Annville Cleona High School - Corinoma Yearbook (Annville, PA)
- Class of 1970
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1970 volume:
Annville - Cleona I-Iign School
A figure stretches to grasp a complete circle
Complete, yet made of prism-like parts
Each reflecting and enriching tones,
Each making the others whole and full -
No ordinary circle -its prisms are individuals
Dazzling, shimmering from absorption and reflection
Individuals Whose symmetric sides are pyramidian phases
Academic, social, physical - defining the prisms' shapes -
A figure strides the past and future, keeping the cirlce in eyeshot.
Prepared to grow.
Dedication ............ . 4
Seniors ............... . 14
Faculty and Administration . 40
Clubs ............... . 52
Sports ....... .
Underclassmen . . . .120
Commencement . . .145
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ln appreciation for years of service to Ann-
ville-Cleona, the Class of 1970 is proud to dedicate this
volume of the Corinoma to Miss Mildred Myers. Dur-
ing these years she has not only inspired her students
with the teaching of Latin and its history, but also has
become a sincere friend to many students, Her honest
effort to become involved with the students, willing-
ness to discuss current events and problems, and
pleasing personality will long be remembered by ev-
eryone. During these years she has shown her musical
talents by serving as organist for assemblies, concerts
and commencement exercises. Perhaps most impor-
tantly Miss Myers will be remembered for her time and
effort in preparing us for the years ahead.
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Since the beginning of his teaching career at A-C,
Mr. Howard Moyer has proved his dedication and
friendship toward students in many ways. His inspiring
history classes have taught us the value of our govern-
ment and local history. He also showed concern for
the problems of our world in his constant effort to
prepare us for the complexities which lay before us.
He has excelled not only as a teacher, but also as a
coach and sportsman. He was instrumental in organiz-
ing and coaching the first tennis and soccer team at
Annville-Cleona and he coached the first basketball
team that entered the District III PIA state tournament
For these attributes as a teacher, determined coach
and sincere friend, the Class of 1970 proudly dedicates
the Corinoma to Mr. Howard Moyer.
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GLENN LEROY ACHEY VO-Tech
Drives a VW bus. Frequents Zeigler's Ice Cream Parlor.
TERRY LEE ACHEY Vo-Tech
Small but mighty! Miss Witter's headache. Bronson . Hottest cycle
this side of Quitty.
IAMES R. ATKINS Vo-Tech
Has many brothers. Drives to Vo-Tech? Seen but not heard.
Track 'I5 Stage Crew 'I, 2, 35 Cross Country 1,
IOHN PRICE BARNER, IR. Academic
Has a free pass to the Green Terrace . . . How come? His freckles
match his personality! Wears wild clothes.
Soccer 35 Wrestling 25 Hi-Y 't, 2.
LINDA LOUISE BEARD Academic
Ken Shuey's dead battery. Pregnant throat. Track and baseball fan.
chorus 'I, 2, 35 Glee Club 'I, 2, 35 Pep Club 'I, 2, 35 Yearbook 2.
NORMAN RAY BEARE General
Uncle Norman . . . Avid volleyball player. Can be a pest.
NANCY LEE BEAMESDERFER- Academic
Know to stabuice cream before eating it. Monday is her wash day.
Boy you're weird!
CAROLYN MARIE BEUCHLE Academic
Can be found in D-42. Has a head for figures. Literary genius.
Chorus 'I5 Pep Club 25 Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Band Front 2, 3.
RODERICK EDWARD BEYERLE Academic
Lives in his mustang. lust loves POD. Mouth open constantly.
Soccer 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Hi-Y15 Stage Crew 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2.
GAIL SUSAN BISSINGER Academic
Clothes, clothes, clothes . . . Do blondes have more fun? Often
seen at the Dixie.
Honor Society I, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3.
SHARON LOUISE BLAUCH Commercial
Likes the serenity of Bellgrove life. Many many relatives. Despairs at
the sound of a french horn.
Chorus 'l, 2, 35 Tri'Hi-Y 'l, 2, 35 FBLA 35 FHA 'l, 25 Secretarial Corp 3.
RONALD ALLEN BOMBERGER Academic
Bombs around in his red sin wagon. Deserves a second glance.
Chorus 'I, 2, 35 Glee Club 35 Track 1, 25 Football T, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2,
35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Projectionists1, 2, 3.
HARVEY ELLIS BOMBGARDNER General
Lights up a dark room . . . Invisible man. Has a haunted house.
Band 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3.
BARRY LEE BOOKS Academic
Artistic talent galore. Famous saying I knew he was hurt as soon as I
saw him bounce. Drives the red rabbit .
Track 'l, 2, 35 Cross Country T, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 'I5 Tri-Class
Play15 Hall Patrol 'l, 2, 3.
ROBERT EUGENE BOOKS Academic
Guards our money with his life. Loves those music festivals. Known
to loose his temper in advance chem. class.
Band 'I, 2, 35 Chorus I, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble I, 2, 35 Honor Society 2,
35 Class Officer I, 2, 3.
CRAIG ALLEN BORGES Vo-Tech
Sure must eat his wheaties! Pin ball machines are his specialty. All
around nice guy.
Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 35 Stage crew 'l, 2, 3.
CHARLES EDWARD BRANDT General
A one time granny . Quick vvith a quip. Drives a red chevy.
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Soccer 35 Cross Country 1, 25 Pep Club I, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1,
ANNE DONLEY BROWN Academic
Oh those beautiful red curls. Likes the gym floor. Always late for
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Hockey 'I, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 'I5 Track Assis-
tant 2, 35 FTA 1, 25 Youth Forum 35 Honor Society I, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
CHARLES DAVID BROWN lr. Commercial
Good Grief, Charlie Brown! Can't read his own writing. Almost died
on the mile and a half run.
Cross Country T5 FBLA 2, 3.
IOHN ALLEN BRUMMER Academic
Claims two homerooms. Always on the stage UI A quickie
Grandpa for the play.
Stage Crew 2,35 Chemistry Club 25 Yearbook 3.
ROBERT MICHAEL BRYCE Agriculture
Prankster. . . hangs around in the ag. room. Hells Angel on a bicycle.
FFA 'I, 2, 3.
LARRY ALLEN BUFFENMEYER Vo-Tech
The governors biggest fanl?l Careful driver . . . Anyone for a cycle
ROBERT GORDEN CHABITNOY Academic
Knows all the current events. Looks to the sophomore class. Loves
Band I, 2, 35 Marching Band 15 Football 2.
ELIZABETH ANN CHADWICK Academic
Athletically inclined. Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Future pro golfer.
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 'I, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 FTA 1,
2, 35 Newspaper 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3.
EDITH RANKIN COOPER Academic
Make solutions basic by adding acid. Mrs. Kellers headache. Editor
and Chief of Yearbook.
Chorus 'I, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 Library Ass't. 2, 35 Year-
book 2, 35 Tri-Class Play 2.
WILLIAM IOSEPH COX lll Agriculture
Constantly with jeff. Always at the ag. shop, Real nice guy to know.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 'I, 2, 35 FFA 'l, 2, 3.
RANDALL DAVID CRAWFORD General
Drum core captain. Frequently loses his keys to his hot mustang.
DALE RUSSELL CUSTER General
Future Plans include the Air Force, faithful Bellegrove fireman. Fre-
quents Tsudy's lake.
ghorus 1, 25 Marching Band T, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 35 Wrestling 35 Base-
all 2, 3.
DONNA LEE DEITZ General
Credit cards for clothes. Can be seen at the Co-Ed. Long brown hair
MICHAEL IOE DeLONG General
MacDonald's hamberger flipper . . . knows where the action is, A
friend to everyone. Member of the bomb squad.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Hall Pa-
trol 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, Student Council 3.
DEBRA LEE DODSON General
The beautiful soul . . . easy-going personality. individualistic spirit.
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Library Ass't. 1, 2, 3.
DEBRA KAY DONMOYER Commercial
Peppy cheerleader. Watch that other car! ls that another new dress?!
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 3, FBLA 2, 3.
DEBORAH ANN DUBBS Academic
Likes to disagree with Mr. Tulli in POD class. Swings a hot baton.
Great impersonation of an old lady.
Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1.
DAWN LOUISE DUTWEILER Academic
Active in almost everything. Great sportsman and athlete. Did you
see that guy?
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Clas Officer 1, 2,
3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, FTA 1, 2,
3, Youth Forum 3, Newspaper 3.
BRENDA IEAN EBERSOLE General
Likes music and a good laugh. Can be seen at many auctions. Comes
from a large family.
Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Brass Choir 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, Library Ass't. 1.
ALVIN RICHARD EBERSOLE General
Hokie's Siamese Twin . . . lead singer of the football team. Was
once very quiet.
Band 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Var-
sity Club 1, 2, Hall Patrol 1, 2.
MARTHA IANE ESTEP V0-Tech
Mr. TuIIi's headache . . . has a regular escort to classes. Sharp
Chorus 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, FBLA 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1.
KATHLEEN LOUISE FAKE Academic
Drives a flower-power VW bug. ls very glad to give up her piccolo.
Did you understand math?
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Marching 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3.
MARY CATHERINE FAKE Commercial
Can be found at the Waterworks. Shy and quiet . . . long black hair.
Chorus 1, FBLA 1, 2, 3, FHA 2, 3.
ROBERT DENNIS FELTY Academic
Smile, you're on candid camera! Knows his way around. For lessons
on self defense. . .
Band 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, Yearbook 2, 3.
ALLEN MICHAEL FIDLER Agriculture
One of A-C's wrestlers. . . zips around in a blue mustang . . . fond
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3.
IOHN IACOB FISHER Academic
Leadership, Reliability, Dependability, Sportsmanship, Personality,
Looks . . . dedicated to sports . . . has trouble holding onto golf
clubs. Seventh grade fan club.
Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track and Field 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 2, 3, Faculty-Advisory Committee 3, Honor Society 1, 2, 3,
Class Officer 1, Youth Forum 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, Hall Patrol 1, 2, Band 1, 2,
3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Brass Choir 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Boy's Quartet 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
DEBRA KAY FORWOOD Academic
Almost finished with English lsighj. Takes things in stride. Andy's
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 2, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
FTA 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, Newspaper 3, Yearbook 3, Pep Club
1, 2, 3.
IANET LEE GERBER Commercial
Quiet and friendly. Mary Fake's pal. What a giggle!
Chorus 1, 2, 3, FHA 2, 3.
CLAIR MARLIN GOODMAN General
Member of the Mafia. Muscle upon muscle upon muscle . . . Takes
great pride in his mustouche.
Football 3, Hi'Y 2, 3.
MARY ANN GRABY General
ls her own hairdresser . . . budding hairstylist. Models Ann Shop
PATRICIA LYNN GRABY Commercial
A class shorty . . . Deb's best friend. . . little but mighty.
WILLIAM DENNIS GRABY General
Looks to red heads in the junior class. Hardly ever gets angry , . .
calm and easy going.
SUSAN ELIZABETH GRANT Academic
Bubble of energy goalie for hockey dig those wild
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3,
Honor Society 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Pep Club
1, 2, 3, Tri Class Play 2, 3, Track Assistant 2, 3.
IOANNA MARIA GUILDOO General
WOW, dig that accent! Loves sports, and purple. Long long
Yearbook 3, Library Club 3, Library Ass't. 2, 3, FHA 3, Tri Class Play 3,
Track Ass't. 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN HALLMAN General
One of the lounge gang. Do you hear wedding bells? Steve
Library Ass't. 1, 2, 3, FBLA 1, FNA 1, FHA 1, 2, Library Club 1.
KENNETH STOCKLEY HAMM Vo-Tech
Up, Up and over. . . friendly smile. . . drives a VW truck.
Track 1, 2, 3.
EARL THEADORE HARTMAN Agriculture
Three of him make a dozen. Works at K8tB. Likes to show off new
clothes. Always smiling.
FFA 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3.
KAREN RAE HEETER Academic
Loves anything about music. MISS LEBANON VALLEY 1970 . Knows
the lead singer of We Folk. Long, natural blonde locks.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
MARY IANE HEISEY General
Addicted to the color orange , . . has wild ideas . . . clothes and
Library Club 2, 3, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
Yearbook 3, Track Ass't. 2, 3, Track Manager 3.
IUANITA FAYE HEMPERLY General
Personality and looks . . . is her own seamstress . . . Ron's pride and
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, FHA
1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 2, 3.
KIM DANEEN HEMPERLY Academic
Has trouble getting senior pictures. Pals with Marie. One of the tall
Chorus 'I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Marching
MARIE EILEEN HITZ Academic
One of the Igood golfers in the class. Gives lessons in dipping ice
cream. Frien ly, contagious giggle.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Tri-Class Play 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, Yearbook
3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
GERALD G. HOFFER Agriculture
Grows soybeans and hauls cattle . . . known to get penned in pig
FFA 1, 2, 3.
IAY ROBERT HOFFER Vo-Tech
Read head lover. . . manager of the Astor. . . very accident prone.
HAROLD EDWIN HOFFSMITH Vo-Tech
Quiet when in homeroom. One of the better English students? Fu-
KIM ERIC HOKE General
Winner of County shot put. Sincere, friendly attitude . . . can be
found with Flash.
Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club.
ALAN STEVEN HONTZ V0-Tech
On the mound he's a star . . . has great ideas in English class. Quiet
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 'I.
NEVIN RAY HOOVER Academic-Agriculture
Mr, President . . .swings a mean gavel. Cool blue car. Turns the girls
FFA 1, 2, 3, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Youth Forum 3, Class Officer 3.
DWIGHT ALBERT HOSTETTER Academic
Can figure out any trig. problem. Sincere, honest ways about him.
RODNEY DIRK HOSTETTER Vo-Tech
Bellegrove Fire Company man. . . future plans - electronics. . .what
a set of wheels.
Track 2, 3.
CONNIE RACHEL IMBODEN Commercial
Gym enthusiast. Rules the south end of the Cafe. Constantly with
Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
Honor Society 2, 3, FBLA 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Newspaper 2, 3, FTA 'I,
LINDA SUSAN IRWIN General
Makes frequent trips to Canada. Zips around Cleona in a two-toned
MG, BilI, what are you up to now?
FHA 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Tennis 1.
CRAIG ALAN KARSNITZ Academic
Mighty mouth of D-36 . . . going to Europe to play soccer. . . will
go far academically and athletica ly.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 'I, 2, 3,
Brass Choir 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, Hall Patrol 1,
2, Youth Forum 2.
IANET FAYE KEENER Commercial
High scorer in bowling. Types for teachers through the secretarial
corp. Good Easter egg candy maker for youth fellowship.
FBLA 3, FHA 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, Secretarial Corp 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3.
LANCE IAY KELLER Academic
Boss Man loves New York City, member of the bomb squad, likes
Basketball 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT LLOYD KELLER lr. General
Temper, temper. Have you found your pictures yet?
Most Likely to Succeed
CHRISTOPHER PIKE KELLER Academic
Knows how to throw his weight around. King of the Cleona gang.
Friendly to all.
Football 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
RANDALL RAY KELLY Academic
Wit, charm, style karate chopper. . . Frequently seen driving a cam-
per around. Loves POD?
Band 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 2, 3.
SUSAN KAY KLINE General
HAC here I come! Makes many trips to the Red Barn, Pleasing per-
FBLA 'I5 FHA 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 3,
WILLIAM THEODORE KLINE General
Number One high jumper. . .walks cool. What more can l say?
Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 'I5 Hi-Y 1,25
Student Council 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
MARILYN MARIE KRAMER Academic
Voted most courteous . . . nice to know. Will attend HAC.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 FHA 2, 3.
LYNN MARIE KREIDER Academic
Petite. . . short wavy black hair. Friendly to all . , .dependable
Chorus 'I, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 'I, 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 FTA 2, 3,
CLAIR RICHARD KREISER General
One of the shy people , . . seldom heard in class. Drives carefully?
DEBORAH KAY KREISER General
Refuses to wear glasses for senior pictures. Hee, hee, hee . . . SiIk's
Library Ass't. 2, 35 FHA 2, 35 FBLA 'I.
SANDRA MAE KREISER Commercial
Great ability to play sports. Shy, but a great friend. Mary fake's com-
FBLA 'l, 2, 35 FHA 2.
BENIAMIN PETER KRUGER General
One time big band organist. ls addicted to German cars. Easy going
Band 'l, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 25 Soccer 'I, 2, 35 Student Council 3.
SUZANNE MARIE LEMON Academic
Deep alto voice. Looks to the junior class. Proved her abilities as an
actress. Another teacher's kid. '
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35
Wind Ensemble 'l, 2, 35 Newspaper 1, 3.
GENE ALLEN LEONARD Vo-Tech
Captain of the football team, member of All-County Football team.
All around great guy. . . Dianne's hero.
Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3.
GREGORY EARL LIGHT Academic
Dedication to his work? Don't know do Ya? Can cook a fancy
Chorus 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 15 Dance
Band I, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Brass Choir 2, 35 Honor Society1,
2, 35 Class Officer 1, 25 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 15 Stage Crew 1, 2, 35
Faculty-Student Advisory Committee 35 Track 15 Wrestling 25 Tri-Class
P ay 1.
LILY ANN LINGLE Commercial
Frequently seen in Hershey. Horse lover. Long, lovely red hair.
Chorus 15 Yearbook 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, 35 FBLA 35 Newspaper 25 Honor
Society 35 Secretarial Corps 3.
THOMAS ALBERT LING LE V0-Tech
Ford man that drives everyone around. One of three Tom Lingles' at
A-C. Livens up the class.
Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2.
ROBERT RICHARD LIVERING General
Quiet Liver . . . double jointed. Works at Millers' Store. Loves
IANET LOUISE LONG Commercial
The silent type . . . long shiny hair. Pleasing personality.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 FBLA 1, 2, 35 Secretarial Corp 3.
IEANNE MARIE LOOSE Commercial
Peppy cheerleader. . . always on the go. Always talking to Sondi.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 'I5 Var-
sity Club 2,35 Cheerleading 'I, 2, 3.
KIRBY GENE MARTIN General
Wake up, Kirby! Beatles, Beatles, Beatles . . . Ah, look at the little
IUDY MARIE MCCORKLE Academic
Studious Miss with arms full of books. Gets perturbed in advanced
chemistry class. Anything for an A.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 FTA 'l, 2,35 Honor Society 'l,
REYNOLDS BALMER MARQUETTE Academic
Active in everything . . . known to all. Least suspected squirt gun
man. Known for last minute speeches.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Boy's Quartet 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35
Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Brass Choir 'l, 2, 35 Youth
Forum 25 Varsity Club 1, 2, 35 Student-Faculty Advisory Committee 35
Student Council 1, 2, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2,35
Hi-Y 1, 2.
GRACE MARIE MASE Academic
Short and Sweet . . . Friendly smile. Is popular with the guys.
FHA 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 'I5 Cheerleading 15 Pep Club 'l, 2, 3.
CLYDE BRUCE MEYER Agriculture
A farmer boy . . . seldom heard . . .friendly guy to get to know.
FFA 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3.
DAVID LEWIS MEYER General
Boycotts the barber shop. Likes to pester girls in chorus. Talkative
. . . Peace!
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Band 1 2, 35 Projectionist Club 1, 2, 35 FBLA 'I.
DIANNE FAY MEYER Vo-Tech
Future beautician. . . always talking. Genius in math class. lust loves
track and football.
Band 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
DEBORAH ANN MILLER Academic
Frequently seen in F-59. Good worker who likes to get things done
. . . Friendly to everyone.
Chorus I, 2, 3, Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Newspaper 'I, 2, 3, Pep
Club I, 2, 3.
IAMES TIMAEUS MUMMA General
Works at Agway. Quiet but not shy. Owner of curly hair.
IEFFREY DANIEL NEWMAN Agriculture
One of the little guys with a not so little personality. Always gabbing
. . . Nice to know.
FFA I, 2, 3.
RICHARD ELI NICKLISS Vo-Tech
Nancy-Lou Bar-B-Que man. Handsome with or without his glasses.
Smart in math?
Wrestling 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3.
LAWRENCE GERALD NOLL General
District band man. I-lad a Gloria-fied year. Laughs fast .
Band I, 2, 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Dance Band I, 2, 3, Wind Ensem-
LINDA KATHRYN PARTRIDGE Commercial
Swings a mean tennis racket . . . competed in track at Cedar Clihf
Always with Connie.
Band 'l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y I, FBLA I, 2, 3, Field Hockey 'I, 2, 3, Tennis I, 2,
3, Basketball 3, Secretarial Corp 3.
DARRELL EDWARD PETERSON Academic
Track manager . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . has a head
Stage Crew I, Honor Society I, 2, Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3.
LARRY ROBERT PYLES Vo-Tech
Bellegrove Fire Crew man. Think you're smart, huh? Quiet and
FFA l, 2, 3.
ANGELA MATILDE QUILES General
Beautiful complexion eyes . , . studies hard . , . plans an early
DEBORAH ANN RAGGUINTO General
Watch that temper! Curly, short hair . . . makes frequent trips to the
Marching Band 'I, 2, FHA 2, 3, Library Club 2, Library Ass't. I, 2, 3,
Tri-Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3.
DENNIS MARK RHOAD Vo-Tech
Undefeated record for being late to English class. Could easily resist
girls. Mrs. Colliers headache.
Track I, 3, Proiectionist Club I, Stage Crew I.
ANDREA ANN RHODES Academic
Always ready for a laugh . . . As Long As He Needs Me . . . pleas-
ing personality . . .will go far.
Chorus I, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, Yearbook 2, 3,
Track Ass't. 2, 3, Basketball I, 3, Class Officer 2, 3, Pep Club I, 2, 3,
Marching Band I, 2, Varsity Club 3.
DON RICKY RISSER Academic
Has a different car every week . . . livens math class. Best year in
MICHAEL LEE RISSER Agriculture
Was once in a TV commercial. Mr. Chairman, I call for . . Nice to
get to know.
DENNIS WAYNE ROWLAND Academic
A great guy and great actor who is both polite and congenial, Always
wears a smile in tirnes of trouble.
Chorus I, 2, 3, Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, l3oy's Quartet 2, 3, District Chorus I,
2, 3, Regional Chorus I, 2, 3, Tri-Class Play 2, 3.
STEVEN RUSSELL ROYER General
Drives a hot chevy. Marty's body guard. Quiet, but a friend to all.
Band I, 2, 3, Marching Band I, 2, Auto Mechanic Club 3.
STEVEN IAMES SCHAEFFER General
Shines in POD . . . usually has the right answers . . . easy going.
Stage Crew I, Hi-Y 2.
IAN ANN SCHOOMAKER Academic
One of Deb's best friends. A good public speaker. lries hard in En-
Chorus I, Band I, 2, 3, Wind Ensemble 2, 3, LDFG's 2, 3, Tri-Class
Play 'I, 2.
HAROLD GEORGE SCHWALM . A General
Keeps the teachers busy . . . seen quite otten in the student lounge
a real nut.
Proiectionists Club 'l, 2, 3, Stage Crew I, Soccer 2, 3, FBLA 3.
ILJDY ANN SHAFFER Vo-Tech
Great driver . . . lf I crack up the Mustang Larry will kill me! Cin-
Band I, Hockey I, 2, Tennis I, FBLA I, Library 2.
KENNETH HAROLD SHUEY Academic
Good football and baseball player. Drives the red bomb. Fun to be
Football ico-capt.i I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Varsity Club I, 2, 3, Hall
Patrol I, 2, 3, Chorus I.
SHARON IEAN SMITH General
Spends her time either knitting or quilting. Always laughing. Terror
on the tennis court.
Chorus I, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, FHA I, 2, 3, Pep Club
'I, 2, 3, Library Club I, 2, Library Ass t. I, 2.
IAY LAVERN SNAVELY Academic
Participated in pep band. Rides a motorcycle. Quiet . . . sometimes.
Band I, 2, 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, VVind Ensemble
2, 3, Brass Choir I, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3.
RONALD IAMES STARK General
Quiet, but will speak his mind. Silky's headache. Can do without
SYLVIA SUSAN STASKO General
Avon Calling! Dave's coming home this week-end! Pretty eyes and
long brown hair.
GERALD HOWARD TAULBEE Academic
Naturally curly hair. . . likes his beach pants . . .one of the beau-
Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2.
LYNDA RAE TROUTMAN Academic
Has ideas of her own. Intelligent blonde. Strives for perfection in
everything. Has a tendency to argue with Mr. Kline.
Chorus 'l, 35 Band 1, 35 Glee Club I, 35 Honor Society 1, 35 Wind En-
semble 1,35 Pep Club 15 Newspaper I5 Youth Forum 35 Tri-Class Play
THOMAS HEILMAN TUCKER Agriculture
Quiet until you get to know him . . . sleeps during study halls. . .
easy to get to know.
FFA I, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 3.
KAREN LOUISE UMBERGER . Academic
Has a pet cat who is a star. Very talented pianist. Did I hear you say
lohn Brummer?! Friend to all.
Band 'l, 2, 35 Dance Band 'I, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 2, 35 Marchin 1 Band
2, 35 Chorus and Glee Club Accompanist 1, 2, 35 Cheerleading I5
Honor Society 2, 35 Stage Crew 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
CONSTANCE SUZANNE VanWlNKLE General
Never has to worry about dry cleaning bills. Future fashion merchan-
diser. Sharp dresser.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Marching
Band 'l, 2, 35 Color Guard I, 2, 35 Honor Society 3.
SONDRA ANN WARFEL Commercial
Tall gal with a gracious smile. You can find her with leanne or Linda.
One of the lounge bunch.
FBLA 2, 35 Secretarial Corp 3.
LILLIAN ELIZABETH WEABER General
Mr. Light's homeroom headache . . . always on the go . . . friendly
Library Ass't. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3.
MARLETTA KAY WEAVER Commercial
Silent typel but can get excited at times. Still looking, Easy to get
along with her.
Chorus 'l, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 35 FBLA 3.
SUSAN FAYE WEAVER General
Drives like a maniac. Laughs a lot . . . a great friend to know.
Chorus 'l, 2, 35 FHA I, 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y1.
DOLORES IEAN WEIK Academic
Always offers a word of friendliness. Tri-Class Play ham , Future
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 'l, 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Tri Class
CHARLAGNE DENISE WEIMER Academic
A lot of fun to be around. Problems, problems problems . . . Has the
whole school for a fan club. Future plans include acting.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 'l, 2, 35 Band I, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35
Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 2, 35 Basketball I5 Pep Club 'l, 2, 35
Tri-Class Play 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Student Council 35 Youth Forum 2.
IAMES LEE WISE Academic
Gets in heated discussions in POD class. Small but mighty. Great
actor in Meet Me ln St. Louis .
Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble 35 Glee Club 35
Pep Band 2, 35 LDFG's I, 2, 35 Tri-Class Play I, 35 Track I, 2, 35 Cross
Country 1, 2, 35 Student Council 3.
DANE ADAM WOLFE Academic
Active fireman at Cleana Fire Co. 111. Promotes class projects, Able
stage man with the lights. Nice looking car.
Stage Crew 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Representative to Lebanon Co.
junior Youth Council 2, 3.
KENNETH SPITLER WOLFE lr. General
Gets a charge out of electricity. Very reserved yet friendly. Organizer
for class project.
RONALD GARY WOLFE Commercial
Sondi's headache. Has a sly friendly smile. Always ready for a place.
FBLA 2, 3.
VVILLARD L. WOMBAGHER lr. Vo-Tech
Newcomer to ACHS. Sleeps during English class. Got a pencil I can
SUSAN IEANNE YAKE Commercial
Vice-President of Tri-Hi'Y. Always seems to be laughing . . . loyal
Chorus 'l, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 'l, 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 FBLA 35 Secretarial Corp 3.
MARK EDWARD YORTY Academic
Oh those purple socks Dr. lekyl, Mr. Hyde of I3-ll
outstanding flirting ability.
Stage Crew 2, 3.
BARRY DELBERT ZIMMERMAN VO-Tech
Cool dresser, looks plus! Now totes a moustache. Track learns Num-
ber One -Meep, Meep!!
Track 1, 2, 3.
CYNTHIA MARIE ZIMMERMAN Vo-Tech
One of ludy's friends . . . pretty smile and bubbling personality
Hails from Oklahoma.
Newspaper 15 Library Club 1, 25 Library Ass't. 1, 25 FBLA I, 2,
A A S
Members of the Annville-Cleona School Boardi STANDING'
Richard H. Gingrichg Nevin H. Bordlemayg Richard M. Harris,
Paul Kramcrg Elra A, Worcester. SEATEDQ Karl L. Lockwood,
lanws T. Karsnitz, presidenlg Howard A. Weaverg William U.
The 1969-70 Annville-Cleona School Board
planned for the future development of education
in the district by instituting new ideas for the
school year. Committees were reorganized to
become deeply involved in the educational pro-
cess of the school district. Educational develop-
ments such as block scheduling in the tenth
grade, added elective courses for the senior high
and an elementary guidance program were a few
of the steps taken to further help the students
comprehend knowledge easier and help the
teacher understand the students potential. The
school board will continue its work as it devel-
opes a Long Range Development Program that
will include Elementary and Secondary schools.
Mr. Coleman became the principle ol' Ann-
ville-Cleona during the summer of I969. He
vvorked vvith the Student Council in providing a
school store and a Senior School Lounge during
the school term of 1969-1970. Mr. Coleman, ready
to give council to anyone vvho asked, also partici-
pated in the Student-Teacher Advisory Board
which helped bridge the gap betvveen the stu-
dents and the teachers. In reference to the sen-
iors, they believe that he showed them that
school had responsibilities set lor each person,
but that school could be lun and enjoyable il
that responsibility was carried out to perfection.
Mr. Schwang, a newcomer to A-C-H-S from
California, became the high school's assistant
principal to Mr. Coleman in the I969-'l97O school
year. His attitude tovvard all raised the moral not
only ol' the students, but also of the teachers.
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Mr. Elvin Fake, senior high guidance
counselor, prepares seniors for college
As junior high guidance counselor, Mr
Forney's job includes over-seeing tests,
Mrs. Mary Zimmerman, special
education teacher, displays patience
and personality in her teaching
Mrs. loan Moyer, school librarian,
smiles as she reads the list of new
books added to our library.
Mrs. Janette Myers assists Mrs, Moyer
in her endless duties as librarian.
Annual eye tests are included in the
duties of Miss Ruth Keene, school
Mr. Rodney DeHaven and
Mrs. C. Clare LaBarbt-ra
Miss Witter calmly waits for an
answer from one of her students
Mr. DeHaven seems
pleased at the progress of
the Tri-Class Play
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SEATED: Mrs. Ada Light
STANDING: Miss Ruth
Witter, Mr. Marlin Snider
Mr. less johnson and
Mr. joseph Hartman
Miss McCuIloh discusses gram-
mar with her students.
SEATED: Mrs. Sara Bixler, Mrs. Isabel Gingrich,
Miss Carol Ford, Mrs. Stephanie Collier,
STANDING Mr. Lewis Liebert, Miss Mildred
Myers, Miss loan McCullon, Mr. lames Marlin
SEAIED: Mrs. Susanm- Bisiwp,
Miss Miidrcci Myvrs,S'I'ANDlNG1
Mr Tvrry Light, Mr. David
Mr. Glenn VVorrv'sl0r, Miss
Kathlvvn Reno, Miess Suv
Baer-bore, Mr. Kg-mwih
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lust push the button and let
the machine do the rest.
Lx Home Economics
Mrs. Linda Rhoads, Mrs. Ruth
Schaffer, Mrs. Lenore Lebo
Industrial Arts Department
SEATED: Mrs. C, Claire LaBarbara
STANDING: Mr. Harry Brandt,
Mr. Ronald Schlaybach,
No, cows do not
Mr. William Lemon, Mrs. Verna
Sollenberger, Mr. james Huey
SEATED: Mr. joseph Houser, Mrs.
Barbara Rank, Mrs. Dorothy Keller, Mrs,
jennifer Campbell STANDING: Mr.
john Roman, Mr. David Kruger, Mr.
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SEATED: Mrs, Suzanne Foltz, Mr.
Howard Moyer, Miss Elanor Witmrycr,
Mr. Gvorgv Gvrbcr, STANDING: Mr.
Michael Shifflet, Mr. Richard Eschvn-
mann, Mr. lames Diberl, Mr. Dvnnis Tulli
Mrs. Lorraine Shay, Mrs. Ruth Maulfair,
and Mrs. Gladys Marlin assist Mr.
Gingrich in performing his duties set
forth by the school board.
Mrs. Doris Markey attends to a never
ending job as secretary. Mrs. Nancy
Meyer, as secretary in the high school
office, ansvvc-rs many calls during the
Bus Drivers: SIANDING: M. Layman, l.
Fake, G, Stover, L. Stover, A, Miller.
KNEELINC: W. Bomgarclnvr, R. Seigcr,
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Simmons, R. Sallazahn, C, Grahy,
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Marching Band Salutes 100th Year Of Football
The 1969-70 Marching Band, conducted by
Mr. lames Huey, saluted the 'lO0th anniversary
of football with the help of Miss Baker and Mr.
Coble, two Lebanon Valley College students.
They made the formations for the band to fol-
low and helped decide what music the band
should play at this special game.
The band practiced hard over the summer
and during school hours, too, to prepare the
shows for half-time for the ever-excited
crowds at home and away.
The marching band also marches in the Pal-
myra Christmas parade and in the Memorial
Day parade in Annyille.
Band Front worked along with the band to make it
great as it was, Page 57 Qmiddle picturel Colorguard
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1969-70 Sr. High Cherus
FBLA And Secretarial Corps
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lhe Future Business Leaders ot' America
help prepare the Commercial students for
a husiness career.
the biggest event this year for the club
was the Spring Regional which was held at
our school, There were various skill tests
and then there was a banquet, after which
Mayor Iohn VVorrilow spoke to the area
Mr. Snider, F.B,L.A.'s advisor, helped to
make this year's events a success.
UPPER RIGHT: F.B,L.A. Officers SEATED:
Mr. Snider, Advisorg I. Long, Repq C.
Brown, Presg B, Fuhrman, Sec.g MISSING:
H. Wampler, Treasg and S. Warfel, V. Pres.
LOWER RIGHT: The Secretarial Corps does
typing duties for the school. The duties ot'
these inexpendable secretaries are varied,
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F.H.A.: SITTING: I. Hemperly, Sec., G. Mase, Pres., Mrs. Lebo, Advisor, M. Kramer V. Pres. STAND-
ING: 'lst ROW: M. Hitz, B. Hosteller, S. Kline, L. Zimmerman, N. MCCOrkle, B. Donmoyer, I. Keen-
er, N. Keith, K. Klick, 1. Krall, I. Long, S. Weaver, D. Noll, 2nd ROW: I, Sellers, W. Smith, K. Hoover,
I. Guildoo, C. Graham, S. Stasko, I. Gerber, S. Miller, D. Whitman, D. Hackenberg, L. Kleinfelter, B.
Blouch, A. Hostetter, D. Shenk, 3rd ROW: I. Waybright, M. Bucher, M. Raber, P. Brown, M. Taul-
bee, S. Wagner, B. Hostetter, R. Samaska, G. Felly, R. Hershey, D. Buffenmeyer, I. Hirschbock, N
FF Parliamentary Procedure Is 2nd In Count
FFA.: Rovv 11 C. Mt-yt-r, v. Pres., i
M. Risser, Sec., B. Hitz, Sentinal, N.
Hoover, Pres., G. Holter, Treas., T.
Tucker, Rep., W. Cox, Chaplain, Q
ROW 2: R. Burke, L. Heagy, C. Hos- A
teller, C. Howard, D. Horn, N. Hea-
gy, E. Evans, C. Long, Mr. Morton,
Advisor, ROW 3: L. Struplwar, D.
Patches, S. Hitz, B. Burke, K. Klein-
telter, M. Haldernan, A. Martin, F.
Kettering, ROW 4: D. Kreiser, T.
Hartman, M. Sauder, K. Diem, K.
Kreider, I. Heller, T. Rhoads, ROW
5: I. Hostetter, H. Miller, D. Rhoads,
D. Parker, D. Finkbiner, N. Fbersole,
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE TEAM: SEATED1 B. Hitz, Advisor, M. Risser, Sec., N. Hoover, Pres.,
C. Meyer, V. Pres., STANDING: S. Hitz, Sentinal, L. Heagv, Chaplain, D.Horn, Substitute, N. I-leagy,
Substitute, ROW 3: K. Kreider, Substitute, K. Diem, Reporter, K. Kleinfelter, Treas.
Clyde Meyer speaks to
those who attended the
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F.N.A.: SEATED: I. Sellers, Treasg C. Gross, Pres.g F. Williams, V. Pres.g M. Bucher, Sec. STANDING
SECOND ROW: D. Miller, K. Horn, I. Long, D. Schwenk. THIRD ROW: K. Gress, O. Graaf, B
Scheib, S. Tucker, C. Aughinbaugh, M. Forney, K, Kreiser, K. Hollowell. MISSING: Miss Keene-
The Sr. High National Honor
Society sponsored Crazy
Clothes Day from which they
received 520000. They donated
the money to the Peace Corps
for the School Partnership Pro-
gram. The money was sent to
Conception, Paraguay, where it
was used in the building of a
new school in a lovv income
Since the Honor Society is a
service organization, it spon-
sored the bookstore and kept
the bulletin board up to date.
The Honor Society also parti-
cipated in a district Honor So-
ciety Conference at Lehigh
F.T.A.: SEATED: R. Boyer,
C. Graham, K. Kirkwood,
C. Sholly, I. McCorkIe, D.
Dulweiler, K. Fake, K.
Rauch, L. Kreider, S. Lash,
L. Meyer, STANDING: C.
Sholly, E. Hower, I. Trau-
ger, B. Hostetler, Mr. Mar
tin, Advisor, D. Forwood,
S, Frey, M. Rhodes, G.
Garosi, I. Kingsley, H.
Kreamer, ROW 3: P.
O'NeaI, R. Adomitis, B.
Chadwich, P. Murphy, P.
Schwalm, I. Hopple, B.
Library Club: frightj SITTING: Mrs. Moyer, Advisor
T, Reitz, Treas.p K, Schnider, V. Pres.g N. Smith, Pres,
S. Daily, Sec.g M. Heisy, Chap.g 2nd ROW: R. Bow-
man, B. Hein, C. Kaylor, B. Fake, M. Safslrom, K
Troutman, S. Hirschbock, 3rd ROW: C. Albright, I
Klahr, O. Graaf, E. Cooper, I. Guildoo, I. Kleinfelter,
M. Raber, I. Waybright, D. Garosi
Editors: SITTING: C. ImIJofIen, D. Dutweiler, Iunior Editor,
D. Garosip Senior Editor, D. Miller, D. Forwooci, B, Chad-
wick, STANDING: D. Brandt, G. Garosi, M, Rhodes, L.
Zengerle, S, Lemon, I. Paine,
Dutchman Crier Spreads News
Throughout The School
Reporters: SITTING: B. Belly, E. Lingle, K, Beily, I. Tresco, G.
Longenecker, K, Eariy, STANDING: R. Dolter, I. Granger, R.
if Fry, K. Hollowell, S. Miller, I. Meyer.
They seem to get
wrapped up in their work!
Projecitionists Aid Teachers
PRGIECTIONISTS: KNEELING: R.
Atkins, C, Howard, ROW 1: Mr.
Swingholrn, Advisor, H, Schwalrn,
1. Snavely, R. Miller, M. Fogelman,
J. Wolfe, D. Hardy, P. Hess,
ROW 2 B. Burke, M. Nissley,
R. Reitz, B. Keener, I. Ditzler,
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THE LITTLE DFGS: S. Kettering, R. Boyer, Mrs. LaBarh.ara,
Advisorp M. Wethington, S. Vogelsong, 1. Granger.
Little DFGS Practice
In Public: Speaking
Mark Wethington and Perry We-imer placed
in the Lebanon Optical Oratorical Contest.
Clee Club Presents
The Glee Club, directed by Mrs. Verna Sollenberger
and Miss loan McCulloh, presented The Lowland
Sea on May 8, 1970, at 8:00 P.M. It was a job well
The Ship's Doctor
Stage Crew Helps
Prepare The Stage
Sr I-hgh Student Council Serves 5ClWOOl
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W1-i111m-r, C Uilzlvr, ID.
Sanders, STANDING: B
Rocllwy, I. Wise, XV. Klum
M. llc-Long, Ii. Kru5.gvr.
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The Sr. High Student Council has a big responsi-
bility towards the school. Among these responsibili-
ties are, morning announcements, handbook, stu-
dent store, assemblies, parking lot, bulletin board,
flag, lost and found, and student lounge. Student
Council is responsible for selling refreshments at
home basketball games. lt also held many interest-
Student council helps to develop responsibility
among the students. It also improves relationships
among the students and the teachers.
Two new additions, for which the Student Coun-
cil was responsible, were added to the school. They
were, the student lounge and the student store. The
lounge was for seniors only. Seniors were able to go
there during study halls. Soft drinks and candy were
sold. The store was open to the whole school. Some
items which could be bought there were, T-shirts,
jackets, sweaters, candy, pencils, stuffed animals,
and others. The store turned out to be quite a suc-
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Meet Me ln St. Louis was the title for the three act
Tri-Class play sponsored by the juniors.
It was held on March 5 and 6,1970 at 8:00 om. at the
The cast consisted of:
Mr. Smith ......... .... D ennis Rowland
Mrs. Smith . . . . Charlagne Weimer
Rose . . . . . . Suzanne Lemon
Esther . . . . . Rozelle Boyer
Agnes . . . . . Delores Weik
Mrs. Wanghop ..
Ida Boothby ,..
lohn Shephard ..
Fred Gregory ..
Mr. Dodge .
Mr. Duffy . .
Conductolr . .
Prompters . .
Stage Hands .
. . . . Susan Grant
... lohn Granger
,... lohn Moeckel
. Ioanna Guildoo
..... Elizabeth Lingle
. . . Charlotte Graham
...... lames Wise
. . Lynda Troutman
. . . David Meyer
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TRI-HI-Y: SEATED: A.
Brown, Treas., D. Weik,
Corresponding Sec., S.
Grant, Pres., S. Yake, V.
Pres., L. Kreider, Sec., M
Hitz, Chap., ROW 2: C.
Bissinger, D. Meyer, S.
Blouch, D. Dodson, M.
Heisey, E. Cooper, Mrs.
Keller, Advisor, ROW 3:
K. Hemperly, C. Van
Winkle, I. McCorkle, C.
v Imboden, B. Chadwick
The Senior Tri-Hi-Y, regularly known as the A-C Action
Club, represents a group Of 'girls who are interested in
promoting service acts throughout the school and com-
munity. These girls are very much dedicated to the cause
Throughout the year such events as collecting for the
March of Dimes, the March of Dimes basketball game, a
Thanksgiving basket for a poor family the pennies given
to the seniors at their breakfast, and the long-stemmed,
red and white carnations given to the seniors at com-
mencement will create a lasting impression in the minds
of future classes.
The leadership of the club was held by Suzy Grant
who strived for complete success in every project which
was done throughout the year.
Last but not least, the advisor of the club was Mrs.
Keller. She was very successful in helping the girls over-
come the problems which besought them. She always
helped in every project which the girls were involved.
She was sincere and when she did not like how the proj-
ect was being done, she tried to compromise with the
girls. The girls will always remember Mrs. Keller and their
great times, with the sincerest wish that Mrs. Keller will
Sr Tri Hi Y Serves School And Community
'lOth GRADE TRI-Hl-Y:
SEATED: P. Garrett, D.
Bowman, C. Guidon, S.
Unger, P. Light, S. Shirk, I.
Gamble, ROW 2: L.
Steiner, S. Henk, B.
Donmoyer, M. Risser,
B. Blauch, I. Klick,
S. Blatt, V. Howard,
S. Lash, B. Breathwaite, I.
Tresco, ROW 3: I. Graaf,
K. Wampler, D. Whitman,
D. Hackenberg, R.
Bowman, L. Egli, S.
Campbell, D. B,
Biely, M. Gassert, D.
THE OFFICERS: S. Shirk, Chap., P. Light,
V. Pres., S. Unger, Pres., C. Guidon,
Sec., D, Bowman, Treas.
10th Grade Tri-Hi-Y Sells Stationery
Rhodes, Mr. Kline,
Advisor E. Cooper,
K. Heeter, B. Feity,
Brummer, S. Grant,
D. Miller, P.
Tobias, l. Kless, S.
Long, I. Hackman.
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Work Hard To
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with a very impressive record. He remained unde-
feated in league play with an earned run average of
0.00 and a string of 35 scoreless innings.
Seniors and Tri-Captains KNEELING: Ken Shuey,
Rennie Marquette, Steve Hontz. STANDING: Dane
13 Lower Dauphin 4
11 Bishop McDevitt 2
5 Palmyra 4
13 C.D. East 4
4 Middletown 0
7 C.D. 0
4 Susquehanna 0 www:
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2 Lower Dauphin 1
11 Bishop McDevitt O
17 Palmyra 1
1 C.D. East 0
4 Susquehanna . 1
Non League Scores
6 Norlebco 5
O Cedar Crest 8
9 Norlebco 7
10 Lebanon Catholic 6
5 Lebanon Catholic 3
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average of 325.
Second baseman Ken Shuey played a very outstanding defense
while only commiting 2 errors the entire season. Ken has the
honor of being on 3 championship high school teams.
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A-C Captures First Championship
In Lower Dauphin League
FRONT ROW: B. Herr, B. Daily, I. Wise, S. Hontz, D. Gingrich, R. Marquette. 2nd ROW: M.
Kreider, Mgr., R. Loeb, D. Struphar, L. Stegall, K. Shuey, R. Marquette. 3rd ROW: Mr.
Worcester, Asst. Coach, N. Ebersole, T. Adey, D. Snavely, Mr. Lingle, Coach, D. Wolfe, Mgr.
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Dale Gingrich, another one of A-Cs finest
juniors, showed plenty of potential during the
Viking Jerry Reigel tries his luck against our superb
pitching staff as Tom Adey calls his usual good
Under the leadership of Mr. Lin-
gle, the Varsity baseball team cap-
tured its first championship in the
Lower Dauphin League. The team
swept the championship with 14
straight victories without a loss.
Considered one of the finest ever
produced at A-C, the team had an
outstanding batting average of 292.
The pitching staff proved to superb
along with the offensive power.
Each team member contributed to
the success of the season. The se-
nior tri-captains will be missed next
year and it will be up to the several
outstanding underclassmen to again
bring the championship to A-C.
Bill Herr, our super center fielder, while batting in
the lead-off position led the team in R.B.l.'s.
17 Hershey 9
6 Palmyra 2
6 Cedar Crest 4
1 Lower Dauphin 9
3 Lebanon 4
4 Norlebco 6
11 Palmyra 6
18 Norlebco 3
3 Hershey 2
0 Lebanon 2
3 Tulpehocken 2
john Wise, who proved to be the strongest
pitcher on the staff, had a record of 8 wins
and 0 losses along with an E.R.A. of .803.
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Leading the team in several categories offensively,
Randy Loeb also played impressive ball defensively
commiting no errors during the entire season.
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FRONT ROW: T. Rittle, R. Rhodes, P. Rodgers, I. Tittle, E, Krum, I. Whitman, Mr. Worces-
ter, coach. SECOND ROW: P. Brewer, T. Imboden, R. Bowers, M. Capriotti, G. Watts, C
Dull. THIRD ROW: R. Marquette, T. Hitz, E. Hostetter, R. Meily, P. Kreider, G, O'NeaI.
KNEELING: L. Keller, P. Kreider, I.
Fisher, B. Herr, D, Gingrich. SECOND
ROW: B. Caldwell, mgr.g M. Delong, R.
Marquette, B. Kline, D. Snavely, I.
Bowers, Mr, Shifflet, coach.
Varsity Basketball Scores
55 Cumberland Valley 78
47 Milton Hershey 63
67 Mechanicsburg 62
67 Middletown 75
72 Lower Dauphin 62
55 Susquehanna 93
69 Palmyra 61
50 Hershey 73
65 East Pennsboro 47
65 Red Land 76
63 Cumberland Valley 72
48 Milton Hershey 67
60 Mechanicsburg 53
41 Middletown 67
79 Lower Dauphin 70
75 Susquehanna 100
40 Palmyra 69
53 Hershey 65
55 East Pennsboro 53
56 Red Land 62
Up, up, and away!
Where's the Right Guard!
V Bill Herr, the team's leading scorer, displays
his outstanding offensive moves.
Under the new A-C coach, Mr. Shifflet, the
Annville-Cleona basketball team made itself known in
the Capital Area Conference. A-C tied for fifth place
with a 7-13 record, an improvement over last year's
john Fisher, captain of the squad, led the team both
in offensive and defensive rebounding. Rounding out
his senior year, Bill Kline contributed 265 points and 63
assists. Bill Herr led A-C's scoring with 351 points, fifth
in the Central Pennsylvania Area, and completed 74
assists. Known for his excellent defense, Dale Gingrich
was selected for the second team All County in his
junior year. Paul Kreider, coming in with an impressive
junior High record, displayed great potential in his first
year on the Varsity squad. All other Varsity team
members contributed to the fine 1969-1970 season.
A-C has a promising future with Bill Herr, Dale
Gingrich, Paul Kreider, and Dave Snavely as returning
lettermen, and an excellent perspective l.V. team
helping the cause.
New Coach Sparks Varsity Team
To An Improved Season
STANDING: Mr. Shifflet, coach, R. Marquette, L.
Keller, M, Delong. KNEELING: I. Fisher, B. Kline.
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opposing Cumberand Valley Eagle.
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Although l.V. basketball is a training ground,
this year's l.V. team became the first in A-C
history to finish 500 in the Capital Area
Conference competition. Led by the experi-
enced luniors, Randy Loeb. Dave Snavely, Bob
Dailey, Ted Schaffer, Ron Long, Mike Kreider,
jeff Miller, and Larry Stegall, and backed by a
strong bench, the team finished with a 10-'IO
record. The year also included two thrilling
late season overtime victories over Palmyra
FlRST ROW: Mr. Light, coach, G.
Watts, R. Loeb, M. Kreider. SECOND
ROW: R, Dailey, D, Wilcox, G. Zear-
foss, I. Miller. THIRD ROW: R, Mush-
i eno, L. Stegall, R, Long, T. Schaffer.
l.V. Basketball Scores
The 1969-1970 basketball season
ended on a note of success as the lu-
nior Varsity defeated Cedar Crest on a
foul shot scored in the last nine sec-
onds ofthe contest. This displayed the
strength and ability which the Varsity
will put to use next season. This year's
Varsity was hurt by lack of experience
and poor shooting ability, but with
aggressiveness, speed, and determina-
tion they won four well-fought games,
Next year the team will miss Captain
Connie lmboden and seniors Betsy
Chadwick, Linda Partridge, Ann
Brown, and Andy Rhodes. However, six
returning Iettermen, including high
scorer Brenda Coleman, will lend
depth and experience to next year's
Next season a new twist will be ad-
ded to girl's basketball. The Dutch las-
sies will play by the same rules which
govern the boys' - that is, five man or
rather five girl basketball. Hopefully,
this will add a new and exciting twist
to the game and will entice more peo-
ple to come out and support the team.
Varsity Basketball Scores
36 Elco 44
21 Palmyra 36
38 Lebanon 33
41 Norlebco 29
25 Cedar Crest 64
19 Elco 30
22 Palmyra 35
29 Lebanon 24
12 Cedar Crest 61
FIRST ROW: A. Rhodes, C. lmboden, B, Chadwick. SECOND ROW: B. Coleman,
L. Partridge, A. Brown, I. Meyer. THIRD ROW: Miss Basehorv lcoachl K. Acley,
K. Shenk, I. Hopple, I. Waybright, K. Schneider, P. O'Neal, C. Guidon, L. Leng-
erle, B. Biely
STANDING: L. Partridge, A. Rhodes A. Brown,
B. Chadwick KNEELING: C. lmboden, Captain
High scorer Brenda Coleman displays her
foul shooting technique.
Basketball Teams End Season
On ote Of Success
I.V. Basketball Scores
40 Elco I0
7 Palmyra I6
I4 Lebanon 20
20 Norlebco 7
'I2 Cedar Crest 'I 7
'I2 Elco 9
'I7 Palmyra 32
'I4 Lebanon 22
39 Norlebco 9
25 Cedar Crest 24
STANDING: Ci. Longenecker, S. Campbell, ID. Bowman, P. Schwalm,
B. Brandt, R. Adomitis, Coach Basehore. KNEELING: D. Ifolk, H. Cer-
ber, C. Marshall, B. Bloucb, B. Rothenberger, M. Rhodes.
During her first year of Coaching at A-C, Miss Basr-bore gives hr-r
girls a few words of wisdom.
CLOCKWISE Donna Watts, Deb Donmoyer, Vicki Miller, Sharon Long
Pam Boger, Barb Granger, Cherie Tobias, and It-anno Loose, captain.
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Team And School Spirit
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In County Competition
Total Of 3 Points Prevented Perfect
Season And CAC Dual Meet Championship
A'C 20 Ephrata Won
A-C 26 Hempfield Won
A-C 15 CD East Won
A-C 28 Red Land 27 Lost
A-C 17 Cumberland Valley Won
A-C 20 Milton Hershey Won
A-C 24 Mechanicsburg 35 Won
A-C 15 Middletown Won
A-C 22 Lower Dauphin Won
A-C 15 Susquehanna Won
A-C 29 Palmyra 27 Lost
A-C 33 Hershey Won
A-C 16 E. Pennsboro Won
A-C 20 Wilson Won
Solanco invitational A-C Second
CAC League Meet A-C Tied For First
District III Meet A-C 'Finish 3rd
Penna, State Meet A-C Finished 5th
Despite several untimely accidents and the loss of
Craig Borges, one of our top distance runners for the
entire season, the team won all but two of their dual
meets, and set ,several course records in the process.
Most of our meets found Dennis Leonard and lim
Hostetter battling themselves out for first place with
Dennis winning in most cases. Dennis set new course
records at Lower Dauphin and East Pennsboro
Barry Books and Marty Brandt were our third and
fourth place runners with the fifth spot being shared
alternately by Dennis Hines, Dave Ciraby, Rick Risser,
Tom Lingle, and lim Wise. Other runners finishing in
the top eight at various times throughout the season
were Bob Dailey, Sam Martin, and Ted Schaffer. Ted
ended the season properly by winning the CAC junior
Varsity run in record breaking time. ln addition to
those mentioned there were many other very promis-
ing underclassmen. jeff Paine and Brian Maulfair were
the top freshmen on the team.'With the experience
picked up by these returning runners and the fine
team spirit and loyalty which prevailed throughout this
past season, Coach Gerber looks to the future of A-C
Cross Country with optimism.
Hockey Teams Show Cooperation
And Spirit During Season
Dee Dee displays A-C's team work as she prepares to assist
The Varsity Hockey Team enjoyed a reason-
able amount of success this season as the A-C
girls struggled to fill the gaps left by last year's
seniors. Finishing the season with a 5-5 log, the
varsity team displayed some of the power and
talents that await their opponents next season.
Captain Dawn Dutweiler finished her four year
varsity career as a capable field leader and no
doubt will be missed next year.
The l.V.'s displayed their talents as they won
the league championship with a 5-0-3 record.
Showing remarkable scoring ability, the l.V.'s
outscored their opponents 16-2 to round out
an undefeated season.
With nine returning varsity lettermen and a
good supply of talent from the l.V squad, next
year's varsity team should be one of the tough-
Karen Rauch shows potential varsity
skill as she dribbles down the field.
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Rich Ebersole, Gene Leonard, Ken Shuey and Dale Gingrich repre-
sented the Dutchmen on the 1969 All County Football Team. Heading
the A-C contingent were Iinemen Rich Ebersole and Ken Shuey. Both
athletes proved to be vital cogs in the 1969 Dutchman scheme. Both
proved to be fine lead blockers for A-C's own version of the paydirt
twins. Gene Leonard and Dale Gingrich brought more acolades to the
All County Team from Dutch country than a football has stitches.
Leagues best tandem of backs . . . if they were on our team . . . speed
to burn . . . all the moves . . . were just a few of the remarks heard
round the league when this pair moved into action. And their press clip-
pings proved their mettle. Gene was the seventh leading scorer in the
Harrisburg Area, fourth in the CAC. Dale ranked tenth in the CAC scor-
ing derby carrying an impressive 5.8 yards per carry at the season's finale.
Rich Ebersole and Ken Shuey selected by the Lebanon Daily News as
outstanding linemen for their games against Susquehanna and Hershey re-
spectively, Rich excelled as a defensive tackle but was also an excellent
offensive blocker. Ken Shuey did everything expected of a guard. He was
quick and more than once had sprung the trap that sent A-C's speedy
backs on their way.
18 Palmyra 35
18 Milton Hershey 55
6 Cumberland Valley 9
14 East Pennsboro 16
8 Susquehanna 6
19 Lower Dauphin 28
6 Middletown 30
28 Mechanicsburg 7
42 Red Land 0
14 Hershey 0
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H1969 The Year Of The Dutchmenn
A 4-6 season record speaks for itself. Our team did not cap CAC hon-
ors but it does not indicate the success of football at A.C.H.S. during the
'I969 season. A humble beginning as Palmyra and Milton Hershey estab-
lished themselves as conference powers. But, sometimes there is victory
in defeat. From then on the Dutchmen became a team on the move.
Two almost games with the Eagles from Cumberland Valley and the
Panthers from East Pennsboro and then . . l'm gonna git me an lnjinf'
Homecoming 1969! Enter Susquehanna Indians, Preseason favorite in the
CAC. Even the A-C coaches shared the team's confidence. Big, white,
ten-gallon hats, hooping and hollering . . . 18-63 A-C nailed its first vic-
Next came Lower Dauphin and Middletown powers in the area and it
is worthy of note that the Dutch never backed off. ln fact, the LD. Fal-
cons barely escaped with their feathers intact. It became evident that
these Dutchmen knew the game was played in the dirt and success came
The team faced the last three games with a quiet confidence that sug-
gested victory was not in question, but merely by how much. All the
pieces fell in place as the Dutchmen unloaded on the Wildcats from
Mechanicsburg. And, the season's success was felt in the measured quote
Next week we will become the greatest football team in Annville-
Cleona history. Not idle boast, but inner confidence and a desire to
succeed was our motto.
Next Week We
Football Team ln
Time proved this team to be The greatest. .
First the Patriots from Red Land and then the
Trojans from Hershey felt the wrath of the
spirited Dutchmen. The overall success of foot-
ball at Annville-Cleona is best characterized in
the downpour at Hershey in the season's finale.
We were all there: the team, the cheerleaders,
the students, and the fans. Success is sweeter
Gene Leonard, Ken Shuey, Ron Bomberger,
Rich Ebersole, john Fisher, Rusty Goodman,
Ted Hartman, Kim Hoke, Ron Stark . . . A-C
football will always be better because you
showed the way.
Coach Snyder advises Gene how to set up the sweep
for the big play. Boyd Hitz listens intently.
Only the tough survive. Look at those underclassmen cheat, A
long way to go to get out winning ways.
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valuable part of each game plan. ln addition, john was one of the
league's best split ends making pass receptions for 166 yards. john
was an added dimension in Gene's bag of tricks.
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Season In New League
Led by tri-captains Rennie Marquette, Bill Kline, and
Craig Karsnitz - the soccer team experienced much
co-operation and discipline during the season. The
team's high scorers proved to be Craig Karsnitz with 5
goals and Rennie Marquette and Ernie Seyfert with 2
goals apiece. Among the seniors on the team, 'Ben
Kruger was the best defensive player, and Mike De-
Long, the most aggressive. john Barner also showed
exceptional skill for his first year on the team. The soc-
cer team again experienced close games this year as
last year. They lost 6 games by only one goal.
Mr. Worcester wishes to thank his captains for their
leadership and the other senior members and cheer-
leaders for their cooperation as they formed the nu-
cleus of his team. He wishes them success in the fu-
ture fincluding soccerl and feels that this year was his
best team insofar as co-operation and discipline.
Heave that ball!
STANDING: Miss Rs-no, advisor, Mary Safstrom, manager, Kathy Shenk, Linda Partridge,
Sharon Smith, Sherry Borges, Betsy Chadwick, and Karen Schneider, KNEELING: Cathy Har-
nvr, Bev Chadwick, lolc-ne Meyer, Karen Rauch, and Shirley Weidler.
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Partridge, winds up for a backhand return.
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Sherry Borges returns a serve as senior
Sharon Smith looks on.
Bill Kline became A-C's second best high jumper with a
leap 6'3 , with which he took a fourth place at the
State Track Meet. This year Bill developed into a fine
hurdler, capturing both the high and low hurdle events
at the County Track Meet,
Iohn Fisher had his finest day at the CAC Conference
Meet winning both the hurdle events, breaking one re-
cord and tying another record. He also placed third in
the triple jump.
CEDAR CLIFF RELAYS
DISTRICT THREE MEET
CAC DUAL MEET CHAMPIONSHIP
CAPITAL AREA CONFERENCE
A-C's 1970 880 relay unit of Craig Karsnitz, Phil Kell-
er, Barry Zimmerman, and Bob Micozzi jelled at the
end of the season and took second place at the Dis-
trict Track Meet and fourth place at the State Meet,
with a school record time of 1:32,9.
AC Captures Second Consecutive
District lll Championship Title
Flanked by teammates Craig
Karsnitz and Bill Kline, lohn
Fisher proudly displays the
District lll Championship trophy,
With a fine performance of 12'6 , Dennis Leonard, AC's
second best pole vaulter captured a third place medal at
the District Meet.
This year's shot put relay team
comprised of QCLOCKWISE
FROM UPPER LEFTJ: Kim Hoke,
Ted Hartman, Richard Ebersole,
and lim Bowersg displayed fine
potential as they took a second
place in the Cedar Cliff Relays.
A-C Captures Fifth Straight
Marty Brandt, A-C's top distance .
runner, climaxed the season with
a fifth in the 880 at the CAC
Meet and a second at the County
Meet. He was also a member of
the Two Mile Relay Team which
finished third at the District
CAC Dual Meet Championship
Despite a late season iniury,
John Fisher became A-C's finest
hurdler with records in both the
high and low hurdles. 114.9 and
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C. Karsnitz, R. Risser, R. Stark, B. Books, STANDING: G. Leonard, K.
Hoke, J. Fisher, B. Kline, K. Hamm, R. Hostetter, T. Hartman, R. Ebersole,
R. Bomberger, R. Nickliss.
FIRST ROW: G. Leonard, I. Wise, B. Kline, B. Zimmerman, C. Karsnitz,
M. Delong, l. Fisher, K. Hoke, D. Risser, R. Ebersole, T. Hartman, and B.
Books. SECOND ROW: I. Hostetter, M. Brandt, K. Hamm, P. Keller, T.
Rhoads, B, Micozzi, R. Smith, D. Peters, C. Borges, and S. Martin. THIRD
ROW: R. Bomberger, R. Nickliss, R. Stark, T. Lingle, T. Texter, T. Heffner,
E. Turaski, I. Bowers, and I. Miller. FOURTH ROW: D. Graby, D. Wilcox,
R. Hitz, D. Fickbiner, R. Hostetter, D. Reigle, S. Reese, D. Sollenberger,
and R. Birch. FIFTH ROW: M. Wampler, R. Moore, R. Long, S. Wells, D.
Leonard, L. Garis, T. San Martin, B, Caldwell, D. Hines, and D. Eshleman.
SIXTH ROW: M. Haldeman, L. Basehore, D. Watson, T. Foltz, 1. Gibson,
B. Wolfe, G. Kramer, E. Posey, and C. Greenawalt. SEVENTH ROW: Mr.
Gerber, Mr. Fureman, Mr. Brandt, coachesg F. Sheffy, Manager, Mr. Ro-
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jump techniques which enabled
him to win a fourth place at the
C. CAC meet.
A-C's 2-mile re-
lay composed of
and Marty Brandt
captured a third
place at the CAC
A-C Overvvhelms Opposition For Thirteenth
Richard Nickliss - ist in the javelin
Terry Rhoads found his
greatest strength to be
in the Sprints, including
the 100 yd, dash and the
Richard Ebersole - 3rd
in the discus Ken Hamm -1st in the pole
vault with a height of 'I2'10W
Straight County Championship
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118 Cumberland Valley
107 Milton Hershey
103 Lower Dauphin
101 Cedar Crest
119 East Pennsboro
86 Red Land
118 Northern Lebanon
880 Relay - 1st in the 880 relay with
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A-C Wrestlers Enter First
Year Of Varsity Competition
TOP ROW: R. Smith, B. Bryce, S. Wells, C. Edris, D. Custer, R. Nickliss, T.
Texter, D. Reigle. MIDDLE ROW: C. Gacono, H. Bombgardner, A.
Grier, K. Bombgardner, M. Risser, 1. Shade. FRONT ROW: C. Winters, W.
Fergueson, A. Fidler, I. Kirkwood, I. Wolfe, A. Ebersole.
Varsity Wrestling Scores
25 Elco 32
11 Norlebco 42
23 Williams Valley 36
O Palmyra 55
17 Williams Valley 41
12 Elizabethtown 42
In the Richland Tourney, the A-C
wrestlers scored 13 team points. They
Compete against 13 other schools and
won 2 fourth-place trophies.
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The class of 1970 was instrumental in adopt-
ing new practices for Annville Cleona. Since
their sophomore year the class has shovvn
those characteristics of leadership vvhich vvere
vital to their existance. Under the guidance of
Mr. Worcester and Miss Witmeyer, our able
class advisors, we were able to accomplish
these goals: first class to hold the lr. Sr. prom
out of the schoolg initiated the senior loungep
began a fund for the football scoreboardg and
the first class that did not require its members
to pay class dues. Our success began many
years ago when we attended grade school.
Through the years, the individual develope-
ment was essential in forming a responsible,
dependable class. They will remember their
days at A-C long after graduation and will be
proud that they were a part of the Class of
Qwifiilg 5? I?
Linda Irwin's diamond to the first engaged
Susie Grant's talkativeness to Kathy Shenk.
lan Schoomaker's height to Lynette Zeng-
Ron Bomberger's naturally blond hair to
Barry Zimmerman's flat feet to lulie Hop-
Karen Heeter's crown to Rozelle Boyer.
Debbie Donmoyer's long fingernails to
Kim Hemperly's long blond hair to Pam
Andy Rhodes' mascot outfit to Paula
Neets Hemperly's giggles to Barb Granger.
lohn Fisher leaves some of his leadership
qualities to leff Sample.
Rich Ebersole's mustache to Phil Keller.
Charlie Brown's red hair to Ed Turasky.
Debbie Dodson's shawl to Renee Adomai-
Ken Shuey's curly hair to Randy Loeb.
Nancy Beamesderfer's laundry to Carol
Lance Keller's basketball instincts to
Bob Chabitnoy's history knowledge to
Charlie Weimer's acting abilities to lohn
lohn Barner's wild clothes to Pam Murphy
Randy Kelly's camper to Dave Peters.
Chris Keller's ability to get along with
teachers to Bob Meily.
Craig Karsnitz's soccer ability to Mike
Connie lmboden's hockey ability to Luann
Linda Partridge's tennis racket to Sherry
lim Mumma's car to his sister, loanna.
Bob Felty's camera to Dave Brandt.
Mike Delong's wild pants to Charlie
Gail Bissinger's driving habits to Dawn
Delores Weik's good citizenship to Dave
Nevin Hoover's miserly qualities to Marty
Brandt, junior class president.
Craig Borges' stamina to Dave Graby.
Sondi Warfel's squirt gun to leff Miller.
Karen Umberger's and lohn Brummer's
long walks in the hallways to Ricky Hitz
and Esther Lentz.
The duplication of names Tom Lingle to
lim Wise's drum sticks to Dwight Ensmin-
Rod Beyerle's study techniques to Forrest
leanne Loose's pep to Cherie Tobias.
Steve Hontz's pitching records to Bob
Gene Leonard's blue eyes to leff Sample.
Grace Mase's love for a Cougar to Vicki
Lynn Kreider's quietness to Cyndi Gross.
jerry Taulbee's hair to Mike Ulrich.
Terry Achey's motorcycle to Dave Miller.
Glen Achey's height to Ken Bohr.
lim Atkin's big hands to Dave Graby.
Linda Beard's long blond-brown hair to
Suzi Lemon to Richard Harner.
Carol Beuchle's height to Sharon Long.
Norman Beare's golf techniques to Ron
Harvey Bomgardner's and Dale Custer's
wrestling abilities to Rich Smith and Dale
Barry Book's art ability to Kathy Kirkwood.
Bob Book's music ability to Coleen Sholly.
Chuck Brandt's funny remarks to Ron
Marilyn Krarner's corvair problems to
Bob Bryce's mustache to Tom Fernsler.
Larry Buffenmeyer, Al Fidler, and leff
Newman's seat on the Vo-Tech bus to Ron
Long, loe Trautman, and Gerald Kreider.
Bill Cox's sincerity to Curt Winters.
Clair Goodman's playboy qualities to Torn
Dennis Rowland's note cards to Dennis
Bill Graby to Sue Nissley.
Ken Hamm's pole vault to Steve Reese.
Ted Hartman's driving skills to Ernie
Harold Hoffsmith's blond hair and blue
eyes to his sister, Dianna.
Rich Nickliss leaves his eye for the finer
things in life, such as wine, women, and
song, to the overworked Ted Schaeffer.
Sharon Blouch leaves her shyness to
Anne Brown wills her waves to Pam Mur-
Betsy Chadwick leaves her nimble knees
to Brenda Coleman.
Edie Cooper leaves the Yearbook to Karen
Schneider for-next year's work.
Dawn Dutweiler wills half of her numer-
ous awards to Pam Boger and the other
half to Pam Wilhelm.
Brenda Ebersole leaves the auction barn to
Marty Estep leaves her popularity to Roch-
Kathy Fake leaves her D-flat piccolo to
Mary Fake leaves her long black hair to
Debbie Forwood wills many hours of
sleep and rest to Michele Zeck.
lanet Gerber's glasses to Donna Grier.
Mary Ann Graby's success in home ec pro-
jects to Brenda Hostetter.
Patti Graby's success with her homework
to Faith Williams.
loanna Guildoo's and Barb Hallman's
lounge manners to Barbara and Darlene
Mary lane Heisey's wig to Kathy Horn.
Ben Kruger leaves his clowning and
straight teeth to Tom Heffner.
David Meyer leaves his wild wardrobe to
the deserving Scott Kercher.
Greg Light leaves his manly physique to
Clair Kreiser leaves his shyness to Olive
Clyde Meyer leaves his trumpet mouth-
piece to Bob Daily.
Gerald Hoffer's soybeans to Neil Ebersole.
Kim Hoke's ability in track and field to
Dwight Hostetter's A+ in Trig to Keith
Lawrence Noll to Gloria Felty.
Darrell Peterson leaves his forwardness
with the opposite sex to Sharon Lash.
Larry Pyles leaves his leftover hamboat to
Dennis Rhoad leaves his radio and his
place at Tsudy's lake to Ken Long.
Mike Risser leaves all his ag proiects to
Don Risser leaves his beautiful blond hair
Steve Royer leaves his credit at the laun-
dromat to Ida Keener.
Steve Schaeffer leaves his glasses to Bev-
l-larold Schwalm leaves his ambition to
Lavern Snavely leaves his motorbike hel-
met to the accident-prone Tom Fernsler.
Mark Yorty leaves his paintbrush from the
LOWLAND SEA set to Donna Watts.
Tom Tucker leaves his ag courses to Boyd
Hitz and his piglets.
Dane Wolfe leaves his haircut to Scott
Willard Wombacher leaves his mischie-
vous pensive moments to David Wise.
Ken Wolfe leaves his scientific mind to
Ron Wolfe's extra paper bags at Kreiders
Food Market to Donna Shellenberger.
Ron Stark leaves trig to loyce Klahr.
Rennie Marquette's ability to argue on any
topic at any time to Ray Dotter.
Bob Livering leaves his quiet nature to his
Bob Keller leaves his credit card at Robert
Hall's to Mike Ulrich.
Kirby Martin leaves his metallic purple car
to Dave Snavely.
Marie l-litz's old speeches to Sharon Vo-
lanet Keener's noted ability in the com-
mercial course to lo Bainbridge.
Susan Kline's persuasive arguments to Edie
Deb and Sandra Kreiser's talkative natures
to Bonita Schieb and Joanne Sellers.
Lilly Lingle's typing award to Karen Klick.
lanet Long's credit card at Grants to lune
ludy McCorkle's valedictorian award to
Debbie Miller's newspaper work to Next
year's senior editor, Dawn Garosi.
Angela Quiles' personality to ludy Way-
Debbie Ragguintds curly hair to Velma
ludy Shaffer leaves Cindy Martin her ath-
Susie Weaver leaves her class ring to
Margaret Arnold, because she doesn't
need it anymore.
Susie Yake's ability to sew to Carol Ditzler
Lynda Troutman's creative talents to Steve
Sylvia Stasko leaves pesty Ron Stark to
Debbie Herr if she'll have him.
Lilly Weaber leaves her charm to Mary
Marletta Weaver leaves Larry Stegall her
quiet seat in Miss Witter's homeroom.
Cindy Zimmerman wills her brown cordu-
roy jumper to Ann Poad.
Randy Crawford donates his English grades
to anyone who wants them.
Bill Kline leaves his high jump ability to
lay Hoffer's accidents to Tom Lingle.
Rodney Hostetter's award of Person Har-
dest to Will From to next years problem
Debbie Dubbs leaves her baton to Deb
Dianne Meyer's beautician abilities to Deb
Sharon Smith leaves her quilt to Charlotte
Connie Van Winkle leaves her dirty laun-
dry to lohn Wise.
GLENN ACHEY14, 146
IAMES ATKINS14, 74,146
IOHN BARNER IR 14, 49, 108,146
NANCY BEAMESDERFER 8,1-4,146
LINDA BEARD 10, I-I, 58, 59, 61,146
CAROLYN BEUCHLE10, 14, 35, 74, 57,146
RODRICK BEYERLE14, 74,146
GAIL BISSINGER15, 34, 65, 81,146
SHARON BLAUCH15, 58, 60, 81,146
RONALD BOMBERGER 2,15, 22, 30, 34, 58, 59,105,
HARVEY BOMGARDNER 11, 15, 52, 54,118,146
BARRY BOOKS 15, 26, 30, 38, 99,100, 114,115, 146
ROBERT BOOKS 14, 15, 35, 52, 53, 58, 65,146
CRAIG BORGES15, 74, 99,1fD, 114,115,146
CHARLES BRANDT 16, 26,146
ANNE BROWN 8, 9,16, 58, 65, 81, 94, 101, 146
CHARLES BROWN 16, 60, 146
IOHN BRUMMER 8, 16, 18, 31, 51, 74, 78, 79,83,146
ROBERT BRYCE16, 37,118,146
LARRY BUFFENMEYER 16,146
ROBERT CHABITNOT 8,16, 30, 32, 52,54,146
ELIZABERT CHADWICK 9,16, 66, 69, 81, 94, 101, 110,146
EDITH COOPER 9, 17, 58, 68, 81, 83,84,146
WILLIAM COX 17, 32, 58, 59, 62, 146
RANDALL CRAWFORD 15, 17, 52, 54,118,146
DONNA DIETZ 17,67, 68,146
MICHAEL DQLONG 9,10,12,15,17,
114, 115, 146
DEBRA DODSON12,15,17, 81,146
DEBRA DONMOYER17, 52, 53, 58, 96, 97,146
DEBORAH DUBBS18, 52,57,146
DAWN DUTWEILER11,14,18, 52, 58, 66, 69, 101, 10
BRENDA EBERSOLE18, 52, 54, 55, 58, 59, 61, 72,146
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RICHARD EBERSOLE 3, 18, 22, 26, 54, 55, 103, 104, 105, 113, 114, 115
MARTHA ESTEP18, 52, 57,146
KATHLEEN FAKE 18, 52, 58, 59, 66,146
MARY FAKE 18, 60, 61, 146
ROBERT FELTY18, 42, 54, 77, 83, 146
ALLEN FIDLER 19,99,100, 118,146
IOHN FISHER 11, 13, 19, 22, 23, 33, 34, 35, 36,
75, 90, 92,105,107,112,113,114,115,146
38, 52, 55, 58, 59, 65, 72
DEBRA FORWOOD11,12,19,52, 58, 66, 69, 83, 146
IANET GERBER19, 58,61, 146
CLAIR GOODMAN 19, 77,105, 146
MARY ANN GRABY19,146
PATRICIA GRABY19, 58,146
WILLIAM GRABY19, 77,146
SUSAN GRANT 9, 18, 20, 31, 58, 65, 78, 79, 81, 83, 85, 101, 102, I46
IOANNA GUILDOO 20,61,68,79,146
BARBARA HALLMAN 20, 146
KENNETH HAMM 20,114,115,116,146
EARL HARTMAN11,20, 22,113,'I14,1'I5,146
KAREN HEETER 9,10, 20, 38, 52, 53, 58, 59, 72, 74,83, 84,146
MARY JANE HEISEY 9, 20,68,81,146
IUANITA HEMPERLY 20, 52, 58, 59,72,146
KIM HEMPERLY 21, 61, 81,146
MARIE HITZ 21, 58, 61,81,146
GERALD HOFFER 21,62,146
IAY HOFFER 21,146
HAROLD HOFFSMITH 21,146
KIM HOKE21,22,26,113, 114, 115,117,146
ALAN HONTZ 21, 86, 87, 146
NEVIN HOOVER 14, 21, 33, 62,146
DWIGHT HOSTETTER 22, 146
RODNEY HOSTETTER 22,114,115,146
CONNIE IMBODEN 22, 35, 60, 65, 69, 74, 81, 94, 95, 101, 146
LINDA IRWIN 12,'l5, 22,146
CRAIG KARSNITZ11,22, 52, 54, 55, 58, 59, 65, 75, 77,108, 112, 113,
IANET KEENER 22, 60, 146
CHRISTOPHER KELLER 9,12, 22, 146
LANCE KELLER 12, 15, 19, 22, 90, 92, '146
ROBERT KELLER 23,146
RANDALL KELLY 23,52, 53,146
SUSAN KLINE 23, 58, 61, 146
WILLIAM KLINE 12, 15, 23, 75, 77,90, 92, 112, 113, '1'14,1'15
MARILYN KRAMER II, 23, 37, 52, 55, 58, 61, 146
LYNN KREIDER '11, 23, 58, 66, 81, 146
CLAIR KREISER 23,146
DEBORAH KREISER 23, '146
SANDRA KREISER 24, 60,146
BENIAMIN KRUGER 12, '15, 23, 24, 27, 52, 75, 108,146
SUZANNE LEMON 24, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59, 69, 78, 79, 80, 119,
GENE LEONARD 24,103,104,105, 106,'1'I4,1'15,1'17, 146
GREGORY LIGHT 10, '13, 24, 52, 53, 55, 58, 59, 7-1, 75, '146
LILY LINGLE 24, 146
IANET LONG 25, 58, 60, 146
IEANNE LOOSE 25, 34, 96, 97, 75, 146
REYNOLDS MARQUETTE 11, 13, 25, 55, 58, 59, 72, 75, 86,
108, 109, 146
KIRBY MARTIN 25, 146
GRACE MASE 25, 61, 146
IUDY MCGORKLE 9, 25, 33, 52, 53, 58, 65, 66, 81, '146
CLYDE MEYER 25, 52, 62, 63, '146
DAVID MEYER 25, 52, 54, 58, 70, 78, 79, 80
DIANNE MEYER 9, 11, 26, 81, 146
DEBORAH MILLER II, 26, 58, 59, 72, 77, 83, '146
IAMES MUMMA 26, 146
IEEEREY NEVVMAN 26, 146
RICHARD NICKLISS 26, 116, 118, 146
LAVVERANCE NOLL 10, 26,52, 55,146
LINDA 1'ARTRlDGE26,52, 55, 60, 94, 101, '11 1, '146
DARRELL PETERSON 26,146
LARRY PYLES 27, 146
ANGELA QIULES 27, 146
DEBORAH RAGGUINTO 27,146
87, 90, 92,
DENNIS RHOAD 27,146
ANDREA RHODES '11, '14, 27, 36, 37, 52, 53, 58, 83, 94, 148
DON RISSER 28, 27, 58, 99, 100, 113,11-I, 115, 148
MICHAEL RISSER 15, 27, 32, 82, 83, 118,146
DENNIS ROVVLAND 13, 27, 38, 37, 58, 59, 72, 78, 79, 80, 148
STEVEN SCHAEFFER 28, 77, '146
IAN SCHOOMAKER 28, 52, 148
IUDY SHAEEER 28,146
KENNETH SHUEY 22, 28, 86, 103, 104, '105, '146
SHARON SMITH 28, 58, 81, 110, '1'1'1,'146
LAVERN SNAVELY 10, 28, 52, 55, 146
RONALD STARR 28, 114, '115, '146
SYLVIA STASRO 29, 148
GERALD TAULBEE 11, 29, 52, 54, 55, 148
LYNDA TROUTMAN 8,1'1, 29, 52, 53, 85, 79, 80, 148
THOMAS TUCKER 29, 62,146
KAREN LIMBEROER 9, 12, 29, 38, 52, 55, 65, 79, '146
CONSTANCE Var1VV1NKLE29, 52,57 58,85, 81,148
SONDRA VVAREEL 29, 80, '148
LILLIAN VVEABER 29, 68, '146
MARLETTA WEAVER 11, 30, 52, 53, 58, 80, '148
SUSAN WEAVER 30, 58, 81, '146
DELORES VVEIR 30, 31, 78, 79, 80, 81, '146
CHARLAGNE WEIMER 9, 11, 30, 36, 52, 55, 58, 59, 74, 75, 77, 78, 79
IAMES WISE 9, 10, 30, 52, 53, 58, 59, 75, 79, 80, 99, 100, 114, 115, '146
DANE WOLFE 31, 51, 74, 79, 86, 87, '146
KENNETH WOLFE 31, 74,146
RONALD WOLFE 31, 146
WILLARD VVOMBACHER 31,146
SUSAN YAKE 31, 58, 60, 81,146
MARK YORTY 12, '15, 32, 74, '146
BARRY ZIMMERMAN 32,'112,'114,'1'15,1'I7, 146
CYNTHIA ZIMMERMAN 32,146
Annville Frozen Food Service
Annville News Agency
Annville Shoulder Strap Company
Beard's Food Market
B H M Farm and Garden Equipment
Mrs. Ruby Bissinger
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Blauch
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. Books
Donald Tony Books, Building Contractor
Bosko Flag Company Retail Wholesale
M. Brenner and Sons, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Brubaker
Cagnoli Music Company
Mr, and Mrs. Anglos Cargas
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Chabitnoy
William H. Condran Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs, Charles S. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dupkas
Mr. and Mrs. Iay N. Dutweiler
Ebersole Olds and Ieep
Roy I. Ebersole, Auctioneer
Iohn E. Ensminger Insurance
Compliments of Attorney and Mrs. Philip Feather
Mrs. Mildred Fisher and Eleanor
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Forwood
Mr. and Mrs, Raymond H. Forwood, Ir.
Ginder's Flying A
Howard C. Gingrich, Plumbing and Heating
Dr. Kerry H. Gingrich
Dr. Russell Gingrich
Granger's Poultry Market
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Grant, Ir.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hawryluk
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heeter
Dr. Leroy Heilman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Heisey
Henise Tire Service
H. E. P. Paint and Glass Company, Inc.
Mark C. Hershey
Mr. and Mrs. Abram N. Hoover
Hostetter Brothers' Feed Store
Mrs. lane Hostetter
Mr. and Mrs. Penrose Hostetter
Hot Dog lohn and Lorain
Hower Music House
Hynum's Beauty Shop
Paul H. Kettering Sporting Goods
Kingsley and Brown, Incorporated
lohn F. Kirby, Ir.
Roger M. Knisley and Company
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. Kramer, Ir.
Kreamer Bros. Furniture Company
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kreamer
Kreider's Food Market
Harold D, Kreider Servicecenter
Dr. and Mrs. Iohn Kuhn
Lebanon Valley Dairies
Lebanon Valley National Bank of Annville
Compliments of Lebanon Valley Offset Inc
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy LeGay, Sr.
Lerch's Food Market
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long
I. M. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mase
H. L. Meyer, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Henry Meyer
Midway Truck Service, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Miller
MiIler's Master Foods, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Noll
P A C Aviation Service, Inc.
Palm Press, Inc.
Pat and Son Service Center
Penn Avenue Real Estate
lulie Plasterer Beauty Salon
The Pretzel Hearth
The Rail Fence
Dr. and Mrs. Iacob L. Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Rohland
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Rowland
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runkel
D. L. Saylor and Sons
Dr. and Mrs. N. S. Scharadin
Shenk Bros., Inc.
I. DeWold Silberman MD.
H. I. Smith and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Smith Ir.
Smith Sheet Metal and Hardware, Inc
Ralph and Ruth Struphar
Talk of the Town
Mrs. Vivian Tucker
William Uhler, Photography
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Uhlrich
Umberger's Mill, Fontana
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Umberger
Wagner Fire Equipment Company
Walborn and Boyer Body Shop
The Washington Band of Annville
W A H T Radio
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Waltz, Ir.
Mr. and Mrs. lohn R. Weaber, Ir.
Mrxand Mrs. Marlin Weaver
Cookie Wise and daughters, Bobbie lean and Lori Ann
Paul C. Wolfe, Insurance
Wolfe's Barber Shop, Cleona
Mr. and Mrs. Elra Worcester
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Yake, Ir.
Zeigler's Ice Cream
Class Of 1970
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