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

 - Class of 1966

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A . . . 6 Faculty' ana A J . 8 Seniors .. 'Q .1226 Undercnlassmen . .f L AH J 1. 62 Organtzations Activities J Sports . ...I16 Epilogue . . . . .142 Patrons, List . . . . . .145 'YH .- 3 Has anyone ever seen a more poker-faced The end of another A-CHS school day comedian than Harry? is depicted in this silhouette at the north entrance. School Lyfe at A-CHS Is cz After the concoction has been perfected, these mad scientists will become famous. jake, Carol, and john display their talents for an assembly audience. 4 Even a leisurely stroll can be import ant to Brian and Sally Ann. Combination o Work and Fun Working with crafts increases the artistic skills of Shirley and Elaine. -445. Z v-.14 e ffwbffjy fr LJ' l':-'ff' A. ' rea?--4:55. fn-1' 1 2, V" f"1'-1: 5 -QQ I Slnce CO1Tl11'1g to A CHS Mrs Keller has become a fam1l1ar flgure 1n the mathemaucs department Al though her lnfluence as an excellent teacher has always been recognlzed her presence was felt even more so as she helped gulde the Class of l966 through 1ts Wonderful though some tlmes hectlc h1gh school years Wlthout her undylng efforts at great personal sacrlflce to her fanuly most of us would not have had such fulfllllng experrences rn preparauon for tomorrow The cameraman catches Mrs Keller 111 a ty'p1cal pose as she endeavors to answer John s questlons about ad vanced algebra Class of 1966 Dedzcates CORINOMA to Mrs Keller ggiflxieggosgawglgtgr Barbara and son Lance spend 1e1sure tlme 7 Thus 1n recognltlon of her accomplrshments as a devoted teacher dll gent ad vlsor lovlng mother and Wlfe and trusted frlend the A CHS Class of 1966 takes great prlde ln dedlcatlng 1ts ed1t1on of the CORINOMA to Mrs Dorothy Keller - 7 . J , Hu " , , , , W.. mug M.. I - 1 H. 1 ,H 7 l A u x -3 " ull 4 H. -MM wlrf' H I W, ww. , . -H' ""l-Q"- azf M3 . , . o 0 .1 , , . . . 7 ' F. .. , i 7 7 3 " ' 4 ag? fu!- f... ,--s .. I .qc - wk , , 1 QE- was X 1 1 . 1 ay C li u I 1 I i r 2 I' 0 I Mr. Merle Keim co-ordinates the activities of the entire school district in carrying out the policies of die School Board. The School Board has provided the stu- dents of A-CI-IS with excellent school facilities and a Well-rounded educational and recreational program . Having based its decisions on the needs of the com- munity and future utility, it continually strives for improvement. With the co- operation of the high school administration, it has made available many educational and vocational opportunities for our stu- dents. Of course, the administration has undergone some changes in the past year. As a result of a new state law, the Board has been reorganized and is now composed of fewer members. In addition, new offices and rooms have been added to the high school building providing facilities for modern administrative and educational methods. A-CHS School Board and Assisting M.r. Keim in fulfilling his duties are Ivlrs. Ruth Maulfair and Mrs. Lorraine Shay. A-CHS SCHOOL BOARD: Seated: William Berry, James Karsnitz, Floyd Whisler, Howard F: ,ii 41 Nlr. Richard Gingrich, our high school principal, directs all functions of the junior-senior high school. Mr. Robert Snyder, in addition to teaching driver education, plans the students' schedules and performs numerous other duties as assistant principal in the high school. Administration Plan or the Future Mrs. Doris Markey and Mrs. Nancy Meyer capably assist the Weaver. Standing: Merle Keim, Nevin Bordle- high school administration and faculty members. may, Richard Harris, Roy Ebersole. 11 I 'Hts .2 AN Nlr. Fake and Nlrs. Beard, the senior and junior high guidance counselors, continu- ally help A-CI-IS students to make wise decisions. Specialbf Trained Faculty Members Miss Keene, our school nurse, makes periodic tests of students' health. Mrs. Matticks performs capably as our home and family visitor. A NDC' few Pr f 12 : gs .0 10 K '.t 'la .'W f' ' T' ,IJ Mis. Zimmerman directs the special edu- cational program at A-CHS. Through her outstanding efforts as librarian, Mrs. Moyer has contributed greatly to the Success of our Students. i Give Assistance to A-CH Students Although sho is reading consultant for the entire school district, Mrs. Bixler also teaches English at A-CHS. , A .'.,.A 13 ,-"'?F ,Y ll ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Mr. Liebert, Nliss McCu1loh, Iviiss Suter, W. Showers, Mr. Martin, Nlrs. Bixler, Mrs. Rhodesg missing -- Mr. Fureman. Language Teachers Stress Improved Under the supervision of Mr. Showers, Seventh grade Students Conjugate Verbs. In his senior English class MI. Fureman's discus- he 'a sion somehow usually becomes an oration on the woes of the modern world. l 5 K. F.. , , ,Q T 'HIE MFE' VE' - 1 1 m H E 2 ff s by 2 ,.. M- I lil ,' iingef iff ,i X 'I ' i 1' I ' f Miss Myers, English and Latin teacher, prepares for classes. Mrs. Rhodes explains common capitaliza- tion errors made in seventh grade compo- sitions. ral and Written Communication MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Rank, Mr. Boltz, Mr. Houser, Mr. Parks, Ivlrs. Keller, Mr. Haines . Mathematics ana' Science The overhead projector aids Mr. Boltz in teaching advanced algebra. uni? c an Departments Mr. Houser'S explanation of a mathematics theorem contains a bit of humor. .:- ffii lx Q 'S' xmiuwtlamf 7613 sf 1 F1 ' roi 3 Y-0' nar' ef Dorothy and Trudi watch attentiv ely as Mr. Swingholm demon- strates how to use a microscope. J-f-Qc. A During Emth Science class "Shoener" wakes up as Mr. Webber cracks a joke. Teach the Modern Approach SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Mr. Delozier, Mr. Webber, Mr. Treichler, Mr. Lingle, Mr. Swing holmg missing -- Mr. Gamber. 'K-? 5 HISTORY DEPARTMENT: Mr. Forney, Mr. Moyer, Miss Witmeyer, Mr. Kish, Mr. Dibert, Mrs. Del-Iartg missing -- Mr. Gerber. Social Studies Teachers Stress One of the veteran members of our faculty, Mr. Robert Moyer, teaches eighth grade history. 41901 18 36 ' -IEC Miss Eleanor Witmeyer iii ' performs excellently as a senior high history and as an advisor to Student Council. -3 I ' ' VA . fl- : . jg' Princgvles 0 Democratic Culture As coach, treasurer, advisor, and instructor Mr. George Gerber remains a valuable cog Despite being hindered by a leg injury, Mr. John Kish con- in our 591-1001's future, tinues his fine instruction of senior POD classes. Ju ny J. , e , s. ,. ,5 i Due to Fine Instruction Offerin individual assistance to 8 an eleventh grade business student, Miss Ruth Witter maintains ex- cellent student-teacher rapport. on ,nge ei Miss Ada Light teaches shorthand to one of her junior business sections. Mr. Albert Askins stresses the im- portance of learning by experience as well as by formal textbook learn- ing in his business classes. A-CHS Students in Their Are Well Versea' Vocatzons Our homo tconomics teachers Mrs Ruth Schaffel and Mrs Lois I-hxon provide pre paration for our girls to be successful home makers WN 21 .,-1' Mr. Frank Etchberger, a main stay on our faculty, and Mr. Harry Brant, a recent addition instruct our boys in all phases of industrial arts. Sewing as year-round con- sultant Mr. Peter Boyer is I kept busy as agriculture teach- er and advisor to various FFA functions. L-. our cheerleaders . fp- E" ' .l.'.. 4L-- .- rf - we- V - 1 r 1 w l Ha-f5iL:., .J , . A ..... mer-rrm' Tw-H' L.,g:-Yf.- ' ' ' - "-U L. -.- 4,1 . . Miss Darlene D ecker waits patiently for her senior gym class to assemble. Mr. Frank Eckert and Mr. Richard Eshleman team together to provide excellent instruction in physical and mental fitness programs for A-CHS boys. 22 In addition to her teaching duties, Miss Elaine I-Iulshizer, a new member of our faculty, coaches Whether in Athletic, or Musical Endeavors, nation 0 Mind Body is 0 i l Artistic, C00ra'i- Ana' Paramount Importance An accomplished musician in his own right, Mr. Robert Lau is in his first year of teaching vocal music at A-CHS. Along with a willingness to I perform many tim e -consum - ing tasks, Mr. Rodney De- Haven instructs both general and elective art classes. ' 11 Mr. William Lemon directs our well -organized elementary, junior high, and senior high programs which enable A-CHS to maintain its high standards in the instrumental field. nfl"-1 .Y " ' naadm ing. 4 ,D ae V .V A, , R? ' .. Av J, -Q -,. A V W ' - ff K ?' Q 1 P ' 4 , fm Unsung Employees T 0 Per arm . rns er, A. Ruber, A. Wartluft, F. Fernsler, D. Yeakel, A. Struphar, C. Blanch, W . Bomberger, J. Morgan. 24- Ig' Si A ,ur 3 7: .Q 9 . ff. . av- .4 . 3 Ti f ,N . - - ' vs J ' F , I sf-gf - ' R' .- - I - A '. . 1- -,gf ' : . J . ' r Z' Q Continue E cientbf " K .1 .fi Q CAFETERIA WORKERS: ROW 1: V. Eshleman, E. Reddinger, M. Rohland, L. Fink, D. Wolfe, H. Heisey, E. Wentling, S. Longe- necker. ROW 2: M. Tice, G. Blauch, M. Granger, E. Snavely, J. Sanders, D. Sudcliff, F. Fernsler, A. Balastu, B. Miller, A. Albert A. Kinney, G. Hanlon. ww ' H 1:9 CUSTODIANS: ABOVE: A. Riest, C. Haller, A. Ruber, A. Miller, A. Stvuphar. BELOW: I, Miller, I-I. Snavely, R. Sttezahn. '91, .,.. . 'iv ' .V fg,:""' I f m 1 1 ,f' ,a' ,-:fl 1 0 4- S 8 Reminisce over ur "Darrell" Academic Barb s constant companion . . . outstanding student . . . really plays the role. ' Q...-J' N., DOYLE BLOUCH L: V3 A "Doyle" Academic . E U Near appearance . . . works with A ' 'A poultry . . . early riser. LINDA BLAUCH "Linda" Commercial Can do without school . . . Lower Dauphin? . . . future in- cludes diamond. -fl' i A good combination of work and play produced a State Champion. BARBARA BOMGARDNER UBB!! Sweet Smile . . . always ready for an argument . . . determined individual. "Kathy" Commercial Likes to disagree . . . always in a daze . . . beautiful soprano Academic KATHLEEN BO ESHORE Voice. ' 28 Last Year at ACH S its JEFFREY BOWMAN "jeff" General Pals around with Bob . . . sly looks fool one . . . seldom heard. INGRID BRETZIUS "Ingy" Commercial Frequently visits Penn State . . . argues in Law . . . drives around cemeteries? JOHN BRYCE "Bryce" Academic Great sense of humor . . . hunts keys in bushes . . . state champ. 1. BARBARA Cl-IADWICK "Barb" Academic Top sports' competitor . . . friendly to all . . . presides over Tri-I-Ii-Y. STANLEY BUCHER "Stan" Agriculture Mr. Askins' "Farmer Boy" . . . likes to pest girls . . . accom- plished speaker. 29 5-Gi Man Persons Will Won der LEE CONDRAN "Lee" Academic '65 Malibu . . . swell guy . . . proprietor of bowling alley. X v 1 JAMES DeLONC "jim" Academic Earl's side kick . . . never a word against anybody . . . seen ROBERT CQQPER at the Raven- "Cooper" Academic Witty sense of humor . . . small but known . . . always laughing. .fl BENJAMIN DOHNER "Ben" General Seen at Kreamer's Funeral Home . . . clowns around with Cal . . . L-O-N-G blonde hair. DAVID DISSINGER "Dave" Academic I-Ias hidden talents . . . trying to avoid the draft? . . . voices his opinion. ANDREA D1ENNO "Andy" Commercial Cheers for Varsity . . . despises homeroom . . . live-wire! 30 Wh It sped by. .. 1.4 y.. T RAY DOUTRJCH "Ray" Academic Enthusiastic Basketball fan . . . nice guy to be around . . . re- sides in Cornwall. SUZANNE DULL "Sue" Commercial Has her own "Gardner" . . . Softly spoken . . . awaits gradu- ation. CARY EMBICH "Gary" Academic Track enthusiast . . . friendly fellow . . . seen in the parking lot. LINDA FAKE "Linda" Commercial Very intelligent . . . petite and blonde . . . hardworking year- book editor. 125' xr K CARL FAKE "Fake " Commercial Small but mighty . . . Mr. Askins' typist . . . "MayI carry your groceries?" ALICE ESTEP "Alice" Commercial Ready for a good laugh . . . wandering class jacket . . . neat hair. 31 up-ff 1 S0 Rapidbf. ther than MERVIN FAN SLER "M erv " G eneral "Cat and dog fights" . . . wacky sense of humor . . . last one to leave the cafe. VALERIE FINE "Val" Academic Always talking . . . adores black clothes . . . well-organized? EDGAR FERNSLER "Eggie" Academic Plays a great trumpet . . . love that tiger-striped beret . . . bell-bottom trousers. 'Tis Perhaps someone should call Eggie the Cop to protect the young, defense- iflsg-v .iw 5 ' N CAROLYN FOX Carol Academic I-Ieartaches by the number . . . contagious laugh . . . seen at F JANE FINKBINER W . "jane" Academic Good seamstress and cook . . . great ice skating parties . . . never has anything to say? ?? 32 Time Spent on Studies, . . . uv '44 Q- --u-7, MICHAEL FRY "Mike" Academic "Little boy look!" . . . victim of hanging . . . jumps the gun. less u11de1'classma1i who has been hyp- notized by Fry and Fansler. ii H.. is 4-fu CALVIN GARDN ER "Sketties" General "Heads of tails?" . . . "Dull" subjects are not boring . . . fine athlete. JEAN CERBER "jean" Commercial Sweet alto voice . . . tinkers with Lypewriters . . . has private cop. E' , 'i' . 4"17 NEIL GRABY "Neil" General Rules the D-corridor . . . flir- tatious . . . likes to talk. CLYDE GINGRICH "Clyde" Academic Whiz in chemistry . . . drives a bug . . . great: guy. 33 Particzpating in School "Sandy" Commercial Constantly giggling . . . Harry who? . . . natural curly hair. 'Ei' JAMES GRO SS "jim" Academic Very organized individual . . . 'ku- Grant employee . . . pleasant yet meek. JOHN CRIER "john" Academic Follows the crowd . . . what time are you picking me up? . . . school photographer. ELVA HEAGY "Elva" Commercial Shows skill in gym . . . cheery laugh . . . wild weekends! ADRIAN HAAK "Adrian" General Likes the underclassmen . . . Valentine baby . . . headed for the Armed Forces. ION GRUBER on Academic Love those speeches! . . . friend- ly and humorous . . . unique personality. 34- sponsored Functions CARY I-IEILMAN "Gary" General Do blondes have more fun? . . . gets teased by Mr. Kish . . nice guy. NORNIA HEETER "Noi-nm" Academic DOUGLAS HEMPERLY Knows her music . . . can't miss gD0uSi:'th 11 Acaiemic -b.k,tb.11..' . ,, f T160 C-:ta eI'SCt... ot ITEHHDESIL A glut bcnst O Honda . . . Nlillersville State. DEBORAH HIXSON "Debby" Commercial Pull in the Home Ec. department . . . seen with Ken . . . secret agent. SUSAN HETRICK "Susie" Commercial Blushes easily . . . L-O-N-G nails . . . sweet gal. DIANNE HERR I "Dianne" Commercial Likes the Navy! . . . beautiful black hair . . . always giggling. 35 AV Such as the Following JERRY HOOVER "jerry" Academic Great bowler . . . "just chec - ing." . . . "C'est dommage. ,in 43 X x ,Irv ,f EDGAR HORST "Edgar" General .f V Not always innocent . . . Works u with projectors. . . . Can be seen . LOIS HORN m D'33' "Lois" Academic Quiet -- sometimes . . . intern parties? . . . plays volleyball with vigor. Donna and Mary Arm are just two of the many seniors who received awards for their outstanding achievements. Being congratulated fis . ,A - .-, , STEFANIE KREAMER "Stef" Commercial Springy cheerleader . . . Mr. Askins' headache . . . a friend to all. MARY ANN I-IOSTETTER "Hose" Commercial Expert typist . . . good home- maker . . . surprises many with her antics. 36 Had Much T0 D0 with ' fill? H JEAN KR EID ER "jean" Commercial Swell personality . . . seen with June . . . good student. by Nliss McCulloh, Donna receives the English Award while Mary Ann receives the I-Iomemaker's Award from Mrs. Hixon. I O I PATRICIA KREIDER "Pat" Commercial Clown behind the scenes . . . brown eyes . . . softly spoken. D. BRIAN KRUGER Brian" Academic Muscle-bound . . . dances up a storm . . . daydreams of Cedar Crest. BA RRY LEADER "Barry" General Likes those Hershey kisses . . . hears wedding bells . . . yellow convertible. DONNA LASCH "Donna" Academic Sparkling personality . . . beauti- ful hair . . . will make a fine teacher. 37 The Illusionary Brevity IRMA LENTZ "Inn" Academic Artistic talent . . . heard at the basketball games . . . pleasant smile. MILDRED LESTER "Milly" Commercial One of the married members of the class . . . addition to the class . . . hails from south of the Mason-Dixon. ,anna BONITA LONG "Bonnie" General Quiet and shy . . . has a special someone . . . plans to be a beautician. DAVID LOHRER Loves to tell the Miller's tale . . . blushes easily . . . takes Walks to see life-size picture in locker. 38 -J "in-as SALLY LENTZ "Sally" General Turns many guys' heads . . . peaches and cream complexion , , , flirtatious blue eyes. Tom, Ed, Glenn, Jerry, and Dave seem to be engrossed in an en- lightened conversation centered around whether blondes have more W ff El K 0 cz Senior Year: . . . JOYCE LOY "Juice" Academic Brightens any day . . . official taxi . . . sneak with a camera. JULIE MAUR ER "Julie" Commercial Twirls in the band front . . . Mr. Kish's answer book . . . loves to dance. PATRICIA MQCONNELL "Pat" Academic Popular with the guys . . . class clown . . . lots of fun. fun. Perhaps not, but they do re- ceive attention at the Senior Pic- nic, where Brian willingly lends a helping hand to Julie. X x x K X w .Y ,WX S JAMES MQEYER "Jim" Agriculture Good hand at butchering . . . asset to Ag. classes. . . dark hair. DENNIS MCDONALDSON "Denny" General Palmyra attraction . . . deep voice . . . '57 chevy. 39 it Athletic Contests, Won BARBARA MILLER "Barb" Academic Knows the answers . . . headed for Messiah . . . quiet but witty. '-. H5-"s'3": 'xnxx u ' gi 'milk 3 BRIAN MILLER A "Brian" Academic ' Drives a "crazy" jeep . . . great pool player . . . swell personality. BONITA MILLER "Bonnie" Commercial "CottonJean" . . . visits school . . . likes bedtime stories. One thing of a posi- tive nature that can be said about the se- niors is that they like X their "grub, " espe- cially when it's free. CLYDE MILLER "Hyme" General Small but mighty . . . very con- siderate . . . "Queen Street." CARRIE MILLER "Carrie" Commercial Surprised honor student . . . quiet on outside -- laughing on inside 1 . . . sweet smile. I.. I 40 or L0st,' Band and . . . 'It DENNIS MILLER "Dennis" General "Ship alloy!" . . . seen on his cycle . . . good worker behind the curtain. KENNETH MILLER "Ken" Academic Rebounds with ease . . . hot rods in '57 Chevy . . . has a Cedar Crest Lassie. RALPH NTSSLEY "Andy" Commercial I-Iis pride -- Magwheelsl . . . loves roses? . . . sharp dresser. The candid camera finds three Hmunchers, Vickie, Cathy, and Sallyann, happily put- ting away their vittles. ' ,...,-0 SA LLYA NN PET ER S "Pete" Academic Active in school affairs . . . Help, lifeguard! . . . shows talent in gym Agn' ROGER PELLEGRINI "Pelly" General Cars, cars, cars . . . riot to be with . . . nice guy. 41 Choral Concertsg Club GLENN REIGLE "Glenn" General Electronics wizard , . . silent type . . . '57 blue and white ford. JANE RICE "jane" General Clothes, clothes, clothes . . . always has something to say . . . JOHN REITZ seen with Sally, Hjohnrl Academic Underestimates himself . . . true friend . . . popular with the girls. KENNETH ROHLAND "Ken" Academic Who bit you on the lip? . . . seen bowling frequently . . . humorous. CATHY ROI-ILAND "Cathy" Academic Short and sweet . . . seen driving a white falcon . . . will cheer up any patient. LOIS RISSER "Lois" Commercial Quiet and pleasant . . . courte- ous to fellow classmates . . natural Curley hair. 42 Activities and Drama .I NANCY SANDERSON "Nancy" General Where the action is , , , clothes! clothes! clothes! . . . collects guys. 177. ' '1- MARIE RUBER "Marie" Commercial High Stepping head majorette . . . flashing blue eyes. . . attracted to the Sophomore Class. C. ANDREW SCI-IAFFNER "Andy" Academic Mrs. Rank's nightmare . . . tall and handsome . . . will make a great Air Force cadet. FAYE SATTAZAHN "Faye" Academic Sweet personality , . . active in sports . . . hard worker. 'lv I rerr rly 1 ' BARBARA SCHA EFFER "Barb" General "President's aid" . . . almost missed the Prom . . . swell per- sonality. JUNE SAUDERS "june" Commercial Facts have to be proven . . . likes to do things her way . . . seen in D-33. 43 at Its Bestg Field Day PHILIP SCHNEIDER "Phil" Academic 1966 casanova . . . at home on stage . . . anti-female??? KENNETH SELLERS "Ken" Agriculture Very likeable . . . active F.F,A. president . . . great personality! 'T ,ph Nr- YT? LYNETTE SCI-IWALM "Lyn" Academic Afraid of mice . . . hamburgers with extra pickles . . . seen with Sallie. A4 -7' AUBREY SHENK "Aub" Academic Hard yearbook worker . . . sports competitor . . . versatile student. RONALD Sl-LAY "Shay" General Enjoys talking . . . main inter- est -- cars . . . always on the go. 44 Poor Trudi doesn't know which trustwvorthy senior, and F ormal Dancesg THOMAS SNAVELY Tom Academn: "Tommy Turtle Always has somethmg to say Sm11e' You re on Tom's camera SUSAN STARK SUSIE Acadenuc GUt5L3Hd111g 1n gym class jolm s g1rl hard workmg BONITA SHUEY Cla ss treasurer 0111116 Com111erc1al L1kes off1ce praerree? wlth Wade constantly freckles ub or Ph11, to turn to r advvce Mrs 1- SANDRA SWISI-IER Sw1sh Commu C131 "Go Navy' neat long IHJY frequently gets s111y 111 gyrn class CAROL STEPHEN Carol Acadenuc "Appeals Lo be qu1 from a LARGE falnlly prom1 nent student 45 gal ROSE TAVA NI "Rose" Commercial Seen with Ralph . . . shiny black hair . . . beautiful ward- robe. Fund-raising Drives -ff' ll 'I Scl1oener" General I AMES UHRICH 'Are you a boy or are you a girl?" . . . never misses a dance . . . big flirt. JESSICA TICE "Jess" Commercial Should compete at the drags . . . good student. . . always on the go. The youngest female chaperon in history attends the Senior Picnic. All that is needed to keep her NHCHA EL VANOVICH "Mike" Puts forth drummer bag! . . . headed for technical s mool. General great effort . . . little SA LLIE UHRICI-I Sallie' Commercial "He'S a fine looking boy" . . . has everyone in stitches . . . run to the bug! 4-6 and Senior Picnicsg . . . 'H ARTHUR WARTLUFT "Art" General Loves to pest the opposite sex . . seen at Scott's gas station . . . crashes pajama parties. DENNIS WA MPLER "Dennis" Agriculture Sharp dresser . . . neat yellow car . . . favorite ofthe girls. happy is an empty soda bottle' or a balloon filled with water, CLAIRE WATSON "Claire" Academic Goes for long-distance runners . . . asset to yearbook staff. . . mature young lady. BONI TA WEIDLER Bonnie Commercial Very quiet and reserved . . . Studi- ous member of the class . , . an individualist. BARBARA WEAVER "Barb" Academic Swings a mean racket . . . goes with President of the Honor Society . . . sparkling eyes. 47 J. mm , Q and Last, but ol Leastg CI-IERYL WEIMER "Cheryl" Academic Talkative . . . very changeable . . . always ready for adventure. IYS' 501 CAROL WHITMAN "Whit" Academic "Dutch Diner' . . . pool enthusiast . . . always ready to lend a helping VICTORIA WENGERT hand' "Vicki" Academic Neat French hair-do . . . pleasant smile . . . likes sports cars and the ir contents GARY WIN TERS "Gibble" Academic Toots a crazy trumpet . . . great Chevy fan . . . one of the North Annville gang. SUSAN WILDASIN "Wildasin" Academic "April fools, Mom!" . . . extensive wardrobe . . . soda Jerk at basket- ball games. 48 I NY ,113 While some class mezmbers would prefer to play poker, Dave and N 4 .,. 4, V , ,te :S .' Qw:',, , Graduation Ceremonies. EARL WOLFE "Skeet" Commercial Wise cracks in homeroom . . . livens up any class . . . quali- , , fied soda jerk. 'fy' ROBERT Wu-MER sensitive nature . . . wavy hair. "Bob" General Dark black, curly hair . . . Says "Hi" to everyone . . . unlimited knowledge of ca rs . jerry decide thcy'd lose, so turn to volleyball. they ..x. A ,,f-'fl ..s,,geroi- .Gai ap, .gag ,gl i ,.- -'z . , - ' 1'-N . Jw-'rw' 7 13- .J xv 7.3 is-5 N 1 4, 3 , 'I' "" ' h . . I ,V.. 4 .sl I . , V .1 '1' 43' ' f 4-' , - - r.,,. --1. A Ass"-, I A. J . . .s S. GERALD YAKE Gerry General Optimistic about graduation? . . . 4-,XX kY""T" JEAN ZIMMERMAN "jean" Commercial A lot of fun to know . . . faith- fully endured homeroom . . . Marie's partner in crime, NANCY YEAGLEY "Nancy" Commercial Very petite and sweet . . . has a smile for everyone . . . re- cently took emphatic interest in track, hall patrol, and park- ing lot chairman. 49 M157 ins. f wh,i,,: 'OP 1 MOST ATTRACTIVE: Andy Schaffner Cathy Rohland 1 MOST POPULAR: C athy Rohl and Clyde Miller CLASS CLOWNS: Pat McConnell Merv F ansler im -1-- MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Jon Gruber 5 rf E W. Linda Fake ' L a s-EF' V VL. af L3 led, gy., C2 , .f f Y ,,- 50 vf Class of ,66 BEST julie Maurer DANCERS Jim Ulrich 'R 1 HN .-, n . .KX-1 . .J BEST DRESSED: Rose Tavani Ralph Nissley Selects utstanding BEST CITIZENS: jon Gruber Faye Sattazahn Members BEST ATI-ILETES: Brian Kruger Barbara Chadwick .f-W, .- .--ai Y PM .--pq' f 6 49. :my , H. Lf: -'v fi, 'gjliu-uilii'l"4" r he Seniors Recognize A H I BEST Barry Leader ARTISTS: Irma Lentz BEST MUSICIANS: Gary Winters Norma He eter aturczl Talent BEST ACTORS: Sallyann Peters Phil Schneider 1 1 rs Qjuvf I N w ADVISORS AND OFFICERS: Andrea DiEn.no, secretaryg Susan Stark, treasurerg Kenneth Rohland, vice-presidentg Mrs. Keller and Mr. Kish, advisorsg Clyde Miller, president. Norma, Stef, and Susie seem to have tired of the Senior P. . , icnic s festivities. Advisors and O cers Guide Class of ,66 Through Year, N i IGF Ending with Senior Picnic Our beloved president should know "never to play with fire." Sandy, Irma, and Joyce strike a pose reminiscent of the Three Musketeers. 53 BORN: February 29, 1948 DIED: December 23, 1964 In Memoriam JAMES PHILIP KLNNEY ERNEST FRANK HOWELL Death, Be Not Proud by john Donne Death, be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so, For those Whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow Die not, poor Death, nor yet canst thou kill me. From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures be, Much pleasure, then from thee much more must flow, And soonest our best men with thee do go, Rest of their bones and souls' delivery. Thou art slave to Fate, Chance, kings and desperate men, And dost with poison, War, and sickness dwell, And poppy or charms can make us sleep as Well, And better than thy strokeg why swell'st thou then? One short sleep past, We Wake eternally, And death shall be no more: Death, thou shalt die! 54 BORN: October 1 , 1946 DIED: June 16, 1964 Senior Directory DARRELL BALDWIN Academic Drexel Institute of Technology. Chorus 15 Band 1,2, 35 Clarinet Choir 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Track 15 Basketball 1, 25 Honor Society 2, 35 Senior Class Play5 Tri-Class Play 3. LINDA BLAUCI-I Beautician. F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Tri Hi-Y 3. DOYLE BLOUCH Shippensburg College. Cross-Country 15 Chorus 1. KATHLEEN BOESHORE Secretarial work. Commercial Commercial Band 1,2, 35 Chorus l,2,35 Glee Club 1, 2,35 Clarinet Choir 1, 2, 3. BARBARA, BOMGARDNER Academic Future undecided. Tri Hi-Y 2, 35 Chorus 2,35 Glee Club 35 F.H. A. 25 F. T. A. 2. JEFFREY BOWMAN General Mechanic. Band 3. RICHARD BOWMAN General Electrician. INGRID BRETZIUS Commercial Secretary. F.H. A. 15 Yearbook Staff 3. JOHN BRYCE Academic Future in Electronics. Track l,2,35 Soccer 25 Band l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Hall Patrol 3. STANLEY BUCHER Vocational Will study Agriculture. F.F. A. 1, 2, 35 Projectionists 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 2, 35 Tri-Class Play 2, 35 Senior Class Play. BARBARA CHADWICK Academic Attend Catawba to study teaching. G. A. A. 1, 25 Gym Leaders 35 F.T. A. 1, 25 Newspaper l,2,35 Yearbook Staff 35 Hockey 1,2, 35 Basketball 1, 2,35 Tennis 1,2, 35 Honor Society 25 Tri Hi-Y 1,2, 3. LEE CONDRAN Academic York Junior College. Band 1, 2, 35 Tri-Class Play 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Clarinet Choir 1, 2, 35 Chorus 35 Track 1, 2, 3. ROBERT COOPER Academic Hopes to attend college. Chemistry Club 2, 35 Track 3. JAMES DELONG Academic College or Youth work. Soccer 1, 25 Band l,2,35 Track 1, 2, 35 Gymnastic team 1,2, 3. ANDREA DIENNO Commercial Business school or secretary's job. Hockey 1, 25 Cheerleading 35 Newspaper 1, 2, 35 Tri Hi-Y 1,2, 35 F.T. A. 1,2, DAVID DISSINGER Academic Future in Electronics. Track 1, 2, 35 Cross-Country 3. BENJAMIN DOHNER General Future undecided. Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Track 15 Basketball 1, 2. RAY DOUTRICH Academic SUZANNE DULL Commercial Future undecided. F.H. A. 2, 35 Library Club5 Tri-Hi-Y 3. GARY EMBICH Academic Future in Commercial Arts. Track 1, 2, 35 Cross-Country 1, 2, 35 Student Council 35 Hall Patrol 2,35 Hi-Y 2, 3. ALICE ESTEP Commercial Medical Secretary. F.H.A. 1,25 Tri I-li-Y 2, 35 Chorus 3. CARL FAKE Commercial Will join Army. LINDA FAKE Commercial Secretary. Library Assistant 15 Library Club 1, 25 Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 3. MERVLN FANSLER, III General Hopes to join Marines. Cross-Country 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3. EDGAR FERNSLER, JR. Academic Will join Navy. Soccer l,2,35 Track l,2,35 Basketball 25 Band l,2,35 Orchestra 1,2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2,35 Basketball Band 35 Br-ass Choir 1,2,3. VALERIE FINE Academic Hopes to attend college. Tri Hi-Y 1,2, 35 F.H. A. 2, 35 Newspaper 2,35 Library Assistant 25 Tri-Class Play 25 Senior Class Play. JANE FINKBINER Academic Elizabethtown College -- Pre-Nursing. Chorus 1,2, 35 Glee Club 1, 25 Honor Society l,2,35 Clarinet Choir 1, 2, 35 Band 1,2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Tri-Class Play 3. CAROLYN FOX Academic Will attend Business School. Chorus 1, 2, 35 Bandfront 1,2, 35 Glee Club 35 News- paper 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 15 F. H. A. 15 Senior Class Play5 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Library Assistant 1. MICHAEL FRY Academic College Bound. Student Council 1, 25 Track 1,2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Senior Class Play5 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3. CALVIN GARDNER General Future undecided. Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Track 1,2, 35 Basketball' 15 Hall Patrol 1. JEAN GERBER Commercial Future undecided. Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glec Club 2,3. CLYDE GINGRICH Academic Will attend Penn State. Chorus 1, 2,35 Glee Club 2,35 Honor Society 3. NEIL GRABY Vocational Will join service. Baseball 1, 25 Projectionist Club 1,2, 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2,35F.F.A.1,2,3. SANDRA GRANGER Commercial Waitress. Cheerleader 15 Tri Hi-Y 2, 3. JOHN GRIER, III Academic Will attend school or join service. Track 1,2, 35 F.T. A. 25 Chemistry Club 35 School Photographer 2, 3. , JAMES GROSS Academlc Will attend Shippensburg College. Newspaper 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Clarinet Choir 1,25 Tri-Class Play 1. JOI-IN GRUBER Academic Will attend College. Newspaper staff 1, 25 Student reporter 2, 35 National Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Track announcer 1,2, 35 Tri- Class Play 1, 2, 35 Student Council 3. ADRIAN HAAK General Will join the service. Soccer 15 Chorus 15 Track 1, 2,35 Hall Patrol 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . ELVA HEAGY Commercial Secretary. Library Assistant 1,25 F.H. A. 1,2,3. NORMA HEETER Academic Nursing School -- Polyclinic Hospital Basketball 2,35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1,2, 35 Clarinet Choir 1,2,35 Nurses Club 1,2,35 Chemistry Club 2,35 Tri-Class Play 35 Chorus 1,2, 35 Gym Leaders 3. GARY HEILMAN General Future undecided. Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Track 35 Basketball 15 Soccer 1,2, 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3. DOUGLAS HEMPERLY Academic Will attend Robert Morris Junior College. Chorus 1,2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Track 25 Senior Class Play. DIANNE HERR Commercial Be autician. SUSAN HETRICK Commercial Secretarial work. F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Library Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2,35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Library Assistant 1, 2,3. DEBORAH HIXSON Commercial Secretarial work. Library Club 15 Yearbook 35 Senior Class Play. JERRY HOOVER Academic Will attend business school for I. B. M. LOIS HORN Academic Nurses training -- Polyclinic Hospital. Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 35 Future Nurse's Club 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Tri-Class Play 2, 35 Chemistry Club 3. EDGAR HORST, JR. General Electronic Computer Programming Institute. Projectionists Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN HOSTETTER Commercial Secretarial work. Honor Society 2, 35 F.H.A. 25 Yearbook 35 Tri Hi-Y 35 Newspaper 1,2, STEFANIE KREAMER Commercial Future undecided. Tri Hi-Y 1,2, 35 Honor Society 35 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3. JEAN KREIDER Commercial Secretarial work. Library Assistant 1, 2, 35 Nurses Club 3. PATRICIA KREIDER General Future undecided. Library Assistant 3. D. BRIAN KRUGER Academic Will attend college or I.B. M. school. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Class Play 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Track 1,2,35 Soccer 2,35 Basketball 1,2,3. DONNA LASCH Academic Shippensburg State College to study teaching. Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 35 F. T. A. 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Club 25 Senior Class Play 35 Year- book 35 Honor Society 3. BARRY LEADER General Plans include marriage and the Army. IRMA LENTZ Academic Artist. F.H. A. 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Senior Class Play 3. , SALLY LENTZ General Future in nursing. Tri Hi-Y 35 Tri-Class Play 35 Senior Class Play 35 Newspaper Staif 1,2,35 Band Front 1,2,3. MILDRED LESTER Commercial Secretarial work. DAVID LOI-IRER Commercial I. B. M. School or work. Tri-Class Play 1, 2, 3. BONITA LONG General Beautician. Library Club 1. JOYCE LOY Academic Hopes of becoming a Lab-Technician. Nurses Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1,2, 35 Wind Ensemble 35 Yearbook 35 Senior Play 35 Library Club 1, 25 Library Assistant 1, 2. JULIE MAURER Commercial Future undecided. Band 1, 2,35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Class Play 35 Tri-Class Play 3, Honor Society 3. JAMES MEYER Agriculture Future farmer or meat cutter. F.F. A. 1,2, 3. PATRICIA MCCONNELL Academic Beautician. Tri Hi-Y 1,25 F. T. A. 1,2, 35 Gym Leaders 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 25 Tennis 1. BARBARA MILLER Academic Will attend Messiah College. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 35 Senior Class Play 3. BRIAN MILLER Academic Major in Business Management at Findlay. Band 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Track 15 Newspaper Staff 3. CARRIE MILLER Commercial Would like bookkeeping or clerical work. Honor Society 3. CLYDE MILLER General Will join U. S. Army. Hall Patrol 2, 35 Newspaper 2, 35 Class President 2, 3. DENNIS MILLER Commercial Career in the Navy. Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. KENNETH IVIILLER Academic Future undecided. Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Newspaper 1,2, Chem- istry Club 25 Hall Patrol 35 I-Ii-Y 3. RALPH NISSLEY Commercial Business work. Hi-Y 3. ROGER PELLEGRINI General Drafting school or service. Hi-Y 15 Track 1,25 Stage Crew 1,2,3. SALLYANN PETERS Academic Millersville State College Student Council 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Cheer- leading 1, 2, 35 Tri I-Ii-Y 1,2, 35 F, T. A. 15 Gym Leaders 1, 2,35 Hockey 15 Tri-Class Play 2, 35 Sr. Class Play 3. GLENN REIGLE General Technical School. Band 1,2, 35 Stage Crew 1. JOHN REITZ Academic Will attend college or join the service. I-Ii-Y 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 Track 1,2, 35 Soccer 1,2, 35 Basketball 1,25 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3. JANE RICE General Future undecided. Newspaper Staff 35 Senior Class Play 35 Tri Hi-Y 2, 3. LOIS RISSER Commercial Attend Zion Bible College. Nurses Club 2 3 Llbrary Club 1 3, Tr1 H1 Y 3 L1 brary ASSISEHIIE 1 3 CATI-IH ROHLAND Academ1c NLUS1l1g school Band 1 2 3, Clarmet cholr 1 2 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Orehestra 2 3 S udent Counc1l 1 2 Year book 3, T11 Class Play 2 3 KENNETH ROHLAN D Academlc Future mcludes college Band 1, 2,3, Dance Band 1 2 3, Orchestra 3, Chem 1S11'Y Club 2 3, Track Manager 1 Baseball Manager 2 3, BasketballM1nager 1 2 3 MARIE RUBER Commerc1al Legal Secretary Band 1 2 3 NANCY SANDERSON General Future undeelded F H A 2,3, L1bra1'y Club 1 2 Llbrary Ass1stant 2 3, Tr1 H1 Y 3 FAYT SATTAZAHN Academlc W1ll attend college G A A 1 2, Gym Leaders 3, Cheerleader 1, Hockey 1 2 3, Tennlsl 2 3 Bandl 2 3, Chorus2 3 Stu dent. Counc1l 1 JUNE SAUDER Commerclal Secretar1a1 work L1brar3 ASSISLHIIE 2, Nurse's Club 2 3 BARBARA SCHAEFFLR. General Plans to be a sales clerk Newspaper Staff 1 ANDY SCHAFENER Academlc Future mcludes I B M school and A1r Force Soccer 1 2, 3, Trtck 1, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball PHILIP SCHNEIDER Aeadem1c College bound Newspaper 1, 2, Tr1 Class Play 1 2 3, Semor Class Play 3, H1 Y 3, I' T A 2 Yearbook Staff 3 LYNETTE SCI-IWALM Aeadenuc W1ll attend Busrness School Bnd123,FHA 23,GAA 12 Hockey12 KENNETH SLLLLRS Voeat1onal Da1ry farmmg F F A 12 3,Ha1lPatrol12 3 RONALD SHAY General Teehmcal School Soccer 2 3 B 1seball 3 AUBREY Sl-ILNK Acadenuc Hopes Lo attend college Cross Country 1 2 3, Track 1 2 3, Basketball 1 Band 1 2 3, Dance Band 1 2 3, Claunet Cho1r 1 2 3, Orchestra 2 3, Honor Soc1ety 2 3, Tr1 Class Play 3 Yearbook Staff 3 H 1ll Patrol 3 BONITA SHUEY COI11lDCI'C13.l Busmess work F H A 1 2 3, Llbrary Club 1 2 3 L1brary Ass1sLant 1 2 3, Honor SOCICEY 2 3 THOMAS SNAVELY Academlc Goldey Beacom School of Buslness Track Manager 1 Stage Crew 1 2 School Photog rapher 2 3, Newspaper 3, Chcnnstry Club 3 SUSAN STARK Academ1c Hopes to attend college Band 1 2 3, Chorusl 2 3, G A A 1 2, Gym Leaders 3, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Honor SOCICEY 2, Tennls 3 CAROL STEPHLN AC9.dC1T11C W1ll attend Busmess School L1brary ASSISEHIIE 1 Tr1 I-I1 Y 1 SANDRA SWISIIER General Secretamal work Hockey 1 New paper 1 ROSE TAVANI Commerc1al Secretamal work Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3, Newspaper Staff 3 St111OI' Class Play 3, Yearbook Staff 3 JESSICA TICE Commerc1al Secretarlal job Chorus 1 2 3 G1rls' Chorus 1 2 3, Honor SOCIEEY 1 2 3 F H A 1,2, Tr1 H1 Y3 earbook Staff 3 Newspaper Staff 1 2 JAMES UHRICH General Gas statlon attendant Trackl 2 3 Soccer 1 2 3 Basketballl H1 Y3 Hall Patrol 1 2 3, Gymnast1c Team 1 2, 3 SALLIE UHRICH Commerc1al Secretamal work F H A 1, 3, Tr1 H1 Y 1 3, L1brary Asslstant 1 MICHAEL VANOVICH General Techmcal School Baseball 1 ProJect1on1stClubl 2 Bandl 2 3 Orchestra 2, Wlnd Fnsernble 3, Basketball Band 3 DENNIS WAMPLER Aguculture Plans to farm GleeClub2 3 Chorusl 2 3 F F A 1 2 3 ARTHUR WARTLUFT JR General Jom the Navy Soccer Manager 2 3 H1 Y 3 CLAIRE WAT SON Academre Computer Programmer Band 1, 2, 3, Future Nurse's Club 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 BARBARA WEAVER Academlc Plans mclude work Tcllnls 1 2 3, Basketball 1 2 3 I-Iockeyl 2 3 Future Teachers 1 2 3, Gym Leaders 1 2 3 Future undecrded CHERYL WEIMER Academ1c Computer Programmmg Band 1 2 3, Orchestra 3, Yearbook 3 VICTORIA W ENGERT Ac adermc Future Nurse Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3, Chorus2 3, F N A 1 2,3, Year book 3 CAROL WHITMAN Academlc Nurses' tI'211H11'l.g Bnd123,FHA 123,FNA 23 Clarmet Cho1r 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 3 SUSAN WILDASIN Academlc Future Nurse G A A 2, Gym Leaders 3, Tr1 H1 Y 1,2 3, Student COll1'1C1l 1 2 3, Honor Soclety 1, Future Nurses Club 3, Hockey 1 2 3, Basketball 1 2 GARY WENTERS Academlc Electromcs Computer Prograrnrmng Insuture Band 1 2 3, Dance Band 1,2 3, Orchestra 1 2 3 Brass Cho1r 1 2, 3, Chorus 1 2 3 Basketball Band 2 3, Track 1,2, Cherrnstry Club 2 3 ROBERT WITMER W1ll Jom serv1ee EARL WOLFE JR Plans mclude a Job Bandl 2 3 JERRY YAKE Future undec1ded Stage Crew 1 2 3 NANCY YEAGLEY Future u11dec1ded L1brary Club 1 F H A 2 3, Tr1I-I1 Y 2 3 Senlor Class Play 3, Tr1 Class Play 3 JEAN ZIMIVIERMAN Future undeelded Tr1 H1 Y 3 F H A 3 General Commerclal General Commerclal Commerc1al , I . 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I 1 ' s - .1 I s . 1. . ' ',, . 1 . . . , '.- ' I qv 11 1 ' I . 1 . 7 7 7 l Y 7 7 WI I I Q' I nu I I I I 7 7 7 7 7 D 7 ' , . .I .u I . I I 7 5 2 ' . - ' ' . l 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 -I' x . I o , ' 7 7 7 7 7 ' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' I ' 4 7 7 7 ' . 5 . . , . 1 ' I 1 1 ' ' , I x , GI I 1 ' 1 1 ' , L , 3. . ' 3 ' I 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' A l ' A - 1 - - - 1 ' ' 1 1 , - - . ' - . l 'v ' . 1 3 ws 1 . - 3 . . . . Mr. DeHaven seems to have enjoyed being director of "Pillow Talk. " L Senior Class Play, "Pillow CAST Ian Morrow -- an interior decorator . . jonathan Forbes -- a client .... . Brad Allen -- a songwriter .... . Alma -- jan's Maid . . . . . Pierot -- jan's partner ..... . Mrs. Walters -- another client . . Tony Walters -- her son . . . . Marie Eileen -- Brad's friend Yvette Miss Conrad Supervisor -- of the telephone co. Miss Dickenson Policeman . .....---..- Bessie -- Brad's maid ...... . Mrs. Frost Mrs. Ames prospective client Graham -- a private detective . . Girl in Club Tilda Ann I an' Prompters . Waiters . . Lights . . . Stage Hand . -- asinger . . . . assistant ...'. . Sally Ann Peters . Darrell Baldwin . Philip Schneider . . . . Irma Lentz Douglas Hemperly . . . Valerie Fine . . james DeLong Carolyn Fox Julie Maurer Sally Lentz Ingrid Bretzius Barbara Miller Nancy Yeagley . . . Brian Kruger . . . Joyce Loy Donna Lasch Lois Horn . . Stanley Bucher , . . Julie Maurer jane Rice Rose Tavani . . Debbie Hixon Barbara Miller . . .Miachael Fry Brian Kruger . Donald Bowman Ronald Bowman . . . . Paul Blantz 58 Darrell learns a few new "techniques" by ob- In a pose typical of English class, Stanley serving smooth-talking Phil and Doug discuss- falls asleep while talking to Donna and Lois ing the woes of the world with Sallyann and Irma. Talk " Is Box ce Success J The play cast and stage crew of Pillow Talk" relax after enduring the tension that accompanies any dramatic performance . Graduation Ceremonies S choelin SENIOR AWARDS g ACES In School Award ...... Gary Winters . . 3 . , liggxgirgfgtlllixmfzlxgrglirican Legion and Re adcr s Darrell Baldwin Betty Crocker Homernaking Award ..... . Bausch and Lomb Science Award ....... Highest Honors in Class ...... Linda Fake Annville Businessmen's Association Award , , Carol Whltman Business Education Awards Outstanding Student in Course. . Linda Fake . . . . . Mary Ann Hostetter Second highest honors in the class Annvillc-Cleona National Honor Society Bookkeeping """"' Rode Tavani Scholarship Award ....... Barbara Miller Prhorthailq """" M ' ' 'A' Llllflda Fake Annville Reading Circle Aw ard for ypevfntmg' .' "" ary nn Ostetter Excellence in English .... . . Donna Lasch Class of 62 Serylce Award ' ' 'Clyde Mluer Annville Rotary Club Service Awards .... Cleona Women S Club and Danforth Foundation Personal Development Awards . . Mary Ann I-Iostetter Annville-Cleona Kiwanis Club Courtesy Darren Baldwin DAR Good Citizen Aw ard . . .Sallyann Peters Cleona 'vVoman's Club and Lebanon County Federation of Woman's Clubs, Girl-of-the- Year ............ Barbara Chadwick Lebanon County Republican Committee for Excellence in Problems of Democracy .... Darrell Baldwin Lebanon Valley Kiwanis Club Athlete Scholar- ship Awards ........ Barbara Chadwick Aubrey Shenlc Mathematics Association of America Award . . . . . . . . . . . .ClydeGingrich VFW Auxiliary Essay Prize .... Donna Lasch WCTU Citizenship Awards . . . Susan Wildasin Q If ' james Gross Sallyann Peters jon Gruber Aw ards ............ F aye Sattaz ahn D avid Lohr er joseph H. and Emma R. Westenberger Memorial Awards Home Economics . . . Mary Ann I-Iostetter Vocational Agriculture . . . Stanley Bucher Kenneth Sellers Mark the End of Public or Seniors Annville-Cleona High School COMMENCEMZENT EXERCISES Organ Prcludes - Prelude and Trumpetings .... . . . . Roberts Andante fSonata No. 61 .............. Mendelssohn Organ and Piano - Fifth Concerto ............... Handel Robert Lau, Organist and Mildred E. Myers, Pianist Pifliroeessional - Pomp and Circumstance ............. Elgar Ptlnvocation ................ The Reverend Earl Rowland Pastor, Church of the Brethren, Annville PFI-IYNIN - The Church's One Foundation Address of Welcome ................. Darrell Baldwin Choral Selection - With a Voice of Singing ....... Martin Shaw Senior High School Chorus directed by Mr. Robert Lau Dorothy Fine, Accompanist Introduction of Speaker ................. M. L. Keim Supervising Principal Commencement Address. . ....... Rev. Carl M. Schneider Pastor, Linglestown E. U.B. Church Presentation of Class. . . ........... Robert J. Snyder Ass't High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas .............. James T. Karsnitz President, Board of Education Alma Mater ......... Words and Music by Harry Frederick '58 Senior High School Chorus 9fBenediction ................. The Rev. Earl Rowland fFRecessional - Pslam XIX .................. Marcello Y Audience Standing 61 ,,,g.L Xi, X TQ WF! x . G1-.ES S s ff? ig, sf-S, 1 , Y I rl . X 9'l'Q'E5'f'1 SQQQQQQ- . QQQQQQQQQQQQ' Qqggqqmggggca assess QQQSB ADVISORS AND OFFICERS: Mr. Fureman, advisor Ellen Loser, treasurer Harold I-Iabecker, president Brenda Baylor, secretary Miss McCu11oh, advisor Class of 36 7 Plans Budget l , A Susan Bainbridge . 5 - ' R Edward Barry D -- l ', 'in 'nu if Brenda Baylor HE" if l,giRC" Q5-4 : W ' , .I ml Cathy Beard- ' ' A ' g V ,. ' ' V ' 24 jan Behney ' V ' fu, Phyllis Berry V B '- f joel Beyerle , ' . ,lr HQ. Paul Blantz , - if , . I R if fig.. ""g,Kf ' David Boger ' , h , " 5 Aff' T Dennis Bomberger V .2 N5 W ' I , Ai n , "" Y CarlBomgardner ,, 'fm Q if f 'I Keith Borges Donald Bowman , Harold Brandt ,T Q- , 'M -' "1 '- MLW Robert Brandt ,HQ .1 ' -1,-L A f A ft Steve Browning . if sl, v , 'L 1' William Chadwick . X' ' M - .4 V ' - jim Colvin Y 4. I is in jolinda Cook V' , V..- Susan Cooper . ' I , I Frank Custer 1' if ' 1 A " 5, T" X Gm Daugherty Q 'I L Vrrl Rick Dengler , ' V fa 1 if f' Linda Dinnison Connie Dohner Luther Birly Byron Ebersole Nathan Ebersole Timothy Ebersol-x Tom Ebright Tom Echenrode Carol Ehrhart janet Elliot jacob Ensminger Karen Fake ry' ' Q.. 1?-fl ff"j. - Q ffl --R1 wr., : 1. 11:3 A -1 -, -1,-'rr .,'.' 1' C w H X sl -npr, " -X ' ,1'. t' J , ff' - 442' :. ij'-'--'I"DC5 1 -'X' -' sr Y I fav ,rf js QQ 4 y B '-D- i'1L'i4-. mai H2 ' ..,. 'fir '. .117 A Q . 2 'H B vw 1 1 as i IKM? N Em B. '!. x , 64 X Dawn Fleer Betty Forney Victor Forti P. . , Av! 4 'xx 7. A .,,- ,rv-4 4 iw ,.r. V A L . if ka 5 I i ,x g 1 ."2r -. Sheila-Funk Paul Garrett Francis Garrison HW Li - jean Gingrich ,ai , , i M' . Linda Gingrich "' ' -4. ,. if fi Q ' K , . ' .Cf Bonnie Granger ' .- ,JH-', K W: -Q Barry Haak " , X. n " Q A ., - Y fu. Harold Habecker My Juv:-5, LXR X5 in Q-,ffl Patricia Heffner I ' ' 1 1. im:-L X 3 1 2 'L .n,,i.r .L .iii 1,75 1,25 1 M Glenn Heagy - i mb ' H Lawson Hemperly N - '-' IQ ' 'U ll 5 :. L 13. " f ' D Patricia Herr il ,N ' Q, ig w ' - Sharon I-Ieverling ,Z 'Ti XX . 5 ' 'N , A -7, Linda FHPP 'ff i 1 1 ' " 'V GUY H1112 V . ,, , iir i' A -f i J A . ,Jw A-X I L ,N L V or Final Year at ACHS ,. Gail I-Iostettcr ' i i William Irwin T '1 I ,H Ma james Karsnitz 5 ,, 'A X ... M , N ' David Kauffman 3 X . .' Y M " , V- ' " "5 Jeffrey Keiser A ei K "f ,ff A 7'Q"'i 'f "4 ' .iw Denise Kelly V - ' A ' -1 4' -. - jean Karcher X " . ff ' In 4- L I' U , 4, Kay Kerkeslager "' jill Killinger Carol Kleinfelter I A up , V . Frank Kless 'J' PN '- , Y I " i" g ' K .5 ii ' 'E' Richard Klopp A .L Q, - ' ' .- .ilu ,Egfr r Cv' Mark Kreider ' ' 2 -3 ,. A ' , R .A ' J Kenneth Kreiser gibxbznl-ig. ' . b I f .- 'gr X' an iligff, ' W Elaine Krum , A 4 L Patricia Lasch .Q . '05 :U '- ' 3 ,,- 5. 4. Terry Laudermilch QQ :il l ,fs 1? A, Q fu N Doris Lentz F -'-.A " .f I ' ' ' ' 'Q Sandra Lingle 1: -fi. ff. - fi , V 13251 Marilyn Long G qlub L51 A Lynn Longenecker Linda Loose f Ellen Loser F. 7, 4, ml : ' 'ai f ,eil ,,' jane Love 4, 3, , , ,jf 5 .fc Carroll Martin V -V - V w 5-I f, . rag. 'ff' Cathy Mease W" VQ7' f . f ' -" f L Paul Meck i L ' L ' L Arthur Miner I X 1 -154 Q-. .bw David Miller L ri - 1 Esissgmiiff Ti. U ww f ,Lf ,, af 'A " f 1-Fi il Sandra Milligan "" A 'L rf X " ' .Q L - fm if Terry Mumma . ' MY f 1 ix' 5 3:2 5, :,, Terry Peiffer rv ix. If ,f 2.45 Aa, Linda Poorman A 1 Y : -Q' L :kai-" -s.ri3Qg.2l 65 Wim Karen Pyles Randy Radamacher Mary Rohrer Betty Rott Linda Rott john Rudy Fred Sanders , V5 -X, 'gf - FA' .VCT vv - Y, -Q, . Sit 'tr' :L 'A fy if P., 'L' , ' V - uf yy "' f .' . X + '- , .J J I ll 'X ' ' ' ' .1 I Nl H - I, Q-Tv V M, ,. . 0. s , , V , .-"-,,-rf' 1 1 , ,g f , .f wmv " " q -' ' r 99 in Q l '-Tj' .5 9.4-ing... 4, ,ghd .. y I Q txjfgrgi Y . ,X U V f I 5 june Shenk Tom Schaeffer Janice Schwenlc . Larry Sheaf . ,av Gordon Sheetz ef William Sholly A- ' Shirley Shuey 1. ' Q i , fix- , , ls, ,f -. I K F? 1 r X I '.w.-4.:'...'..' CC JJ Using cz Swiss Theme with Edelweiss T itle, Juniors Stage Suceesryful Deborah Shultz n - K Romaine Smith -- , Terry Smida ', ' , S -by - john Sollenberger l -' A ' 4 ' Ronald Stegall , " ' ' Richard Stephen I ul "fTjf,,, if Evelyn Stine auffg, ' r-""'YL.- Af-F David Stoner M! . J - N, Vi 'Q ,.,:, A ii ,fun 7 1 .FWS .. -...a..:. ,' w '., f" .5-S, 1 'fir ' -rv" 'Q, Ea 'Q V. .' . .512 wx 1 "1 'YZ -1 get 4. x r T William Stover Kathleen Sudbury , Mx' Thelma Sweigert wan" ' ,"4Q- "' ,, ' Cynthia Swingholm we-S 5 5'3" Q , Janet Tanno 'NA W " , ..3"'Q. i' " Diane Thompson I d2M:,,fEg X Xe Z Q Craig Tobias jonathan Tom I , , ' , V ' Raymond Trautman A fs . I, A cindy Tribioli ws, -' Q N5 ,,,, 'V' 153- 2 Li H' Dawn Waltermeyer 24 Q C- if at A' .' Brenda Wampler f rj' .gi A '- lf' I J Richard Wartluft ' ' .5 K V535 6 Iz: 55 ij . 'l Q' if A i vm -' ti' L X ' ' ' ' Bonnie Watson 4 ' 4 ' Delbert Weaber if 'ia 1 I 1 L ' g?berVtIW1?aber 1 ,QL 3 'Lf' G-1 A L wry- ff in et in ton V V " 13" 4 wa, William Whiler A 1 X I V-,, Luc, , gil, Jeffrey Williams Q"1v'g.i A N N ' Drucilla Windle S , A rw E.-9 I I-' 'I A U ., v i i. Af I ' . N' l shy i 2. Larry Winters john Witm er Ruth Woolurn Kenneth Zeiders Dennis Zellers Mary Zimmerman As the 1966 J umor Senzor Prom I ve- , f ' N 0 n ' uv T b '11 :fam LF i , . , IIH, 35, 'bf 4 'n VK f gn . I, , 67 , CQ' ' af. 1' l 1 -3, -an A ? 9 , I , ,, .x , 'E lxx I 'r 7' J ,V 1" V X61 4 4, .1 ,- I M SEATED: Karen Fake. STANDING: David Lohrer, Mary Zimmerman, Darell Baldwin, Jon Gruber. ROW 1: Sallyann Peters, Stanley Bucher, Larry Sheaf, Ray Doutrich, Lois Horn. ROW 2: Karen Fake, jacob Ensminger, Carole Ehrhart. Junior Class Sponsors the THE CAST M . Jourdain Maitre de Musique Les eleves de Musique Maitre a Dans er Les eleves a Danser Lackeys Maitre d'armes Maitre de philosophie Nicole Dorante Mme. Arnaud Cleonte Covielle Lucile Tailor Tailor ' s Apprentice Tailor's Helpers Dorimene Larry Sheaf Kent Kreamer Carole Ehrhart Sharon Horn jacob Ensminger Harry Miller Louise l-lower Janice Martin Sally Lentz Barbara Keller Nancy Yeagley Donna DeLong julie Maurer Patricia I-Ieffner David Lohrer Darrell Baldwin Lois Horn jon Gruber Mary Zimmerman Stanley Bucher Ray Doutrich Sallyann Peters Robert Hartman Dorcas Graham janet Elliott Carol Wartluft Karen Fake is T ri-Class Play, Moliereis' CC 33 The Would-Be Gentleman ADVISORS AND OFFICERS: Mil-:ki Bixler, secretary Louise I-lower, treasurer Robert Hartman, president Mr. Swingholm, advisor Kent Kreamer, vice-president Miss Decker, advisor Q rg' ' Class QF '68 Contributes -M Audrey Achey ' .VW . X 7 if N ' Steve Achey Q A - ' 7:1 A' 4 Karl Adey 'V XP Y ff ' Barry Albert Sli. ' c ' - ' N Keith Albright A 51? 'I ' T5 Amber Berry If 'li ,f ' V sb" William Bickelman l'4L"r- K V W Michaelyn Bixler f ' .1-' H- ,A ' l , Michael Blauch . . - A' e we , mf i- it Susan Blauch Y' i t "1 'i ' "ig, X Q, K ' ' 5 jack Boger ' ff 5 HD - K iv", ,ff ' Q57 ' i jf n l i William Boger ' 1 5 ' ., A .JV A ' - ' i -if ' in f n A .3 M A X ll ii I .sa in ,A 1 .- Til l W A . il I V A Patricia Bohr ' , ' 5.1 V id Sharon Boltz ' A P' . 'Ls I ' V i" Mark Bomgardner 71' 4' ' , 'iivj of jv-wif! Richard Bowers , I A 'rx ' gg X Donald Bowman ' 3' 1 , R 0' 'A Ronald Bowman N W , -A Sue Ellen Bowman ' , ew- ' f' Gerald Boyer ., -fi . 1 ' , A -1 Pamela Boyer C 1. ij if ' Lucille Brandt " ' 4 SY " " I H' Arlene Breidenstein 5 sk 'lf Q' L 1 ' l i t o f 51- Eaf1'Bfightbi11 ' , A M L, . Y . W ' HA ,l 54 A. x g, I ' , ' fig., Michael Campbell ' Michelle Capriotti I A 'A , '. P-655' Gregory Colvin L" A V Charlotte Comins tiff "' v Donna Custer ' 'l' - ,f -' " Donna Daubert 70 . 15, Donna DeLong Cherye Devereaux Q ' 1 1 , A Dale Diamond 5 1. 1 vv .f. 5' ' 'f .. V7 Rosemary Dillard -E H V 4, miggx' .iff -Q If Trudic Ellenberger as 4 ' . V , -H -.1 james Ensminger ,gm . if 1 N I' , is , 'X 1 f ' -f fr in gi Linda Estcp jfs . ii" ' Brenda Fake . If V , rim 79 g john Fake H.. I -41 - ,..,. ,-, - ,A G- I " il 4? Michael Fake ' ,, A if: e ,ig i " Q.. . .. f , L 1 t'- "", ' -i Dorothy Fine e ,. l , V X 3 1 N , Winfield Finkbiner A , Y -X: d ggi . F.-'gm AIM . y fi Zfi !l g W G. V , N2 l , .351 . Judy Folk . A Rickey Fuhrinan Brenda Funk " , ' 4- ' Gloria Garrison J ii' , Dianne Gerber ,' 1. ,V ' , X Aul - Thomas Gingrich fy: :W ,b., 4 -N 8.3 1 V ..,z'. :gin 3 X I Patricia Goodman , 43 Q ,A 'iz a A Robert cmby Q -I 1. . '. L' - y " uv Dorcas Graham -' ff fc? 5' " ' " in - -gf Martin Guildoo 1 - 7' l A f,,,N 1, , 5 , I, Albert Hamm 1 x J, ' r . 'f file i rfb G M M -i 'ar . G. al M Joan Hanlon . 3 Z Robert Hartman ' ' . . Penelope Hauer , ,X ' ri - V I, , -,,, y 4-y ,. - Edward Heagy ' fd fs, x T 535' James I-Ieffner I H ' V my 4 1' V' n , --,, A Kerry Hemperly .4 .5 3 ' x V Richard Henning .i H eavibf I0 Glenda Herr Randy Hicks Janice Hixson john I-Ioffer Charles I-Iontz Dale Hoover Sharon Horn John Houser Mary Howell Louise Hower Virginia lniboden Carmela jones Barbara Keller Thomas Keller Craig Kingsley Glenn Kline Gloria Kline Priscilla Kline A CHS ' Successes 5, -'WY af' 85. - 'V-Sanz' 1' ETL r. U' 'L ., 'Q I skill - 'V , 7 -I -'-1 . , :J WJ M y if' ' X or Y j , L A. 'A , s Y rm.,-.f",3r Q4 4 KX lx 'iw liir'-1 M rq ' J 4' , f L Q - s fi- . I fs. six' 'cw' x..., ,ai 71 "' ' m .X Q 1 all -In 'N X t. i Kent Kreamer , sq V .af .r 1 Q I, ,, R Q V ' Linda Kruger , ""- " F. . 47, 7. ' ,GUI Faye Lauer F" .4 ' ' A ,Q 'k' ' e ' Lonnie Layser . ' " , , 'A X ' .K Bruce Lentz I - l K A V x e Joanne Long I, ,h I Judy Long bv M. ,Q Y Shirley Long 5 , ' 'li' ' Carl Luttman f , ' -- ' 1 ' X W" 1 V Janice Martin A M QV 5-Q b X' " J' ' Y, ' A Mary jane McCorkle A ,P 3? if viii' it " ' Barbara Meily . A . Q' "KV-i4 '-LAI., Q. . V Charles Miller M f ,fi - craig Miller PQ xi UI ' 2 rg -1' Q KJ, Harry Miller "V ' -.. ,CQ " r N - ef Larry Miller V vi-.xi A ' yn? 1. '31 V44 . ,V . I V " I --7' , Iiathy ,' , v i b,, Y J- ' A aren e igrini Q QS I -1-.eww L Sharon Pfautz f '- A ' Kathleen Ragguinto Q , A-3. ii N, Lx I . Diana Rasp Z Y n x Q' i' r S I- T '- Linda Reigert ri 1 j . in 'ff Ronald Rowe ' x .A-- ' , .," V .5 ' .S , , George Ruth Glenn Seaman i ' Catherine Seyfert ' x 1"-" R J , Lee Sheaf Q: -.ii X' - " Peggy Shenk " 4, ' - 'K 1,2 ' jay Shuey X fxk , W' . V l ' V! X y Barbara Smith A Z sandra Smith ,. , I W April Snavely A - SAAWH S -."! ' . L fi W . Linda Snyder x W G N' ' .Q i V' H -uf J 135 e x Eva Sohlman "A ' Q' W f 45, Q fa:-F Daniel Sprecher 7 15' Z" , , i, , ' . -f 1 ff 1 KU ,, - VV R- A, tml L L13 A ' . Dianne Struphar A ' A X , -- -I Gerald Tobias ,A A X. 7 ... ' Q V Clifford Trombo , "I 'T' '1 133, 4 - t A 1" wayne Tshudy U 'Q ' ' ' Q.,-li ff-f Rodney Ulrich ,f .W . an 1 , t Keith Umbefgef ,.', 4 '-f ..-' in 1- W. '- ' - .-tj-,wr 'N- Z N 5 wr. G , L lg it AQYxXN,.,,ni Ars Gail Walmer WWW i i ' ' ' Z Terry Waltz , "W ' ' Franklin Wampler ', f. I b Q' i v - 1-- - Carol Wartluft A 5' A AJ if lg, ' ' Bruce Watts 1 'Ev' ' '-'f V .. A, D Marlene Weaver '-4. f'4 -if ' fel--E ,. 53 - L Dennis Weidler J ll if 1 I ge' W A Kifbi' Weimar T Larry Wolfe 4 U ' Q Garry Yingst ', 35 4 1 -V Gerald Young f ' 'rn fig' Q' Susan Young E4 N 1 Michael Zeck .. Wx Karen Zimmerman 72 Cana'ia's Reveal 9 Many Phases of School LU'e Richard Achey Janice Barry Wendy Bates Rick Baylor Ivan Beare Dennis Betz Barbara Blatt Rhonda Boger ,af " fl A ,I ,. N 6 'x PRA "1 ', . 1 xjit ' . .Q ., X. 5 H - Q -N .ggsvn v"" nh? Darlene Bomgardner 1 iw""V Eileen Domgardner 3' , Donna Books A ,N Ioan Bordlem ay rgibfavi Elizabeth Bowman Robert Bowm an Neil Boyer Suzanne Boyer A Carol Brandt if Connie Brewer V . 'H 'L 4 fe w 'lf LJ I ll we Q . . 1, J s. -ev! .. 4 1 ai M Vg, . in 1 C Q I j L--f p- .- 7 7 OFFICERS: Marlene Hitz, treasurer Robert Wentling, president Sidney Hostetter, vice president Anita Stover, secretary Class of '69 T Prepares Q r Y Y,,. . . ' - x,.,a Q, h s , Q.: al r A ff. R 1. ai? if R X ia "F, , , ' ' A , 1" v FM ,sen -,wr u 3 'if' 'L " y. -'Wi 'C -3 -. 5. , QV, - a u f Q , I ' -:J 1 5 . -ire, -. 1, , Q J, ' -h W U --,I ga - Pia- ? .Qu-A 1 4 ' , - Q -1 ,.,'.. xrl,,,Lav'.'--,- , . 4g" ,1,-1 K L Z ......,1- 3,-:,ffQf,sA,J..i. ,K YB E, ,A -L ' Z .1 S E.: . X x I li xi K? 'lx X .5 A -.Va 7' e 11:4 ' . 'r' 1 m,'5'3f,, N Kathy Bucher f ' Q f' Dorothea Burke ,,: 515, ,,, gg Brian Coleman ' .V X- Vg : Q, V Frederick Diebus ' " - ' ' Q Erma Diem .K N , - 4 - 3 -ew Lianne Dinnison L - A K H - Sulynn Dissinger K ,X bf. jeffrey Dohner - , " Richard Dubbs :U ' Irene Dull -L 1 ,X Q55 1 Barry Dupler ,li if 1 f ' Nevin Ebersole f AV ' F 1 Connie Ehrhart -V ,,, b Mary Elliot 2 Auf' '--if-V, George Fansler fl' r ' -M. Q- janies Fernsler 5 , '5 'ii ' john Fox ' In 1' 1.- ... , u ' W Cheryl F uhrman . J' . , "' 'r' "W Evelyn Furman , if Y. I X A Daryl Gerber T 74- Allen G1bble Janet Gmgrxch Steven G1ngr1ch , Karen Gress Clndy Halsell Davxd Herr Lynn Herr Tlmothy Hertzog Claudette I-Illton Marlene I-htz Nancy Hoffman Kenneth Horst Ernest Hostetter S1d1'1Cy I-Iostetter C1ndy HOUSB1 Rlchard Houser Rebecca Howell jam es Hower Rodney Imboden Sherre Irwln Peter jones JW Lex B' X in men .pv- 'R We ,511 aiifrirf' 'R "FM A Q 'fr X fam 14 1-.:', LM James Kauffman Stanley Keller Robert Klahr Dlanne Kless Donna Kllng Beverly Krelda Robert Krelser an Dean Krug er 7 Davld Kyle Donald Lavlne w Daryl Layser Mull or Entrance Z0 Semor Hzgh Darlene Lcwars Deborah Lrght Larry Lxght Thomas Llngle Rrchard Luz Barbara Long june Long Lxsa Long Robert Long Forrest Martm Kenneth Mase Margaret Matala Kenneth Maulfaxr Robert Meek Barbara Melly Darlene M1ller Joanna Mxller joseph Mlller Robert M1Jler George Moore Charles Moye1s lu v+,4 w m! I dl 'Sk 'Q l f vi r fxv 75 V7 I Jil Qi? 11' 1 s ' 1 . . A . , 1 , . X K ' V- 'I 'V v'h Z 'aj . 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' 7.-fr i' - - J ii I Phlhp Rowland Q If ' x , Jack Shenk Kathleen Sherman Linda Shipp Sharon Smithx Jacob Snavely Gary Snyder Gloria Spannuth Valerie Sprecher Dennis Stephen Anita Stover Judy Teets Peter Theis Jeffrey Tice Colette Tienter Joanne Tittle Daniel Sauder Jean Schlnaltzer dr R David Schumacher 9 1 . 'J' ,"h Rr L. 3 ,Cu K .n . Aj, 1 x X Q4 ' x M 'H Bruce Sellers f - f 4 Terry Seltzer V , -. i Edwin Shaak v ' Jane Shaffer ' , S. HQ, ' , Y .A ' 5 ' 1' ' D Q: .L A . sl G15 A , rr . V , , I 'P'-I it " -f-, 'ef HP' H :ttyl 14. .. ' ' 'L ""' .- f- ' ' Fl ' :L ww. V-A A , ,.,,- , ...ff ' Y A 4.3 1 - ' N ea ,l 2 . -Ei,i,5,,.,La-w.za-- ' K- - ' ' -ri 3:i.,,..- - .. , W 3 ti, x , f 1 I J 'w a t ' ...dessrtla Michelle Tobias f A if '.: f riff 1' Stephen Tom , ,, f.y., , 3'w r . Q- Judy Tompkins "' ' '. L , W L: ' ' V L, Q' Eileen Tshudy J - ga. . - 1' D ' 3 -A J George Ungemach , ' QW if . 'f , ' A ' 7 ""N Ig Nikki Vanovitch I ' :1 ? V M, , J-lj ff .fu "+.,,-i " If '2 .- ,asia , Mille lmif H , Gary Walborn -, ' r- Y' 31111, .. Karen Wampler V A-'M FA.. A 5' an if-., 2' ,K Wayne Wampler -fp, . 1 ,U :rl 45 , HJ Dawn Wartlufr V - uh -. . Vr, n 'A-fl. Q Harold Weaver ' " Q ,J Q K f ,L " - H 933,51 Q gi Kenneth Wengert 'J I 'S a i if , 1 Robe Wenfling ' rr-H' .gfi J 7' """'5l-J.. T J Sharie Wert J 1 J A " 1 Zmiii Joyce Wethington an ,, 'L'-Zi" x, Fax, I A . ng! jg! I 4, David Wicks .gy - 'fi f ,, 'il 4 , H Peggy Wilds 'f' J J. i H . ' . I, pknx Mary Jane Windle Fly' ' , ' " ' ' is ' l y 7 F ,V James Winters oh f of X .- L S Q Gloria Wolfe I ., x ,, Dennis Yeagley I X L f-V 57 L ,V A ' Joseph Zearfoss 3.7 ' ' ' M. ,gy 'T ' Hargy Zeiders 'H' ' "' - Cin Zimmerrn an " A ' - " 11:1 ' A .V ' ' Rita ylimmerrnan lil L s M it 76 OFFICERS: Robert Books, treasurer Dawn Dutweiler, secretary Kathy Uhler, president Ken Shuey, vice-president Class of 570 Accepts More Active Role in ACHS Activities Achey ,1 en-y iclligy . s 3 a X ' t IDS ' V -K ' M' A Y - Q 5' Beard ' ' if X .I li fry 1' 1- f--'A S Beare ' fr rf!! ' r T' ' 333 ' I- ' BeC1BeerYerle tvs" . 1 J I' " ' gt V ia-'Ei I f 'iz l l " A X' 'w 'W fu: Y A ' X Rig' fax jx : x - Gail Bissinger T Sharon Blauch A A 'I rx: f A - fi 1 Candace Boger ,f If V- I Ji ch, A 5 Ronald Bomberger ln 'ki " "M f ,LJ , -Ti ,ib n Harvey Bomgardner -L A . . A . V- ' W f ,V 4'-7 Barry Books -,X ' A ff- .E 4 F' ' ' ff , ' V' Robert Books X in ' Q l I ,Off f f' 5 5 X' 'f H B J 1' 'J W 4 Craig Borges 4 U 1, V Charles Brandt . , I ' f' .. K.-' ,a, W Ernest Brightbill '13 ' ,ali ,C 1-L Yi r Anne Brown A 'V T ' "' A I V L Charles Brown '- V ' ' - ' f ' ff. 'f ' john Brummer I J jff -H 5563.1 Robert Bryce La.rrY BuffenmeYer ' X A - X Joyce Burke . Y L , ' I ,.f, ,I N I Robert Chablmoy , '-'WIN' ,gg 1 A fr Elizabeth Chadwick Q' 'rf' ' ,-- Edith Cooper . v I t ' 5,5 . wfg,,J-32,1 ' ' ,A I William Cox XL ' ,C w F' ,K 5 . 1 Randall Crawford w r t 'Ml ' muh Custer i Deimler ' ' ' ' I U X , Deitz .5 : L -H 1, 7,' "gg ' 5 ,, DeLong ' tiff' ' kg, wg , - 'Q "' K 1 V DOCISOII me 5 5 -' V V ' . 1:-Y" ' 'CJ Donmoyer 1 E . Lliru-M V if in Dubbs . f51e'i2fi'f I fm! Pls! QE .-il1,fr'3?ffaEiLgtf.i gk? f . Larry Dubbs Dawn Dutweiler Brenda Ebersole Richard Ebersole Cynthia Eckenrode Martha Estep Kathleen Fake S ,", -04 , A sq, A M 'iw ,ss ' E' ' W A-. 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' , K , ' Richard Hitz 5 9.1 3 ft Gerald Hoffer 51 S, A ,S K' K Jay Hoffer fix V Harold I-Ioffsmith Y' Steven Hontz , - Xnir Nevin Hoover . I 6 4 ,, .2 X! ,XXTXX Dwight Hostetter ' " "N A 'f l Q2 X EX, Q- 1 Rodney Hostetter 1 rw ' 11 sc-ff Q97 X 'H Stephen Hostetter -U jg ' ' .l ., .' l Connie Imboden liidia at .L Lmda mm Craig Karsnitz XX X VX janet Keener ' ' X J ' ' Linda Keener L X . A 4- J ' fi' ' Christopher Keller 'ffl V X E4 -GD," C, K' X ' Lance Keller r' g ' ' 'X X f Randall Kelly 1 I- K Xt gh " Robert Kerkeslager Susan Kline ' ' K X, William Kline , x Marilyn Kramer N Q1 'Q X - 9 - 5 .4 1 ' va Lynn Kreider X ' 'f S4 ,," ' ,531 A . V L ,r A L- A fj, I Arthur Kreiser ii tw,-f X f ' -f -3 X " A 1. K, Cheryl Kreiser i '21 fl-,, .3 ' fl' ,X . it .,VV - .4 ,, L l.' ' --Q 'J Clair Kreiser 'X K A Exit? l'.. "-, it ,S gtfk K it . eq l - 3" .. ' . '31 .mb ---" AU:-f'K""1 "few: 'l , -. 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Lynda Troutman Thomas Tucker Kathy Uhler Karen Umberger Constance VanW1nkle Sondra Warfel Darlene Weaber ,f y 4. :P 1. 'ADF Wk L1ll1an Weaber Cheryl Weaver Marletta Weaver Susan Weaver If fff NN Y Delores We1k Charlagne Welmer Ilmmy WISE Dane Wolfe Kenneth Wolfe Ronald Wolfe Susan Yake Mark Yorty Medwm Young Barry Zlmmerrnan K C lass of '71 1 ' W' '- 1 . L' F? A I "VW 'P' V p - ' " - ' 'V 1 ' , -if in .. H 5 -2 I. gf 7:14 4'.57v' ,,,, ,,.. i ? ELK, 'WT L - B V1 T, 3 Af '1 ' ll' 'lXxi'l :"QT1..fiQ4Qf fn- 1- '- ,t A ' is z , Y "im ' F ,L r M . f- .mf g l -.S , V f , ' r ., I . I , I, OFFICERS: Sharon Long, vice-president Dale Gingrich, president Karen Bissinger, treasurer Pam Murphy, secretary S0011 Becomes john Adams Tom Adey Renee Adomaitis Margaret Arnold Richard Atkins Carol Aughenbaugh Jo 'Linda Bainbridge Robert Balmer Charles Becker Kevin Berry - , x , - 7 i ' - Ray Betz , ' S X Ronald Birch k ' M5 rl Q . , - Karen Bissinger 'X Q ' , -X, ,, , L.. - , Pamela Boger N 3 r -1 -4, 'T , f f 4 . I' . -1' I, -V gl AL, Y 1 ul ' ' " 1 JOIIII Bohr Qi' ' ' b 5 1 Wayne Bomgaldner - 'f M - 59 ,Q ,N U , N Sherry Borges ' ' , ' R3 be-if rg' Holly Bowers k .Q james Bowers Y M , Robin Bowman , 1,43 "L . , Barbara Brandt J 'l -gi!! " ' ,327 ' Q ' df, Darlene Brandt ' f - 4 y , ' David Brandt W V, K- ' ' X . " .' ' F l as S sn - , fi M ,J Martin Brandt Ma1'y Bucher . . - jeffrey Bucks ' in Brian Burke 1 r I , Debbie Carpenter Y -af' june Cialone " Mary Clawser 533 33 Brenda Coleman ' Gary Cutman Robert Dailey Ronald Daugherty Dianne Deitz A .5 ' , ..u' N x Sz: " '1 JS. ':.,1.f. 'rl v M 1 V' Nl. " ,I .5 we y fe HQ P all dtex F flk f ' ' L. X 'S Ama W . W CL . "' ' 1 " ' -QQ' lk! L 5 v r" ' :" 5 'fees H H 1 I --lv 'W' .. M cd' - ' QQ Ellis, -- "W W Vi -- -'Eff .1-3, ig' 4 ' lr - Y Q A V , W U-A -' .:: . ef,-, 1 . '-ff: - 21 . .-1, ul if '11 i - .111 J' it Q5 80 YC! 'Y' an QQ f X A gm, N--V C' ,-v -rfxxx 1'- vi 1 ull Accuslomea' to L1 e at ACHS Charlotte Graham Barbara Glanger John Granger Charles Greenawalt Karol Gress Donna Grxer Cyntlua Gross Allan Haak Glenn Haak Melv1n Haldeman Rochell I-Ialsell John Hanlon R1Ch3Fd Harner Sharon I-Iaulman 1- ,.,:-rf H ,. 'J' 12' X C5 24 '39 f I ffl 1' 0 N 3' "5 Hdiifm f!ii3f"ifu" all an 'fa F 'Aux 1 X 81 N MHS f' 'Y X r Kathy Dlnmson Ray Dotter Charles Dull Henry Early Patr1c1a Early Kenneth Ebersole Nell Ebersole Paul Ebnght Barbara Ensmmger Dwlght Ensmmger Mrchael Fansler Thomas Fernsler Glorla Felty Carroll Fleer Thomas Foltz joseph Fortl Bev aly Fuhrman Carl Gacono Dawn Garos1 Dale Glngrlch Davld Graby mg' 155 Thelma I-Ieagy Thomas I-leffner Kelth I-Iemperly Deborah Herr Lorle Herr W1ll1am Herr 1111 Huschbock Boyd I-Iltz Carla H1xson Dlanna Hoffsmlth jullanne Hopple Kathleen I-Iorn Charles Horst Brenda Hostetter james Hostetter Kenneth Houser Deborah Hummel Margaret Hutchmson Ed1th Imboden Llnda Jeffemes Donna Keener I.-A , '3 ' L N in 4 my fa. - . .1 ' '- ' ' HJ 'x " "' , P--- h ' ll., 'L qs? pl' ff, Y- r ff! ' .W .. l I - - ' x ' , ' ' . . . f I - V ' X . - 7 5+ 155 'Ai - L-4 -21, . X , .- .. 4. r---1 4, ll: 'f B1 Q ,ur 5 ' xl UL ." 1 K ' l xx ' 5 V ' 1 , -. f- - X - . 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C ,4 ,ur Ida Keener 1 5 L e' ., 'N Phillip Keller V 1 V :ey ,V g f K V MJ, 'I R VM Scott Kercher . V ' ' .J-If '2 1.1 ,, 'V A ,QL g Frank Kettering . VV -I ,VV V ' wx ' "KV ' ' V V ' Iicogt Klgttg-Vingd . N - VV 'V V xxx! :VV 1 V VV-V, , ,Tm F vig V V X at V lr oo ' ' K ' 1' V e l ,L .I N' , Rl il, i Joyce ,x 1' u. , Ml T, ,, , L . .. " Karen Klick r , , QQB, john Kline , " ., ' V ff? -, V-.V 'Z he f V-tn .5 joseph Kramer 1-:-v -5- X if l 'EV 1' 453 Gerald Kreider , ..: ' ' ll A 'V Michael Kreider A Q1-L.. N 1 W Q A. ' '... , 1"1'.'5 Sharon Lash K1 ew 1 -an ,- .-.-. . . lr K l fif:1.'f"ft1e All Y' ' , E iw "F, :zl 1- 1 - " ESt l.. i lv- H '?ma'QWli ai l ur-. 4 ,L A er amz -.Z A Charles Liskey l 'Q . . NE? ' . Carolyn Lloyd ' ,'r, .i a -ar ,, L V , L 1, fl ' R nd 111, b - L", Q V Eiga ' -2- ' .ek eea S l ' Q . 5 13:9 Elzini Lon? Q ,' ' lf ' 1 ' f' 'YM f ,' Kenneth Long rf' V -.JQN , " ' J x.V Y N W , Ronald Long 'e -, f T N L - L . ' it " E-ff' will h ll "sf . Q . Ll l Q as IREM S mm Long 1 Kenneth Longenecker ' Suzanne Magni V V V V V 1 assxxsaz . l is Susan McConnell ' V A 4 john McCurdy ' " " , ' V , ' X Dennis McGarvey I X Robert Meily X ' , Y LuAnn Meyer V an A David Miller V dis in .- ' Y V Vw Howard Miller 'i V 4- V r ,rr ZSV L-, 33 jeffrey Miller V L f A , -.:' 1 .U VVV if ,, V V. sue Ann Miller ,iffgwgw V IV . , 1 VA V VVVV 7 rl- V'cki Miller "f if f",l..' girl A. 1 1' ' X 'T' ' ' 45, 93 Fu' .filfi fl K R cl ll M 'lv ' , if - :ii:i1liV33lgufaiEllll'A ' 1 '- an a oore Joanna Mumma K Pam Murphy ' i - " Z. M ' V ' ' V X Charles Nash "'i"i .,. V -I' .- Susan Nissley ' 4, f . ' , '7' x"- " ' Pamela O'Neal " V V ' ' :"' V3 ... , V- David Peters my V f V TQ.. , nfEf!Hli!lf:f fffliiafffv K j ,V iiillll fli William Pruitt , . ,VA , ' A johnPry1es f- . RM V,., VV 7 gi" Vu 43 Marilyn Raber ZH , all "E, P , :TS A A 1 fl, '-:- Steve Reese ' " f Q ,' ' 'V 'F VJ, " gil, Ricky Reigert ,-1+ V ,VV A V V 6. Q I' ga!-L. V ., VV VV Vx 1 V VV :fi-5 , . V V Dale Reigle ,dv f ' Ronald Remesnik , V . V X V Sharon Rhoads rs ' f V ,,, ' it V' W M Terry Rhoads . ' I Aly' -'H , 1- f '-gs' I ' V Dawn Sanders ' -' AQ' t, ' L' gb -f ff- ,V I joan Sattazahn k , K H f V fu -r V A.. ' V, V -rf '. , .Lat Bonita Scheib f V if 1 VV V ig, V Yvette Schiavani ' 'I V- I .Z 1 ' ,f??.rtL3':ixeei3i..' 'Qi-. Lucinda Schies H -fi Karen Schneider , Vi, M W 'L X V L W Paula Schwalm 'V "1 1 ' j"V' 35' "' '-1 -Aja Joanne Sellers L.. ' 'Eff " Christine Seyfert ,V " - ,fl X L- ' 'L V V, Jeffrey Shade V gf' my -'- VX 9. 1 L V X Ted Shaffer Rose Ann Sheetz Forrest Sheffy Donna Shellenberger Kathy Shenk Charles Shifflett Colleen Sholly Darlene Shuey Susan Shuey David Simmons Nancy Smith Richard Smith Terry Smith David Snavely jeff Snavely .g h 1' .. ' we 'Y 1 TT 'ln xlf' ' , ' W v A53 A- ., ,, b V a -, x-2 y' A I E-1 1 AL in ... I - -af AN., . 7 1. .M . ,- V : Q'-r ' -- he . -1 .vmszs i n ee L... 'ml' F Q -mf ' y ,Hajj 'lf' -ll-5 if W D .... , Nw Kring? ' ,A W. ' , ' -, M ll3el4i.2Hliff'E K l 'f- . fr 25 'W 1 sw, ,,., Dean Snyder . Z 4-I . L A Xu. A David Sollenberger '-21 , L .-F55 V , K ' ,L -Y Greg Souders ' ' ' ', V , ' av 'ix '- wif Delores Spannuth ' - 'A ' ' ff: lxf Vi ilu. I N :i,11L,iiBLl.h1Li ll H' 'ff,' , V D - NT David Stachow Q A -6 ,I V - JA ., .. 9 we Larry Stegall L :QU Aj, , " Q., "' ec Dennis Struphar ' ' f , l , x N A,:"'j., Kenneth Sweigert ' lf, X H Q, A ' H ' V Velma Sweigert I Aix ' X63 ' X 'X a ' - Pa 'Q' ' Cherie Tobias x iv I ,i- . ' , V - joseph Trautman H, B A . , ' A ,H , xg Sandra Troutman P ' W7 i '1' " z.. , Kenneth Ulrich lv. L- -r u-1 . sw--1 ee-5 fc tu- f Michael Ulrich l 'I 'b -W 1, m, , 'l Stephen Vanovitch v 54. ' 4 N ' Sharon Vogelsong w x W-M4 nv 1 w-3 Gail Walborn Eg 4 Henry Wampler ,' 1.. W "L" 1' v- Mervin Wampler f f.--- Kenneth Wartluft -Y I' in Donna Watts ' ! fi ag, "jf, Judy Waybright Debra Weaber SQ Aaron Whitman rl. Richard Wildasin S, A A ,x V 'll -5 -1' K - fjffiviv G1 1 Pamela Wilhelm 41. 5 5 .Tl if .Si 1 5i,.E:t,' 5 ' in Faith Williams Q ,A R, A 1, -fs- ' H eg, 5 Jack Williams "' '- ' l , ,X -UDL. . ' ! 5 X ' i H: I I Nancy Williams - cams winters A A, jefvxx Johnnie Wise , :J A ,, ,.- .Tl '- AH Bradley Yingst ' L' + XL QA," 'A .W 5. Donald Young .5 5531 "W h- , , Patricia Young ,, , , A f ,, 'X lb-all " ' if ,., ' - - h ' 7 jig? R f- X ' 1 :ef Michelle Zeck , ,. Lynette Zengerle , ,K 5. 'Q A H - , N 5, Leslie Zimmerman ' " " 5- ' H. 5 Lisa Zimmerman .cf 7 .ff V ' ' "'i ' X '7' JOh11ZSf1ff1i , - "f f . . ' --'- - -. ,Sl-' " . 7- 'N' '- '. Q We K :S I 'E . 2' 1432.Ml'f!12lif,4i-'X 83 .1 X X 'sg f--. I x7 If ,f I I1 I ,'l f 0 Ill Af' 1, ll If If 1' ,ff 11 1 - I , G- ff. 'rm . I 3. , r K X xl X fl ll' I! vf yn J'- 714' ACHS students prepare to cast their ballots to elect next year's Student Council members. OFFICERS: S. Wildasin, secretary, j. Colvin, treasurer, G. Colvin, lst vice-presidentg O. Wethington, 2nd vice-presidentg j. Gruber, president. Working energeti cally throughout the year, the ACI-IS Stu- dent Council has benefited the school in many Ways . In ad- dition to promoting student-faculty rela- tionships, assisting with assembly pro- gram selections, pub- lishing the student handbook, encour- aging social functions, and helping in other numerous ways, this year's members have revised their con- stitution. Student Council Sponsors Many ik " iff W 5 .1 51,15 ,IIE-'-f-.f -, ,M r, ' -1 H 'r rig.-'N LJ tr- Q- 1:31. -Aw .x ,grirff ,J--vfef--E.- -1.4 , . ,..,. .-Q.,-, ., ,E Row coi- Vin, fi -Qi'i156SfQ?W 5601- Vinf-2 P. gg, ls4g1?eteE5,!,i2Row 3: c. Embichj 'realism-io. Hia, L. shear M. Zeqltg adxfisor. fl Qilfs i'- Tjx f'i' lk ,ylfilffp Q -1 - "-,A f If K A ll fel' s ef, t is pi llii'-ff Q 34 5, mfg Y' Olin lends a helping hand during field day. Ejfectivebf School Activities WINTER CARNIVAL COURT: ROW 1: C. Rohland, C. Nissley, F. Sat- tazahn, Pat Lasch, C. Mcasc. ROW 2: G. Colvin, P. Schneider, S. Peters J. Colvin, O. Wethington. Missing -- B. Kruger, M. Fry. 1 NX.. 51- 9 Itj, "Duz'chmen Crierv Has New Look REPORTING STAFF: ROW 1: S. Dissinger, D. Custer, C. Wartluft, B. Fake, E. Sohlman, L. Troutman. ROW 2: L. Herr, S. Ebersole, M. Matala, P. I-Ieffner, D. Fine, S. Tom, S. Long, D. Graham. ROW 3: I. Shenk, R. Marquette, J. Gross, B. Miller, M. Zimmerman. il' 4 L ls .kk Q 9 sa' 'S ,ff-' "" --" 'ami' ' 5?,.,,L ' B -13- 5 A 1 EDITORIAL STAFF: ROW 1: Mrs. Beard, advisorg R. Woolum, J. Tom, C. Fox, B. Chadwick, B. Baylor. ROW 2: E. Krum, V. Fine, D. Gerber, A. DiEnno, C. Beard. 88 w , Y , ' :V ' " K YU ' W ' 1 jessica Tice and'KMiaryfiQfiI1'11If54SP9t'CC1' P9-ftiCiP2-fe ' L in the Honor Society"s"-mtoringprograms, or- ganized to assiSt AJCI-I,S,gsi7g.LdonfZS who wi improve themselves SPTiO13StiQga11y. ,, . 1 X V, , X 1 W- Zig' 5.33 , vfgljf M. Zimmer 1 W L E. Krum, I. sh to K"'x'X B fix WK if Honor Society Members Seek Academic Excellence Wethington, . y . man, S. Kreamer. .W 'Q HONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1: B. Forney, L. Fake, I. Maurer, B. Shuey, J. Finkbiner, D. Baldwin, S. Bucher, B. Keller, S. Shuey, P. Lasch, C. Ehrhart. ROW 2: K. Fake, Tice, C. Miller, L. Hower, K. Kreamer, I. Gruber, A. Shenk, J. Col- vin, J. Gingrich, S. Peters. ROW 3: B. Miller, D. Lasch, T. Waltz, D. Hoover, O. j Rud , G Colvin, C. Gingrich, I. Tom, H. Miller, M. Hostetter, EE I l A es When the newly-appointed mem- bers of the 1966 CORJNOMA staff met for the first time in July, 1965, to choose a theme for this year's book, they had their first taste of the some- times frustrating work that lay ahead of them. Although they knew little, if anything, about producing a year- book, they soon adapted themselves to the numerous menial yearbook tasks, such as making and remaking layouts, identifying photos, writing copy -- to name just a few. As their reward, the members of the 1966 CORINOIVIA staff want only to have the satisfaction of having pleased the majority of students for and about whom this annual has been written. X, X l S- A: ... Linda Fake, editor, Mr. Fureman, advisor, Phil Schneider, business manager. Long Hours and Hard , f L . T gil 'ft - SPQRTS EDITQRS: Barb Chadwick SENIOR EDITORS: jessica Tice and Mary Ann Hostetter. and Aubrey Shenk. Ml 4:5 sz . ,X , Nl x. X V: Ah. 4 Q N W :S , X .le 6 4: 1966 CORINOMA STAFF ' s 7' gg-J if A All -12 5 5 x. L. f' ba f'7 gf vntp if ' P i 3, 4, 1 - is 4, Y P x -i'-AA--5'-J L5 PHOTOGR API-IY EDITOR: Claire W atson. FEATURE STAFF: Ingrid Bretzius, Donna Lasch, Vicki Wengert, Barbara Miner, ' 'J Q Jane , Finkbiner, . m v missing " ' x .. E, agp KP? . -vm' N- 'Q Bonnie I H H ,E I ,tx +"- k Work C ontibute to Success 0 1966 Corinoma -2 S- :MSNL ,f Env LAYOUT STAFF: Debbie Hixon, Joyce Loy, Irma Lentz C athy Rohland. UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR: Rose Tavani. ' 9 l L Nl'A-mx ...L ART EDITOR: julie Maurer. 91 ' ' BOYS' OCTET: ROW 1: P. Meek, K. Kreamer. ROW 2: H. Brandt, G. Colvin, R. Doutzrich. ROW 3: L. Sheaf, H. I-Iabecker, J. Ensminger. Spring Concert Program Includes Choral Groups' Singing Famous GLEE CLUB: ROW 1: B. Bomgardner, J. Gerber, E. Krum, C. Ehrhart, K. Boeshore, K. Fake, J. Gingrich, I. Schwenk, C. Beard, L. Dinnison, R. Woolum. ROW 2: D. Wampler, H. Brandt, K. Weimer, C. Gingrich, I-1. Miller, K. Kreamer, J. Ensminger, P. Meck, D. Miller, R. Doutrich, J. Sollenberger, Mr. Lau, director. ROW 3: L. Sheaf, D. Thompson, D. Hem- perly, J. Reitz. 92 1 SENIOR CHORUS: ROW 1: J. Gerber, M. Long, E. Krum, C. Fox, C. Ehrhart, K. Boeshore, K. Fake, I. Ging- rich, J. Schwcnk, C. Beard, L. Dinnison, I. Kercher, R. Woolum, D. Fine. ROW 2: V. Imboden, M. Howell, T. Ellenberger, E. Loser, j. Killinger, D. Wampler, J. Reitz, C. Gingrich, K. Kreamer, J. Ensrninger, L. Early, P. Meck, D. Lasch, G. Hostetter, P. Heffner, J. Love, 1. Maurer, L. Horn, Mr. Lau. ROW 3: J. Han- lon, S. Stark, B. Forney, B. Baylor, S. Royer, C. Nissley, D. DeLong, K. Weimer, H. Brandt, R. Doutrich, D. Miller, T. Gingrich, H. Miller, B. Keller, S. Horn, P. Boyer, I. Long, L. Brandt, M. McCorkle, M. Weaver, B. Bomgardner. ROW 4: F. Sattazahn, 1. Finkbiner, I. Tice, V. Wengert, A. Estep, N. Heeter, J. Rudy, W. Stover, D. Kauffman, R. Rademacher, R. Brandt, G. Him, G. Colvin, R. Hartman, M. Zeck, T. Waltz, R. Dcngler, J. Karsnitz, T. Ebright. ROW 5: G. Winters, L. Condran, L. Sheaf, D. Hemperly, D. Thompson, H. Habecker, I. Sollenberger, T. Smith, D. Zellers. Songs from Broadway Musicals , P ul' 93 TRUMPETS: ROW 1: J. Bowman G. Kline S. I-Ietrick M Bomgardner, T. Waltz, J. Heffner, D. Zellers. ROW 2: L I-Iemperly, E. Fernsler, J. Rudy, R. Hartman, C. Trombo, B. Albert, R. Wartluft R. Doutrich. ROW 3: G. Winters, G. Reigle, C. Kingsley, T. Smith, D. Miller, L Miller, D. McDonaldson Despite numerous committments that the band had to fulfill throughout the school year, it spent endless hours of practice in preparation for the Eighteenth Annual Spring Band Concert. During the program, guest conductors, Mr. William Cagnoli and Mr. Robert Lau, as Well as band officers, shared the band's directing with Mr. William Lemon. Variety was the key- note of the program which included well-known American marches, numerous folk songs, an Oriental selection, songs taken from motion pictures scores, and a jazzy arrangement featur- ing three outstanding trurnpeteers, Gary Winters, Ed Fernsler, and John Rudy. Needless to say, our excellent musicians' playing such a fine array of musical selections made the concert a success . Mr. William Lemon, Band Director. K . ., 4 , F riff Q Q Varied Musical Scores PERCUSSION: ROW 1: B. Lenin, B. Granger, A. Achey, R. Grby. ROW 2: M. R. Dengler, L. Sheaf. ROW 3: T. T. Peiffer. Vanovich, Schaeffer ': 11 I 1 i 3 a Gm 4:6 P ...4 - Fd' , ' Liiiisw--e-"' L H H "' M N. v ' inf.,-., , ... 1965-'66 ANNVILLE-CLEONA HIGH SCHOOL BAND Highlight Annual Spring Concert BAND FRONT: ROW 1: F. Laurer, M. Rubcr, I. Maurer. ROW 2: L. Dinnison, P. Lasch. ROW 3: M. Bixler, A. Berry. ROW 4: E. Sohl- man, C. Nissley. ROW 5: R. Woolum, C. Mease. ROW 6: C. Fox, D. Fleer. ROW 7: S. Lentz. BRASS: ROW 1: H. Miller, J. Shuey, L. Hower, J. Ens- minger, B. Ebersole. ROW 2: L. Miller, K. Zeiders, K. Weimer, F. Custer, G. Ruth, M. Campbell, E. Wolfe. ROW 3: K. Kreamer, W. Stover, P. Meek, J. Sollenberger, L. Winters, J. DeLong, R. Rowe. 95 FLUTES AND SAXOPI-IONES: ROW 1: D. Fine, L. Horn, P, Kline, F. Sattazahn. ROW 2: D. Lasch, S. I-Iorn, C. Ehrhart, E. Stine, S. Smith, I. Gingrich. ROW 3: C. Weimer, I. Loy, D. Daubert, L. Schwalm, C. Miller, D. Kauffman, K. Fake, C. Watson, P. Goodman. ROW 4: C. Luttman, M. Long, 1. Colvin, T. Ebersole, I. Bryce, R. Hicks, J. Boger, K. Rohland. Instrumental Groups Continue CLARINETS: ROW 1: 1. Killinger, K. Sudbury, M. Howell, T. Ellenberger, B. Keller, C. Rohland, T. Sweigart. ROW 2:13. Watson, J. Finkbiner, S. Stark, N. Heeter, D. Thompson, R. Smith, C. Whitman, J. Kercher. ROW 3: S. Royer, G. Colvin, I. Ens- mingcr, S. Shenk, D. Baldwin, L. Condran, J. Boyer, C. Comins, K. Boeshore. 96 CLARINET CHOIR: ROW 1: C. Rohland, J. Kercher, J. Finkbiner, T. Ellenberger. ROW 2: K. Boeshore, S. Stark, R. Smith, N. I-Ieeter, C. Whitman. ROW 3: G. Colvin, A. Shenk, D. Baldwin, L. Condran, J. Ens- minger. AC is Fine Musical Tradition BRASS CHOIR: ROW 1: J. Ensminger, P. Meek, L. Hower, L. Winters, J. Sollenberger. ROW 2: H. Miller, F. Custer, K. Weimar, L. Miller, G. Ruth, W. Stover. ROW 3: E. Fernsler, G. Winters, B. Hartman, K. Kreamer, T. Waltz, T. Smith, j. Rudy. AC Band is seen hard at work in preparation for the Christ- mas Program. WIND ENSEIVIBLE: ROW 1: A. Shenk, D. Baldwin, R. Smith, D. Forwood, P. Goodman, I. Gingrich, C. Weimer, D. Lasch, D. Fine, L. Horn, C. Ehrhart. ROW 2: N. Heeter, C. Whitman, S. Stark, T. Ellenberger, G. Colvin, L. Condran, J. Kercher, C. Rohland, J. Finkbiner, K. Rohland, J. Ensminger, J. Loy, I. Colvin, J. Bryce, T. Ebersole. ROW 3: J. Ensminger, P. Meck, L. Hower, I. Sollenberger, K. Weimer, G. Ruth, L. Wolfe, F. Custer, G. Winters, E. Fernsler, R. Hartman, T. Waltz, J. Rudy, T. Smith, W. Stover, H. Miller. ROW 4: A. Achey, T. Peiffer, M. Vanovich, R. Dengler, K. Kreamer, W. Sholly, Mr. Lemon. Music Groups Per orm Well SENIOR DANCE BAND: ROW 1: A. Shenk, J. Sollenberger, R. Dengler, T. Peiffer. ROW 2: C. Luttman K. Rohland, D. Kauffman, J. Boger, J. Zearfoss, T. Ellenberger, G. Colvin, J. Colvin, I. Ensminger. ROW 3: K. Weimer, G. Ruth, L. Miller, F. Custer, R. Harner. ROW 4: Mr. Lemon, T. Waltz, T. Smith, C. Winters, E. Fernsler, J. Rudy, R. Hartman, K. Kreamer. 3 vi 98 SENIOR TRI-I-II-Y: ROW 1: V. Fine, S. Shuey, C. Beard, B. Chadwick, M. Zimmerman, S. Granger, P. Heffner. ROW 2: S. Lentz, N. Yeagley, R. Tavani, B. Bomgardner, D. Kelly, S. Wildasin, S. Dull, S. Peters, S. Cooper, B. Baylor. ROW 3: J. Rice, P. Herr, D. Fleer, I. Elliot, R. Woolum, E. Loser, L. Loose, S. Kreamer, P. McConnell, C. Mcse, S. Uhrich. ROW 4: B. Miller, S. Bainbridge, K. Pyles, E. Krum, I. Tice, M. Hostetter, N. Sanderson, A. DiEnno, V. Wengert, A. Estep, L. Blouch. Tri-Hi-Y Clubs Active in Community SOPHOMORE TRI-I-II-Y: ROW 1: J. Hixson, S. Long, B. Funk, J. Long, K. Pel- lf-2gri431,g,gf.lv-eS2194fs2lY-i:1Q1z1if GY :RQlAif2? ?l!9"'FTf P' Sevf GYEEFE-Axk'5nf?.Q??, Alfie- guinto 1Strlij3hhrA45'iRQW 3 : V- Imbf3i3S?fff,2,B5i B- Fake, E. Dil- lard, S. Bligrtch, ,.f' ' S.-,'jPfaut2. ROW 4: Mrs'x,j,.R18IU,i,"' advisor: D. DeLong, Ii: Kljtiger, C. Wartluft, I. Foll-Q G. Kline, S. Bowman, I. l'Ma1-tin, J. Hanlon. 99 SENIOR I-II-Y: ROW 1: J. Karsnitz, P. Blantz, B. Kruger, C. Gardner, B. Dohner. ROW 2: Mr,mK,ish, advisor: D. Bowman, T. Keller, B. Watts, R. Stegall, G. I-Ieilman, J. Beyerle, I. Uhrieh, G. Emliich, R. Nissley. ROW 3: C. Tobias, A. Miller, W. Chadwick, I. Reitz, R. Rademacher, S. Browningf Af. Haak, A. Vfartluft, E. Barry, R. Pellegrini,-M. Fake. ' A ' Clubs Assist Students to mf?" :1.7:L.,.. L ' , 11. Xvmfw -'-':'.'.yr.- ,w.',-s5f3SL5?7:f5.g1' pf, ,fa?E5f'+ff"' RRK' i 1 S- if EYKT: ls irTYTfi3T','f11'ii5f'. r' OF AMERICA: ROW 1: C. Whitman, I. Lentz, E. I-Ieagy, L. Schwalm, S. Dull. ROW 9' an1,.f-fSf.,,gIg'i.1ch, P. Herr, L. Blanch, N. Sanderson, S. Shuey, D. Fleer. ROW 3: C. Herr, C. Sey- f'v 'HQQDLLEQ D.,g:f?1j,?H1tz, R. Smith, D. Shultz, S. Bainbridge, K. Pyles. ROW 4: Mrs. Hixon, advisor, V. 2' l Fix Stine, L. Hipp, G. Garrison, P. Berry, G. I-Iostetter, S. Smith, J. Love, I. Zimmerman, S. dfey, S.'Uhrich, N. Yeagley, S. Heverling. Q xxx 1 T 100 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: ROW 1: H. Weaver, H. Sauder, E. Hostetter, B. Sellers, D. Layser, W. Finlcbiner. ROW 2: Mr. Boyer, advisorg G. Heagy, L. Layser, C. Ungemach, C. Bomgardner, D. Wampler, S. Bucher, K. Sellers, G. Hitz, E. Heagy, K. Mase. ROW 3: L. Hemperly, C. Martin, N. Graby, F. Martin, N. Ebersole. Achieve Success in Later Li e Ken and Stanley help to sell ice cream during Field Day. 43155-X Wftilfxsf' AC gffagigragg 'f1:ifj'Q3Q1, M QP ,ated Fi, reg, ESQ faxgglslx rgdfenzibe A- Lg arggstan 1es?jBuG1qgg:dr5Nfk.eB0i'5, diem -adv1s4 , , wgglocjlcxv 6'rr'f 1x,'2.1CH :li if x lxxbyl 45.4 vk X 1 101 Development of Student Interest .f, ' ., '- ' 'V' H fr.: ,f-V---4 ,f-.W-5, R-'VW' V--1 Fituiifffidrilfilirxsftiliaita AM" cA?f.TSl'fW D IG: M Wmkpar Lg? j , BJwwvMv11'eH,t D . Kylie, JU3itZMF'iB5i:EG - fm efiiw. ,:.lQ9oSim al!-iff J.5!':Hgffn6ffNx SE.f'I'ElD:l.PQ . Di Kell YE. Lt. , A M ,Ya V. 1118 its Q, tiff is 1 N HH qu., fad , . F I HJ- I, - V- 1: a ,. -f " .4 11- wx ., 1,52-',-.. , 3 1, W'-.LIL ,"' if Lf-,I FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA: ROW 1: L':f1iiifsser, M.35g12pg,ve5,! L. Hom, c. Whitman, V. Wengerf, J. Sauder, G. I-Iostetter, S. Wi1dasixg,,,.RQuN23D'i D. Rasp, M. McCork1e, L. Poorman, J. Loy, J. Schwenk, N. I-Ieeter, D"?'RStri.ugghar, J. KreidQQufQfs"jQVatson, C. Rohland, P. Shank, J. Hixson, T. Ellenberger, K. Kerkeslaser, Miss KEEHE1,-Q.r?.fiViSOP. SVT! LIBRARY CLUB! COUNTER CLOCKWISE: R. Boger, B. Shuey, S. Hetrick, A. Breidenstine, L Kreider, D. Kless, K. Ragguinto, E. Sohlman, J. Plasterer, Mrs. Moyer, advisor, L. Snyder, L Risser, B. Meily, K. Gress, B. Chadwick, C. Poorman, L. Poorman, S. Young, S. Miller, V Sprecher, C. Fuhrman, 'SQ Smith, E. Cooper, D. Bomgardner, J. Schoomaker, L. Reigert, G Mase . C . Eckenrode ., in Future Vocations Is Aim of Many School rganizations CHEMISTRY' CLUB: Q1efs,fj. Grief, R. Ecdfoper, RF. Bitimdt, L .3 CQ1'1d1'?g7-fl-ti ' 'Ra'demac11'er, CI. ross 2giv1so1'.,...I. A ,V ff. K1-eider, D.. Zel- Solllegglierger, J. I' N X 1 N SENIOR GYM LEADERS: ROW 1: J. Long, S. Shuey, A. Achey, B. Weaver E. Loser, F. Sattazahn. ROW 2: M. Bixler, S. Pfautz, R. Dillard, B. Fake, P. McConnell, S. Stark, S. Wildasin. ROW 3: D. Thompson, C. Comins, B. Keller, S. Peters, S. Kreamer, P. Lasch. ROW 4: S. Lingle, L. Kruger, N. Heeter, B. Chadwick, J. Gingrich. Service Organizations Hein LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: ROW 1: Mrs. Moyer, advisorg L. Poorman, L. Partridge, S. Blauch, G. Herr, S. Schoo- maker, E. Krum, P. Boyer, E. Sohlman, M. Rohrer, L. Beard, L. Reigert, B. Long, S. Irwin, D. Wartluft, R. Lauer, D. Dunxnoyer, N. Vanovich, A. Achey. ROW 2:L. Risser, G. Mase, J. Long, R. Dillard, C. Zimmer- man, L. Kreider, S. Smith, L. Hipp, D. Rasp, B. Chadwick, K. Kerkeslager, E. Bomgardner, S. Smith, R. Howell, J. Wethington, K. Ragguinto, M. Estep, D. Burke. ROW 3: J. Sauder, I. Kreider, B. Shuey, J. Schaf- fer, P. Herr, D. Kless, C. Poorman, K. I-Iemperly, C. Fuhrman, P. Kreiser, K. Gress, E. Cooper, S. Miller, D. Lentz, J. Shenk, L. Snyder, S. Boltz, C. Halsell, ROW 4: S. Hetrick, G. Spannarh, A. Stover, D. Books, M. Hitz, S. Tobias, B. Meily, S. Young, A. Breidenstine, C. Devereaux, L. Estep, P. Hauer, R. Boger, V. Sprecher, J. Plasterer. 104 School to Run Smoothbf --1 5, - Y .ff 1 STAGE CREW: ROW 1: Mr. Etchberger, advisor, W. Bick- leman, D. Bowman, P. Blantz, R. Fuhrman, W. Finkbiner, S. Browning. ROW 2: D. Bow- man, G. Yake, R. Pelligrini, W. Whistler, D. Forwood, D. Diamond. HALL PATROL: ROW 1: C. Miller, K. Sel- lers, G. Boyer, B. Kruger, A. Shenk, T. Keller, J. Beyerle, W. Tshudy. ROW 2: B. Albert, L. Miller, R. Henning, G. Heilman, M. Fry, I. Rudy, D. Hoover, O. Wethington H. Brandt. ROW 3: G. Hitz, N. Graby, R. Klopp, J. Karsnitz, G. Ruth, E. Fernsler, T. Smitih, J. Uhrich, J. Reitz, W. Sholly, G. Embich, H. Habecker, L. Sheaf. PROJECTIONISTS: ROW 1: R. Achey, C. Miller, R. Houser, J. Fake, D. Yeagley, R. Rowe, G. Fansler, R. Reigle. ROW 2: Mr. Swingholm, advisor, I. Beare, D. Weaber, R. Miller, P. Kline, D. Stoner, E. Horst, N. Graby, R. Traut- man, B. Coleman, M. Guildoo, S. Bucher. AC Students Participate Enthusiasticalbf in Many, Varied School Activities. ,.. 4 ' ..f-' 1, - jf- -.,,sa, ' - ' 1 4 'fi 1- 1 -. 4 55:5 , - - - ff N' if 7-- Fi Le- ' . "' ff' ' S-1' A V 4,5 1 ,' f ',"- f Y Q pi 4,151-'kj 4' . F V I ' 1, wg 'Wv-- .fa 'v FRN - 4' Ew rie,-'L-J. "5 'J' 054' ws" , ga- -:,..1' .,-,'2'--t""'j,.- Q . 1:-- .x g Seniors Win Field Day, Suecessfulbf Sponsored by Numerous School Organizations 'BE QI 'P f--L :ll 53 -5 , nf .11 Student Council Sponsors '1 JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: V. Miller, I. Granger, D. Snyder, I. Loose, G. Wolfe, C. Tobias,C. Karsnitz, P. Wilds, Mrs. DeHart, D. Gerber, S. Tom, 1. Fisher, R. Marquette, P. Boger, G. Light, C. I-Iouser, D . Peters . Cathy Nissley and Greg Colvin hand over their crowns to the new king and queen. T -'A 108 Annual i-9 tux S- : 0 6- ' KING AND QUEEN: Bob Wentling and Anita Stover. ing ana' Queen 0 Hearts, Dance KING AND QUEEN OB HEARTS' COURT: ROW 1: Donna Booksg Cindy I-Iouser, princessg Peggy Wilds, Gloua Wolfe ROW 2: Dean Krugerg Daryl Gerber, princeg Cathy Nissleyg Bob Wentling, king Anita Stover, quceng Greg Colving jeff Dohnerg jeff Tice. 4 .o L JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY Junior H i gh Clubs JUNIOR I-HGH HI -Y w 110 - i Facilitate Members in Character Development tg t E 71 V Q NP Nix- ' . M48 JUNIOR HIGH FUTURE HOMEMAKERS' OF AMERICA 1 Student Interest Clubs Causes JUNIOR HIGH FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 112 H,-In in Vocational and Hobby cz Decline in Dropouts SPORT SMAN S CL -A Af--! -....J.Q,,...l...- qT? 4 " Z. JUNIOR HIGH AND Junior High Musical Groups 9 I W HNF IEE- WWW ? 1 . I Give Fine Pelformances JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS 115 5 f79iQ5' .i-1 'Ir ' -- N-1, my xi , 'ei GROSS-COUNTRY TEAM: ROW 1: A. Shenk, G. Colvin, I. Colvin, H. Habecker, G. Embich, O. Wethington. ROW 2: D. Weidler, W. Wampler, J. Shenk, G. Walborn, M. Campbell. ROW 3: L. Sheaf, M. Fansler, D. Gerber, S. Hostetter, I. Witmer, T. Smith. ROW 4: H. Miller, T. Gingrich, J. Winters, H. Rasp, K. Wengert. Little Dutchman Runners Coach Gerber discusses strategy with seniors: Merv Fansler, Aubrey Shenk, and Gary Embich. The cameraman catches the chaos involved in the start of a cross-country race. 4 118 ra., D r V After many weeks of hard 'TP S 'lm practice, the AC Cross-Country 0'-""4 Team was disappointed over an inability to beat the Lower Dauphin harrierjsa in dual meets Having fsufferedl its only defeats at the hands of theFalconsf, the Little Dutchmenl, gained revenge in the Daufgiliiiji-Lebanoii County League Meet. Wlriere ,AC ' s team balance prevaifledfoyer the out- classed Falcons. 'Soon alter this success, Iourfrunnersfinished a close third in the finest Class B, District Three, Cross- Country Meet ever run. In this meet only jim Colvin, AC's best runner, qualified for the State Meet. Next year there is optimism that the results will be better since only three members of this year's team are seniors . Capture League M eet LEAGUE MEET CHAMPS: ROW 1: J. Colvin, H. Habecker C. Colvin, A. Shenk. ROW 2: M. Campbell, D. Weid- ler, Coach Gerber, C. Embich, O. Wethington. SCORES AC OPP. 26 CD East 29 18 Middletown 40 17 Elco 47 32 Lower Dauphin 24 16 Hershey 41 15 Palmyra 52 21 Middletown 38 17 Conrad Weiser 46 15 Elco 52 34 Lower Dauphin 21 21 Hershey 36 16 Palmyra 49 22 Wilson 33 LEAGUE MEET lst AC DISTRICT THREE MEET lst Exeter, 3rd AC. After roughly SOO yards, jim Colvin leads the pack up the steepest part of the AC course. Note that the first six runners are Little Dutchman. Picture Sequence Shows I l Team Running Against Elco on AC Course 120 1 At the 1000 yard mark, Aubrey and Gary face a long trip 1 around the school and back to the discus circle. Appearing quite fresh , Greg rounds the flag mark- ing three -fifths of the way "home. " Cross- Country jim Colvin crosses the fimish line as he notches another first for ACI-IS. l. '15 11' , 'fa ., V' JQF' 1965 A-CHS FOOTBALL TEAM One of the big firsts at AC during the l965- 66 school year was the appearance of the first Little Dutchrnen Football Team in history. Although not a varsity sport this year or next, the football team will Compete on a varsity level in the CAC during the fall of 1967. FOOTBALL COACHES: Mr. Etchberger, Mr Camber, Mr. Cloudy. ' A-C Begins Football Program Despite not having played an official schedule, our first football team displays great enthusiasm they learn football fundamentals in preparation for future years. 121 SOCCER TEAM ROW 1 W Stovel, R Craby R Shay T Waltz, M. Fry, 1. Fernsler. ROW 2: A. Wart- luft R Dengler I Uhrich A Schaffner, A Millci I Rictz, B. Kruger, E. Feriisler, C. Hellman, J. Soccer Team Battles to cz Tie With seniors providing the leader ship, A-C hustled to a second-place tie in the County. Because of A-C's overall team speed and strength, even defending County Champion Elco had a difficult time defeating the Little Dutchmen booters. Un- doubtedly, the athletic prowess of the many graduating seniors from the soccer team will leave a big void to be filled next year by up- coming underclassrnen. ,.- :iv .L ' I' 44, , nt? X ly., yt J, I , c -w - --,- Qi , 4 , 5- YQWK - 'Y 7'-"Mg" Get off my back! No! No! My legs are mcex than youls 0 Second Place ln County League SCORES Egg hunt anyone? OPP. Tulpehocken 5 Lancaster 6 Cedar Crest 3 Elco 5 Norlebco 0 Cedar Crest 2 Elco 2 Norlebco O Cedar Crest 1 E100 3 Norlebco l as ' --an ' V t Y' ...--be-5 X 4 L 1 , -r: -- - f . , -' 1, .. 1 1 . A 5' ' ' ' x t- -41 CV' 'ef at km Coaches Elaine Hulshizer and Darlene Decker with manag- ers Susan Hetrick, Carole Ehrhart, and Dianne Struphar. Try as they may, the opposing team cannot stop due Dutch- girls. FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: ROW 1: B. Chadwick, A. Estep, P. McConnell, F. Sattazahn, S. Wildasin, B. Weaver, S. Stark, N. Heeter. ROW 2: M. Reist, L. Dinnison, G. Wolfe, R. Dillard, P. BaLu'n, D. Graham, E. Loser, P. Heffner, J. Long, S. Cooper, B. J. Shaddock. ROW 3: C. Comins, S. Funk, S. Bainbridge, J. Schmalzer, P. Matala, S. Bowman, B. Keller, M. Bixler, D. Light. Field Hockey A1 SCORES -C OPP. l Cedar Crest 5- 1 O Elco w 3 1 Norlebco l 3 Cedar Crest J 2 l Elco .S l 2 Norlebco O 4 1 Faye dribbles the ball away from a Norlebco opponent as she tries to notch another goal. The line rushes toward the goal in an attempt to Score. Teams Continue Improvement Sticks clash and balls go sailing as the A-C Dutchgirls fight with deter- mination and skill in hopes of winning e hockey championship. Long, hard practices and team spirit make it for the girls to have a success season. The departure of the eight seniors on the team will be felt. The record of the junior varsity team, , shows that the calibre of will continue to improve. 3E Take SCORES AC OPP. 32 Hamburg 53 73 L . Dauphin 55 Palmyra 58 Palmyra 44 M . Hershey 64 Hershey 30 Susq. 53 Alumni S6 B. McDevitt 39 M-town 61 C. Crest 69 Redland 60 Norlebco 81 Elco 79 C. Crest 56 Redland 61 C. Crest 56 Norlebco 50 Norlebco 52 Elco 63 Elco 43 Warwick QD ist . 3 playoffj the lid Off the basket! An elbow in the "chops" never hurt anyone! Basketball Team Finishes Secon 'f -3- Q5 5 K Contrary to what a mediocre seasonal record in basketball usually suggests, this year's-Little Dutchmen continued to hustletno matter how great the adver- sity. Because theiunderclassimen- dominated team -ffl four .starters were sophomores or juniors -- made such great progress by the end of the sea- son, indications are that A-C's initial basketball venture intoathe CAC next year should be a successful one. Coach Etchberger poses with his two seniors, Brian Kruger and Ken Miller. Think of itg all of this antagonism just to put an air-filled piece of leather through a peach basket! U'-C' Ifl don't get the bail this time, I'l1 quit! Taking turns would be much fairer. in Final Year of County League VARSITY BASKETBALL: ROW 1: T. Waltz, B. Kruger, W. Boger, H. I-Iabecker R Rademacher K Miller A. Miller, G. Ruth, K. Hcmpcrly, R. Henning, T. Keller. ROW 2: K. Rohlaxid, F. Etchherier, coahhg J. Karsnitz, mgr. ' N - EXC . Q I Varsity Cheerleaders and Basketball Band combine to lead ACI-IS fans in cheering. Volleyball anyone ? ?? B-ball Band and Cheerleaders It's amazing how popular a person can Quit stuffing the ball in my faceg the basket's become in such a short time. over there. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: B. Baylor, B. Granger, S . Kream cr, A. 5ADiE1mo, P . gldsch, S. Pdtcrs. i I J 1 Stczunchbf Support Team 'S arts IR. HIGH CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: B. Granger, D. Wartluft, A. Stover. ROW 2: R. Lauer, P. Boger, J. Loose, M. Windle. JV CHEERLEADERS: ROW 1: M. How- ell, A. Achey, L. Snyder. ROW 2: L. Horn, F. Lauer, B. Keller. . 4 4 IV BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW 1: K. Albright, B. Watts, C. Miller, T. Keller, M. Zeckh D. Bowman W Boger. ROW 2: Mr. Camber, coachg B. Albert, managerg K. I-Iemperly, R. Stegall, K. Adey, W. Chadwlck C. Sheetz, L. Miller, F. Wampler, managers. JVS Win County T itle AC 42 36 48 46 38 Hamburg L. Dauphin Palmyra Palmyra MHS SCORES Hershey Sus. Twp. C. Crest Redland Norlebco Elco C. Crest Redland C. Crest Norlebco Norlebco 22 Watch the elbow, Mac! Elco Elco Let go of my foot you duty player' ' Could it be the "missing link" that's attacking "Burrhead, " quit trying to chin yourself on that basketball' r. High Caps Fine Season "Chceks"? AC OPP. 57 Harding 62 36 Houck 52 44 MHS 39 35 MHS 42 32 Harding 66 SCORES AC OPP. 41 Palmyra 31 45 Norlebco 31 34 E -town 21 37 C. Crest 40 40 Palmyra 30 AC OPP 50 Norlebco 20 48 Palmyra 32 46 Norlebco 31 41 C. Crest 44 58 C. Crest 47 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW 1: L. Keller, K. Berry, R. Nickliss, W. Kline, M. Habecker C. Keller, C. Karsnitz, R. Stark, R. Books, R. Smith. ROW 2: R. Crawford, T. Seltzer, managers J. Fisher, D. Kruger, R. Baylor, J. Shenk, J. Dohner, R. Wentling, F. Diebus, R. Marquette, D. Cer ber, S. Gingrich, J. Winters, B. Dupler, J. Fernsler, managersg Mr. Haines, coach. 32 MANAGERS: S. Cooper, Dx Graham, P. Goodman GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM ROW 1 B Chadwick N Heeter, B Weaver ROW2 M Riest, L Dmmson J Long S Pfautz C Tienter S Boyer ROW3 R Dillard 5' C. Comms, L. Kruger, D. Struphar, J. Schmalzer, D. Light. ."1"F Dutch girls Reign On their way toitheirp second successive County Ghampliqhshigi theea-C Dutchgirls, led by experienced sheniorsfa:-nd promising underclassrnen, iygluooeSsfkiiillyifgiefeated all opposition .QViTearni4,5piriLi'and driiive were a determining faoto1iQlliTn',J:l1Q,DruL.oiE1gir1S' success. additiqhmtzo winning the County Championsliipwfthedfzg teak detpfated Lower Dauphin, WhowlaterWgwonY,ltlge"'Harrisburg Area League. Tdhdiisi friv lA" Dutchgirls proved they are the best in the area. Palm reading anyone ??! .' . V ,.f1i'j'5i.,?mx.. ,. 1 ...ar - L- 23 -' - as Undefeated Champs Seniors: Barbara Chadwick, Bar- bara Weaver, and Norma'I-Ieeterg confer with Coach Decker before game time. 'fr-5' ' -ra, . 5, - "' Ng - ., , '-A -.,, 5 54 :RIM fA.1,igK',gQ2 7-L., W. . I A. ., 'f,,gkj?,1'f?1-41. :Jaw ' 4 'fir'-.-Z ' J". ' -2757" ' ' an - 'i',"'fs"w1 .1 -. '. r.. -.. we-51: ' . , ' - 'Pr-... I ' ' ' ' Pie practice warmups can as fy A T .- fq' .fi-5 'Vi " ' WTP ,J -ali". be fun if enou h "lOkers" mi X ., i- v ' wh Q U.. ' Q-i , g W, , .11 adv are around , f 'ff Q-ew ..-1 -- :Q ei 1 , , : , r -fran ' A' L7 V .imrgi 7 W , ' --5 ' , . -In a ,5 -M: .TIN E f f V .Si .-- I ' .- - .5 'ng . L ,. '1?"5??' s. s 'ge M .'--' '- A , W 3, V. 'Q--.lgigagf . -r ' 5:65. . . a f.. , 'fpzz,-wwf-gfgrfg 1, , , 1. , -w R IJ 'Inu vc' if, Ronald Shay, lone senior on the team, talks "shop" with Coach Snyder. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Not being accustomed to losing ways, ACHS fans were taken aback at the baseball team's record. A careful examination of the statistics, however, reveals that seldom has such a good team run into such misfortune. Anytime even an under- classmen-dominated team loses five out of five league games by one run, fate must seem to have been on the side of the opposition. Despite its losing record, the team continued to exhibit the combination of good sportsmanship and spirit that is so important in inter-scholastic athletics. I nexperience Costs ROW 1: R. Henning, R. Shay, J. Dohner, R . Dengler, 1. Beyerle, D. Bowman. ROW 2: J. Boyer, W. Chadwick, A. Miller, T. Ebright, G. Ruth, W. Stover. ROW 3: R. Hicks, mgrg Mr. Snyder, coachg K. Rohland, mgr. Baseball Team SCORES Milton i LowpfQDau15h1n2'a Eliiwbiifhtfiwn Q ff,?ovEgiffor Mifflin NEor1c5b'2g0X 4 Efxlco innsn. J PamKn1yfHp A Noiilgabco C8 inns Ceddf-.nlCre5t 1 ,, n PalmyrbkfllffQf'ffCfM '7 Elco C8 inns.D Cedar Crest U' Ed Fernsler and john Bryce represented ACI-IS in the PIAA State Track Meet in the triple jump and pole vault, respectively. After many hours of competition, john became ACHS's second State Champ, establishing a new state record in the process. ACI-IS entered CAC compe- tition with a bang as the track team captured the season championship. Known for its outstanding field events, the Little Dutchmen also showed good overall strength in the running events to go undefeated in dual meets. In special meets however, this year's record was not as good as in some former yearsg still, in no appearance did the team finish below fourth in Class B compe- tition. Although the graduation of many fine trackmen will leave big gaps to be filled, returning underclassmen, bol- stered by freshmen, should be able to follow in the footsteps of their predecessors in repeating as CAC champs. Little Dutchman Win CAC Crown SCORES QDUAL MEETSD AC 5. OPP. 121 C. Q.11:est,fff5ff1, 29 101 Eggnyvnf QQ Jyv 49 129 jf 21 lZQf555TU'SQil,eH61H'fT2Q'1 30 60 4? S1!1.HefS51besif11?l.'i?ir.2 70 7 11. Dagggiiggwi-11,E 33 81 M-busigl 2 513169 81 M-rowuii xpl 69 106 M. 244 119 Paiimiyragj if V31 123 NorlebcoVL""i'LA 22 121 Redland 29 TRACK SENIORS: ROW 1: M. Fansler, R. Cooper, M. Fry, J. DeLong, G. I-Ieilman ROW 22 E. Fernsler, J. Reitz, G. Embich, A. Shank J. Bryce, B. Kruger. 136 L 'ja 4 ff . A x -. 1-Y J ' I C x VARSITY TRACK: ROW 1: J. DeLong, W. Tshudy, R. Cooper, G. Colvin, M. Fry, T. Waltz, M. Zeck, E. Brightbill, K. Weimer, J. Shuey. ROW 2: Mr. Eshleman, coach, M. Fansler, R. Wartluft, G. Hitz, I. Rudy, G. Embich, I. Reitz, A, Shenk, B. Watts, J. Ensminger, Mr. Gerber, coach. ROW 3: Mr. Fureman, coach, D. Dissingcr, Mgr., j. Colvin, G. I-Ieilman, B. Kruger, L. Sheaf, T. Keller, D. Weidler, O. Wethington. ROW 4: H. Miller, nigiug T. Smith, J. Tom, 1. Behney, M. Campbell, R. Klopp, R. Brandt, K. Umberger, W. Sholly. ROW 5: J. Grier, 1ngr.3 J. Bryce, 1. Karsnitz, J. Sollenberger, K. Albright, E. Fernsler, C. To- bias, K. Adey, I-I. Habecker. in Initial Season of Competition SCORES QSPE CIAL MEETSJ Shippensburg Invitational lst Golurnbiag 3rd ACHS CCLBJ. Lebanon Relays lst B. Springsg 2nd ACHS CCLBD. lst Ctiej AGHS, Elco CCounty5. Cedar Cliff Relays lst ACHS Cllnofficial Cl .By CAC League Meet lst ftiel C. Valley, M-tovvng 3rd ACI-IS. PIAA DISTRICT 3 MEET lst B. Springsg 4th ACHS. Lebanon County Meet lst ACHS. Pictured below are just three of AC's many fine, young runners. In addition to Aubrey, Jim and Harold, other lettermen runners include Mike Fry, Gary Embich, Rick Wartluft, Olin Wethingtin, Greg Colvin, Dennis Weid- ler, Mike Campbell, Guy I-Iitz, jim Karsnitz, and Terry Waltz. Htl W II' l Qqllxlfrl , fair' 2 ,Qi l fic' ' I lhf D' 'wtf ' .L 4 . s 4 ."T"uffi f john Sollenberger fapproachj Brian Kruger fplantj in .-.-JE' Field Event Strength Hehas Unbeaten Seasonal Sequence shots show ACI-IS scoring punch in the pole vault, an event which we never failed to win during the season. In the process, John Bryce set new re- cords in the six special meets in which he competed. John Z XV' Bryce , ' " freleasej ' l" 4. Q 7' Ed Fernsler and Mike Zeck teamed together to form a formidable duo in the broad jump. In addition, Ed set a. school record in the triple jump, another strong AC field event. Despite a dismal ending, jim Karsnitz and Brian Kruger did much to help AC win the CAC title during the season. 'fin Bri an Krug er fcross ing J Ed F ernsler fapproachj 'Gln Mike Zeck Jim K2-fsnitz qmid-leapy Cappfoachb Cindermen to Armin Dual Meet Record l 1 Our shotputters, though meeting outstanding opposition, showed much overall improvement by the season's end. 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'iv lxgeimta 4 'nflfff "u'Ji'5j-'11' "WE A' LZ! ' S - ' ' ' .M 'W ee ' . f1'2"'a1:e2ee" 'ff ,if A is It -fe 3f'Jf'frQ5 Q! " plat ff '21 1.11, Ab 15: , g5g,ffg.'Q , ' ef-152'-F:-'e, ,Y 1'-1zg.'!:lff',1M:,'g,,. Af" " " " ' 1 N h 170. J v- :pid --,,-33" ' ., 13135 -. :. :MQ Lifvuii fm 11 -,L -',,..4f-Q3 "P51nf', ' W A Q,- 1, LsJr':', . s...l f Q. I X A l 'Q ' 'J w 5 K - ,yigrfl f- ,. ffl' ' l i n 'Vb' ,A x g N fbl, I--'emff.Ng?. l l'?f"? d 'Qi l w ' l b 1' l ' ' Q hi ',j,,,lk-l JR. HIGH TRACK: ROW 1: I. Kleinfelter, W. Wampler, G. Walborn, D. Wickes, K. Wengert, S. Hostetter, D. Gerber, 'N. Ebersole, J. Fernsler, I-I. Rasp, C. Karsnitz. ROW 2: R. Baylor, D. Steven, D. Risser, R. Marquette, J. I-lower, S. Keller, B. Wentling, S. Tom, I. Shenk, F. Die- bus, J. Fisher. ROW 3: L. Light, B. Dupler, R. Hitz, H. Nye, H. Schwalrn, S. Schaeffer, B. Kruger, R. Ebersole, C. Keller, C. Borges. ROW 4: Mr. Fureman, coachg D. Schuniacher, J. Newman, A. Hamm, G. Light, M. DeLong, R. Beyerle, B. Bryce, J. Brummer, W. Graby. ROW 5: Mr. Eshelman, coach, L. Herr, 1. Atkins, C. Brandt, R. Stark, C. Goodman, S. Royer, B. Books, L. Keller, D. Bomberger, K. Maulfair. Junior High T eam's Great Depth Gary Walborn, Sid I-lostetter, Henry Rasp, and Dave Wickes comprised one of several fine 440 and 880 relay corn- binations used during the season. As Coach Gerber has said repeatedly, "Our track meets are Won on the hill." Certainly, the jr. High Track Team's fine season can be attributed to the willingness of members to sacrifice themselves during the arduous hours of pre-meet conditioning. Although not possessing a super star, the forte of this year's team was a combination of great spirit and good overall ability, enabling it to lose but one dual meet during the season. In overwhelming County opposition, every Little Dutchman Won apoint, illustrating beyond a doubt the great team depth. ".d,-a-WW"VA' ,a QM, V fl, .' 0 4 ,A . , 1 v .. .rtt 1 . . . V-. ,.. . . . ., . . .. Jaffe.. 1-,.L,.l.r..v':'."'l'.,L,,,.a. ,.m,,fgfe,,.. ,rugged - , A ..,, , AVL, L- 1 -faaL.5,4a-A l- .1 Q11 . IL' 'R lk he l' 'f 'V T rf , , tg Piiiifffilir SCORES Igernsler to a AC OPP' new County and 90 C . Crest l Schogl JE-Sigh 88 E lco 1 2 fjftjfe Q20-yard 73 1X2 Susquehanna ss lf2 low hurdles. 54 Wilson 51 105 Elizabethtown 36 66 Middletown 80 Fritz Diebus headed the the best Jr. High shot- putting crew in AC history. Watching Fritz are Ken Maul- fair and Allen Gib- ble, two more out- standing shotputters. In addition, jim How- er and Bob Went- ling were missing when the picture was taken. Although -s I 'xii .4 ,Veg 1' ., V-4 A- rw '-ii' YQ. ' . E neg? V. - fr. --- - 3 : Y 5 -. 1-'mei ' l-4-J'-i'3'g-H2127 ra , :ue 4.11 41,531 E, 1 -as :FF 1' 4- - "'r'fi -' ' ff' 1 :Qi 1,-' RSI!-ff, 1 ' : ,- -'-" X., 'f-f."'-51 1-tg-jill-i'gffl'fg -dmv: , Mgm t - 11' --EA" - '1',-P95-IL. f'.25ifR '-'fn' "' T.. li'---:PV ' -'avail '-1? -K" - . ' fs.. . -1 .,'ii'v:f-9. -,fI'f'-33.-g,.gaq1 -' '. , x ---, ' 'van : 'mn-4 1: f 1-' ,,.g I Q ig, A " , .-,apr ,- li f - " 1 -V -1 ' 1, 1. " , 1',"7 1. - - V x, . .- 2, g -1 -. w,. ' F5 1: ' .3 -1- 1 flex 3 . - P, V I . . J V Aia,. I . - Fritz set a new school , record of 51' 1 1f2", . Q--i..J . 21.-ff ' , .' 4. A i 1 Allen, Jim, and Bob ,,gfQmji'l-f3L'5"' -1-5 'A ' 1 also bettered the A record. ' li 85 314 Milton Hershey 9 U4 85 Palmyra 10 66 Norlebco 25 69 9fl0Elco 33 Norlebco 21 lfl0 LEBANON COUNTY MEET AC 71 U2 Norlebco 38 U2 Elco 29 C. Crest ll Overwhelms County pposition Daryl Gerber, holder of the Jr. High record of 10' O" in the pole vault, will be counted on heavily to team with john Sollenberger on next year's varsity. xx 1, K. For the first year a girls' track team rep- resented ACHS in compe- tition. Despite not having practiced on much more than an intramural basis, the girls did quite well in the Cedar Cliff Relays as they finished second in the Sprint Medley Relay. Although only a start, it is hoped that enthusiasm will cause the formation of an official ACHS Girls' Track Team . 141 GIRLS' RELAY TEAM: ROW 1: D. Wartluft, E. Tshudy, F. Sat- tazahn, S. Stark. ROW 2: D. Thompson, S. Young, C. Swing- holm, B. Rott. 'L gig . 'f fl Lf-.N 1 'ff .,4,, L ex-. , Nfx 0 , f. Hershey ' ,"X,V" -' it Conrad Weisggpfggg E100 1 hg.: Tulpe Conrggliweiser E lclqgj 'lfulbghocken Senzors During pre -match meetlng, Coach Hulshizer gives pairings to team members. 14 e r 2 57 ' , I EF : 3 - 2 N . ' X ,n . ,tg .... .ao Yee. 1 . ..,. .,7. , .., I . ,,, 1 . , ,.-gr...,,,,,. ..,..- .....- e - ..,....,+...-4-.- - .- .... -..-..- . .. f-.-...Jt.1--1.-Q-1. ..... .....-a.-4-n,4.4, ,. ..., .. .. -. .,.,..g-., ., ...... ...- '4Yvl-..L ... . , 1... . 4 '+-f- ... - .. . . Q... .,..Q..Q44 , , . . .... Y....1. A.L.g.L,., ' .... A--', V V4-4-wi-1 ..,.,.... 4, .. . ..5.- '. .., 7- ,54.y,l,. ,....-.,...o!..,--- 1 g-......... ..,,,..... ,, .,. .e,.....-.f-...-LkL'g""Y--s-1-S-A-al, .,,,,...- ,,,, .... 1. 1...-V..-V--g3.L,. V-'--+---9,-'L..,...,g - - - ' ' " ' - - 5 f -'s - A -'?'f.g'V " 7 ' ' ' ' -,'13.'-T3 SENIORS: S. Stark, F. Sattazahn, B. Weaver, B. Chadwick. Dominate Tennis Team E- LEFT: "What do you mean close ones count one -half point ?" RIGHT: Who's the wise guy that glued the ball to the tree limb? It's probably the same joker who sawed Barb's racket in half. 143 f Ze ' ' ' ' . v'a can' fa. '27 ev ,fs 5 I LJ funn' 1, Seniors Bid Farewell As the dawn of tomorrow nears, we realize that we shall miss the yester- days. Although we are eager to see what the future may bring, we cannot help remembering both the tears and the laughter We have shared as mem- bers of the Class of 1966. We are glad that, after twelve years in school, we can finally be on our owng we are grateful that, as mature citizens We can contribute something to the nation that has already given us so muchg we are thankful for the thought- ful guidance we have been giveng and We are proud to have graduated from Annville-Cleona High School. 144 IG? up L f 3' ga ? F ' QU M M' 3 5 bk rv b 1 N with Mixed Emotzons At the same time, we regret that we will never a ain walk in these halls sit g , in these classrooms, cheer for our athletic teams, or enjoy the good com- radeship of our classmates. Although memories will linger for many years in the minds of each of us, even memories cannot replace the close friendships cultivated throughout our school years. Thus, upon gradua- tion, we are filled with both happiness and a nostalgic sadness. -" I sf Patrons PATRONS " GGLD Anville Dress, Inc. Anville Sheet Metal Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Baldwin Barbara's Beauty Shop Beard's Food Market Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Bomgardner Donald "Tony" Books, Contractor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowman W. W. Brubaker, M.D. Cleona Restaurant William C. Condran, Realtor' Davis Pharmacy Edward Don 81 Company I. M. Engle CO. Harry W. Fisher, Realtor Hauck Manufacturing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heeter L. B. Herr K Co. Mr. Herman W. Hoover Hostetter's Surge Sales 81 Service Kay's Beauty Salon Kettering's Sporting Goods Mr. And Mrs. Harlin Kinney Mr. john Kisk Krall Battery 81 Ignition Co. Kreamer Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Kreider Mr. and Mrs. David Kruger Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lasch Mr. Neil F . Layser Lebanon Valley National Bank -- Annville Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lentz Long Apartments I. M. Long Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller Palm Press Rev. and Mrs. Price Richard Rohland Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Philip I. Schneider Frederick R. Shenk -- Lee V. Seibert I. DeWolf Silberman, M.D. Smith's New Si Used Furniture Mr. and Mrs. George Snavely Stoner Beverage Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struphar Super 15 Hamburgers The Tices William C. Uhler Studios, Photography Robert A. Uhrich, D.D.S. Viozzi's Food Market Walborn gl Boyer Body Shop Wengert's Dairy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wengert Don Wilt Mark Wolf's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zimmerman PATRONS -- SILVER Agway Annville Frozen Food Service Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamesderfer Ben Beck Lettering Service Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bell Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blouch Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Blouch john D. Bohr, jr., Trucking Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bordner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Brown Carl's Barber Shop jack F . Carpenter Gulf Mr. and Mrs. William Chadwick Mr. and Mrs. John Dearoff Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Dellinger Mark C. Dengler, Realtor Mr and Mrs Emel son Dourte Nance I Drescher Mr and Mrs john Dunn Ebersole s Garage and Mrs Hal old Emhlch and Mrs Glenn H Felty and Mrs joe Fortl Fry Gold Seal lce and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs H gl s Used Furn1ture 8. 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