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

 - Class of 1967

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I,- -L 'F .1-5' .R 11 ,,1' . ,- i V. -tx -v .4--. .1 ' ,,g I 1 I ,"1 ,1 .Xl 1' Q Q??6y7 61 Z7 WW i' 1 Q in 'i wx Xxx "LEX 'N I J lf T1 y" gm, I 'Vi I' qv l' "4 .M , , 'E' , ,gh 1,33 Q4 ll Yi 'ti '71, rm 1' 4 ' ' 'El '4N I if - I .- .xv 4 1 ff 41511-"MIM ff "Q W1 L. ff ' My ., 'N MW" uldmiuislrafivu and gdfllffy Page 7 Seuivrs Page 25 lludcrclassmen Pays lOl Orgauzkatiaus Page 51 Sparfs Page 77 ,M I1 George Gerber As a way of saying thanks for fourteen years of outstanding leadership, the Class Of l967 dedicates this volume of the CORINOMA to Mr. George Ger- ber. While many trite superla- tives could be used to describe Mr. Gerber's influence on most of us, only the most important aspect of his leadership, the lack of a double standard, needs men- tion. He not only sets forth cer- tain standards by which students should conduct themselves, but he lives by those principles him- self. 'Q' Since 1958 when his team won the County Track Championship, Mr. Gerber's teams have not lost. In 1961 Coach Gerber was instrumental in cross cou.nt1'y's becoming a sport at ACI-IS. 'X -f'f"" ' As a teacher Mr. Gerber shows the same dedication that he does as a . coach. l . 5 x , f In short, Mr. Gerber asks students to do little that he would not do--whether in the classroom or on the athletic field. The results of such leadership has been phenomenal, especially in track and cross country where his teams have dominated the local scene for years. Although his direct, positive influ- ence is harder to see in his earth science and geog- raphy classes, Mr. Gerber's same tireless energy, coupled with the perfectionist's eye for details, en- sures his also being a successful leader here. 4 as N. x Ya 9 . i. 0 J. . I A Q , t. - F- . K . 1 I L mi , K Q A ' ' "E Q fe-1-X . -,WE 5 ,4 Iisifor in ,46f!5 Jlflzyhf Sw Chase Pham of Sclzrfzfl L75 Aomfwfrfgm WON 5461115 mf School Board, SEATED: William Berry, Secretary, Floyd Whisler, Vice President, james Karsnitz, Presidentg Richard Harris, Treasurer, Howard Weaver. STANDING: Roy Ebersole, Nevin Bordlemay, William Egli, Solicitor, Karl Lockwood, Merle Keim, Elra Worcester. As elected representatives for the Annville-Cleona School District, the members of our school board constantly strive to improve our standards of educa- tion. Curriculum changes, equip ment purchases, teacher salary schedules, and athletic policies are just a few of the many items for which the school board is responsible. Schrfol l5'0ard and Admiuisfraiian Strive E21 Mr. Merle Keirn, Annville-Cleona School District's Supervising Principal, coordinates the activities of our high school and the district's elementary schools. '53, Mrs. Ruth Maulfair and Mrs. Eleanor Shay capably assist Mr. Keim in carrying out the schoolboard's policies. 8 As our high school principal, Mr. Richard Ging- r1ch provides firm leadership for both the faculty In addition to teaching driver education, M Robert Snyder is AC's athletic director and assistant high school principal nf Sp cc' ,Aga Mrs. Nancy Meyer and Mrs. Doris Markey perform many duties which enable our high school to function smoothly. .-....-Ni wldwgif vw.,.....- Wu: ELVIN FAKE RICHARD FORNEY Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor, History .i al' Spcciadsis in Many The camera peeks in at one of the many case studies ar ranged with county officials to help students ' SARA BIXLER Reading Consultant I 6 JEAN MATTICKS vi-Ilgxxgrand School ,Needs af Students JOAN MOYER RUTH KEENE Librarian Nurse Advisor: Library Club VE 'SW a,,..,'l kg.. -'x f I-,.1.i E -i 2 f 43 A M- 1 S1r.,..ZX-v-'Nz.2....-.,,o.r.,,, Advisor: FNA 10 MA RY ZIMMERMAN Special Education DELORES WOLF E Cafeteria Manager wi 'gf My 2 JM: .miami Mrs. DeHart points out the site of an ancient civilization. Saeial Stud es GEORGE GERBER Geogr aphy Coach: Weight Lift- ing, Cross Country, Track HOWARD MOYER History Coach: Soccer Department llees FRED ALLWEIN POD Coach: JV Basket- ball Advisor: Sr. Hi-Y ELEANOR WITMEYER History Advisor: Student Council, Pep Club JUDITI-I DEHART Social Studies Advisop: jr. High Student Council JAMES DIEBERT History Advisor: Sr. Honor Society J?-gy , . X ' C TKW ,. ' Q 1 wk Xxkki' kr A MX ff 2. , 9 K 'K X .. . i ' y: 5.41 ik.' -- , -.. V . . - y ., . in K 11 Madera Jaterpretatiaa ta History JOAN MCCULLOH English Advisor: Senior Tri-Class Play JAMES MARTIN Class, English Advisor: FTA LEWIS LEIBERT EILEEN RHODES English English Advisor: Jr. Tri- Hi-Y Qgmgw A , M fm' .2 'N Y' six ages , f ' Mr. Martin is busily correcting compositions of his eleventh grade English students language Departments ana Written JOHN HA LL English A dvisor: Dutchm en Crier MARLIN C. FUREMAN English Advisor: Senior Class, Yearbook Coach: Track, Foot- ball 'ire-N' MILDRED EVELYN HULL MYERS English, French English, Latin Advisor: Tri-Hi-Y Organist Empluzszke 0 al 41' SUZANN E SUTER English, History Advisor: jr. Tri-Hi-Y f Avi RUSSELL SHOWERS English, Civics Advisor: Oratorical Contesm, Sportsmen Club Evmmuu kafio Mr. Kruger relaxes after another trying German Class. MILDRED SMITH German DAVID KRUGER German sr.. l Q wtf , dl-mad as 5 Mathematics and Science gf, Lfemplelczent czch 0 her DOROTHY DALE HAINS KELLER Mathematics Mathematics Coach: Basketball, Advisor: Tri-Hi-Y Baseball Advisor: Sophomore Class -ss' - s Q secl .E xx S 1 . -1 X .fa i Mrs. Rank explains one of the fundamental BARBARA RANK JENNIFER 111198 of algebra. Mathematics CODINGTON ,, csaiisei f , f Advisor: Tri-Hi-Y Algebra '11 f 8" . Q-Q WALTER KENNETH HOUSER PARKS Mathematics Mathematics Advisor: jr. Hi-Y Advisor: Ir. Sports- man's Club 14 Mr Treichler shows Don Bowman how to use the slide rule in chemistry Dvparfmcufs RAHQAODU SWINGHOLM Science Advisor: Projectionist Club, jr. Class NHnpn Q 5 's..f i-Hifi VAxA V ,. mgigqgu gli 2 f :va N' HW 377V waxing 1 f ,,fA,W A Q. M Q ,ff- '1 254 5 fd-fx, LELAND LINGLE Science Coach: Baseball, Jr. High Basketball, Advisor: Radio Club FRED GOUDY Science Coach: Football fl. Wi 1 ,n1, 'f. TERRY WEIGHT Science Stnaants learn Vocational Skills HARRY C. BRANT RONALD I-I. Industrial Arts SCI-ILAYBACI-I Advisor: Stage Crew Industrial Arts Advisor: Stage Crew RUTH SCHAFFER LOIS HIXSON Home Economics Home Economics Advisor: jr. FHA Advisor: Sr. FHA PETER A. BOYER IESS JOHNSON Vocational Agriculture Driver Education Advisor: FFA, Jr. Farmers Club As Praparatian ?ar t a Qntnrc -I-M-H HL Mr. Boyer shows one of his agriculture students where a mistake has been made ADA LIGHT MARLIN SNIDER RUTH WITTER Business Education Business Education Business Education Advisor: FBLA 16 'il RODNEY G. DEHAVEN Art Departments Dwclvp Advisor: Senior Class gfgflfmfy HM xffzeiarssffssi Hvmpefifiwuess Phyfffffdlmmi HM all JAMES D. HUEY Music Advisor: Dance Band, Marching Band, Clarinet Choir s.,,M VERNA SOLLENB Music Advisor: Jr. High Choruses, Sr. High Choruses Glee Club ERGER WILLIAM LEMON Music Advisor: Concert Band, Ir. High , Band, Jr. Honor Society 17 ELAINE HULSHIZER Physical Education, Health Coach: Hockey, Tennis Advisor: Cheerlead- ers, Pep Club, Sophomore Class JOHN STEPP Physical Education, Health Coach: Football, Track w'L"'f55'9W" ' an Q54 DARLENE DECKER Physical Education, Health Coach: Girls' Basket- ball, Hockey Advisor: junior Class Nm' w,AeB"' BUS DRIVERS: B. Kreider, A. Wartluft, J. Bordlemay, C. Unger, A. Strupar, A. Miller, G. Stover, W. Bomberger, J. Fake. 8m,vl0yees ,Assisi in f 6 CUSTODIANS: KNEELING: A. Ruber, A.'Rice STAND1NG:G. D Haller, B. Payetta, J. Miller, B. Sattasahn, K. Delong, A. Miller. During our school years at ACHS, the cafe- teria staff has continued to provide the student body and faculty with a Wholesome lunch each day. On behalf of the Class of '67 the yearbook staff Wishes to give special thanks to Mrs. Wolfe and the cafeteria staff members for their assistance in getting ready for the Senior Sub fxifffii! - Sale and for the time spent in preparing the 151, Q5 Senior Breakfast . 3' i i, R Y -,i. A A a . Q 4, . gp. . tl r 1 R. At the Senior Breakfast Rich, Mark, Bob, and Terry re- semble chipmunks as they seem to be storing away food for the many lean months ahead. Schzw! 19 Smooth Operativu CAFETERIA STAFF: C. Herr, L. Fink, J. Sanders, H. Hersey, D. Wolfe, mgr.g D. Sutcliffe, M. Rohland, A. Balaster, B. Sattasahn, B. Miller, V. Kinney, E. Ensminger, E. Snavely, V. Eshelman, E. Wentling, M. Granger, M. Noel, S. Longenecker. 151 f .M Ulroughouf Chair Las! year at AGES Smivrs Snjzfy Jlflvmmfs af flcasure 1 x 'XX 'Q . x Ya fwyf f,I,1Qyy!' 1 V 'V 56971016 f' !" 1 ,f WI 1 ,K,fl Vf 4 lfllffilq '.I,"flH,l "Wu '7 I I W, if I K, "'f ' I fm, X jflfw W1 U' f X F '-'SN' 'QT FX .Avi , 41' NW. , if 'N , Q7 17f N ' ff f 64 4 " Y .I Trim! CATI-ILEEN BEARD JAN BEHNEY SUSAN BAINBRIDGE "Susie" Academic Anyone for a T. K. ? . . . gay giggle! . . . athletically in- clined. EDWARD BARRY "Ed" Academic Physic's whiz???. . . eyes roam toward D-36 . . . enjoys hunting and fishing QW' "Cathy" Academic "Jan" Academic French scholar. . . aspiring Great White Hunter. . . A poet. . . morning rush in prankster. . . remember the cafeteria. skunk! CLASS OFFICERS: HAROLD HABECKER--PRESIDEN T BRENDA BAYLOR--SECRETARY ELLEN LOSER--TREASURER JAMES KARSNITZ--VICE PRESIDENT BRENDA BAYLOR "Brenda" Academic Fashion model. . . "B1ue Bandi1:ress" . . . needs judo for defense. 22 ADVISORS: MR. FUREMAN. . . MISS MCCULLOH 185 R359 X.-.A W is Wlf ,,-+0 y. ll- . PAUL BLANTZ "Paul" Commercial One of Miss Witter's head- aches . . . Soulman . . . dashes for tardy bell. CA RL BOM GA RDNER PHY LLIS BERRY JOEL BEYERLE "Phyllis" General "joel" Academic "Hey Red" , , , always talk.. Rolls Corvairs for kicks . . . ing . . . ruins ovens? one of Herr Kruger's boys . . . future big league football player? "Carl" "Duck" tractor . . ears. 23 Agriculture handy with a Prince Charlie's DENNIS BOMBERGER "Denny" General Plays with 2+2 . . . chief cook?. . . math whiz. 'fv-rv lx- KEITH BORGES "Keith" General Clown Town fireman . . . from the halls of Montezuma . . . pests gals in math. Il DONALD BOWMAN "Don" General A walking DeVono's store . . . great shoe salesman . . . king of the dance floor. ROBERT BRANDT STEVE BROWNING "B S I" Academic "Steve" General Hot Honda kid . . . enjoys Mr. Allwein's headache . . . German class . . . conserva- flowers for the ladies . . . tive shirt??? what about that picture? ,. , W , . ' 1 -W -A . ..-- gg . 0,19 'cpu-'K . , 4 . ' 7I51::,,- f I, . . I :ru x, rw- y s ,3?gfi , . fseeffE -BX xii, If. ' i ri-Eff: :jj WILLIAM CHADWICK DARYL CLIMENHAGA "Bill" General "Daryl" Academic "Arg'umentive" . . . good In- Expert on Rhodesia . . . dian but not a chief . . . "Climy" . . . newcomer to waves a keen towel. AC. HAROLD BRANDT "Harold" Academic Perfectionist . . . gymnastics specialist. . . active in Campus Life. 24 JAMES COLVTN JOLINDA cooK "jim" Academic "JO" Commercial Pcrfectionist . . . outstanding Good time Charlie , , , saxophone player . . . strong voice, especially in scholar-athlete. gym , , , "Din", CHARLOTTE COOPER GARY DAUGI-IERTY "Susie" General "Doc" General Tennis anyone? . . . Where Frequently sick during fishing are my curlers? . . . season . . . livens up English "I-Iopple". class . . . sees "red" LINDA DINNISON "Linda" Academic Quick with the Quip . . . pleasing personality . . . ar- gumentive in D-40. 25 DERRICK DENCLER "Rick" Academic Keeps a neat beat . . . likes to grease Mr, Kruger's car . . . gets a charge out of physics. K 8 mt. 5 LOIS DIEM "Lois" Commercial Shy. . . excellent student . . . shorthand whiz. -. 1- CONSTANCE DOI-INER "Connie" General Loses jewelry in oddest places . . . Cornelius . . . Poor- man's bodyguard. BYRON EBERSOLE "Biddic" Academic Always knows the answer? . . . drives allot Pontiac . . . milk rtmner. 26 CONTRIBUTED MOST: HAROLD HABECKER . . . MARY ZIMMERMAN 1 5 - ,Q L, , w::?'f W TIMOTHY EBERSOLE THOMAS EBRIGI-IT "Tim" Academic "Tom" Academic Has a Cedar Lassie . . . Throws his weight around Y.F. C. -er . . . on the quiet "Turtle" . . . fleet on the side. feet??? lf NATHAN EBERSOLE "Nate" Agriculture "Casting King" . . . butchers anyone?. . . muscles galore. CAROLE EHRHART JANET ELLIOTT "Carole" Academic "janet" Academic "Well, officer!". . . fine I-Ier own French class. . . fre- musician . . . talkative. quents Hershey Friday nights . . . "few" pet peeves. VM XR ' 'Am K 'Nay Nu sk N X 1591 .,.. .. .gxvv MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: JAMES COLVIN. . . BETTY FORNEY DAWN FLEER "Dawn" Commercial Loves those Hershey kisses . . . falls asleep in study hall . . . refuses to drive. 27 Qu' JACOB ENSMINGER "jake" General Our answer to Caruso . . . words fly a mile a minute . . Mrs. Kel1er's personal typist. KAREN FAKE "Karen" Academic Likes blue. . . "Frake". . . shoes! BEST CITIZENS: BETTY FORNEY . . . OLIN WETHINGTON BETTY FORNEY FRANCES C-ARRISON "Betty" Academic "Fran" Commercial English scholar. . . yellow Quiet. . . neat dresser. . . bird . . . contagious giggle. does she or doesn't She? BARRY HAAK "Barry" General Hot Ford???. . . built-in motor on way to lunch . . happy in a quiet way. 28 JEAN GINGRICH "jean" Academic Active in gym clss . . . great soprano voice . . . " Slugger". J -Sta :Na-.K BONITA GRANGER "Bonnie" Commercial Attentive in POD! !! . . . yellowitis. . . always dieting. Ry LAWSON I-IEMPERLY PATRICIA HERR "Lawson" Agriculture "Pat" Commercial Love those socks . . . fumre Very talkative . . . "partici- fire chief . . . never a sad pates" in POD . . . Bellegrove look. fire crew? HAROLD HABEC KER "Harold" Academic Ladies' man?!! . . . "You skunk". . . catnaps in Business Math. GLENN HEAGY "Glenn" Agriculture Great speller?! ! . . . profes- sional farmer . . . looks up to the opposite sex. ca... PATRICIA I-IEFFNER "Pat" Academic Always ready to lend a helping hand . . . trick knee . . . her own seamstress. 29 'Q l MOST POPULAR: CATHY MEASE . . . HAROLD HABECKER SHARON HEVERLING GUY HITZ "Sharon" Commercial "Guy" Academic Walking candy store . . . good Quiet type. . . "Mr. Re1ay" student . . . will make a great . . . has a hard time sitting stenographer. in English class. GAIL HOSTETTER WILLIAM IRWIN "Gail" Academic "Bi1l" General To market to market . . . has Love those curls . . . good a "hot" Ford . . . heavy foot. craftsman . . . enjoys hunting and fishing. JEFFREY KEISER "FeeZe" General Radio bug . . . Happiness is a '57 Olds . . . looks for the younger Set. 30 JAMES KARSNITZ "Jim" Academic Interested in the junior class . . . "Spars". . . boycotts the barber shop. ns7"'T' DAVID KAUFFMAN "Dave" Academic Cool clothes . . . last to leave the cafe. . . soda-jerk. A I DEN ISE KELLY "Denise" Academic Runs own "Taxi" service . . , frequents Gretna Roller Rink . . . frantic over composi- tions. JILL KILLINGER CAROL KLIENFELTER "Jill" Commercial "Carol" Academic Heard but not seen . . . small Petite . . . serves zi mean but mighty- - - "baby" SiT2S volleyball. . . loves gym. on weekends ! l"7"W"v JEAN KERCHER "jean" Commercial Cool little car . . . cute ca- nine pet. . . subs anyone? in FRANK KLESS "Skip" Academic Carries a rubber innertube? . . . the "Hermit" . . . life of luxury. KAY KERKESLAGER "Kay" General Loves to read . . . dates in the "Green Bomb" . . . fre- quently receives library notices. 31 RICHARD KLOPP "Rich" Academic Has a wind-up VW . . . sorry about that front window . . . competitor plus! MARK KREIDER KENNETH KREISER "Mark" Academic "Ken" Agriculture Mathematical whiz. . . rules Road runner. . . small in C corridor . . . argues with stature . . . mighty mouth of teachers. ELAINE KRUM "Elaine" Commercial Mr. DeHaven's prodigy . . . always late . . . loves the opposite sex. MOST ATTRACTIVE: ART MILLER . . . BRENDA BAYLOR TERRY LAUDERMILCH "Terry" General Member of the lunch bag bri- gade . . . It's Howdy Doody time . . . "Give us a red one. " 32 Ji si . if Q' F E if 4' PATRICIA LASCH "Pat" Commercial Almost missed the prom . . . target of flying eggs? . . . eye blinker. SANDRA LINGLE "Sandy" Commercial Frequents square dances . . . loves horses . . . Expo '67 French emcee. if Nlf MARILYNN LONG "Mattie" Commercial "Anchors Aweigh" . . . mar- ried member of the class . . . has a second home. S s E BEST MUSICIANS: JAKE BNSMINGER . . . CAROLE EHRHART ELLEN 'LOSER JANE LOVE "Hun" Academic "Jane" Commercial Atom of energy , , , diet of Private dry cleaning service milk and peanuts . . . who? . . . life of the party . . . huh? what? class hummer. LINDA LOOSE "Linda" Commercial Frequents hairdresser . . . led saddle shoe rebellion. . . im- patiently awaits weekends. 33 BEST ACTORS: MARY ZIMMERMANN . . . LARRY SI-IEAF CARROLL MARTIN "Myrtle" Agriculture Frequents Bellegrove fire hall . . . likes to bug "Peanuts" . . one of the K. K. fans. E CATHY MEASE "Cathy" Academic Never a harsh word . . . al- ways writing letters . . . owns miniature fire engine. LEONARD MILLER "Lenny" Agiculture Mr. Boyer's headache. . . prankster. . . co-ordination plus. 34- .be- 5' " , ARTHUR MILLER "Art" General Drives the "Woody" . . . "Shultzy" . . . artieisms. DAVID MILLER "Charlie" Academic Cockney accent Qplayj? . . . German reports . . . little red scooter. RANDALL RADAMACHER SANDRA MILLER "Sandie" Commercial Assortment of hair styles . . . seen at Plaza Barber Shop . . . name often appears on absen- tee list. LINDA POORMAN "Randy" Academic "Linda" General Human kangaroo . . . prize Often seen with Connie . . . possession--Mags . . . Looks natural waves . . . hot needle. are deceiving. 44", .-1- f TERRY MUMMA "Terry" Agriculture Lennie's pal . . . hunts arrow- heads . . . one of the Dave's Dream crowd. i ! . .... is . A ,gfyQ:,,m- A, K A T' , ,L ..... I , . ....... . . .... . ' 'IIIII BEST ARTISTS: LARRY SI-IEAF. . . ELAINE KRUM CRAIG OSTRANDER "Ozzie" Academic Prankster . . . new addition to the class . . . has his own gang. 35 MARY ELLEN ROHRER "Mary Ellen" Commercial Attentive in Bookkeeping . . . quiet . . . looks forward to English class? LINDA ROTT "Linda" Commercial Mini . . . hails from Palmyra . . . speak up. CLASS CLOWNS: JILL KILLINGER . . . PAUL BLANTZ ,-f' JANICE SCI-IWENK LARRY SI-LEAF "jan" Academic "Larry" Commercial State Farm Show winner . . . Has a way with words . . . automation! automation! human calculator? . . . one . . .- good farm hand? of a kind in shorthand. JOHN RUDY "John" Academic Al Hirt fan . . . goes to Ti- juana for his music! . . . what a serve! 36 JUNE SHENK SHIRLEY SHUEY "JLu1e" Academic "Shirley" Commercial Mr. Lingle's headache . . . No. 1 . . . can be seen with food anyone? . . . supports Elaine . . . let's go on a postal service. "Bucks" bus. BEST ATI-ILETES: ELLEN LOSER . . . ART MILLER 4' , ,, ,E sy! gy TERRY SMITH "Terry" Academic Herb Albert's boy . . . loves tests?. . . Dodge boy. 37 M- 7? DEBORAH SHULTZ Debbie" Commercial AC's own Twiggy. . . neat graduation present! . . . tours North Annville after school. Qu-an fm.. ROMAINE SMITH "Smitty" Commercial Class seamstress. . . interest in Guam . . . mercurial typist. JOI-IN SOLLENBERGER "john" Academic Class philosopher. . . up! up! and away . . . "Sh-h-h! Listen to the announcements. " f""" 'Yfvv-+ RONALD STEGALL "Ron" Commercial "Oh my gosh" . . . not through the gates . . . frequently re- ceives THE stare! EVELYN S TINI2 DA VID S TONER "Eve" Academic "Dave" General Great Spartan fan. . . wild Likes "Young" girl . . . C. D. about clothes. . . cries about man. . . dedicated fireman. her contacts. R- A '- . I R ' WILLIAM STOVER KATHLEEN SUDBURY "Bil1" Commercial "Kathy" Commercial Miss Witter's pet??? . . . Loves those bus rides . . . "Big Bear" . . . "You don't "Big Red". . . long Sunday like life, do you?" drives. RICHARD STEPHEN "Dick" Commercial One of many good bookkeepers . . . future sanitary engineer? . . . Who comes from a large family? 38 Tl-IELMA SWEIGERT CYNTHIA SWINGHOLM "Sem" Commercial "Cindy" Commercial Gum anyone? - - - coffee Horse lover . . . loves to talk fiend. . . livens up lunch , . . "Go Army!" period. JONATHAN TOM "Jonathan" Academic Mad scientist? . . . always running. . . "Jon-a-thin". ni. li' JANET TANNO CRAIG TOBIAS "janet" General "Craig" Academic What's up Doc?. . . does Peroxide anyonc?. . . MG homework for two. . . style- mechanic. . . the electron setter. of physics. BRENDA WAMPLER "Brenda" Academic ,Nik CYNDA TRIBIOLI "Cindy" General Mini-skirt rebellion. . . con- genial . . . spends 7th periods at B-7. Mr. Kruger's prodigy . . . another Mickey Mantle . . . throws mean punches! 39 y,,. J BONNIE WATSON "Bonnie" Commercial Anxiously awaits Friday . . . rides a Yamaha . . . job hunt- ing in Palmyra? DELBERT WEABER "Pip" General Sleepwall-:er . . . pool hall king . . '. pushes his car up hills. ROBERT WEABER !lBObH Friendly to all . . . frantic about English homework . . . 1 "Caveman ll ' 1 OLIN WETHINGTON JEFFREY WILLIAMS "Olin" Academic "Jeff" Academic I-Iails from the Philippines . . . "Cookie" , , , grocery carrier "You-all" . . . world traveler. , , , muscle-beach! Nw.-fa BEST DANCERS: CYNDA TRIBIOLI DONALD BOWMAN LARRY WINTERS "Larry" Academic Loves Italian dishes? . . . quiet until you know him . . . good discussions on Friday 3rd periods. General N BEST DRESSED: JANE LOVE. . . JAMES KARSNITZ JOHN WITMER 'MARY WDOLUM "Wit" Academic "Ruthie" Academic Subtle humor? . . . bowling Unofficial member of histori- pro. . . professional beach- cal society. . . flirtatious comber. . . . "Southern belle" MARY ZIMMERMANN "Mary" Academic Doesn't trust her own heart rides. intellectual. . . bums 41 KENNETH ZEIDERS "Ken" General Many female problems . . . keeps insurance companies in business . . . frequents Drive- In movies. I DENNIS ZELLERS "Dennis" Academic Miss McCulloh's Chanticleer . . . rides a Harley . . . pool membership in backyard. Karen and Mary show off their fair prizes. 'air jake and Terry have a discussion while Dave and Carole tend to other business. Cathy and Brenda pay a call on Farmer Boy Larry. Seniors Pcrfvrm Well in the 1. I THE CAST The Storekeeper--the local philosopher. . . Melissa Frake- -Mother ........... . Abel Frake--Father ............. . Margy Frake- -their twenty year old daughter Harry Ware--Margy's fiance ....... . Eleanore--Wayne's girl friend ..... . Emily--the girl at the Fair ........ . Pat Gilbert--newspaper reporter ...... . .I Mrs. Rollins--last year's pickle champion. . The Barker-hoopla stand proprietor ..... -A Prompters .............. X--sfxkra it T , R T Stage Hands and Lights . . ' 2 5 x .Q NRS 'C N ' . gi f Qxhu R F , X - ,Q "' aim N K c N Q c Praducfion of fate hir Wayne Frake--their eighteen year old son . . . . jake Ensminger Mary Zimmermann Olin Wethington Karen Fake Larry Sheaf David Kauffman Cathy Beard Brenda Baylor john Rudy Carole Ehrhart Terry Peiffer janet Elliot, Elaine Krurn, Pat Lasch Ronald Bowman, Rick Fuhrman, Ronald Rowe Pygmalion Play Cast: KNEELING: Olin Wethington, Terry Peiffer. SECOND ROW: janet Elliot, Mary Zimmermann, Carole Ehrhart, Brenda Baylor, Karen Fake, Larry Sheaf, Pat Lasch, Elaine Krum, jake Ensminger. THIRD ROW: john Rudy, Dave Kauffman, Cathy Beard. Annvlllo-Cloonc High School COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Organ Preludes - jesu, joy of Man's Desiring .,....... .....,.. B ach Ariso ..............,...........,...,.,.,.,.,.....,..... ....... B aah Fugue in E Flat fSt. Ann'sJ ,..., . ..,.,........ ......... B aah 0 Mildred E. Myers, Organist Processional - Pomp and Circumstance .,.....................,.,.......,.................,.. Elgar 'Invocation ............,,..,,.,.,.......................... The Reverend David E. Climenhaga Pastor, Fairlaud Brethren in Christ Church 'HYMN - Come, Thou Almighty King Address of Welcome ................,.............. ....,. 0 lin Wethington Choral Selection - Sing and Rejoice .......... ........,...............,...........,. W ill James Senior High Chonis directed hy Mrs. Robert Sollenberger Introduction of Speaker .,,,............,...,.,.,..........,................................ M. L. Keim Supervising Principal Commencement Address .......................,......,.,..,..............., Dr. Nevin H. Zucl: Selection - Bom To Be Pastor, Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren Free ...,.,..........,,..,.,...,..,.........,...,...,.......,........ Williams Senior Quartet: Harold Brandt, jake Ensminger, Harold Habecker, and john Sollenberger Carol Ehrhart, Accompanist Presentation of Class .,........,...... . ,..,.,.,.,.,.,. ............ Ri chard H. Gingrich High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas .....,.. ......,.............,,. J ames T. Karsnitz President, Board of Education 'Alma Mater , ...... ....,............,,.... ........... W 0 rds and Music by Harry Frederick '58 Senior Class 'Benediction ,.,,.. ..,................ ,.....,..,. ....... , .,.............. Th e R ev. David Climenhaga 'Recessional - Trumpet Voluntary COpus 7, No. 32 . Stanley, 'F in , c, NX Y 5 Senivrs flaw Z all kehear al .711 Wrcparafivu use gust A , , ,, ff fl , J SENIOR AWARDS Annville American Legion and Ileader's Digest Awards Highest Honors in Class .,...,.... ....., . ...,.. , ,.,.... . . ..... , . . james Colvin Annville Businessmcn's Association Award Second Highest Honors in Class . . . . , . , . . , jonathan Tnm Annville-Cleona National Honor Society Scholarship Award Shirley Shuey Annville Reading Circle Award for Excellence in English .,.... ., Annvillc Rotary Club Service Awards ........ ., , Annvillc-Cleona Kiwanis Club Courtesy Awards Bausch and Lomh Science Award ,.,., , Betty Crocker Homcmaking Award ...., Business Education Awards Outstanding Student in Course . . Bookkeeping . ..., . Betty Forney . Mary Zimmermann Olin Wcthington Shirley Shuey Harold Brandt , jonathan Tom . . . Karen Fake Shirley Shucy Bonnie Watson Shorthand . ,. , .. Lois Deim Typewriting .. ,...... ..,.,. E laine Krum Class of '62 Service Award . . . ., ,. ., Harold Ilabecker Class of '66 Leadership Award . . , . ,. ,. ,. . .. .. Olin Wethington Cleona NVoman's Club and Danforth Foundation Personal Development Awards ...... ,.,.,.,... .... . . ,. . ,. .. ....., .,., ..... ..... , . . ., ., Karen Fake james Colvin DAR Good Citizens Award .. ,.., ,.,. . . .... ,. ,,.. . Betty Forney Lebanon County Republican Committee for Excellence in Problems of Democracy .. . . ..,.,. . ,.,..., ..... .......,.. ..... . .,.,. ...,. .,... j a m c s Colvin Lebanon Valley Kiwanis Club Athlete Scholarship Awards , ,,,. Ellen Loser james Colvin Mathematics Association of America Award .. . .,.... . . , Robert Brandt Soroptimist Club of Lebanon County Essay Prize , .,., , Betty Forney The jack Sudbury Memorial Award tlndustrial Artsj . ,,,, Dennis Bomberger VFNV Auxiliary Essay Prizes .. ,....... , ....,.. ....... .... . lst - james Colvin 2nd - james Karsnitz 3rd - Harold Habccker WCTU Citizenship Award ,.,.,... .... . . .,.,..., ,...., ,.,.,., , . , ...,., ,, jean Gingrich Harold Habeeker oseph H. and Emma R. Wcstenberger Memorial Awards Home Economies . , , ., ,, .. . . Patricia Heffner Vocational Agriculture , Carol Bomgardncr Thomas Eekenrode Guy Hitz 'WLBR - Lebanon Youth Council - Outstanding Senior of the Year james Colvin far Hvmmcuccmcnt .Srfcrciscs SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Penna. Higher Education Assistance Agency Karen Fake Harold Habeckcr Betty Forney Cathy Beard Ellen Loser john Rudy j john Sollcnbcrger Mary Zimmennann janet Elliott Olin Wethington Mark Kreider Robert Brandt ames Colvin West Shore Beauty School ,, .... ..... , . Susan Cooper Swathmore National Scholarship .... .. ,.,., james Colvin Sieo Scholarship ........... ...,...,... . .. ....,.. . ...., ...,. . ,. .,...., ,. . janet Elliott Scholarship from Student Financial Aid Committee, Kutztown College Cathy Beard 45 SSNJOIQ 29.716 C016 If SUSAN BAINBRIDGE Academic College bound. G.A.A. 15 Honor Society l5 F.T.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 2, 35 Gym Leaders 25 Tri Hi-Y l,2, 35 Chorus 35 Pep Club 35 Newspaper 35 Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2. EDWARD BARRY, JR. Academic Hopes to attend college. Hi-Y 2, 3. BRENDA BAYLOR Academic Shippensburg State College. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Newspaper 25 Cheerleading 2, 3. CATHLEEN BEARD Academic College. Glee Club 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Newspaper 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 25 Pep Club. JAN BEHNEY Academic Will .attend college to be engineer. Hi-Y 35 Football 2, 35 Track 1, 2,3. PHYLLIS BERRY Commercial JOEL BEYERLE Academic Drexel Institute of Technology Hi-Y 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Base- ball l, 25 Football 2,3. PAUL BLANTZ Commercial Future Undecided. Stage Crew 1,25 Hi-Y l,2,35 F.B.L.A. 35 Football 25 Soccer 1 . DENNIS BOMBERGER General Future Undecided. CARL BOMGARDNER Vocational Farming . F.F.A. l,2,3. KEITH BORGES General Enlist in Marines. DONALD BOWMAN General Armed Forces. Hi-Y l,2,35 Stage Crew 1,2. HAROLD BRANDT Academic Wheaton College .' Chorus 1,2,35Glee Club 1, 2,35 Hi-Y 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 35 Track 3. ROBERT BRANDT Academic Penn State University. Hall Patrol 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2, 3. STEVEN BROWNING General Will join Army. Hi-Y 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 Yearbook 35 Soccer 3. WILLIAM CHADWICK General Future undecided. Hi-Y 2, 35 Soccer 1, 35 Football 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2. 3. DARYL CLIMENHAGA Academic College bound. Glee Club 35 Chorus 35 Newspaper 35 Soccer 3. JAMES COLVIN Academic College. Student Council 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble l, 2, 35 Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2, 3. JOLINDA COOK Commercial Work at V.A. Hospital Chorus 35 Library Club 35 F.N.A. 3. CHARLOTTE COOPER General Hopes to attend college. Library Assistants 1, 25 F .T.A. 1, 25 Tri Hi-Y 2,35 Pep Club 35 Newspaper 35 Chorus 35 Year- book 35 Hockey 2, 35 Basketball 2. GARY DAUGHERTY General Career as heavy machine operator. DERRICK DENGLER Academic Elizabethtown College. Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Soccer l,2,3. LOIS DIEM Commercial Secretary. F .B. L.A. 3. END LINDA DINNISON Academic Nursing School. Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 3. CONSTANCE DOHNER General Will attend Beauty School. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Library Assistant 1 , 2. BYRON EBERSOLE Academic College bound. Band 1, 2, 3. NATHAN EBERSOLE Vocational Meatcutter for Hershey Estates. Stage Crew 15 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. TIMOTHY EBERSOLE Academic College. Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2,35 Chorus 35 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Baseball 15 Soccer 1. THOMAS EBRIGHT Academic Millersville State College. Chorus 1, 2,35 Pep Club 35 Hi-Y 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 2,3. CAROLE EHRHART Academic College bound. Band 1, 2,35 Chorus 1, 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Honor So- ciety 2, 35 Tri-Class Play 2, 35 Senior Class Play5 Hockey 2, 3. JANET ELLIOTT Academic College. Tri Hi-Y 1,2,35 F.T.A. 2,35 Yearbook 35 Tri Class Play 1, 25 Senior Play. JACOB ENSMINGER General Hopes to join Army Band. Pep Club 35 Tri-Class Play 25 Senior Class Play5 Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2,35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3. KAREN FAKE Academic College bound. Honor Society 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Cheerleading 1, 35 Hockey 1. DAWN FLEER Commercial Future undecided. Tri Hi-y 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Band Front 2, 3. BETTY F ORNEY Academic Elizabethtown College. F.T.A. 1, 2,35 Chorus 1, 2,35 Honor Society 2, 3. FRANCES GARRISON Commercial College. Library Club 15 F.H.A. 15 F.B.L.A. 3. JEAN GINGRICH Academic Nursing- -Reading Hospital. Honor Society 1, 2,35 Gym Leaders 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Wind En- semble 1, 2, 3 . LINDA GINGRICH General Career in Art. BONITA GRANGER Commercial Secretarial work. F.B.L.A. 35 Yearbook 35 Band l,2,35 Pep Club 35 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3. BARRY HAAK General Mechanical School. Projectionist Club 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3 . HAROLD HABECKER Academic College bound. Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3. GLENN HEAGY Vocational Farmer. F.F.A.1,2,3. PATRICIA HEFFNER Academic Mansfield College. F.T.A. 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2,35 Student Council 35 Tri-Class Play 25 Chorus 2, 35 Newspaper 2,35 Pep Club 3. LAWSON HEMPERLY, JR. Vocational Farmer. F.F.A. 1,2,35 Band 1,2,3. PATRICLA HERR Commercial Secretarial work. F.H.A. 1,2,35 Tri Hi-Y l, 2,35 Pep Club 35 Library Assistants 1, 2, 35 Library Club 3. SHARON HEVERLING Commercial Secretarial work. F.H.A. 25 F.B.L.A. 3: Yearbook'3. ...nf- GUY HINTZ Academic College . Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. l,2, 3, Student Coun- cil l,2, Chorus l,2, Track 2,3. GAIL HOST ETTER Academic Nursing School--Lancaster F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. l,2,3. WILLIAM IRWIN General JAMES KARSNITZ, JR. Academic College and work in scientific field. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, Soccer 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3. DAVID KAUF F MAN Academic Future undecided. Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, Orchestra 3, Pep Club 3, Senior Class Play. JEFFREY KEISER General Technical School. DENISE KELLY Academic College . F.T.A. 1, 2,3, Tri Hi-Y l, 2,3, Yearbook 3. JEAN KERCHER Commercial Secretarial Work . Band 1,2,3, Chorus l,2,3, F.B.L.A. 3, F.H.A. 1, Glee Club 2,35 Wind Ensemble 2,3, Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2. KAY KERKESLAGER General Practical Nursing. F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, Cho- rus 3 . JILL KILLINGER Commercial Secretary. Chorus 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Orchestra 3, Yearbook Staff 3, Band l,2,3. CAROL KLEINFELTER Academic Lebanon Practical Nursing School. F.N.A. 3. FRANK KLESS Academic Computer Programming School. Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 3. RICHARD KLOPP Academic Future undecided. Track 2, 3, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3 . MARK KREIDER Academic Will attend Penn State. Chemistry Club 2, Hall Patrol 1 . KENNETH KREISER Vocational Will enlist in Air Force. F .F .A. 2, 3. ELAINE KRUM Commercial Secretary. Yearbook 3, Pep Club 3, Senior Class Play, Tri Hi-Y 2,3, Newspaper 1, 2, 3, Library As-' sistant 1,2,3, Honor Society 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Pep Club 3. PATRICIA LASCH Commercial Secretary work. Gym Leaders 2, Senior Class Play, Cheerlead- ing 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Pep Club. TERRENCE LAUDERMILCH General Work. SANDRA LINGLE Commercial Business School. F.H.A. 1, F.B.L.A. 3. MARILYNN LONG Commercial Secretarial work . Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. LINDA LOOSE Commercial Practical Nursing. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . ELLEN LOSER Academic Slippery Rock State College. Chorus 1,2, 3, Glee Club 3, Pep Club 3, Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2,3, Gym Leaders Club 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3. JANE LOVE Commercial Practical Nurse. Pep Club 3, Chorus 2,3, F.B.L.A. 3, F.N.A. 3, F.H.A. 2,3, Tri Hi-Y l,2,3. CARROLL MARTIN Vocational Farmer. F.F.A. l,2,3. CATHY MEASE Academic College. Band Front 1, 2,3, Student Council 1, 2, F.T.A 3, Yearbook 3, Tri Hi-Y 2,3. ARTHUR MILLER General Coast Guard. Hi-Y 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2,3, Soc- cer 1 , 2, 3. DAVID MILLER Academic Lebanon Valley College. Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 3, Tri-Class Play 3, Basket- ball 1. LEONARD MILLER Vocational Armed Forces. Band 1, 2, 3, F .F .A. 1, 2, 3, Projectionist Club 1. SANDRA MILLER Commercial Secretarial work. Library Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 3. TERRY MUMMA Vocational Enlist in Army. F.F.A. l,2,3. CRAIG OSTRANDER Academic College. LINDA POORMAN General Nursing School. Pep Club 3, Yearbook 3, Chorus 3, Library Assistant l,2,3, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3. RANDALL RADEMACHER Academic MARY ELLEN ROHRER Commercial Bookkeeper. F.H.A. 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Library Assistant 1, 2,3. LINDA ROTT Commercial Future Undecided. F.H.A. 35 F.B.L.A. 3. JANICE SCHWENK Academic Electronic Computer Programming Institute. F.N.A. 1, 2,3, Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3. LARRY SHEAF Commercial Thompson Business Institute. Chorus 1,2,3, Glee Club 2,3, Newspaper 3, Tri-Class Play 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Play, F.B.L.A. 3, Hall Patrol l,2,3. JUNE SHENK Academic Work. Library Assistant 1 , 2, 3. SHIRLEY SHUEY Commercial Secretarial work. Tri I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2,3, Honor Society 2, 3, Yearbook 3. DEBORAH SHULTZ Commercial Future Undecided. F.H.A. 2,3, Pep Club 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ROMAINE SMITH Commercial Secretarial work. Band l,2,3, F.H.A. 2,3, F.B.L.A. 3, Wind Ensemble 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Yearbook 3. TERRY SMITH Academic York Junior College . Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Wind Ensemble 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Track 2,3, Cross Country 2, 3. JOHN SOLLENBERGER Academic College. Student Council 1, 33 Honor Society 33 Chemis- try Club 1, 23 Dance Band l, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Track 1, 2,3QB8l'1Cl 1, 2,3. RONALD STEGALL Commercial Elizabethtown College. Hi-Y 2,33 Yearbook 33 F.B.L.A. 33 Pep Club 33 Baseball 1, 23 Soccer 33 Basketball 2, 3. RICHARD STEPHEN, JR. Commercial Enter the service. Hi-Y 33 F.B.L.A. 3. EVE LYN STIN E Academic Kutztown State College. Yearbook 33 Wind Ensemble 33 Band 1, 2, 33 F.T.A.1,2,33F.H.A.2,3. DAVID STONER General Military Service. Projectionist Club 1, 2, 33 Stage Crew 1. WILLIAM STOVER Commercial Military Service. Pep Club 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Soccer 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN SUDBURY Commercial Secretarial work. Band 1, 2, 3. THELMA SWEIGERT Commercial Practical Nurse. Band 1, 2,33 Chorus 1, 2,33 Orchestra 3. CYNTHIA SWINGHOLM Commercial Practical Nurse. F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 Library Club 1, 2, 33 Library Assistants 1, 2, 3 . JANET TANNO General Work. CRAIG TOBIAS Academic Work . Track 1, 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. JONATHAN TOM Academic College. Newspaper 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Yearbook 33 Track 1,2,33 Soccer 1, 23 Cross Country 3. CYNDA TRIBIOLI General Nursing. BRENDA WAMPLER Academic Future undecided. BONNIE WATSON Commercial Secretarial work. Yearbook 33 Pep Club 33 Wind Ensemble 33 Band 1, 2, 3 . DELBERT WEABER General Work.. ROBERT WEABER General Military College. OLIN WETHINGTON Academic University of Pennyslvania. Student Council 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 1, 2,33 Senior Class Play3 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 33 Track 1,2,33 Cross Country 1,2,3. JEFFREY WILLIAMS Academic Thompson Business Institute. JAY WINTERS Academic College bound. Chorus 13 Band 1, 2. JOHN WITMER Academic Elizabethtown College. Cross Country 23 Track 3. MARY WOOLUM Academic Lebanon Valley College. Tri Hi-Y 1, 23 Band Front 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Newspaper 2, 33 Tri-Class Play 1. KENNETH ZEIDERS General Will join Army band. Band 1, 2, 3. DENNIS ZELLERS Academic College bound. Band 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Chemistry Club 2, 3. MARY ZHVIMERMANN Academic Mary Washington College. Tri Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Newspaper 2, 33 Yearbook 33 Pep Club 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Senior Class Play3 Tri-Class Play 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1. f "',' tfg-, L "VL I-Y ff' " W f' ' f ', f' . ' , .lf I ,M - M K hx x. 4, ff Q, I, X .X 7 ff' ff M2 M541 , Why? , , ff, WUI, , I 17 ,' V A 'A V -M ff, my W W Kg 1 f YV, I XV. Wx 1 . Y h I S N " - X .5 1 pfw .A mxsgf., fx FNW ' N351 N? ,fl- N Xiyxixfg' xxx "Wx, 'gil 3 '.', i3 H ' - 'FS 5:51 x :X I", A79 C70 ax W ', 5q'k."s1 ' AND ' t NW .AK 5145 ,wzfwzfes - -' ' 'Ml . n jfffl' A 'I if 'I I vyffl' , ,fffl 2 " X' X5 '- XTX! 'H ,X X , W x X 1 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: G. Colvin, O. Wethington, P. Lasch, J. Colvin, Miss Witmeyer, advisor. STANDING: P. I-Ieffner, A. Stover, P. Wilds, C. Nissley, S. Tom, D. Gerber, T. Keller, J. Shenk, M. Zeck, L. Sheaf, J. Sollenberger. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: O. Wethington, Pres.5 P. Lasch, Sec.5 G. Colvin, V. Pres.3 I. Colvin, Treas. This year the Student Council's main concern was the revival of school spirit. The Council sponsored an AC Pep Club for the first time and also directed nu- merous activities such as assembly programs, field day, the Winter Carnival, elections, and the betterment of student- faculty relationships. Student Erfunvil Spzwsvrs X 52 Annual Weld Day Won by Smivrs 53 x ACHS students and guests enjoy the Winter Carnival. 1 Designating them as King and Queen of the dance, Santa bestows royal crowns upon Art Miller and Brenda Baylor Student lftetty Selects Mug and .Queen ef Zfliuter Zerleiwzl WINTER CARNIVAL coURT SEATED: Cathy Nissley, Art Miller, kingg Brenda Baylor, queeng Anita Stover. STANDING: Bob Hartman, Bob Wentling. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FRONT ROW: I. Bomgardner, S. Wert, S. Long, D. Graham, G I-Iostetter S Shuey I Love, Mrs Hixson, advisor, S. Heverling, D. Fleer, M. Rohrer. SECOND ROW L Rott, E Sohlman G Herr P Shenk M. Gibson, D. Bomgardner, R. Gibson D Miller E sane, P Berry L shlpp G Leonard s Miner. THIRD ROW: c. Swingholm, P. I-lerr, c i SannuthME11ttGG ' ' p io arrison B Risser, S Smith, D. Lentz, S. Lingle, D. Schultz, R. Smith S Smith C Brandt 611165 Dcwlvp Student Jutcresf zu Varied Frofcssivus FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: FRONT ROW: Mr. Martin, advisor, j. Schmalzer, B. Bowman, S. Sherman, T. Forti, C. Mease, B. Forney, J. Elliott, S. Bowman. SECOND ROW: M. Matala, S. Smith, 1. Caldwell, J. Martin, P. Goodman. TI-HRD ROW: P. Kline, E. Stine, N. Hoffman, D. Light, G. Spannuth, C. Commins. LAST ROW: S. Dissinger, M. Reist, L. Dinnison, D. Kelly. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA: SEATED: P. Shenk, L. Poorman, J. Schwenk, D. Graham, J. Love, M. McCorke1, D. Rasp, S. Irwin. STANDING: E. Tshudy, L. Long, S. Long, J. I-Iixson, J. Cook, G. Hostetter, M. Weaver, Miss Keene, advisor, P. Wilds, T. Ellenberger, B. Long, G. Wolfe, J. Tittle, K. Kerkeslager, C. Kleinfelter. TKTIQE? was if ff L-rf KQ':1,5f SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY: SEATED: I. Gingrich, C. Ehrhart, J. Tom, K. Fake, Mr. Dibert, advisor. SECOND ROW: B. Forney, D. Fine, S. Tom, T. Ellenberger, M. Reist, B. Blatt, D. Graham, B. Kel- ler, B. Fake, P. Lasch, S. Bowman, J. Martin. THIRD ROW: L. Dinnison, D. Struphar, S. Shuey, E. Krum, M. Zimmermann, J. Colvin, G. Colvin, D. Hoover, T. Waltz, K. Weimer, K. Mase, L. Hower, B. Bowman. THIRD ROW: I. Shenk, T. Gingrich, O. Wethington, J. Rudy, 1. Sollenberger, K. Adey, D. Weidler, H. Miller, I. Karsnitz, H. Brandt, P. Rohland. flrfrmr Society and 91564 Prmfide Kulfuml jmprvvcmenf for Jlflvufzbcrs FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA: FRONT ROW: B. Boger, S. Heverling, B. Granger, C. Wartluft, B. Fake, L. Sheaf, C. Luttman, V. Imboden, Mr. Snider, advisor, C. Houser, D. Miller, J. Fake. SECOND ROW: J. Kauffman, M. Gibson, G. Garrison, L. Rott, A. Snavely, B. Funk, P. Boyer, M. Capriotti, C. jones, D. Wartluft, D. Books, J. Love, M. Rohrer, C. I-Ialsell, D. Boger. THIRD ROW: R. Bowman, R. Stephen, L. Diem, F. Garrison, J. Hanlin, P. Lasch, S. Lingle, S. Pfautz, D. Custer, B. Smith, D. Shultz, R. Smith, 1. Kercher, E. Brightbill, R. Rowe, R. Ste- gall, R. Hicls, F. Wampler. ' . if i as. . ,, l f- f ' i t s -. P .- , Mi..-i1,, :s1r.Q .4 FFA: FRONT ROW: K. Adey, G. Heagy, D. Hoover, G. H Boyer, advisor. SECOND ROW: L. Layser, G. Layser, M. R D. Layser, H. Sauder. THIRD ROW: W. Cox, E. Hostetter Diamond. FOURTH ROW: G. Ungemach, N. Ebersole, E. Finkbiner. r . ,, 3 . , , ,, .. T , A A ' X . fs 1 f ' Q itz, T. Eckenrode, C. Bomgardner, K. Mase, E. Heagy, Mr. isser, J. Newman, N. Hoover, H. Weaver, B. Seller, D. Fidler, , K. Hamm, L. Miller, G. Hoffer, C. Meyer, L. Pyles, D. Hartman, C. Martin, L. Hemperly, K. Kreiser, F. Martin, W. 39,4 Parlkzmcrzmry lyrowdure Cram Win H11 are Agricultural teacher and advisor to the ACHS chapter of FFA, Mr. Boyer instructs Lonnie Layser on the prop- er techniques employed in woodshop. SA . 1... ...Q IL I x Carl Bomgardner and Guy Hitz accept from Mr. Boyer the annual vocational Agricultural Award made to ACHS Seniors. Although not in the photo- graph, Tom Eckenrode also was a co-recipient of this award. 57 ZH? Identifying some of the many photos in their section are the underelassmen editors Dawn Fleer, Denise Kelly, and Evelyn Stine. Dczdcafed tai' Members W0 k WM ,fldzfi 0 in y N Ip i Meeting I 6 Zim! Pubicaf bu Senior staff members Bonnie Watson, jill Killinger, Shirley Shuey, Sharon Heverling and Ron Stegall confer about Senior Writeups. When the Work begins, only a few staff members found time to assist meeting the deadline. Ron Stegall, Susie Coop- er, Jill Killinger, and Karen Fake fpic- tured to the leftj were some of those who did a fine job in helping Mr. Fureman. Daadhze aff I 6 '67 6016.7 OWL4 YEARBOOK STAFF: SEATED: B. Granger, S. Browning, M. Zim- mermann, J. Tom, K. Fake, S. Cooper, R. Stegall. STANDING: I. Killinger, J. Elliot, E. Stine, C. Mease, L. Poorman, R. Smith Mr. Fureman, advisorg D. Fleer, D. Kelly, S. Heverling, B. Wat- son, S. Shuey, E. Krum. I 1: 'z NEWSPAPER STAFF: SEATED: C. Weimer, D. Climenhaga, C. Cooper, M. Zimmermann, L. Sheaf, S. Bainbridge J. Tom. STANDING: J. Wethington, D. Gerber, S. Long, S. Matala, A. Rhoads, C. Weaver, L. Troutman, B. Chadwick, H. Bowers, S. Grant, S. Lemon, P. Murphy, M. Matala, D. Garosi, C. Halsell, K. Bucher, S. Dis- singer. E715 DZ! CEHJWV4 613.7516 .Mfliflffliflf High Standards af jaurnaism X . ' ' ,ff if .1 if Working diligently to meet a publication deadline, Ruth Woolum, Dorcas Graham, Cathy Beard, editor- in-chief, Eva Sohlman, and Linda Kruger formed the nucleus of the DUTCHMAN CRIER'S staff. 59 A-C ACTION GIRLS TRI-HI-Y: FRONT ROW: D. Light, C. Halsell, A. Stover, P. Wilds, T. Forti, Miss E. Hull, advisor. SECOND ROW: M. Reist, M. Matala, G. Wolfe, B. Long, B. Blatt, S. Irwin, M. Hitz, N. Vano- vich. THIRD ROW: K. Bucher, J. Schmalzer, S. Sher- man, I. Dull, B. Bowman, I. Wethington, C. Ehrhart, M. Elliott. FOURTH ROW: G. Spannuth, S. Boyer. ' :fl A 516.7-fl? lf SENIOR TRI-HI-Y: FRONT ROW: M. Zimmermann, C. Beard, B. Baylor, C. Mease, J. Love, S. Cooper, Mrs. Keller, advisor. SECOND ROW: P. Heffner, P. Berry, E. Krum, S. Shuey, P. Herr, D Kelly, J. Elliott, E. Loser, L. Loose, R. Gibson, G. Hostetter, D. Fleer, C. Dohner, D. Shultz. gfllb f77I7ffI7W Ehrisfian Ideals A-C TEEN TRI-HI-Y: FRONT ROW: J. Hixson, D. Custer, S. Pfautz, L. Kruger, E. Sohlman, Ivlrs. Rank, advisor. SECOND ROW: D. Graham, C. Seyfert, C. Wartluft, R. Dillard, A. Snavely, J. Long, S. Long, V. Imboden, J. Caldwell, B. Funk, P. Boyer, K. Ragguinto. THIRD ROW: M. Weaver, B. Smith, S. Bowman, D. Wise, J. Folk, B. Grub, D. Rasp, J. Martin, K. Pelligrini, B. Fake. FOURTH ROW: D. Delong, G. Wal- mer, D. Struphar, J. Hanlin, L. Estep. 1 . Rl -til l SENIOR HI-Y: FRONT ROW: J. Karsnitz, B. Watts, P. Blantz, Mr. Allwein. SECOND ROW: H. Habecker, H. Brandt, I. Dohner, J. Beyerle, T. Keller. THIRD ROW: I. Behney, R. Achey, R. Stegall, J. Kauffman, R. Stephen, D. Boger, G. Sheetz, FOURTH ROW: S. Browning, E. Barry, B. Wentling, R. Baylor, F. Dic- bus, C. Tobias, B. Chadwick, T. Ebright. Serziar ffl- y and Hlzemisfry 61110 Dvmrwsirafes to ,Members the Value' af Di1fersWc'd Jnfvresfs CHEMISTRY CLUB: SEATED: G. Ruth, R. Brandt, T. Ebersole, M. Kreider. STANDING: H. Rnsp, K. Hftrsgll. Ensminger, D. Zellers, C. Trombo, J. Heffner, C. Kingsley, D. Schumacher, T. Seltzer, K A rig t. 1 J WIND ENSEMBLE: FRONT ROW: J. Ensminger, G. Colvin, T. Ellenberger, D. Dutweiler, R. Smith, D. For- wood, P. Goodman, J. Gingrich, K. Fake, E. Stine, D. Fine, C. Ehrhart. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lemon, A. Achey, L. Troutman, K. I-Ieeter, B. Watson, J. Killinger, T. Sweigert, J. Kercher, A. Rhoads, R. Books, J. Zearfoss, D. Kauffman, J. Colvin. THIRD ROW: D. Dengler, S. Lemon, T. Ebersole, J. Sollenberger, L. I-lower, J. Ebersole, J. Shuey, H. Miller, W. Stover, K. Kreamer. FOURTH ROW: L. Sheaf, R. Hamer, K. Weimer, G. Ruth, L. Miller, J. Heffner, D. Miller, R. Hartman, 1. Rudy, T. Smith, T. Waltz, W. Sholly. Scnirfr High Hand ,Uerfzfrms in , 5 BRASS CI-IOIR: FIRST ROW: L. Hower, J. Ensminger, J. Shuey, J. Sollenberger. SECOND ROW: J. Huffncr, R. Hartman, D. Zcllers, T. Smith, D. Miller, 1. Rudy, L. I-Iempcrly, T. Waltz. THIRD ROW: L. Miller, K. Zeidcm, R. Hamer, M. Campbell, G. Ruth, K. Wcimcr. FOURTH ROW: H. Miller, K. Kreamcr, W. Sholly, W. Stover. its llszazl Ouisfand hy Manner 63 V.-s.-M V ff- 'f ' mliiilil' 75 SENIOR DANCE BAND: FIRST ROW: C Lutman, J. Colvin, D. Kauffman, J. Bogcr, J. Zcurfoss, R. Hicls, j. Ferns- ler, T. Ellcnbcrgcr, G. Colvin, J. Ensmingcr. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hucy, D. Fine, 1. Sollcnbcrgcr, K. Krcamcr K. Wcimcr, G. Ruth, L. Miller, R. Hamer THIRD ROW: D. Dcnglcr, R. Graby, R. Hartman, T. Smith, j. Rudy, J. Heffncr, T. Waltz. E LQ211 rd CLARINETS: FRONT ROW: M. Howell, P. Sheetz, L. Troutman, T. Ellenbcrger, D. Books, J. Kil- linger, K. Sudbury. SECOND ROW: L. Dinnison, J. Tittle, B. Keller, B. Watson, T. Swcigart, D. For- wood, R. Smith, D. Dutweiler, J. Kercher. THIRD ROW: G. Boyer, C. Colvin, K. Heeter, S. Roycr, C. Comins, D. Thompson, A. Rhoads, R. Books, J. Ensminger. FLUTES AND SAXOPHONES: FRONT ROW: E. Stine C. Ehrhart, M. Matala, P. Goodman, J. Gingrich, D. Fine. SECOND ROW: J. Colvin, S. Horn, K. J Fake, D. Daubert, S. Smith, P. Wilds, J. Fernslcr. THIRD ROW: T. Ebersole, C. Luttman, J. Zearfoss R. Hicks, C. Miller, D. Kauffman, j. Boger, S. Lemon. I Seciivns af Hand l6'lcr1d Zvgcthcr PERCUSSION: FRONT ROW: D. Wzirtluft, A. Achoy, R. Dcnglcr, B. Granger, R. Howell. SECOND ROW: B. Lcntz, L. Shcuf, B. Graby, L. Light. , I 6. M 554. it 35 BAND FRONT: FRONT ROW: L. Shipp, C. Houser, P. Lasch L. Dinnison, J. Shaffer, S. Dissinger, C. Brandt. SECOND ROW: J. Barry, E. Sohlman, C. Mease, M. Wollum, D. Fleer, C. Nissley, W. Bates, A. Berry. I BRASS: FRONT ROW: L. Hower, J. Ensminger, I. Sollen- berger, J. Shuey. SECOND ROW: H. Miller, W. Stover, W. Gartley, B. Ebersole. THIRD ROW: S. Ebersole, L. Miller, K. Zeiders, R. Hamer, M. Campbell, G. Ruth, K. Weimer, J. Winters. FOURTH ROW: K. Kreamer, W. Sholly, R. Rowe, J. Rittle. Ejfccfilfeq d x TRUMPETS: FRONT ROW: G. Walborn, R. Long, T. Waltz, J. Tice, E. Fansler, M. Bomgardner. SECOND ROW: G. Klein, L. Hemperly, C. Trombo, R. Wartluft, D. Zellers, B. Hartman. THIRD ROW: C. Kingsley, B. Albert, D. Mil- ler, T. Smith, J. Rudy, L. Miller. 65 The Senior C1ass's contribution to the folk singing world are jake, Carole, and john. Y ---in y46f!5' Vocal Qraups Kcpresenfafives in AC's boy's quartet per- forms during the annual Christmas Program. The ACHS Chorus is seen performing at the annual spring concert. 66 Send Many Outstanding Distric! nnd Kvgionnl Cfnorns GLEE CLUB: FRONT ROW: E. Loser, B. Baylor, L. Dinnison, C. Ehrhart, K. Fake, B. Keller, C. Beard, 1. Kercher, M. Woolum, Mrs. Sollenberger, director. SECOND ROW: T. Ellenberger, D. DeLong, E. Krum, M. Long, D. Lewars, I. Schwenk, J. Gingrich, S. Horn. THIRD ROW: S. Gingrich, H. Miller, T. Gingrich, K. Kreaincr, D. Climenhaga, J. Rittle, I. Ensminger, P. Rohland. FOURTH ROW: D. Miller, H. Habecker, L. Sheaf, B. Wentling, K. Weimer, B. Hartman, H. Brandt. 1 , P 67 Senior Jake Ensmingcr, one of AC's best vocalists, rep- resented our school in the District and Regional Chorus. STAGE CREW: FRONT ROW: I. Atkins, J. Fake K. Hamm, D. Diamond, , R. Rowe. SECOND ROW: 3. Mr. Brandt, advisor: B. Boger, G. Achcy, G. Kline, W. Finkbincr, M. Guildoon. THIRD ROW: R. Hicks, D. Stoner, B. Haak, R. Bowman, F. Wamplcr, B. Bicl-deman. ' 4 f X' V .,... K 'Si W' Q V PROJECTIONISTS: KNEELING: R. Dubbs, R. Thomas, R. Houscr, j. Fake, R. Hostctter, T. Achey, M. Ris ser, R. Bombcrger, B. I-Iaak, D. Ston- er, R. Rowe, J. Bohr. STANDING: Ivir. Swingholm, advisor, D. Wicks, R Risser, D. Meyers, R. Miller, H. Schwalm, R. Goodman, B. Zimmer- man, R. Litz, G. Achey, M. Guildoon J. Bowers. Serv be Orgauzkafiaus TRACK ASSISTANTS: FRONT ROW: C. Beard, E. Solenmn, B. Granger, B. Baylor, K. Fake. SECOND ROW: D. Books, D. Wartluft, L. Hower, S. Tom, j. Rudy, K. Krcamer, A. Achey, C. Tice, C. Mease, THIRD ROW: S. Cooper, J. Gingrich, M. Zimmermann, S. Bowman, D. Thompson, S. Young, L. Estcp, P. Laush, P. Kline, I. Folk, D. Daubert, C. Nissley, D. Delong. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Wilyngq Give nf their Uma TOP: LIBRARY CLUB BOTTOM: HALL PAT Pl fiffmcurriculzzr ,llcfivifics Offer Students Many 5'1fmf1s af Diwrsim 70 LL .m. . . . S P' A .. m- s n A mi . ,,,: .. X C 'X -jk .. .C . .X ' i . . ss i , , 13., :J A sw sis: , 'iii' . 3 L, KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS' COURT: SEATED: K. Uhler, Princess, R. Marquette, King, J. Loose, Queen, C. Karsnitz, Prince. STANDING: C. Weimer, D. Dutweiler, G. Bissinger, A. Stover, B. Wentling, I. Fisher, M. DeLong, R. Bomberger. ldaa and .Qaaaa af Hearts ' Daaca .75 l6'ia jaaiar J-liah Sacial fam! ' A 'X R A. Stover, R. Marquette, King, J. Loose, Queen, B. Wentling. YS we if P JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: P. Boger, M. Wcthington, S. Shenk, J. Loose, J. Fisher, C. Karsnitz, R. Marquette, S. Long, L. Hitz STANDING: D. Tice, D. Eshelman, D. Peters, G. Light, M. Zeck, Nlrs DeHart, advisor, R. Marquette, K. Uhler, T. Adey, M. Tobias, V. Miller. I 1 . 6 5 Sfbi 0 8 ll JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY JUNIOR HIGH SPORTSMAN'S CLUB jurzizfr ffzylz 611165 New TOP: JUNIOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA BOTTOM: RADIO CLUB EIGHTH GRADE TRI HI Y NINTH GRADE TRI I-II Y jlfllfkf WH!!-kvundvd Pcrs1fm1Hfic's JUNIOR FUTURE FARMERS OF AIVLERICA JUNIOR HI Y . I W1 0 QM' e"35Q in 2 mob Members of junivr High Valuable Szpcrivnce JUNIOR HIGH DANCE BAND I JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS Instrumental Groups Gain gor ?ufurc Musical Harms Junior High Chorus sings well during the annual Cl-:ri ffl juuivr fliglz Students Wm! Zfluzf School Includes gllffl Walk and flag 1-fr. V' ,ff W E I N. La. K ,f 1 fi- .Q GE' " x .r 7: 7 W' X f 1 1 if X ' 4- ,f,' I fggpf.-W' f if 17111, ' .JU -it X Ig'NxN"' lv X X K W V Ax! 'linxilfl A X s WSQQM VS f 'kuxhl' w' li' Qh 4 X . ff: gs, -lx ,-7 'i My A C f W A791 Q1 ! 'W ,V ,vc S120 hm NI, 4 1 I f M! f"'fA"- fn. 41'A"'f 4 4 f' 4,nf,,'lf,A nl -Q I JI 1' X, Chl' l'!I r, lx! ffif' J f' 4 rf It l I 'f' ll.. " " f L, ,'fl!1f'fIif.gQ A' :W .xx':QX.xQ 'pi A X Xb X , 'grf?f' 'QW' 'lf X fy W7 .ft .., , f X4 .N 'X . . . wif-Q 'A if s l " f' A-nj. . Q A h"'mm'n:elm.. x Xi v X f""3 .33 .., - I :LZI J, . W X is JV v Q- .f5:,.r,f.-.w5 Y, Q but-I 'sail -il It was the same old story in the Lebanon-Dauphin Cross Country League as Annville-Cleona and Lower Dauphin once again fought it out for the dual meet championship. In head-to-head competition each team beat the other on the opponent's courseg thus, they shared the Dual Meet Championship . Coach George Gerber's harriers, how- ever, used great team depth to success- fully outdistance the field in retaining , their League Meet Championship. Dennis Weidler, Wayne Tshudy, and Greg Colvin battle to stay up with the leaders during a dual meet in League competition. SCORES AC OPP. 15 CD East 42 22 M-town 36 15 Elco 53 27 L. Dauphin 28 19 Hershey 41 15 C. Weiser 53 19 C. Weiser 46 15 Palmyra 50 15 Palmyra 50 22 M-town 35 15 Elco 51 28 L. Dauphin 27 15 L. Dauphin 55 15 C. Valley 48 LEAGUE MEET lst AC DISTRICT THREE MEET lst Spring Grove 4th AC Biffle Duffhmen Harriers fic leaped! as league CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW: M. Campbell, G. Colvin, D. Weidler, J. Colvin, Mr. Gerber, coach, H. Habecker, W. Tshudy, J. Shenk, B. Zimmerman. SECOND ROW: O. Wethington, R. Risser, J. Atkins, C. Borges, I. Kleinfelter, B. Books, D. Stephen, R. Felty. THIRD ROW: S. Gingrich, R. Kerkeslager, T. Smith, C. Brown, J. Tom, T. Gingrich, G. Walborn, W. Wampler, R. Deimler. G1 .8-wi. . ...si A While doing exceptionally well in local competition, the Little Dutchmen failed once again to capture a District Three team championship as they finished fourth in an exceptionally strong field. Only jim Colvin, outstand- ing senior runner who finished fifth in the District Meet, qualified for the State Cross Cotmtry Meet where he placed seventeenth. 901' Dual Meet Ziflc and Mae! Hhampions 5 'I CROSS-COUNTRY SENIORS: O. Wethington, J. Tom, T. Smith, H Habecker, I. Colvin. Seniors Harold I-Iabecker and Jim Colvin provided leadership in sparking the team to a successful season. 79 Mike Campbell and Jack Shenk gave AC an unusually high quality of depth in dual meet competition. Q- ev Y- SOCCER TEAM FRONT ROW R Sm1th, mgr ,R Beyerle, R Stark C Karsmtz, R Miller B Kruger, B Long S Reese mgr , Mr Moyer, coach SECOND ROW T Waltz, B Stover, B Graby, R Marquette, L Sheaf, D Chmenhaga, I TICC, D Gerber THIRD ROW R Dengler, J Karsnitz, S Browning, B Chadw1ck, A Miller, B Wentlmg, R Stegall Howl: Mayer l6'1ds Qareufell af Dvdicatcd Service Action is fast and furious as the Little Dutchmen rush to the attack. "-vis ' . .5 ,yr ,H M' .Q ,A ik.. K, it wk' 4-vs. ,M A ,. .w . . ,,. w ,493 so-34' r M Y f' Q. , -gs -A.: Qffjfff 54 ..-fs fffzi. 351' .1fJw'5'?i- , , K J X, w xl ,nge ,,.,, , ,,-. ,X M, Q' A A, K.- S .. s 1 f 5 - .A 1, .' My.. Q- -,Ji f, . . V A, .,.- ,I .. .. ,..,, .. . K . .,... -. M, . - W 2 .wif bmah. ' X: 6 . H113 vi! ' . . 5, . :V 1 ' Q - V ' ., , A R xg- y it . A N K V V' L wi, in im, -sw 6545, Mm The high points of an otherwise dismal season for the AC booters occurred when the Little Dutchmen A displayed their best form in hustling V x 1 I Q to stalemates with both Tulpehocken ' ' and Elco, and Burks and Lebanon County Champions. In addition to these spirited team efforts, Terry Waltz and Art Miller won individual honors , A . fi ,OR . W .i . T in being selected to first-team berths on the County A11-Stars . ,K .QI . f1.- .' - ' is K . 4 Q 3 I if Eg? Rv.. 'ml 3 7 situ" , I " X A E .Q X , ,, ,.,,, , H ,'k , J . . .1,,.w12 Q A N,,:4k. K jklw .Y yn- V. V A ,J H' , . ,,,.-1--B r - x ...Lib -. . K J .ng-or Q, K .H - 5 A, va. .Q, 7 . . 'M"g' M' ., Y .. 'A " 7 ,L K: fi, -i. 1 . , .M F .-1 - A .t 7' U -f, 1 K , . - 'K - ' 's.-,ff.. W, : ., . i 153- , ...'s-,XA a .- A f. . i Q 'E-..'+r.,a-v4"V 'Z - fgi,-1 C l"f"f f . flfzgrf 5 "ar---'snll'tr'w.M-A - 5 far ' ew-it-f-'--+sf"2"'P 1 ri ...W V 'b J' f:'i,..js , ,Q Q, -wg., .4 .Je ,K X N, ff f 'itiywms f ' 5 , l fx: t f 4'- f-rfia. if . ,yy -3 ,iv,..f- :,,3,i.6T.,i-if-+. rjffitfsf' f...,,Q1,..,.,:fM 'Ivfw'r Q 4, s .- 'L R677 5"'W"1 f'fT'.a - . Q 2+ -- 'W ' wiff wm. .. ...gl Y ff - if-Q'-wvliw-.lv-fn' . .4 L K I I K 1' 1 H I SOCCER SENIORS: FRONT ROW: W. Stover, W. Chadwick, D. Climcnhaga, R. Denglcr. SECOND ROW: R. Stcgall, S. Browning, 1. Karsnitz, A. Miller. K OPP . SCORES AC 1 Tulpehocken 0 Lancaster 0 Elco 0 Cedar Crest 1 Norlebco 2 Elco 2 Cedar Crest 2 Norlebco 1 Elco 1 Cedar Crest 3 Norlebco Bill Stover, Senior letterman presents the retiring Mr. Moyer with a plaque honoring him for his devoted service as a coach at ACHS. E21 ,4fl1lefics,4ffcr Cufeufy years 5 Saucer Cfmch at ,46f!S .. . N . 4 A i, '- '42 ' r ii' 'ff SKA. -'.-2-.431 T 1 W .j f ...Q K- hx M .A Q! ips.: 'flivsaif .... - . .-as .eg . --- ,fllg ss .S 51. W Q. 1' L, X,.. . Q. , 4. was Q gzgzgis- Q.. The defense readies itself for the onslaught from Nor1ebco's forwards Coach Moyer watches intently as AC takes a throw- in. 81 i ,lu K SCORES AC OPP. Q 1 9 Susquehanna 18 Redland ' 12 Palmyra 13 Milton Hershey O 37 Pine Grove 14 14 Mechanicsburg 19 Lower Dauphin 6 Hershey 6 5 19 East Pennsboro 6 ,469 Zfofball Cram .75 As it prepped for its initial varsity season in 1967, the Annville-Cleona football team completed a highly success- ful year of jayvee competition with only a tie to mar an otherwise perfect slate. In compiling its fine record, the team exhibited the same hustle and determination that has been a typical of ACHS athletes. FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: K. Weimer, D. Bowman, C. I-Iontz, K. Adey, G. Boyer and G. Ruth, co- captainsg F. Deibus, K. Albright, F. Kless, M. Zeck, R. Henning. SECOND ROW: R. Baylor, T. Ebright, J. Ensminger, T. Keller, J. Beyerle, R. Thomas, I. Fisher, J. Behney, W. Irwin, K. Shuey, A. Gibble, D. Kyle. THIRD ROW: R. Ebersole, R. Bomberger, J. Dohner, G. Fansler, J. Newman, C. Goodman, E. Hartman, D. Royer, G. Leonard, N. Ebersole, D. Kruger. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Goudy, Mr. Fureman, and Mr. Stepp, coaches, M. DeLong, K. Wengert, S. Schaeffer, M. Habecker, S. Hontz, L. Pyles, T. Adey, mgr.g J. Fake, K. Berry, mgr. VARSITY HOCKEY: FRONT ROW: M. Matala, E. Loser, S. Cooper, L. Kruger. SECOND ROW: D. Dutweiler, M. Bixler, L. Dinnison, M. Reist, G. Wolfe. THIRD ROW: C. Comins, S. Bowman, I. Schmalzer, D. Light, R. Dillard, P. Goodman. FOURTH ROW: J. Shaffer, P. Heffner, S. Sherman, mgrs. , Coach Decker. lack af Strong Ofgn e Hurts .Wahl H0 key im O Team 3 O 0 Dawn Dutweiler and Linda Kruger fight for possession of the ball during the Cedar Crest. A "nb , . Susie Cooper, Mickey Bixler, and Sue Bow- man cautiously await an offensive attack from the opposition. i SCORES Norlebco C. Crest Elco Norlebco Elco C. Crest LV. HOCKEY: FRONT ROW: L. Partridge, I. Schoomaker, D. Graham, T. Forti. SECOND ROW: S. Grant, S. Irwin, D. War-tluft, D. Bools, C. Weimcr. THIRD ROW: J. Shaffer, J. Tittle, S. Dissinger, C. Mase. FOURTH ROW: E. Chadwick, C. Imboden, M. Matala, M. Kramer, Coach Hulshizer. -T -. A J. fwlzf-iff Q- , .L .P GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL: KNEELING: J. Long, E. Loser, L. Dinnison. STANDING: P. Goodman, mgr.5 D. Books, mgr.g S. Boyer, C. Comins, L. Kruger, D. Struphar, Miss Decker, coachg J. Schmalzer, D. Light, R. Dillard, P. Wilds, mgr., G. Wolfe, mgr. Jeannie Schmalzer seems boxed in after snarin one of the man rebounds she S Y garnered throughout the year. ff. little' Dufclzgirlv Dominate SCORES AC OPP. 17 49 L. Dauphin 37 Lebanon 19 36 C. Crest 20 32 Norlebco 24 49 Elco 10 41 Lebanon 34 37 Norlebco 25 32 C. Crest 17 27 Elco 19 Sophomore Lianne Dinnison, shown shooting a foul shot agamst Cedar Crest, was one of the outstanding scorers on this year's team Q -. 4 k..v" an ,,,. - eg., , . X E430-.W 84 'L sv' .M fs 'Q' N' be 41 S ww ,..,.,,t.. ,, . W K QQ.. - K - M . .N swift A ., ' 5 Charlotte Comins looks for a team- -, mate to get open under the basket. 1 Q' Dominated by underclassmen, AC's Little Dutchgirls showed none of the lack of skill that one might ordinarily think a relatively inexperienced team would exhibit The Dutchgirls won their third consecutive county championship as they were undefeated in league play. xx 1' 4-f Jeannie Schmalzcr easily Wins a jump off. Lfwmfy for Zflzird Straight year 601 an .M 8.1! SCORES OPP . Lebanon 17 Norlebco 1 3 Cedar Crest 48 Elco 1 3 Lebanon 17 Norlebco 19 Cedar Crest 16 Elco 7 GIRLS' J.V. BASKETBALL: KNEELING: K. Gress, C. Weaver, C. Ticntcr, M Reist, L. Partridge, M. Matala. STANDING: K. Heeter, B. Chadwick, A. Rhodes, C. Imboden, D. Dutweiler, T. Forti, Miss Decker, coach. 85 .xv if - . .jp BASKETBALL SENIORS: B. Chadwick, G. Sheetz, A. Miller, H. Habccker, R. Rademacher, R. Stegall. Terry Waltz snarcs a wild pass in a home game with Milton Hershey. SCORES OPP. Hamburg 62 Cedar Crest 59 Elco 35 Susquehanna 70 C. Valley 62 Hershey 64 Alumni 49 Lower Dauphin 52 Mechanicsburg 48 Middletown 74 Milton Hershey 61 Palmyra 61 Redland 61 Susquehanna 65 C. Valley 64 Hershey 55 Lower Dauphin 75 Mechanicsburg 51 Middletown 87 Milton Hershey 46 Palmyra 61 Red Land 53 MP' M-ls.,,, Basketball 6611171 Krcuks ., -fr Richie Henning and Tom Keller, AC's top backcourtmen, show their hustle 3 4-r"" 'L- "1-my QL. at QV ,ef ,ff y' . - - -1 ,X W- mt, J., r 'W-'lr' ' . " 'i l fam in Initial AC's varsity basketball team finished its first season in the CAC by breaking even in eighteen gamesg in addition, the team also broke even in its four non- league games. While eleven wins and eleven losses is not a spectacular sea- sonal record, the team did have some outstanding successes including its fine overtime win over Cumberland Valley, the only first half loss suffered by this aggregate. lt was hoped that this fine victory would propel the team to greater heights, but despite the efforts of co- captains Harold Habecker and Art Mil- ler, the team never reached its poten- tial. M4 'Y ber 4? il- ah. .. -Q 0 "I ...,. o 1 1' x Q.. ' f Kerry Hempcrly pulls down a re- bound as Richie Henning and Harold Habecker look on. Season af 6,46 Hvmpelzlzvn V 'y' Y v VARSITY BASKETBALL: KNEELING: 'R ' ,fi X C7 K. Kreamer, K. Wampler, mgrs.3 V ' C A., C 5 Mr. I-Iains, coachg S. Browning, . -s mgr. SECOND ROW: T. Keller, T. Waltz, R. Henning, H. Habecker, R. Radcmachcr, K. Hcmperly, W. Chadwick, G. Shcctz, R. Stcgall, G. Ruth, A. Miller. M f . we Xwxglv of if - SV -i..... ,,.--ff' ' 60-Hapfains ffzlbccker and Miller Hin ,411-Y far l6'erfl1s IV BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: D. Gerber, I. Shuey, D. Kruger. SEC- OND ROW: lvlr. Allwein, coachg B. Watts, C. Miller, H. Zeiders. THIRD ROW: B. Went- ling, F. Deibus, R. Baylor, J. Shenk. JV SCORES Hamburg Cedar Crest Elco Susquehanna C . Valley Hershey Lower Dauphin Mechanicsburg Middletown Milton Hershey Palmyra Red Land Susquehanna C . Valley Hershey Lower Dauphin Mechanicsburg Middletown Milton Hershey Palmyra Red Land 91 5 .- L 1... fig. w... 'Ns Q ., .N Qmgnnnlune is-.Q A. ni w. 3 OPP . 54 65 50 55 40 50 46 35 67 34 46 57 64 47 36 66 37 66 55 48 36 junior High Basketball: FRONT ROW: S. Vanovitch, mgr.5 Mr. Lingle, Coach, J. Shade, mgr. SECOND ROW: C. Karsnitz, L. Keller, R. Smith, R. Stark. THIRD ROW: J. Fisher, M. Habecker, R. Bom- berger, C. Keller, W. Kline. FOURTH ROW: G. Cutman, R. Loeb, D. Gingrich, R. Ebersole, R. Marquette, M. DeLong, R. Marquette, B. Herr. FIFTH ROW: D. Sollenberger, T. Foltz, D. Snavely, T. Smith, T. Adcy, J. Bowers, R. Long, P. Kreider. yuuiar High lgaskvfball Umm E755 far Erfuufy Khampiaushzjv Let me take that shot again! w What I need is a springboard! JR. HIGH SCORES AC OPP. 48 E-town 33 58 I-I. Houch 70 48 H. Houch 57 46 Palmyra 40 49 Norlebeo 33 30 M. Hershey 44 48 Leb. Catholic 63 46 C. Crest 33 40 Palmyra 30 53 Norlebco 48 33 Leb. Catholic 38 26 C. Crest 28 57 Norlebco 29 28 M. Hershey 55 44 Leb. Catholic 64 41 C. Crest 29 36 Palmyra 49 36 M. Hershey 38 I 4 VA RSITY CHEERLEAD - wiki! JNX? ref-f4x ERS: B. Baylor, L. I-lower B. Keller, K. Fake, B. fjxff Granger captain- F. Lauer, Achcyi LQ. C3 Khcerlcaders Prrwidc' Plenty af Sclzrwl Spirit Wartluft, A. Stover, captain, I. Dull. STANDING: M. Windle, M. Hitz, K. Bucher, J. Tittlc. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: B. Granger, R. Lauer, P. Boger, J. Loose, captain, V. Miller, S. Unger, S. Shenk. SCORES AC OPP 3 C . Weiser 4 3 Cedar Crest 6 0 Hershey 7 O Elco 9 1 Tulpehocken 8 3 Hershey 5 4 C. Weiser 5 l 3 Elco 4 fi K fi S 3 Tulpehocken 6 J 1 Cedar Crest 8 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: FRONT ROW: J. Tittle, L. Poorman, J. Schmalzer, C. Comins, L. Partridge, C. Weimcr, L. Dinnison. SECOND ROW: D. Light, mg1:.g D. Dutweiler, C. Kreiser, K. Rhoads, J. Shaffer, P. Wilds, S. Irwin, P. Sheetz, M. Reist, M. Matala, Miss Hulshizer, coach. Zcwzis Umm ufcrs losing Seasvu During Kebuilding year 3 P-.w - .. - A A ' 313' . - L kk.. 1 . k K-5 A ' us--lfffzw ff-fwng., X ' V 1 ,QS While winning track championships at AC has produced a rather commonplace, ho-hum attitude on the part of many individuals, such was not the case with this year's team members, coaches, and dedicated fans . They realized that maintain- ing a winning tradition is perhaps the most diffi- cult task in the sporting world. I-Ioned to reach its peak early in the season, the track team nipped a strong Cumberland Val- ley aggregate 76-74 in its second dual meet of the conference season. Despite the fine balance of the league, the remaining dual meets were cap- tured in decisive fashion although few individual performances improved because of the adverse weather conditions. After repeating as undefeated CAC Dual Meet Champions, the Little Dutchmen went on to catch their "second wind" as they were victorious in "the one that got away"--the CAC League Meet Championship. In a CAC dual meet Terry Waltz beats teammate Jim Karsnitz to the wire in the hundred yard dash. One of the many fine underclassmen on the team, Terry Depth Enables Crack Cram to AC's lone representative to the State Meet where he took a fourth place medal, high jumper, jim Karsnitz set a school record of 6' 3 1f4" in placing second in the District Three Meet. Until suffering this defeat, Jim was all-victorious, having been undefeated in both dual and special meet competition. In the latter category, he captured first place in his specialty in the Shippensburg, CAC League, and County Meets. Hampered by being placed in a slow heat, AC's mile relay team--consisting of Greg Colvin, Terry Waltz, Rick Wartluft, and Harold Habecker--still set a school record in the District Meet with an excellent time of 3:3O.9. The best weightman in ACHS track history, Rich I Klopp holds the school record of 52' 3" in the shot- t'-fi I L put, in addition, he also has thrown the discus i 4, , further than any other Little Dutchman fexcepting '- " -p X, I. teammate Bob Wentlingj with a toss of 149' 3 1!2" X 4 is E X ' - -' ' to his credit. V if ""' A J v f gg . if 1' f clfi KW 92 , ' QQ' ,Q ' N . ' Y it 3,1 lsr 4 'i ffglnf f M .f :san or . 1 ' .,. QKZQ: A 1. F Q did an excellent job whether he was broad jumping, sprinting, or running anchor on our relay teams. x Although only a sophomore, Bob Went1ing's performance throughout the year marked him as a potential champion in his speciality the dis cus. Setting a new meet and school . record with his toss of 149' 9 1f2" in the CAC League Meet, Bob's first place performance helped spark the Little Dutchmen to victory. . . A' x f .5 . One of the track team's , -, 'ff best natural athletes, Jan 1 , ' Behney excelled in the ' ' ' javelin throw in which 4 he established a school , mark of 171' 9 1f2", ' .1 " 1 Y ' Ian, Whose biggest vic- , . , 2. tory was in the CAC , - 5' S -'f1,,.f'J League Meet, also ran ,K rn 'rfffl f 41- ff, a fine leg on the 880 W F ' ' .. .' Relay Team. i L, , -.4 .. X . Ac' '77 ' y i .-.4 . A - Y I N i, :, . .1 . ,X . ,.. . x.. - 4 , , - A 166,11 at ll 6,46 Dual Aflac! Kluzmp VARSITY TRACK: FRONT ROW: O. Wethington, H. Brandt, J. Karsnitz, J. Behney, T. Tom, J. Sollenberger, R. Klopp, R. Brandt, W. Sholly, G. I-Iitz, H. Habecker. SECOND ROW: J. Colvin, R. Wartluft, K. Adey, D. Weidler, M. Campbell, R. Tshudy, K. Weimer, L. Miller, G. Colvin, R. Weaber. THIRD ROW: K. Mase, D. Schumacher, R. Baylor, J. Ensminger, R. Wentling, F. Diebus, J. Fernsler, G. Walborn, W. Wampler, J. Shenk, D. Gerber, Mr. Gerber, coach. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Fureman, coachg B. Watts, C. Miller, D. Wickes, K. Wengert, H. Rasp, D. Kyle, J. Kleinfelter. FIFTH ROW: L. Light, H. Miller, mgrs., M. Zeck, T. Waltz, J. Hower, S. Gingrich, I. Kaufman, A. Gibble, Mr. Stepp, coach. Smith, J: 93 D' lifflr: Dutchman is' ffffff Overwlwlms in Mnuing the 'Rf' 1 is ,g-,,,,5,, Underclassmen hurdlers--Henry Rasp, Mike Zeck, Rick Baylor, and jim Fernsler Qnot picturedj--cap- tured second place in the shuttle hurdles during the Ian Behney gets ready to hand off to Guy Hitz during the rain-abbreviated Lebanon R919-YY running of the County 880 Relay. Rick Wartluft, who ex- celled as anchorman, and lead off man Cary Walborn were ' the other members of the team which finished a strong second. SPECIAL MEET SCORES SHIPPENSBURG INVITATIONAL 4th Place CEDAR CLIFF RELAYS 4th Place CAC LEAGUE MEET lst Place PIAA DISTRICT THREE MEET 4th Place LEBANON COUNTY MEET lst Place Members of the track team relay between events during a CAC dual meet held at ACI-IS. LEFT: One of AC's most improved runners , Dennis Weidler lf - consistently came through with top performances in both the 'swirls' 880 and mile runs. RIGHT: Typifying the fine team depth of this year's weight- men was the outstanding performance of AC's Shot-Put Relay I team--consisting of Al Gibble QKNEELINGQ, Fritz Diebus fmissingj, Rich Klopp, and Bill Sholly--which took second place at the Cedar Cliff Relays with a total distance of over 185' . In one of the strategic events of the CAC League Meet, AC's Two Mile Relay Team--consisting of Guy Hitz, Dennis Weidler, Greg Colvin, and Harold Habecker-- won in a meet and school record time of 8:24.4. .Wife Umm Opposition 6,46 Hague Meet Undoubtedly, this victory gave the Little Dutchmen the necessary impetus to overwhelm the opposi- tion. W :ig L ,V 4. I if tr f if sfi' i ' F . f C ' Despite breaking his pole -Wifgft-1 ' ' A ' U midway through the sea- A son, John Sollenberger, y if af AC's best vaulter, cap- C ' , tured valuable points for , ,ff the team in dual meet , competition. f' Although not having done exceptionally well in the season's siderablyg for example, the County Title was practically clinched in the Lebanon News Relays before a torrential downpour post- poned the meet. Similarly, only the shotput relay team competed in the Cedar Cliff Relays because of weather conditions. In ad- dition, AC had to take a back seat to very few in the Shippens- burg Invitational and District Three Meet as in each instance it finished fourth in a field of fifth Class B schools. TRACK SENIORS: B. Weaber, H. Brandt, R. Brandt, B. Sholly, J. Behney, R. Klopp, H. Habecker, J. Colvin, J. Karsnitz, J. Sollenberger, O. Weth- f- ington, J. Tom, G. Hitz, T. Smith, J. Witmer. special meets, adverse Weather hampered the team's results con- ..-.L--1 2? Gig, 3 w-Q52 N' '4 . ' v . , fi 1,- Holder of the AC two mile record, jim Colvin set a new County record in his specialty the two mile and also took second place in the CAC League Meet. Left: Making a tremendous stretch- drive as a performer in the triple jump, Bruce Watts won second place in the CAC League Meet. Later, Bruce finished second and third in the County and District Three Meem, respectively. Right: Second best shotputter in AC history with a toss of 48' 5 1l2", Sophomore Al Gibble displayed the type of dedication befitting a future champion. Shown anchoring the winning two mile relay team in the County, Harold Ha- becker ran well in the 440 and 880 during the season whether as an indi- vidual or as a member of a relay team. 1 1 'T ...ug Sen 271' and jun 271' J! gh Crack In addition to anchoring the second place 880 relay team and the first place mile relay team, Rick Wartluft also won the 440 in the County Meet. AC's thinclads show winning smiles shortly after the completion of the County Meet where both teams were victorious. SCORES AC OPP. 82 Cedar Crest 9 32 Wilson 77 76 Elco 23 Norlebco 16 73 Palmyra 41 60 M. Hershey 22 90 M-town 56 122 E-town 33 73 Elco 28 Norlebco 14 84 172 Susquehanna 56 lf2 LEBANON COUNTY MEET 72 AC JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: FRONT ROW: B. Felty, M. DeLong, S. Schaeffer, J. Fisher, 39 R. Ebersole, R. Stark, B. Zimmerman, T. Rhoads, C. Goodman, G. Leonard, R. Pa1mYfa Risser, C. Karsnitz. SECOND ROW: P. Keller, T. Lingle, C. Greenawalt, R. Bom- CSCIQI' Crest 31 berger, R. Beyerle, S. Royer, T. Achey, C. Borges, D. Schumacher, J. Wise, J. Elco 20 Bowers, J. Atkins. THIRD ROW: Mr. Fureman, coach, D. Peters, B. Books, H. 14 Schwalm, J. Brummer, G. Light, T. Shaffer, T. Fernsler, T. Adey, D. Stackow, Norlebco Mr, Gerber, coach. FOURTH ROW: D. Custer and R. Graby, mgrs.g D. Sollen- berger, S. Reese, R. Books, C. Brown, R. I-Iostetter, M. Brandt, S. Vanovitch, Mr Steppe, coach. Gram Repeat a Zrfunfy Hluzmps ' Highest point scorer of the team, Barry Zimmerman set a junior high school record of 56. 1 in the 440 against Wilson. In the same meet he also sprinted ' the 100 and 220 in 10.8 and 24.2, respectively, making this triple-winning performance one of the best ever. Setting a new school record of 48. 9 and a new County Meet record of 49. 0 was the slick-passing 440 relay team consisting of Barry Zimmerman, Gene Leonard, Rick Risser, and Terry Rhoads. AC's only medal winner in the District Three Meet, Craig Karsnitz leaped 5' 1" to capture first place in the 100-120 pound high jump. Eighth graders Terry Rhoads, Phil Keller, and Chuck . H Greenaw alt combined with ' 0 f LL 4 if freshman Rick Risser to win dr- r f g , the County 880 Relay. 'K VARSITY BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: C. Hontz, R. Henning, 1. Dohner, G. Boyer, T. Schaffer, D. Bowman, Mr. Lingle, Coach. SECOND ROW: B. Reigle, mgr.5 D. Dengler, B. Albert, W. Stover, G. Ruth, T. Ebright, A. Miller, R. Bowman, F. Kless, mgrg--Missing: K. Shuey. SCORES AC Opp. l Milton lderishey 5 3 Lower Dauphin 2 3 Governor Mifflin 4 2 Norlebco 6 2 Leb. Catholic 3 7 Palmyra 0 4 Elco l 0 Cedar Crest 8 3 Norlebco 4 3 Leb. Catholic l 5 Elco 4 6 Cedar Crest 1 3 Palmyra 2 3 Norlebco 0 fplayoffj In one of the tightest races in the history of the County Baseball League, AC's fighting team made a successful drive to catch the season-long leader Norlebcog then the Little Dutchmen decisively defeated the same team in a playoff for the County Championship. In the process of winning the last few crucial games, the AC nine had to win a replay of a protested game with Cedar Crest with a come from -behind rally in the seventh inning. Throughout those pressure filled games, the team, led by the clutch hurling of Don Bow- man and Art Miller and the hitting of George Ruth, Rich Henning, and Bill Stover, played fine ball in bringing a well-deserved and long- delayed baseball championship to the school. Although he started the season as an out- fielder Bill Stover did an excellent 'ob J backstdpping the team to its championship. Charley I-lontz scores one of AC's runs during . its big seventh inning rally during the makeup of the protested game with Cedar Crest. 98 Kaseball 6661171 Sfrefrh Drive Hrfzmfy X t 4- we :W f all X is -msg,-5,22 -Q U .,, Stages Great E21 Hzzpfure Hhzzmpivushzp 'K 1 2 9 6 3 5 3 Don Bowman and Art Miller formed a formidable one-two pitching staff for ACHS in its crucial games. Prior to the continuation of the protested Cedar Crest game in the fourth inning, the Little Dutch- men confer at the mound before going on to its 6-1 victory. B BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: S. Hontz, M. Fake, H. Zeiders E. Brightbill, E. Fansler, Mr. I-Iains, coach. SECOND ROW: D. Kruger, R. Achey, B. Klahr, T. Gingrich, J. Tice, N. Boyer Marquette. SCORES OPP. Norlebco 1 Palmyra 6 Elco 11 C. Crest 9 M. Hershey 6 Norlebco 7 Palmyra 5 E-town 0 M. Hershey 6 C. Crest 4 Elco 6 Governor Mifflin 4 ,R. 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Richard Baylor ,gnc L -W S 8 -Q Barbara Blatt jg, 3 Rhonda Boger I ,fl l-. r N ri " ' xi B r t r "Q QI T' xr"?z Darleen Bomgardner 4- 3 f 3 Eilene Bomgardner A i-X M my 5 ' X Donna Books tram ' ra .M may ,ra SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISORS AND OFFICERS: ' SEATED: Gloria Wolfe, secretary, Bob Wentling, 7 ff: -5 J Joan Bofdlema-Y president, jeff Dohner, vice-president, Dean Kruger, N f Ellzabfih Bowman treasurer. STANDING: Miss Hulshizer, advisor, Mr. . g I, .wr gx Robert Bowman Hams, advisor, ,ilr B 611155 if '69 lyccomes ' I 5 d A I f Sv- ni ., al SVT' W f ll . E My , ,vi 0- i it rw? w G kg at c- .v: 4: 2 ' B ' rar S W W lrrr , ' B 7 .-., V S D '-, img ,I V f",rAxN 3 Q Q' .K wx: ' A r -X A it 505 A . - VP, :K t -i. R' - Ein sig :fl lgl ' P ll E 4. 3 . v ' K -,,,,j K Eg I vt -'S ,,r rg., w ,i ' , Q15 V f'?T?'4r...25l'131?..., . 95" . ff M -' A is rg fdffQ 'W f J - . y WW k:. X . 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S spffjigfe in ' I X ,A gwtmi ,f . - Q Xl n..hf'- ' ' W .4 51,w.4.l6t2b 1 tm Q 3 , Sophvmores Get thc' Zfri-611155 Barnard hawk ffWf"3 - , 1 ' X2 J . I X HW, . ,,...f, ..,. l . .v - - -'fi A r Q. Ai 0 :vm 1,-A 3 1 A 0 - . ,W 9: . mf t- -f ,F - 'I ,Q K If fi , I ll CA ST OF PYGMA LION Hrs! Eluzmfe to Ac! Durzug Play? Presenfafivn af Gwrge PVGMAEJ N Henry Higgins .......,. ,Colonel Pickering ........ Freddy Eynsford Hill ,..... Alfred Doolittle ...,,..... A Bystander Interested ,...... Another Bystander ...... Eliza Doolittle .,,...,..,. Mrs. Eynsford Hill ...,.. Miss Eynsford Hill ....... Mrs. Higgins ......... Mrs. Pearce parlor maid .. shoppers ......., The Hungarian ...... Larry Sheaf Harry Miller Lee Sheaf Jake Ensminger David Miller Dorcas Graham Mary Zimmerman .. Gloria Spannuth Janice Martin Karen Fake Sharon Horn Joyce Wethington Barbara Blatt Donna Books Connie Ehrhart Sue Sherman David Miller 13 x , X . ,. ,, A f.-A -y 8 ,gg . , A ,T W - A '1 Q -an , . ag- Vi M - .1:. x , n ' 1 A Q . . ,ww , any , . it HQ-ig.:-wr QQ fF?:i:1'.Z,'12w1S'.',rrb'B' 'Ii . 1: 5 . ' af- ' C i.w F' 'fl 'H' nf f Q, A Us '75 K f . ii'ff lr ' A xl ' ALI gil C X 2 51" 'I xxx X it gm., ' .4.i av K All 1' "Si my 5515! K If ,i , ' ' N 1 'Y 1 A l 1 f N- :I fr v-, L, vm 77 s'f3'f A A it yu-A fll-9, 5 fi V r g 'V 'F Robert Chabitnoy Elizabeth Chadwick Edith Cooper William Cox Randall Crawford Dale Custer Richard Deimler Donna Deitz Glen Achey Terry Achey james Atkins Michael DeLong Debra Dodson Debra Donmoyer Deborah Dubbs Linda Beard Norman Be are Roderick Beyerle Gail Bissinger Sharon Blauch Candace Boger Ronald Bomberger Harvey Bomgardner Barry Books Robert Books Craig Borges Charles Brandt Larry Dubbs Dawn Dutweiler Brenda Ebersole Richard Ebersole Ernest Brightbill Anne Brown Charles Brown Cynthia Eckenrode Martha Estep Kathleen Fake Mary Fake john Brummer Robert Bryce Larry Buffenmeyer Robert Felty Allen Fidler john Fisher Debra Forwood Janet Gerber Clair Goodman Maryann Graby Patricia Graby 110 ff" 294 SR . 1? N X 7 . .5 ' 2 t 5, wi J 1 .iw -5' ' 5' 1 2 an, f .Mary r. - il Kill Qf. , at i C C i Q, ,A x5'A":' 'jp R W, U I M 3... its . 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James Herr Q X , S4 L iw' L Marie Hitz f ' ', " ', LL 'L Gerald Hoffer E L jay Hoff er ' X A Linda Lieninger L Gregory Light L ML' A " L " 3 ' f., "il n Harold Hoffsmith ,f 1, qv. i L -1- - - L' ' Alan Hontz Q L- , 1' X -'j NL L L I W, Nevin Hoover X LX 5 X I 'rx Dwitht Hosetter -.1 rr iii . PKI, ski ll 'n Rodney I-Iostetter Lily Lingle Thomas Lingle fader lzzjv for janet Long Lois Long Student Eddy Jeanne Loose Reynolds Marquette Stephen Hostetter X . L Connie lmboden : if 6 Q 'VN r., Linda Irwin .. A Ln L' 5 I 'QL 1 L " L Craig Kaxsnitz .. LL ' ' ' ' A - -- ,ga janet Keener 1 X ' - I . L i 2 Kirby Martin -A N ' 375' K . ntl Grace Mase L S -. L - L - I Linda Keener M X' "'i ' -L L G L QL Christopher Keller " " '- L ' he 5- 5 1, L Lance Keller ' "Wi 5 N5 ' T gg L Randal Kelly K " i gr L , Robert Kerkcslager 1 A L I lVl31'YlVlatC1l3. , Judy McCork1e , N- Lx Susan Kline L I -' William Kline L ' 1 'V' L Marilyn Kreamer -fx if i . L A Lynn Kreider S , L ' Cheryl Kreiser ' Clyde Meyer : David Meyer 'mx Clair Kreiser Deborah Kreiser 4 Sandra Kreiser Ben Kruger Qs, Roie Lauer Q, , 1 ff',2,, . 'Q 'lr 'Nm ll' AL J! 9 U .L 'QNJ L X A fhx ,K -Q 52-ff ig .Lrg 'ul S 3 - S3 L L R1 ,v- :va i ' - v A K h ka X w i 1 Y of if x q A. X fm 'EM Q f .P u 6 fi 7 vu fv vu . . Q 5 a. xm, I wk --1 1 XF iii. .i Q., 1. to :fl is 15, f gp ' - ,Rafal A . 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Chadwick Daryl Ray Climenhaga james Clay Colvin jolinda Ruth Cook Charolotte Suzanne Cooper Gary Robert Daugherty Derrick Christian Deng er Lois Eileen Diem Linda Kay Dinnison Constance Susan Dohner Byron Thomas Ebersole Nathan Leonard Ebersole Timothy Brent Ebersolo Thomas Richard Ebright Thomas Edward Eckenrode Carole Lynne Ehrhart janet Louise Elliott jacob David Ensminger Karen Lee Fake Dawn Ann Fleer Rctty Louise Fomey Paul David Garrett Frances May Garrison jean Thumma Gingrich CLASS ROLL Linda Kay Gingrich Bonita Marie Granger Barry Lee Hank Harold B. Habecker Ch-nn Lce Heagy Patricia Anne Hcffner lauvsun A. Ht-mperly,jr. Patricia Ann Hcrr Sharon Evangeline Heverling Guy Marlin Hitz Gail jean Hostetter William George Irwin james Tice Karsnitz, jr. David Frederick Kauffman ji-ffrcy David Keiser Denise Renee Kelly jean Elaine Kercher Kay Louise Kcrkeslager jill Maxine Killinger Carol Ann Klein elter Frank Strcnc Kless Richard Daniel Klopp Mark David Krcider Kenneth Sterling Kreiser Elaine Elizabeth Krum Patricia Elizabeth Lasch Terrence S. Laudemiilch Sandra Kay Lingle Marilyn Louise Long Linda Louise Loose Ellen Grace Loser jane Maxine Love Carroll David Martin Cathy Rae Mease Arthur Schultz Miller David Eugene Miller Leonard Gene Miller Sandra Kay Miller Terry Leo Mumma Craig Eugene Ostrander Linda Gail Poorman Randall Dean Rademacher Mary Ellen Rohrer Linda May Rott john Edward Rudy janicc LaRue Schwenk Larry Warren Sheaf june Ann Shenk Guy William Sholly Shirley Ann Shuey Deborah jean Shultz Romaine Ann Smith Terry Lee Smith john Robert Sollenberger Ronald Paul Stcgall Richard William Stephen, jr. Evelyn jcanettc Stine David Frank Stoner William Herbert Stover Kathleen Helen Sudbury Thelma Almcda Sweigert Cynthia Lee Swingholm janet Marie Tanno Craig Rae Tobias jonathan Chung YVah Tom Cynda Louise Trihioli Brenda Ann Wampler Bonnie Lou Watson Delbert Rodger VVeal:er Robert Paul WVeaber Olin Lewis Wethinqton jeffrey Thomas Wil iams jay Larry YVinters john Michael Witmer Mary Ruth Woolum Kenneth Leroy Zeiders Dennis Lee Zellers Mary Lyman Zimmemiann H4 E760 SILVER PATRONS 1. Alken-Murray Corporation 2. Beard's Food Market 3. Roy S. Bierbower 4. Co-Ed Luncheonette 5. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper 6. Davis Pharmacy 7. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elliott 8. Engle Business Equipment, Incorporated 9. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Gingrich 10. Mr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Granger 11 . I-Iauck Manufacturing Company 12. l-lerr Welding Supply, Incorporated 13. Mr. H. W. Hoover 14. Hynum's Beauty Salon 15. William F. llgenfritz, Photographer 16. Dick Kercher, Tree Service 17. Krall Battery and Ignition Company 18. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kreider 19. Mr. and Mrs. joseph Kreider and Family 20. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kreider 21. Kreider's Market 22. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Loser, Sr. 23. Mr. Jesse K. McCoy 24. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Mease 25. Mr. Lloyd Miller 26. Rich's Bar 27. Mr. and Mrs. john O'I-Iara 28. Mr. and Mrs. Nimrod Saltzer 29. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sheaf 30. Sprecher's Diner 31. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stine 32. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sudbury 33. Mr. and Mrs. John Sudbury 34. Mr. Super 35. V. F. W. Post 8023 36. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson 37. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wolfe 123 GOLD PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Baylor john H. Boger and Son Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bolan Donald "Tony" Books, Contractor Brandt's Mill Cleona Building Supply Mark C. Dengler, Realtor Edward Don and Company Frick and Sons Mr. and Mrs. Marlin G. Fureman Granger's Provisions Mr. and Mrs. George S. Karsnitz Mr. and Mrs. james T. Karsnitz, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klopp Mr. Neil Layser L. B. 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