Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1968
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Provide The Educational Policies
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An Equal Opportunity In Life
ANNVILLE-CLEONA SCHOOL BOARD
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SENIOR HICH BAND
Concert Band Presents Sicilian
Vespers And A Medley From
According to Mr. Huey, the band
has completed another "musically
successful yea r." In competition
with about twenty-tive other bands
in the Harrisburg Chamber ol' Com-
merce parade contest, our band
proved its ability by winning a tro-
phy which denoted its excellence.
Not only did the band prove its
ability in the latter competition, but
it also proved its mettle in local
parades such as those staged to
celebrate various holidays. In addi -
tion to the several ensembles within
it this year, the band formed a new
addition, the football band, which
entertained at home and away games
Highlighting the year of enter-
tainment the Concert Band presented
its Annual Spring Concert. Included
in the program were SICILIAN VES-
PERS by Verdi, selections from
CAMELOT featuring nine vocal pre-
sentations, and the GRIEG PIANO
CONCERTO IN A MINOR.
Marching Band Wins
ANNVILLE-CLEONA MARCHING BAND
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Under the leadership of Mr.
Lingle, the baseball team again won
the County championship. After fin-
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season play, the team swept the
championship with ten straight vic-
tories without a loss. Considered
one of the finest ever produced at
A.C., the team met little difficulty
in taking the second championship
in a row. Since this was the last
year for the County Baseball League,
A.C. is proud to retire the trophy
George Ruth. Don Bowman, Rich
Henning, llerry Boyer, and Charlie
Hontz comprised the Keystone for
the success ot' the AC season. With
the battery ol' Bowman and Boyer,
plus the stickwork ot' Henning and
Ruth, complemented hy Charlie
Hontz's lusty hitting and vacuum-
like fielding, a team could not help
but take the County Championship.
ACHS Baseball Team
Sweeps Past Ten Straight Opponents In Successfully
Defending Its County Championship In The
4 M. Hershey 2
I3 Tulpehocken 5
8 Conrad Weiser 7
l Elco 5
0 Gov. Mifflin 4
l4 Norlebco l
4 Leh, Catholic 0
4 Palmyra 2
SENIOR BASEBALL PLAYERS
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Outstanding Seniors To Effect One
Of The Most Successful Seasons
In ACHS Baseball History
With the entering of A.C. I-LS. into
the Lower Dauphin Baseball League
next season, juniors Bob Long. Yogi
Zeiders, and jeff Dohner. along with
sophomore Ken Shuey and freshmen
Dale Gingrich and Bill Herr will have
to continue their rapid development to
attain the potential they've shown dur-
ing the l968 baseball season. Bolstered
by several outstanding members of the
B-Baseball team, AC should once again
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Milton Hershey 3
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North Lebanon 2
Cedar Crest 6
North Lebanon 6
Milton Hershey 3
Cedar Crest 2
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Pegged as one ol' the outstanding
basketball teams ol' the future when
they were in ninth and tenth grade,
this vear's basketball seniors failed
to provide those ingredients of lead-
ership that are so vital to a sueeess
tul team effort.
The lack ot' that intangible some-
thing which is an indispensable part
of all fine teams prevented this
year's basketball team from aehiev-
ing more than a so-so season as the
Little Dutehmen finished with 9-ll
and IU-l2 records in league and
overall play, respectively,
Little Dutehmen Basketball Tearn Suffers
With the loss ol' the seven se-
niors this season, coach Hains
has to start an extensive rehuild-
ing program il AC is to match
their accomplishments, Although
the team record did not show
much, the individual potential of
these athletes was of sueh a high
degree that only an intangible
something was needed to mold
them into a championship team,
Cedar Crest 52
Red Land 55
C. Valley 58
M, Hershey 53
M. Burg 47
M. Town 84
L. Dauphin 61
li. Pennshoro 56
Red Land 66
C. Valley 68
M. Hershey 65
M. Burg 58
M. Tovvn 69
L. Dauphin 93
E. Pennsboro 67
SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS
ACTS outstanding basketball
player, George Ruth, who
made first team All-County,
reaehed the l000 point plateau
in the Lower Dauphin ga me.
With a three year total oi' 1059
points, George is the Second
highest seorer in AC history.
George Ruth Becomes Second
Highest Scorer In ACHS Histoiy
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GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
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46 Cedar Crest 28
32 Iileo In
23 Lower Dauphin 24
57 Palmyra 34
34 Norlebeo I3
72 Lebanon I7
49 Cedar Crest 35
40 Eleo 23
33 Palmyra 37
47 Norlebeo 22
55 Lebanon 23
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Even though the AC
Dutchgals suffered a bitter
defeat to Palmyra, signify-
ing the end of twenty-seven
straight league victories,
they still shared the league
title, Despite the loss of our
two fine starting seniors--
Charlotte Comins and Rose
Dillard--an abundance of
returning lettermen and the
addition of several outstand-
ing members of the junior
Varsity indicate that the
prospects for next season
remain bright .
They Share County Championship
IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ,T EAM
17 Lower Dauphin 16
28 Palmyra 16
40 Norlebco 24
30 Lebanon 20
24 Cedar Crest 40
16 Palmyra 5
28 Norlebco 4
34 Lebanon 22
IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS
Splrlt ln order to promote better school spirit
during basketball season, the AC cheerleaders
along with the basketball band held various pep
rallies for the entire student body. These pep
rallies included a basketball game between the
Varsity and junior Varsity cheerleaders and
also a pep parade held prior to the Christmas
At basketball games the cheerleaders were
responsible for the development of school spirit
and for the amount of support given to our dedi-
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Throughout the school year, the
Chemistry Club had quite a few in-
teresting activities, During many
of the regular meetings held on the
third Friday of every month, the
lab equipment in B-ll was used for
various experiments. ln connec-
tion with one particular experiment,
the members enjoyed a lecture by
Dr. Griswold, a chemistry pro-
fessor at Lebanon Valley College.
The year was highlighted by a
Worthwhile field trip to the Arm-
strong Corporation in Lancaster.
Budding Scientists Use Chemistry
Club To Concoct Various Exotic Potions
SENIUR HIGH CHORUS
Senior High Choral Groups Perform Well
Glee Club Presents Gilbert And Sullivan,s
TRIAL BY IURY
In ziddition to the work ol' the Chorus
the Glee Club strove Iowa rd success-
fully presenting the Gilbert and Sullivan
production of TRIAL BY JURY. Under
the musical direction of Mrs. Sollen-
berger und the dramatic direction ol'
Miss McCulloh, Annville-Cleonu's first
operettu received favorable accolades
from the audience.
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DAUPHIN-LEBANON LEAGUE MEET CHAMPS
20 Ephrata 3
15 C.D. East 51
18 Hershey 3A
17 Middletown 5
15 Cumberland V. 5
17 Mechanicsburg 4
29 Milton Hershey 2
I5 Palmyra 4
15 East Pennsboro 4
23 Lower Dauphin 31
18 Elco 4
15 Susquehanna 5
25 Conrad Weiser 3
Little Dutchman Harriers Place Third In District
SO LANCO INVITATIONAL
Wayne Tshudy and
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Meet And Eighth At State
Jack Shenk Wayne Wampler
Led by the consistent running of a
fine group of seniors, AC's harriers
experienced another highly success-
ful season. Beaten only by Milton
Hershey in seasonal dual-meet com-
petition--a loss which robbed them
of the league's regular season cham-
pionship--our determined runners
avenged that defeat with peak per-
formances in overwhelming the op-
position in the League Meet.
In addition to this victory, the
Little Dutchmen captured the Solanco
Invitational Meet and placed third in
the Class B portion of the District
Three Meet. The latter performance
enabled the team to compete in the
State Meet where they finished a dis-
appointing eighth despite Wayne
Tshudy's fine running which netted
him a medal for twelfth place.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
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MISS RUTH WITTER
Though a comparative newcomer to the
Annville-Cleona High School faculty, Miss
Ruth Witter has continually exhibited those
traits whidh students most admire in their
teachers . While those seniors pursuing
courses in the commercial curriculum know
Miss Witter better than do those who have
enrolled in the academic or general courses
of study, we all have had the opportunity to
appreciate the positive influence of her in-
dustry, patience, common sense, and total
lack of affectation. As a way of expressing
our thanks for the years of devotion not only
on our behalf but on the behalf of students
past, present, and future, We the class of
1968 dedicate this volume of the CORINOMA
to Miss Witter.
G. l.OVxl,l.l. MORSI ON
Advisor: Sr. uml r. FFA.
AGRICULTURE DEPARTME T
Dircclors Sunior Class and Tri-
ART DEP RTME T
DRI ER EDUC TIO DEPARTME
Scicncc, Drivcr Educa-
JOSEPH HARTMAN Coach: Football
History, Drivcr Educa- Dircciorz Weight-traiiv
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BUSI ESS EDUCATIO DEPARTME T
iv NIARLIN SNIDER
ADA LIGHT Business Education RUTH WITTER
Business Education Advisor: FBLA. Business Education
MARLIN G. FUREMAN
Coachlmk CLI H DEPARTME T
Advisor: jr. Tri-Hi-Y.
ROBERT KRIBBS LEWIS LEIBERT
JAMES MARTIN MILDRED MYERS
English JOAN MCCULl,Ol'l English, Latin
Advisor: FTA. English Organist.
I DUSTRIAL ART
Advisor: Tri-Hi -Y.
Industrial Arts, Art
DEP RTME T
Advisor: Tri-Hi -Y.
LENORE LEBO RUTH SCHAFFER
Home Economics Home Economics
Advisor: Sr. Hi -Y. Advisor: jr. Hi -Y.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTME T
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Coach: Basketball, Baseball,
JENNIFER CAMPBELL Advisor: Junior Class, Varsity
Advisor: Ir. I-li-Y
KENNETH PARKS Advisor: Sr. High Student
JAMES D. IIUEY
Band, Dance Band
SOLLENBERCER WILLIAM LEMON
, Director: jr. and Sr. Director: jr. and Sr.
High Choral Groups. Concert Bands.
MUSIC DEPARTME T
Coach: Girls' Basket-
Advisor: Senior Class,
Coach: Hockey, tennis
l PHYSICAL EDUCATIO
Coach: Soccer, Basket-
RUSSELL GILBERT Coach: FooLbz1ll, jr. High
Science ROBERT WEBBER
Advisor: Projectionist Club, Science
Senior Class Equipment Manager
FSCIENCE DEPARTME T
Advisor: Chemistry Club,
Coach: Baseball, jr. High
Advisor: Radio Club
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SOCIAL STUDIE DEPARTME T
Coach: Cross Country, Tra
Advisor: jr. Tri-Hi -Y.
FRED ALLWEIN JAMES DIBERT
Advisor: Sr. Hi-Y. Advisor: Sr. Honor So
JAMES TICE ELEANOR WITMEYER
Advisor: Sophomore Class,
jr . Tri -Hi -Y.
For Relaxation ACHS Teachers And Coaches
Participate In Student-Faculty Contestsg
Others Accept The Spoils Of Victory
Faculty Members Assist In
Making ACHS Athletic Events
Enjoyable For Both Participants
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY
Field Hockey Teams Win First County
Championships In ACHS History
With the combination of
skill and the will to win, both
the Varsity and the J.V.
hockey teams won the county
championship for the first
time in AC history. Long,
hard practices and team
spirit helped to make the sea-
son a successful one. Although
the departure of five seniors
will be felt, we know that next
year's team will continue the
FIELD HOCKEY SENIORS
PIE LD HOCKEY
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Although the Little Dutch-
men's initial season of varsity
football competition could not
be termed entirely successful
from a won-lost standpoint,
the team did enjoy some bright
moments--especially when it
achieved victory over Milton
Hershey and East Pennsboro.
Even While sustaining losses,
the team spirit remained highg
only the lack of experience
prevented the team from
achieving more victories.
With the same enthusiasm
shown by this year's gridders,
next year's football team
members undoubtedly will
continue their rapid
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
6 Camp Hill 41
21 Milton Hershey l9
7 Cumberland Valley 9
l4 E. Pennsboro 6
7 Susquehanna 33
13 L. Dauphin 53
7 Middletown 39
14 Mechanicsburg 39
7 Red Land 14
0 Hershey 39
Football Team Shows Fine
Spirit ln Initial Season
Of Varsity Competition
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Letterrnen Leave Many Positions
To Be Filled By Eager Underolassrnen
14 Susquehanna 20
O Redland 19
O Palmyra 19
6 Milton Hershey 20
19 Pine Grove O
0 Mechanicsburg 22
12 Lower Dauphin 32
0 ers ey 9
6 East Pennslooro 12
In keeping with their goals for the future,
the Future Business Leaders of America main-
tained a busy schedule as the members par-
ticipated in local, area, and national activi-
ties. This year under the direction of their
president Carl Luttman and their faculty ad-
visor Mr. Snider, the Business Leaders met
the second Friday of each month to hold dis-
cussions, to listen to speakers, to plan field
trips, or to see films on different aspects of
the business world. Along with their already
busy schedule, the members participated in
competition of business skills with several of
their group winning awards for their capa-
bilities. Also these busy people took time to
serve others by entertaining the teachers and
secretarial staff at Christmas and by contrib-
uting their time and energy to the Easter Seal
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Future Business Leaders Of
America Strive For Perfection
SENIOR HIGH FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team
Enters State Competition
REGIONAL WINNERS: FFA PARLIAMENTARY
Led by the industrious
efforts of its fine presi-
dent Dale Hoover, the A-C
Chapter of the Future
Farmers of America en-
joyed its most successful
year. Individually, several
members of the local chap-
ter received honors, in-
cluding the Keystone
Farmer Degree and the
Award, which were be-
stowed upon Dale Hoover,
and the Mary Westenberger
Award which was awarded
to both Dale Hoover and
ED HEAGY AND
Parent-Son Banquet Highlights FFA Year
On a group basis, the FFA's excel-
lentachievements were even more dis
cernible. For instance, the Parliamen
tary Procedure Team after several
rather frustrating years finally re-
ceived the recognition it has deserved
Not only did the team Win the Lebanon
County Contest and the Lebanon-Berks
Area Contest, but it also Won the Re-
gional ll Contest. The latter win en-
abled our chapter's team to represent
southeastern Pennsylvania in the State
Contest, marking the first time any
team from a Lebanon County chapter
has won the right to compete in this
ln addition to the successes of the
Parliamentary Procedure Team, our
FFA chapter, using a Dutch scene as
its theme, constructed a float which
Won numerous honors in area Hallow-
een parades .
Future Hornemakers Of America
Seek Excellence In The Kitchen
Under the leadership of president Eva
Sohlman, the Senior Future Homemakers
of America enjoyed a great variety of pro-
grams . The members increased their
knowledge through various lectures and
demonstrations concerning homemaking. In
addition to their many in-school activities,
the members supplemented their treasury
with a successful sale of cookbooks . The
year was climaxed in May with a well-
organized Mother and Daughter Banquet.
Future Nurses Share Interest In Healing
Through Visiting, listening, FUTURE NURSES CLUB
and serving, the Annville-Cleona
members ofthe Future Nurses of
America learned about nursing,
In an attempt to learn about dif-
ferent training programs for
nurses, the local F.N.A. visited
both Saint Luke's Hospital in
Bethlehem and the new Hershey
Medical Center. Throughout the
year on the second Friday of each
month the girls listened to
speeches about the fields of
nursing presented by representa-
tives from various hospitals. On
a more pragmatic level, mem-
bers ofthe F.N.A. learned prac-
tical applications of what a
nurse's job entails as they prac-
ticed different phases ol' nursing 49
including how to make cancer
dressings . X
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Future Teachers View The Classroom
From A Different Perspective
Every Week the F.T.A. members relin-
quished one of their study halls for the pur-
pose of becoming acquainted with professional
teaching on both the elementary and secondary
levels . Those who made the trip down the hill
to the elementary building observed and took
part in classes ranging from grade one up to
grade five. Other members assigned to high
school classes had a chance to learn the prac-
tical methods of teaching biology, physical
education, English, math, and science.
During F.T.A. meetings, the club mem-
bers discussed the problems and satisfactions
of teaching with panels of college professors,
high school teachers, and college freshmen.
The year climaxed with an enjoyable and prof-
itable tour of the Kutztown State College
Hall Patrol Prevents
Chaos In ACHS Halls
SENIOR HI-Y CLUB
Hi-Y Continues Trend
With the inspiring leadership of their ad-
visor Mr. Allwein and the exuberance of their
president Bruce Watts, the Senior Hi-Y soared 54
to new heights of accomplishment, Exemplify-
ing the overwhelming consummation of their
goals was a highly successful endeavor into
the field of journalistic frugality, These
highly touted fine young citizens had ex-
tremely beneficial meetings on a bi-Weekly
basis to discuss amores and ethics of the
community at large ,
suming goal ofthe Honor Society
mbers was maintaining acceptable
olastic standards . They also
ieved, however, certain other ac-
nplishments. During every seventh
The most important and most time
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d a book sale for the convenience of
student body. ln April they presented
ir annual induction ceremony during
'ch they welcomed new members in
h a comical and serious manner.
ncluding a most beneficial year, the
nor Society enjoyed an almost -rained
picnic at Memorial Lake.
Scholastic Achievement Is
Demonstrated By The Honor Society
SENIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY
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Starsi' At The Iunior-Senior Prom
As April 27 approachefd, members of the
junior Class busily prepared for their part in
the junior-Senior Prom. In the usual manner,
conscientious members of the class worked
diligently Within only a few hours of the
dance's beginning to complete the decorations
centered around the theme "Stairway to the
Stars . "
Along with the cleverly contrived decora-
tions, one of the outstanding features of this
year's prom included the crowning of a king
and queen. Bob Wentling, junior Class Presi-
dent, officiated at the coronation ceremonies
of jack Boger and Sandy Royer.
LIBRARY ASSISTAN TS
Although few of the students at A-C realize
how much time the library assistants give to
the library, without the capable work of these
girls, the library would not be able to function
effectively. As one of their supplementary ac-
tivities the club also sponsors an annual
Christmas party for the district special edu-
cation class in the elementary schools , In
addition the girls also went on a field trip to
Millersville State Library Where they learned
about the field of library science.
Library Assistants Serve The Students
CROSSING THE BAR
Sunset and evening star, Twilight and evening bell,
And one clear call for me! And after that the dark!
And may there be no moaning of the bar, And may there be no sadness of farewell,
When I put out to sea, When I embark?
For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place
But such a tide as moving seems asleep, The flood may bear me far,
Too full for sound and foam, I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When that which drew from out the boundless When l have crost the bar.
Turns again home. Alfred Lord Tennyson
Every other Tuesday the staff
of the DUTCHMAN CRIER meets
in A-l to plan and to prepare for
the upcoming issue of the school
newspaper. Using as guides the
points brought out in Miss Ford's
lectures on journalism, the staff
strived to improve the CRIER
both in quality and in quantity. By
cutting layout from one Week to
one day the staff assured for the
student body hotter news, Also
they have enriched the newspaper
by including more photographs of
school activities .
The DUTCHMAN CRIER Improves Witdh
The Efforts Of A Capable Staff
Projectionists Aid Class Instruction
A familiar sight to all of us has been that
of the projectionist club members pushing
their movie carts through the halls. Despite
the impatient crowds of students, the projec-
tionists have continued to deliver visual aid
equipment to its destination, Whenever
needed, these boys were ready and willing to
show movies, run filmstrips, and set up
record players. Through their cooperation
these boys have done much to facilitate the
faculty member's upgrading of their schedules.
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During Their Last School Year, The Seniors
Enjoyed Many Moments Of Relaxation
HARRY MILLER- -PRESIDENT
ROBERT I-IARTMAN--VICE PRESIDENT
DONNA DELO NG - - SECRETARY
KEITH ALBRIGHT LOUISE I-IOWER--TREASURER
AMBER BERRY DAVID BOGER MARK BOM GARDNER
MICHAEL BLAUCI-I JOHN BOGER, III
DONALD BOWLMAN, IR.
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Great artistic ability . . . plans a career in art . . . looks for-
ward to French class,
Art Elective 1, 2, 3.
Koufax of A.C.I-I. S .... subtle sense of humor . . . Great
White Hunter .
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sur ELLEN BowMAN , 3 C
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adapt with a paint
Honor Society 2,33
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Mr. Universe . . .
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arsity Club 2, 3. V -
JERRY BOYER A y
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Band 1, 2, 33 Sr. Class Play 3,1-lall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3,
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Chorus 1,2,3g Honor Society 33 Tri-I-li-Y 1,2, 33 F.B.L.A. 2,r3Q1
ARLENE, BREIDENSTINE A
A "Arlene" Commercial ,
Leads an exciting life . . . always has a tale to tell . . . cheer-
ful and peppy.
Library Club 1, 2, 3.
"Cil1e" A Academic
Our own Joan Baez . . . Miss Hull's pride and joy . . . sports
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Newspaper 3. A
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F. T.A. 2, 3, Tri-H1-Y 2,35 sf. Class Play 3, Tri-Class Play 3,3
Newspaper 3. '
Wild sense of hum
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Cross Country 1, 2,
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PAMELA BOYER LUCILLE BRANDT
GERALD BOYER, JR. ARLENE BREIDENSTINE JUDY CALDWELL
SPORTSMANSHIP AND BEST ATI-ILETE AWARDS
M IC HAEL CAMPBELL
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BEST ATHLETE: CI-IARIOTTE COMINS
GREGORY COLVIN DONNA CUSTER DONNA DELONG
CHARLOTTE COM INS DONNA DAUBERT
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LINDA ESTEP JOHN FAKE
BRENDA FAKE MICHAEL FAKE DOROTHY FINE
SENIOR SOCCER LETTER WINNERS
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LINDA ESTEP '
Will make a great old lady . . . constant talker , . . floozy.
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L "John" General
The fighter . . . Mr. Projectionist . . . tradewind leaderg
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Frequents dances . . . loyal to the baseball team . . . ardent
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"Dottie" y Academic
Musical virtuoso . . . Who's disorganized? . . . exotic tastes.
Cbprus 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Clarinet Choirg Dance Band 2, 35 Honor
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Hwaor Society 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g F.B.L.A. 2,3.
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BARBARA KELLER . . . DORCAS GRAHAM
JOAN HANLON PENELOPE HAUER
KERRY HEM PERLY
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LOUISE HOWER CARMELA JONES THOMAS KELLER
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CARL LUTTMAN, JR. ,
HARRY MILLER . . . JOYCE MARTIN
' "Kent" Academic
Armored motorcycle . . . promising math teacher . . 3. never
,Chorus 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Dance Band 1,2, 33 Brass Choir 1,23
35 Glee Club 132, 35 Tri-Class Play 1, 33 Sr. Class Play 35 Hall
Patrol 33 Basketball 2, 35 Track 2, 33 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 33
Varsity Club 2, 3.
Likes the older man . . . born leader . . . Agent .O07.
Nurses Club 33 Tri-I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 33 Newspaper 2, 33 Gym Leader's
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3 BONNIE LAYSER 3
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Looks toward underclassmen . . . agriculturally minded . . .
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"Bruce" , General
Drummer boy . . . looks toward Luiderclassmen . . . make mu-
sic, not love!
Band 1,2,33 Dance Band 3.
3 ' DORIS LENTZ
3 "Doris" General
Artistic ability . . . quiet but fun . . . has a world of her own.
Good things come in small packages . . . do blonds really have
more fun? . . . goes for the older man.
Chorus 1,2,3gTri-Hi-Y1,2,33Pep Club 2,3.
3 SHIRLEY LoNc
' "Shirley" Academic
Infecitious Smile . . . mature young lady . . . innocent blond.
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Mr. Bookkeeper . . . the pharmacist . . . can't wait for gym
Band 1, 2, 3s Clarinet Choir 33 Dance Band 1, 2, 33 F.B.L.A. 2, 3.
, IANICE MARTIN
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we know' better . . . "Who argues with Mr. Kline?"
Chorus 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play
33 TriFClass Play 1, 2, 33 Yearbook 3.
MARY JEAN MCCORKLE
"Mary Jean" General
Livens Home Ec. class with arguernents . . . daring horseback
rider . . . self-confident.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Nurses Club 1, 25 Library Assistant 3.
"Charlie" . Academic
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for all questions . . . hunts for monsters. '
Chorus 35 Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 3, Basketball 1, 2,35 Track 2, 3,
District Chorus 35 Wind Ensemble 3.
Steady worker . . . backstage aid . . . seen but seldom heard.
Projectionist 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 2, 3.
' HARRY MILLER
"Harry" A Academic
One of the Merry Men . . . well . . . yes! !! . . . corridor
Chorus 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Brass Choir 1,2,33 Glee Club 1,25
Honor Society 1, 2, 33 Class Officer 2, 33 Tri-Class Play 1, 2, 35
Sr. Class Play 35 Hall Patrol 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3.
LARRY MILLER ,
Trombone stand-by . . . capable organization man . . . pool
Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 33 Brass Choir 1, 2, 3, Honor Society
35 Student Council 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 33 Football 2, Track 2, 33
Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3.
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Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 25 Yearbook 33 Pep Club 2, 3.
Once a clown, always a clown . . . sympathetic to the down-
hearted . . . enjoys law?
Chorus 1, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Basketball, F.B.L.A. 35 Pep Club
2, 3, Varsity Club 3. .
SHARON FFAUTZ V
"Sharon" - Commercial
Pretzel girl . . . athletic ability . . . devoted sports fan.
Honor Society 39 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Gym Leaders Club 15 Basket-
ball 15 F.B.L.A. 2, 33 Pep Club 2,3.
Longs for '68 . . . sweet and petite . . . keeps a stiff head in
F.H.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3.
CHARLES MILLER, II
GEORGE RUTH . . . CHARLOTTE COMINS
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HARRY MILLER, IR.
BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD:
KAREN PELLEGRINI KATHLEEN RAGGUINTO
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VAR SITY BA SEBALL AWARD:
GLENN SEAMAN JAY SHUEY
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SANDRA SMITH WAYNE TSI-IUDY
APRIL SNAVELY DANIEL SPRECI-EER DIANE THOMPSON
EVA SOHLMAN DIANE STRUPHAR
"Schmit" R Academic
Short stop . . . always laughing . . . likes well-seasoned purses.
Band 1,2, 35 F.I-LA. 1,2,35 F.cT.A. 25 Wind Ensemble 35 Pep
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Dreams of underclassmen .' . 'Fire Prevention Queen . . . 'fu-
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Renew 25 Tri-I-Ii-'Y 1, 2, 33'fF7gfB'. LA. 2, 3. 2
EVA SOI-ILLMAN l
Has plans for the near future . . . holdswild Pj parties . . . the
lzittle Swede adores Italian boys.
Color Guard 1,2,3g Honor Society 33 F.H.A. 1,2, 35 Library
Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Newspaper 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 3.
of her way . plans to
"feet" of becoming . . member of
Society 2, 33 Tx-1-H1-Y 1, 2, 3, Sr
Play 35 Basketball 1,25
. . wzll hxs country . .
cmb 3g Track 1, 2,35
SANDY . DONALD
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CLIFFORD TRUMBO, JR
RODNEY ULRICI-I CSAIL WALMER
KEITH UMBERGER TERENCE WALTZ
INDUSTRIAL ARTS STUDENTS:
RICKY WARTLUFF . . . JAY
RICKY WA RT LUFT
TWO-SPORT LET'r1sRMEN 1 ' 1
Ronzsrrv ULRICH - p E
"Rod" V V, V V 'General
Is he alive? . V, Mr. F uremanfs,Vpet1 in English makes
a snail look speedy. l ' ' ' f y I
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KEITH UMBERGER A
"Keith" - Academic
Great football fan . . . wants to advance in the engineering
world . . V. peculiar ideasabout girls. .
Varsity Club 35 Hall Patrol 33 Football 1, 2, Track 1, V 3
C GAIL WALMER 1 V A 1
"Gail" ' Academic
Summer blond . 4 . likes to listen to a good trombone . . .
wobbly head. '
F.T.A. 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.
"Worm" 1 1 Academic
Record breaker . . . b0OkWorm . , Perfectionist. 7-'T ' X
Chorus 1,2,33 Band 1,2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2,3g Brass Choir 1,2, 35
Glee Club 35 Honor Society 1, 2,35 Sr. Class Play 35,1-lall Patrol
2, 3, Basketball 1,2, 3, Track 1, 2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club
FRANK WAMPLER my
"Frank" , ' Commercial .
Chases looseybaslsettballs . .V . hot dog sidekick . . ,Miss y V
Witter's pain. 1 3 , f 1 V V
Stage Crew 2, 3, -Hall Patrol 39 Basketball 1, 2, 33 F.B.l..A. 2, 3g
Varsity Club 3. A
Sports fan . . . digs worms . . . qualified seamstress.
Chorus 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Tri-Class Play 1, 3, Sr.. Class Play
33 F.B.L.A. 2,33 Pep Club 2, 3. ' , - X
Capable county commissioner . . . has eyes for a former falcon-
ier . . . "miracle worker".
Band 1, 2, 35 ,Brass Choir 15 Student Council 33 Hall Patrol 35
Track 1, 2, 33 Varsity Club 3. V .
1 sli, BRUCE WATTS 1 D k
"Bozz" ' ' 1 Academic ,,
That red Chevy . . . keeps the cops in business . . . tell triple
jumper. , '
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1,129 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Track l,2,3g Soc-
cer 3. '
MARLENE WEAVER 3
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Never a harsh word. . . quiet' 1 -.gcfi enjoys the musifaffworld.
Chorus 1,2,3g Nurses, Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. V 3'3r , , 3
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Honor Society 2, 3, Hall Patrol 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country
1, 2, 3.
Curly . . . all-county tackle . . . combination of brawn and
Chorus 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Dance Band 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3
Honor Society 2, 35 Hall Patrol 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 33 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3.
Wedding bells . . . Skips along . . . "I got another letter."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
Deceitfully quiet . . . pride and joy--his Mustang . . . always
has a comical remark.
' "Chang" Academic
Soul brother . . . Mr. All-American Chipmunk with oriental
ancestry . . . Pamelli jones. '
Chorus l,2,35 Sr. Class Play 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Football 1,2,
35 Track 1,2, 3, Varsity Club 33 Pep Club 2, 3.
Hopes for a career in hairdressing . . . shares in the ups and
downs of life . . . conscious of the boys.
TRAC K PRESENT AT ION AWARD S
SENIOR FOOTBALL LETTER WINNERS
GERALD YOUNG MICHAEL ZECK KAREN ZlIv1M ERMAN
HONOR SOCIETY INDUCT IO N
Senior Class Presents
For all students involved, "The
Courtship of Eddie's Father" was an
extremely enjoyable and rewarding op-
portunity. Both performances, held on
November 16 and 17, were successful.
Of course, there were the inevitable on
stage complications such as a mistaken
cue and a tempermental record player.
Nevertheless, both the entire cast and
its director Mr. DeHaven derived great
satisfaction and experience from work-
ing together toward the common goal of
a favorable performance.
with a problem
his younq son
a beauty queen
a career qiri
her young dauqhter
a qay bacheior
A apartment superintendent
Eddie's bunk mate
Mrs. Bridges' sister
at the camp
'The Courtship Of Eddie-3,5 Fatherw
PLAY CAST OF "THE CGURTSHIP OF EDDIE S FATHER
Annville-Cleona High School
Organ Preludes - Trumpet Tune .. Hohlig
Andante in E Major .. .. .. Mendelssohn
The Bells of St. Anne de Beaupre , Russell
Mildred E. Myers, Organist
'Processional - Pomp and Circumstance .... . . , . .. ,, . Elgar
'Invocation ,. . . The Reverend Verle C. Schumacher
A Pastor, United Lutheran Church, Annville
'Hymn - Fairest Lord jesus
Address of Welcome ., ..., .... , . Harry Miller
Choral Selection - Psalm 150 ,. .. .,.. ...., , , , . . . Lewandowski
Senior High Chorus directed by Mrs. Robert Sollenberger
Introduction of Speaker , ,..., .... , ..... .... ,,... , . .. M. L Keim
Commencement Address .. ,... ..... . ,..... D r. Sheridan Watson Belli
Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Harrisburg,
Selection - Concertino . .,.. ........ . . . ,,.. . ,..,... .,.. . ..,, . C. M. von Weber'
Trudi Ellenherger, Clarinetist
Dorothy Fine, Pianist
Presentation of Class .. ,. . , . , Richard H. Gingrich
High School Principal
Presentation of Diplomas ,............ ......,,.,.. I ames T. Karsnitz
President, Board of Education
'Alma Mater .. .. ,, , ,. ,.... . Words and Music by
Harry Frederick '58
'Benediction . ..... .. .. .,.. , .,., The Rev. Vcrle C. Schumacher
'Recessional - Marche Triomphale . ,,.... ., . . , Becker
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Seniors Have Final
Dress Rehearsal In
Annville American Legion and Readers Digest Awards
Highest Honors in Class ,.......,. ,......... .,......... . . . .. .
Annville Businessmen's Association Award
. Harry Miller
Second Highest Honors in Class , .,...,,,.,... .......,, , , . , Trudi Ellenberger
Annville-Cleona National Honor Society Scholarship Award . Rose Dillard
Annville Reading Circle Award for Excellence in English
Annville Rotary Club Service Awards . . . .
Annville-Cleona Kiwanis Club Courtesy Awards
Bausch and Lomb Science Award . .. . ,
Betty Crocker Homemaking Award .. .
Business Education Awards
Outstanding Student in Course . . ,
Bookkeeping ..,.....,,....,., ..... ......
Typewriting ............ .. .
F.B.L.A. Award .,.., ,. , ,,
Class of '62 Service Award . ,
Class of '66 Leadership Award .,,.....,. ,,.,..... , ,, .
Cleona NVomans Club Award ..,,... ,..., .... ,
Danfordi Foundation Personal Development Awards .
DAR Good Citizens Award . ,......... ,. . , .. ..,
Lebanon County Republican Committee for Excellence in
Democracy ,.,. ., ..... .... . .,.,
Lebanon Valley Kiwanis Club Athlete Scholarship Awards
Lebanon Valley National Bank Mathematics Awards
The jack Sudbury Memorial Award tlndustrial Artsl
XVCTU Citizenship Awards ,. , . , ,
joseph H. and Emma R. XVcstenberger Memorial Awards
Home Economics . . . ,.., . . , ,
.. Harry Miller
, Audrey Achey
, Virginia lmboden
. . Carl Luttman
. . .. Arlene Breidcnstine
. .... Brenda Fake
, Gregory Colvin
,. Janice Martin
. Louise Hower
. Louise Hower
Suc Ellen Bowman
, Dorcas Graham
Centennial Scholarship, Ursinus College .
Moyer Longacre Scholarship . , ..
Naval Reserve Officers Training Scholarship
Educational Opportunity Grant, Franklin and Marshall College
Inexperienced Soccer Team Wins Runneru
Although the soccer season seemed
gloomy, the AC booters did experience
some high spots during Coach Wor-
cester's first year at the helm, By de-
feating Norlebco, they took second
place in the Norlebco Invitational, In
addition the team defeated the same
Norlebco team twice to gain a third
place in the County League, which will
be disbanded next year.
Individually, Senior Terry Waltz
received first team recognition on the
County All-Star team. Senior Mike
Fake and sophomore Rennie Marquette
also received post-season honors in
gaining berths on the second team All-
rophy In Invitational 'Tournament
O Tulpehocken 4
O Elco 3
1 Cedar Crest 3
0 Norlebco l
O Elco 3
0 Cedar Crest 4
3 Norlebco 1
O Elco 1
O Cedar Crest 1
1 Norlebco O
0 Northeastern 3
2 Norlebco 1
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Guide Their Sophomores
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Cindy Eckenrod e
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Susan Grant W A
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Joanna Guildoo l A
Mary Iane Heisey
Witmeyer And Mr. Stepp
Through A Successful Year
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Darlene We aber
Sus an Weaver
D elores Weik
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Stage Crew ontributes To Success Of Pla s
During all presentations in the
auditorium this year, there was
as much action backstage as there
was onstage. Rarely seen and
taken for granted by the audience,
the Stage Crew members spent
many hours doing Work which
ranged from fixing flats and or-
ganizing lighting schedules to
pulling the curtain and making
stage props. Certainly, the mem-
bers of the Stage Crew have of-
fered an almost indispensable
contribution to the success of
various choral and dramatic
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Candid Camera Shows Many
Aspects Of Student Life
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SENIOR HICH STUDENT COUNCIL
Senior High Student Council, Led
By President Creg Colvin, Serves Bott
Consisting of elected repre-
sentatives from each of the three
senior high classes, the Annville-
Cleona Student Council is the
school's governing body. Through
its legislative activities the Coun-
cil endeavors to solve student
problems and therefore to better
student -administrative relations.
chool And Community
Not only does the Student Coun-
cil help to administer school poli-
cies but it also serves both school
and community in many ways. For
instance, the Council has erected
road signs at the intersection in
Annville and on Route 934. For the
students the Council sponsored a
computer dance with Palmyra,
sponsored an exchange student
program withCumber1and Valley
High School, and started an inves-
tigation into the possibility of
opening a student store.
Furthermore, the Student
Council participated in various
charitable drives. The Council
members acted as chaperons to
the children who participated in
the World Service Drive at Hal-
loween. The members also col-
lected clothes for needy children
in the "Save the Children Foun-
dation" drive. As a member of
the Capital Area Association of
Student Councils the Council spon
sored Field Day for the raising
of money for Peace Corps schools
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The AC tennis team showed great
' improvement in the 1968 tennis sea-
rom son and has the potential for an even
. . better season next year. The loss of
lnlsh In Lianne Dinnison and senior Charlotte
Comins will be a blow to the team's
line-up, but Deb Light, jean Schmal-
zer, and Marilyn Reist will try their
best to lead the team to victory next
VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD TEAM
During his three years varsity career,
Terry Waltz amassed 566 1X4 points,
making him the all time scorer in the
history of AC track and field. Indica-
tive of his great value to the overall
team effort was the fact that in only
one dual meet did Terry fail to sweep
the 100, 220, and 440 yard dashes.
Despite his phenomenal accom-
plishments, Terry had not set a school
record until, ironically, during the
final day of his high school competi-
tion at the County Meet, he set a new
mark in the 440 yard dash with a
clocking of 52.0. Not only had he set
a record, but he also won the trophy
awarded to the high scorer in the
. , at as
Track Seniors Set Six Sehoo
Its Dual Meet Win Streak Tc
Because of Greg Colvin's major knee surgery
in mid-winter, few people would have guessed
that Greg might eventually set a new school
record of 2:00. 6 in the S80 yard run during the
1968 season. Greg, however, not only ran the
S80 yard run throughout the dual meet schedule
but, depending on the caliber of opposition, he
was willing to run a leg on either or both of the
2 mile and mile relay teams. Regardless what
he'd be called upon to run, Greg's fellow ath-
letes and his coaches knew that even on only
one sound leg, his pride and natural competi-
tiveness would never allow himself to quit.
Led by the consistent per-
formances of its senior dis-
tance men, the Little Dutch-
men thinclads continued to
dominate the track and field
competition in the CAC Com-
petition. In the process of
finishing its third consecutive
undefeated dual meet season
in the CAC, the team also ex-
tended its all-winning streak
in dual meets to 45.
Along with its fine dual
meet successes, the track
team's great depth and indi-
vidual brillance showed to
good advantage in special
meet competition as the team
won more trophys than had
any other team in AC's his-
tory. Repeating as champion
of the Lebanon County and
records As The Team Extends
DENNIS WEID LER
Dennis Weidler and Wayne
Tshudy emerged as the finest
miler and two-miler in school his-
tory as they repeatedly broke their
own school records . Weidler,
whose best mile time was 4:3l.0,
typified the unselfish athlete who'll
sacrifice himself on behalf of the
team. For example in most meets,
Weidler not only ran the mile and
the half-mile, but he also ran
anchor on the 2 mile relay team
that eventually went to State,
While Dennis was attempting to
fulfill the Herculean task set before
him, diminutive Wayne Tshudy
scored victory after victory in the
2 mile throughout the dual and
special meet seasons as he set a
new record of l0:02.5 in his spe-
CAC League Meet, the Dutch-
men also triumphed in both
portions of the Lebanon News
Relays, in the Dichinson ln-
vitational and in the Cedar
Cliff Relays . In addition AC
finished second in the Ship-
pensburg Invitational and
third in the District Meet.
Such an excellent seasonal
track and field record is a
tribute to the dedication of
every athlete and coach as
they continually strived to
maintain that degree of ex-
cellence to which they had
been accustomed. lf this at-
titude continues, the chances
for AC's future successes in
track and field are quite
Known primarily as a triple jumper, an
event in which he holds the school record of
43' 3f4", Bruce Watts also came into his own
in the long jump during the 1968 season. ln the
District Meet he culminated his fine improve-
ment by jumping 21' ll" for a new school rec-
ord as he finished scant inches from a second
place finish and a trip to the State Meet.
cialty , Unfortunately, Wayne ' s
unbeaten record came to an end
in the District Meet where the
gritty little runner finished out of
LEBANON NEWS RE LAYS:
COUNTY 880 RELAY
Middletown-- 39 172
AC 41 172
CEDAR CLIFF RELAYS
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AC 17 172
LEBANON NEWS RELAYS
TWO MILE RELAY WINNER
Boiling Springs 27
Conrad Weiser I7
Cedar Crest 16
AC 74 172
DISTRICT III MEET
Middletown 3 I
Mechanicsburg 17 172
LEBANON COUNTY MEET
Cedar Crest 40
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Tenth Straight Countj
AC's only representative to the
1968 PIAA State Meet was our ex-
cellent two mile relay team con-
sisting of Greg Colvin, Mike
Campbell, Jack Shenk, and Den-
nis Weidler. After finishing a close
second in the District Meet, where
they set a new school record of
8:O8.1, the team managed to win
fourth place medals at State.
Earlier in the season this quartet
of the finest distance runners in
AC history had been victori ous in
the Shippensburg and Dickinson
Invitational Meets, the County
Meet, and the Lebanon News Re-
lays. In addition, Colvin, Camp-
bell, and Weidler teamed with
Barry Zimmerman to capture the
distance medley title at the Cedar
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Illustrating AC's great depth
in the weights, Al Gibble, Fritz
Diebus, Bob Wentling and jim
Hower easily captured the first
shotput relay trophy in our school's
history with an accumulative dis-
tance of over 19O'. In leading his
team to victory, Al Gibble broke
his own school record with a toss
of 53'3". In addition, Al also had
topnotch performances most of the
season. Only a subpar performance
in the District Meet prevented
Gibble from having finished in
first or second place in every spe-
Teammate Fritz Diebus gave
AC a one -two punch not only in
the shot, but also in the discus.
Though he had contributed valu-
able team points with finishes in
the top five in every special meet,
Diebus saved his best performance
for the District Meet where he
putted the iron ball 52'5 UZ",
making him the second best shot-
putter in AC history.
iictories, Including AC,S
itle, In Special Meets
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BOTTOM: BOB WENTLING, JIM HOW ER
LEBANON NEWS RELAYS:
COUNTY 440 RE LAY WINNERS
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Bob Wentling, AC's premier discus thrower,
waited until the final competition of the ear at .
the County Meet to come up with his fingst ca-
reer throw, 165' 5 lf2". With this toss, Went-
ling gained vengeance over one of his arch-
rivals who had beat him in District Ill com-
petitionj Next year, with a lot of arduous work t t
during the off-season, Bob should do even
better in his specialty than he did during the DAVE t. it t i
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Winners Provide The Depth
Continued Success Of The
Track And Field
BARRY ZIMMERMAN IOHN FISHER
TRACK SEN IORS
Hlgh Quallty Of
Members Of Student Body Assist Faculty
Members In Assuring That Home Track
Meets Are Run Smoothly
MHS W only
The five weeks preceeding
March 14 were some ofthe busiest
forthe cast members of "Annie Get
Your Gun". There were lines to
learn, rehearsals to attend, sets to
construct, and costumes to make.
As curtain time drew nearer, the
pace quickened with last minute de-
tails. Everyone involved, including
director Mr. Del-laven, experienced
a tense anticipation. On Thursday
and Friday evenings, March 14 and
15, however, all the work and prepa-
ration were climaxed in two highly
successful and extremely rewarding
IN A LIFUIHE I
FULL CAST OF ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
Class Of 69 Sponsors Tri-Class
Pla Presentahon ANNIE GET YO R GU
Annie Oakley ......
Frank Butler .......
Charlie Davenport ....
Dolly Tate .........
Winnie Tate .......
Foster wilson ....
Mrs. Sylvia Porter... .
Buffalo Bill .......
Pawnee Bill ........
Sittinq Bull ..........
Mrs. Schuyler Adams...
Little Girl ......................... .
. .... Stephen Tom
ectators, Indians, Cowboys, Cowqirls, waiters, Lawn Guest
e Ellen Bowman: Mary Howellg Diane Strupharg Terry Waltzg
oria Wolfeg Richard Clarkg Greqory Liqhtg Dorcas Graham:
indy HousergConnie Ehrhart: Robert wentlinqg Thomas Kellerg
rie Hitzg Barry Brooks: Michael Zeckg Gerald Boyer
Promoters... ...Judy Caldwell and Jan Schoomaker
Staqe Hands. . ...Ronald Rowe and James Atkins
In affiliation with the Y.M.C.A, the Tri-
Hi-Y clubs participate in school, county, and
national projects . Annville-Cleona's three
Tri-Hi-Y's, the Sophomore Busy Bee's, the
junior A-C A.G., and the Senior A-C Teens,
Work together and separately. The individual
Tri-Hi-Y's have their own club activities and
participate together in the activities of the na-
For the last three years the A-C Teens
have remained active in serving the school and
the community. This year every Monday sev-
enth period the girls sold soft pretzels at the
south door. Capping their service to the
school, during Teacher's Week the Teens pre-
sented carnations to the teachers . At Thanks-
giving, Christmas, and Easter the girls ex-
tended their activities beyond the school and
presented food baskets to needy families in the
surrounding communities .
AC TEENS TRI-HI-Y
Organizations BUSY BEE's TRI-HI-Y
Offer Many Services To The Community
Varsity Club Sponsers Faculty Carnes
And Sells License Plates To Buy Blazers
Staff Elects To Incorporate A
Functional Method Of Organization
At the meeting to choose a theme
for the '68 Corinoma, the staff mem
bers discussed many ideas and fin
nally decided not to have a theme but
to index the yearbook alphabetically
so that features could be located
Along with its new approach the
staff decided to add twenty pages to
the yearbook, making possible a
bigger and better senior section and
a more complete coverage of the
activities of the senior high organi-
Only A Handfull Of
The Staff Members
Return To Assist
In Meeting The Deadline
JUNIOR HIGH BAND
Iunior High Instrumental Groups Provide
The Experience Necessary For The
Young Musician To Improve
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JUNIOR HIGH DANCE BAND
IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
unior High Basketball Team Shows Promise
ketball teams .
Despite not having achieved their potential, members of
the junior high basketball team displayed occasional signs
of brilliance as they hustled their Way to a third place
finish in the County League. With the experience gained
during the past season, this squad's many fine ninth grad-
ers such as Bill Herr and Dale Gingrich should play an im
portant part in the future success of our senior high bas-
junior High Basketball
Hi gh Basketball
C. Crest 28
C. Cre t 52
Peppy Iumor H1gh Cheerleaders
EICHTH AND NINTH GRADE CHORUS
Iunior High Choral Croups Perform
Well In Annual Spring Conoert
SEVENTH CRADE CHORUS
Brian Burke Sharon Dailey
Gayy Cutman Cl'18.I'l6S Dull
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Becomes Involved In
Throughout The Year
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Of AC junior High
Richard Parker PM di A V
Cheryl Pyles -ij'
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Debra Rhine Ae
Marcia Rhodes V
Sharon Rhoads S , 7
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1 Tim SanMartin
To Take Cver Leadership
During 196 -769 School Year
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Outstanding Responsibility Of junior
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KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS: DALE GINGRICH AND PAM BOGER
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Terry Rhoads, the most
unsung member of the team,
usually had to compete
against the opposition's
biggest and best runners .
Terry still managed to
achieve a great deal of per-
sonal success, highlighted
by his fine efforts in the
District Three Meet where
he finished fourth and sixth
in the 100 and 220 yard
IUNIOR HIGH TRACK TEAM
The dedication and de- won both the 1OO and 75 yard
termination of Charlie dashes in "B" competition,
Greenawalt before and dur- but he also set a new meet
ing the 1968 season enabled record of . 8. 2 in the latter
him to excel in both dual and event. Later in the season in
special meets as he emerged the County, Greenawalt had
as team scoring leader with another great day as he scored
135 points. Charlie's two a coveted triple in winning
biggest days occurred in the the 100 and 220 yard dashes
District and County Meets. and the 120 yard low hurdles
In the District he not only in sparking his team to victory
IUNIOR HIGH TRACK
95 1X2 Norlebco 13 112
Middle - 4 1
90 Norlebco 1
72 Susque - 74
77 Lancaster 69
1 11 Palmyra 71
34 Wilson 80
89 Elco 20
83 Elco 17
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While other AC junior High Track
Teams have had better records than the
10-2 record compiled this year, the
1968 team--because of the outstanding
quality of most of its opposition--might
possibly be the best ever produced at
ACHS. Nevertheless, the team mem-
bers never quite achieved their poten-
tial until the last meet of the season
when every one of our entrants in the
County Meet had excellent performances
in repeating as County Champs for the
third consecutive year. If the ninth
graders retain the dedication and en-
thusiasm that they showed this past
year, their continued development
should enable them to fill the shoes of
the graduating seniors on the Varsity
Track Team .
Enable junior High
Track Team To
Garner ACTS Third
Though a return-
ing letterman, Phil
Keller had done very
little broad jumping
during his initial
season of competi-
tion. Thus, his con-
sistent eighteen foot
jumping during the
past season was
In addition to his
Jim Hostetter, who reset the
AC Junior High School records in
the 660 and 880 yard runs with
times of 1:34.1 and 2:l9.0 re-
spectively, was one of the plea-
sant surprises of the 1968 track
season. Throughout the season his
teammate and friend, Martin
Brandt, pushed jim to his record
performances until the County
Meet, when the roles were re-
sprinting ability and
hard Work enabled
him to gain valuable
third places in the
County Meet in the
220 and 440 yard
dashes. These six
points along with
his first place finish
in the broad jump
made Phil the meet's
second highest scor-
Despite a nagging back
injury, jim Bowers still man-
aged to contribute many
valuable points to his team's
cause. An accomplished
athlete in both the high jump
and discus events, Jim ex-
celled in the shotput where
he not only set a school rec-
ord of 53'5 1f2", but he was
undefeated throughout the Sea
son except for a second place
finish in the District Meet.
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