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

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M' 0 VNS J sg llll f Q M llln ,l lll l+ . V FIELD HOCKEY. . . . .40 FOOTBALL. . . .42 F.B.L.A. ... . .45 F.E.A.. .. . .46 E.H.A. ....... . .48 F.N.A., E.T.A... . .49 HALL PATROL, ..5o HONOR SOCIETY .... . . 51 JUNIORS. . ...... . .52 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM . . . .56 LIBRARY CLUB ...,.. . .57 NEWSPAPER ., ..,. 5s PROJECTIONISTS . . . .59 PUBLIC SPEAKING . . . ,. 60 SENIOR AWARDS . . . .61 SENIOR CANDIDS-. .C . . .62 SENIOR MEMORIAM ........ 64 SENIOR 'SUPERLATIVES .7 .1 .... 65 SENIOR WRITEUPS AND PORTRAITS "ACI-IIEY--BLATT. ...... 66 EOCER--BOOKS ......... 67 BORDLEMAY-QBOWMAN . . . 68 .BOYERE--BUCHER .... . .69 BURKE--DOHNER' . . . .R . 70 . DULL--EBERSOLE ..... . . 71 fEHRI-IART1-FERNSLER. . . .72 FUHRMANf-GIBBLE. . . . .73 IGINGRICH--GUIDON. . A . .74 I-IALSELL-11-IORST,,. . ... 75 HOSTETTER--HOWER . 1 .... 76 IMBODAEN--KAUFEZJMAN. .Q 77 KELLER--KLINC . . , . . 1.781 KREISERJ-LAVINESI . 29. . I DEX SENIOR HIGH SECTION LEONARD--LITZ . . . . SO TRIBUTE . . LONG--LONG ...... . . 81 BAND MASE--MILLER ...... . .82 CONCERT . . MARCI-IING .... MUMMA--OSTRANDER . , . . 83 POORMAN--REIST .... . . 84 RI-IOADS--ROWLAND. . . . . 85 SAUDER--SELTZER. . . . . . 86 SEYFERT- - SI-IERMAANEE 1' If. SHIPP--STOVER I. . . . TEAHL--TOEMS L .. . ... . TOM--VANOYICH . .p . . . WA LBO RN- -WA RTLUFT 'IQ I WENCERT--WETHINCTOSN f f VVICKES--ZIMMEREMAN . I: SOCCER ...... .... SOPHOMORES . . 1 STAGE CREW .1:, ,N , i STUDENT COUNCIL . . , I TENNIS ...... . 4, .. 'FRA CK ..... , .... I. TRACK ASSISTANTS7 . ILIS I TRI-CLASS PLAY . . . TRI-HI-Y .gf Q 8-7 . . as .. 94 .96 '1 Q0 BASEBALL ....... BASKETBALLHQBOYSQ .., . BA SK ETEALLICIRLSI . CHEERLEADERS . . . CHEMISTRY CLUB. . CHORUS ...... gg CROSS COUNTRY . . 91 DEDICATION .... 92 EMPLOYEES ...... 93 FACULTY ART, BUSINESS DRIVER EDUCATION , ENGLISH ....... FOREIGN LANGUAGE . 131 HEA LTH, HOME 106 ECONOMICS ..... 1 13 1 14 , 212517 ., . .. INDUSTRIAL ARTS, INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL MU SIC .... A-C ACTIONGIRLSM, . . 116 MATH ----"- - - A-C ACTION CLUB 1157 SCIENCE ---- - ' - VARSITY CLUB ..... . . 11,8 SCCIAI STUDIES- ' - WRESTLING . . . 1If9 ' CUIDANCE1 IIEEARY1 YEARBOOK. . 13017 NURSE: SPECIAL FOREWORD . . if . LADMINISTRATTIQN1' w ' I I . PRINCIPALS ANI? SCHOOL BOA5lDIffI'.". I . 3 1,591 +4 . A , I4 A I. A I . M1 will is if ,W I . -I. FOREWORD just as events in the national and inter- national limelight during the school year contain tangible evidence of man's never- ending saga as he struggles to Control a hostile environmentg so have the happenings Within our school during that same period re- flected the cyclical tragic-comedy that man seems to be forced to endure forever. Because the members of the Corinoma staff have recognized the similarity of events taking place in our school's small sphere of influence with those that encompass our great country, the world, and the universe, We have dedi- cated our efforts in this edition of the Corin- oma to the presentation of the school year's top stories, regardless whether they be happy or tragic. To achieve such a momentous goal, We have once again utilized a system of alphabetizing, which is the same type used by most encyclo- pedia yearbooks. Through the use of this method, We will be able to emphasize a photo- graphic coverage of the year's school events Without Wasting valuable space. We are quite sure that a careful check of yearbooks from schools of a comparable size will reveal that the Corinoma's pictorial coverage is much better, from both a qualitative and quantitative standpoint, than that of other yearbooks . We hope you agree. 2125? T258 5' .23 i 15.5 'ffm 1543.7 JUNIOR I,-HGH lll, 132: T504 2 142-' -. -14425 A '4 ' -, ' an ' 1 '-'- H'-L-2.21 az , us 4 7 .T 1-wwf ' I J . , QQ 5 1 - f- V. N wr- ff. 'w uf, fy,-' Q57 ,.r- if, 51 xg-L 'AQ ' q H m,,,v ,TE .-J , ,,,,, J-in 1.55 . UC, , , ", . an -, Llxs ..- .,- Aki 'lf 5-5 '09 ', v ez A : li ... U .- WSE . 2,1 ' Aa :H ,gn ' fx - L.- H H 5' U! Mr. Snyder presents Stephen Tom with his diploma. SCHOOL BOARD: SEATED: Merle Keim, Gloyd Whisler, James Karsnitz, William Berry, Elra Worcester. STAND- ING: Harold Weaver, William Egli, P. Kreamer, Nevin Bordlemay, Karl Lockwood. ANNVILLE-CLEONA SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION 7 ii l PRINCIPALS: Mr. Coleman, Assistant Principalg Merle Keim, Supervising Principalg Mr. Gingrich, Administrative Assistantg Mr. Snyder, Principal. Annville-Cleona Administration, Faculty, And Student Body Pay Tribute To Mr. Keim Upon His Retirement After Over Forty Years Of Service In The Field Of Education , x 2 Y. XT, , , .5'Jr,7, ,V K N r 1 '1 ' E - , Q . xg!! 'Iv V' W Xin Kgfljs , 2 igi A NME' , 4 ,Q , . 1' H' . if L . -,t K I gi'-X I 165 RQ WA x F I l ' I --J J y -I M' ? L X f' tg, 5 Q by K Q, 'GI I Q r ' 4 A Ury. Q, W ,ll . X v, I 1, -A, 1 4 ! . . 3 , J E FE ff! Q 1 ' ll ' nfl f :MEX ll- I , 1 ,J , - 1' I ff' :H K. A . .f , 15' egg' W 211' kg Him Q W" ' x 5 N, as wif, 9 A x if -H1 .- 1 ' . ' GE ,251 I X 9 'M I I SQ ?l I' ,E NP, I. 'r . av' . 4 - - A r 2' 'ri 5 i , L , K r - v -, ,f N W' ' E l T , ' xx in E ZX 1 E! 313 1 l ' 'T-3" 3 EJ . ,- t A J : 5 -, v :I 8 L i N gg, l UQ., 7 . I !L,!',.T-li 0 0 - f t if-F1-' FF i . i l LW i- ,I 45. 1 .3 A mfg. J 4, 9 '. M, , -'Eff 'f tif" ' - 'z ai QE, E I 3' .XL ,.. -V. 12' ,, I 'M --ww , f 1' ww EJ V W ' -ml -0 X 1 +2453 5.0,-. fx- ' sf , , 4 ,Hn e -.-. , L... tifrierf P3 F-jg, I u TROMBONES ROW 1: S. Ebersole, T. Smith, R. Moore, B. Long. ROW 2: D. Meyer, T. Fernsler, D. Custer, R. Hamer, D. Struphar. and Concert. HORNS ROW 1: C. Karsnitz, D. Reigle, S. Reese, H. Bomgardner. ROW 2: T. Heffner, D. Sollenberger, R. Ebersole, R. Chabitnoy, G. Taulbee, L. Partridge, B. Ebersole. FRENCH HORNS ROW 1: L. Partridge, D. Sollenger, R. Ebersole, B. Eber sole. ROW 2: R. Brandt, R. Dailey, J. Fisher, R. Mar- quette, L. Snavely ROW 3: R. Moore, T. Fernsler, R. I-Iarner, S. Ebersole. ROW 4: C. Karsnitz, G. Light, I. Rittle, D. Reigle. 7 .rf -: 3 :Z as Q sf ' f i SENIOR HIGH WIND ASSEMBLE ROW 1: D. Dutweiler, K. Kirkwood, R. Books, S. Kettering, A. Rhodes, D. Forwood, B. Scheib, K. Hollowell, P. Boger, K. Fake, J. I-Iemperly, K. Bowman. ROW 2: C. Winters, J. Hoppie, K. Unger, D. Donmoyer, G. Zearfoss, J. Schoornaker, S. Nye, S. Lash, J. Zearfoss, J. Fernsler, K. Umberger, C. Weimer, K. Hamer, N. Sollenberger, J. Kless, S. Lemon. ROW 3: D. Ensminger, R. Brandt, R. Dailey, R. Marquette, J. Fisher, L. Snavely, B. Ebersole, D. Sollenberger, L. Partridge, R. Ebersole, T. Schaffer. ROW 4: R. Kelly, L. Light, R. Moore, T. Fernsler, S. Ebersole, R. Harner, J. Rittle, G. Light, C. Karsnitz, W. Lemon, Director, D. Reigle. Band Sections Blend Well ROW 1: K. Harner, C. Winters, 1. Kincaid, S. Kettering, J. Hopple, L. Noll, I. Zearfoss, R. Gingrich, C. Weimer. ROW 2: K. Umberger, D. Ensminger, T. Smith, R. Moore, T. Fernsler, R. I-Iarner. ROW 3: G. Light, R. Crawford, T. Schaffer, R. Dailey, D. Peters, I. Fisher, R. Marquette, L. Snavely, R. Brandt. M , , SENIOR HIGH BAND FRONT C. Dubbs, D. Wagner, M. Estep, W. Bates, D. Ragguinto, L. Shipp, C. VanWin.k1e, C. Brandt, C. Fleer, G. Walborn, C. Houser, D. Dubbs, D. Shellenberger. X .l lr X , yR?f3 V4...f hail i gl 4 is Dm, 4 , UP LL fd Q , gy 1 . fi -1 fi - M X R. Ei Xdal A,.. A, . X Q AX 'ir fn v w xv Jeff Tice, A-C's fine senior second baseman, al- ways could be counted on for a fine all-around game no matter who the opponent might have been. The sole team captain after Harry Zeiders' untimely death, Bob Long did a great job of leading the team to a successful season. Little Dutchmen Nine Defeats 'Palm ra In Extra Innings To Win The ELCO Invitational VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: ROW 1: W. Herr, R. Dailey, J. Wise, S. Hontz. ROW 2: Mr. Lingle, coach, R. Achey, J. Dohner, I. Tice, D. Kruger, R. Long, ROW 3: R. Reigle, mgr., R. Loeb, R. Marquette, T. Adey, K. Shuey, D. Gingrich, D. Wolfe, mgr. 10 From the beginning of pre-season when Co-Captain Harry Zeiders died, A-C's baseball team seemed to ex- perience bad luck. Certainly, after the loss of such an inspirational leader, it was most difficult for the team members, especially the seniors, to pull themselves together--primarily from a psychological standpoint. Nevertheless, the Little Dutchmen, wearing black armbands as a symbol of mourning for their lost teammate, continued to hustle and to strive for victory. Their efforts were at least partially successful when they de- feated Palmyra for -the Elco Invita- tional Championship. jeff Tice was one of the team leaders in the batting throughout the season A In sophomore Tom Adey's first varsity season, he not only had the problem of adjusting to the high quality of baseball in the Lower Dauphin League but also had to learn the rudiments of catching, a new position. Outstanding nderclassmen Make -a ,S Baseball Future Look Bright After a slow start, Ken Shuey regained his batting touch and continued to play his usual flawless game at shortstop, 1" ' -zz -' ' ', , V 'Q .Q-if .' f . ' - X ' .. W "?"" -sf . 7-ss- -.... "W :W-4 saga' ' Mil . "Mew fern f - . - Q , .e -..W . , H . , '--55 " , 4 ...T - ws: s --W.- sw - fs .. 4' ' - ' - U.. ., -L - - -- ,- . -7- . . , Dale Gingrich, another one of A-C's excellent sophomores, showed plenty of potential during the season. 12 l ,ff R' Leland Lingle, in his third season as coach of the Little Dutchmen baseball team, continued to get good results from his charges' efforts. Moundsman Steve Hontz, a real competitor, pitched one of his finest games against Susque- hanna Twp. , only to lose the game in the final innmg. B-Baseball Team Loses Close Games B-BASEBALL TEAM: ROW 1: D. Miller, mgr.5 K. Bohr, R. Stegall, G. Watts, C. Dull, S. Vanovich, K. Berry, T. Hitz, mgr.5 ROW 2: Mr. I-Iains, 'coachg J. Tittle, D. Struphar, D. Custer, D. Snavely, T. Smith, C. Brandt, R. Kreider. -BASEBALL TEAM SCORES a " OPP. Cedar Crest 5 Elco 4 Hershey 8 Palmyra 6 Cedar Crest 2 North Lebanon 0 North Lebanon 2 Tulpehocken 3 Palmyra 5 Lebanon 2 Lower Dauphin 12 Hershey 5 Lebanon 5 Tu lpehocken 1 13 l 1 2' John Fisher, A-C's top re- bounder, had the ability to play topnotch basket- ball on both de- fense and offense. Leading scorer and top play- maker for the 1968-1969 edi- tion of the Little Dutchman hoopsters, jeff Dohner re- ceived a second team position on the County All- Stars. Having Won only three games during the entire 1968-1969 campaign, the Little Dutchmen Basket- ball Team had the dubious distinction of having suffered through the worst season in school history. Much of the team's poor showing can be directly attributed to a glaring lack of mo- tivation--call it team spirit- -which prevented the individual atheletes from coming anywhere near their potential as basketball players and as a basketball team . Though not a natural basket- ball player, "Yogi" Zeiders gave 1106 effort at whatever posi- tion Coach I-Iain's played him. 21' Little Dutchmen- Hoopste VARSITY TEAM: KNEELING: Mr. I-lains, coach. STANDING: I. Dohner, C. Karsnitz, R. Marquette, J. Fisher, B. Wentling, B. Klone, Y. Zeiders, D. Kruger, J. Shenk. 14 ,na rienee Losing Season Along with 2. decided size handi- cap, the Little Dutchmen's Biggest problem throughout the season was the inability to maintain a high shooting percentage. VARSITY BASK ETBA LL SCORES AC OPP 52 Northeastern 57 57 Manheim Central 54 68 Redland 58 38 Cumberland Valley 78 42 Milton Hershey 58 43 Mechanicsburg 61 39 Middletown 77 49 Lower Dauphin 60 3 5 Susquehanna 6 1 57 Palmyra 60 24 Hershey 60 57 East Pennsboro 78 64 Redland 68 47 Cumberland Valley 62 37 Milton Hershey 88 6 l Mechanic sburg 43 29 Middletown 87 49 Lower Dauphin 58 54 Susquehanna 8 l 42 Palmyra 64 62 Hershey 86 51 East Pennsboro 75 ?'1 rr'-31 'Hi . E , BA SKETBA LL SEN IO RS STANDING: Bob Wentling, jeff Dohner, "Yogi" Zeiders. KNEELING: Dean Kruger, Jack Shenk. .Z gg-, ,, jeff Dohner and "Yogi" Zeiders fight for a rebound Despite the efforts of three Palmyra defenders, Bob during the closely-contested first quarter of AC's home Wentling gets away a jump shot. game with Hershey. During A Long Losing Season, The Little Dutchmen Continued To Strive For Victor I-Iershey's Fred Geyer and A-C's john Fisher battle for a rebound. Bob Wentling, jack Shenk, john Fisher, "Yogi" Zeiders, Rennie Marquette, Craig Karnitz, and Bill Kline become spectators during the second half of the Hershey game. Little Dutehmen unior Vars1t Basketball Players Gain Valuable Experience For Varsity COIHPGLILIOH Dave Snavely battles the opposition for a re- bound as Ted Shaffer moves in to offer his assis- tance. I.V. BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: T. Shaffer, W. Herr, I. Miller, L Keller, T. Lingle, Mr. Worcester, Coach. STANDING: D. Snavely, J. Bowers, M. De- Long, D. Gingrich, T. Smith, R. Loeb. I.V. BASKETBALL SCORES AC OPP 35 Northeastern 40 Manheim Central 53 Redland 41 39 Cumberland Valley 62 41 Milton Hershey 44 59 49 63 Mechanicsburg 44 45 Middletown 44 44 Lower Dauphin 46 61 Susquehanna 70 30 Palmyra 38 79 Hershey 53 46 East Pennsboro 61 47 Redland 59 45 Cumberland Valley 66 43 Milton Hershey 70 42 Mechanicsburg 43 48 Middletown 75 43 Lower- Dauphin 50 59 Susquehanna 84 50 Palmyra 43 Hershey 65 East Pennsboro 43 54 40 ROW 1: E. Imgoden, K. Gress, I. Schmalzer, co-captain, D. Light, co-captain, S. Boyer, B. Coleman. ROW 2: Mrs. I-Iains, Coach, B. Brandt, manager, P. Wildsg manager, D. Dutweiler, C. Imboden, B. Chadwick, A. Brown, R. Murphy, manager, R. Adomaitis, manager. GIRLS' BASKETBALL SENIORS: K. Grass, J. Schmalzer, D. Light, S. Boyer. 'W GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL SCO RES A C OPP 48 ELCO 20 46 PA LMYRA 27 23 LOWER DAUPHIN 60 47 LEBANON 20 30 NORTHERN LEBANON 23 35 HER SI-IEY 23 24 CEDAR CREST 36 3 1 ELCO 28 32 PA IMYRA 2 1 47 LEBANON 1 2 2 S NORTHERN LEBANON 24 3 3 HER SI-IEY 25 27 CEDAR CREST 61 Dutchgals F 4 Y-1 f'-ff' D l Jean Schmalzer follows through on her foul shot. QI'11 bet Wilt never had that form. j Deb Light scores another one of her many points. - fx " 11 Led by co-captains Jean Schmalzer and Deb Light, the Dutchgals took second place in the County Basketball League with only two blemishes on their record. Much of the team's success can be attributed to the efforts of its four outstanding seniors, While their losses will be difficult to accept, many outstanding varsity and junior varsity returnees should ensure continued success for A-CHS girls' basketball team. econd In Count Basketball League GIRLS I. V. BA SKETBALL SCO RES A C OPP 2 O ELCO 1 7 1 3 PA LMYRA 26 1 O LO WER DAUPI-IIN 1 3 8 LEBANON 24 2 8 NO RTI-IERN LEBANON 7 1 O HER SHEY 1 1 24 CEDAR CREST 23 22 ELCO 2 1 7 PA LMYRA 1 3 2 7 NO RTHERN LEBANON 1 7 2 1 LEBANON 22 15 HER SI-IEY 1 6 21 CEDAR CREST 27 I.V. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: P. O'Nea1, K. Schneider, J. Hopple. ROW 1: S. Weidler, B. Rothenberger, J. Kingsley, D. Folk, D. I-Ioffsmith, Mrs. Hains, Coachg S. Campbell, D. Light, M. Rhoads, L. Egli, J. Waybright, L. Lingle, D. Bowman. 19 .A f 1 5 E A i fs. , . as I wt , Q E X I i. if ss . swf .gf VARSITY CHEERLEADERS KNEELING: J. Loose, J. Windle, captaing D. Books. STANDING: M. Hitz, D. Donmoyer, N. Vanovich, A. Stover, K. Bucker. WEP.,-55 The peppy cheerleader generate enthusiasm during a football game. Cheerleaders Encourage pg B Having The First Contest. A-C Cheerleaders welcome spectators to the County Cheer- leading Contest. B, 'A 1 fv 'nl'-'I 'QA 1,5 A' - ' Q-, " I f , 52. CEEESLE D5Rs,in-inciong ggufff, V E7 ,J4n,,.Lf:l- .1 ,V The varsity basketball team showed their cheering skills. School Spirit Count Cheerleading The cheerleaders await the toss-up during the annual basketball game. J.V. CHEERLEADERS KNEELING: D. Watts, Long, C, Tobias. Boger, V. Miller, B. Granger. 21 S STANDING: M. Zeck, P .. CHEZVIISTRY CLUB ROW 1: J. Zearfoss, T. Seltzer, S. Ebersole, H. Rasp. ROW 2: J. Brurnmerf R. Beyerle, Mr Advisor. Chemistry Club Does Littleg Chemistry Class Takes Trip 22 SOPRANOS AND TENORS ' ALTOS AND BASSES Chorus And Clee Club Visit WLYH-TV Studios For Presentation Of The Christmas Program GLEE CLUB 1 use H.M. . PI AF ORE, Presented B The Glee DISTRICT CHORUS REPRESENTATIVES: D. Ensrninger, R, Marquette, J. Miller, P. Rowland, D. Rowland. The truth is revealed. The Captain and one of his faithful crew, 24 lub, Was A jolly Good Success. The Sailors' Hornpipe Dance. Opening dance of Sir Josephs' relatives. , ,, k J' Full Cast of the H. M. S. PINAFORE takes a. curtain call. ,wfabi Q ,, A 5 I 2 Despite two early season losses which virtually eliminated the Little Dutchmen harriers from any chance for the CAC Dual Meet Championship, A-C's underclassmen--dominated team mem- bers continued to improve to such a degree that they easily walked away with the CAC Meet Championship. The jubi- lance over this victory, however, was short lived as the team members, on the whole, suffered dismal performances at the District Three Cross Country Meet where A-C finished sixth, After A Slow Start A CHS,s Underclassmen - Dommated Harriers Have Fine Season CROSS COUNTRY TEAM ROW 1 F Sheffy, Mgr , R Dailey, T. Schaffer, B. Books, J. Hostetter, D. Leonard, M. Brandt, G Gerber, Coach ROW2 I I-lower, A Fidler W Wampler, J. Shenk, D, Stephen, C. Borges, R. Birch, K Ainsworth ROW3 R Felty S Gingrich, K Mase, M I-Iabecker, R. Risser, J. Wise, T. Heffner, R. Hamer. ROW4 P Keller, S Martin, T Lingle, L Stegall, I Kleinfelter D Graby, C. Brandt, L. Light, D. Eshelman, D. Hines. Q 3 xl 'cf in Little Dutchman runners reflect their dis- appointment over their sixth place finish in the DISTRICT THREE meet. 5 . I H: :jeg -f ww . - v. 4 Y! i Iwi, I -. gf- M 11, X-f...5L 1 al ' , , gee ' 5155 J . eb-A 2 is -W1-H . iii wil f "H'H'm .5 . - ,HW 'I wr , L I 5 " N " W, . in H I 2' 1? H -I "W tr -mi-fp A L' i ,xx 1. ,SAX 5,- 1 it onli? CROSS COUNTRY SENIORS: KNEELING: W. Wampler, D. Stephen, K. Mase. STANDING: J, Shenk, J. Kleinfelter, L. Light, S. Ging- rich. CRO SS COUNTRY SCORES AC OPP 23 EPI-IRATA 38 15 CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST 50 31 REDLAND 26 17 CUMBERLAND VALLEY 44 35 MILTON HERSI-IEY 21 28 MECI-IANICSBURG 29 16 MIDDLETOWN 51 22 LOWER DAUPI-IIN 42 15 SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP 55 26 ELIZABETI-ITOWN 35 25 PALMYRA 31 24 I-IERSI-IEY 37 18 I EAST PENNSBORO 45 SOLANCO INVITATIONAL--SOLANCO lst CAPITAL AREA CONFERENCE MEET--AC lst AC 4th DISTRICT III MEET--SOLANCO lst AC 6th J.V. CROSS COUNTRY SCORES AC OPP 24 MILTON I-IERSI-IEY 34 15 SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP 55 15 PALMYRA 55 LV, CONFERENCE MEET AC lst Many jubilant faces indicate that A-C has' repeated as the CAC League Meet Champions. 27 Mr. Marlin G. Fureman Dear Member of the Class of 1969, After careful consideration, I've taken the liberty of writing my own dedication, but in the form of an open letter. While I realize that some readers will be appalled by this breech of unwritten protocol, I have done so for several reasons: Q15 No one knows Marlin G. Fureman better than does this Writer. Q21 By using this method, I shall be able to omit those trite cliches often used in the Writeups for dedications. Q20 Such a letter is the only effective way of thanking you for dedicating the 1969 edition of the Corinoma to yours truly. Along with the above-mentioned ' reasons, l've also wanted to thank each of you for having provided those memorable times that have made teaching and coaching such worth- while endeavors. During the past six years, students like yourself have been responsible for keeping teachers, in- cluding this writer, in teaching. Con- sequently, you have helped alleviate the sadness and frustration that has re- sulted from the hyprocrisy and shame of a rather corrupt world. As you step forth from the friendly confinesof A-CHS into the cold, cruel world, I would hope that I've been able to exert a positive influence in preparation for the trials and tribu lations that you will undoubtedly en counter during your lifetime. By the same token I also hope that each of you retains that high concept of fair ness, humility, and honesty which most of you have displayed both in my English classes and on the athletic field. Though I'm sure I could babble on endlessly, I must terminate this overl nostalgic letter somewhere. Saying farewell to 118 friends, however, is a difficult task, nevertheless, allow me to summarize my sentiments by stating that this dedication will always be a constant reminder and symbol of those 118 friendships. Thank you, once again, for this honor Sincerely , Marlin G Fureman DEDIC TIO s-,. Y- s ,Q , ' 1 f s h e S DRI ER BUS DRIVERS: KNEELING: H. Bashore, E. I-Ieisy, A. Struphar, W. Bomgardner. STAND1NG:j, Morgen, 1. Fake, L. Stover, G. Stover, J. Bordlemay, A. Miller. CAF ETERI TAF F M 1 6 5523 -'ki-29 I5 ,,..... , :fiif ,..,.. . Z X 1 . ' -ee' "fi A I , ... .A CAFETERIA STAFF: SITTING: I-I. Miller, E. Ensminger, H. Heisy, B. Miller, L. Fink, D. Wolfe, D. Sutcliff. STANDING: B. Sattesahn, M. Granger, A. Fachler, M. Tice, F. Hanlon, A. Balaster. CUSTODIANS: ROW 1: B. Payetta, K. Delong, I. Meyers. ROW 2: R. Sat- tazahn, S. Simmons. ROW 3: H. Graby, A. Ruber. Missing--A. Rice, H. Snavely. Yi. ' Custodians nfl .1 " N. Q J' Mrs. Ruth Maulfair and Mrs. Eleanor Shay perform many unseen tasks which enable the administration to carry out their policies. - ' Mrs. Doris Markey helps the students and faculty in- per- forming the everyday schedule AZ ECRETARIAL STAFF Secretarial Staff: Mrs. Nancy Meyer, Mrs. Gladys Martin, Mrs. Ruth Maulfair, Mrs. Eleanor Shay, Mrs. Doris Markey. J' .. 5, X rffff., fyrv, 1 HHN- I If-Ni, ily-af ,, , 1 1 gil ':::'.-' 2:1201-lj x ' li, .'.', R - . . as maxim, ' L .. 'ifflw 1' owing' T33 3 ART DEPARTMENT Mr. Rodney Del-Iaven watches Barb Blatt display her talent. BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Business Education Department: Mrs. Ada Light, Mr. Marlin Snider, and Miss Ruth Witter. 3 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: SEATED: Miss Burgner, Miss Ford, Mr. Fureman. STANDING: Mrs. Gingrich, Mr. Liebert, Mr. Martin, Miss McCulloh. Mr. Foltz, who primarily teaches social studies, also teaches English Mr. Liebert, die eighth grade English and reading to junior high students. :IU U 3 IW! teacher, prepares a lesson on linguistics I 3 muon,-' ' ' 'NUM 'i' - h 5, cnt 4 .s p ,Q 4 , Il ii , M E in., rw , 11 Nl -1.15529 up 4 Is the fluid in the thermos bottle of a 1928 vintage, Miss Frederickson? Frau Bishop daily quizzes her German sections to see if they know their vocabulary F CREIG LANGUAGE DEP RTME T g. 1 V i FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: SEATED: Mrs. Bishop, Miss Frederickson, Mr. Kruger, Miss Myers. 33 'qw ' 'Y' "if i--1 ' Vp'-1" ' - '- Ay ,. -sql In 11, M so II r I 2 2 A ,I U ' P - mf E , , , gigs .M X' 2 , 55 I fl" K' 5 U 1 2, , rg X . . I W, E , ff 5 M Qiiu Jia, s., 3 Ugg, . C Xue One of the many sutstitutes for Mr. Stepp, Mr. Spancake oversees a senior gym class. HE LTH AN PHYSICAL EDUCATIO DEP RTMENT STANDING: Mrs. Bowman 7 Mr. Worcester, Mrs. Hains. HCME ECO O ICS DEP RTMENT 34 STANDING: Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Lebo, Mrs. Schaffer. INDUSTRIAL ART DEPARTME T SEATED: Mrs. I.aBarbara., Mr. Schlay- bach, Mr. Morton. STANDING: Mr. Brandt. TR ME TALA D OCAL MUSIC DEPARTME T Eg? if .5 SEATED: Mr. Lemon. STANDING: Mr. Huey, Mrs. Sollenberger. This year, Mrs. Sollenberger took the Senior High Chorus to WLYH-TV studios to- tape the Christmas program. Mr. Lemon directing the junior high band at the Street Fair. -, . , , 'Engl we 3 M THEM TIC DEP RTME T iz? - ' " .L riff: :A 'W-Ing It's the end of the six Weeks marking period and Gene Graham wants to find out if his math grade will pull up his English grade. Mr. I-Iains, a senior high mathematics teacher, performs one of his many tasks as advisor to the Senior Class. ua maxim ,r."k3Ba 1 JR. ,,ssrs., in A Mrs. Campbell gives individualized instruction to one of her algebra students. IVIATHEIVLATICS DEPARTMENT: SEATED: Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Keller, Mrs. Rank. STANDING: Mr, Parks, Mr. Houser. Missing--Mr. Hains. in SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Goudy, Mr. Kline, Mr. Lingle, Mr. Swingholm, IVLr. Webber. SCIENCE DEP RTME T Mr. Swingholm shows students how to operate a "hy microscope. l W wil Ninth graders discuss their problems with their teacher, Mr. Gilbert. ide Eiga SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT: SEATED: Mr. Allwein, Mr. Dibert, Mr. Eschenmann, Mrs. Foltz, Mr. Gerber, Mr Moyer, Miss Witmeyer. OCIAL T DIE DEPARTMENT Mr. Allwein gets his intellectual inspiration from a rather unique and highly-sophisticated masterpiece. li I ,ESQ-I: 2 liege Mr. Eschenmann, the seventh grade social studies teacher, catches the attention of the students by asking: What is I . . , ' self-determlnatlon '? 38 .L1g,.fsvmi4Wg,5.-n..,.-- I , M' ' iiiigiixfm. VL. WTI? . L E Q...-is ,V ,, .gif -. if ,igguw ' -.mail I . H .X-I SEAS .Q W," 3225, I .1 4 12.04-f .mp Mr. Forney checks over I. Q. results for ninth grade students. S: GUIDANCE COUNSELORS: JUNIOR HIGH COUN- SELOR: Mr. Forney. SENIOR HIGH COUNSELOR: Mr. F ake. Mrs. Moyer shows Anne Guidon how to file diierent types of books. PER ONNEL I PECIALIZED FIELD LIBRARLAN: Mrs. Moyer. SCHOOL NURSE: Miss Keene. SPECIAL EDUCATION: Mrs. Zimmerman. QMISSING--HOME AND FAMILY VISITOR: Mrs. Matticks. j N I x L 39 Field Hockey Dutchgals Finish Second In League VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: Kneeling: S. GRANT, B. COLEMAN, K. SI-IENK, S. SHERMAN, J. KEENER, C. WEIMER, M. REIST, G. WOLFE. Standing: P. MURPHY, MGR.g R. ADOMITIS, MGR.5 A. BROWN, C. INI- BODEN, B. Cl-IADWICK, J. SCI-IMALZER, D. LIGHT, D, DUTWEILER, L. PARTRIDGE, D. GRIER, MGR.g D. HAINS, COACH. Coach Hains awards Varsity letters in Field Hockey to the team's five outstanding senior--Deb Light, Marilyn Reist, jean Schmalzer, Sue Sherman, and Gloria Wolfe. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY SCORES: OPP . 2 Norlebco 0 0 Cedar Crest 4 O Elco l 1 Norlebco 1 0 Cedar Crest 1 1 Elco 0 40 AC JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY SCORES: OPP. 4 Norlebco 0 0 Cedar Crest l 2 Elco 0 5 Norlebco O 0 Cedar Crest 0 4 Elco O Annville - Cleona' s Var - sity Field Hockey Team suffered a disappointing season as it finished with a league record of two Wins, three losses, and one tie. While this result fell far short of the pre- season expectations, the team members showed plenty of drive and deter- mination in acheiving second place in the league standing. JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: Kneeling: P. LIGHT, c. WEIDLER, R I-IARNER v. MILLER, P. GARRET, K. RAUCK, B. GRANT, J. GAMBLE. standing E Bow MAN, COACH, J. WAYBRIGHT, J. KINGSLEY, L. ZENGERLY, J. IIOPPLE, M FOR NEY, L. MEYER, H. KREAMER, D. HOFFSMITI-I, c. MARSHALL, E. IMBODEN L LINGLE, P . MILLER. rp V 'sf "5 -'iz - 'NHF95' Q O 45,1 VARSITY FOOTBALL: Row 1: D. OINORICH, O. LEONARD, A. GIBBLE, H. ZEIDERS, R. EBERSOLE, K. SHUEY, E. DTEEUS, D. KYLE, R. BAYLOR, 1. FISHER, D. KRUOER. Row 2: T. RHODES, T. LINGLE, R. SMITH, H. WAMPLER, c. KELLER, K. HOKE, E. HARTMAN, R. EOMEERGER, T. EERNSLER, W. HERR, O. WALEORN. Row 3: s. REESE, J. SAMPLE, R. HITZ, N. EEERSOLE, R. CHABLTNOY, R. STARK, D. PETERS, E. FANSLER, J. TITTLE, J. GRANGER, P. EERIOHT. ROW4: W. ZOMERO, R. WILDASIN, J. BOWERS, E. SHUEY, G. KRAMER, S. BREIDENSTINE, E. WOLFE, D. WATSON. Dutohmen Tie For Last Place In First Season Of Official CAC Competition In Football Q-1 Right tackle Al oibbie and 1-ight guard "Yogi" Zeiders, two bright Spots in an Otherwise dismal football season, received Second team berths on the All-County Football Team. VARSITY FOOTBALL SC ORES AC OPP O Palmyra 34 6 Milton Hershey 32 'Q' -L ,Q Cumberland Valley 33 9 33 East Pennsboro 2 1 6 Susquehanna Township 56 12 Lower Dauphin 26 O Middletown 39 'D 6 Mechanicsburg 6 Redland 26 2 1 O Hershey 33 42 Despite having a great deal of talent, the A-Cl-IS football team failed to achieve much success during the 1968 campaign--the school's first official season in foot ball as a member of the CAC. Lack of experience, conditioning, and ESPRIT DE CORPS did much to undermine the efforts of many out- standing individuals Who deserved a better fate than a one and nine won-lost record. Returning lettermen, such as Gene Leonard, john Fisher, Ken Shuey, Rich Ebersole, Ted Hartman, Chris Keller, Ron Bomberger, and Dale Gingrich, will be counted on heavily to lead A-C's football fortunes out of the doldrums . These fine athletes, however, will need a great deal of help from numerous members of a scrappy junior varsity team to fill positions vacated by many talented seniors . Talented Underclassmen Cause Optimistic Outlook For A-CHS Football I. V. FOOTBALL SCORES J.v. FOOTBALL: Row 1: D. PETERS, K. HOKE, R. STARK, T. AC OPP FERNSLER, R. SMITH, H. WAMPLER, R. CHABITNOY, T. ADEY, 6 PALMYRA R. EBERSOLE W. HERR R. BOMIBERGER T. RHOAD J. SAMPLE. Row 2: R. SHiNDEL, MGR5 G. o'NEAL, IvIGR.g N. EBIERSOLE, J. MILTON HERSHEY BOWERS, R. SMITH, K. BERRY, D. CUSTER, E. SHUEY, R. MIDDLETOWN WnDAS1N,J. GRANGER, S. REESE, T. FOLTZ, J. WOLFE, MGR.5 MECHANICSBURG S. ALBRIGHT MGR. Row 3: S. ZELLERS MGR. - W. zoMBRo E. POSEY, B. 'WoiFE, D. WATSON, 1. TlTTLE, Zz. KRAMER,,S. LOWER DAUPHIN BREIDENSTINE, R. MERRY, R. Lots, G. WATTS, D. FINKBINDER, HERSHEY E. HARTMAN. CUMBERLAND VALLEY F BL Takes Field Trip Erma Diem receives a Business Education Award in Shorthand hom Mr. Snider. To Washington Paid For By A Sub-Sale. In addition to being the advisor of the F.B. L. A. , Mr. Snider is one of the active business teachers. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA: ROW 1: M. Snider, Advisorg L. Zimmerman, N. Keath, K. Klick, J. Long, C. Fuhrman, C. Eckenrode, P. Graby, S. Kreiser, J. Snavely. ROW 2: S. Vanovich, H. Wampler, D. Donmoyer, B. Fuhrman, L. Partridge, C. Houser, D. Books, S. Nissley, T. Lingle. ROW 3: C. Brown, D. Ensminger, S. Vogelsong, P. Schwalm, E. Diem, S. Warful, C. Imboden, B. Risser, L. Stegall. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ROW 1: E. Hostetter, I-I. Weaver, M. Risser, B. Sellers, K. Mase, G. Unge mach, N. Hoover, C. Meyer, B. Hitz. ROW 2: I.. Marten, Advisor, A. Fidler, 1. Newman, D. Kreiser, F. Kettering, R. Kerkeslager, K. Kleinfelter, N. Eversole, H. Miller, M. Kreider, B. Burke, T. Rhoads, C. Long, M. Haldeman. ROW 3:j. Hostetter, D. Finkbinder, E. I-Iostetter, E. Hartman, G. I-Ioffer, D. Parker, W. Cox, T. Tucker, R. Bryce, D. Sauder. FF Parliamentar Procedure Team Places Second In The Count Q71 A PRIZE-WINNING FLOAT COM- PLETE WITH ORIENTAL BEAUTIES. 46 FFA BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: N. Ebersole, G. Heagy, N Hoover, B. Sellers. STANDING: D. Wampler, D. Hoover, D. Heagy, K. Sellers, C. Bomgardner, T. Eckenrode, K. Mase, C. Meyer. Another Successful annual FFA Banquet. A ' A PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE TEAM: SEATED: N. Hoover, H. Weaver, K. Mase, B. Sellers. STANDING: B. Hitz, K. Kleinfelter, C. Meyer. 47 Future Homemakers Of America Enjoy Club etivities FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: ROW 1: M. Hitz, S. Teahl, C. Eckenrode, S. Kreiser, G. Mase, S. Boyer, G. Leonard, G. Spannuth, D. Bomgardner, I. Dull, J. Hemperly, B. Ebersole, S. Wert, D. Burke, C. Seyfert, I. Long. ROW 2: S. Weaver, D. Miller, W. Bates, J. Gerber, E. Bomgardner, B. Hostetter, D. Grier, J. Seller, K. Wampler, L. Lingle, S. Blauch, S. Yake, C. Graham, K. Kirkwood, S. Kline, M. Fake, L. Lebo, Advisor. ROW 3: M. Raber, G. Blauch, I. Waybright, B. Hallman, C. Fuhrman, D. Kling, I. Long, E. Deim, C. Brandt, M. Kramer, S. Smith, D. Kreiser, M. Elliott, J. Hirschbock, N. Smith. This, year, the Future Homemakers of America engaged in several worthwhile activities. Included among these were a field trip to Washington, D.C. , a mother-daughter banquet, and a visit to the Metropolitan -E dison Company. In addition, ,fa - during the regular .gy-.m meetings several speakers F," , addressed the club on rx various aspects of homemaking. 48 The F A Sponsors A Bake Sale For Charit ROW 1 E. Tshudy, D. Bomgardner, B. Long, D. Herr ROW 2 K. Horn, D. Brandt, E. Bomgardner, C. Gross, P. Wilhelm, D. Keener. ROW 3 G. Wolfe, M. Clawser, K. Hollowell, J. Sellers, F. Williams, P. Kreiser, M. Forney, R.Keene, Advisor. The FT Gave Students A Chance To Experience The Feelings Of Teachers. 1 W gi QW H.. I it Af 4. . . L.- L FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW 1: D. Forwood, D. Light, M. Reist, D. Dutweiler, ROW 2: L. Long, J. Hopple, L. Meyer, D. Watts, B. Scheib, P. O'Nea1, C. Graham, J. McCork1e, K. Sherman. ROW 3: I. Martin, Advisory D. Smith, B. Hostetter, K. Bowman, E. Chadwick, I. Schmaltzer, A. Brown, P. Murphy, M. Tobias, G. Spannuth. 49 uf HALL PATROL ROW 1 A. Coleman, advisor, T. Foltz, N. Hoover, R. Kerkeslager, N. Ebersole, T. Adey, B. I-Iitz, M. Brandt, I. Fernsler, H. Resp, D. Gingrich, D. Gerber, J. Wise, D. Peters, K. Mase, B. Sellers. ROW 2 M. Wampler, M. I-Ialdeman, T. Rhoads, J. Kleinfelter, D. Kruger, J. Fisher, H. Zeiders, D. Kyle, F. Diebus, R. Wentling, A. Gibble, R. Baylor, K. Shuey, H. Wampler, C. Greenawalt, R. Stark. Hall Patrol Prevents Chaos As Classes Pass. Hi-Y Club Discuss uestions Pertinent To Our Society SENIOR HIGH HI-Y SEATED: G. Walbom, C. Keller, I. Dohner, C. Karsnitz, I. Fisher. ROW 1: M. DeLong, C. Nash, 1. Barner, R. Marquette, W. Kline, R. Wentling, R. Achey, F. Diebus, L. Keller, S. Schaeffer, F. Allwehm, Advisor. ROW 2: B. Kruger, E. Fansler, J. Tice, C. Brandt, R. Ebersole, G. Light, C. Goodman, S. Royer, I. Fortl, R. Miller. 50 ine SENIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY: ROW 1: S. Tom, A. Guidon, J. Wethington, J. Diebert, advisor. ROW 2: T. Schaffer, R. Dailey, K. Umberger, B. Long, M. Reist, B. Blatt, C. Graham, S. Grant, J. Shenk, J. Sample. ROW 3: R. Books, J. McCorkle, G. Bissinger, S. Shuey, B. Hostetter, C. Beuchle, D. Forwood, M. Hitz, C. Karsnitz. ROW 4: I. Fisher, G. Light, R. Felty, D. Garosi, E. Diem, A. Brown, C. Imboden, P. Rowland, J. Hower, R. Hamer. Honor Societ Develops News Cultural Environments For Old nd New Members 51 'E i ff N ' r hu 'gh s - . Glenn Achey Terry Achey James Atkins 15 J ,., A , nnn 'A is ' 1 i I X V , John Barner Linda Beard 1 Norman Beare N 1,5 4, 1 , 'f f . ,aw Carol Beuchle Roderick Beyerle Gail Bissinger Junior Class Officers: Dawn Dutweiler, Secretaryg Greg Light, President, Miss Witmeyer, Advisor, Andrea Rhodes, Vice Presi- dentg and Robert Books, Tresurer. unior Class Sells Cand As F und-Raising Drive V Harvey Bomgardner - ' . Barry Books '+P ,. 1 ' Robert Books n 1, Craig Borges Charles Brandt Anne Brown , .. Charles Brown ' - am' John Brummer A n A be as Robert Bryce ,L I , if H' ' Ilzlarry Beffenmeyer E '--Lv , " X ancy are 1' ' W' K, X Q in l-j-' Robert Chabitnoy M of i3Ws33'1w BMW Chadwick V ' ' Edith Cooper V ,, . , William Cox , , , , Randy Crawford ,, ' ' ,gf ' N ' ff Dale Custer if '35 ' A "Ei" .L 'zii 1 "" Donna Dei11 " W Michael Delong -Tay - 5 V f ls ' I -if 'Y 4 Debbie Dodson rg ,X I M 1 :,:, . i ,. .VZ : Debra Donmoyer Debbie Dubbs Dawn Dutweiler Brenda Ebersole Richard Ebersole Cynthia Eckenrode Martha Estep , ,., 4 M 52 nj or , ,.. y A 1 'W' .4 1'!' V ,r , V 1 U , 1 . ,f , C 4 ' 'N n :lvl .g l 2 "Q. . mx' " I '.fIJ x ra r 'fr -4 L 4' NN zxfvx ii WWW 6 34 xx L, , 5, H fmt ,wel ll H r. W sa! . Kathleen Fake Mary Fake Robert Felty Allen Fidler John Fisher Debra Forwood Janet Gerber Clair Goodman Dwight I-Iostetter Rodney Hosterrer Connie Irnboden Maryann Graby Patricia Graby William Graby Susan Grant Linda Irwin Craig Karsniu janet Keener Joanna Guildoo Melvin I-Iabecker Barbara I-Ialhnan Kenneth Hamm Christopher Keller Lance Keller Robert Keller Randall Kelly Robert Kerkeslager Susan Kline William Kline Marilyn Kramer Lynn Kreider Mervin Kreider Cheryl Kreiser Clair Kreiser Earl Hartman Karen I-Ieeter Mary Jane I-Ieisey Juanita I-lemperly Deborah Kreiser Sandra Kreiser Benjamin Kruger Kim Hemperly Marie I-Iitz Gerald Hoffer Jay HoHer Harold I-Ioffsmith Kim I-Ioke Steven Honn Nevin Hoover 53 Suzanne Lemon Gene Leonard Gregory Light Lily Lingle Thomas Lingle Robert Livering janet Long Jeanne Loose Judy McCorkle Reynolds Marquette Kirby Martin Grace Mase Clyde Meyer David Meyer Dianne Meyer Deborah Miller James Mumma jeffrey Newman Richard Nickliss Lawrence Noll 1 1 ... H 7 - , . Fl? V - I ,P , 3, - , f" E v "-I L , ' .WW E 'TS 1 44 . n , f gf g riff . f L ' 4 ' 5 I'A:AV' - lx I LA 'WK ,gr .J if 'N i x Goof Iuniors Express Their Linda Partridge Darrell Peterson Larry Pyles Angela Quiles Debra- Ragguinto Dennis Rhoad Andrea Rhodes Don Risser Michael Risser Dennis Rowland Steven Royer Fred Sanmartin Steve Schaeffer Judy Shaffer Kenneth Shuey h 54 I ' .V 1' " Q- .V 'f-' v gy ,. fr, re . V- ' ' 1:49 Hu, '1 .Eg .1 1, 3-"'wL,' 1. mbitions. 7 :- mln, U U Zig " 5 "fl .X - K 7 lf- i k.. -1 15 L f -1.-Q.-X,--'E-'b. 71, 'usa Q, K K ' we X ,tr,, v ' in li n- ., '1 -" . - ' 92 '. ,ii 15 - 1 .af ,tg L A A' Ph- QQ '. V 7' L A it .- 1 , A i"i embers Of Iunior Class Enjo Street Fair. we 1 A 1 15: 1-4 'fr Lf- 'fir M I-P L' -' , Q -ef' Que -.'. Q' af M 'AN gh Q his .ve '. . if 'il' ,an , ! 3 -vs- . 5 Q l'f?"', at H-as -- , ,1- gk. Q. I is r..V 1 M , ,,:, , .,sQ 1 S, S 1 4, - 1 'Q S N' 'W . V""' ' A- bvlub 1 ,, ' S A 5' M .N r S S . r W S in an ,, X1 S' I ""krT3T'r J 55 Jan Schoornaker Harold Schwalm Sharon Smith Lavern Snavely Ronald Stark Sylvia Stasko Gerald Taulbee Thomas Tucker Karen Umberger Connie Vanwinkle Sondra Warfel Darlene Weaber Lillian Weaber Marletta Weaver Susan Weaver Delores Weik Charlagne Weimer Jim Wise Dane Wolfe Kenneth Wolfe Ronald Wolfe Susan Yake Mark Yorty Barry Zimmerman Cynthia Zimmerman The STC.. sf liil y JE ,M Our King and Queen, Dean Kruger and Anita Stover. Dean and Anita lead the dance after the crowning. Food ! ! ! NOW everyone is happy. f...- I could have danced all night, Anita Stover And Dean Kruger Are Picked As King And Queen Cf The Iunior-Senior Prom. "The Days of Wine and Roses" was the theme of this years' junior-Senior Prom which was held at the Green Terrace under candlelight and rose trellises . A1 Morrison and his band provided the entertainment. Because of careful planning of the various committees, this biggest social event of the year was a great success. L31 Student Librarians Help Mrs. Moyer LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: ROW 1: V. Miller, D. Shellenberger, D. Wartluft, C. Zimmerman, C. Boger, D. Dodson, E. Fuhrman, C. Gross, N. Smith, I. Hirschbock. ROW 2: D. Deitz, B. Sheib, E. Cooper, B. Meily, J. Shaffer, M. Arnold, C. Aughinbach, S. Smith, M. Heisey. ROW 3:B. Fuhrman, R. Adomaitis, D. Grier, M. Raber, L, Shies, G. Blanch, J. Waybright, D. Garosi, J. Moyer, Advisor. ROW 4: T. Reitz, I. Mumma, D. I-Ioffsmith, P. Schwalm, K. Schneider, I.. Zimmerman, D. Herr, D. Kreiser, B. Hallman, G. Felty. LIBRARY CLUB: ROW 1: C. Boger, 1. Moyer, Advisory M. Arnold, R. Adomaitis, G. Garosi, J. Gamble. ROW 2: M. Safstrom, M. Gassert, S. Dailey, B. Blauch, G. Felty, R. Bowman, C. Zimmerman, D. Wartluft, I. Shaffer, D. Bowman, C. Auchinbach. ROW 3: J. Hirschbock, M. Raber, E. Cooper, D. Grier, I. Waybright, P. Schwalm, D. Garosi, K. Schneider, G. Blauch, N. Smith. ' gal:-WL Ig fvf' ..,., u5.,,, , as A l 1 w Ayr L NEWSPAPER STAFF SEATED I Mxller, C Imboden, L. Egll, L Llngle, E Chadwlck, L Zengerle, D GHTOSI, L Z1mmerman D M111er, C Ford, adv1sor,J Wethington C Ehrhart, H Kreamer STANDING I Clawser, J Meyers, I Hopple, I Granger, S Shuey, I Klahr, C. Gross B B1e1y, K I-Iollowell, G Garosl, M Rhodes, R Swlsher, B H1tz, K Unger, G Longenecker, C Bnghtbdl 35? -M . 'Q Projectionists Assist Faculty In The Use Audio-Visual Aids PROIECTIONISTS: ROW 1: Mr. Swingholm, advisor, C. Long, R. Atkins, J. Snavely, T. Rittle, B. Keener, B. Wolfe, D. M. Fogleman, P. Hess. ROW 2:G. Cutman, R. Miller, D. Meyer, H. Schwalm, R. Zern, J. Bowers J. Pyles, E. Shuey, T. San Martin, L. Boeshore. 59 TI-LE LITTLE DFG'S: SEATED: L. Jeffries, L. Zimmerman, Mrs. Le Barbara, advisory J. Schoomaker, D. Weik, S. Vogelsong. STANDING: S. Kettering, J. Granger, M. Habecker, M. Wethington, J. Wise. Little Dutchmen Forensic Group Learn Fundamentals Of Public Speaking l , , f 60 Various Community And School Organizations Reward Outstanding Seniors For Their Endeavors Phil Rowland, Jack Shenl-C, and Anita Stover received the Annville Rotary Club Service Award. Gloria Wolfe receives the DAR Good Citizens Award. Stephen Tom receives the Actuary Test Award. Phil Rowland receives the Bausch and Lomb Science Award. ll is Daryl Gerber receives the Moyer- Longacre Scholarship as Sue Sherman who received the scholarship award from the Nu Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society, looks on. l ,I 1 3 N K . v RQ E Seniors Enjoy Involvement In Many Facets Cf A-CHS Life Culminating With Commencement 1 f" SENIOR MEMORIAM n un: DONALD FIDLER HARRY ZEIDERS DEATH Death, be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not sog For those whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow Die not, poor Death: nor yet canst thou kill me. From rest and sleep, which but thy picture be, Much pleasureg then from thee much more must flow, And soonest our best men with thee do go-- Rest of their bones and souls' delivery! Thou'rt slave to fate, chance, kings, and desperate men, And dost with poison, war, and sickness dwell, And poppy or charms can make us sleep as well And better than thy stroke. Why sWell'st thou then? One short sleep past, we wake eternally, And Death shall be no more: Death, thou shalt die! john Donne 64 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Steve Gingrich Erma Diem BEST CITIZENS: Jack Shenk Gloria Wolfe BEST ATI-ILETES: Al Gibble Deb Light BEST DRESSED: jim Kauffman Cindy Houser MOST POPULAR: Bob Wentling Anita Stover CLASS CLOWNS: Stan Keller Janie Shaffer , AIKWS' I " Eulw"'!'F'J w Ql B sw - Elil Members Of The Senior -Class Vote For utstandin Classmates In Eleven Categories - -1 ... e i . -- --...-- I.. ,..., I - --N ....- ' dun Y U A ... M- , -1 " .,5,v-- ,N ...- ,.. 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I 54421 V ' Q1 3 A ,, fm. f az IKENE EL!-EN ULU-L A "Irene" Lizs H ' GENERAL? mf cms 1,N2j3 5 cheerleading 1. M2 Always has a problem . . . Avid H FFQ follcwvoer . . Q. Where's the ring? . today? A , . , BAQRRY DUQLER. "map" Arr VE?-'TEC 2, M1161 Chaperone . . . 'Car fan . . som eday ow-n his own coinputerl NEVIN LESTER EBERSOLE ...L wx M.: Q Q: FFA 1,25 Hall Patrol -1,5525 Football fx as 3, L' Z- 1, 1 on W A A , fb I - fu - Tniok driiii minister Sea 2 A, gulls? . . . Graaf philosopherl ALIQEN EBllEl71SOIjlf "srev'e"' ACADEMIC Z M, . .. 4 ,, ,W .,. N '51 L" " x::- nl' if Marching Band 1, 2, 3 5 Brass Choir 1,2,3g Wind Ensemble 2,35 Chem H X1 VAVZ3 C1uh,2, 35 jl"ri-Class Plgy 2, 35:1 ' Yearbook 2, 3 . ' Doodler . . . Given D-Hall for tragggrping Egg an egel . .fLoves: Ao aquariums. or if' .f M A, ' 2 'E 'Y IRENE E. DULL BARRY L. DUPLER NEVIN L. EBERSOLE STEVEN A. EBERSOLE .f'g'4""'9 1.1 mf 'V A Elf JA 'l' -s..-QA.. vit- A o ,, 71 Not another tray of subs ? llwwk w CONSTANCE S. EHRHART MARYJ. ELLIOTT ' sy if G. EDWARD FANSLER JAMES M- FERNST-ER 1 , .T .- 3 51 'CONSTANCE'SUEffEHRHAR'14 "Connie" C ACADEMIC Chorus 1,,2,35 Glbe Club 2,33 Tri- Hi-Y 1,2,35 Tri-Class Play 1,2g Newsfiapeii 1,2532 Yea1'bookA:f3. SQ21?S,IfgECOlQLdSi11 Tggig ,I . . Qgiclgq cliianfii ofzmoodsf . X. Getfkin Ear 1ZI"LiIlkS'L' ' f- A 'MARY JANE ELLIOTT gf,2,43 g,fE1'ir-Hi-Y 115 Yearbook 3 . V 'Dips ice crezffn . "What Icind doayou 1-e5Ctom1neg1d?" . . . Always sftiiilifig. f A EDWARD Fi5iNSiEr? ""AndJ?iEtti4" H" H Mhrciiinfkafid CCnb'g't"Band 1, 2,55 Hi-'Y 35,Fogtb2,ll 1,2,3g 'B:fsc-:ball ix EvCrWfat1:Flete's11ou1dq,have a motto like Ed's . . . Polite gas station aiierrdaniiii? . C .'5"17he Sfiittef JAMES MICHAEL FERNSLER " 'im Lk GENERAL Mirching Baiiid 1, 2w,'3g Gonqfert Ba,-nd 1 2 35 Wind Ensemble 33 Dlfilnci ?B3.Zl'1dli 2f3gT2Ia11 Pai:ro1i2 35,1Vag'sity- Club 2 , 33 Trackzgg , Z., 3,5 Sgccer 1,2,3 Charlie fGr6fE:n . Has 5 fan club , . 5 Cgpductsxbasketball bandf A K 13:31 "' 226531 5 4 Ae AAAA A 1 l ' 1 3 5 A X "MA Q? ,,. .F as as , M. I We xw 5 CI-IERYL ANN FUHRMAN "C hyeryl " CQMMEISC IAL Chorus 1,23 FBLA 3s FHA 35 Library Ass'ts. 1, 25 Library Club 1 , 23S Teriixis 3. Fun to be with . . . Good basket- ball player, . . Mild but mighty. f 1 ' EVELYN MARIE FU RMAN "Evie " VO-TEC Chorus 1,25 Library Ass'ts. 1,2,33 Library Club 1,2. 1 Outspoken . . . Loves English class! . Hard Worker. DARYL JEFFREY GlZRBER hlil "Daryl" Sw 'ACADEMIC Stuiient Council , 2, 35111-kill Pcrrol 1,2,35 Varsity Club 1,2,3g Track 1, 2E-I35 'Socjccr 152, 35 Basketbfllll 1 2. Always complaining . . . Mathe- matfician . Thinkin of , N 1 S entering the coal business. ALLEN GEORGE QSIBBLE, "Al" COMMERCIAL I-Iall Patrol 2,33 Varsity,gClub 2,35 Track 1, 2, 315 Football 1, 2 , 3 . Large Mass . . . The other half of Miss McCul1oh's comedy teangi . . . Mr. Furem:-1n's favorite ion. W .ml 11 fs, mg? S CI-IERYL A. FUI-IRNIAN EVELYN M. FURMAN DARYL J. GERBER ALLEN G. GIBBLE Seniors show school spirit in odd way. fm E w w H ww gn' 1 1 3 l JANET GINGRICH STEVEN B. GINGRICH een? S93 Wim Nix MQ ' H uw ,, MY. E NJ Emi, x : Y, W , ,, W ,ml QE, as 5-. ., E m, E- - 2 fi- , f M , ,fu f EE M no .E 1121, 'Eri E b0OkN2,3. Q E K Gi'egaEdriver'?' . those E h,9F1SJ0Q.J1iSl1 5011149 .E I " 5 5 'N STEVENQBRYAN GLNGRICH , "steven ff Efli E2Ef Eisacomnmwroov E35 Boyfsmgpuarcatv 33EHoJ3or. , 33 Ebzg Vafsity Clyb 33 Track 1,:2,3g ' Coum1fi?T1,2,3E E ' ,E Cgyxsciengiolggf . 5. . Faiiglrful two A niiler' . .X . Organizatioh p1usQ KA1iEN M1LDPLED 3g:REss I 5 "Kal-en" gf W FHA T3 FTA '25 ffbrary XKSS'fg. N1,2 Library Clubgikl 5 Varsity C1Lib,2g35 ' Basketball, 1,V2,3. Hefsag, Horsfes .A . , EEYEE Fzzssquent EZ Ergumenfsgin E 5 Tfcfiiss . . Found at tl'1e""fati'1'noi"s" ANNE CUYDON ,wlugiggneijl Wg azk W , QCQ SfudentGovlt'. 3g Honey: Sogiety 2,55 FI-Lai 1,35 -fjli-IY Y?ES?1rbookw3. tg A o11g5. ., . Qesqnagjonf- 2, X- New York Clty . . . big, brown XX' ewgs' ' 152' of ' :jj , :E . Ei, , ffm' J 2 K2 ,84 , , ou.. ,, ,M 5 .4 E 5 H Y .Af-' 5-5, -v Stigveiiflinglxicfih iooeivesginaffg from ,g.1M1zsE. Keller.. fi I f 3 x KAREN M. GRESS ANNE M. GUIDON 91 ' Eg ms 5525: .f , me W , ., wig' - N, ww A Ev iw 5. 1 2511 , 5' 5 if ff ,wi ini Sq ii 221. E, E 95, ' , 1.1 .5551 zzzziilw 53? . .. Q 4 few1i1'1z:fer'.w'e'1:1' "Wm-f-f'f ' if , ,.f,.,.YI".g. , , SQ l f gfiifll xl- ' . .- -2 '!- ,. H 'f .su ..l " 1,' EY. W H' sg . , 1 "1 r wa., 2 1 2 Z., . sg 5- - am :ws . ima' EE? 51, sz, if 5 5. 11 ma , 1 K' Y f - my is - , a i 2 9 A.3Z, 5 B 1 I 1 , 1 W A W Y me ' -' " ,X f LA' W Marlena? Hatz 1'ecew1veS type?-2 Y 1 writing- award from Mr. Snyderg ' 1 gsm w 'U fi C' - um - ,-gm ' ,ef gua -ML .. -LQ gig 53.55 iii? N" N W a CYNNENE KAY HALSELL m of ff a f,3 q FBLA 19. Library Asus. 41, 2 5 Library Clzib, 1,2V51wTri+HAj52-Y 1,25 NeWSPaper,1 ' Raises gerblesuatsj , . . Seen ' N wiga Toni . . . Writes lgeautiful lg, 555 stivfies? " regex ii? , M TIMOQJQHY GALEN Q-IERTZQG 'Harry Gin.-yf' eff a A cL,V Track'25,Socoe1j 1,2,3. Great Whijie hunter . .W Gets Host- easily . . . Hefty-getty mah , A "NIar1ene"' 351 H 7 BUSHNIESSQ? Chorus ,1,gg2,-35 Honor SQQQiGtYI5Q2,3Q Class Officer 2,35KTri-Hi-Y 2 " 'Yearbook 3 3 Va1'Sity'C1ub 33 ,.,f Chgefleading " Fafmefs dau 'hier Sure7ij15'i1't a black angus . . .. Usually Ch ' l A KENNETH LEE HESRST x Q was - 2 ' law ' Chemistry Clqb I. Herr Kruger's peg? . . .' Summaer a blonde . Qtfiit trouble minkgr. 5 ..,, , W "A 5 - w V b 15:1 1 P w 21 mai . ' ,E - V nfl , . ji-QV 935: ,, -1 :VH L fax: . J ,.ak,, gas wvf!'5?w e H- I , . ,v Ala -Vi! . ' H ,'v'.g if! , 1- A f, ' A, ,J ' ww f x .fl 'Q I CYNNENE K. HALSELL TIMOTHY G. HERTZOG Seniors look forward to another "exhilarating" POD class. MARLENE H. HITZ KENNETH L. HORST Some people are proud of their legs. A?"'s, 165 ERNEST E. HOSTETTER CYNTHIA I. I-IOUSER was 'tw ef' 'E REBECCA A. HOWELL JAMES C- HOWER l seg . -I xl W Ee- --1 33:1 - 3 -.51 'Agsx 11,:jx.4-.. L.:-E4 , U i J 1 , X dig Q: ff Lf - ' fm w H am - -- u E 41 12, V W ai 5 , H Ye 4 ERNEST EARL HQSTEIEER 1 1'Emie"H Q fm AGRICULTURE FFA,1,g,?5Qy Em , E Spefidsfesafigrdi nighfsw iriuffhe. wobds - Alwws Ylilllgg 129 heip - - Where 's your 'passf X 55555 sw 7 1, 153351 y CYIQITHIA IEANNE HQUSER 2f'CiEdy'E E " H' CC mBUSiNEf3.SS J vw 3 Q Qhorus 1,2,SsyMamhmg Band 1,2, ,125 33 EHAZZS 'Y 1,l5's - Ig:Q5-145,85 fgMbe11Qq.Q1brfLQz . .rwpeppy Head mgioretteg .E . Extegmsiyee L NX Ifkfi afrdfoliige. my Tm Q53 1? 5: ww i age, u w KK uw fm ww H :av -1 gg sex' sims 5355 . iw, M Q 22: my mf, f if 215 H A N WL M ' 1 1 , Afte1wsa11125t11at. hay-gi studying during the sglhocil year ' griduatidii, breeze. K' H Q ' T ' REBECCA ANN'fHO7WEfLL j . Q1ee.QC1,11bE,3.s W lVIardhiHg Band 25 Coneeffi Band lglas an eye toward M311-helm Ffenfralif. . '. Goodfilriimrfier . . PCJANLES HQWER N E I! ' ll - an , 2 E JU 1 1251 -" ' Ijlorgggr Sociefry 3.3 Eeanboqk 3 5 Trgdkp 'l,2Q35Cr6ifgCoui1fi'y 3Q Mr.aiCu1jreiit12Ev3antS'. E.. l'Apiyone, have a comb ? f' . . . Musclegggian.. W mm W" N 2' EEK? w - nz , , v Jp E . - gif' , Q5 aff :Wim E ,H 2 - Ae 5 4 W , 1, ju veg QQ-M E J 2: 4- . A W eg 5 5 fr S ,Seiya ug' -Q..-l. - 5-' mf iff, :, 1 Z, L, L. .. vm. g. H, if m H ,I 55. me A f , fx M N iw, ,, f , . RODNEY PAUL IMEODEN "RQ " GENERAL Cllorus 1,23-9 Gilllge Clui 1,q2,gSN. B19,S2k'Ul.1I,fC1BD.ECkS . . . Looks xowaixd Iuimfor Clilaeii .V 2 . Agility plus! SHEEERE :MNH mwm i E l "Share " ACADEMIC gl 25, fl-Ii-551, 2,255 1 Teniiis 1,3 Fieldl-Ipckey 1,2. "GBQ1'ge"' .X . . Pink eyes . . "I 'HA-buy-lilo -4b.od-J' fm, m mu Jw Ei wig :ff - H N- eve, ,'m, , fi :rw N ' 'H A 'QB'-v ' RODNEY PAUL IMBODEN SHERRE IRENE IRWIN 1, iw V 'lf' Qi, l fi 5:3 Mgg ,, xl 31. gy . . A E N li L., ,-Sa mme 'Fav' E PETER EVANS JEDNES R "Pegg" M cqmmeyggcrmw One of the girls in English . . . B1'gil3us11gessmap ,T . . Jyst mgde lcommeimement. " gms 1goRM5.N KAQFFMAN "Jiffil"l S W f "X GENERAL FBLA ly, 2351411-Y 1,,2,3,5Ya1'sity Cltibf-33 Thick 1,133 Sodffier 2,'3. Slider . . . "eye"say . . . 1nsgect1 on causegy suspexggsxon! me , PETER EVANS JONES JAMES NORMAN KAUFFMAN Q'-as 1 1 N1 'Q if .P ' 3 5 - .1 Everyone seems to be a agog as they Wait for their class president to give his last glowing address. "li 1 STANLEY C . KELLER JOHN H . KLEINFELTER LE 2 rrrr R, 3 mu N KELLER Wrzmllsfhnila Ng? 2132224 ' . " ' WCQQCQFZ zfrfggk-'z,,sNlN 'x'i25?uS6Ck'1Qit' to" me " . :EnFu1iii1rq2cir6us N agglownm. . V, Oh., that laugh! iizzii I A "BQb" mK fF -N V " GENERAL 1,f2's Pep dub 1Q Riiirdliadiietfi . fi' . iiiikes drawing QMS! - - ' .Eglin ,rw wife? fAxvzfg2z4gg11W1f5qfMf5 ,Q W ff ,..,,.., . 553, my X u f xx 511: H W HJ'Qg?m E N W W mf-- RQBERT 1. KLAHR, IR. H A , N, . U 1 -1 , , . az 11 if, Q. mi W , L, Q, fm- az ff ,QQ ,I A.v, Vw- mf - DONNA M. KLING Some seniors study in the library, others pretend. HW j , 'IU I: ff ,, Q ...--1.-. Y N 1 H i . If- mx fp w w , . 2, . 52 1 l , X A H H H H wa L ,EM Mfg-1 2 W 1 M M 1, XHAEBOLP KLEHZSFELTER r Hyfsimff' K' 'rrr GENERAL if Hill varsity 1,2535lggC1'QSS Gqumzry 1,2,3. Mqkqgxpagsess. . . "Up!" . . Q N "Donna"rgaN Q GENERAL W' FHA Library A:ss'tE? 1f2gfLibrat'y'f faadgfrwffh an affsvver . N srwirgi 1351811 . Qqogggegrteck. rm Z: 1 vim .J ., 3 5 78 ji My ,rw W 21-'F 1 E are Mg N ,, ,X V if H N T? N E5 '-sg.-11, -: .-:e , N MF- , ,ee M52 vw 'HW 515,151 1' 1 1 an K PATRICIA JEAN KREISER FNA 1,2,33 Library Ass'ts. l,25 Lilggiary Clgzgb 15 Chemiggy Terfiperarfient plus . . I. Likes everyone and everything . . . A Adoriitibxggffor English class ??2?? V 1 DEAN DAVID KRUGEB A - " Co. Student Goxpt 35C 1ass Officer 1 1,3sg Qfa1fsity Club13g ,Football 1,2 ,Bg Basketball 'A 1,2,3gBaseba11 1,a. Holds an1Al -C basketball-I record V1 . . . Party man . . . Filled with teagg spirit. JZ3 h ,A Stosch, John, and Dave. 3 "xg " 1411 ' 1 1 F f 1 A A . ae' K DAVID ROBERT KYLE lef"Daw" e1'l 1AeAQEM1crf Hall 1l'a1:rolEJ1,2,-5,5 Varsiity Club 1, 2 2, 3 1 Trackgl ,12, 311 Fooiill 11,225 3. Optimism plus . . . Member of , W. C . A, . . Interested in ,oi lmiih'-s piioducti if DONALD PAUL LAVINE Ylrnolgliell 11 , E 1: 213- 111. 1 Miflirtaffious fS7esH . Haifa casfu in which travels on land and water H . . weargtthe same Sygeater fs 33 li 113 11 11 La 2 1 E11 Q H if 11 ik.: PATRICIA J. KREISER DAVID R. KYLE DEAN D. KRUGER , I mt. 1- ' Q 1 A-fem-'K 1 DONALD P. LAVINE Whose giving Whom a helping hand, during Field Day. Seniors hard at work helped to make the sub sale a success. MM ' , we - GAIL Y. LEONARD DEBORAH K. LIGHT R LARRY L. LIGHT JON R- LITZ - -Y H e uf e , CSAIL "Gail " COMMERCIAL Chorus 13 FBLA 1,25 FHA 1,2535 5 Yearbook 35 Pep Club 1,2,3Ng Track A5ss'ts. Prctiye follcgfveg of31?FA . . Igfever 1-ievsf a longer rizloniilm Axfid as trackgmarker. ,, 5: , DEBORAH KAY LIGHT "D eb" ACADEMIC EQFAg1,24,33QT1'i5Hi:-Y g,2,3g Varsity Club 1,2.,35 Basketball 1, 23 35 Tennis 1,2e,3g ?Field Hockey 11 ' is Determined iathletei . .' . future gym ,ieacherg . . Pinky. Simi 21 one gas: J' "" x ly, , X1 ,L 35 J' ls 'a l Q ,- l I ' - i ' eff 513251 2 wwf: C V. xx-,Z 'ek V 'L 2 Mr. Coleman presents Deb Light with ,rr a trophy for her outstanding athletic 3 ability. ' I Q f 1 LARRYLEE LIGHT 2 Lam!" L L lll ACLADQEMTQ fouth Forum 35 Marching Band 2 ,N 55 Concert Band 1,2,3g Wind Ensemble 35 Tri -Class Play 35 ' Varsity Club 2,35 Track 1,2, 35 Cross Country 1Q2,3 . A:-C ls- mf. p. fi: . . . "I '11 take the medals!" . , . Howdy Doody M who adores "wo6ds. " L e JON RICHARDLITZ C '!Rick" VO-TEC Chorus 2,39 Projectilonist 1,2,B. Doesr1't like hisxnarrie! . . Our i littlemDutchma1i'. .' . Grease monkey. L , h 4 v Bob Long presents Mr. Snyder with the W firsxp place trophy which theebasebell E team Woi at the Elco Tournament. E W WM e e W M W: e BARBARA JEAN LoNc V "Barb" Ac.5DEM1c: Honor Society 2,35 FNA 1,2,33 M Tri-His-1' 1u,2,3'. Future lady in white . . . Good at everything? . . . Always complai ning. JUNE MARIE LONG 'Uune "N GENERAL FNA 2,3 . S S Likes to Eater to olde? people . . Quiet . . . Excels in math. ILIISA EHXINE LONG I "Lisa " ACADEMIC Coincert Band 152,35 FNA 13 FTA 2 3. Aliother school teacher . . . Loves 1:11elpiano?? . . . Future heart- breaker. RCQDBERT LEE LONG "Bob " GENERAL cfmcerr Bland 1,2,33 H311 Paqjol V 2, 3 5 Varsity Club 35 Baseball 1,2,3. " "Ford has a better idea" . . . Sticks to the Books . . . Tricky e gm. Q. E E 42 H, ,M H ,,' ' W f - Mg . m as :sn '. ' new . at KENNETH R. MASE BARBARA A. MEILY DARLENE M. MILLER JOSEPH A. MILLER fe f' - - - . FZ: H :Z I 5 'Y - .5 Li m H V' M .5 is L.. .7 v r V" 3 56 U:- 3? 5: ,e E 3 J" .. Si' E Sw E EQ E gi 4 E 3. is ? E F E. F l K E 1? W4 'QB Q 5 " Q: wl P? , 3 A Q w Q I 5 . E, Q ...iq 2 Q-in Es 'N lgevse r. QQs'fQQSgrlHeQ Plfiistemefi TEASMQ a1?nhfZgFPA's manual EEQRR E? 5bgQEq1f515,5 Q " H. ui T355 up .iss :ss :ss LE 52 sk Z iw in asm Q x kg? 1 E M .5 Q 'E -. Q: 15 E 5 ff E xg: M PCEDYEZQMASEQ Q I siuaenwfgciff 3 H6inQ1f society H 1-,4.Q2'1g5 P95101 1:57353 Q in " Traclf 1,gg Qrogs Country 3. YV 'E5ECZif11'11Q? FfAmesidenw Head of F Cgipcgation ? . Jogi y gimmami ANNXMEILY we 5 E'vB3rbie".,4Q 2 ii YBUQINE4-ES? f ff-ehur.1s,1g21',fL1bT2aryA.ss'1:s1. ,L52,Q53 9 alilggl .f 2 ... L dutagf 1:1-.igfgsio say . i KM Missqsa all busmides - .'.-M E Z eg' E5 Q E Q W QDAREENE MAE JVHLLER V f. ..'fQarLQnQ" . . 1 'iffgorus 2,,35LFB1fSiAm1,,23 WA .1,2,-35? 5 News a. an f , M S S J Dilagegividiig Eeus. . .EW5u1ci M raaimegiagteid Northern. Lebanon M ...E - 5 - Q V .JQSEEI-I ALLEN MILIJEQR M "Jael M 2 . .GEN"f2PU5?H 1 3 E ' 2' Q E 5' fr kN.av3ziman:ES . Qsgiegupitl you geg: g ...Etc kngw him . zzizz . . Missed S V.. ' ., se ,Ja as Igg W mr 1 W , , .5 - H... .W .g .E 3 Q S 1 , Ei.: gg.. .W mug ,XY 5 5 5 V E Q 1 3. H, T, M ,.1,N .V E E 51- H Q if 5 ..+,,L ,ure L - - , -gf V3 'Q 1 5 fn i , ,2 1 LW, .. M W W , W, W N " W me - iff N f vi -,Q -- . Q fs W :ff W: 5 5' "ol-vnxe " GENERAL Sidi? in Alziweixiigs' stugy 7119.118 , L. . .great hunter' . . . LA! W1'ii'Z.Nf 'f fi ' A A JQHN DAVID "D9.VG'!1 ' ACADEMIC Trick Phbtographer With spring fever . . . "2Xeom gn" .V . . Mr. Dibert'S fan "Bud'i I ' GENERAL toviiardr heikznafx clalis . . Blue Jean Kid . . . Red hair. DIAiTNE MARE OS'iiERANl5ER "game" u AcADgM gc FHA 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Pep Club Ogtrich . . . Pittsburgh coal cracker . . alyvaysgnxa daze.: , swf N ORVILLE M. MUMMA DAVID MURPHY Field Day Spectators I HOWARD L. NYE DIANNE M. OSTRANDER CAROLYN S. POORMAN I-IENRYC. RASP W - .,:,Ai1g 1 x C ' W Seniors earn well deserved break during Field Day. ROBERT L. REIGLE MARILYN L. REIST - :-if-5 Q M 5. Z1 e S d . e w w2Q1Ew'e-igfA2- -d ef T d ,A E Q' ' Fgunir 1T!QiI12egiQ5I?dGL1?QgeS f . d eeeef ,. xr ddfxg ai is ee 5 QT Aginmle .,,: ILH U97 Q HSM d d Q Wm, gg gf d ' 1 Z Wiwn. F' Q gg E HK ,d,e - eafdBH:tSQ11.1d3f-a, L, HQQQQTQ .f..,f?Rof5i1 Side ' qamaefimn Faerie e 2 'M if .QACADEMIQ 1 if QL2,V3fs1e d 1. gz Bfsvafrsigi A 1' , 5 d Rei? 1 1 i x 3 ,di ie idv ' X.: A,.A ' H. H ' M 5 ,F .ff Ve me 3 eg 5 1 L L 1 le ff Q' " ,U wwlgg-Es: f 1 ' , E-. ,E ' 5- Q:-3 2 V7 1: n,-. ,V 13: -mf S gk e ei dgdd en 2 1 E 1 a d , , Q Q 5 i w L 'I mga jfnsw , Q! 1 W gd :.:d Q E 11 mx Zn get gm 5 If 3212 H We fm lk Te Se M he e If my ei I mx A I 5ggVI,iss'alXIcGul1oh prqggentsgQf'hiliggfRoWlQfigl H "with the Azmville Reading Circle It KAward for excellence ini:English. ' 2, QQ 'f :fs ,Ml W 9 .nw ww. 1 eva ew ff Z W W. . Aw, 24 mm W mf. E :A ,1 1 "Mouse " GENERAL Isffiebali Great irampolinist . . . "Hangs ' raftersl' . . . Emqgsemely fO13dl of he-shmen '! I A , "B63hnie"P' BUSINESS , , Chorusf 1,12 ,-I3 5 FBLA 2935 1h. Never has much to say . . . lP1ans to go to Rhode Island . . . Good H POSEUIIE .Q . gg Joi-IN DAVID IQITTLED 2: "I ohn " . AC Chorus 1.,2,BgG1ee Club l,Q,35 Boy's Quirtet 3g Marching Beiimdl '352Concert Band 1,2,35 Brasg choir 3 5 wind Egsemble ag fri- nllk I Class 'Plfay1'3 . Mrs. So1lenbe1'ger's headache' . . I 0 N I "The Pope saxd rc!" :AZ . Alyvays by hasfioverdufe librairy fines. A PHILII? DWIGHT ESOWLAND I I "PIiH"I lgee ACEQDEMEIQ I Student Council 2,35 Youth Eorumfj, 35 Ghoxnzsgl-1,2,33 GleeHC1ub Boy's Quartet 35 Concert Band -33 I-Iorgor Society 1,?,3g jlri-Class 1P1a9i?2,3fti?INTeWsp2fper M Q1 Speaks with a Southern accent . . . Disi:rictQlf1orusregu1a1jK. . . I-lair I coxifb er. II 9 55515 M 'K 2: we I Q m mm we I DENNIS I.. Rl-IOADS BONNIE L. RISSER Phil and john collect data for their English term paper. JOHN D. RITTLE PHILIP D. ROWLAND H. DANIEL SAUDER JEAN M. SCHMALZER BRUCE D. SELLERS TERRY L. SELTZER The FFA are seen munching on som their own vittles that they brought along, for Field Day. 2 ' , of- af Z as .-2 E354 E A - Q , gif H . M ' ' 'Am fn Q 1 A 2 fe A5 up 3 'VM W . Mri35fCo11errfiia11Hpreggge111is Best Athlgtefs trophy gage Jeaxgscgamgrlzer argl Deb Light as Bob Mfwehtlihxg 1Qo'b1s?o1? S? N A ' M11 Y W -2: 5 1 :sax N HARQL DANIEL SAUDEPA A "Dan" Z 4 ZAGRICULTUIAE 1 321' Z1 il Q Pgts on a quiet bout in schhol . . ' 'w1NF3ver'h,omefii?Sa1:cudiy nights . . Aa H?1'd.f3Q'0rke1" Ai , , MARTHA sc:1qgMALz1-:ER "Martha " ACADEMIC FTA !ii,2,35 Tfifm-Y i,2,f3, Yea?- bsok 2,35 val-Sify Club 1,2333 N Baskegzball 1,2,3g,g Tennis l,2,k3g 3 Field Hockey 1,2,3g Pep Club 1,2. "Keep i't1'c1'em:-H1 3151! . , .g.T1:ackian? 1 . A-g's Lifeguard? .T . gRLLcE,,DAyIQ SELLERS . "Rat" AGRICULTURE 5 w :F E Q A m FFA 1,2,L35 Hall Patrol 1,2,,3. F311 of tficllisx. . . ifeamsinf eyis . . Wheregis home ?? ,. 1, .. W ff X TERRY LEE SELTZER 2 "Tergy"ig mACAD.iEMiC Chemistry Qlubg 1 , 2 , 3 5. Trl?-Class Play 3 . 5 The'mad chemist . . . . SpegggisQtl1 peliodsmjrn B- 1 F ' if 1 , .W E A Q is Q ,, z Ag. za 1 M 5 KA TI-l RINE 'CHRISTINE SEYFE RT kzl'K2.thy" GENEISAL ' E' 'SW' flap: EPIA 1,2,35 LibmyiASs'fs. 1, Tri- lggs.-Y 14. AAilways?7'yisitinQ:the'Emp . H21 . Seen 'with a summer blonde . . . Happy- go-Lucky V V 3 A LANIE Lou SHAFFER 'flfootn 5 V Marching 1,23 FBLA 1, Tri-Hi-'ig as Pep Club 1,21 Plays football :y'l . . . lbad influence . . . main target in P. O.D. class. if .. W Pin if-. Sue Sherman receives Sico lfScholarship from Mr. Snyder. JACK EDWARD SHENK 'Uack " ACADEMIC Student Council 1 ,2,3g Youth Forum 35 Honor Society 1,2,33 Hall Patrol 1,2,35 Varsitygglub 1, 2,3g Trick 1,2,3g Cross Country 1, 2,35 Basketball 1,2,3. "Kangaroo" . . . Smashing tennis player Q . . One of Mrs. Rankys headaches. KATHLEEN SUE SHERMAN "Sue" ACADEMIC Chorus ll,2,'55 FTA 1,2,3gllTri- Hi-Y 1,2,3g Tri-Class Play 1,2, 345 Yearbook 2,35 Field I-Iqokey 15, 233. , Always sewing . . . Scholarship winner . . Fan of Flying Dutchman. KATHRINE C. SEYFERT JANIE L. SHAFFER JACK E. Sl-IENK K. SUE SHERMAN jack and Anita grimace as they hear the scores for Field Day. M, LINDA L. SI-IIPP xe DENNIS W. STEPHEN GLORLA A . SPANNUTH ANITA E . STOVER mf W, w ww w 11 w w 'wr The Future Homemakers of America having a banquet. Shown are the officers and the mothers. 88 -1- W W -fe' we-'ne fe--Y Y fm' ff 1 If ,, ,, 'Q J . if V ba '-S ' 7 w ' ws :lm 'rx ' ' , , H im wg- nga ig: W -- Stover receiiifefgian Qward for gooii n sppxftgsznanshsgp Coleman. ii N - w lm ga if auf -- few E.. iw M 5 2: W f -gf.: 1 r 4 fi 1 E A A LINDA LQLU SEI-IIPP , "Linda" A VO-TEC as Chqrusg- Mafgmng Bgnd 1 2 3-fe EFBLTA 112' egliuture' :gurL1,ne estevyardessee. . ENA-:Ver 5 hziir ont of placg . Anyone foxi a pretzel ?.g in oLo RIA ANN? SPANNUTH , :,i'3Gl01'i2g" QCADEMIC , ge s FEMA 13 2 ,eg FTA 1-, 3, Tri-Hi-YL!! TJ-'i'C1EESS PHY 1- l QZA1V3iayg" ing' around' Never? knows which end is up . . Wins I Home Ec. 'awards 5 wALfrH1iSTHPPrEN M ' w"D6fnnS?" gg - BUSINESS 1 Cross W 1fEMore bfazlffiays than good . . D-g Q too? . . . Hangilon to mfhose feetixf! 'N iEqi5ffELiEN su-Sv-ER E 12f'Ta0rsL" E BUSINESS 5 NgtuQien?Councfi1 ,By Ehorus 1.1,2Q eHi-QY 25fTv'arsityfC1ub 25 33 , ghw1eadwgnnns,2ff PCP 1,22 331-1353 ietgkooig . . . of party . 5 Mgkewbets with Al. 3, j, ,. I V N ,X N KAY 'TSandy'f , A ge A QAICADEMICTE FHA 3. X, Where's the camera hidden . . Changes moods frequently . . Moods galore . A ' JEFFREY LEE TICE Neff" - is AGENERAIS' Concert Band 1,2,,35 I-HEY 35 Hall M l'Patro1f52 , 3 5 Allarsitji C1ub'2, sfsocceif 1 2 3-Baseball12 3. . . Iflassoili . YorlgU. COI.ET?I'E ANN TIENTER4 ,Z "C. A. T." VO-TECH Sfiudentgf-?Cov"1?35 Triff-Hi-Y 3 5' Basketball 13 Pep Club 1,2,3. Manioyre? IZ, . Oh those rides on iche V6-tech bus . . . Discount at Robert Hall. A MICHELE GERTRUDE TOBIAS "Shelly" ACADEMIC Chorus 2,35 FTA 1,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . 'Leavefiyet?? . . ."Who needs Latin? . . . Comes to school four days a meek . A N jeff Tice receives a varsity letter frogg Mr. OL1ng1e. The Pep Club is shown trying to raise money for th-, spirit contest SANDRA K. TEAI-IL JEFFREY L. TICE COLETTE A. TIENTER MICHELE G, TQBIAS 6 'Ui , 'Q-Sap .'g3.gq:-' :E , "Pia .., , N434 S J-ff 7? "Ei-Y George has trouble interpreting pictures. Study, G eorge, Study ! - Y ,fl -' wr--'rf' :-. X-n STEPHEN C. M. TOM ' in H GEORGE E. UNGEMACH EILEEN4 M. TSHUDY SAM NIKKI L . VANOVIC H - --v vf Os- mr? ima 1 .L ,, 1 w fi X fa' iigiefi gsm 1 'A ,w ws' use 5 W. N .Q TOM M ,ivlg H. MW QCADLMIQ 5 IQ "H"'P1'fi?'+y 29355350066 ' g Tricifk Ass'Ei. M WYOIEIZQII intellectual pedestal , . . lMCofhp?Sfenfc1?3iss breiuflieit .' A -mx 55 1 !1 A 1 ' H GESHDDY P '-QnuEi16'ann E-JL , W'N. ADEMIC 5 , A L M uu G MA, Q11J?Pf'?sGf1QafSGG- fu- sxfxallizr u'Ki W uuiu fGEQRGE ELMER NNGEMACH r wuwilFF69z5 1,yu2:s'3'- ,gm , 5 wlikes QQ k3ep?thgWgi1'1S,hgppy .. . 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WILDS MARY JANE WINDLE GLORIA I- WO1-FE JOSEPH W. ZEARFOSS Gloria receives the WCTU Citizenship Award. U1 U 51 4 f . 11 -1 -0" A 1 1 , 1, ' 'Y' -, 110' 1 l ,ls . I .K - K v' 11 1 E -, W :Q 4z"IN '71, 5 1 N x xx 1,11 I li I 1 es 1 3 "'IA ,I 1 1 X U' " I X X Q 1 ' 4- 1 l f if ' N. gg? 4 111 RITA L. ZIMMERMAN -9 47' 'ls id E I W f " "ff, Q, PL f' -1-Q 12354: 11 Isl. , 1491 511 .1 x : Ziff "'I1i:'J'i'l11' 1 1" 1' 1? 3 , 111 1 is I 1-'51 s ..-:1 Y 1 ' --' J ' 1 . V y ' 1 I ffE?:f--1.,.. ' '- ff -' .- II 11 f . A 14544.51 1 A11 1, 1 e :ge-.. :zli sc 31 ff!! '-.- "' g '1' -if 1 'r 'J A . 7351135--LLQV ' " - , 'L v i Despite its numerous close losses, the soccer team's morale re- mained relatively high during the entire season. In the photo on the right, Bill Kline, jim Fernsler, and Rich Achey congratulate Daryl Gerber on his winning goal. A-.,1e...a mf, Craig Karsnitz, one of the team's underclassmen letter- men, was a consi stant player throughout the year. Daryl Gerber's hustle paid off as he beat an opponent to the ball. VARSITY SOCCER TEAM ROW 1: B. Kruger, C. Greenawalt, I. Tice, R. Marquette, S. Vanovich, I. Shade, G. Smith, M. Kreider. ROW 2: Mr. Worcester, Coach, H. Schwalm, M. Delong, D. Gerber, R. Long, J. Fernsler, D. Reigle, D. Sol lenberger, S. Graby. ROW 3: S. Wells, R. Wentling, R. Achey, B. Kline, T. Hertzog, C. Karsnitz, T. Smith 94 ,ef - 1 -Q fir' ? is , k . D ,uw E SOCCER SENIORS: R. Achey, J. Fernsler, R. Wentling, T. Hertzog, J. Tice, D. Gerber, R. Long. A-CHS Booters Encounter Tough Opposition In Berks Count League SOCCER SCORES AC OPP 1 CEDAR CREST . 2 1 LANCASTER 3 O TULPEHOCKEN 1 O NORLEBCO INV. ELCO 2 O NORTI-IEASTERN O O ELCO 9 1 NORTHEASTERN 1 O NORLEBCO 1 2 DOVER 1 1 HEMPFIELD 1 1 EASTERN 2 1 NORTI-IEASTERN 2 1 NORLEBCO O 1 DOVER 2 O HEMPFIELD 2 2 EASTERN 2 jim Fernsler, despite being handicapped by injuries, possessed one of the best shots on the team . 95 Competing for the first time in the newly-formed York-Lebanon Soccer League, A-C 's booters experienced a very frustrating season. --marked by four ties and six one goal losses. High mark of the season was the team's win over Dover, the eventual league winner. One of many talented seniors on the soccer team, Rich Achey was a threat on both offense and defense. eg, ae? H A 19 fa: .. 1 mg S ' g' f4r.:-1, g t ba . H .55 m 'X f- JF v X A V sm J. I In ml . .5 'A , . X x F , xr T -lx I4--, ' fi?- '43-'..?k .21 We ,, I Han I I Q.--:EEE-..x I ,,, ,E-fig iazgea. " A z a l - Thomas Adey Renee Adomaitis Margaret Arnold Carol Auchinbauch jo Bainbridge Robert Balmer K evin B erry Ronald Birch Karen Bissinger Geraldine Blauch Pam Boger Kenneth Bohr John Bohr Sherry Borges Holly Bowers james Bowers Robin Bowman Barbara Brant Darlene Brandt David Brandt Sophomore Class Advisors and Officers: Cherie Tobias, Treasurerg Ruth Witter, Advisorg Sharon Long, Presidentg Marlin Fureman, Ad visorg and Donna Watts, Secretary. Martin Brandt Ernest Brightbill Mary Bucher Jeffrey Bucks Debbie Carpenter Mary Jane Clawser June Cialone Brenda Coleman Robert Dailey Carolyn Ditzler Ray Dotter Henry Early Neil Ebersole Paul Ebright Barbara Ensmingex Dwight Ensminger Michael Fansler Gloria Felty Thomas Fernsler Carol Fleer 96 in. 1. .Jw i . J'--2 ,Q , -,, 1 --s L . 4 n z . -f?1fT,' wi. -fizi' B .1 -,-: .Tu V 11 x x , H H i f . Q1 , El , I f. 4. .DA ' W l ,-gg . ,- I Tl: ii iw X -1... Y. La I sg l ' my X x '.. i aft 25, 2 'P as U! 'jx 1 'DL ' :-: 5- Yr! I, ., 1 ' "Vlx... , ,x N. . .. J , .:-597, V. Thomas Foltz Joseph Forti Beverly Fuhrman Carl Gacono Dawn Garosi Dale Gingrich Olive Graaf David Graby Charlotte Graham Barbara Granger john Granger Charles Greenawalt Karol G1-ess Donna Grier Cyndi Groos Melvin Haldeman Rochelle Halsell John Hanlon ri aa 1 ' I, fi 3. ! ev' tu, f A . .,. A by ffl " 2' ew .1 X Sophomores Complete Successful Year B Using Sub-Sale As Their Money-Making Project. "fur 5 ,L . V! : lf - Y if lf H 11 V Wa.-WT Y -. , ,I J flu Eg:,.f' -I 'f . h l., sz' , w - . fig 3 E E v N. A X .X x ff N' gg. 1? " 3 V' , ' 1 i aw' ' K 'VN .P x41 5 I 1 '12 " .. ,-ii li-3' ' ' H ' il ', - uf Lvl' BE X y'Qx.9,l'6'W s,"'eQa aafai f iv, K Fi ln.: L --- ' .v .I 1 Richard I-Iarner Sharon Haulman Thelma. Heagy Thomas Heffner Keith I-lemperly Debra Herr William Herr Rfk? it XE Jill Hirschbock Boyd Hitz Richard I-Iitz Dianna I-Ioffsmith Julie I-Iopple Kathleen Horn Brenda Hostetter Edith Imboden Linda Jeffries Harold Jorstad Donna Keener Ida Keener Nancy Keith Philip Keller ' Scott K ercher Scott Kettering Kathy K irkwood Ioyc e K lahr K aren K lick John Kline G erald Kreider V , a W- rmjg ' A in JM! it 21. . "ai 's2: 1 ,U v X bww: w 'H' 95 Q i 1 ' 'Q , If . ' wi M1 A 1 '1 "x ., sr A 5 , 9 3:3 eiK'35isESQ'1 ' ,xg fr : A 1 . r J ,.L-i,,Z'1' P "f-fEu'E:?LiX Einar-. 'fr 43 J i , 3 A, r -Q L - ,. ,....- 4 Michael Kreider ' Ruth Kreider Sharon Lash Esther Lentz Tom Lingle Mary Livering Randy Loeb Kenneth Long Ronald Long Sharon Long Kenneth Longenecker Suzanne Magni Cynthia Martin Robert Meily Luanne Meyer David Miller Howard Miller Jeffery Miller Randy Miller Vicki Miller Randy Moore Joanne Murnma Pam Murphy Charles Nash Susan Nissley Pam O'Neal Donald Parker David Peters Members Of Sophomore Class Engage In ,i K Mn" J. Wm-we s, .- -ww in we -'rw fi' Y vs 1 :f1rx,f,, an ,1 ,1 H Q . o,,. Wm, ,, Q, D J J ,,. FIA John Pyles Marilyn Raber Steve Reese Dale Reigle Theresa Rein Ronald Remesnik Sharon Rhoades Terry Rhoads Jeffrey Sample Dawn Sanders Joan Sattazahn Ted Schaffer Bonnie Scheib Lucinda Schies Karen Schneider Paula Schwalm Joanne Sellers Jeffrey Shade Rose Ann Sheetz Forrest Sheffy 98 Various Activities ii J f . P " .X 'ULU , . or 'fe' ryyy J ,'l! I' -f H5 fl' ..f" ' "..i.., Rl. tiff 3 , -H.-.i -R iff v 1 l 6 in , V .... " ' r ., 1 Qiggiilj l-. 'a --.J affa --".' ' 1, ,Q 2141. X H 'my in 97 'Y 1 i f T, . - , K 4 'H i 5 pf fn ,skip A it 'af W is I Including The Annual Street Fair Sponsored B The Band-Parents. Donna Shellenberger Kathleen Shank Steve Vanovich Robert Shindel Sharon Vogelsong Colleen Sholly Susan Shuey Debra Smith Nancy Smith Gail Walborn Richard Smith Hem' Wampler Terry Smith EEIESYSEISZEQYY Mervin Wampler ' L W David Sollenberger any anne!! La Ste all YYY S Shelby Steinbauer Donna Watts Dennis Struphar Judy Waybright Velma Sweigert Cherie Tobias Joseph Trauiman John Truax Michael Ulrich Debra Weaber Richard Wildasin Pam Wilhelm Faith Williams Curtis Winters David Wise . X X John Wise Patricia Young Michelle Zeck Lynette Zengerle Leslie Zimmerman Lisa' Zimmerman 99 -14' ' f-f'f" 1 , v - aa,-. me-,Q i. W - 1 I -zi- iw T L 1 ,za . ' rs, D L ' X f- tiff B. A . 'I ' V w!! U or Q 2? wi ff? N r' ' ai'f.S ar' I A .V v L J ,L 'f 1 STAGE CREW: ROW 1: R. Stark, C. Borges, J. Atkins, M. Yorty, C. Imboden. ROW 2 Mr. Kline, advisor: D. Wolfe, R. Miller, R. Beyerle, G. Light. Stagecrew Builds Pla Scenery 100 Student Council Inaugurates M2111 Innovations During The School Year Led by its energetic president Jack Shenk, the Student Council busily worked throughout the year to bring about improvements in the school. Its gg3lNGS:efrg- members conducted a school-wide tary, If ghenk money-making project--selling ball- President- point pens to raise the necessary funds g1gff3I!?ING: D for the purchase of a school sign-- Treasufer, C. sponsored a Senior High Honor Week, Karsnitz, Vice President. initiated A-C involvement in the Capital Area Youth Forum, and participated in the Church World Service Drive. i l SITTING: M. I-Iabecker, A. Stover, C. Karsnitz, 1. Shenk, D. Gerber, B. Rank, advisor. STANDING: P. Boger, J. Loose, V. Miller, J. Fisher, P. Rowland, R. Marquette, T. Adey, D. Peters, M. Zeck, P. Wilds. 'CS Q- Youth Forum And County Youth Government Day Show Students The Responsibility Each Person Must Bear In A Democracy uniors Capture Annual Field Day 103 Tennis Team Captures Second Place In League Hu U... ,W nr 5' . B- lun. un. , ann, - T Q X' T' GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM: KNEELING: K. Shenk, K. Harrier, S. Borges, S. Smith, K. Rauch. STANDING C Fuhrman, L. Partridge, D. Chadwick, J. Schmalzer, D. Light, D. Grier, Mrs. Bowman, coach. Mrs . Bowman coached the Girls' Tennis Team this year. As in past years Mrs. Bow- man, the tennis coach, said that the only way to win is to have the team members put their all into the game. This year's tennis candidates took her statement to mean lOOZ, in team co -operation, hustle, and will-to -Win. Though the girls fell short of their goal which was first place in league play, they did compile one of the best records in school history in finishing second to Elco. Deb Light and Jean Schmalzer were A-CHS's only seniors to play on the Tennis Team. SCORES OPP 1X2 Betsy Chadwick and Sharon Smith were one of the double Tandems that played so well throughout the :- SGHSOI1. mx, 1, -Lak , s Q p V V K 7 .P A is 1 K .,.. it AC 6 Hamburg 1 112 Elco 6 5 Tulpehocken 2 4 Camp Hill 3 1 Hershey 4 3 Hamburg 4 2 Camp Hill 5 O Hershey 7 1 Elco 6 O Cedar Crest 7 5 Tulpehocken 2 5 Conrad Weiser 2 5 Conrad Weiser 2 O Cedar Crest 7 L1 nda Pa rtridge swings ..,.....lx. a me an backhand . ning. ' ' isle-fm 34: A A 1 7 ,A , . Q? W V n yt ...,..f.+f"... ' Wefws, ' A , L-.L 1, 1 H.. Karen Rauch, a newcomer to the Tennis Team, js Shown using the bagk- Kathy Shenk shows good form on her backhand hand to make Contact with the ball. follow through- rv. fun !Fx:g?3?i?,? . Ulf jigf' ,nr -4 5 Sherie Borges patiently Waits for her opponent to Serve the ball. In stretching their dual meet Victory string to 62, the Annville-Cleona track team be- came the first A-C team in any sport to win a District III championship. The Dutchmen proved their domination of track by captur- ing the Class B Trophy in every special meet they attended as well as winning their third straight CAC meet and twelfth consecutive Lebanon County Crown. A-C also won its fourth consecutive CAC dual meet championship, having competition since entering it in 1966. Led By Outstanding Weightmen Field Team Increased Its Dual Won Everything Else In Sight A-C's best two-mile relay team, consisting of sophomores Jim Hostetter and Marty Brandt, along with seniors Dennis Stephen and jack Shenk, not only took an important third place in the District Meet but also set a County Meet record with a winning time of 8:24. 5. Bill Kline's leap of 6'3" in the District high jtufnp ranked him as the second best high jumper in school history. Because he's a junior, great things are expected of him in his specialty next year. . . . .m...,:.i4.l SENIOR HIGH TRACK TEAM: ROW 1: R. Baylor, J. Kleinfelter, D. Kyle, I. Hower, F. Diebus, A. Gibble, W. Wampler, D. Gerber, K. Wengert. ROW 2: Mr. Gerber, Coach, J. Fernsler, J. Shenk, I. Kauffman, G. Walborn, R. Wentling, S. Gingrich, S. Keller, L. Light, Manager. ROW 3: B. Zimmerman, G. Leonard, B. Books, C. Borges, R. Risser, J. Fisher, C. Karsnin, W. Kline, M. DeLong, K. Hamm, F. Sheffy, Manager. ROW 4: Mr. Brandt, Coach, Mr. Fureman, Coach, R. Nickliss, R. Ebersole, T. Hartman, T. Folm, T. Schaeffer, J, Granger. ROW 5: D. Reigle, R. Felty, R. I-Iostetter, R. Stark, J. Sample, T. I-Ieffner, T. Fernsler, B. Hitz, ROW 6: S. Reese, R. Hitz, R. Smith, T. Rhoads, P. Keller, J. Hostetter, M. Brandt, C. Greenawalt, D. Peters. ROW 7: T. Lingle, M. Wampler, R. Long, R. Birch, R. Moore, J. Gibson, D. Graby, D. Sollenberger, I. Troutman, I. Shade. Missing: D. Murphy, M. Habecker. Fritz Diebus' fine 55'1O" toss in the shot, enabled him to finish second to Al Gibble in the Dis trict Meet and to win a trip to State where he finished a re spectable fifth in the shot A versitile perform er, Fritz , who had a tough time beating his teammates Al Gibble and Bob Wentling in the shotput and discus, respectively, does hold the unofficial school record for the best total distance for both the shot and discus in one meet T 'RS-.,?j V With a last-gasp effort, ohn Fisher took third place in the District high hurdles, finish ing behind Rick Baylor and Ed Chubb sad 56254 The Little Dutchmen Track And Meet Victory String To 62 And I 1 Including The District Three Meet P 1 - W Affectionately nicknamed "Large ' Mass" by his teammates, A1 Gibble's 57'6 1!2" winning throw --a school record--in the District shotput event seemed to spark the entire track team to outstanding performances. Though he finished a disappointing third place at State, Gibble did win every other special meet in which he com- peted. He also holds the shotput records for the Dickinson Invita- tional and CAC meets. AC 101 104 144 117 102 115 110 103 121 118 113 100 ' 113 ' 123 1 Sl-IIPPENSBURG 1Nv1TAT1oNA1. me AC , ash DICKINSON INVITATIONAL as lst AC LEBANON NEWS RELAYS mo ist AC caoAR curr RELAYS ist AC DISTRICT THREE MEET ist AC cAc DUAL MEET 1st AC Perhaps the best natural athlete on the track team, Bob Wentling, holder of the school record of 166'1", was one of two A-C winners in the District Meet. At State Bob placed fourth in the best discus competition of all time. 107 H A .-LH! Known more for his shyness than his track and field prowess, Dave Kyle, nevertheless, ranks as the best javelin thrower in A-C history with a best of 175'7". Dave finished a strong third in the District Meet, being eliminated from a trip to State on an opponent's last throw. VARSITY TRACK SCORES OPP Elizabethtown 49 Central Dauphin 46 Easternlebanon 27 Northern Lebanon 18 Red Land 33 Cumberland Valley 48 Milton Hershey 35 Mechanicsburg 40 Middletown 47 Lower Dauphin 29 Susquehanna 32 Cedar Crest 37 Palmyra 50 Hershey 37 East Pennsboro 27 G" 5.2 .L A-4 ,,"- 9,213 - 1 Record-Breaking Performances Spark iifflfllsinqf L.Lt.v 'Jul - Lum A-C's shotputters, the defending champions in the shotput relay broke the old Cedar Cliff Relays mark by more than four feet with their records total of 202'4". C If ' "-in Q . . -as te' -su. I .9 'P 'X N -s '1-x., E ' - wa' ' Q"-.3 fs, ' . . Y ,h W. . I Y. 4- - .sg?:,db.:,-A ' .. ,re sf. Q: v .1 A 'A -f-1" Y f'-g:f-- M.. fs.: ' gh I g- fwfr- - --'..-.-n mr.. -A, - " F.. .. -4, 2: Barry Zimmerman, Stank Keller, Gene Leonard, and Rick ' - El: 1. During the 1969 track season one of A-C's versitile performers was John Fisher who holds school records both in the high hurdles with a 15. 1 clocking in the Dickinson Invitational and in the triple jump where his 44'2 1!2" was only good enough for fifth place in the tough District Meet Competition. Risser Qpictured on next pagej comprised the best mile relay team in A-C history. This combination set 2. school record in placing second in the District III Meet but in the State Meet they broke their own record with an excellent 3:29. 8 clock- ing, only to finish sixth. ,. C Thinclads To Best Season In Histor T? M M 'Magi 'E V., ,, ,iw wi as W W, 1 iw Kg wi Wi W , . 1 i Y it 1 x N L Q '- A ,,, -. l A Ip k Members of this year's team included Fritz Diebus, Al Gib- ble, Kin I-Ioke, and jim I-lower. While Fritz and Al had been in the limelight many times Hokie and I-lower, along with other good underclassmen weightmen, remained in their shadows. Jim, in particular, had the distinction of being the fourth best shotputter in A-C history but of having gotten little competition in special meets because of his two team- mates' outstanding ability. .J In the County Meet Bob Went- ling broke his own school discus record with a l66'1" toss.- L A ' H ,NH fa. , ."-1-fcfsfte i, y X A-C's topnotch shuttle hurdles relay team, Jim Fernsler, Chuck Greenawalt, john Fisher, and Rick Baylor set a new school and meet record in the Class B portion of the Lebanon Relays with a clocking of 57-. 3. Dave Kyle set his A-C javelin record of 175'7" in tough dual meet com- petition, Though he only fin- ished fifth in the District III's tre- mendous 2-Mile competition, Craig Borges set a school record of 10:02. 2 in the -process. Three days later he also set a County Meet record with a winning time of 10:20. 8. 7 . . Rival Teams Falter As A-C Teams Opposition For Twelfth Straight x y X. .5 N EN. JIM HO STETTER--151: in the mile run JOI-IN FISHER--Meet High Scorer: lst in the triple jump 2nd in the long jump 2nd in the high hurdles A-C SCORERS IN COUNTY MEET RICK BAYLOR--lst--high hurdles 2nd--low hurdles AL GIBBLE--lst--shot put BOB WENTLING--lst--discus DAVE KYLE--lst--javelin BILL KLINE--1st--high jump 4th--triple jump FRITZ DIEBUS--2nd--shot put 2nd--discus BARRY ZIMMERMAN--2nd--100 yard dash 3rd--220 yard dash GENE LEONARD--2nd--440 yard dash STAN KELLER--3rd--440 yard dash KEN HAMM--4th--pole vault CHARLIE GREENAWALT--4th--low hurdles MARTIN BRANDT--Sth--880 yard run JACK SI-IENK--5th--mile run BARRY BOOK S--Sth--two mile run RICK RISSER, GARY WALBORN, GENE LEONARD, STAN KELLER lst in the mile relay meet director Eugene McC1eary congratulates Coach Gerber for A-C's twelfth straight County Championship in track and field V Fa E I Strength Overwhelms County Championship - s .. .1 . il -L ...1 CRAIG KARSNITZ--3rd in the high jump DENNIS STEPHEN-11st in the 880 yard run DARYL GERBER--lst in the ple vault KEN WENGERT--3rd in the long jump A-C COUNTY MEET SCORERS MARTIN BRANDT, JACK SI-IENK, DENNY STEPHEN, JIM I-IO STETTER--lst two mile relay GARY WALBORN, JOHN KLEINFELTER, JIM FERNSLER, BARRY ZIMMERMAN--2nd 880 yard relay 111 1 The Key To A-CHS, Track 4 And Field Success Stor as Been The Unseliish ttitude Of Its Unsung Members an ni 'WK-4:4 T Jim Wise and Barry Books take it easy at the County Meet and look over the competition. Wayne Wampler puts on strong finishing kick in the last lap of a two-mile PLII1. One of the most improved runners, sophomore Marty Brandt, runs the lead leg of 5 the Class B Cotmty News two-mile relay which resulted l in a second place for A-C, l T Jim Fernsler and john Kleinfelter demonstrate the s lit-s c n p e o d pre- cision they used throughout the season in their record-breaking performance in the 880 relay. Steve Gingrich uses his proven tenacity as he leads his fellow two- milers onto another victory for A-C . Community Businessmen Treat A-Cas Three District a Track And Field Champs To Banquet TRACK ASSISTAN TS Z, , M. vm, YN H ' 'U - fs., 'V . t 5 tzti ' gf E 'f7Qif?a T: ' ' V' w' T aa rar T ss s. -6 y i r Qblll '-' 1 A 3 f ., ,. L -T N , ia ' I ,.:2: - ' ' H ....,.:.,,A " 'E ' The A-C Action Club Entertains Children Cf The Da Care Class A-C ACTION CLUB: Row 1: D. WEIK, G. BISSLNCER, E. CHADWICK, M. HITZ, C. IMBODEN, E. COOPER Row 2: MRS. KELLER, ADVISOR5 s. BLAUCH, s. GRANT, L. KREIDER, J. MCCORKLE. Row 3: K I-IEMPERLY, S. YAKE, C. VAN WINKLE, A. BROWN. f-VJ' 4 A-C ACTION GIRLS: ROW 1: J. Wethington, S. Boyer, G. Wolfe, E. Bowman, D. Light. ROW 2: S. Irwin, D. Ostrander, B. Blatt, A. Guidon, M. Reist, N. Vanovich, B. Long, Mrs. Bishop, Advisor. ROW 3: P. Wilds, I. Dull, S. Sherman, I. Gingrich, J. Schmaltzer, M. Tobias, J. Shaffer, C. Ehrhart, C. I-louser. The A-C Action Girls Sponsor a Successful Fashion Show To Pay For A Foreign Exchange Student To Come to LVC. The Senior High Tri-I-li-Y's better known as the A-CAG and the A-C Action Club served the community and school as well as partici- pating in county and club Tri-Hi-Y activities. The A-CAG comprised of senior girls collected and shipped clothes to a needy family in Kentucky and sponsored a success- ful Fashion Show from which the profits were given towards the transportation of a foreign exchange student from the Virgin Islands to Lebanon Valley College. The girls showed their appreciation to their advisor, Mrs. Bishop, as well as to the other faculty members by presenting them with carnations during Teacher's Week . The A-C Action Club made up of Junior girls also helped provide the flowers for Teacher's Week. Other highlights of a busy year consisted of a Christmas party for the children of the Cleona Elementary Day Care Class, the Tri-l-Ii-Y and Hi-Y Older Youth Conference to which several representatives were sent, and a Mother-Daughter social at the end of the year to induct the new officers for the coming year. TN TI-IE LITTLE MINISTER: STANDING: N. Boyer, C. Imboden, P. Rowland, C. Weimer, B. Grant, J. Rittle. SITTING: D. Wolfe, J. Zerfoss, B. Blatt, S. Tom, J. Schoomaker, E. Cooper, D. Rowland, J. Wethington, L. Light, T. Seltzer, S. Ebersole, S. Sherman. ames M. Barries, Pla , THE LITTLE MINITER, S Success At A-CHS L.. The Cast of THE LITTLE MINISTER JEAN MCJADDEN .......... SUSIE GRANT MORA MCLAREN ......... SUE SHERMAN . . DENNIS ROWLAND . . JOHN GRANGER . . PHILIP ROWLAND . . JOYCE WETHINGTON . . CHARLIE WEIMER . . STEPHEN TOM . . STEVE EBERSOLE LORD RINTOUL . . RoB DOW ....... GAVIN DISHART ..... MARGARET DISHART. . . BABBIB .......... DR. MCQUBBN ....... SBRGBANT HALLIWBLL . . . . . BARBARA BLATT . . IAN scHooMAKBR . . NEIL BOYBR LARRY LIGHT JOHN RITTLB TERRY SBLTZBR 1oB ZEARFOSS BOOKHOLDER . . . . EDITH cooPBR EFFIE .......... NANNY WEBSTER . . TI-IE MOB ..... 0"X ROW 1: D. Gerber, M. I-Iitz, J. Schmaltzer, P. Wilds, M. Reist, K. Bucher, R. Achey. ROW 2: S. Gingrich, R. Wentling, M. Windle, A. Stover, K. Gress, D. Light, G. Wolfe. ROW 3:j. Shenk, D. Kruger, J. Dohner, I. Tice, R. Long, J. Fernsler. ROW 4: F. Diebus, J. Kauffman, R. Baylor, L. Light, J. Kleinfelter, D. Kyle. Varsity Club Inducts New Members - ,ii ... - A ROW 1: K. Hamm, K. Shenk, E. Chadwick, C. Imboden, B. Coleman, D. Grier, D. Gingrich ROW 2: Mrs. Hains, Advisor, B. Books, D. Dutweiler, S. Grant, K. Shuey, Mr. Hains, Advisor ROW 3: R. Risser, R. Marquette, C. Karsnitz, W. Kline, A. Gibble. ROW 4: G. Leonard, C. Greenawalt, C. Keller, R. Bomberger, T. Hartman, I. Fisher. 1 Wrestling Makes Debut At Level A-CHS On A unior Varsity Competing on a Junior Varsity level in its initial season, Annville-Cleona's wrestling team wasn't able to win any of its matchesg how- ever, several individuals did come up with top performances Most important of all, this season gave the wrestlers a chance to become oriented to the fundamentals of this very complex sport. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING: KNEELING: Mr. Eschenmann, coachg R. Nickliss, R. Smith, D. Reigle, K. Wengert, H. Bomgardner, M. Fogleman. STANDING: M. Fansler, C. Gacano, S. Wells, R. Bryce, G. Light, A. Brown, mgr. INHOLD:j. Barner, K. Ainsworth . 119 AC 6 WRESTLING SCORES Milton Hershey Northern Lebanon Milton Hershey Northern Lebanon OPP 53 40 49 41 One of the several juniors helping to produce the yearbook, Edith Cooper Wound up as one of the few to help make the deadline. Though not on the yearbook staff until the end of the year, Edith Cooper eventually did more work than 90M of the yearbook staff combined. Sue Sherman, this year's editor of the Corinoma, works on some layouts for the Faculty Section. Yearbook Staff Draws Near if Ne-e 4- uf. 4-ff' I1-, N? V J , ' ,ivy-F' . " - qi ' -X f A V XX .' 7 ' Susie Grant took care of most of - " . the underclassmen pictures and , V, 4, 'X s other jobs that needed to be done. A 1 ,QQ f In this photo, Susie is shown " A "cropping" a picture. CORINOMA STAFF: SEATED: M. Hitz, G. Wolfe, K. Sherman, Mr. Fureman, Advisory C. Ehrhart, J. Wethington. STANDING: S. Grant, R. Baylor, M. Elliott, G. Leonard, J. Schmalzer, A. Rhodes, D. Murphy, J. Hower, J. Gingrich, L. Lingle, E. Bowman, L. Beard, A. Guidon, S. Ebersole. 120 ' . Disappears As Deadline During Last Week Of School Iunior High Assemblies Were Held To Award Outstanding Students And Athletes Who Participated In Spring Sports. Jag Ir. High Band Performs Well At The Street Fair. M H H 4' 43' J " ' ll JUNIOR HIGH VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES AC OPP AC 48 HENRY I-IOUCK 64 82 41 HENRY HOUCK 51 59 27 HARDING 5 1 40 4 1 ELIZABETHTOWN 44 49 71 PALMYRA 3 8 5 1 65 NORTHERN LEBANON 21 54 59 MILTON I-IERSHEY 55 6 1 S5 LEBANON CATHOLIC 45 59 60 CEDAR CREST 54 50 42 PALMYRA 49 OPP NORTHERN LEBANON 44 MILTON I-IERSHEY 40 LEBANON CATHOLIC 48 C EDAR C RE ST 40 PALMYRA 52 NORTHERN LEBANON 23 MILTON HERSHEY 52 LEBANON CATHOLIC 57 C EDAR C REST 47 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: C. O'Neal, R. Reity, Managerg R. Croce, Managerg S. Martin. STANDING: R. Musheno, R. Marquette, G. Watts, R. Gingrich, Mr. Lingle, Coachg Zearfoss, C. Dull, P. Kreider, B. Caldwell, J. Kincaid. unior High Basketeers Win County Championship win Led by Paul Kreider and Robbie Marquette, the Junior High Basketball Team cli- maxed a rather unique season of competition by winning the County Championship. After having won it first five league games, the Palmyra Cougers upset the Little Dutchmen on the A-C court. Despite two other losses, the Dutchmen pulled themselves together and won their last four games to ensure their being crowned County Champions. JUNIOR HIGH j.V. BASKETBALL SCO RES A C 23 HENRY HOUCK 25 HENRY HOUCK 36 HA RDING 2 1 ELIZABETHTOWN 48 PA LMYRA 3 6 NO RTI-IERN LEBANON 27 MILTON HERSHEY 2 1 ELCO 1 8 C EDA R CREST 33 PA LMYRA 3 7 NORTHERN LEBANON 32 MILTON I-IERSHEY 3 3 PA LMYRA 4 1 NO RTH ERN LEBANON 41 MILTON HERSHEY 3 2 ELCO OPP 35 31 23 14 16 15 20 29 10 21 15 38 24 10 34 38 Both Paul Kreider and Randy Musheno were out- standing players on this yea.r's Ituuior High Basketball Team. w Q25 351 I.V. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW 1: C. Kettering, G. Schneider, M. Capriotti, G. Shaffer, R. Mitchell, P. Brewer, 1. Dutweiler, D. Martin. ROW 2: Mr. Goudy, Coachg B. Maulfair, E. Neidigh, G. Hopple, G. O'Neal, R. Starkhow, J. Ellenberger, D. Rhoads, S. Graby, R. Sheetz, R. Sample r. High Cheerleaders Show Students Good Sportsmanship? JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS ROW 1: E. Bru- baker, L. Steiner, S. Shenlc, Cap- taing S. Shirk, C. Sholly, Row 2: S. Unger, D. Tice. ROW 3: A. Ehrhart, D. Hoff- man. junior High Choral Groups Perform Well In Both The Christmas And Spring Concerts. Q Us 'fe JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS SEVENTH GRADE CHORUS x , . qv 1 A-fri: i M... . " , Xl wal Ali aa ir :.....-fe: --:se E iv 1 . ?- M v Mir' . .gg-' X ., ,M owe LA ai-,.,f,g 4 in ., 4 lh V X, 4 ,V 1 ' A ' V. rf' ,F 7:5 F V- ., , I f 1, 5 .TZ 1 - 3: V ig -5QY'fgr?" ,:Qw ,g ' Qi 7 ., 1 -,gi-, u , fn i .ww '--", :.f,:,v,g..'2 A 1 A ..4 A r .r11z:,11Eel V -,'- 99- 3 fa A - rs, l 4-sf - 4-ri - .X A if La ' , A wg V. ,, ,EK 3 l' 'ff N l- -fir ' if , . 5 x Karen Adey Pamela Adomaitis Steven Albright William Atkins Carl- Baldwin Michael Batula Beverly Becker Clifford Bennetch Dawn Berkheiser Howard Bixler Beverly Blauch Kenneth Bohr Marcia Borges Cynthia Bowman James Bowman Randy Bowman Rustina Bowman Timothy Bowman joan Clawser Randall Croce Wilma Custer Fred Daubert Lauren Brandt Robert Breidenstine Philip Brewer Kenneth Diem james Ditzler Jed Dutweiler Kathy Early Carolyn Brightbill Elaine Brubaker Cynthia Buffenmeyer Diane Ebersole Diane Ebright Gerald Eby Dean Eckert Randy Burke Michael Capriotti David Carpenter Christopher Edris Anne Ehrhart Jeffrey Ellenberger Earl Evans Karen Caruso Beverly Chadwick Lydia Cintron Betty Fake John Fake Mary Finkbiner Kathy Fisher 126 F ri., ,A-.3 , , X X L 'fee l ,rx . ' 5 -Q- AV qv Q JIM' K ,H v gi af. , l Eighth Grade Class Officers lx :funq 1' f 'A l 'ss Eighth Graders Leadershlp Of ,A , if: F. a.n , 5 4' -. Xi ll X .-1 A AEN, ,',. T1 aaan X 'ah , - XJ lli' v., ,. Kunz 35 Prepare To Take Over umor High .N ' I 'W' I f ine h' 2:g.t:1',g.1:r, zu... . - nm! Q-L. ,-- .. a..,fp WH s ',' fi ,z f v3'5-ff--"""-- if y . 3, r ' 11.34. .-' X X a q,r,, , mf- , , 'ffgwxi' fr 1 faixiix 'K ll xi :li Barbara Hein Stephen Hein David Heisey James Heisey Joseph Heller Barbara Hemperly Yvonne Hemperly Beth Henning Gwenn Henry Robert Herr Rachael High Michael- Hiles Susan Hirschbock Brenda I-Iiiz Scott Hitz Paula Forwood Robert Frey Brenda Fuhrman Al Garis Terry Hin Carol Hoffer Debra Hoffman Heather Gerber Debra Gibson Susan Gibson Anne Gingrich George Hopple Daniel Horn Calvin Hostetter Joyce Gingrich Steven Graby Eugene Graham Kathy Gress Kenneth Hostetter Kevin I-Iostetter Linda Houser Lois Habecker Karen Hallman Sally Hallman Sandra Hanlon Cordell Howard Naomi Howell John Hower Gail Hartman james Hartman Lynwood Heagy Nelson Heagy Kim Jamison john Johnson Craig Kettering 127 2 rr,y. Tjv rig. : ly Z , ' i' ' y .,Vi .3 1 ' 2 .. Jf,:,...:. , I 6. ' Z L- W A vxa 1 -.4 x 'Jr aifwzflg 1533?-P111 L ' , . fu l- , --. . X , Mi x Y .1 , i . rg-emma 'I is - I af :YF- K J Wa H F S J if we 'A+' :jig-m e A I ' l W x ' Pls F 3 ..3,: ., W. . O 1 4 A QL .rua . az J, . li 'fill ' -r f f ' I " '-', 'X ai fi , , x V T f lfla K , G r rs sf -. .vw Y wel . 1 Y 'f 1A!" - 1 1' ' ,- , 1 I 4 E 1 V l , ka 41 J K Que ,rd Y-,LT Y .ami F ,SA Q D A , s K, l 1 ogg. 1 i .."'x 1 W k r 1 u V 1 f .fl J '1 Wag A J , ' 1 1151 511 bw ? NX id KN, 11.- F11 K. L. 15 wi 11 51 if 'is L s l Q ' 1 ll L1 1 Q.:- LJ J 5 2. , . i , ., ,. 1 .M Q-51, ggi R ,W Rf U 1 Zu" 'J MH John Kirkwood Joyce Kleinfelter Doris Kline Mary Kline 11 iw -A-4 A ...,,.....s A ,E .f Q I - s f '-D , V ,A ufzlvn "wr si . Y ,Q "W-an-, Fri: Sharon Kramer H, . ' Y " 'I if David Kreider 4 X .1 - ' Keith Kreider 1 ' ,' D ' G -' 11, Bonnie Kreiser ' '.' if , K ll' 'Y eil Y lf! I J , , . 'W U . Robert Kreiser 3 Edward K1-um Debbie Kuhn Joanne Light Lucille Lingle Janet' Long Robert Long Fred Longenecker is 4' xl 'gf 552+- ,.- lie: G air - E i x 1 Gail Longenecker Pamela Longenecker Richard Longenecker Nancy Mariani Debra Mark Aaron Martin David Martin Brian Maulfair 1-1., in-1 Hilda Phillips Douglas Plasterer gg. V ' Beverly Putt Robert Meiz Jeffrey Meyer Jolene Meyer Robert Micozzi Jeffrey Putt Noemi Quiles I Janice Reed Debbie Miller Sally Miller Robie Mitchell Dallas Moyers ,Y . A 1 E, RN xl lg X N 'L ,1 Pamela Reed "' Jeffrey Reich -'ri'v- J' Melody Reigert ' Renee Musheno Edward Neidigh Michael Nissley Erma Oberholtzer Sue Reigle Roy Reitz- Sharon Rhen Rick O'Nea1 Jeff Paine Dale Patches Lonnie Pellegrini Randy Rhoad My 'X Z Dale Rhoads Laughin Rice X 128 '4' ' N T . LQ, ef! 1' .. .-I V1 .. Perry Rogers Kerry Rohland Roger Sample Melvin Sauder Greg Schneider Dawn Schwenk Ernest Seyfert James Shaffer Ida Sheetz Richard Sheetz Robert Shellenberger Daniel Sherman Susan Shies Kevin Shilling Richard Shindel Dennis Shuman Diane Smith Ricky Smith Eleanor Snavely Irvin Snavely David Snyder Samuel Snyder Nancy Sollenberger Richard Stachow Dale Stephen Gail Stephen Lynn Struphar Cindy Sweeney Roxanne Swisher Edward Tate Penelope Tobias Susan Tucker Allen Ulrich Karen Unger Debra Wartluft Catherine Weaber Byron Weik Samuel Wengert Scott Wertz Pamela Wilt Randy- Wiltf Sarah Wilt,- Robert Witman Jeffrey Witmeyer Jeffrey Wolfe- I Suanne Wolfe Daryl Yake: Linda: Yeagley Gregory Yotmg Steven Zellers Darlene Zem Richard Zern John Zimmerman Marilyn Zimmerman Freshman Class Officers Sally Shenk, Sharon Shirk, Gary Watts, Pat Light Colleen Adomitis Kent Ainsworth Alice Arndt Richard Atkins Sandra Beamesderfer Charles Becker Glenn Beckcy Beth Biely Susan Blatt Brenda Blauch Larry Boeshore Kenneth Bomgardner Dianne Bowman Ruth Bowman Cynthia Brandt Barbara Breathwaite Sam Breidenstine Penny Brown Charlene Dubbs Charles Dull Patricia Early Anthony Ebersole Rebeeca Browning Debra Buffenmeyer Brian Burke Lynn Egli Teresa Ercoli Dennis Eshleman Joseph Fake Blake Caldwell Stephanie Campbell Sharon Dailey Wesley Ferguson David Finkbiner Doug las Fogleman Miles Fogleman Gary Cutman Bonnie Donmoyer Diane Deiti Rita Fogleman Diane Folk Marie Forney Sylvia Frey 130 .'f. Preparation For Senior High 41?- I C, C .af .Q ,,," T -1 .iff , gg. f if Cathy Harner Kathy Hartman Joyce Herr Ruthann Hershey Paul Hess Ernest Hicksenheiser Dennis Hines Lee Hitz Sally Hoffer Karen Hollowell Karen Hoover Audrey Hostetter Edward Hostetter James Hostetter Vicki Howard Elizabeth Hower Thomas Imboden Ben Keener Jennifer Gamble Lester Garis Gail Garosi Pamela Garret Ronald Keller Frank Kettering James Kincaid Mary Ann Gassert Nancy George Anita Getz A jay Gibson Jana Kingsley Kenneth Kleinfelter H. ' X . i Linda Kieinfeirer- jacalyn Gingrich Randy Gingrich . U 1 Christine Gollam - Janice Graff John Kless Janet Klick Sharon Kline Rebecca Grant Catherine Guidon Jeffrey Hackman Karen Hamm Clarence Knight Judy Krall Gregory Kreamer A L Robby Marquette Sam Martin Kathy Marshall Nancy McCork1e David Miller Debra Miller Laurie Miller Patricia Miller Sue Miller john Moeckel Randy Musheno Debra Noll Sandra Nye Richard Parker Edward Posey Cheryl Pyles Karen Rauch Marilyn Reese Debra Reigle Debra Rhine Sharon Rhoads Marcia Rhodes Curtis Risser Mary Risser Timothy Rittle Bruce Rodkey Bobbie Rothenberg Mary Safstrom Timothy San Martin Beverly Seaman 1 V- Holly Kreamer Paul Kreider Timothy Kreider Darrell Kreiser Sheila' Lash Dennis Leonard Diane Light Patricia Light Elizabeth Lingle Bruce Long Christian Long Joan Long Freshmen Become Involved In Man 132 S, Xi, w iw Worthwhile School otivities Debra Wagner Sherry Wagner Kay Wampler Kenneth Wartluft Lou Ann Wartluft David Watson Gary Watts Barry Weaber Jane Weaver Mary Weaver Shirley Weidler Samuel Wells' Patti Wengert Mark Wethington Aaron Whitman Donna Whitman Brian Wolfe Blenn Zearfoss Anita Zettlemoyer William Zombro 133 is 5? ,Qi r if x Lin Xt, is Joyce Schwenk Diane Shenk Sally Shenk Barbara Shifflet Charles Shifflet Sharon Shirk Cynthia Sholly Enos Shuey Donna Smith George Smith Marlene Smitley Lisa Steiner David Stephen Marcia Taulbee Robert Taylor John Tittle Judy Trauger Jo Ann Tresco Sandra Troutman Janice Umberger Susan Unger FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Ir. High Version Of F F A, FHA, Young Menis Christian Association Prepare Students For A Better Life. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA HI-Y 'A 452 f ? HONOR SOCIETY V' if Y JL 3 .. V, x x ? LIBRARY ASSISTANTS jr. High Students Show Plenty Gf Interest Get Up, And Go In Honor Sgciety, Library Assistants Club, And Tri-Hi-Y. TRI-HI-Y 135 W. '1'w..g- 1..,l 1 U N XMI ll FI Dean Achey Gail Ainsworth Cheryl Albright Clyde Arndt joseph Arndt Joan Arnold Barbara Auchinbaugh Janice Bachman Doris Baker Donald Beaver Rebecca Beuchle Kay Biely Jill Bingaman Tom Birch Susan Bixlcr Michael Blantz Philip Blount Bill Bogert Thomas Bomgardner jan Bowman Cheryl Brandt Donna Brinker Bonnie Brown Timothy Brown Eric Brummer Mary Bryce Cindy Bucher jean Buchmoyer Elene Bucks Bonnie Buffenmeycr jeffrey Chernich , Holly Cintron Victor Cintron April Coleman X v , john Cook Seventh Grade Students Find High t First. I , I. I 'x Steven Creter Steven Dailey Rita DeSantis Harold Dewees jay Dietrich Jane Dialer Douglas Dohner Douglas Ebersole Lynn Ebersole Philip Ebersole Bonnie Ebright Debra Eisenhour Susan Ensminger Evan Fansler Kathy Fidler Milton Flickinger 136 Seventh Grade Class Officers f XX, NW X a 1 " ze ,.-x ' . 71 SP5 J' 1'-.x ww t xxx W x 'GN . Q., -A , J N v x...L , Qi! Aa ,n a s-.Q 'Q Daniel Fogleman Timothy Foltz Glenn Forney X2 Cecil Greenawalt . an n Z ' J Andrew Grier H . , M Dawn Haldeman v 5 D Ei . 14, 17- ' .LD Amimarie Hamm V I E s ,va L ii, Gregory Forti 5 5 jeffrey Funk f , . - 1 1 1 - Q V ., ,V Michael Gardner " - --1 f ' ' Michael Hartman ' 'cf Susan Hartman . , . ' ' ' in fl? Anne Heller W y '15 A Erkivfm ,'.'.1' David Henise - Gordon Gerber ,Q :fu l James Gingrich '-.A J Y ,',,, L X :V ,H , f Bruce moss TE , had i I " ' fi-ll jessica Henning G "-.... F -.YL Barbara Herr r fm 1, ' lj' Debra Herr . 1 LMS f i ag " J' David Hess Eg' . ' 5-jfs' Da1'Y1 Goss , ' fm 'S' ,, Frances Graaf ' in i y H Joan Graff 5 -'xp' -1 Q-QQ ' xl, Susan High V Q G 4 ' , ,7 Judy Hifl V, f ' X- f XVI Rebecca Hoffsmith - 'X 2 W X Eric Hoke , . iw Harry Grant . 55, ' ' , I U Desiree Gravesande X -,?.v1- - A v N if Edward craybiu I N ' A, 'E . YL Tod Hollinger - ' G i - Dean Hoover ' . i N Lisa Hoshower I Q ly Z al , f H 4 ., A 'f Y . A Dawson Hostetter -34' ' ' , M ff f . x ' School Qu1te Com phcated si x A Dennis Hostetter H " ' R I X Glenn Hostetter F3 'FAQ' 5 - L Karen Hostetter f h ' i " L Scott Houser 3.L,r Q D' -Y' x -. lx, , 4 4 -ff H -S f '.-L XX ,ypfa xml. - xl . -is Iolinda jones I x 'tl , ,,,, , 'N - Cynthia Kaylor Vicki Kaylor st, , gy ,Aix Holly Keller by ' A f '-:-: H A' Q. ,Q if ,tm - 'Nj' Richard Keller ., 4, ' Y' G Richard Kepler X 'H l Q. David Kerkeslager qw -.,., Brian Kettering , ' 'Vf ' 'EX rx ,ff AA, ' - it 1 '-1 - john Kincaid I A 1 4' Samuel Kincaid 1 Qi-:aj as Q Scott Klopp 313' ' .'A 1 ': ' V James Knight . -1 n . 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M :inn X at 138 Randy Krall Sharon Kreider Jeffrey Kreiser Richard Kreiser James Krouse Kim Kuhn Randy Leonard Lance Light Karen Long Mabel Jean Long Carl Longenecker Mark Longenecker Cheryl Loy Donna McDaniels Charles McNally Stacie Martin Patricia Meily Craig Meyer Suzanne Meyer Cindy Miller Connie Miller Dale Miller Dennis Miller Michael Miller Stephen Miller Valerie Miller Douglas Moeckel Debra Newman Heather Noll Randi O'Neal Karen Paine Sandy Pellman Robert Peters janet Peterson Kimberly Powell Dale Rauch Robert Reed William Reigert James Reist Nicholas Resanovich Brenda Rott Curtis Rowland Roberta Royer Herbert Ruiz joseph Sattazahn 5111! fl- tw ali!! Amy Schaffer Linda Schwenk Glenn Sellers Karen Sellers Robin Sheaner Kenneth Shifflet Scott Shindel Michael Shirk Beverly Shuey Marilyn Shuey David Shuman David Smith Donald Smith Harold Smith Michael Snyder David Speraw David Sprecher Glenn Stegall Sherry Steinbauer Donna Sweigert Brian Taulbee Wendy Theal Michael Tobias Kathy Trautman Mary Troutman Gary Vragovich Michael Wagner Randy Wampler Connie Watson Jane Watts Seventh Grade Students Become Aeclimated To H1gh School Life Dale Waybright Barry Weaber Dale Weaber Janet Weaber Jeffrey Weaber John Weaber Ionya Weaber Woodrow Weaber Dan Weimer Perry Weimer Debbie Wengert Sharon Whitman Michael Wilhelm Virginia Wilt Becky Wolfe Michael Wolfe Steven Yeakel Cathy Yellets Brenda Young Jess Zimmerman Ricky Zombro 43'-' --,9 ' Wgllfi - fy, IIN -.- jR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: SITTING: D. Tice, M. Wethington, P. Kreider, R. Grant. STANDING: ROW 1: Mr Eshenmann, Advisor, D. Carpenter, M. Capriotti, D. Ebersole, S. Dailey, A. Schaeffer, H. Grant. ROW 2: T. Ebersole, R. Musheno, J. Dutweiler, S. Meyer, B. Chadwick, I. Meyer, D. Smith, T. Foltz. Ir. High Student Council Sponsors Many Activities For Student Bod . SERVICE WITH A SMILE. "HI THERE, HANDSOME s " . " 3 0 140 "MAY I HAVE THIS DANCE?" "I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT!" Students In junior High Select 'King And Queen KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS COURT: Seated: P. LIGHT, S. SHENK, D. TICE, R. MUSHENO, R. GRANT, M. WETHINGTON, D. WAGNER. Standing: G. WATTS, P. KREIDER, P. BOGER, S. KINGSLEY, L. DUTWEILER, D GINGRICH, S. MARTIN. 141 Dennis Leonard,s Triple Victories Sparks Junior High Track Team To Its Fifth Straight Count Title JUNIOR HIGH TRACK TEAM: ROW 1: R. Gingrich, D. Eschleman, D. Finkbiner, M. Wethington, L. Garis, D. Leonard, R. Micozzi, S. Martin, B. Wolfe, S. Wells. ROW 2: T. Imboden, mgr. 5 I.. Boeshore, G. Zearfoss, D. Watson, S. Breidenstine, E. Hostetter, E. Posey, G. Kramer, I. Kirkwood, D. Rhoads. ROW 3: B. Maulfair, G. Schneider, R. Sample, F. Daubert, E. Neidigh, M. Capriotti, E. Krum, R. Smith, D. Shtunan, R. Sheetz. ROW 4: R. Mitchell, F. Longenecker, E. Graham, J. Reich, J. Meyer, S. Wengert, I. Paine, R. Shindel, G. I-lopple, R. Stackhow, J. Wolfe. ROW 5: E. Tate, S. Albright, CZ Edris, R. Bixler, S. Graby, J. Ellenberger, D. Horn, and J. Kless, mgrs. ROW 6: Mr. Gerber, Mr. Fureman, and Mr. Brandt, coaches. Missing: T. San Martin, J. Dutweiler, C. Kettering, R. Reitz Dennis Leonard Won the County 100 Yard Dash in 11.0. Later, Dennis also triumphed in the 220 Yard Dash and 440 Yard Run, where his 56.0 clocking set a County record and broke his own school record of 56. 1 that he had originally set in the District Meet where he took a third place medal. One of the most exciting races of this year's County Meet was the 880 Yard Relay Where A-C 's team of Tim San Martin, John Kirkwood, Dale Rhoads, and Ed Hostetter emerged victorious. On his last try of the long jump competition, Tim San Martin, who had been in fourth place, not only won the event but set a County Meet record of 18'8" in the process. 142 I While, on the surface, this year s Junior High Track Team record was not as impressive as those compiled during the past few years, the strongest opposition we 've ever encountered along with an exceptionally large group of inexperienced athletes had much to do with several heartbreaking losses in the first half of the season. Much to their credit, few of the team members gave up. Instead, they practiced even more diligently than ever. Their dedication and spirit were responsible for the team's strong finish in which A-C overwhelmed several teams that had beat teams that we had lost to earlier in the season. Wit... I ! " r-+ gvfL,i L -Z ' 13,2- . :Ft ,351 ..f- M li .' U 4791, J' , ,'. Z.: . M. K 'fi F511 E. an ' 1. ,W ' wll. .V g . 1 +L . . I , jlfx! s Z? , gil: , X Nw 1 I , at 'U2',? 1 L ,1 6 ' lfliys M. r ff -. Je sw -fl , 1 E. Ai-E! 1 ' Z Bl: . The team's strong finish, culminating in A-C 's fifth straight Junior High County Championship, was a product of each 1'nember's efforts. Nevertheless, there were some individuals who compiled out- standing records. Many of them have been cited on these two pages. However, even though no pictures were available, the following individuals merit mention: Dennis Hines, who holds the school records in both the 660 and 880 yard runs with clockings of 1:32.4 and 2:10. 8, respectivelyg Dennis Eshleman, whose excellent times made him one of the top five 660 and 880 runners in A-C historyg Ed Posey, whose third place in the County discus throw was achieved through sheer competitive spirit, and john Kirkwood, whose dedication and subse uent develo ment Cl P into a fine runner was symbolic of the 1969 Junior High Track Team 's efforts. In addition to his school record in the 44-O Yard Dash, Dennis Leonard also holds the .record in the pole vault where his best vault was 11'5", a height ordinarily attained by relatively few varsity perform ers. ...W I JUNIOR HIGH TRACK SCORES AC OPP 68 Norlebco 36 Elco 11 63 Lower Dauphin 83 45 Cedar Crest 35 129 Elco 21 85 Middletown 88 84 Lower Dauphin 89 82 Susquehanna Twp. 73 50 Governor Mifflin 59 135 Palmyra 65 1 14 Wilson 77 58 Cedar Crest 33 157 Norlebco 43 COUNTY MEET 1st AC DISTRICT MEET 10th AC LEBANON RELAYS 1st AC CEDAR CLIFF RELAYS 4th AC l Victorious at the Lebanon Relays where they tied the meet record of 48. 6 for the 440 yard relay, this quartet of runners QKNEELING: Bob Micozzi and Dennis Leonardg STANDING: Ed Hostetter and Tim San Martinj also took a third place medal in the sprint medley and fourth place in the 440 yard relay at the Cedar Cliff Relays. In the latter event, the team broke its own school record with a 48. 4 clocking. Dave Finkbiner and Sam Wells were A-C 's two out- standing Iunior High Weightmen. Dave climaxed a fine season with a heave of 123 '3 " inches in the county discus competition, thus establishing himself as the best discus thrower in the history of A-C junior high track and field. Sam, however, had a disap- pointing season in the shotput but still managed to throw over 48 feet, making him the fourth best junior high shotputter in the school's history. I x . 143 Despite Many Forms Cf Most Students Still t -1 -. va Vw yt i If A ,uf t C ' Relaxation At A-CHS, Look Forward To Dismissal Q "v 4 : -A s 3 'Q s iv- Wai z 11 Semors Smg Alma ater 5 A'!!""!3sF'99"" 'ff'9"i?'h9", .m ,, gm, is0rg:ij-1 Prehkles - X!lvgrq.1Alldante :sfiil Alligru Maawididf ffhcwsff - K L: Vgki T Largo in E Major ,, , .. fir, . . I ,, .. fi Gimd Clroqffgjirl Ffhlfajcfifn.. M .1 fr, H X Mildred E. Myers, Organis! Y mg :i'roceSslonul - Poly npd Cirrjumstzmce V ,, , . Elgnrn 'bxvocgliuxx . A . ,. .. , , . 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Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1

1971

Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

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