Amos Ellenberger, Howard Weaver. School Boom' Looks to the Future The Annvillc-Clcona School Authority met in February to sign an agreement which pro- vided funds for the expansion of the cafeteria, library, gymnasium, and office facilities and new classrooms. Mr. Richard Gingrich, our high school principal is in charge of the administrative duties in the high school. ll Mr. Merle Keim, our supervising principal, coordinates the activities of the high school and the elementary schools in our school district. .au W. l,,.gym vamevvm Mr. Robert Snyder, our assistant principal, makes the schedules for the school, teaches driver educa- tion, advises hall patrol, and coaches our baseball team. 1 3 Lf?" Leland Lingle Robert Webber Kenneth Parks Peter Gamber Henry Hollinger Joseph Houser AN if Dorothy Keller Raymond Ronald George james Swingholm Treichler Gerber Middlekauf Ruth Keene Lois Herr 'Cf' 47 pn Kr' X .1- 12 WY' 4'-...f '- Judith Dchzirt Richard Forney David Gontz john Kish Howard Moyer Elc pmor Witmcycr Albert Askins Ada Light Ruth Witter joan Moyer james HZ.Sf07'jl and usiness S i - Y ' 5 fm , 1-...WWWQ - f ' ' , """n 'mf H t ,gr 1nlnnq..., MQW 3 .ta I M A Wkhfr tubal V ,"' Wil 'M-if .-A T um-fi-,. in.. it 4, AM - mf. ' .. RFBLSQYA ,w . 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Lisa Au.mack "Lisa" Academic Studious. . . naturallycurly hair . , . baby of the senior class. 18 Richard Be ard "Rick" Academic Fine distance runner . . . History scholar . . . leads class discus- sions. My Gln SFT' Y. Elaine Be rezich "Lainy" Academic Live wire . . . Viking boys, be- ware! . . . her voice can be he ard in German class Ann Bollinger "Boz" Academic Horses, horses, horses . . . neat hair . . . creator of the multi- legged spider Charles Bomgardner "Charlie" Agriculture Quiet. . . contributes honors to FFA . . . likes to judge livestock Richard Bixler "Dick" Academic Mind wanders to Cornwall . . . hams it up in German class . . . an English te acher's pet 'NK ligjxi .B X2 1:3 , . real 'ffl A - C Agg .mg P. C Carole Blantz "Carole" Commercial Petite . . . always seen at the Co-ed or Drug Store . . . variety of coiffures Sandra Bomgardner "Sandy" Commercial Loves bookkeeping? . . . a friend to all . . . Miss Whit- meyer's personal typist 19 Barbara Bowman "Barb" Commercial Whiz in math . . . always talking . . . good seamstress. sa 3 C arol Bowman Susan Brewer "Susie" Academic Good athlete . . . math enthusiast. . . capable Tri-Hi- "Carol" Academic Y President' Constant talker. . . always seen with Martha . . . never gives up. Miriam Brandt "Mim" Academic Dependable worker. . . French scholar . . . has her pick of cars. Donna Boyer "Donna" Academic Future temperattue taker . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . a quiet disposition. 20 joan Bucher "joan" Academic Future pill-pusher. . . friendly to all . . . housemother of the senior play. WFT? Judith Cook "Judy" General Admires the male sex . . . loves those English classes? . . . gregarious. Allen Bucks "Bugs" Agriculture Loves mechanics . . . drives a hot Corvair . . . adores P.O.D. ? Sarah COX Joseph Carroll "joe" General "Him I like" . . , chronic headache . . . Irish eyes. - E X if ' ' "Sa1" Academic Knitting fingers . . . finds the Junior class attractive . . . sweet personality. fl 'UQ 'Uk 'J""f1- Russell Chadwick "Rusty" General An A-9 Kash value . . . dry sense of hrunor . . . great admirer of the female sex. Cheryl Croce "Cheryl" Commercial Well mannered. . . conscientious worker . . . a friend to all. 21 P X ,gs Darlene Custer "Darlene" Commercial FutLu'e includes a band of gold . . . the silent type . . . always seen with Roxanne. jean Degler "Tex" Academic Makes a snail look speedy . . , writes to foreign pen pals . . . htunorous. Nancy Ebersole "Nancy" Commercial Always good for a laugh. . . plays a sweet flute . . . quiet in class. XX Donna Dupler "Donna" Commercial Attractive . . . conscientious . . . where the boys are Maurie DiEnno "Maurice" General jolly white giant . . . drives a blue convertible .. . . few un- necessary words. 22 Nelson Ebersole "Nellie" Agriculture Strong as a ox . . . drives a V.W . . . hails from Norlebco. Cynthia Ensminger "Cynth" Academic Live wire . . . knows her way around the keyboard . . . has a secret admirer. K 1 Q, f M aryanne Ehrnfield "Maryanne" Commercial Keeps her eye on Manheim . . . a unique laugh . , . a fan of Mr. Kish. Dana Ellenberger "Dana" Commercial jazz man . . . pack-rat custodian . . . Winter's pal. 1"""? john Ensminger "John" Academic Finds peace in justice . . . senior answer book in trig . . . Versatile musician. 'EZ' lx Doris Elliott "Peaches" Commercial Very studious. . . quiet. . . will make someone a good secretary. Donald Eshleman "Esh" Academic House on the hill . . . part of the Grou . . . dee command- P P: ing voice. 23 lb" Ml, 1 tai Eleanor Fake Eleanor Commercial Pretty hair . . . always smiling . . . bubbling personality. Lynda Fernsler "Lynda" Commercial Falls off scooters . . . another studious senior . . . seen in a '61 Bonneville. is Eleanor Fisher "Lynn" Academic Future teacher . . . pretty red hair . . . a friend to all. William Fidler "Max" Academic Tall, dark, and handsome . . . king of the backboards . . . Tim's constant companion. 24 Jane Foltyz "Janie" Academic Talks a good volley ball game . . . always laughing . . . has many friends. Carl Forney "Carl" Agriculture Future mechanic . . . loves English class??. . . intelligence plus. Dorothy Ann Frederick "Ann" Academic Wizard with pins and needles . . John Gingrich "Ralf" Academic 8.20 comic. . . countless journalistic efforts . . . superb on the stage. pretty red hair . . . sweet personality. Patrick Funk "Put" Academic Quick with a quip . . . intelligence plus . . . toured the country by bus. Martha Gingrich "Mart" Academic Friendly . . . mathematics brain . . . future lady in white. E Ei X? Cathy Gingrich "Bean" Academic Happy-go-lucky. . . bouncy cheerleader. . . sparkling personality. He len Graby "Helen" Commercial Favorite pastime is eating . . . lots of fun . . . neat dresser. 25 K A if Brenda Granger W "Gert" Academic Gorgeous wardrobe . . . goes for the older men . . . shares the throne of the sucker kingdom. Christine Hackman "Chris" Academic Wonderful personality. . , avid track fan . . . phone philosopher. Helen Hawryluk "Helen" Academic Her own seamstress . . . putt, putt!!Oogah!! . . . future in hospital. Ralph Harner "Ralph" Academic Lives in C-22 and A-11 , . . freshman admirer. . . smile, you're on Ralph's camera. 26 if 'Y f Ruth He agy "Ruth" Commercial Kind word for everyone . . . hard worker . . . loves office practice ??? Marlin Hedrick "Marlin" Academic Seen but not he ard . . . takes an interest in P.O.D .... hard working band member. Je an He ilman "je annie" Academic Does somersaults in trig . . . musically inclined .... likes Kenneth Hershey "Ken" Agriculture Likes to work in the shop . . . drives a white Fury . . . future chicken farmer. Larry Hipp "Candy, " "Larry" Academic Goes to lunch instead of P. O. D. . . . member of district chorus . . falls off trucks easily. Linda Herr "Linda" Commercial Docs not know how to whisper . . . forgetful . . . nat1.u'al black hair. Russell Herr "Russ" Academic Auto admirer . . . a laugh and a half . , . French fanatic. Clifford Hixson "Cliff" Academic Flashy car with four-wheel drive . . . always talkative . . . good math student. 27 25 lIBeCkll Good basketball player . . . great personality . . . has her own hairdresser. Becky Holz Academic E SAK 5 if .E Joanne Kre ider "joe" Commercial Skill behind the wheel exceeds the masculine set . . . excells Rosemary Kless in the gymnasium . . . pleasant "Rose" Commercial 1- Flaming red hair . . . versatile Persona my' student. . . pleasing personality. IIK-risll Leads class discussions . . . long blonde hair . . . good character actress. "Carol" Academic Y.F.C.-er. . . newcomer to A-C . . . asset to German class. Robert Kre ider ' "Bob" Agriculture President of the F.F. A .... likes to go to deercamp . . . nice guy to know. Kristen Kre ame r Academic Carol Klme 28 Michael Kre iser "Pickle" Commercial Belair vocalist . . . terrific dancer . . . record setter for the track te am. Mareda Light "Mareda" Academic Known for a variety of hair styles . . . wacky sense of humor. . . Annette's constant companion. Conrad Liles "Mike" General Hard working baseball manager , . . catches shut-eye in assembly . . . another Arnold Palmer. Richard Lasher "Pork" Agriculture Always ready for fun . . . drives a hot Chevy . . . constantly at the bowling alley. Ernest Lavine, jr. "Chip" Commercial Loves bookkeeping??? . . . sparks class discussion . . . can be heard a mile away. Karen Long "Schmolie" General All star basketball player . . . "I-Iey! Did you hear this joke ?" . . . terrific personality. 29 Richard Loose "Skinny" General Neat dresser . . . human goal post . . . great love for electronics ?? Henry L. Loser, jr. "Larry" Academic Hommy . . . all county soccer star . . . "I didn't do nothing!" Donald Martin "Martz" Academic Always helpful and dependable . . . one of the 8:20 greeters . . Merit Scholarship winner. Earl Marshall, jr. "Earl" General Village smithy . . . built like a football player . . . hello, Dolly! Eloise Loy "Weezie " Contact blinker captain. . . outstanding music ab il ity . john Martin "John" Academic Accident prone . . . "Many doubts" . . . a friend to the end. If.: gil? Sharon Maulfair "Moe" Commercial Runs a Dodge . . . wears neat clothes. . . frequents L.V.C. campus. Sandra Micozzi "Sandy" Commercial Variety of hair styles . . . exten- sive wardrobe . . . petite. Diane Miller "Dino" Academic Future career in art . . . folk singer. . . spirited basketball player. Mary McDonald "Mary" Commercial New to A. C. H, S .... Wednes- day-itis. . . P.O.D. whiz. Kenneth Meyer "Ken" Academic Great mathematician . . . French scholar . . . hot lips of the class play. Ellen Miller 1 "Ellen" General Ellie Mae . . . quiet till you know her . . . big plans for the future. 31 ?",,, 9 fait 1 john Miller "Patrick Academic Captivating eyes . . . left side of forward wall on soccer team dr1ves cars that do not start. 'i' nf - Timothy Miller "Tim" Academic Oh, those eyes! . . . live wire in French class . . . important part of the basketball five. Robert O'Donel "I.obes" General Mothballs in his wallet . . . great pool player . . . has fun in A-6 study halls. Carolyn Nickliss "Nick" Commercial Extensive wardrobe . . . pretty black hair . . . peppy cheer- leader. 32 Donna Oliver "Donna" Academic Naturally curly hair . . . first chair flutist . . . mild and meek in gym class?? Terry Osborne "Lee Harvey" General Crazy about VWS . . . math wizzard . . . comes from the Sun shine state. 1""' Dennis Patches "Denny" Agriculture One of a set . . . favorite pastime is sleeping . . . always at Super. Larry Plasterer "Larry" Commercial Quiet . . . high scorer on the basketball team . . . pool shark. Diann Poorman "Diann" Commercial Short and sweet . . . skate board enthusiast . . . the boy next door. Donald Patches "Donnie" Agriculture Hails from E-Town . . . always at Dana's house . . . drives a red convertible. s Victor Peters "Wictor" Academic Uses the Alex Webster dictionary . . . never gets flustered. . . all star booter. Fred Pruitt, Jr. "Fred" General Talented cartoonist. . . reads from dawn to dusk . . . budding Writer. 33 X... fx 'RDP ...A ai' 6' Patricia R auch "Pat" Academic Never wears the same outfit twice . . . blue eyes and black hair . . . drives a red Nova convertible . -...inf Avi. C? jane Remesnik "jane" Commercial Frequents the Moose . . . various hairdos . . . a cheery hello for everyone. C assandra Roush "Candy" Academic Has a lot of Christmas trees . . . stitching fingers . . . hobby. raising fingernails. John Risser "John" Agriculture Flies through the air with the greatest of ease . . . elephant cartoonist . . . silent asset. 34 james Schaeffer "Scales" Academic Rides a "polka dot" fire truck . . . a German scholar? . . . keeps friends in stitches. Richard Schaeffer "Dick" General Going to school is his hobby , . . dainty shoes . . . "Count down, " Sandra Shaddock "Sandy" Academic Confused and confusing . . . amateur poetess. . . Liberace II. C. Michael Schmaltzer "Charlie" Academic Science bug . . .' one of the taller Thomas Shade masculine members . . . always W1-om., Academic readl' for 3 laugh' A tall, blond eyecatcher . . . deceitful quiet appearance . . . uses trig class for a stage. Janice Seibert "jan" Commercial Loves homeroom D-33 fha!j . . all good things come in small packages . . . great on skates. X XL - , - ' ff if -sa l f S t hi-A ri Barbara Sellers I "Barb" Commercial Speedy in gym class . . . loves to drive that Cadillac . . . pleasantly quiet. Kay Shanaman "Kay" Academic - S ggigxgiisrf Pleasing personality . . . giggles . . . leads FTA and FHA. 35 ff -5-' ,X -I ii aw.-D iz-4, 5 Tom Shanaman "Tom" Academic Half of a set . . . "as scholarly scholar indeed" . . . strong western tendencies. jane Shenl-4 "Janie" Academic Flirtatious, radiant smile . . . gymnastics is her specialty . . . twirl with a whirl. George Sholly "Sholly" Academic Santa Clause laugh . . . likes to pest the girls . . . frequent chauffeur. Janet Shirk "Shark" Academic Tiger of the basketball team . . . a twisting twirler . . . drives a Plymouth, when it goes. 36 Donald Smith "Donnie" General Early for all classes? . . . garbagemarfs best friend . . . Joe Pepitone's twin brother. Donna Smith Carol Snavely "Carol" General Loves to sew . . . former Miner . . . friendly to all. CLD' "Donna" General Never satisfied. . . Mrs. . Schaeffcr's prodigy . . . majorette Ma1'11Yn Snavel-Y of A. C.H.S. Edward Smith "Ed" Commercial Drives a red hot truck . . . quiet flirt . . . has a western wardrobe. "Madeline" Gene ml Drives with flat tires , . . likes a Tulpehocken lad . . . cute brunette. Lamar Smith "Butch" General Has a roving eye . . . drives a green bomb . . . blue eyes and curly hair. Ann Sollenberger Arm" Academic Always offers her opinion . . . pretty smile . . . unique laugh. 37 ll t f 4 Gerald Speece "jerry" General One of the 12-B gang . . . hmnorous personality. . . a cool dresser. Rohland Stager "Butch" Academic Appreciates earth science class . . . friend of Bob. . . sharp- shooter in basketball ' . i Susan Stober "Susie" General Pretty blonde- hair . . . future beautician. . . wild driver. Glenn Stephens "Glenn" Academic Hails from Twin Valley . . . always ready for a discussion . . a P.O.D. enthusiast. 38 if Joanne Struphar "jo" Commercial Likes horses . . . constant talker in A-6 study halls . . . had autographed peg leg. Annette Tarbet "Annette" Academic Always seen with Mareda. . . talkative . . . loves French Class. . -an Roxanne Te ahl "Roxio" General Wizard inthe library . . . quiet Robert Unger and shy . . . natural wavy hair. IlBObIl Academic Alias Boris Godounov . . . always on time? . . . listening ear. Eric Tienter "Eric" General A bookworm . . . likes mechanical drawing? . . 'friendly to all. Linda Ulrich "Linda" Academic Talented artist . . . passion for college boys . . . petite figure. ggnsaso "':.7" Kenneth Turner "Ken" General A motorcycle flipper . . . quiet as a mouse . . . likes stogies. Marian Walters Y f A "Marian" Academic 0 Q ff? ' Tsch, tsch! . . . loves square ' ' dancing . . . has a pretty voice. s A 39 V Ernie We aber "Ernie" General Likes wood shop . . . can always be seen talking . . . a loud hall patrolman. james We aber "Dimples" Academic Hare raiser . . . big frog in his throat . . . great sense of humor. Earl Weaver "Ear1" Commercial Which twin has the toni? . . . quiet till he became a senior . . frequents Sorento's. Robert We aber "Bob" Academic Cameraman . . . used to play dots in music class . . . the quiet half of Weaber and Weaber. Richard We ik "Rich" Academic Fine photographer. . . wor1d's biggest gym bag . . . quiet friendliness. Linda We aber "Linda" Commercial Mrs. Moyer s loyal assistant . . . good grades come easily . . . worthy typist. 40 Carlin Wenger "Carlin" Academic Coach's right hand man . . . A perfect gentleman . . . a word for everyone fand maybe a little morej. Michael We ntling "Mike" Academic Has his own baker . . . shotput record holder . . . plays 'possiun with Mr. Kruger. Helen Whisler "Whis" Academic Always ready for a laugh , . . Fre quents the floor during gym class . . . dabbles in the art room. iw 5 jacob Winters "Winters" Commercial Quiet at times . . . Dana's partner in crime . . . member of the Marauders. gA,Q'9:.., .ff ,f-. O O' gf -',v ,"f W 2 '- Jennifer Wert "jenny" Commercial Looks toward Maryland . . . naturally curly hair . . . contagious laugh. Vicki Wise "Vicki" General Loves long hair . . . Enjoys roller skating and popular music waits impatiently for gs0'p.m. e 41 "john" Agriculture Quiet disposition. . . con- scientious worker. . . pleasant smile. John Yorty Gary Young "Gary" Commercial Great track runner . . . assistant cheerleader . . . president of Hi-Y. The Senior class officers, janet Shirk, Secretaryg Richard Beard, Presidentg Gerald Speece, Vice- Presidentg and Eloise Loy, Treasurerg along with the Senior class advisors Miss Suzanne Suter and Mr. Franklin Etchberger, worked side by side to lead and guide the Class of 1965 through its successful Senior ye ar. 42 Senior Directopf DALE ACHENBACH Academic Future includes college and Navy. Band 1,2,33 Dance Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Student Council 1,2, 33 Honor Society 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Soccer 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2, 33 Baseball 1,2, 33 Track 1,2,33 Hall Patrol 1,2, 33 Varsity Club 3. CAROL ALLWEIN Commercial Future nurse. F.H.A. 1,2,33 Library Assistant 1,2, 33 Library Club 13 Yearbook 3. LISA AUMACK Academic Future in sociology. F.T.A. 1,2,33 Honor Society 1,2, 33 Tri-Class Play 13 Chorus 3. MICHAEL BARTLEY Academic Future includes Navy School of Music. Orchestra 1,2, 33 Dance Band 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Brass Choir 1,2 , 3 . PATRICIA BATES Commercial Future secretary F.H.A. 1,23 Library Assistant 1,2, 33 Library Club 3. RICHARD BEARD Academic Future includes a career in teaching. Cross-Country 1,2, 33 Chorus 1,2,33 Franklin Society 23 Basketball 1,25 Glee Club 1,2, 3. ELAINE BEREZICH Academic Future Medical Secretary. F.N.A. 1,2,33 F.H.A. 33 Tri Hi-Y 33 Hockey 3. RICHARD BIXLER I Academic Future in Radar Repair branch of the Air Force. Baseball 1,2,3. CAROL BLANTZ Commercial Future Stenographer. F.H. A. 1,2,33 Honor Society 2,33 Newspaper 2, 33 Library Assistant 1 , 2. ANN BOLLINGER Academic Future horse rancher. Class secretary 13 Hockey 13 Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Art Elective 1,2. CHARLES BOMGARDNER Agriculture Future in agriculture. F.F.A.1,2,3. SANDRA BOMGARDNER Commercial Future secretary. General Future undecided. Library 1,2,33 F.H.A. 1,23 Library Assistant 1,2,3. CAROL BOWMAN Academic Future Medical Secretary Glee Club 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Yearbook 33 Sr. Class Play 33 Library Assistant 13 Girl's Chorus 1,2,33 Art Elective 1,2. DONNA BOYER Academic Future nurse. Tri Hi-Y 1,2,33 F.N.A. 1,2,33 F.H.A. 23 Yearbook 3. MIRIAM BRANDT Academic Future cotmselor Student Council 1,23 Chorus 2, 33 Honor Society 1,2, 33 Newspaper 1,2,33 Library Club 13 Girls' Chorus 2, 33 School reporter for L. D. N. SUSAN BREWER Academic Future math teacher. Basketball 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,2,33 Hockey 1,2,33 G.A. 1,2,33 Chorus 2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,33 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 33 Tennis 1,?, 33 Yearbook 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Orchestra 1,2, 3. JOAN BUCHER Academic Future nurse. Chorus 2, 33 Sr. class play 33 Chemistry Club 23 Honor Society 2, 33 Nurses Club 1,2,33 Tri Class Play 2. ALLEN BUCKS Agriculture Future in the Air Force. F.F.A. 2, 33 Projectionists 1,2. JOSEPH CARROLL General Future undecided Sr. class play 33 Hi-Y 3. RUSSELL HERR General Future fireman Band 1 , 2, 3. JUDITH COOK General Future undecided Library Club 15 Library Assistant 33 F. H. A. 1 . SARAH COX Academic Future teacher Chorus 33 Band 1,2, 33 F. T.A. 1,2,33 Newspaper 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Orchestra 3. CHERYL CROCE Commercial Future secretary Library Club 1,2, 33 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. DARLENE CUSTER General Future undecided F.H.A. 1,2,33 Library Club 1. JEAN DEGLER ' Academic Future medical secretary F.H.A. 1,2,33 F.N.A. 2,33 Government Club 13 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 33 Library Club 1. MAURIE DiENNO General Future in Air Force Hi-Y 2, 33 Soccer 1. DONNA DUPLER Commercial Future Secretary at L.V. C. Newspaper 2, 33 Yearbook 33 F. I-I. A. 1, 33 Library Club 1,2,33 Library Assistant 1,2, 33 Honor Society 3. NANCY EBERSOLE Commercial Future secretary Band 1,2,33 Chorus 2,33 F.H.A. 1,33 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. NELSON EBERSOLE Agricultw-e Future Farmer MARYANNE EHRNFIELD Commercial A future secretary F.H.A.1,2,3. DANA ELLENBERGER Commercial Will attend business college Band 1,2, 33 Dance Band 1,23 33 Clarinet Choir 33 Orchestra 2, 33 District Band 2, 3. DORIS ELLIOTT Commercial Plans to be a secretary F.H.A. 13 Library Club 2, 33 Library Assistant 2, 3. CYNTHIA ENSMINGER Academic Future will include elementary education Glee Club 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,23 Jr. High Chorus acc. 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1,2,33 Sr. Class Pla . JOI-l,N ENSMINGER Academic Bound for college Band 1,2, 33 Glee Club 1,2,33 Brass Choir 33 Chorus 1,2,33 Orchestra 33 Dance band 23 F.T.A. 23 Boys' Quartet 2, 33 Tri Class Play 1,2, 33 Distric Band 23 Sr. Class Play. DONALD ESI-ILEMAN Academic Future in the pulpit Hi Y 1,2,33 Track 1, 2, 33 Cross-Country 2, 33 Photo- graphy 13 Varsity Club 33 Hall Patrol 3. ELEANOR FAKE Commercial Will make a good se cretary F.H.A. 1,2, 33 Library Club 13 Library assistant 1,233. LYNDA FERNSLER Commercial Future includes secretarial work Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Chorus 2,33 F,H.A. 1,2,33 Honor Society 3. WILLIAM FIDLER Academic Will be a future dentist Basketball 1,2, 33 Track 1,2, 33 Varsity Club 33 Hi Y 1,2,3, Hall Patrol 23 Chorus 1,2,33 Glee Club 2, 33 Cross-Country 2. ELEANOR FISHER Academic A future elementary teacher Field Hockey 1,23 G.A.A. 2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Tri Hi Y 1,2333 F.T.A. 1,2,33 Tri Class Play 13 Honor Society 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 33 Yearbook 3. JANE F OLTZ Academic Will join the labor force Chorus 2, 33 F. T. A. 1,2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Gov't Club 13 Tri Hi Y 33 Yearbook 3. CARL FORNEY Agriculture Future mechanic Chorus 2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 33 F.F. A. 1,2, 3. ANN FREDERICK Academic Future includes home economics. Tri Hi-Y 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Girls' Chorus 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2, 33 Chemistry Club 2, 33 F.N. A. 2. PATRICK FUNK Academic Future accountant or teacher. Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 CATHY GINGRICH Academic Futtue elementary teacher. G.A.A. 1 ,2,33 F.N. A. 1,23 Chorus 1,2,3, Girls' Chorus 1,2,33 Student Council 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Cheerleader 1,2, 33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Sr. Class Play 33 Tri Class Play 1,23 Fall Fantasy Court 33 Snowball Court 2. JOHN GINGRICH Academic Future includes a career in joLu'nalism Band 1,2, 33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Student Council 33 Tri Class Play 1,2, 33 Soccer 13 Cross-Country 2, 33 Track 2, 33 District Band 23 Newspaper 1,2, 33 Orchestra 1,2, 33 Dance Band 2, 3. MARTHA GINGRICH Academic Future nurse. Chorus 1,2,33 F.N.A. 1,2,33 Honor Society 2, 33 Sr. Class Play 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Yearbook 3. HELEN GRABY Commercial Future secretary. F.H.A. 1,23 Newspaper 2, 33 Library Club 1,2, 33 Library Assistant 13 2, 3. BRENDA GRANGER Academic Future elementary teacher Band 1,2, 33 Clarinet choir 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 G. A. A. 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,23 Cheerleader 1, 33 Yearbook 33 Honor Society 33 Government Club 1. CHRISTINE HACKMAN Academic Future includes college Chorus 132,33 Glee Club 1,23 Honor Society 1,2,3- Newspaper 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,23 Sr. Class play 33 Tri class play 1,2333 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 33 Year- book editor 3. RALPH HARNER Future in electronics Chemistry Club 2, 33 Yearbook 3. I Academic HELEN HAWRYLUK Academic Future nurse . . . Chorus 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Chemistry Club 2,33 Nurses Club 1,2, 3. RUTH HEAGY Commercial Future secretary F.H.A. 1,2, 33 Newspaper 2,3. MARLIN HEDRICK Academic Future Insurance man Band 1, 2, 3. JEAN HEILMAN Academic Future includes college Chorus 1,2, 33 Tri Hi Y 33 Girls' chorus 1,2, 3 Glee Club 33 F.T.A. 2. LINDA HERR General Undecided future Library Club 1. RUSSELL HERR Academic Plans to attend technical school. KENNETH 'HERSHEY Agriculture Plans to be a mechanic F.F.A.1,2,3. LARRY HIPP Academic Future includes technical school Band 1,2, 33 Chemistry Club 2, 33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Glee Club 33 District Chorus 33 Tri-Class Play 1,2, 3. CLIFFORD HIXSON Academic Plans to be a veterinarian Chemistry Club 2, 3. BECKY HOLZ Academic Future includes business school Band 1,2, 33 Dance Band 23 Clarinet Choir 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 F. T. A. 2, 3. ROSEMARY KLESS Commercial Future secretary Honor Society 2, 33 Library Club 1,2333 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. CAROL KLINE Academic Future nurse Tri Hi Y 33 F.N.A. 3. KRISTEN KREAMER Academic Plans to study history at college G. A. A. 1,2, 33 Cheerleader 1,2, 33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Student Council 1,2, 33 Tri Hi Y 1,2, 33 Tri- Class Play 1,2, 33 Sr. Class Play 33 Band Front 1,2, 33 Snowball Court 23 Fall Fantasy.Court 3- JOANNE KREIDER Commercial Future secretary Library Club 13 Basketball 13 Newspaper 3. ROBERT KREIDER Agriculture Will attend airline school F. F. A. 1, 2, 33 Soccer 13 Baseball 2, 33 Hall Patrol 33 Projectionist 1, 2, 33 Senior Class Play 3. MICHAEL KREISER General Plans to join the Marines Soccer 13 Track 1,2,33 Hi Y 2, 33 Stage Crew 1,2, 33 Varsity Club 3. RICHARD LASHER Agriculture Future in the Air Force . F.F.A. 2,33 Stage Crew 1. ERNEST LAVINE Commercial Future attending business school for I. B. M. Hi-Y 1,2, 3. MAREDA LIGHT Academic Future I.B.M. operator. Art Elective 1, 2. CONRAD LILES General Future attending business school for accountant. Brass Choir 33 Orchestra 33 Band 1,2, 33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Baseball Mgr. 3. KAREN LONG General Future factory worker. Basketball 1,2,33 Hockey 1,2,33 Tennis 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 F.H.A. 2,33 Library Assist. 1,23 Library Club 1 , 2. RICHARD LOOSE General Future in the Air Force. Soccer 1,2, 33 Band 1,231-Ii-Y 3. HENRY LARWENCE LOSER, JR. Academic Future doctor. Soccer 1,2, 33 Baseball 1,2, 33 Band 1,2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Dance Band 1,2, 33 Newspaper Staff 13 Varsity Club 33 District Band 2, 3. ELOISE LOY Academic Future includes college. Tri class play 13 Sr. class play3 Band 1,2, 33 Brass Choir 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Glee Club 1,2,33 c.A.A. 1,2,33 cheerm..-der 1,2,33 F.T.A. 23 Class treasurer 2, 33 District Band 3. EARL MARSHALL General Future Farrier . Track 13 Band 1. DONALD MARTIN Academic Future physics teacher. Cross-country 1,2, 33 Track 1,23 Honor Society 1,2,33 Student Council 1,2, 33 Brass Choir 1,2,33 Band 1,2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Orchestra 1,2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 3. JOHN MARTIN Academic Plans to attend college. Band 1,2,33 Brass Choir 1,2, 33 Dance Band 1,2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 33 Basketball Band 33 Orchestra 1,2, 3. SHARON MAULFAIR Commercial Future Secretary. Basketball 13 Tri Hi Y 33 Newspaper 2, 33 Yearbook 33 Library club 2, 33 Library assistant 2, 3. MARY MCDONALD Commercial Future includes marriage. KENNETH MEYER Academic Future engineer Honor Society 1, 2, 33 Band 1,2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Brass Choir 2, 33 Tri class play 2, 33 Sr. class play 3. SANDRA MICOZZI Commercial Future secretary. Library club 1,2, 33 Library assistant 1,2, 3. DIANE MILLER Academic Future art teacher. Honor Society 33 Glee Club 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2, 33 Yearbook 33 Art elective 1, 2, 3. ELLEN MILLER General Undecided future. F.H.A.1,2,33F.N.A. 1,2,3. JOHN MILLER Academic Plans to attend college. Hall Patrol 2, 33 Soccer 1,2, 33 Gov't club 13 Baseball 1,2, 33 Hi Y 2, 33 Varsity Club 3. TIMOTHY MILLER Academic Plans to study forestry. Varsity club 33 Cross-Country 23 Band 1, 23 Dance Band 1,23 Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball 1,2, 33 Track 1,23 Vice President 2. CAROLYN NICKLISS Commercial Future secretary. Band Front 1,2, 33 Cheerleader 1,2, 33 Tri Hi-Y 1,2, 33 Library Club 1,2,33 Yearbook 3. ROBERT O'DONEL General Future includes business school. Baseball 2, 33 Band 1,2,33 Dance Band 1,2, 3. DONNA OLIVER Academic Future includes college. 45 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2, 33 F.N. A. 23 District Band 2. TERRY OSBORNE General Future electronic's technician. DENNIS PATCHES Agriculture Future undecided. F .F.A. 2,3. DONALD PATCHES Agriculture Future at State Police Academy. F .F .A. 3. VICTOR PETERS Academic Futtu-e includes college. Hall Patrol 3- Baseball 1 2- Hi- , , , Y33 Soccer 1,2,33 Track 33 Projectionist 13 Photographers Club 13 Chemistry Club 2, 3. LARRY PLASTERER Commercial Future at business school. Hi-Y 1,2, 3, Basketball 1,2,3. DIANN POORMAN Future secretary. Library Club 1,2,33 Library Assistant 33 3. FRED PRUITT Commercial Newspaper 2 , General Future in the Army. Stage Crew 2. . PATRICIA RAUCH Future in elementary education. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Government Club 13 Newspaper Staff 13 Tri-Class Play 1,23 Sr. Class Play 33 F.T.A. 1,2, 33 Yearbook 33 Library Assistant 1. JANE REMESNIK Commercial Future undecided. F.H. A. 1,23 Library Assistant 1,2, 33 Library Club 2, 33 Newspaper 3. JOHN RISSER Agriculture Future undecided. F.F.A. 1,2,33 Track 3. CASSANDRA ROUSH Academic Future teacher. Library Assistant 13 Tennis 2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 33 F.T. A. 2, 3. JAMES SCHAEFFER Academic Future undecided. Band 1,2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Dance Band 1,2, 33 Chemistry Club 2, 33 Sr. Class Play 33 Basketball Academic Band 3. RICHARD SCHAEFFER General Future in the Army. Stage Crew 2, 3. MICHAEL SCHMALZER Academic Future includes college. Hi-Y 33 Basketball 1. BARBARA SELLERS Commercial Future undecided. F.H.A.1,2,3. SANDRA SHADDOCK Academic Future music teacher. Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Glee Club 1,2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Dance Band 1,2, 3. THOMAS SHADE Futtu-e includes college. Academic Dance Band 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Brass Choir 1,2, 33 Chorus 3, Glee Club 33 Basketball Band 3. KAY SHANAMAN Academic Future history teacher. F.T.A.1,33F.H.A.1,2,3. THOMAS SHANAMAN Academic Future mineralologist. Hall Patrol 33 Track 13 Chorus 33 Chemistry Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 33 F.T.A. 3. JANE SHENK Academic Future nurse. Majorette 1,2, 33 J.V. Hockey 13 Tri Hi-Y 2,33 Art Elective 1,2,33 Yearbook 33 F.N.A. 1,2,3. JANET SHIRK Academic Future physical education teacher. Tri-Hi-YV1, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Newspaper 1, 2, 33 Band Front 1,2, 33 Tri Class Play 13 F.T.A. 1,2,33 G. A.A. 1,2, 33 Yearbook 33 Tennis 1,2, 33 Basketball 1,2, 33 Hockey 1,2, 33 Government Club 13 Class Secretary 2, 33 Class' Tre asurer 1. GEORGE SHOLLY Academic Future career in business administration. Band 1,2, 33 Track 23 Basketball Band 33 Hi-Y 3. ROBERT SIMMONS General Future in electonics. Basketball 2. DONALD SMITH General Future undecided. Dance Band 1,2, 33 Orchestra 33 Baseball 1,2, 33 Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 33 Stage Crew 1,23 Hall Patrol 2, 3. DONNA SMITH General Future nurse. F.N.A. 1,2,33 F.H.A. 1,2,33 Band Front 1,2, 33 Chorus 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 33 Hockey 1, 33 Tennis 1,2, 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3. EDWARD SMITH Commercial Future in the fmniture business. LAMAR SMITH General Future in the Coast Guard. Hi-Y 3. CAROL SNAVELY General Future nurse. Yearbook 3. MARILYN SNAVELY General Futme I.B.M. operator Chorus 1,2, 33 Glee Club 1,2,33 F.N.A. 1,23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33.Yearbook 3. ANN SOLLENBERGER Future in elementary education. Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 33 Brass Choir 23 Band 1,2,33 F.N.A. 1,2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Chemistry Club 2, 33 Newspaper 23 Sr. Class Play 33 Tri Class Academic Play 2 . GERALD SPEECE General Future I.B.M. operator. I-Ii-Y 2,33 Baseball 1, 33 Class Vice-President 3. ROHLAND STAGER Academic Future includes business school. Hi-Y 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3. GLENN STEPHENS Academic Future career in business administration. Soccer 33 Track 3. SUSAN STOBER General Future Be autician. Basketball 13 Chorus 1,33 F.N.A. 13 Art Elective 1. JOANNE STRUPHAR Commercial Future secretary. F.H. A. 13 Library Club 3. ANNETTE TARBET Academic Future X-Ray technician. F. N. A. 13 Library Club 13 Yearbook 33 Art Elective 2. ROXANNE TEAHL General Future in the Pe ace Corp. Library Club 1,2, 33 Library Assistant 1,2, 3. ERIC TIENTER General Future undecided . Stage Crew 13 Projectionist Club 1,2,33 Band 1,2, 3. KENNETH TURNER General Future in the Navy. Track 1 . LINDA ULRICH Academic Future interior decorator. Government Club 13 Newspaper 1,2, 33 F. T.A. 13 Yearbook 33 Library Assistant 3. ROBERT UNGER Academic Future includes college. Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1,2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Clarinet Choir 2, 33 Tri Class Play 2, 33 Basketball Band 33 Cross Country 33 F. T. A. 23 Yearbook 33 Orchestra 33 Track Statistician 3. MARIAN WALTERS Academic Future medical secretary. Band 1,2,33 Chorus 1,2,33 Orchestra 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Clarinet Choir 2, 3. ERNIE WEABER Future sawmill worker. Projectionist 1,2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 33 Photographers Ge ne ral Club 1. JAMES WEABER Academic Future biologist. Stage Crew 1,2, 33 Basketball 2. LINDA WEABER Commercial Future secretary. Library Club 1, 23 Yearbook 33 Library Assistant 1, 2, 33 Basketball Mgr. 2. ROBERT WEABER Academic Future in electronics. Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3 . EARL WEAVER Commercial Future career in automation. RICHARD WEIK Academic Future in electronics. Photography Club 1 , 2, 33 Yearbook 3. CARLIN WENGER Academic Future industrial chemist. Basketball Mgr. 1,2, 33 Track Mgr. 1,2,33 Dance Band 1, 23 Band 1, Q Orchestra 1, 23 Brass Choir23 News- paper 1,2,33 Honor Society 1,2, 33 Varsity Club 3. MICHAEL WENTLING Academic Future includes college. Basketball 13 Soccer 1, 2, 33 Track 1,2, 33 Orchestra 33 Chorus 1,2, 33 Band 13, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 2,3. JENNIFER WERT Commercial Future secretary . Chorus 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 33 Band Front 1,2, 33 Library Club 1, 2, 33 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. HELEN WI-HSLER Academic Future veterinarian. Chorus 2, 33 Chemistry Club 23 Yearbook 33 Sr. Class Play 33 Basketball Mgr. 1. JACOB WINT ERS Commercial Future includes business school. Band 1 , 2 , 3 . VICKI WISE General Future undecided. F.H.A. 1,2, 33 Library Club 1,2, 33 Library Assistant 1 2. JOHN YORTY General Future undecided. GARY YOUNG Commercial Future at Bethlehem Steel. Cross-Country 1,33 Track 1,2, 33 Hall Patrol 1,2, 33 Soccer 23 Hi-Y 1,2, 33 Varsity Club 1. JANICE SEIBERT Commercial Future I. B. M. operator. Hockey 3. MOST ARTISTIC MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED p- L i ., " .F x. r f :-, . Q 'fri f N r une Shenk and Lu Hi Kris Kre amer and Don Martin I 'W PP MOST DRAMATIC is Q' QQ NS nf' QXA BEST xsesw Nm-ax DANCERS CWM f'- a Ensm xv-'EF' I ' X Chris Hackman and john Gingrich MOST POPULAR . is fm' and Mike 3 Eloise C athy Gingrich and D ale Ache nb ach Loya nd Mike Kfejser MOST STUUXOUS C ONTRIBUTED M W Mir- 1am Brandt a d H D On M11 K ytin M951 p:Y'YYkAC'YNE D on NX 9539 CL ASS Lisa Auxfmcv av-5 CLOXNNS EXOKSQ Loy and BMX NXDYSVTLB QUIE-TEST Eden Wkisler :md Kohn Ginguch 48 Donn 21 Boye r .md Marlin Hed Tick ITY BEST PERSONAL - h Gingflc dJOhn ICrisICvCarnCr an MOS YNHQRGEIFUI Q Exn.. N Wux- Miriam Brandt Carol B OWTIIQII and Rick Loose C THLETI MOST A f5""" Brenda Granger and J-oe 49 baCh le Achen Karen L0ng and Da and Bill Mo ST COU R TEOUS Fi!-'ller BEST D Rsssab Carroll At this point in the CORINOMA we wish to pause for a moment to pay tribute to a most deserving individual, Mr. Henry Hollinger, who is retiring at the end of this school term. During his teaching career of,forty- two years, twenty-nine of which were spent at Annville, Mr. Hollinger taught both mathematics and Englishg in ad- dition he willingly gave of his time to serve in rather unglamorous, but in- dispensable positions such as: ticket manager, cafeteria proctor, and track official. For his outstanding service, Class M1955 First te aching Position. he was honored as teacher of the year for 1964-1965 -- and was given a plaque by the PSEA to commemorate the award. Because of his seemingly inexhaust- ible energy which belies his true age, it seems almost an injustice to see Mr. Hollinger leave his profession, however, as he enters retirement, the CORINOMA staffg representing the student body, ad- ministration, faculty, and community, wishes him and his loved ones many wonderful years of happiness. Pays Tribute Preparing for a lesson Ticket taker Grandfather C afe te ri a proctor Class ryf1955 Is Largest to Ever Graduate rom A-CHS SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS National Mnrit Scholarship Uuniata Collegel .,.,,.,,.,........,. DONALD MARTIN Richard M. Simpson Memorial Scholarship Uuniata Collegei Rrcrman BEARD Naval Reserve Officers Training Scholarship CDartmouth Collegel DALE ACHENBACH Lebanon County NVomen's Clubs Nursing Scholarship fAllentown Hospital, IOAN Bucman Messiah College Scholarships ....... ,,.,..,. M ARTHA Gmcarcu DoNAr.o ESHLELIAN Lehigh University Scholarship ...... ..,,... K ENNETH M1-:ren Antioch College Scholarship . . .........,.. ,.,,.,... LISA AVJMACK Franklin 8: Marshall College Scholarship .,... ...... L ARRY Losen Nine A-CHS seniors were recipients of college scholar- ships. The seniors sing their new Alma Mater, written by an alumnus, Harry Frederick, who composed the song and dedicated it to the Class of 1965. 52 ANNvn.i.E-cLEoNA HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Organ Prelude - Fantasia in G Major ...,.., . Bach Processional - Pomp and Circumstance ,...,,..,, . . Elgar Mildred E. Meyers, Organisr Invocation ,. ,,..,. ,........... . .. ..,, THE REVEREND A. E. Kl.rNE Pastor, Evangelical Congregational Church at Annvllla Hymn - O Worship the King Address of Welcome ...,........,... .,.... K RISTEN KREAMER Choral Selections - Psalm 150 ., ., ., ..,.. , .. .. Lewandowski Climb Ev'ry Mountain . Rodgers and Hammerstein Senior Chorus directed by Mrs. Robert Sollenberger Miss Mildred E. Myers, Accompanist Introduction of Speaker .., , ... .,..., ., ., .. M. L. KEIM Supllvlxlng Prlnclpal Commencement Address ., , DR. GUSTAVE W. WEBER Pnsidant, Suxqvlhanna Unlvaraily Piano Solo - Prelude in G Minor ., .,,...,.. ,..,,...,. R achmaninoff Cynthia Ensminger Presentation of Class .......,,. ,... ,. ,,... RICHARD H. GINGRICH High School Prlnclpal Presentation of Diplomas ..,,....... ......., J AMES T. KARSNITZ Prasldant, Board at Education Alma Mater ....... ....., W ords and music by HARRY FREDERICK Class of i958 dedicated to lha Clclu af 1965 lung by tha members af the graduating clan. Benediction .. ........,......,....., ...,........,..... T HE Rev. A. E. KLINE Recessional - The Heavens Declare the Glory of God - Marcello ,Ig . f , , . lx These seniors realize that their long hours of study have finally received their reward. SENIOR AWARDS Annville American Legion and Readers Digest Awards Highest Honors Ill Class . , . , ,. ,.... , .,.,.... Annville Businessnielfs Association Award .. KRISTEN Kar-:Aman 2nd Highest Honors in Class , . .. , , . .,.,....,. ..., .....,...... D o N'AI..n bfARTlN Annville Reading Circle Award for Excellence in English Annvillo Rotary Club Service Awards .. Alinvillc-Cleona Kiwanis Club Courtesy Awards Brulseli and Lomb Science Award Betty Crocker Homemalring Award , ,. .. Business Education Awards KRISTEN KREALUIR .. KRISTEN Km-:AMrm DONALD MARTIN ,. hlH1lAM BRANIJT DONALD ESllLELiAN ., DONALD blARTlN . HELEN HAHVRYLUK Outstanding Student in Course DoNNA DUPLEB at LYNDA FERNSLEH Bookkeepiiig ,. ,.. , .,.. . Shorthand , . .... .,., , .,... . ., , . ., .. Class of '62 Service Award . .,..,..... . . . Cleona Woman's Club and Danforth Foundation Personal Development Awards ,. . .. Cleona Woman's Club Girl-of-the-Year ...,.,... ,.,. DAR Good Citizen Award . .,.. . . ................ ., LYNDA FDKNSLHI . ..,. CAROL BLANTZ . DONALD blAR1'lN ., ., ..... CATIIY Gmcrucu DALE ACHENBACH MIIuAM BRANDT MmIAM BnAND1' Lebanon County Republican Committee Award for Excellence in Problems of Democracy ., . ., .,.. .........,...,.. .... .,... . L I SA AUMACK Lebanon Valley Kiwanis Club Athletic Scholarship Awards .,...... JANE: SHIRK Matheinaties Association of America Award ......., PSES Essay Contest . . ....,,.. .. . Soraptomist Citizenship Essay Award . .. jack Sudbury Memorial Industrial Arts Award .... .. , ...., .. VFW Auxiliary Essay Prizes .,..., .,......,.,.,, ,. WCTU Citizenship Awards . ,... , . . .. . .,....,........ .. DALE ACHENBACH DONALD LLARTIN blARl2DA LIcI-rr LISA AUBIACK .. LAIKIAR Srfrm Krusrsw KREALIER DoNNA Borsa ANN SOLLENBERGER ANN SOLLENBERGER DoNALD blARTlN joseph ll. and Emma li. Westenberger Memorial Awards Home Economies . .... , Vocational Agriculture , ,. .,,... SUSAN Sronr-za CARL Foamsx' ir, Iv gg Q w it "What do you me an I failed?" As the Class of 1965 leaves A-CHS the seniors take with them a part of all the people they have known. The many dedi- cated teachers and administrators have expanded the students' world of knowledge and understanding far beyond the bound- aries of ignorance. These graduates nOW stand prepared for their most difficult task -- that of becoming a good citizen Of not only their nation but also their world. Class president Rick Be ard receives his diploma from principal Mr. Richard Gingrich. ZX..- 5 e--S., T-if , .V The graduates march from the stage taking with them the memories of twelve years. 54 The seniors proceed to the stage for the last time. Pts. -Q- These faces reflect the success of Field Day. These senior flutists perform admirably at the spring band concert. Twenty-one senior boys with nothing to do fill the phone booth. That escapade brought humor to the seniors' final hours. 95 '23 B. Ai Wx. r,, lfmfl ' uw? Doesnlt he resemble a hardworking senior? Look at all that enthusiasm! U These girls seem to be f A i i N x Y , 55 ,Qin 'F'-l pondering some gre at problem. E I -E An unusual view of the senior girls! n' ' - Helen is our female Little jack Horner. X 4 Carl and Ken are going on a trip. Our basketball band is always on the SCCTIC Look how nervous these players are just before curtain time. Fourscore and seven years ago. . . 56 my I I Ud! F J is J r A R' ,X . 1 f union X ,PNE Q - C Treasurer Secretary C I A A Susan Andrea ' Stark DiEnno President Vice- Clyde President Miller Philip Schneider 1 , , 5 A wr . m A -4 .ru X 4 rf" . .1 . .Q 3 if y R-A-X-F rf :iq B ' - is j rffwfg' '- ' "" , Y an tl A .'T:'..fb - Ya 1. Q or T U ' .. ' vs, v . il' 4. N4 K ,.5 7 ng!- v Q W .. .. Z ' fa-Q C - ra-1. - f sp 1 ' I b::,':: V nre T T 5 in an fevgiysf' K ffff. . 5. V, ff ' - . '- 5 . vm ssx T f i N P ,X 3 " ff' in ' -1 mi Z 1 . fa 4- far I X 'fl f' is X 'fx 4' 'FF v . . 'Q .. if w -Q3 a' ig fi if M Nhltfelll W J 14 .' '54 im' y in 'fl 58 ,au Q 3' ix R A Darrell Baldwin Macklyn Beare Doyle Blauch Linda Blauch Kathleen Boe shore Ruth Bollinger Barbara Bomgardnei jeffrey Bowman Richard Bowman Ingrid Bretzius John Bryce Stanley Bucher Theresa Carroll Barbara Chadwick Bradley Coleman Lee Condi-an Robert Cooper Judy Dechert james DeLong David Dissinger Benjamin Dohner Ray Doutrich Suzanne Dull Sandra Dunn Gary Embich Alice Estep Carl Fake Linda Fake Mervin Fansler Edgar Fernsler Valerie Fine jane Finkbiner Carolyn Fox Terry Frattaroli Michael Fry jean Gerber Clyde Gingrich Neil Graby Sandra Granger john Grier james Gross Jon Gruber tity f' Adrian Haak Elva Heagy Norma I-Ieeter Gary Heilman Douglas Hemperly Dianne Herr .a .5 Lorraine Hertzog Susan I-Ietricl-4 Deborah Hixson Jerry Hoover Lois Horn Edgar Horst Mary Hostetter Sandra Hostetter Paul Kline William Kramer Stefanie Kreame' Jean Kreider Patricia Kreider Brian Kruger Donna Lasch Barry Leader Irma Lentz Sally Lentz David Lohrer Bonita Long Joyce Loy Julie Maurer Patricia McConnell Dennis McDonaldson Carol Mease James Meyer Barbara Miller Bonita Miller Brian Miller Carrie Miller Dennis Miller Kenneth Miller Darlene Moyer Ralph Nissley Donald Pe iffer Roger Pcllegrini Sallyann Peters Linda Poorman Glenn Reigle john Reitz Jane Rice Lois Risser 3 3 S is ,fa ,X XI,L , if 5 If K W,..4gw Q i,x . 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Bonita Shuey Thomas Snavely Carol Stephen Sandra Swisher Rose Tavani David Thompson Jessica Tice james Uhrich Sallie Uhrich Michael Vanovich Dennis Wampler Arthur Wartluft Claire Watson Barbara Weaver Bonita Weidler Cheryl Weimer Victoria Wehgert Carol Whitman Susan Wildasin Gary Winters Curtis Wise Robert Witmex Earl Wolfe Gerald Wolfe Nancy Ye agley Robert Young jean Zimmerman 60 s T X ' iz, 5 ... f N, cl' Q, . . if? S 1 in President Harold I-Iabecker Class Ojicers L.L Vice Preside nt Patricia Lasch 52 1? 5 'L is l ffsfqrfsz Se cret ary Brenda Baylor Q-CC ,YAG 'e 'T J 'snr S0 homores Tpeagtu-er Floyd Aunspach Ellen Susan Bainbridge Loser Edward Barry QW W' Peggy Baum ,ii 1-F xi. 2' ig Q4 f C, xslt Q' " ' T . . L V C C S Iii? Q2 ' gf P f '55 1 ,rl .g:' ' A D A ," W I 1 if A c tfttx C :ef X ' . ' K 1 ff rrr ' B L -F2 - P . r , og 3 , Q, if . 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Ps. al , IL' 62 x.lss'sfrt 4 Elizabeth Howell james Karsnitz David Kauffman jeffrey Keiser Denise Kelly jean Kercher Kay Kerkslager Jill Killinger Carol Kleinfelter Frank Kless Jill Kline Richard Klopp jill Kramer Mark Kreider Kenneth Kreiser Elaine Krum Terry Laudermilch Deborah Levitz Sandra Lingle Marilyn Long Lynn Longenecker Linda Loose Jane Love Carroll Martin Cathy Mease Paul Meck Arthur Miller David Miller Leonard Miller Sandra Miller Yvonne Miller Sandra Milligan Shelba Morris Terry Mumma Terry Peiffer Josephine Pruitt Karen Pyles Randall Rademacher Catherine Rogers Mary Rohrer john Rudy Fred Sanders PN f. it William Sholly Shirley Shuey Deborah Shultz Romaine Smith Terry Smith Robert Snavely John Sollenberger joseph Stasko Ronald Stegall Richard Stephen Evelyn Stine David Stoner William Stover Kathleen Sudbury Thelma Sweigert Cynthia Swingholm janet Tanno Brenda Teahl Diane Thompson Craig Tobias Jonathan Tom Raymond Trautman Cindy Tribioli Michael Van Voorhis Dawn Waltermyer Brenda Wampler Richard Wartluft Bonnie Watson Delbert Weaber jean We aber Robert Weaber Olin Wethington William Whisler Jeffrey Williams Drucilla Windle Larry Winters John Witmer Ruth Woolum Kenneth Zeiders Dennis Zellers Glen Zeller Mary Zimmerman -win . -S32 nm Ar Thomas Schaeffer Janice Schwenk Brenda Shaddock Larry Sheaf Gordon Sheetz june Shenk C f Q , S l ,Q P , 12' ' ,rbi im- H r " 2 is mf '33 N .2 A. f AS .sf ATX ,A .,yy qi .yiy 1 Anim S if A , 4 . , M, 5 K Rx X .Q llsg my Y?" 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A gdglgglr Qt A g S3 1 R R S - . 2 i :,':.A'.3L'.2: 13:1 Q 68 Dianne Kless Donna Kling Beverly Kreider Elizabeth Kreider Robert Kreiser Dean Kruger David Kyle Thomas Lasher Donald Lavine Daryl Layser Darlene Lewars Deborah Light Larry Light Thomas Lingle Richard Litz Barbara Long June Long Lisa Long Robert Long Michael Longenecke Forest Martin Kenneth Mase Margaret Matala Robert Meck Barbara Meily Joanna Miller Joseph Miller Robert Miller Alfred Minnich George Moore Virginia Morris Kenneth Maulfair James Mumma Orville Mumma David Murphy Rita Niccolini Howard Nye Judy Plasterer Carolyn Poorman Patricia Raggzninto Henry Rasp Linda Reigert ff Robert Reigle Marilyn Reist Dennis Rhoads Bonnie Risser john Rittle K YE: ' Dj , gag Daniel Sauder Sc x , , R jean Schmaltzer David Schumacher Bruce Sellers Terry Seltzer Edwin Shaak Jane Shaffer Patricia Sheetz jack Shenk Kathleen Sherman Linda Shipp Larry Shuey Sharon Smith Jacob Snavely Gloria Spannuth Valeria Sprecher Andrew Stachow Dennis Stephen Phyllis Sweigert Sandra Teahl Judy Teets Peter Theis Robert Thomas jeffrey Tice Colette Tienter Joanne Tittle Michelle Tobias Stephen Tom Judy Tompkins Eileen Tshudy Nikki Vanovich Frank Valez Gary Walborn Wayne Wampler Dawn Wartluft Lynn Weaber Terry We aber Kenneth Wengert Sharie Wert Joyce Wethington Peggy Wilds Mary Windle james Winters Gloria Wolfe Dennis Ye agley Joseph Zearfoss Harry Zeiders Craig Zeller Rita Zimmerman xi A mmf ky' M ti i 5 'EV ff? '93, nv M . H 'r-' egg Sf f 4 T I -A - A? n i -if Q is ' 'FPS ' 'av f-ff T' ,sl-My it to "?--f ,, N . L NX ' Q , S .2 Qxy "L TTI' . S Q -- M , 'Q R '??iil ?'31-g 1r-.- it Jrfr.. 2 i ,q Sei C:-1 bbw , ig' l f me i S 6" get X" . ' - S 1' f , f R X 1 Li 'e-,la HX Rb .l..e. v' 'L ' Nazi? " L , N Nr" t 'Q ' -.,k -43' .v-1 'N la if ' , S it 69 W KX if ut.. l Q, . B ' V' F 4. ,X 5, Seventh Grade in N K , Qyjj i 'iq i V f A Treasurer Secretary Glen Achey R b rt Ken eth M ' Bgolfs Shuefly Terry Achey Pre sident Vice - Lance President args, Keller Charles ' I 5 ' Class Canon sl M I fm! james Atkins ' T wf Terry Barnes Ojieers it K 2 X3 if h, .Q , ,,,, L . ir. ' is M ' Ziff K "-. 'T N - A L iig ee y be My eee Q , L i or see eff f- 1 E 3 fl A i E I rife y ,en, is M ,sl A n X C an e he a ll , a ly lii??l1L'l?3?I" as 2 V ' - r' L ' j ' 1 'Y N! ...f f l I . -ga, may fy. I lf, rx vy gil. ..:hMJ.t'Axx,- 1353. 55ifw??i41"f'?Q11-f "fi '?f.f"'.-Q A X 'Y .Ill Y ikfkv. 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' we Sharon Fox janet Gerber Sally Gingrich A Clair Goodman g W Z f fl .xx me .- t 1 - Q g 'rg 'F 5 'sl 01 1- . W -..lr ,, 1 'gi ww K mf C F. . ,, ,A xv- I I U I .r 'h . g 5 W K- i ul- 4 L , , if up Mary jane Heisey Juanita I-Iemperly Kw- Kim Hemperly David Herr Boyd Hitz Y Marie Hitz ,I ' Richard Hitz K gk Gerald I-Ioffer Jay Hoffer Harold Hoffsmith Alan Hontz , r - r Nevin Hoover tr' Dwight I-Iostetter , .S p 4 1 ..- 1 'K L ri, X 1 S 1 i .J , 4 4--7 - x 'W I T7 V Rodney I-Iostetter Stephen Hostetter Connie Imboden Craig Karsnitz Janet Keener Linda Keener Christopher Keller Randall Kelly XX we-1x MaryAnn Graby William Graby Susan Grant Joanna Guildoo Glenn Haak Kenneth Habecker Kenneth Hamm Marlene Harbaugh Earl Hartman Karen I-Ieeter ...J f LL,,,. .177 X A ' - .. , ,W if , "" x ' ' ' l " F' , M A. A . :Yr ' A L ,. K ,LX V ff, .rv J NRA g Robert Kerkaslager John Kline Susan Kline William Kline Marilyn Kramer Lynn Kreidcr Arthur Kreiser '52 '51 f'-J ,, Nl' fl S1 S H 1 NP ' ' il rf di Cheryl Kreiser Clair Kreiser Sandra Kreiser Ben Kruger Rose Lauer Glenn Layser 3 Xslxx mlxs - Susan Lemon Gregory Light Lily Lingle janet Long R -v Lois Long Ronald Long Kenneth Longenecker Jeanne Loose . fi vw Reynold Marquette Kirby Martin Grace Mase Mary Matala X I john McCurdy S ' 31 Clyde Meyer r W L -al i Q7 G21 Q g wi A S5153 P63 U -'V' my ' ' : L ., Svx Cv Q' C? Q v Q.: I ' lb X 5 A ll if-gil Q' M 1 1 I An K1 5-V T V A . Q , ,qt it fx if ff' 1. David Meyer , J R 71 X ,.,t iq ' -4 L g.. " , ' HU L Linda Partridge Dora Pruitt ij i Larry Pyles Marilyn Raber Deborah Ragguinto Larry Reitz Dennis Rhoad Karen Rhoads Andrea Rhodes Donald Risser Roxanne Ristenbatt Steven Royer Steven Schaeffer Dennis Scholl jan Schoomaker Daryl Schumaker Harold Schwalm Kevin Seward Judy Shaffer Randy Smith Lavern Snave ly Kathy Sprecher Ronald Stark Sylvia Stasko Donald Stephen Gerald Taulbee Tom Tucker Karen Umberger Kenneth Uhrich Kathy Uhler Constance Van Winkle Stewart Waltermeyer Sandra Warfel Darlene Weaber Lillian We aber Cheryl Weaver Harold Weaver Marletta Weaver Susan Weaver Delores Weik Charlagne Weimer James Wise Dane Wolfe Kenneth Wolfe Ronald Wolfe Susan Yake Marc Yorty Medvin Young Barry Zimmerman lyk? ,5 tial: ' ' aid' G L x dj CA 3 will N X' l ,fix ,y ft - rr if -...1 i r Qv ':-. Dianne Meyer Deborah Miller Randall Miller Sharon Miller Josephine Moore Susan Moyer Larry Nauman jeffrey Newman Richard Nickliss Lawrence Noll Lester Oberholtzer Donald Parker ., X . 'lf' df kx . f 'X ga 3 .5 J .' as f .A,. X .,xf,3J'-. R A . S, X i S N52 X -0: f " 1 S 'M L MW ' if F J ?-if ' D L X ... , . , , , ty " 'zrnl I fl A 'SX' , it L ,K -- A x i Q., -32. ' K 5 - if LA - f ' - I H sf L - fe 7 Q 'V Q :Ligl,Ll3r: .,r1 ,f N S a ,W 1 1' " K .12 .4- Q t " ,x + ' , . K , , -Q . R Q . ' in f i ll' at SNA. di -lg kr? Af N faq, ,Q 3 3 W' if S l ty, QQ: -K N E ff yytty , C v , V i V X , A Q? Lei, Q S fn- L ,Q , ' Lvdwgg ,,.. . 3 i J -gf , t l f J Q' "4 ,I let R I - ' - 1' " 'A K nh 'lx ' 72 U nderclassmen Have F un King Greg and Queen Cathy should be happy! Mother ncvcr made ice cream like this! Isn't love grand ? vv Watch out! It's halftime. I I J Some juniors are learning proper laboratory methods. Watch out, Santa Claus! There's a S PY- You're on Candid Camera, too, Bonnie. 5' Bu- This group of important people has a big conference. Dancing is such a nice way to pass an evening. Many couples enjoyed die new fall dance, the Fall Fantasy. Clubs and A ctz'vz'ties . A, , . K Student Council ROW 1: I. Gingrich, C. Gingrich, J. Colvin, D. Martin, F. Sattazahn, D. Achen- bach, S. Wildasin. ROW 2: Miss Witmeyer, Advisorg G. Hitz, M. Fry, S. Peters, I. Sollenberger, O. Wethington, C. Mease, C. Rohland. Missing -- K. Kreamer. "Student Council Serves School in Many Ways" The senior high Student Council has both government and service obligations within the school. This organization promotes student-faculty relations as well as assisting with assembly programs, publishing a student handbook, encouraging social functions and broadcasting daily announcements. First Vice President , Sec. Vice President Faye Sattazahn llm Colvm API gq?5f'5f'f Secretary Treasurer Cathy Gingrich Dale Achenbach QT? President Donald Martin 76 "What's on the agenda for today, Cathy?" "Attention please for our 8-15 an.nouncements"' y . . Don and Olin faithfully announce the day's activities. 2 fi! 1 N 4 S L, ,A,fi , 4 , A 'AZ'L J" ai? f-ini i X ,f . - - .,.. ,W X i ' f lx 4 .- Q- i i t, 5 ,t y s a 1, .ff-"X "Is there an empty space?" john surveys the lot as parking lot chairman. "Soft drink anyone?" Susie, Don, Sally, and Miss Witmeyer try out a new cooling device for the spirited basketball fans. Fall Fantasy Court: Brian Kruger, Faye Sattazahn, Donald Martin, Kristen Kreamer, Elaine Mease, Richard Gates, Dale Achenbach, Cathy Gingrich, Cathy Rohland, Mike Fry, Eloise Loy, Dale Magni, Cathy Mease, Jim Colvin. "Fall Fantay is Bzg Success." As a service to the student body the Student Council sponsors the annual Fall Fantasy Dance. The high point of this dance is the crowning of the King and Queen and elected members of each class. Dale and Cathy reign as Fall Fantasy King and Queen. 78 Brenda and Vic found that "When there's a will, there's a way. " 'cffastle in the Cloudsj' Provides Romantic A zfmosplzere The major project of the junior class is to sponsor a junior-Senior Prom. As this year's theme the class chose "Castle In The Clouds. " Because of diligent work, the Prom was a success. X7 X o af-""1 Sr. Honor Society ROW 1: E. Fisher, C. Blantz, R. Kless, C. Hackman, K Meyer M Brandt J Shlrk, K Kreainer, J. Tice, L. Fake. ROW 2: S. Brewer, I. Foltz, D. Miller, M. Gingrich I Gruber C Wenger D Achcnbach, D. Martin, L. Aumack, J. Bucher, S. Wildasin, S. Peters, I. Flnkblner Honor Society Promotes Solzolostzo With the co- operation of the Guidance Depart- ment the Senior Honor Society con- ducted a success- ful tutoring service during the past school year. A ch iooom Lisa Aumack assists two ont underclassmen with their studies 'QQ 80 Q ,+. '10ewcofe7QXQ1ffj3 NEWSPAPER STAFF, FIRST ROW: M. Brandt, C. Fox, J. Gruber, P. Schnei- der, A. DiEnno, B. Chadwick. SECOND ROW: L. Herr, D. Gerber, S. Tom, S. Ebcrsole. THIRD ROW: C. Hackman, S. Blanch, B. Fake, E. Sohlman, I. Tom, J. Gingrich, Gross, D. Fine, K. Beard, J. Shirk. Crier Reports School News THE DUTCHMEN CRIER, the schoo1's newspaper, keeps the student body well informed through a staff of hard-working individuals . SITTING: D. Poorman, H. Grab . STANDING: Y L. Fake, I. Tice, M. Hostetter, I. Remesnik, S. Maulfair, I. Krcider, D. Dupler, R. Heagy. . I SX" ,,. '-ffjf'-C f Yearbook Staff -- ROW 1: D. IVii11er,'J. Shenk, M. Gingrich, E. Fisher, P. Rauch, S. Brewer, L. Weaber, C. Snavely. ROW 2: C. Bowman, H. Whisler, C. Nickliss, D. Dupler, M. Snavely, S. Maulfair, I. Foltz, A. Tarbet, D. Boyer, I. Shirk, B. Granger, C. Hackman. ROW 3: R. Hamer, R. Weik, R. Unger. Having worked industriously throughout the school term, the CORINOMA staff compiled the entire publication. Other than the duties ordinarily performed by year- book staffs, this year's members were devoted to originality and organization in the development of a unique theme. The CORINOMNS editor and assistant editor, Christine Hackman and Susan Brewer, coordinate the entire publica- tion. 82 jane Shcnk Art Echtor. Bmnda Granger -- Feature Editoix x -4 xp' S vi ,.--. X , F ' I In I XX ! X. 5 XX J X s X Ralph Hamer f awww-w - f' an .ff.,,v' . MQ my an '7 A, Ai, k 'CK ii Q 5 , ,dw 5 . jfs" , Aifzfiiufs. if A-jr,-' 'Ffzif' -is' .5 ka i M ,',:,, . +2 '?i'23'Ap1fif 3 Pat Rauch and Jane Foltz Senior Ed1tOI'S 83 Tri -Class Play "The Tealzouse ff the A ugust Moon This year's Tri- Class Play, "The Teahouse of the August Moon," dealt with the escapades of the American occupa- tional forces in Okinawa. John Ging- rich, portraying a naive Okinawan in- terpreter, highlighted his high school acting career with an out- standing performance AM 'ggi Li it i1"' , JJ The SAKINI SEIICEANT GRECOVICH COLONEL PURDY CAPTAIN I-'ISBY OLD XVOMAN , ,, OLD WOMAN'S DAUGHTER TIIE DAUCIITEIVS CHILDREN LADY ASTOII, the dog TIIE ANCIENT MAN, MII. OSIIIIIA MII, IIOKAIDA MII. OMURA MII. SUMATA MII. SEIKO MISS HIGA IIGA MII. KEOIIA LOTUS BLOSSOM . Cast john Gingrich john Ensminger Larry Sheaf Phil Schneider Kristrln Krcamcr Sallyunn P4-tors btcvvn Ixrcrimur, Lucy Beard, Susan Ensmingcr, :md Amy jo Peters Prince, properly of john Gingrich Roburt Unger Kenneth Moyer jon Cniber Stiinley Bucher Larry Hipp Lois Hom David Lohrer Christine Haclanan CAPTMN MCLEAN Ion Gruber THE VILLAGERS Linda Dinnisnn, Cnrolc Ehrl-are Mary Zimmermann, and Cathy Beard The Ladies' League for Democratic Action . Ruth YVoolum, Cathy Rohlancl Valarie Fine, Susan Staxlc, jane! Elliott. Karen I-'ako "Mother Is A Freshman" Mas. Aeicfui. SUSAN Mas. MlLLEn SYLVIA BUNNY HELEN Cxuzms CLARA MARGE Bono JACK Howie Blu. Cast Aaaorr a widow Christine Hackman her daughter Eloise Loy a housemother Joan Bucher Ann Sollenberger Kristen Kreamer Cynthia Ensminger Cathy Gingrich students at Pointer College Carol Bowman Patricia Rouch Vincent Viozzi Robert Kreider James Schaeffer Joseph Carroll DEAN GILLINGHAM Dean of Pointer College John Ensminger Paosssson MlcHAei.s who teaches zoology .. Kenneth Meyer PnoMP'rERs . ., .......,...,.....,...,...,. ,,,.. . , ,. Helen Whisler Martha Gingrich Sr. Tri-Hi-Y ROW 1: S. Wildasin, E. Fisher, D. Boyer, S. Brewer, B. Chadwick, A. Frederick, S. Kreamer. ROW 2: E. Loser, S. Dunn, B. Baylor, E. Berezich, B. Miller, R. Tavani, L. Loose, I. Love, P. Heffner, D. Kelly, I. Shenk, N. Yeagley. ROW 3: D. Fleer, B. Shaddock, I. Foltz, C. Beard, S. Granger, S. Shuey, K. Pyles, I. Degler, C. Kline, S. Maulfair, I. Rice, S. Peters, I. Elliot, J. Shirk, B. Bonigardner, K. Kreainer ROW 4: D. Shultz, S. Funk, S. Bainbridge, V. Fine, I. Kramer, l. Bretzius, C. Dohner, M. Zimmerman, P. Rauch, B. Iviiller, I. Heilman, C. Niekliss, A. DiEnno, V. Wengert, C. Roush, A. Estep, P. McConnell, Mrs. Ke ller, advisor. Tri-Hz'-T and Hz'-T Work fn' Others To create, maintain, and extend high standards of christian conduct throughout the home, school, and community has been the goal of both the Tri-Hi-Y and I-li-Y. Sr. Hi-Y FIRST ROW:J. Long, B. Kruger, M. Kreiser, G. Young, C. Gardner, G. Heilman, R. Vogelsong. SECOND ROW: J. Miller, 1. Carroll, D. Magni, L. Smith, V. Viozzi, J. Speeee, G. Embich, G. Tobias. THIRD ROW: V. Peters, C. Lavine, L. Plasterer, D. Eshelman, M. Schmaltzer, B. Dohner, T. Shanaman, K. Karsnitz, Mr. Kish, advisor. FOURTH ROW: R. Loose, T. Miller, B. Fidler, M. DiF.nno, R. Peiffer, A. Haak. 86 F.T.A. ROW 1: P. Heffner, B. Holtz, K. Shanainan, P. Rauch, T. Shanaman, B. Bomgardner. ROW 2: Mr. Martin, advisor, S. Cox, T. Cooper, S. Bainbridge, B. Chadwick, A. DiEnno, D. Lausch, J. Gross, B. Miller, I. Foltz, C. Roush, E. Fisher, J. Shirk, P. McConnell, S. Brewer. Students Prepare or Future. The goal of the Future Teachers of America and the Future Nurses of America has been the promotion of the professional organizations which they sponsor. F. N.A. SEATED: L. Poorman, E. Berezieh, V. Wise, J. Bucher, M. Gingrich, I. Shenk. STANDING: L. Horn, D. Boyer, J. Degler, D. Smith, I. Loy, C. Watson, E. Miller, G. Hostetter, J. Sehwenk, C. Mease, H. Hawryluk, C. Kline, K. Kcrkesleger, I. Sauder, C. Witmer, N. Heeter, Miss Keene, advisor. 87 we Q F. F.A, ROW 1: L. Layser, K. Sellers, J. Meyer, I. Risser, C. Forney, B. Kreider, A. Bucks, G. Him, G. Heagy, E. Heagy, N. Weidler. ROW 2: Mr. Boyer, advisorg G. Weaver, S. Bucher, D. Hoover, D. Diamond, W. Finkbiner, T. Eckenroth, R. Lasher, D. Patches, D. Wampler, L. Hemperly, J. Fox, T. Mumma. ROW 3: D. Patches, K. Hershey, C. Marijn, C. Adey, G. Boyd, F. Custer, R. Bowman, N. Ebersole, N. Graby, C. Bomgard- ner, J. Yorty. Future Farmers Active in oumfy Parliamentary Procedure Team: D. Wampler, K. Sellers, S. Bucher, C. Forney, G. Hitz, K. Adey, C. Heagy, D. Hoover. F. F. A. Sweetheart Queen Brenda Shaddock Keystone Farmers: Carl Forney, B. Kreider, C. Bomgardner env,-st .-.W . x 88 By spon- soring various year-round activities, the Future Homemakers of America have attempted to fulfill their goal of im- proving per- sonal, family, and commun- ity relation- ships . F. H.A. ROW 1: D. Moyer, S. Lingle, R. Heagy, K. Shanaman, L. Fern- sler, J. Degler, B. lvliller. ROW 2: Mrs. Hixon, advisor, C. Allwcin, E. Berezich, S. Doll, N. Yeagley, L. I-lipp, B. Bomgardncr, C. Blantz, B. Sellers. ROW 3: N. Ebersole, B. Shuey, S. Hctrick, B. Shaddock, M. E1-lm field, L. Schwalm, I. Lentz, E. Heagy, E. Niiller, E. Fake. ROW 4: N. Sanderson,V. Fine, A. Estep, L. Bloch, J. Tice, M. Hostctter, I. Hartman K. Long, D. Custer, C. Whitman, D. Smith. FHA and Chemislpf Club Further Interests In Their Particular Fields Chemistry Club: R. Cooper, G. Winters, L. Hipp, T. Shaeffer, A. Frederick, A. Sollen- berger, D. Lasch, N. Heeter, H. Hawryluk, C. Mease, V. Peters, R. Harner, I. Gross, K Rohland, B. Miller, K. Miller, L. Condran, C. Hixon, T. Shanaman. rumour. un: or vm in ui is . 'F The main goal of the Chemistry Club has been the promotion of interest in the scientific field through advanced ex- perimentation 89 G.A.A. ROW 1: F. Sattazahn, S. Stark, S. Peters, K. Kreamer, B. Weaver, I. Shirk D. Smith. ROW 2: S. Wilderson, K. Long, S. Bainbridge, C. Gingrich, E. Fisher, Mrs. Petroskie, advisory E. Loy, B. Chadwick, L. Schwalm, B. Granger, S. Brewer. Athletes oin Forces The members of the G.A.A. and Varsity Clubs promote sports ac- tivities throughout the year. As their activities this year, the Varsity Club sold sweat shirts, and the G.A.A. officiated at field day. Varsity Club ROW 1: C. Wenger, J. Colvin, D. Martin, L. Loser, G. Young, D. Magni, D. Smith, R. Vogelsong, M. Kreiser. ROW 2: Mr. Middlekauff, advisor, C. Gardner, I. Miller, V. Peters, B. Fidler, T. Miller, D. Achenbach, D. Eshleman, R. Beard. V .,.. , , K QR 90 Library Assistants ROW 1: E. Krcider, I. Dull, S. Teahl, A. Achey, I. Long, P. Boyer, S. Long, D. Graham G. Herr, E. Kreider, L. Poorman, L. Fake, P. Heffner, D. Wartluft, M. Hitz, D. Kless, V. Sprecher, K. Grcss, G. Spannuth. ROW 2: Mrs, Moyer, Librarian, E. Howell, K. Kcrkeslager, M. Royer, D. Elliot, R. Tcahl, B. Shuey, S. Hctrick, C. Wartluft, D. Poorman, C. Allwein, E. Fake, QI. Wert, S. Maulfair, B. Meily, M. Bixlcr, A. Stover. ROW 3: C. Swingholm, S. Boltz, Y. Miller, L. Hipp, R. Kless, C. Croce, G. Kline, J. Folk, B. Smith, L. Longenecker, P. Baum, A. Breidenstine, S. Young, P. Hauer, S. Bowman, J. Loy, J. Kline, E. Krum, I. Shenk. ROW 4: C. Halsell, P. Bates, S. Funk, D. Thompson, S. Milligan, H. Graby, J. Hartman, C. Nickliss, I. Remesnik, S. Miller, C. Dohner, R. Boger, J. Kramer, W. Miller, J. Sauder, I. Kreider, E. Heagy, R. Bollinger, P. Kreider, S. Cooper. "LibmU Aids Are Assets." Library Club ROW 1: C. Nickliss, C. Croce, I. Wert, D. Poorman, J. Remesnik. ROW 2: S. Blouch, R. Kless, V. Sprecher, R. Teahl, D. Kless, C. Halsell, L. Poorman, S. Micozzi B. Shuey, S. Hetrick, S. Maulfair. ROW 3: Mrs. Moyer, advisor, B. Meilly, S. Young, B. Bowman, L. Hertzog, D. Elliot, P. Bates, J. Loy, R. Boger, H. Graby, J. Hartman, A. Breidenstine, J. Struphar. 2 ! 91 Hall Patrol ROW 1: C. Miller, K. Sellers, N. Graby, M. Fry, J. Beycrle, G. Hitz, G. Heilman, I. Martin, R. Krieder, R. Klopp. ROW 2: D. Smith, G. Embich, J. Miller, E. Fernsler, E. Wcabcr, A. Haak, J. Ulrich, T. Shanaman, B. Sholly, L. Sheaf. ROW 3: D. Martin, J. Karsnitz, B. Kruger, I. Colvin, H. Habecker, M. Wentling, G. Young, I. Reitz, V. Peters, C. Forney, D. Achenbach, D. Eshleman. Service Organizations Stage Crew ROW 1: E. Tienter, W. Bick- leman, T. Snavcly, W. Hartman, B. Pcllegrini, N. Ebersole, T. Frattrole. ROW 2: Ivlr. Etchberger, advisor, D. Nliller, D. Bowman, N. Ebersolc, I. Weaber, M. Krciser, R. Scheaffer, A. Hartman, G. Daugherty, E. Boyd, P. Blantz. Assist in School LW Projectionists ROW 1: N. Graby, P. Kline, I. Fake, E. Houser, B. Haak. ROW 2: D. Stoner, D. Wert, R. Trautman, T. Schaeffer, R. Kreider, E. Wcaber, M. Guildoo, C. Miller. ROW 3: Mr. Swingholm, advisor, R. Peiffer, E. Horst, M. Vanovich, S. Bucher, D. Weaber, G. Ruth, E. Tienter, L. Miller. I nn- 1 ,f Boy, was that class boring! Class, what did Goldi- locks do when the Little Black Bear found hier? Candid Camera Surprises FHCUZQ7 No, no, no, class! Two plus two is four, not five. 93 Coach Etchbcrggzr rides again. Which one atc the canary? I Q 'I Mr. Lemon , 5 Band Director .5 .' Q. I ,f A N . . A Trumpets ROW 1: R. Doutrich, D. Miller, S. Hctrick, K. Zeiders, J. Bowman. ROW 2: R. Chadwick, R. Hartman, R. Wartluft, I. Mar- tin, I. Nlillcr, I. Rudy. ROW 3: L. Hemperly, E. Tienter, T. Smith, M. Bartley, E. Fernsler, D. McDona1dson, G. Reigle, G. Winters. 'il Q Band Per om During the past school term the Senior High Instrumental Departmental, under the direction of Mr. Lemon, per- formed for various social functions, including Halloween parades, the County Safety Patrol Parade, Memorial Day ser- vices, and County Teachers' Institute. Brass ROW 1: L. Winters, M. Wentling, A. Sollen- berger, K. Meyer, E. Loy. ROW 2: L. Miller, E. Wolfe, M. Hedrick, T. Shade, G. Ruth, F. Custer, D. Smith, D. Zellcrs, M. Liles. ROW 3: J. Delong, D. Martin, W. Stover, H. Mliller, T. Ebright, W. Kreamer, W. Sholly, J. Ensminger, K. Kreamer. fx f . if - Q ., 5 5 1 i Q I T Q S '- Q S at W0rId's Fair In this yenr's Spring Concert the band featured selections such as "Festive Overture" and excerpts from "Mary Poppins The high point of the year oe- curred, however, when the band en- tertained at the New York Wor1d's Fair. Flutes and Saxophones ROW 1: S. Cox, A. Bollinger, E. Stine, D. Lcvitz, C. Ehrhart, N. Ebersolc, I. Gingrich. ROW 2: L. Horn, D. Oliver C. Weimer, C. Watson, zalrn. ROW 3: K. Rohland, L. Loser, R. O'Donc1, J. Colvin, 1. Schaeffer, I.. Hertzog. ROW 4: M. Long, L. Schwalni, C. Gingrich, D. Achenbaeh, S. Shad- doek, j. Winters, J. Loy. T. Ebersole, D. Laseh, K. Fake, T. Carroll, F. Satta- Band FRONT -- KNEELING: J. Maurer, D. Smith, I. Shenk, J. Shirk. STANDING: M. Ruher, P. Lasch, S. Lentz, R. Wooluni, L. Dinnison, J. Wert, C. Nickliss, C. Fox. Clarinets ROVV 1: C. Rowland, K. Sudbury, J. Killinger. B. Watson, D. Thompson, G. Colvin, T. Swcigert, T. Ellenberger. ROW 2: C. Witnian, M. Walters, 1. Ensminger, R. Smith, J. Kercher, R. Unger, J. Finlf- biner. ROW 3: D. Ellenberger, A. Shenk, D Baldwin, L. Condran, B. Granger, B. Ilolz, N. Heeter, S. Stark. Percussion -- ROW 1: R. Dengler, B. Granger, C. Mease, T. Peiffcr. ROW 2: T. Schaeffer, G. Sholly, M. Vanovich. ROW 321. Gingrich. E Z i I X f Orchestra ROW 1: A. Fredrick, S. Brewer, I. Gingrich, D. Baldwin, B. Holtz, A. Shenk, T. Ebersole, C. Earhart, D. Levitz, S. Cox, D. Oliver. ROW 2: L. Loser, C. Gingrich, T. Scheaffer, S. Shaddock, J. Colvin, D. Achen- bach, D. Ellenbcrger, N. Heetcr, M. Walters, B. Granger, G. Colvin, B. Unger, J. Ensminger, R. Smith, G. Rohland, T. Ellenberger. ROW 3: M. Wentling, A. Sollenberger, K. Meyer, E. Loy, I. Martin, G. Winters, M. Bartley, E. Fernsler, C. Liles, D. Smith, F. Custer, T. Shade. ROW 4: C. Mease, T. Peiffer, M. Vanovich, I. Gingrich, I. Ensminger, K. Kreamer, H. Iviiller, D. Martin, Mr. Lemon, conductor. Instrumental Groups Brass Choir ROW 1: G. Winters, M. Bartley, F.. Loy, K. Meyer, I. Martin, E. Fern- sler. ROW 2: M. Liles, F. Custer, J. Ensminger, F. Shade, D. Smith. 96 Clarinet Choir ROW 1: B. Holtz, T. Ellenberger, B. Granger, M. Walters, S. Stark, K. Boe- shorc, C. Rohland, I. Finkbiner, C. Witmer, N. Heeter. ROW 2: B. Unger, J. Ensmingcr, L. Condran, D. Baldwin, A. Shenk, G. Colvin, D. Ellenberger. Per orm For Special Functions Senior High Dance Band ROW 1: I. Ensminger, D. Ellenberger, S. Shaddock, K. Rohland, R. O'Done1, G. Colvin, D. Achenbach, J. Scheaffer, A. Shenk, C. Mease, 1. Sollenberger. ROW 2: L. Loser, I. Colvin, L. Miller, F. Custer, D. Smith, T. Peiffer, J. Gingrich. ROW 3: G. Winters, I. Martin, M. Bartley, E. Femsler. .ff 9 7 Img Senior High Chorus: ROW 1: E. Loser, J. Killinger, F. Sattazahn, C. Fox, B. Baylor, T. Sweigert, S. Stark, J. Gerber, I. Finkbiner, C. Ehrhart, C. Ensminger, P. Meck, D. Miller, J. Ensminger, R. Unger, M. Walters L. Dinnison, I. Maurer, S. Cox, C. Mease, T. Carroll, L. Horn. ROW 2: N. Ebersole, S. Brewer, I. Tice, B. Forney, H. Hawryluk, J. Foltz, D. Levitz, E. Krum, M. Long, E. Loy, S. Shaddock, M. Long, D. Miller, D. Dengler, L. Hipp, J. Ensminger, C. Bowman, M. Snavely, J. Gingrick, I. Wert, C. Gingrich, C. Hack- man, C. Beard, H. Whisler, K. Fake, A. Frederick, B. Bomgardner, Mrs. Sollenberger, director. ROW 3: N. Heeter, V. Wengert, S. Stobcr, A. Bollinger, M. Gingrich, A. Sollenberger, M. Brandt, L. Aumack, G. Hitz, E. Wolfe, W. Stober, G. Winters, D. Kauffman, J. Reitz, C. Gingrich, H. Habecker, H. Brandt, K. Bocshore, J. Heilman, E. Fisher, D. Smith, G. Hostetter, J. Bucher, D. Lasch, B. Shaddock, J. Schwenk, J. Kercher, L. Fernsler, Miss Myers, pianist. ROW 4: R. Brandt, L. Sheaf, C. Fomey, R. Rademacher, J. Gingrich, R. Beard, W. Fidler, D. Hemperly, T. Shade, T. Shanaman, M. Wentling, M. Liles, T. Smith, J. Rudy, J. Sollenberger, C. Karsnitz, T. Ebright. Chorus Sings in Record Shop Q IG' Boys' Quartette J. Ensminger, J. Ensminger, H. Habecker, H. Brandt. 98 Each year the vocal department pre- sents Z1 concert at Christmas and in the spring. Under the direction of Mrs. Solienhcrger the intense practices for these performances proved to be enjoy- able and rewarding for successful pro- grams. Mrs. Sollenberger, director, and Miss Myers, pianist Glee Club ROW 1: J. Gerber, C. Ehrhart, C. Ensminger, P. Meck, D. Miller, J. Ensminger, B. Unger, M. Walters, L. Diimison, J. Finkbiner. ROW 2: E. Krum, M. Long, E. Loy, R. Dcnglcr, L. Hipp, I. Ensminger, C. Bowman. M. Snavcly, J. Gingrich, Mrs. Sollenberger, director. ROW 3: S. Shaddock, D. Miller, J. Rcitz, C. Gingrich, H. Habecker, H. Brandt, K. Boeshore, J. Heilman. ROW 4: R. Beard, W. Fidlcr, D. Hcmpcrly, T. Shade, D. Wamplcr. . ii i 1 99 A sr-'H' 4 jr. High Student Council: ROW 1: I. Loose, M. Bixler, G. Ruth, G. Colvin, S. Tom, J. Fisher. ROW 2 K. Mase, Mr. Forney, advisor, P. Wilds, C. Houser, L. Miller, L. Sheaf, G. Wolfe, G. Light, C. Kars nitz, R. Kelly. Annual King ana' Queen 0 Hearts' Dance Is Held King and Queen of Hearts' Courts: ROW 1: C. Wartluft, A. Achey, A. Light, C. Etchbergcr, M. Bixler, D. Delong. ROW 2: J. Shuey, G. Ruth, C. Mease, G. Colvin, C. Nissley, I. Colvin, T. Keller, M. Zeck. il fi il Hill I IM Jr. Honor Society SEATED: D. Hoover, M. Reist, G. Colvin, K. Krcamer, T. Keller, T. Ellcnbcrgcr, D. Kruger. I. Martin. STANDING: Mr. Lemon, advisor, G. Spannuth, K. Bucher, L. Herr, D. Gerber, L. Kruger, L. Miller, A. Hamm, S. Bowman, J. Shcnk, S. Gingrich, B. Keller. jr. Honor Sociezfy ana' Hz'-T Jr. Hi-Y ROW 1: D. Dumlcr, J. Klcinfelter, B. Watts, B. Albert, R. Hartman, R. Uhrich, R. Bowman. ROW 2:j. Shuey, T. Keller, R. Henning, M. Fake, R. Baylor, L. Herr, S. Gingrich, C. Zcllcrs, J. Shcnk Mr. Houscr, advisor. ROW 3: G. Zellers, L. Light, M. Zeck, R. Wentling, M. Campbell, K. Umbergcr, J. Tobias, F. Diebus. 101 Ninth Grade Tri Hi-Y ROW 1: M. Gapriatti, S. Horn, J. Martin, L. Kruger, J. Long. ROW 2: C. jones, M. Howell, F. Lauer, B. Funk, K. Ragguinto, E. Sohl- man, K. Pellegrini, L. Brandt. ROW 3: C. Seyfert, D. Rasp, D. DeLong, S. Pfautz, L. Snyder, R. Dillard, D. Daubert, C. Wartluft, B. Keller, P. Goodman. ROW 4: Mrs. Herr, advisor, D. Custer, J. Folk, B. Smith, A. Berry, G. Kline, C. Nissley, S. Royer, M. Bixler, S. Young, L. I-lower. F5 ' ' ' ' JJ unzor Hzgh Tn-Hz-lf Eighth Grade Tri-Hi-Y ROW 1: M. Hitz, D. Books, P. Wilds, A. Stover, C. Ehrhart. ROW 2: B. Long, M. Windle, E. Furman, P. Sheetz, C. Houser, S. Dissinger, D. Wartluft, R. Howell, B. Blatt. ROW 3: F. Wertz, I. Wethington, C. Fuhrman, M. Matala, I. Shaffer, M. Tobias, L. Dinnison, G. Wolfs, M. Reist, V. Sprecher. ROW 4: Mrs. Herr, advisor, C. Halsell, C. Brandt, B. Meilly, L. Shipp, R. Boger R. Niccolini, K. Bucher, D. Light, B. Kreider, C. Poorman, I. Tittle, C. Hilton. 102 Ir. F. F.A. ROW 1: B. Sellers, H. Weaver, H. Saunders. ROW 2: N. Ebersole, F. Martin, D. Fauder, K. Mase, Mr. Boyer, advisor. zmior Farmers and Homemal-:ers jr. F. H. A. ROW 1: D. Graham, S. Fox, S. Gingrich, C. Boyer, D. Dubbs, C. Uhler. ROW 2: S. Long, J. Hixon, K. Wampler, G. Herr, L. Beard, M. Kreamer, I. Schoemaker. ROW 3:' G. Walmer, C. Lehman, I. Folk, C. VanWinkle, E. Cooper, D. Weik, Mrs. Schaffer, advisor. ROW 4: S. Blauch, G. Garrison, S. Warfel, A. Berry, D. Delong, G. Spannuth, S. Smith. gf 4 I fc MN s...f',fl A In 103 Us Ir. High Chorus ROW 1: A. Stover, A. Achey, N. Vanovitch, B. Blatt, T. Ellenberger, C. Ehrhart, S. Gingrich, M. Bomgardner, J. Winters, D. Lavine, G. Spannuth, P. Boyer, I.. Brandt, J. Hixon, C. Ensminger, Mrs. Sollenberger, director. ROW 2: B. Keller, I. Martin, M. Hitz, K. Pellegrini, W. Bates, C. Imboden, K. Kreamer, F. Wampler, R. Wentling, S. Hostetter, G. Colvin, E. Kreider, B. Meily, C. Houser, D. Rasp. ROW 3: M. Howell, P. Kline, S. Smith, J. Plasterer, M. Matala, L. Sheaf, T. Waltz, K. Weimer, I. Bowman, W. Wampler, R. Hartman, H. Miller, L. I-Iower, D. Daubert, K. Bucher, K. Ragguinto. ROW 4: J. Long, D. Books, D. Lewars, S. Sherman, E. Kreider, R. Hicks, R. Miller, R. Litz, H. Zeiders, R. Meck, R. Im- boden, I. Rittle, S. Hom, C. Nissley, P. Goodman, S. Smith. ROW 5: K. Wampler, A. Berry, D. Delong, D. Gerber, M. Weaver, I. Long, J. Gingrich, H. Aumack, A. Snavely, W. Miller, M. Bixler, B. Smith, C. Wartluft, D. Custer, P. Wilds, S. Royer, C. Deverevy, I. Hanlon. " unior H zlgh M usic Seventh Grade Chorus ROW 1: M.rs. Sollenberger, director, M. Hitz, D. Dubbs, D. Dobson, S. Kline, I. Fisher, C. Karsnitz, C. Eckenrode, R. Smith, C. Borges, K. Fake, R. Miller, D. Meyer, B. Books, G. Mase, S. Fox, J. I-Iemperly, D. Donmoyer, J. Long, ,K. Uhler, D. Ragguinto. ROW 2: I.. Noll, H. Bomgardner, L. Beard, D. Weik, I. Moore, G. Light, D. Risser, R. Books, I. Gerber, J. Schoomaker, L. Traut- man, R. Beyerle, C. Weaver, C. Kreiser, D. Meyer, R. Risenbatt, M. Matala, S. Gingrich, M. Heisey, M. Estep. ROW 3: D. Hostetter, I. Wise, R. Bombergear, M. Habecker, G. Carroll, G. Hoffer, C. Goodman, E. Cooper, D. Pruitt, M. R ber, C. Sprecher, S. Yake, K. Rhoads, C. Vanwinkle, C. Beuchle, A. Brown, L. Long, B. Ebersole, B. Kruger. ROW 4: R. Hostetter, D. Custer, K. Shuey, S. Lemon, C. Imboden, M. Kramer, K. Umberger, C. Weimer, D. Dutweiler, A. Rhodes, D. For- wood, M. Weaver, S. Warfel, S.,Weaver, K. Hemperly, K. Heeter, H. Schwalm, W. Grady, S. Grant. 104 Junior Band FRONT: M. Motala. ROW 1: G. Colvin, T. Ellenberger, B. Keller, S. Royer, M. Howell, C. Comins, I. Tittle, P. Sheetz, G. Boyer, C. Fake, I. Hemperly, P. Wilds, P. Kline, S. Smith, S. Horn, D. Fine. ROW 2: D. Donmoyer, S. Lemon, C. Hilton, D. Books, K. Heeter, L. Dinnison, C. Houser, L. Troutman, C. Weimer, J. Boger, B. Wentling, C. Luttman, L. Long, M. Kramer, J. Zearfoss, L. Noll, I. Fernsler, D. Doubert, R. Hicks, C. Miller. ROW 3: B. Books, D. Forwood, A. Rhodes, I. Schoomacher, D. Datweiler, M. Weaver, I. Atkins, J. Neuman, C. Meyer, R. Marquette, G. Walborn, J. Hcffner, T. Woltz, J. Tice, R. Hartman, C. Trombo, I. Fisher, B. Long, E. Fansler, C. Kingsley, J. Shuey, B. Albert, I2 Ensminger, M. Bomgardner, G. Kline, B. Ebersole, B. Chabitnoy, R. Ebersole, L. Partridge, G. Taulbee L. Herr, L. Hower. ROW 4: M. Estep, C. Sprecher, K. Rhodes, T. Shaffer, A. Aehey, R. Graby, B. Felty, J. Snavely, D. Parker, D. Meyer, D. Weaber, K. Kreamer, R. Rowe, T. Lingle, I. Rittle, G. Light, H. Bomgardner, C. Karsnitz, T. Zellers, H. Miller, R. Hostetter, H. Habecker, D. Custer, D. Meyers, S. Royer, C. Carroll, S. Ebersole, J. Winters, M. Campbell, K. Weimer. ROW 5: R. Crawford, R. Kelly, I. Wise, D. Wartluft, B. Kruger, J. Hoffer, R. Howell, D. Sprecher, M. DeLong, B. Lentz, S. Keller, L. Ligh L. Sheaf. Groups Per arm Aa'mz'mbQfJ' junior High Dance Band ROW 1: C. Luttman, S. Lemon, J. Zearfoss, I. Femsler, T. Ellenberger, G. Colvin, I. Boger, D. Fine. ROW 2: K. Weimer, S. Ebersole, R. Thomas, K. Kreamer. ROW 3: C. Trombo, T. Waltz, R. Hartman, J. Tice, E. Fanslerf I Iii 105 x t. 'Neg iii. jr. High Science Club ROW 1: K. Weimer, K. Kreamer, G. Colvin, S. Bowman, K. Albright, S. Ebersole, D. Stephen, J. Winters. ROW 2: J. Ensminger, H. Miller, H. Rasp, D. Struphar, T. Waltz, S. Hostetter, H. Aumack, Mr. Webber, advisor. unzbr H zlgb Archery Club ROW 1: R. Fuhrman, K, Maulfair, N. Boyer, G. Sea- man, K. Wengert. ROW 2: I. Schmaltzer, D. Diamond, C. Hontz, G Yingst, D. Wertz, J. Dohner, K. Kreiser, Mr. Parks, advisor. Hobby Clubs Radio Club SEATED: G. Moore, R. Kreiser, E. Houser, E. Brightbill, R. Dubbs, E. Shaak, D, Betz. STANDING: Mr. Gamber, advisor: F1 Wam- pler, R. Hicks, R. Litz, W. Wampler, J. Bowman, T. Seltzer, D. Herr, B. Dupler, Ivlr. Lingle, advisor. W X ff I 1 X Sports J. Gingrich J. Colvin J- y Belmey I G G. Young I. Yorty G. Colvin O. Wcthington R. Beard The AC cross- country team, led by experienced seniors and promising under- classmen, had an out- standing season. Mr. Gerber R- ACTIBY D. Gerber D. Eshleman 31 is N c. Z Embich A. Shenk D. Martin M. Fansler B. Unger In addition to tying Lower Dauphin for the regular season champion- ship, the Little Dutchmen harriers won the League meet, took second in Dis- trict and fifth at State. Cross County Team Time for a pep talk. Pre-meet strategy?? ? 108 GTO! ! ! WISHBONE! CHICKEN ON YOU! Don John Rick Goes to State Pictured on this page are the seven seniors who made tremendous contributions to a great team effort. Their spirit, coupled with the fine coaching of Mr. Gerber, were responsible for rnaking a sport, ordinarily lacking spectator ap- peal, popular to the student body of ACHS. Don Bob .X W." -"H ri. ' , .. - ' g Nga ff:,z1Vg,2 1-.Q ' xx, 'M .wr Q1 a A ,xl . , , ,Ra 1 x-'- 1 , H :.56s2':'.:lf5 Gary John X SCORES AC OPP. 26 CD East 29 22 E. York 35 15 Elco S5 27 M-town 28 23 Conrad 32 Weiser 15 Palmyra 52 15 HC rshcy 45 28 I.. Dauphin 2 7 Lebanon 34 Wilson 39 21 21 Mike Vic 4. -. V W rl ... E, O A ,Q .4 1.191 C. H it '- -N fs A , I gaisgiy N K . , Larry Dale i zkq Bob John y x A, S occer M-A C FRONT ROW: G. Heilman, M. Fry, J. Miller, L. Loser, D. Achenbach,fI. Ulrich, G. Zellers. BACK ROW: Manager, A. Wartluft, M. Wentling, V. Peters, B. Vogelsong, A. Schaf ner, J. Reitz, B. Stover, Mr. Moyer, coach. Our Soccer team had another busy season with 3 wins and 6 losses. Our team was fortunate to have the following four players on the County Soccer Team: Dale Achen- bach, Larry Loser, Vic Peters, and jim Ulrich. SCORES AC OPP. 3 S. Leb. 2 0 Elco 2 S. Leb 2 Norlebco 4 4 S. Leb. O O Elco 2 1 Norlebco 4 1 1 Elco 3 O Norlebco 4 M --.wi -34 as in me 1 M! , i ,Q x , 1'-ww Q, K, .X T51 A :iii-'Seri ' Q A . A y m f-ff A A , A .M fs- .,,:,g'-ga. gf' 1 5.'3, ?'r:rs. if K, 'M -A K .jg ,..-Q-v,gQ'L:g2Nvt.37i,gug,?,i,,.:.. k ,k K7 ,, - , L. ., . .lg Q':asf.s,ff,3g,...lwi2:4.f+wr- W f ' sf,- , 5 Q 1' , f ' .gm 'MagisZvy-.:".'Ig,'ta:.5?f.5g:, f-Y fl rg' ' 9' . 'A 1 ff' r-.. A' 'W ' w"??t--R. '34-1ig1gd"" - 'M M- -'vw rf 'V A N.--?"'l1?-xiii: Cai ,-, - .- 'L' -.. 'Hn-if-C-f,,...'9 Q 1 .1-'-'L-ff-me ' -.. "'f"":,Jfgy'1hl . ' .,,- -W -.- ..'-vs --:Q ,-, --'-.-Q'-:H . "--' - ,J 'v'b-,.-,-:rr'M .1 at-. ,eva w,,'a.- vm .. , . ...W , , , , ,S . K M A, 4: Aa 3513- Airy' ,,xQ..g.a,s'5v":"' ..--R. .szxjgazw-.. , , -g ' f M ails ,h N 'L N-,K f.-v,E,-Q-4-is y W'jv.,9 'V .1--Q'-,1!un7, ...a.w.f "'....x,.f' S Ai' Speak softly and carry a big stick . ......f" af' ' ,, 4 -.F Q.k N ta,g.ast-as - As- f' ' "Il ff 4 P11 IQ 4 tx A.c. scoREs oPP, i NL ' Sw' I ' 'S 1 , 7 . .Norlcbco. .1 q 'Q f 4 S324 . , L31 . .Cornwal1. .5 A -X !3x,g . QL, 0..Eleo... 6 ' 'X-1 -A "' . ' ,, 9 5. .South f V A Lebanon O ' Boy! Is she mad! X l l H I I 'a ll FIRST ROW: S. Hctrick, E. Loser, S. Brewer, B. Weaver, F. Sattazahn. SECOND ROW: I. Shirk, N. Heeter, S. Stark, S. Wildasin, P. I-Ieffner. THIRD ROW: C. Mease Uvianagerl, K. Long, J. Scibert, A. Di Enno, Mrs. Petroskie, S. Swisher, L. Schwalm, B. Chadwick. Although the fall athletes of the fairer sex had a mediocre season, winning two games and losing two, never the less, they upheld the standards of Annville-Cleona by trying hard to win and always doing their best. The girls attributed their success to Mrs . Petroskie for her great coaching ability. Slaugter the J-Vs. fl I, tt , . I f X F g hi A g .. i .I 1 i A g1!,A, veg, lyyfs. 1 4 I X if rf. ' Q if a I? 1 - ' " 4- f Soya WC.. "U ' Q! fahet S xx A, Janice sew .ISV 4' 5 in PW A M, Q 40 FIRST ROW: Boyer, D. Kruger, C. I-Iontz, R. Dengler, B. Chadwick, Tom. SECOND ROW: T. Schaeffer, T. Keller, R.'Bowman, J. DeLong, C. Zellers, T. Waltz, B. Graby, T. Ebright. THIRD ROW: A. Wartluft, R. Shay, E. Fernsler, A. Miller, G. Ruth, K. Albright, B. Kramer, T. Hertzog, Mr. Etch- berger, coach. ' j'V Soccer jV Hockgf FIRST ROW: B. Shaddock, R. Dillard, F. Lauer, P. Baum, E. Berezich, M. Bixler. SECOND ROW: Miss Decker, coach, C. Erharte, S. Bainbridge, K. Fake, C. Comins, S. Fimk, S. Bowman, W. Miller, B. Keller, J. Kreamcr. WW A 'W . I I 21-if". , . g g ef T142 I Q . , , - , ' - " f lip, E, ... pb g In 5'4" 112 w AC's varsity cheer leaders not only serve as leaders of school spirit: but also boost the team's morale. The seven members were especially busy making school spirit signs, holding pep rallies, and conduct- ing the snake dance and bonfire. BACK ROW: C. Nickliss, C. Gingrich, S. Peters. MIDDLE ROW: S Kreamcr, B. Granger, K. Krcamer. FRONT: E. Loy. Cheerleaders Instill Spz'1'z't C athy T Bre nd , , , Q, 5,:': A I V i ' - ---.i D4 D Carolyn PM " X X4 Vf Cheerleaders Kris 1 . f, D. Levitz K. Fakc P. Lasch B . Granger A! K wi.- -We Hey who put helium ln the ball' ' ?? Standing: J. Long L. Plasterer D. Achenbach R. Stager T. Miller A. Miller A. Schaffner K. Miller B. Dohner W. Fidler Mr. Etchbergcr Kneeling: C. Wenger D. Smith Although it did not win the County championship, this year's team, despite hampering injuries to key personnel, displayed the same desire and spirit that has characterized the Annville-Cleona teams of the past, while fashioning a 10-2 league record and a 14-5 record overall. The squad record can be attributed to the fine play of the six departing seniors -- pictured on the next page. Without their high morale and dedication, the 1964-1965 season would have been a long one indeed. Basketball Team 114 ,ff he Butch Tim Max Largf Da lg Has Succesiful Season What, no foul! ! ! :QQ nf:-F5 ...-. man-'S C.. SCORES Palmyra Palmyra Milton Hershey Hershey Columbia Bishop McDevitt Norlebco Elco S. Lebanon Cornwall Carisle Norleboo Elco S. Lebanon Cornwall Carlisle Norlebco Elco S. Lebanon Cornwall jake - ef , fi ' as f? arm I N. W 'mm W 7.1g':.f V -Lfzw ' " F xtnllsfg -Ilia-Q, il-L 1 ' 1 BACK ROW: K. Rohland, Ulrich, D.Baldwin, F. Eckert, K. Miller, A. Hank, E. Fernsler, Karsnitz. FRONT ROW: T. Schaeffer, G. Shectz, Rudy, R. Radcmucher, W. Chadwick, D. Miller. J. v. scones AC OPP. 33 Palmyra 36 28 Palmyra 39 30 Milton Hershey 80 46 Hershey 31 49 Norlebco 46 47 Elco 44 40 South Lebanon 45 45 Cornwall 42 31 Carlisle 62 42 Norlebco 59 46 Elco 39 46 South Lebanon 51 44 Cornwall 46 46 Carlisle 58 44 Norlebco 42 66 Elco 52 59 South Lebanon 41 43 Cornwall 55 Notice Larry's finesse. 14. unior Varsizjf Basketball The faculty is finally working. That's fine rebounding considering the opposition. 117 . B. Weaver, R. Dillard, J. Shirk, C. Comins, S. Bainbridge W. Miller, K. Long, D. Miller, D. Struphar, B. Chadwick, B. Holz, L. Krugar, N. I-Ieeter, S. Funk, P. Baum, absent. The Little Dutchgirls who regained their title as County Champions, have displayed their ability as Winning basketball players and have earned our respect for their sportsmanship. The girls can boast of a 7-1 record and proudly display the girls' basketball trophy in our school showcase. Girls' Basketball Team AC 56 South Lebanon 51 Cornwall 55 Elco 35 Norlebco 46 S. Lebanon 42 Cornwall 48 Eleo 60 Norlebco OPP ll 36 15 39 99 23 13 36 ,VI 5 178 Q Diane Regains Title X. X e X Q Q X I R W Susie janet Iv X x - X r ,X Reach for the sky, Karen! Don't just stand there, do something Karen Becky 119 Smile, you're on Candid Camera! FIRST ROW: B. Watts, R. Henning, T. Waltz, G. Ruth, K. Hemperly, J. Boger, T. Keller, G. Colvin, J. Shuey. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gamber, coachg J. Shenk, R. Achey, J. Dohner, J. I-lower, R. Marquette, F. Diebus, D. Gerber. THIRD ROW: L. Herr, D.Kruger, K. Kreamer, B. Albert, Winters. unior Hzglz Team Wz'n5 Coamgf Basketball Title AC SCORES OPP. AC SCORES OPP. 70 Leb. Houck 69 47 Norlebco 30 46 Leb. Harding 53 46 Elco 27 58 Leb . 'Houck 49 44 M . Hershey 30 43 S. Lebanon 50 Cornwall 36 M. Hershey 18 44 Palmyra 29 48 Leb. Harding 57 44 Norlebco 21 40 Palmyra 28 59 Elco 37 26 29 AC SCORES OPP 28 S. Lebanon 35 55 Cornwall 40 35 Palmyra 17 3 1 Norlebco 28 50 Elco 32 39 S. Lebanon 23 44 Cornwall 33 The Capital Area Conference basketball coaches had better beware of the future stars on this year's outstanding junior High team. Although the squad had its individual greats, it was the excellent team spirit and enthusiasm which enabled it to win the Lebanon County junior High Championship. junior Hzlgh Cheerleaders 95' M. Howell I. Loose B. Keller F. Laurer A. Achey M. Windle A. Stover 4. i l f N A Q 4 2' 9. Q I., Y E Q N EY s. Sv J .,-xx A ,ff N41 , J . x ,I .as , . a v fn- ' 1 ig X v ' 'f 1 X, L: L X Q' " x K -Q' A Q f ,mx ,, I '67 X "jd v v ... i ,.. Q Q ,, .S X ' I . .A A . U QA V, .k-'-HD., , . 4 ' f X,, vb . :Q . 4 , L' ,A 3 I wx A I ' ' '. sf a , f K, fi. . - ' Y ff, , 'X , K 'F giugr 0 .Ll 0 S 5441 X E ' f - 45122 . x S Q Y Y , f wsvl ROW I: R. Henning, R. O'Donel, D. Smith, J. Speece, L. Loser, D. Achenbach, J. Miller, J Long, G. Ruth. ROW 2: M. Liles, R. Bixler, A. Schaffner, A. Miller, G. Zellers, B. Stover, J Boyer. ROW 3: D. Thompson, R. I-licks, T. Ebersole, B. Chadwick, T. Schaeffer, G. Sheetz, C. Hontz, T. Zellers. ROW 4: Mr. Snyder, coach, Mr. Etchberger, coach, K. Rohland, T. Ebnght J. Beyerlc, R. Dengler, R. Steigall. Where's the ball? Baseball Tea Despite an early season drought of victories, the baseball team showed - 1. great improvement during the last I y Q H Q S T half of the season. It is notable that V , 0 :I LM r 6 y although this year's team might not I p X. 7 p have been the best in the won lost QPS ? Xffigi, column, it took second place to none f titt hu' - aee' 55g,1f?ffQ5 in possessing good sportsmanship and , b xifwiffiwiuav at N S high team morale. affh. . . w '.'i- Q . Q' te . " - S . . . I 15 - -1 - - . - 1 -f-'ij K I 1 4.95.-f-- ...Q-g lp M ,Nt SCORES . ' x A- C X, j 1 Norlebco ,U iff, y y 1 S. Lebanon h bb 7. S .. " f"ii . ':-ff F . 5 EICO .....,ygf.fi L g 5.... . .,g.j4g.gg.LM Safe by a long 3 Cornwall " . ,.. ik 3 Q be - f we 8 Norlebco y , Q 2 Palmyra I' f '13 ' ' 5 Palmyra - ..--we . NW. i , y , . K , 4 Elco :.5fT'3' .?f.33f5Qs 1 6 Cornwall f+.1 S io S 'L b A wfi7,K,tN.:H: ..V 4 . e anon. 122 Another leg hit! Ouch! S1iding's for the birds' ,. AA, Y, QN3 k bVb,,. K 1 V , X X -'-' f - -, Y E . . y xx Na ,A gh , Mg x Q1 f X ., m,.: X . , fog . YT? .x t , -..,. X44,A X N4 .fi 1 V X -7' QM I ing: ,. A,, ina sm . ! e john jew: Shows Improvement Bob 'E . A Wx 3 jake Hommy 1 Dick Don fb J, x Nb, Dale Fanfare from the bench! Infield fly, anyone ? 'o 1 ' x """""mq V Aa M53 . "Q 7 ,....,Q.. ' ,vu .. .A -ff "'-:Ji 7""""""' , - of V, B QM jf.: Q-'fl , , M . ,. 123 FIRST ROW: Mr. Gerber. coach, I. Gingrich, R. Beard, G. Young, B. Vogelsong, A. Haak, V. Peters, Mr. Eshelman, asst. coach. SECOND ROW: J. Ulrich, G. Embich, J. Bryce, B. Kruger, O. Wethington, M. Fansler, J. Colvin, A. Shenk. THIRD ROW: J. Sollenberger, B. Sholly, J. Risser, E. Fernsler, D. Hemperly, J. Tom, H. Habccker, I. Karsnitz, R. Rademacher. FOURTH ROW: C. Wenger, D. ' G . FIFTH ROW: B. Dohner, D. Dissinger, I. Delong, J. Behney, R. Wartluft, J. rier Pciffer, C. Gardner, M. Kreiser, B. Fidler, K. Miller, J. Reitz, M. Wentling, G. Sholly, D . Eshleman. Track Team Cantina Along with an undefeated record in dual and triangular meets, the A-C track team did well in invitational and special meets. The thinclads , however, reached their greatest heights in the Lebanon Relays and the Lebanon County Meet. In the former, the Little Dutchmen accomplished an almost insurmountable task by winning both the county and open-class competitions. Three weeks later, our cindermen returned to the same Lebanon Stadium to completely overwhelm their county opponents. In the District Meet, only Columbia's fine performance relegated F pa A-C to second place. Of the State qualifers, Bryan Kruger turned in our only victory, although the other participants performed credibly, Jimmie wins again. Swan dive in reverse! 4 "Twin.kletoes" Young at work! SCORES A-C OPP. 93 Wilson 48 87 E-town 40 102 Milton Hershey 25 100 Central Dauphin 27 126 Cornwall 1 74 C.D. East 53 112 112 Elco 25 3 Norlebco 19 3! 101172 Elco 37112 S. Lebanon 20 121 172 Norlebco 23 1 Cornwall 15 SPECIAL MEETS Shippensburg Invitational KCl . BJ First Boiling Springs Third A-C Leonard Steffins Memorial First Reading Fourth A-C Cedar Cliff Relays First John Harris Sixth A-C Winning Habit Lebanon News Relays Look at that form! Mile Relay Team Start of a landslide County victory First A-C CCl. BD First A-C iCountyJ Lebanon County Meet First A-C District Three Meet Second A-C Chalk up another for Ed. fine le ap nf? M Mike Shotputt . . . 47'7" iiwi Max Discus. . . 14'7'8" john Pole Vault . . . 12'5 1f2" Led by Bryan Kruger, the first State Champ in A-C' history, the cindermen set numerous school records this year. Practice M al-ces Pewct Mile . . . 4141.4 Rick In addition to the pictured record holders, the A-C 880 relay team, con- sisting of Fernsier, Ulrich, Young, and Gardner, deserves plaudits for its 3233.3 clocking, a new record for this event. High Iunip . . . 6'2" Bryan 220 . . . 22.4 . 100 . . . 10.0ftiej Gary J, lu if 4 I4 ' Mijas ,, Ke. ,1 George john Mike john ny, f rflly Q. ,Vs sm' 1, M, , if kj, jfs' f'faw,d. f. sum. , f .f 1-' if Y W 7 A' W7 5 1 cr F I 5 . 5 H M ' iffwzgyf-,fn pw "V wmwt: 5. H in K , A ,vw '4 K W is , 1, Y H N- ,rf'6!f"f' -i .:1..:w...1wf-2 'W' Vic Bob To the victor belongs the spoils! ,fi fir i O s f'mW?fi5'i?3i fb 3, 2 ' f r 13.13 "KX On Lhe way to the County individual - H 1. Q 1, Another new record? A-C SCORES OPP 71 Wilson 33 96 E -town 63 61 M. Hershey 21 Junior High Track Team ROW 1: K. Weimer, J. Boyer, M. Zeek, T. 74 Nl-tOWl'1 108 Waltz, G. Colvin, E. Brightbill, Winters. ROW 2: W. Tshudy, L. 49 Nor-lebco 31 Shcaf, T. Keller, R. Achey, H. Rasp, S. Keller, S. I-Iostetter, K. E1 24 Wengert. ROW 3: Mr. Gerber, coach, L. Light, E. Fansler, T. Lingle, C0 D. Gerber, S. Gingrich, A. Stackhow. ROW 4: Mr. Eshelman, coach, 62 Elco 41 F. Martin, N. Ebersole, R. Baylor, J. Shenk, T. Gingrich, D. Weidler, S. Lebanon 1 H. Miller. ROW 5: M. Campbell, j. Fernsler, J. Hower, F. Diebus, R. 46 N 1 b 32 Wentling, F. Wampler, K. Adley, B. Dupler. or e CO Cornwall 0 CC 9 unior Hzlgh Track Team Wz'ns Count Seventh Grade -y 440 1 t , , , , , re ay Cam The junior High Track Team capped a fine season b wmnm Y the County Championship. Throughout the year Terry Waltz lee? the team with his outstanding performances in the dashes and the broad jump. In the process Terry set two new records while teamates, Mike Zeck and Greg Colvin, also made their marks in the record book. In addition the 880 relay team set a new standard. NEW RECORDS 120 low hurdles M. Zeck 15.8 220 yard dash T. Waltz 24.1 440 yard dash G. Colvin 57,3 Broad jump T. Waltz 20' 1" 880 relay T. Waltz, G. Colvin, K. Weimer, E. Brighthill l:41.1 Wet but happy County Champions. Victory in sight! '-Q--r Suv 75 lf2 Sus. Twp56 1X2 qi Karen Susie Janet .N '56 QQ 6 'Loo 1 K n Q9 x X -1. 0 va Y zo .X .. 'gl A J. OO L V ,.. O NWS' 032. If Candy xcgaxe' Scores Bbq J Donna 7 . . Bethel .... 2 '54-O . -, 0 . . Hershe 9 JV , I B N Y- - - 42' f X fs, 6... E100 .... 0 as N e!Mv"x 9 . . Conrad . . . X 'st ' ,wx . . . Weiser. . 3 , x f Q94-N0 8 . . Bethel .... 3 9 .gif 3 . . Hershey. . . 9 '59 3' s 6 fb5 . 93 7 Conrad QQ, S5 C Q, Weiser. . 2 QC4'f,?J , 7 - Emo .... 1 "ff L. - N1 bw? s1oXe GN 40310 NNW: D. Smith C. Comins B. Chadwick K. Long C. Roush Ve! S. Brewer J. Shirk F. Sattazahn lu--. vwraanuuus C Ltr.-gk 9"----1 As we leave A-CHS and go our different ways, we will meet obstacles which will make our road bleak and dreary. The Seniors Near the End QF Their Road However, when Other times sheer determination forces us to we do become go on despondent, a sense of humor and a smile help us to go on. At times loneliness disappears and we find ourselves in the spotlight. i 5 'N I, X-,riff I f'x,qn A . NK f L 'Xi X I Y Individual toil is the greatest stepping stone to universal prosperity. We find ourselves in odd situations doing the unexpected. Regardless of the road we traveled, we finally find reward for our endeavors. 131 in it Alma M ater We raise our voices to the sky In deep humility, For all that we have come to know The truth that sets man free. We dare not look behind usg The future's ours to possess. For what we are, we owe to thee, Our dear old A-CHS. written by Harry Frederick dedicated to the Class of 1965. 132 Sponsors Agway Dr. and Mrs. john R. Albert Mr . and Mrs . Samuel Albert Annville American Service Annville Sheet Metal Annville Shoulder Strap Co. Mr. R. Raymond Artz Astor Theater Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baylor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beard Beard's Food Market Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Binkley, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs . John H. Boger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willeam U. Berry Distributor Earl Boffenmeyer Earl Boyer and Son Mervin. Bolan O. P. Bollinger Wayne Bomgardner Harold Bowman joseph Boyer Adam M. Brandt Mr. Karl Brandt Brandt's Mill Mr. and Mrs. Leroy R. Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brinker, jr. Bowman Electronics Dr. W. W. Brubaker A. P. Bucksand Sons Co-ed Luncheonette William l-I. Condran, Realtor Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cox, 11. Dr. P. O. Curanzy Mr. Carl Daub Davis Pharmacy Mark C. 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