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

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wh align- 1971 CORINOMA Annville-Cleona High School AHHV111C, Pennsylvania ' INDEX Seniors ........ . . . Faculty and Administration Summer . . ...... . . F all ............. Winter .... Spring ..... Underclassmen. . Commencement . . Class Will .... Senior Index . . Ending .... 'X The Touch Of Loving Hands Lights falls the rain -drop on the fallen leaf, And light o'er harvest plain and gar- nered sheaf -- But lightlier falls the touch of lov- ing hands . Light falls the dusk of mild midsum- mer night, And light the first star's faltering lance of light On glimmering lawns, -- but lightlier loving hands. And light the feathery flake of early snows, Or wisp of thistle-down that no wind blows, And light the dew, -- but lightlier loving hands . Light-falling dusk, or dew, or sum- mer rain, Or down of snow or thistle -- all are vain, -- Far lightlier falls the touch of lov- ing hands. james Whitcomb Riley 3 Dedication: A Thank You To Our Parents Can you believe you are a senior and the end is here? Can you believe you are finally graduating and leaving the shelter of your parents to face the "cold cruel world"? They are probably say- ing, "It's about time, but it seems like only yesterday you were proudly running home from first grade to show them a star you received on your worksheet. Now after twelve long years for morej of good times, bad times, and hard times, the stress previously shared by the two most influential persons in your life has fallen upon your shoulders. Think back. Remember the unfinished assignment that was due the day you successfully planned a sickness . Remember the day you forgot your gym suit and your mother brought it to school only to find out there was an assembly that period. Re- member the day the principal called your parents and the line was busy? Remember the week you spent all your allowance in- cluding the fifty cents you needed for the basketball game and Dad "came through in the clinch" . Where would we have been without our helping hand? Now the year is over. The end has come of cancelled assemblies, of announcements, and of homework assignments. You're finished with class dues, signed report cards, library fines, and college boards. You really would be weird to want to return here next year Don't you think? But though the end is here you will be sure to miss the Parents' Day at the football game, the Band Street Fair, and the A-C Booster Club's All Sports Banquet. I-low often did you take time to thank your parents for the time and patience they have given to you? As you leave protection of your parents and the halls of A-C look to the future with hope and not to the past with regret. S. Long C . 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Library Asst. -- 1- KEVIN PAUL BERRY C ommerci al l1BurrylV Permanent lounge fixture - . - Miss Eute1'line's headache- Football -- 1, 3- Baseball -- 1,2. FBLA -- 2,3. Varsity Club -- 3. 1 I RONALD JAY BIRCH Academic IIROI-ll! Va-room putt-putt . . . quiet at first. Cross Country -- 1, 2, 3. Track -- 1,2,3. V:-J.rsityClub --3- JP'- KAREN LYNN BISSINGER Commercial llBiSSll Driving fever . . . always talking about "the puppy" . . . seen with Ed. Honor Society -- 2, 3. FBLA -- 2, 3. Sec. Corps -- 2,3. GERALDINE FAY BLAUCI-I Commercial "Geri" A Heagy fan . . . seen with Judy. FHA --1,2,3. FBLA -- 2,3. Lib. Club -- 1,2,3. Lib. Asst. -- 1,2, 3- Band -- 1,2,3. Wind Ensemble -- 3. Sec. Corps -- 3. Henry Wampler. BEST DRESSED -- Karen Bissinger, X fin... or L -,,,,.--1' 41- 1.5 PAMELA LOUISE BOGER Academic llpamll Looks forward to week-ends . . . Easter Seal girl . . . hopes to have her own personal lawyer. Student Council -- 1,2,3- Cheerleader -- 1,2,3. Chorus -- 1, 2,3- Band 1,2,3. Wind Ensemble -- 1,2,3. KENNETH DAVID BOHR Commercial A shadow . . . always ready to leave homeroom at 3:20 . . . loves Business Law UQ . . - Truck Driver Teamster- SHERRY ANN BORGES Academic rrsherryvr Quiet - - - Wants a personal photographer . . . avid F-N-A. goer. A FNA -- 2, 3. Tennis -- 1,2, 3. Chorus -- 1,2,3. Yearbook -- 3 . JAMES CRAIG BOWERS Occupational Ed Iljimll Jo-marine - . - LVG's best physical therapist - - - drives a cute yellow MG. Football -- 1. Basketball -- 1,2. Track -- 1,2,3. Wrestling --3, ROB IN L. BOWMAN Vo- Tech "Robin" Wears funny red has . . . works at Scots . . . drives a yel- low bomber. ROZELLE MELODY BOYER Academic HDeDel1 I am climbing jacob's ladder . . . August 21 QU - . . flashes the rock- Glee Club -- 2,3- FTA -- 2,3. DFG -- 2,3- Stage Crew -- 3- Chorus -- 2,3. BARBARA ANN BRANDT C0If1me1'Ci9-1 llBar'bll Likes to imitate the bird . . . has trouble with long legs . . . lady-in-waiting Pep Club -- 1,2,3. FBLA -- 2,3. Band -- 2,3. Basket- ball -- 2. Secretarial Corps -- 2,3- BEST PERSONALITY -- Pam Boger, Marty Brandt- Awards Assembly DARLEEN MARIE BRANDT Commercial "Darleen" Always with Mary jane . . . Henry who? . . . has a nervous giggle- chorus -- 1,2,3. FBLA -- 2,3.1fNA -- 1. DAVID IRVIN BRANDT Academic "David" Mickey . . . Mr. I-Iale's favorite . - . jo photographer. Band -- 1, 2, 3- MARTIN LEROY BRANDT Academic IIMQIWII President of the U. S. Qand everything elsej . - . kept the class of '71 together . . . "there will be a social preced- ing the assembly- " Honor Society -- 1,2, 3- Track -- 1, 2, 3. Cross Country -- 1,2,3- Varsity Club -- 2, 3. Class Officer -- 2,3. EARNEST EUGENE BRIGHTBILL Vo- Tech "Butch" Mr. Kool of Vo-Tech . . . loves race cars . . . plans to drive race cars. Student Council -- 3. E- Academic HMal,-YH F'-1'CUl'6 11111'S6 - - - Quiet . . . seen with Joanne. JEFFREY EARL BUCKS General "Bucks" Puppy dog - - - anybody want to rent abus? . - - drives a hot chevy 'NT fi 3 Y- luv' N BRENDA LEE COLEIVMN Commercial "Brenda" Ouistanding athlete . . . "real live one" . . . what a dork- Varsity Club -- 1,2,3- Basketball -- 1,2,3. Hockey -- 1, 2, 3. ROBERT LEON DAILEY Academic llBObll A-C's star pitcher - - . good sportsmanship . . . quiet. Honor Society -- 1,2, 3- Baseball -- 1,2, 3. Basketball -- 1,2, 3. Cross Country -- 1,2, 3. Varsity Club -- 2,3 Band -- 1, 2,3- Wind Ensemble -- 1,2, 3- Dance Band -- 1,2,3. Brass Choir -- 1,2,3. RAY EDWARD DOTTER Academic lYRaylI Scholar - - - loves Student Council . . . busy with news- paper. Newspaper -- 2, 3. Honor Society -- 2, 3- BEST ATI-ILETES -- Brenda Coleman, Dale Gingrich- 9 DEBORAH IAYNE CARPENTER General llDe'bIl Beautician . . . loves to dance . . . clean- est plate in the cafe- teria. Chorus -- 1,2,3- Band -- 1, 2, 3 . JUNE ELIZABETH CIALONE Commercial lljunell Loves business law? - - - "I hate nylons" . . . softspoken. Chorus -- 1,2,3- Band " 11 22 3 ' MARY JANE CLAWSER Commercial HM.J. ll Seen with Darleen . . gets straight A's even when she cloesn't study Chorus -- 1, 2,3. FBLA -- 2,3. NEIL LESLIE EBERSOLE Agriculture YlNei-ll! Mr. Sexy Legs . . . Agway . . . extra point kicker. Football -- 1,2,35 Baseball -- 2,35 Varsity Club -- 35 FFA -- 1,2,3. DONNA LEE EDRIS Commercial "Donna" Seen in a green Mustang . . . loves English class? . . . always seen with one of the four. , , Z gl.. , ,J BARBARA ANN ENSMINGER Academic ' llBaI'bIl I Toots on the clarinet . . . best Whopper maker . . . jo- se amstress . A V 'Y Band -- 1,25 35 Chorus -- 1,2,3. DWIGHT DOUGLAS ENSMINGER General "Divit" Mr- Lebanon Valley 1970 . . . tap those sticks - - - greatvoice - - -WE FOLK jokester. Band -- 1,25 35 Pep Band -- 2,35 Wind Ensemble -- 1,2, 35 Dance Band -- 1,2, 35 Chorus -- 1, 2,35 Glee Club -- 152, 35 District Chorus -- 152,35 Regional Chorus -- 1,25 35 Stage Crew -- 3- l 5 , A HN is 'r d , ,I 5 , , MICHAEL LLEWELLYN FANSLER GLORIA JEAN FELTY Academic General "Mike" "Gloria" "Are we having a study hall Pretty hair . . . Christmasetime today?" hot Ford . . . Crane Cams Wedding happy-go-lucky . . . T-shirt- always smiling. Wrestling -- 1,2535 Band -- 1,25 FHA -- 35 Chorus -- 3. 35 Baskeiinall -- 152,35 Varsity Club -- 3. MOST COURTEOUS -- Charlotte Graham, Dwight Ens 10 minger. IU! I, pi Ll: V. X x 5 r' - 1 1 L OSEPI-I FRANK FORTI 'Fords" 311, that Italian temper - - tays out after 12 . . . life of the party. General - "tennis anyone?" - . SEVERLY FAYE FUI-IRMAN 'Bev" Vorks at Kingsley and Brown . . . leaves a pile of lust - - . 'BLA -- 1,2- Sec- Corps -- 2. Lib. Assts. -- 1- C ommercial of' THOMAS JAY FERNSLER Academic lIFOgg-YH Likes people?? . . . son of a cop . , . big T-bone play- er- Football -- 1,2,3- Track -- 1,3- Band -- 1,2,3. Dance Band -- 1,2, 3- Wind ensemble -- 1,2, 3. Brass Choir -- 1,2,3- Pep Band -- 1,3. Chorus 1,2,3. , THOMAS BRUCE FOLTZ Academic "Fol12y" Neat clothes - - - likes a majorette - - - drives a neat Camero. Varsity Club -- 3- Football -- 1,2, 3. T1-ack -- 2,3. CARL BRUCE GACONO Academic IVYSQKII Makes yearly trips to Florida . . . small but mighty wrestler . Band -- 2, 3- Soccer 2, 3. varsity Club -- 3. DALE HOWARD GINGRICH Academic Big 33 - - - oil man' product . . - picture boy. Varsity Club -- 1,2, 3- Football -- 1,2,3 Basketball -- 1, 2, 3. Baseball -- 1,2,3. Honor Society -- 3. DAWN MARIE GAROSI Academic llDavVnIY Variety of hair styles . . . good artist . . . newspaper editor- Newspaper -- 1,2,3- Lib- Club -- 1,2- Stage Crew -- 3. Honor Society -- 1,2, 3- Pep Club -- 1,2- IAY WESLEY GIBSON Vo-Tech llJayIl I-loot - - - grow those side burns . . . one of the Vo- Tech gang- Track -- 1, 2, 3- -- 3- Wrestling -- 1, S r OLIVE ANN GRAAF Academic Ilolivell Quiet . . . movie theater girl . - . good math student. Library Club -- 1,2,3g FNA -- 2,35 FHA -- 2. D. DAVID GRABY Vo-Tech IIDH-Veil Ice-berg Olympics . . . peanuts . . . 2-Miler. Cross Country -- 1, 2, 35 Track -- 1, 2, 35 Varsity club -- 3. CHARLOTTE MAE GRAHAM Academic "Charlotte" Quiet . . . neat clothing . - - plans to go to college . . . beau- tiful hai.r.FI-IA -- 1,2, 35 FTA -- ,-- 1,2,3,: Chorus -- 1,2, 35 Honor So- ciety -- 1, 2, 35 Tri-Class Play -- 25 Yearbook -- 3- , E, BARBARA ANN GRANGER Commercial llBarblI "Oh, this hair" . . . peppy cheer- leader, those little girls. Cheerleading -- 1,2, 35 Chorus -- 1, 2,35 Pep Club -- 1,25 F.B.L.A. -- 2,35 Varsity Club -- 3- JOHN DOUGLAS GRANGER Academic njohnu Good actor . - . has his own lvliller . . . you get the load-compliments of Hen. Public Speaking -- 1, 2, 35 Football -- 1,25 35 Varsity Club -- 2, 35 Year- book -- 35 Youth Forum -- 2,35 Student Council -- 35 Newspaper -- 1,2,35 Tri-Class Play -- 1, 2, 35 Senior Class Play -- 3s Track -- 1- CHARLES EDWIN GREENAWALT Academic "Charlie" Dedicated track member . . . always doing English . . . has his own beautician- Chorus -- 1,2,35 Track -- 152, 35 Student Council -- 1,2,35 Soccer -- 1, 2, 35 Youth Forum -- 2. 12 5 5 I 1 r' J. If BEST ACTORS -- Rozelle Boyer, john Granger 11 '1' KA ROL ELLEN GRESS Academic "Gressy" Quiet . . . neat blonde . . . seen with Lynette frequent- ly. Stage Crew -- 2, 3. DONNA MARIE GRIER General "Donna" Gorkle - - . frequently seen with army green - . - likes Home-Ec. Lib. -- 3- FHA --1,3. Stage Crew -- 3. CYNTHIA LOUISE GROSS Academic IIC-yndil! Quiet . . . friend to everyone . . . futLu'e in nursing- FNA -- 1, 2, 3- Senior Class Play -- 3- Newspaper -- 1. Lib. Club -- 1. Chorus -- 1,2. MELVIN R. HALDEMAN Ag1'icultu1'e lIMe1fl Shy around the opposite sex - - - enjoys FFA - . . dreamy eyes. ROCHELLE MARIE I-IALSELL Academic "Roach" Likes to dance . . . seen at the preizel hearth. Basketball -- 3- Stage Crew -- 3- JOI-IN HOUSTON HANLON Vo- Tech "john" Ching . . . drives a mean car - - . goes to japanese barber. DANIEL GEORGE HARDY General nDanu I Loves mini bikes . . . very outgoing in P -O.D. class BEST CITIZEN -- Pam Wilhelm, Charlie Greenawalt- Annville-Cleona Football: Tom Foltz, Bill Herr, Dale Ging- rich, Neil Ebersole- RICHARD SCOTT l-LARNER Academic "Rich" Plays a hot trombone - - . part of a musical family - - - oh, that red hair- Band -- 1,2, 3- Wind Ensemble -- 1,2, 3. Dance Band -- 1, N 2,3- Brass Choir 1,2,3. Chorus -- 1,2,3. Glee Club -- 1, 2,3- Honor Society -- 1,2,3- Track -- 1- Cross Country -- 1- Pep Club -- 1,2,3. THELMA JUNE HEAGY Commercial llflfhelll One of the many . . . likes her business teachers . . . en- joys FBLA. FBLA -- 2,3- Secretarial Corps -- 2, 3- 7 ffm ,R -A I 1232? 4 f 1 U THOMAS A . HEFFNER Academic llTOmll Likes to make speeches . . . lends out coats and gloves at track meets- Cross Country -- 1,2,3. Track -- 1,2,3- Chorus -- 1,2,3- Band -- 1,2,3- Glee Club -- 2, 3. Wind Ensemble -- 3. KEITH TRACY I-IEMPERLY General "Keith" Nice shoes . . . has girl problems . . . always at Mac's- -5. - , I -, J . Q ' 4' . -. ,,..' ., 1' 1, I 1 DEBORAH ANN I-IERR Business IlDebYI "Winger" . - - always with Bruce . . . flashes arock. Lib- Asst- -- 1,2- Lib- Club -- 2,3- Chorus -- 3. FBLA -- 3- FHA -- 1. FNA -- 1. WILLIAM GEORGE HERR Academic IIBi11H Ouistanding athlete . . . looks to junior class - . . "Holly wood"- Football -- 1,2,3- Basketball -- 1,2,3. Baseball -- 1,2,E Varsity Club -- 1,2,3. DEE HOFFSMITI-I Business Dee" a hot car - - . loves English and shorthand? 3. Basketball -- 1. Lib. Club -- 1. Lib. Asst. BEST DANCERS: Barb Granger, jeff Shade. JILL LOUISE I-IIRSCHBOCK Business lljillll Always seen at King's - - . works part time at Kayo- FHA -- 1,2,3. Lib. Asst. -- 1,2,3. Lib. Club -- 1,2,3 BOYD MITCHELL HITZ Agriculture HBodYll Neat car . . . tries to kill people . . . on bicycles . . future farmer. Track -- 3- RICHARD ALFRED I-IITZ Vo-Tech Hzeroll Always with body . - - little but mighty . . . speedy Magreedy of track. Football -- 1,2, 3. Track -- 1,2,3. Varsity Club -- 3- Projectlonists -- 1. TERRY LEE I-IITZ Occupational Ed. I HTEITYH ,Quiet . . . works around school . . . has many relatives at school. Baseball -- 3. IULIANNE LEE HOPPLE Academic IIJ'-llliell Always trying to get into trouble . . . makes obscene phone calls. Band -- 1,2,3. Wind Ensemble -- 1,2,3. Dance Band - 1 2 3. Chorus -- 1,2,3. FTA -- 1,2,3- Newspaper -- 1'. 'xlarsity Club -- 2, 3. District Band -- 1. Hockey -- 1 2,2-S. Basketball -- 1,2,3. Pep Band -- 3- Football Games KATHLEEN LOUISE HORN Academic lIKathYll Congratulations Bill and IQ atliy ! ,s. 1 BRENDA MARIE HOST ETTER Academic "Brenda" Quiet . . . studious . . . exchange student- FHA -- 1,2,3. FTA -- 1,2,3. Honor Society -- 1,2,3- Tri Class Play -- 2. NANCY P . HUDSON General uNancyn Likes Home-Ec . . . newcomer to school . . . Sinatra's second- EDITH JANE IMBODEN Business "Edie" A Improved in schoolwork - - - loves debates inP.O.D. class. Basketball -- 1. Hockey -- 1. Honor Society -- 2, 3- Chorus -- 1,2,3-FBLA -- 2,3. ' , y sa.. .gg A LINDA LEE JEFFRIES General "Linda" Very radical . . . seen often at Home Ec room- Lib. Club -- 1- FHA -- 3- Stage Crew -- 3- DFG'S -- 2,3- HAROLD JOSEPH JORSTAD JR. General "Fred" . "Red" - - - Mrs. Collier's headache - . - very understanding IDA KEENER Business Hldall Always studying - - - quiet . . . high English grades. FBLA -- 2,3. FHA -- 2,3. -5 ,, ,,,. ., T " "" ' ' . -,:,.:i.' , a,,,., '.., , 1 S , y nf. H BEST ARTISTS: Kathy Kirkwood, Mike Uh- rich. NANCY LOUISE KEITH Business llNanCylf Ken! - . - can be seen with Karen in school . . . one of the small seniors FBLA -- 2,3- FI-IA -- 2. Sec- Corps -- 2,3. PHILLIP PAUL KELLER Vo-Tech llphilll Lightning on the track team . . . drives 3 "Chimp" Car. Track -- 1,2,3. Football -- 1,2,3. Cross country -- 1- Var- sity Club -- 3. SCOT HOWARD KERCHER Academic "Scot" Drives a white MG - . . seen with Moorsey a lot . . - one of the Cleona gana. SCOTT STEPHEN KETTERING Academic llscottyll - Good clarinet player . . . very active . . . in band . . . boys quartet- Bancl -- 1,2,3- Wind Ensemble -- 1,2,3. Chorus -- 1 2 3- Glee Club -- 1,2,3. Tri Class Play -- 2. Drcus -- 1,2,i. KATHY LUCILLE KIRKWOOD Academic lYKa-dlnyll jo-artist . . . has cute pigtails . . . could paint the world. FTA -- 2,3. Concert Band -- 1,2,3. Fl-IA -- 1,3. Wind En- semble -- 1,2, 3. Honor society -- 2, 3. JOYCE MARIE KLAI-IR Academic uioycen First to Wear slacks . . . is that a wig? . . . wiiih Sherry much. FNA -- 2,3. Lib. Club -- 3. FHA -- 3. fa SHORTEST-TALLEST: Sharon Long, Ron Long. KAREN ELAINE KLICK Commercial "Klicker" Those bones and teeth . . . girl of many loves . . . toot that flute . Band -- 1,2,3. Pep Club -- 1,2- FBLA -- 1,2,3. Cho- rus -- 1,2,3. Sec. Corps -- 2,3. GEROLD RICHARD KREIDER Vo-Tech lljerryll Curly hair . - . never says much . . . Vo-Tech gang. MICHAEL LEE KREIDER Vo-Tech "Mike" "PELE" . . . Mr. Worcester's superstar soccer player. SHARON LOUISE LASH Academic HSIIEIOIIH. Always moving her hands . . . shy . . . Denny, Wait for me. Chorus -- 1,2,3. FTA -- 2,3. ESTHER NAOMI LENTZ Vo-Tech "Esther" FI-LA president two years - - - beautician future - - looks toward the hurdles at track meets. FHA -- 1, 2 , 3 . THOMAS GEORGE LINGLE Commercial Ylzekell Always in trouble . . . WS. Light's headache. FBLA -- 1,2,3- Cross Country -- 1,2- Varsity Club -- 2, 3. Basketball -- 1. BEST IVIUSICIANS: julie Hopple, Richard Hafner. MARY ANN LIVERING General llmaryll Good dancer . . . nice to know . . . quiet. , RANDALL CRAIG LOEB Academic R HES-rl! Mr. Zapper . . . one of akind . . . likes small schools . . . neat car- Baseball -- 1,2,3- Football -- 1,3. Varsity Club -- 1,2, 3 Basketball -- 1,2. KENNETH LEE LONG General llKe11ll Works at many gas stations - - - cute little smile. is 3 3 GREGQRY LONG Vg-Tech CYN?-IIA MICHELE MARTIN General 'Cin y" . . . giant of senior class . . . never sees stop signs. LOVES to hold babies - - - worked for good grades in oss Country -- 1- Track -- 1- Baskeiball -- 1. Math- Band -- 1,2,3. SHARON LOUISE LONG Academic 'S1'l31'O1'1" ittle but mighty - - - Cl1erie's sidekick- 'heerleading -- 1,2,3- Yearbook -- 2, 3. Band -- 1, ,3- Chorus -- 1,2,3- Varsity Club -- 2, 3. Honor ociety -- 2,3- Stage Crew -- 3- 19 1 L I l ROBERT ANDREW MEILY General llRei1yII Shaky car . . . likes to go to Obie Road . - - "Bear" ice skates. Baseball -- 2, 3- Football -- 3. Varsity Club -- 1. Q4 LUANN KAY MEYER Academic HL-ull Charge card at Citgo . . . big fan of No- 22 - - - has a Wild VW. FTA -- 1,2. Chorus -- 1,2,3. Varsity Club -- 2,3- Hockey -- 1,2. DAVID LEE MILLER Vo-Tech llTinVll The Deuce rides again . . . drives on the gtass - . - leader of die parade of cars. HOWARD GEORGE MILLER Agriculture "Knobby" I Shy and quiet . . . nice guy . . . never does :math home- work. FFA -- 1, 2, 3 - JEFFREY LYNN MILLER Academic Illeffll Take off those sun glasses . . . tells good stories- Chorus -- 1,2,3- Glee Club -- 1,2,3. Band -- 1,2,3 Varsity Club -- 1,2,3. Track -- 1,2,3- Basketball - 2,3. Soccer -- 3. RANDALL LLOYD MILLER vo-Tech "Cotton" lljifiillly aT-2du211i11g - - - what a Clown - - - loves meat- CLASS CLOWNS -- Paula schwaim, Jeff Miller. 3. S. OANNA MARY MUMMA General IJOII Dreads POD . . . loves that ounge - - - hard worker atl-Iill Varm. 'AMIELA JEANNE MURPHY Academic riendly to all . - . enjoys chorus? TA -- 1,2. Hockey - 1,2. Bas- ketball -- 1. Varsity Club -- 1. Chorus -- 1, 2,3- 'SLmshine" E . "MG yy! 1 H J X Z' i ur ' EUSAN CLAIRE NISSLEY Commercial Il Sue!! Who's the guy in the Javelin? - - - always ready for a little fun- Chorus -- 1,2,3. Band -- 2,3. FBLA -- 2. 21 ANN Academic llvicll Member of Pomeroy's Fashion Board . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Is it true blondes have more fun? Cheerleader -- 1, 2,3 . Chorus -- 1, 2, 3. Student Coun- cil -- 1,3- RANDALL KEITH MOORE Ac ademic IIRQ-nd-yll Bored out of his mind - . . always with Scott - - - patch marks in Cleona. Band -- 1, 2, 3. Wind Ensemble -- 1,2, 3- Dance Band -- 1,2,3. Brass Choir -- 1,2,3. Pep Band -- 1,2, 3- MOST POPULAR -- Vicki Nliller, Dale Gingrich. r 14-ii--'Z:"'e L .. 'EEG-3 - - . lf Y' .,4, , I, 'ls PAIVIELA LEE O'NEAL Academic Ilparnll Always has something funny to say- . . "Whoo, ltell you"- Basketball -- 1,2,3. DONALD LYNN PARKER Agriculture UIDOHII Has a neat car . . . likes to push people in the Ag. showers . DAVID MICHAEL PETERS Academic P ' llPetelI 1 A speed demon of the class f?j . . . kept the football team together . . . exciting evenings in Foodtown- 1 Football -- 1, 2,3. Track -- 1,2, 3. Student Council -- 1,2,3. Band -- 1,2,3. MOST ACTIVE -- Dawn Garosi, Dave Peters. ' ':.:J . ' lE?f"'f3 Ili, .X i ':. J ., V w 1 I 1 w ANNE ELIZABETH POAD Commercial MARILYN JEAN RABER General "Anne" "Cookie" "What accident?" . . . hot Charger . . . "What about just misses tardy bell - - - unexpected diamond . . . drive-ins?" seen with Nancy FBLA -- 3. Track Asst. -- 2,3. Band -- 3. FHA -- 1,2,3. Lib. Club --1,2,3- JOI-IN GREGORY PYLES Occ. Ed. STEPHEN KIM REESE Academic vljbhnu rrBambina Ambulance crew . . . hard worker . . . always driving Ford df?-ggifl' W2gO11 - - - loves football and track . . his car. "Pop". Football -- 1,2,3. Track -- 1,2,3. Band -- 1,2,3. Chorus -- 1,2,3- Varsity Club -- 3. 22 lx L I .,k L, , - , EV. Il! ... , - MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED -- Charlotte Graham, Ted Schaffer- DALE ALLEN REIGLE Academic IIDSJ-ell Always ready for excitement . . . good wrestler for A-C- Soccer -- 1,2,3- Wrestling -- 1,2,3. Track -- 1, 2,3- Band -- 1,2,3- Wind Ensemble -- 2,3- Hon- or Society -- 2, 3- TERRY LEE Rl-IOADS Agriculture IIPOPII Throws people in the showers . . . in school once 3, week.FFA -- 1, 2, 3- V2ll'Siiy Club -- 2, 3- Foot- ball -- 1,2,3- Track -- 1,2,5- JEFEREY LYNN SAMPLE Academic Hjeffn Smart - - - good announcer . . . likes parties after the prom. Honor Society -- 2, 3. Football -- 3- Track -- 1,2 L. SANDERS Vo-Tech JOAN ANN SATTAZAI-IN Commercial school early . . . one of few "Cookie" Vo-Tech girls. Found at Casino rink . . . makes gutter balls in bowling- Lib. Club -- 3. FI-LA -- 3. TED CURRAN SCHAFF ER Academic llTedYl Good basketball player . . . loses contac1s . . . invaded Home Ec- Band -- 1,2,3- Chorus -- 1,2,3. Dance Band -- 1,2,3- Wind Ensemble -- 1,2,3. Glee Club -- 3. Chorus -- 1, 2,3- Cross Country -- 1,2,3. Basketball -- 1,2,3- Var- sity Club -- 1,2,3. BONITA MARIE SCHELB Academic "Bonnie" Known for her oboe - - - Are you sick again - - - Margaret's pariner. Band -- 152,35 Wind En- semble -- 1 2 3- Chorus -- 1,2,35 FTA '--' 122,35 Lib Asst. -- 1,253- THE WE FOLK W I .1 xl LUCINDA ANN SCHIES Commercial IILEWYII One of the Dixie gang . . . al- ways happy-go-lucky . . . gets D-hall from a favorite. FBLA -- 35 Lib. Asst. -- 1. KAREN SUE SCHNEIDER Academic iischhnitff Never stops laughing . . . long brown hair . - - "I don't get seri- ous fast." . . . always drives a different car. Class Officer -- 35 Lib. Club -- 1,2,35 Lib- Asst. -- 152,35 Year- book -- 2, 35 Chorus -- 152,35 Basketball -- 152,35 Tennis -- 25 Stage Crew -- 35 Varsity Club -- 253. PAULA MARIE SCHWALM Commercial "Paula" Mr. Tulli's favorite student? . . life of the pajama parties . . . always made D-33 seniors wait five minutes. Stage Crew -- 35 Chorus -- 1,25 35 Band -- 152,35 FTA -- 2,35 Pep Club -- 152,35 Sec- Corps -- 1, 2, 35 Student Council -- 35 Youth Forum -- 35 Yearbook -- 2 5 24 35 Lib. Club -- 1,35 Lib. Asst. -- 1535 FBLA -- 152,35 Basketball -- 2,35 Hockey -- 35 Track Asst- -- 253. IOANNE MARIE SELLERS Ac ade mic "Joanne" Headed for nursing school . . always seen with Mary - . - friendly smile . . FHA -- 2,35FNA -- 15253. JEFFREY GEORGE SHADE Academic lljeffll Oh that blonde hair - - . one of the WE FOLK - - - "Hey, should- n't you bein gym?" Chorus -- 152,35 Band -- 152, 35 Glee Club -- 35 Wind Ensemble -- 35 Soccer -- 1,2535 Wrestling -- 2,35 Hall Patrol -- 25 Stage Crew -- 35 Sr- Class Play -- 3- I l I I '12 ri V Ft O L X all ROSE ANN SHEETZ Vo-Tech "Rosie" Quiet . . . likes boys . . . really nice kid . . . always reading books. DONNA LOU SI-IELLENBERGER General llDonnall Likes to get interviews at Harris- burg . . - always working - . - future nurse. Library Club -- 15 Band -- 1,2, 3. COLLEEN MARIE SHOLLY Academic "Colleen" Good piano player - . . thick brown hair . . . looks forward to nursing- Chorus -- 1,2,35 Glee Club -- 1, 2,35 FTA -- 2,35 FNA -- 3, Honor Society -- 2, 3. A HARD WORKER? 25 if EL L gig' 2 FORREST KEITH SHEFFY ' Academic "Forrest" "Woods" . . . Mr. Gerber's first hand man - - - very studious. Varsity Club -- 2, 35 Honor So- ciety -- 2, 35 'Hack -- 1,2,3g Cross Country -- 1, 2, 3- KA TI-ILEEN LOUISE SHENK Academic "Skunk" "Who is this?" . - . knows the gossip . . - active in sports . . . will do anything she's told- Chorus -- 1,2,35 Glee Club -- 15 2,33 Hockey -- 1,2,3g Basketball -- 1,2,35 Tennis -- 1,2,35 Var- sity Club --1,2,3. ENOS EARL SHUEY Occ. Ed. ll ' H Jr- Drives a hot car . . . there goes the white jet - - - friend of Pyles FFA -- 1. NANCY DAWN SMITH Commercial llNanC-YI! Barely makes tarcly bells . . . hears Wedding bells . . . seen with Cookie- Library Club -- 1,2,33 FHA -- 1,2,3. RICHARD ADAM SMITH VO-Tech IlRiChIl "Which one of you is Barb?" . . . beats his sister's car - - . determination on the field. Football -- 1,2,35 Wrestling -- 1,2,35 Track -- 1,2, 3. THE FINAL HOURS -- WE FOLK sing at Commence- ment. TERRY LYNN SMITH General "Bone" "My name's not Terry-bone" - - has a blue bubble on his car . . plays the rack machine quite often- Basketball -- 15 Baseball -- 15 Soccer -- 35 Band -- 1,2, 35 Cho- rus -- 1,2,3g Dance Band -- 1. 4 4, V DAVID GINGRICH SNAVELY Academic "Dave" Contact wearer - - - good- looking - - - nice to know - - good booter in soccer. Chorus -- 1,2,35 Varsity Club -- 2, 35 Baseball -- 1,2,3g Soccer -- 2, 35 Basketball -- 1,2,3. JEFFREY A LLEN SNAVELY General lIJeffH Hey do you know Diane Smith? - - - never sat suaight in En- glish class . . . crazy laughs. DAVID ALAN SOLLENBERGER Academic !lDavelV "Goofy" of the WE FOLK - - - good high jumper . . . a great phantom in the play- Band -- 1,2,35 Chorus -- 1,2,33 Hall Patrol -- 25 Sr- Class Play - 35 Varsity Club -- 2,35 Wind En- semble -- 1,2,3g Glee Club -- 3 Soccer -- 1,2,35 'Track -- 1,2,3, Student Council -- 35 Brass Choir -- 1, 2, 3 - LARRY EUGENE STEGALL Commercial YlArkH Future Insurance man Up . . . looks to the sophomore class . . . always gets his friends mixed up . . . one of Miss Witter' s headaches . FBLA -- 1,2,3, Baseball -- 1,2,3g Cross Country -- 1,2, 3, Varsity Club -- 33 Basketball -- 2. DENNIS ROBERT STRUPHAR Academic llsuupll "Deuces wild" . . . liked to throw spitb alls in ninth grade . . . "Hit ahomer, S11'up". Band -- 1,2,35 Chorus -- 1,2,3, Varsity Club -- 35 Base- ball -- 1,2,3, Soccer -- 3. VELMA ANN SWEIGERT Commercial lIDitll Accident prone - - . "Are we going to the Nancy Lou again, Nick?" one of the future nurses. Band -- 1,2,3g FBLA -- 2,33 Yearbook -- 3g Pep Club -- 1, 2, 3, Tri-I-Ii-Y -- 1. DAVID KEITH TANKERSLEY General llTa11kll "I'm from Boston, can you tell?" . . . drives a wild red car . . . "Come and see me tonight at the Handy Mar- ket" . Band -- 1, 2 . CHERIE MARIE TOBIAS Academic "Cherie" Future Vet . . . "Hey, do you use white paint on your hair in the summer?" . . . here comes the white bomber. Varsity Club -- 35 Honor Society -- 2, 35 Chorus -- 1, 2, 35 Yearbook -- 2, 33 Stage Crew -- 35 Cheerleader -- 1, 2,35 Class Officer -- 1,2. JOSEPH CLAYTON TROUTMAN Vo-Tech IV Il joe Pleasure seeker . . . could do without school . . . good deb ater . W "V HY , - 1, w , lr V j. ,X fl EDWARD PETER TURASKY Academic IlEdll A-C's great spear thrower . . . new- comer to Annville-Cleona- Football -- 33 Track -- 3- STEPHAN GEORGE VANOVICH General Ylsuya H P Loves peanut butter icing . . . may- be some day you'll get your licence . . . afavorite of Mr- Barnha.rt's- Band -- 1,2, 3. MICHAEL LEE UHRICH Academic "Mike" "Mickel" . . . pumps gas for Dad - - - "l went to bed with wet hair again. GAIL ELAINE WALBORN Commercial "Gail" Lives near a dragstrip - - . "What have I lost now?" . . . head of "gi- gantic" color guard FBLA -- 2, 3, Band -- 1,2, 3, Pep Club -- 2. BEST SINGERS -- Pam Wilhehn, Dwight Ensminger. V I ,, ' ' ..'F.-. 1 a ,, A , ht' pf HENRY E. WAMP LER Commercial flHenl! Can't be replaced in football - - great personality . - - would do anything for you . . . good dress- er. FBLA -- 2,35 Football -- 1,2,35 Youth Forum -- 2, 3. 'Wk 4 -Tj-F L! MERVIN DALE WAMPLER Academic IIMSWII Likes to hunt and fish - . - al- ways studying! . . . quiet. Chorus -- 1, 2, 33 Honor Society -- 1,2, 35 Hall Pa11'ol -- lg Track -- 1,2,3. JDY ANN WAYBRIGHT Commercial lIudy" friend to all - . - always seen ith Geri . . . great spor1sman- up- 'BLA -- 2,33 FI-IA -- 1,2,35 Cho- is -- 1,2,35 Band -- 1,2,35 Var- .ty Club -- 2, 35 Sec. Corps. -- 3 Basketball -- 1, 2, 33 Hockey - ,2,35 Lib- Club -- 1,2,35 Lib. .sst. -- 1,2,35 Honor Society -- ,3- PAMIELA ANN WILHELM Academic "P am" Lone girl of the WE FOLK - - - headed for Reading in the fll. FNA -- 15 Student Council -- 1 Chorus -- 1,2,3g Glee Club -- fm sf'wf-- Tl A.:. e if ,2s 1, 2,35 Disirict choms -- 2,35 Re- gional Chorus -- 2. 29 DONNA MARIE WATTS Academic "Donna" "Who else is going to Millersville?" . . . SMILE, you're on Candid Camera . . . peppy and spirited cheerleader. FTA -- 1,25 Chorus -- 1,2,35 Cheerleading -- 1,2,35 Class Officer -- 1,2,35 Varsity Club -- 35 Yearbook -- 2, 3. MOST QUIET -- Brenda I-Iostetter, Curtis Winters. DEBRA JUNE WEABER Commercial uDebnv "Flash of '71" . . . lem everyone use her car . . . always laughing - . - anyone need lumber? FBLA -- 3. FAITH MARIE WILLIAMS Academic lIFaithl1 Lives in B-15 . . . how old is he? . . - seen with Rochelle. Chorus -- 1,2,35 FNA -- 1,2,3. CURTIS DEE WINTERS Commercial llcurtll Member of the Bellegrove fire crew . . . Chevy fan . . . toon a crazy clarinet. Band -- 1,2,35 Dance Band -- 1, 2, 35 Wind Ensemble -- 1, 2, 35 Wrestling -- 2, 35 Glee Club -- 35 Chorus -- 1,2,3. DAVID RANDOLPH WISE Academic "Wise Guy" jolly - - - a gentleman to all - - - "VVho's that Wise Guy?" - - - dark-complexioned- Chorus -- 1,2,35 Glee Club -- 2, 35 Track -- 3- IOHNNY ALLEN WISE General Yllohnll "I don't know if this is right, but" skinny . . . A-C's wild pitcher- Chorus -- 1,2,35 Baseball -- 1,25 35 Varsity Club -- 3. PATRICIA ANN YOUNG Vo-Tech HPS.-til Tiny Cleona gal - - . "Hey, there's only three girls in our sec- tion" . . . supporter of the track team- MICHELLE LOUISE ZECK General "Shell" OJ- worker . . . always handing out advice . . . Is that a S iro A new watch? - - - "Who threw me in the P E shower?" Student Council -- 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader -- 15 Hockey -- 35 FBLA -- 25 Yearbook -- 35 Track Asst- -- 35 Youth Fortun -- 35 Pep Club -- 1,2535 Varsity Club -- 3- LYNETTE MARIE ZENGERLE Academic UZ!! G is ood scares at "Dutch" . . . neat wardrobe . - . "I 9 S can't drive that dumb VW- " Yearbook -- 35 Varsity Club -- 35 Stage Crew -- 2, 35 Hockey Manager -- 1, 2, 3. RICHARD LEE ZERN Occ. Ed. "Dick" Quiet . . . helps out in Projectionists Club. LESLIE JAN ZIMMERMAN General "Leslie" Has her own dentist in school - . . always with Donna "Let's go to Lebanon tonight". FHA -- 2,35 Lib. Club -- 3. Lib. Asst. -- 3. 1332313921 I W! "IH Fldml C 1- nm! this is auniifqlazz Nlackud U. S. alrllnorl 'When you get 'u Haunt 'muh ONQVACAIION! ,suv K9 1 I iii? 1 .AEN ,J ,x.-,iq-AV, MOST sTUDIoUs -- ' ' J Brenda Hostetter, Ted lyi- V,.': I ' Schaffer- CONTRIBUTED , 4 MOST -- Pam Boger, ' I m ' - X A Marty Brandt- MOST N . A,', Z zz, ATTRACTIVE -- Vicki j . ' , .,, I Qh,,,i V 5 . i:,: A, M111e1 , Tom F0112 - if 5-5 H " v I ,1 ' Qlw ,Vk .. A Q E Y Km :E wi mg zod- ' A " w' M i 1 """Q , W: . m - M1 uf 5 fm: -53555-: 1 , Y: H, H? W, , , ' "sf , 1 , , ,, 21- 7 J W L , I gf I I ' '2 9345 L ,l- , 1 i . 13 A - :- gf WA-'i Y' 1, . ' . I ' 935 ' EE ..,, , . Sf 'ff Z M4 'W , EE, A nuxfm W M uk. x gg. 2: W 2 7 4 Z 51535 H E , ' .L E- - 5 gw sv , , , .E gm , me i N Q T A-vi 1 l -, 1 . . E5 ii L .vm-V w , wg, W - ,: . il' Q 3 1 555: ' 1 K, I Ii--x KH x fl X 4 ' 1 ' as min Q Q W Haig: A ..,, 'IEQEIIIQHL LW .. .... 2 m 3532? WN ,m,, Q me u 'im E .U1'1E" R, WN, E SEQ , -EV 4 N W 1 E N E 5 ' a w I mz ' ' 232235 ' sm -Q 5.5 V mf ksg mezxgig in If wx N - H' Efiii m-:,. 4 ss ri.. 1-z:2:,,. w Q H1 ' W kg J E w 3 , 5 Members of the Almville-Cleona. School Board: STANDING: Alvin Colemang Elra Worcesterg Victor Petersg Howard Ging- richg Richard Harrisg Richard Gingrich. SEATED: Howard Weaverg james Karsniiz, presidentg Paul Kreamerg William Berry- MISSING: Karl Lockwood- Mr. Coleman appreciates time out from his work for a :friendly chat. 34 Administration Annville-Cleona High School saw two new faces in the administration during the 1970-71 school term. Mr. William Magill, who was the principal, helped to set up a new dress code in which girls are allowed to wear slacks and pants suits to school. Through the "A-C Ex- change" feature in the "Dutchrnen Crier" Mr. Magill answered many students' questions concerning school rules and policies . Mr. Russel Trimmer, the new vice- principal, assisted Mr. Magill in his many duties as principal. Most often, he was seen roaming the halls, check- ing student passes. It seemed that it was always the innocent student who was stopped. MI. Richard Forney, junior high guidance counselor, checks the scores on the LQ- tests - As senior high guidance counselor, Mr. Elvin Fake ponders over various Sched ule forms. i wx H! M' A K f ? Lax Y '-iw: ffnq A 1 ..s-51,525.46 if eg. '.'-ei. DG its bxzgg . . 'I asia? W 35,5 i9-'AW e ,,,,,.4, "v9':.: 1" . ul? -1 r "- Mrs- Mary Zimmerman, special education teacher, looks through the day's papers. 36 -.,. Q. -...nu . .14 Q' 'lt "4-:j.,'5':i -Ap ox., wi ' IX Mr- Fake and Mr- Forney page through the records. . Moyer makes sure the new cards placed properly- Ws- Janette Myers and Mrs. Joan Moyer, the school librax' ians, work hard to keep the library in its proper order. Miss Ruth Keene, as school nurse, assists Dr- Ulrich in the annual job of checking the students' teeth. 37 Science Department "Le1:'s see, in which directions are the forces working?" STANDING: Mr- Fred Goudy, Mr- Raymond Swingholm, Mr- Robert Webber. SEATED: Miss Susan Shue, Mr- Donald Kline, Mr- Leland Lingle- V. '4 - ww '99 xx Mr- Ronald Schlaybach and Mr- Jeff Connors work hard in the shop rooms. Mr. G- Lowell Morton and Mrs. Claire La.Bzu'bera lend helping hands in time work of their studenm- Industrial rts Department 0050 Home Economics epartment "Stir until done and serve warm. " STANDING: Mr. Dennis Koppenhaver, Mr. Dennis Tulli, Mr Richard Eschenmann, SEATED: Mr. Howard Moyer, Miss Eleanor Witmeyer, Mr. George Gerber ,fffdeb-2,5 Mr. james Dibert discusses a paper MIS- Rudi Schaffer, MTS- Linda- on Communism with his class. Rhoads, Mrs- Lenore Lebo Histor Department 39 Driver Education Department Mr- Joseph Hartman and Mr. Iess johnson check on a -new safety report. -utmnohi ff, STANDING: Mr. james Martin, Miss Mildred Myers, Miss Carol Ford, Miss Gail Shenk. SEATED: Mrs- Sara Bixler, Mrs. Stephanie Collier, Miss joan McCu1loh English Department Miss Shenk discusses "Our Town" with her students- 40 ealth And Physical Education Department fi...--s if .-Mfg'-"""-3 w""-'dui ' Mr- IoImKreife1s, Mr- David SEATED: Miss Mildred Meyers, Agneta Bjornberg. TP' Miss Carol Basehore, Mr. Ken Snyder, Mr. Manderbach, Mrs. jane Ebling, Mr. Glenn Worcester Herr Kruger teaches his class one of the many flexible German grammar rules . Foreign Language Department Business Education Department Miss Enterline Miss Susan Enterline, Mrs. Ada Light, checks for Miss Ruth Witter mistakes. V is . Mr- DeHaven holds E, i. Q up a possible blue L' ' i 4 A ', ribbon winner. - f jmiflfl ml Www away.. Art Department Mrs- Claire La.Ba.rbera and Mr- Rodney Del-Iaven 42 u" ilk' . ' "'-"2 ,g:'3 r Music Department Mrs- Sollcnberger strikes the chord fox' another song- qr- ---:vs vm Mr- james Huey, Mr. William Lemon, Mrs. Verna Sollenberger ,?-. U., qw, ,,,, A. 7-- , H 7-'--ef H D Q 3- V !EEl:.i,Yi.J. 'K ' " ' 'X'-x, 1' D , Nlrs- Campbell is always happy STANDING: Mr- Kenneth Parks, Mr- jonathan Roman, to hell? Students Wlth than Mr. Adam Bamlm-r, M1-. Joseph Hauser. SEATED: Mrs. math Problems- jenniferCampbe1l, Mrs. Dorothy Keller, Miss Susan Shue Mathematics Department Mrs. Rose Siranick, Mrs- Iorraine Shay, Mrs. Ruth Maulfair, and Mrs. Gladys Martin assist Mr- Ging- rich with his school board duties. 'gms ,iff 'r 'H y M h h f 1 ily' f 4 . ul Mrs. Doris Markey and Mrs- Nancy Meyer work hard to fulfill their jobs as office secretaries. Employees 44 ffl Ill 'H . 41 ,I i V , I , ,HT - Z. ..7..,,.,ir,. ,T-Y if 1 5 QS 71. -1- pas,-.Li , .. lx f li 9 ' i Y ls ,i 'f ' N V ' 4s Q. f 3 P Vi ex-I Cafeteria Staff: BACK ROW: D. Sutcliffe, E- Ensminger, H- Miller, B. Sattasehn, B. Miller- FRONT ROW: A. Fackler, J- McCork1e, F Hanlon, A- Balaster, M- Granger, E. Reddinger, H. I-Ieisey, G. Blanch Qsecretaryj, D. 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W 1 ,,,.- V: ., ,-,,..,-- -E., .L1 if mei' 1 X 1 ug' l 5.1 '11 Wi .'1 1 . .ri I 1 4 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K .f '-f , Sm-gy A.. 51 gs a iii 3555 L 1 fiyp,-gr. ' " '-1- T1m"Vv , x '.1'-1L'.J::..'u,v' 355 'var' km. L - . V, ,W 4 .f , A -1 " '--'Sims -11 'r T'- we wud ,l- ,.,: f 1 ' HJ' X, -,--'Y .+A Jw' 151 Iii R. '?s4J.:f" -.- ffl w mx !NA FTA Members Practice Teach 4 w. .,i':'., ., 1' Vi' v - I.. X ' xx- fmww,-I., W . , , , .' W Y U .- .-he 8,11 ' .14 . ' ' 'Li 1 ' """: '-- ..,. n , - --,,qEE.-Nd gl 1, 1 1,1 34 1 A it WJ I ' " V , w M W e M.. i, 1 , .-.'2x.-.-'- ,. ' . , .f ..-.Q-my Y I Er. . .ef Ya? lx if 2 FTA. SEATED: K. Rauch, C. Shelly, B. I-Iostetter, C. Graham, K- Kirk- wood, B. Scheib. STANDING: Mr. Martin, Advisorg S. Blatt, S. Frey, P- O'Nea1, I- Light, G. Garosi, S. Lash, C. Gross, M. Rhodes, H. Kreamer, P. Schwalm, 1. Hopple, D- Kuhn, D- Bowman, P- Brown. had a little lamb Student teaching is one of the main projects of the Future Teachers of America. In order to provide practical experience in education for students con- sidering a career in teaching, members are assigned to teachers in the system for one period a week. After observing techniques the students take their hand at the teaching profession, and in addition to teaching, the club members took a trip to Susque- hanna University where they toured the campus and observed college procedures. "5 - l l . l - .' " ' 5,5 'v " w, 1.45" 1 Library Club- ROW 1: J- Woods, I- Croce, K- Schneider, N. Smith, 1- Wav bright, P- Schwalm, B- Fake, B- Evans- ROW 2: Mrs. Moyer, Advisor, j'- Kleinfelter, L. Beard, L- Miller, J- Szmgazzilm, M- Raber, O- Graff, K- Atkins, M- Kline- ROW 3: 1. Hirshbock, D- I-Ialdemzm, j- Yeager, B- Blziuch, L- Zimmerman, C- Miller, M- Safstrom, B. Gamble- Library ssistants Perform Necessar Duties L FT4- 1: -' if - L i ff- l' D -ff.-l'--i 1 .L '11 1"v iw V .T-1.-.T, ,,. -i :.,, A M, ,J ' I B 1 . .4 A 5 . 'lm A 1 Q... U L gg not y-. ,. I-1 f-Q QQ ' Y - A Q, i L-- 62 s Jin? 11 4 .1 63 Marching Band Presents First Homecoming Show . 1'-1 2 V' ' 1 nj ,fir-Q, Z ' fl ,. : ij' ' n ' I , . A J , se, 4: 5 , 54 V -u F 1. 1, W . Q .Q T' - .swf-NSBA' U9 X ...vv. tv. in q,...,,n41. F1 --pf ,......-, 11 nm- ' v., "':' up L. , 1..-.s..-.'-vp : . Af.-ug. ,.,. P'-in-N "f' WQI' A- -wa--w I we U' 1 ' ' I fl is Q . 1' lst ROW: 1. Gamble, A. Schaffer, D. Smith, E. Brummer, K. Hollowell, P- Weimer, R. Beuchle, D- Ensminger, D. Ebersole, R- Reed, C. I-Iarner, J- Moeckel, B. Buffenmeyer, K Caruso, 2nd ROW: R- Moore, R. I-Iarner, S. Nye, S. Lash, C. Martin, S- Rhen, V- Sweig- art, E- I-lower, G. Smidi, G. Zearfoss, R. Dailey, C. Edris, D. Wagner, 3rd ROW: S. Funl-1, G- Hopple, T- Smith, S- Kettering, P- Schwalm, I. Hopple, C- Winters, D. Noll, A- Hos- tetter, G. Blauch, J. Waybright, E. Ensminger, S. Houser, Mr. Huey, 4-th ROW: D. Hess, B Long, K- Klick, S. Blatt, S. Kramer, P. Wilt, B. Herr, S- Pellman, B. I-lemperly, J. Klick, D. Bowman, B. Albert, 5th ROW: K. Umberger, G- Stevens, S. Zellers, I. Kincaid, D. Mil ler, J. Cialone, Y. I-Iemperly, E. Lingle, R. Shellenberger, T. Rittle, D. Sollenberger, Herr, B. Maulfairg 6th ROW: T. Fair, K- Kreider, C. Winters, D. Waybright, C- Meyer, Reigle, B. Blanch, S. Miller, M- Hiles, T. Ebersoleg 7th ROW: J. Miller, G. Walborn, Color Guard captain, A. Poad, A. Geiz, K. Schneider, B- Brandt, D. Atkins, R. Swisher, J. S S Nissleyg Missing: B. Shiiflet, C. Dubbs, R. Campbell, D. Shellenberger, Head Majorette. Football games were brightened again this year with the color of the Marching Band under the direction of james Huey. Mr. Huey was assisted by two Lebanon Valley College students, Donald Keener and james Johnston. Student conductors consisted of Dwight Ensminger, Julie Hopple, Richard Harner, Curt Winters, Scott Kettering, and Cathy Harner, and in addition, Scott and Cathy com- posed and directed their own show entitled "March of Music." Other shows entitled "United Nations' Salute" and "Viva Vaude- ville" were performed in addition to A-C's first Homecoming show. 65 Dedicated Staff Publishes Dutchmen Crier" Eff?" J Mm' W: V 5 L32 , . HWJ 1 B? ,I V ' Q . 'L f ' . S l' wi'tF"" Projeotionists Assist In Classroom Activities 3 -w-if M-ft f-- ,t Projectionists Club: lst ROW: R- Snyder, C- Howard, J. Sattazahn, D- Stephen- 2nd ROW: I. Tankersley, M. Fogleman, P- Hess, M. Batula- 3rd ROW: Mr. Swingholm, Advisorg B- Burke, B. Keener, j. Wolfe, G- Cunnan- 4th ROW: D. Hardy, R- Miller, j. Snavely, T- Rittle- Smile! - - - You're on candid camera. v -1 SITTING K H0111 D Watts B Bicly STANDING J Sh ide C Gloss Boyer G Gaiosi S Borges I Tiaugtr A Getz B Fuhirrnn L Rict Grangei D Brandt D Bentz C Ldris R Shcllcnbtrger D Sollcnbei lnhiirznrrfft- 95" 2 .f . '- Cast of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei Lee Dorothy Mr. Lee fDaddyj Bert Sam The Captain Mrs. Van Osborne Sylvia Mrs. Van Austin Margaret Mrs. Spofford Henry Spofford lll Miss Chapman Aunt Dolly Mr. Broussard, Sr. Mr. Broussard, jr Chamberrnaid Porter Hotel Manager Three Young Men Three Young Girls Two Stewards Prompters Stage Hands Rozelle Boyer Donna Watts Robert Shellenberger John Granger john Granger David Brandt Judy Trauger Beth Biely Cindy Gross Brenda Fuhrman Sherry Borges Christopher Edris Anita Getz Gail Garosi David Brandt Laughlin Rice Kathy Horn jeffrey Shade David Sollenberger john Granger Dale Bentz jeffrey Shade Brenda Fuhrrnan Gail Garosi Kathy Horn Dale Bentz Laughlin Rice Dale Bentz Laughlin Rice Dwight Ensminger Stephen Reese ' If he kissed you once. will he kiss you again? Better be certain with Ce Class Of 971 Presents Gentlemen Prefer Blondes "Only her hairdresser knows fo m . 'L .- A- fi XX 7' X Yearbook staff- SEATED: K. Schneider, P- Schwalm, D- Watts, C- Tobias, S- Long, Mr- Kline, Advisor. 2nd ROW: A- I-Iostetter, S- Shenk, S. Shirk, B- Breathwaite, 1- Tresco, B- I-lower, P- Garret, S- Unger- 3rd ROW: S- Zeck, V- Sweigert, B- Beily, C- Guidon, S- Borges, S- Stvanick, A- Getz, L- Lingle. 4th ROW: 1- Kless, L. Meyer, J. Kingsley, I- Granger, I- Trau- ger, C- Marshall, K. I-Iollowell, J. Hackman. 7 -x ,es 1---Wh' V r .4 ' IV' 22-is ,115 Y-ik' JA' 1' it S 70 earbook Staff Prepares 1971 CORINOMA 1 Under the supervision of Mr. Kline the yearbook if staff began the preparation of the 1971 publication prior to the school year. A summer meeting was called at A which time the senior editors Sharon Long, Karen 2 Schneider, Paula Schwairn, Cherie Tobias, and Donna it bers. The staff decided to divide the 1971 "Corinoma" y into four sections with respect to the seasons of the 1 year. With this decision the staff began their long hours of work in preparing the 1971 edition of the "Corinoma. I 5, T I F 71 in Watts were appointed in addition to the other staff mem- . . - Hifi J -rf :.f 'D 5,3 .LK " ww v., 4' .Q Y 1. . . ki, il 72 If 01. E. Lfpi 31:31 5 -5:54, ,. . +1414 ' fl eJ"". ' 2? ' I- H f ff "2-L . ll' - - ,AH 1.0 4 Q 'f..,. J , -:W I N- 1 iii I, ' , O , 3. X, - I - " 1 ve Q ' lg F 0 3, . I J 'Qu It ,.v .ftlv F" ,-'gnu , N PJ? ' N Efiggjmfa s ' .5 xt. 'x 1 ki' 7 - ' Q. --,I I , .i"!.1:s9-A ly and the Big Red Defense ended abruptly with center-linebacker Hen- ry Wampler. Henry's outstanding play "in the middle" against the Sus- quehanna lndians earned Henry the Outstanding Lineman Award for Leb- anon County. The man who pulled the strings for the "O" was Bill Herr, who ranked 2nd in C .A.C . comple- tion average and 4th in C .A.C. pass- ing yardage . Individual A-C Honors Dave Peters became the second A-C lineman to win the Lebanon County Lineman of the Week Award. Dave won the award for his superb performance against the Trojans from Hershey High School. Toughness was Dave's trademark. Dave's dedication to his team earned him the undesignated title of being the team leader both on and off the field. The Big Red looked for "Pete" to lead the Dutchmen when the going got tough. Dale Gingrich, the heart and soul of the Dutchmen, was the leading scorer on the C.A.C . , 2nd in pass receptions in the C .A.C . , 3rd in area scoring, 6th in pass receptions in the area, 2nd in C .A.C. rushing, honorable mention U.P. All-State, 3rd Team A .P. All-State, All-Metropolitan Har- risburg lst Team, and a Big 33 selection. Neil Ebersole specialized in those parts of football that could often go unnoticed. His specialty was block- ing for the other talented Dutchmen backs. ln addition to his unglamorous task Neil put the A-C foot into the game. Neil led the C.A.C. in points scored kicking with 24 including the longest field goal in the C .A.C. -- 32 yards. Neil's talented toe provided the margin of victory in the 17-15 win over Cumberland Valley with 5 points scored and he gave the edge to the Dutch- men in their 13-12 conquest of the Mechanicsburg Wildcats. 75 The Big Red Offense started swift- The A-C accolades possessed the important qualities of understanding, teamwork, and discipline necessary for attaining the Victorious success. The 1970 Football team compiled A-C's best record ever under the coaching staff of Mr- Johnson, Mr. Tulli, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Shifflet, and Mr- Svirsko- G P-R XQEL, Q X' X X N. Pregame drills display time teaming endiusiasm of the Dutchmen squad. -if-ef-. , ,,, ,,, . ,,,, ,, ,NW MHA.-V 'V t D '- v.-1-....4d---...,... . V , -- K . .. fl v-.- 1 fn if 131 g :At Nh,V'q..,,,mif? ew 'FE digg! 13-11,5 -fp fl by I ....-' ' -4.4 ' V- Aqlf- Z' ' x ' 44 A - Wh-WQQ 11 I .I - ,Q , ,, .4 -1 V . --.IM ,..,y! 'arg mont, 1 ununrfuffg Ain" 1,4 3 -4 ? - ff.- . if E3-3 t V gl, Fin ' '4'?: Eufsi Wa- mnf11l11LQ.""'1W"'4i MMV mi-nm Elm' 7 - ' ' ' "1 i ' 8 fs ? 1 C1 140 'Pd-1612 14. 1- " 1W?F'A"' ", . 3 32.1. 7,113 v -Q 1 5, , 753: lt' Q 6. 1 'V 71:5-V fl .11-J--In 4' In lu' I . I A 1 ' ' " Y H , L f IllNlllf'Uli4E3 Anmlfdmius, Wmgnq A ' 15 K ' 1 - H . 1 ag 7-D lt C 13 Y-V Q , A '15 7 ' i - 1 : , V 'Q - V 73123-.' 'A " I I bf- l'1Si iNQ . ,aqui 'Ivy Q-X. gyiwlkx A, Nblf. f2.t.,. lr? 1 ,lg ., - Z ia ' if 1 1. 1 .Y A V :lm rain f-. -iii' I Fl ll1!!'FEl A lr3L':::1nt.L'F'.!'TuW'- '1" 1 ' u , - L -""' -1' ' - 2 ' 1 '1 -' 1 1 ,. '95 -el-1 M u f: -'.V :V . .. .4 V 1 1970 - Best Ever Big they Weren't but determined they were . . . "mobile, agile, and hostile.' Time and again the Dutchmen got there first with the most and this same team effort was their success. The Dutchmen spirit started early and never Waned. For the first time ever at Annville- Cleona victory was a possibility. The Dutchmen were contenders and a thrill every Week. U V. Scores A-C 7 Palmyra 14 Milton Hershey 17 C. Valley 0 E. Pennsboro 42 Susquehanna 7 Lower Dauphin 6 Middletown 13 Mechanicsburg 41 Redland 23 Hershey 77 OPP 32 6 15 6 O 14 33 12 O 27 Dale Gingrich fmunber 225, led by example and his inspirational play, had a way of making pride a virtue- I-Ie made good -- great and almost -- success. "Hollywood" Bill Herr, quarterback for the Red and White, ranked tenth in passing yardage in the Harrisburg Area with an im- pressive 53 completions for 95 passing at- tempts for a 56M completion record. He was intercepted only 5 times while amassing 743 passing. Herr was also accorded All- Metropolitan Harrisburg Team Honorable Mention for his efforts- il . f , A .iw bl P The A-C Dutchmen are quite proud of their E 1970 grid record. This year's edition of the f, A-C gridders notched the "best ever" record in the Dutchmen annals. SW-, .5-6 0 114 -L s " - 1. Cease, Nlflv fr 1 . --V V 1 . , ns. , ',-bm -.fav -QQ,-, K , N .. . K mv- I - 1 1' ll- 'mv . ' 'J -Pfma-fa'XQ3.f ' 3'-I '?+4""f' in In . - Hn... i , , ,.'-:.ngJ-r.xvxl--4,4--i....!.- 1 r,-,...,-.b.--,:- , 4. ,rvhf - i tiijilil ,. ' .Lan ,Agi- c'When Going Gets Tough The Tough Get Go1ng IV Scores A-C 6 Middletown O Lower Dauphin 0 Hershey 8 E. Pennsboro 12 C . Valley 6 Susquehanna 0 Redland OPP l4 32 36 14 14 46 0 The spirit within the Annville- Cleona squad sparked the en- thusiasm of both the individual players and the spectators. 79 lst ROW: T- Schaffer, I- Paine, D- Graby, I- Hostetter, M- Brandt, B- Dailey, D- Leonard- 2nd ROW: R- Birch, L. Steg S- Martin, T- I-leffner, D. I-Iostetter, D- Eshleman, D- Hines, 3rd ROW: D- Smith, B- Maulfair, J- Kirkwood, C- Ketteri G- Hopple, D- Carpenter, I- Meyer, F- Longeneclcer, D- Horn. 4th ROW: M. Flickinger, I-I. Grant, B- Glauss, R- Rohlan G- Gerber, J- Deiirich, T- Daubert, R- Stachkow, 5th ROW: I- Zimmerman, Mr- Gerber Qcoachj, F. Sheffy fmanagerj- Cross Country Scores .A.C. 19 "'E-Town 16 "'l-Iempfield 23 C. Valley 16 Milton Hershey 15 Mechanicsburg 17 Middletown 16 Lower Dauphin 15 Susquehanna 15 "'Ephrata 23 Palmyra 17 Hershey 17 E . Pennsboro Z2 Red Land 20 'l'Wi1son anon league meets Steel City Invitational A C -- Solanco Invitational A .C . -- CAC Conference Meet A.C. -- District III Meet A.C. -- State Meet A .C . -- 4th 1 st 1 st 1 st 4th ' '3- 9 Q , -. ,--ra. mv" Qgx "'32f T ' H4 Seniors: lst ROW: B- Dailey, D. Graby, T- Heffner, R- Birch, 2nd ROW: j. Hoste M. Brandt, L. Stegall, T. Schaffer- was a hard running competitor all Ted ran in the top five consistently- K n A- A ' A . 5 1 T . ":- ' ' " .. ' V VV' "J ?.'5?'-5f1f?.ff1'v'- zz . . - . -,-.-A-QM'--was Marty was one of the team leaders this year- 1 Z . .-l x ' ul X -E .,-E: y..,,. A 1 2, . l A , . - ia '- ' ' ':' " : -fi 1: ' i e' 7 . Qlif-421'-iff - ,. .q,.:v':,-'-, Y ,. 7- , 'y ', Q 1'-'-g,T,.x,h'? - V' , - ' 'Qf".'.5i-?4Q.'!"!:yf2 PKG- '1"j.LW4a ii 7 15357 ' -asufif'-!'1f 'fn' is l ' ' H 3lH .1',- fi -aassleleliff-.595 .- - f- "M 11--wwf! Ulf- f '41 -N EL.m:,.,.: mmy g d- 5 HIyE?,,LE,2:E7iu.. V V 5 .. .4 , 1 Lf.--seal. ,, - . M Q-fr .-1 V Bob crosses the finish line with teammate Dave Graby close behind- Jim finishes his usual first in the Palmyra meet- Dutchmen line up to start meet with Pal- myra- The 1970 Cross Country team was the finest ever in A.C. his- tory. Mr. Gerber's Boys Won 14 straight dual meets, the CAC meet and the District III Cham- pionship. This was the first Dis- trict III title won by a Lebanon County or CAC school. After the District meet, A.C . 's runners ,captured 4th place at the state meet, where 67 county areas competed. This year's team had several outstanding individuals. jim Hostetter, Marty Brandt, and Dennis Leonard Won District medals. jim I-Iostetter finished 3rd at District and holds A .C . 's course record. Marty Brandt was 9th at State and 7th at District. Dennis Leonard was a consistent lst or second in the dual meets and 2nd in the CAC meet. They were backed by a strong team in- cluding Bob Dailey and Ted Schaffer who were in the top five in dual meetsg Dennis Hines and Dennis Eshleman, two fine ju- niors, and jeff Paine, a promis- ing sophomore. Congratulations Mr. Gerber and team! i6Dutchmen Sweep All Runners In The District, ?lace 4th At State 99 This year may have been disappointing when the rec- ords were checked, but as far as ability was concerned, both teams possessed a great deal of agility and speed. Although, at times, it was hard to hit the goal cage, all totaled, there were 16 goals in tally. Sportsmanship is always a big factor in Winning any game. So is support from the ,faculty and the student body. See you there next season. Top picture: Pregame jitters? Right: julie was responsible for many assists . Cathy, Becky, and Brenda played a big role in the team victories. ...ff .VET A Z- 4-gg. c, . 3, rx .1 G :ll-322-is 21?-'Yi Varsity Scores A .C . OPP. 3 Norlebco l l Elco 2 l Cedar Crest 2 O Norlebco 1 . 2 Lebanon 3 0 Elco 0 l Cedar Crest 4 4 Lebanon O Varsity Team: KNEELING, J. Kingsley, C. Harrier, C. Marshall, J- Meyer. 2nd ROW: S- Weidler, K- Rauch, Brenda Coleman Qcaptainj, B. Grant, E- Lingle. STANDING: J. Waybright, K. Shenl-c, I. I-Iopple, M. Zeck, D- Hoffsmith, L- Zengerle, P. 1 Schwalm, Miss Bashore fcoachj. t...L',,:f-5 Fi: , ,,., ,I . Y , 1 M D ' 'l I A v. -,J -gi U 7' '. w ., .f' . -,-X .-.' .,. . "ug-1 .fn Q XNI . I, ' , -- , , fu , - - ' K .. -- -4, -I l ..A7r'i " - ' HAY! L , ,, ,I . , .-. . ,. -Q . - .I . , Q , ., iii ' ,1 ,, , ,. , - Q. . ilf: 1 fr' 'L'-' -' 1-, ., .' I -.- ',"1"' - ,-u . . L , , ..., -. ,. .. 4 . 4, .. '--iff-hfff ' if 'tmp K' ". .gtg ,l ,- Arg-t---rm-mir ...tr V-.. 'nemsamatr A Jn M. J f 1 -y .--1 j. Gamble, H- Gerber, M- Bryce, S- Dailey, SITTING: P- Garrett, K- D. Miller, B. Chadwick, A. Hamm, K- Early, D. Kuhn, L. Brandt, R. J, STANDING: T. Plasterer, P- Kuhn, D. Herr, K. Unger, L. Lingle, S. C- Brandt, P- Wilt, Mrs- Ebling -- Coach. Deedee was the team's fastest wing- Kathy completed her third year as the team's starting right halfb ack- Here the seniors are posing in a pyramid fashion. They were all a great asset to the team as a whole and it would have been hard to play the season -without them. TOP TO BOTTOM they are: B- Coleman, J. I-Iopple, M. Zeck, I- Way- bright, D- Hoffsmith, and K- Shenk- A.C. experienced a somewhat dismal season considering the fine potential on the team. Their 2-l-5 record does not show the fine athlet- ic ability of the squad. There were many seniors on the team this year who contributed greatly to the team effort. julie Hopple and Brenda Cole- man were very adapt ball handlers and had many assists which contrib- uted to A.C . 's scoring. Deedee Hofsmith was 'one of the team's fast- est. Kathy Shenk has been the most valuable defensive player for three years. There were also two very promising junior players on the squad. Becky Grant and Cathy Marsh all, who were the team's leading scorers. Cathy scored five goals. Becky and Cathy, along with jo Meyer who is a sophomore, will be back to lead the team next year. J.V. Scores A .C . OPP . 0 Norlebco l O Elco O 1 Cedar Crest l l Norlebco 0 1 Lebanon l O Elco 1 O Cedar Crest 1 l Lebanon 1 FIRST ROW: D. Reigle, J- Miller. SECOND ROW: J. Shade, C. Green- awalt, S- Kincaid, J- Kincaid, E- Krum, M. Wethington, D- Plaster- A Q er, P. Wilhelm mgr, Mr. Worcester THIRD ROW: R. Marquette, G- W smifh, T. smirk, M. Uhrich, T. Y X , , 1 P, Texter, S. Vanovitch, E. Seyfert, ' . . 'T Y D. Kreider. FOURTH ROW: D. , 1 6- , 'Xl " A Weimer, P. Kreider, J. Moeckle, , jg., V 'il' T- Imboden, M- Kreider, D. Sol- .rt 't' N" "" ienberger. FIFTH ROW: D. snave- .5 ,, ly, D- Struphar, G. Watts, C. ' ' x " .V Gacono. ff HO L Rob, Ernie, and Ed Mr- Moyer relives old experiences at alumni game. Prepare for kick off' This year was not a particularly successful one as far as records were concerned. The team, under coach Glenn Wocester, Wound up with two wins, sev- en losses, and two ties, but this is not demonstra- tive of their abilities. There were many seniors on the squad deserving of recognition: Chuck Greene- Walt gave a very fine performance at fullback to com- plete three years of soccerg Dave Snavely, also a fullback, was the team's most agressive playerg Dennis Strupher and jeff Miller were outstanding first year players. The remaining seniors, Dale Reigle, Dave Sollenberger, Mike 'Pele' Kreider, Terry Smith, Steve Vanovitch, jeff Shade, Mike Uh- rich, and Carl Gacono contributed greatly to the team effort. With the leadership of several outstanding underclassmen, such as Gary Watts, Tom Texter, Paul Kreider, and Rob Marquette, the team looks for an improved season next year. 8 Denny displays good form as he approaches bal' 4 . Cedar Crest . "FNor1ebco . . 'f'Tu1pehocken Dover .... Northeastern Norlebco . . Eastern. . . Norlebco . . Dover .... Northeastern Eastern. . . Norlebco Tournament ft Checker clears ball against Dover 1 left Jeff flghts for position. Erme controls ball against Dover 85 V Above left: Chuck in one of his more momenis- Pele' displays his talents . s eri ous Above right: jeff readies himself for an on- coming shot- 86 Dale makes a good save ..f'.c'P-" .. . -' ,K V l F V, , ' fi' 'vvf K .mu-1 UI, ,Y xl I H 6:3 Tin: -Z F J hc fi A I A H' IV LA li , . .,. 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' "2 1, , 1, 1 ' kr .nf WJ . rr 'Q r 4' 'U Ji + 3 If -x, f Q all n J I , V 1 'rv' fa' Ffa Q.. ,- -f-fee-113-W - -- - 4 L-7'?f"a4s5i'l Partridge Cast of Tom Jones Bridget Allworthy Squire Allworthy Debra jenny jones fMrs. Watersb Captain Blifil Blifil Tom Jones Thwackum Squire Mr. Western Sophia Western Miss Western I-Ionur justice Dowling Doctor Highwayrnan Harriet Fitzpatrick Fitzpatrick Mrs. Whitefield Susan Lady Bellastom Nancy Constable Servants AW Chris Edris Karen Hollowell Ed Tate Cynthia Bowman Liz Lingle Laughlin Rice jeff Shade John Granger Dale Benz Dave Sollenberger Laughlin Rice Donna Watts Gail Garosi Debra Miller Lonnie Pellegrini Robert Shellenberger Dave Sollenberger Sherry Borges Robert Shellenberger Anita Getz Cynthia Gross Judy Trauger Kathy Horn Dave Snavely Cynthia Brandt Marcia Borges Brenda Fuhrman Junior Class Sponsors Tom Jones 91 Chorus And Glee Club Present Successful Concerts .Z ,v ' -v . A11 puckered up! The next song the windows shatter. The senior boys' quartet composed of Scott Kettering, Dwight Ensminger, Tom Heffner, and jeff Miller perform at WLYI-I for the annual Christmas concert. 92 F.N.A F.H.A. I1 I., -.VI so g . av, F.F.A. 1 , i .4 um - FFA Parliamen- ,lf .. ' tary Procedure 5 5 wins title 1 . 9 Top Award Winners at the annual FFA banquet 94 Boyd I-Iitz, presg and Mr- Morton, advisor A-C Presents Its First C 99 Musical 6 Bells Are Ringing gg t I would like to take mer- " 95 A .51 r I I. N ' r Sue Gwynne Ella Peterson Carl Inspector Barnes Francis Sandor jeff Moss Larry Hastings Telephone Man Ludwig Smiley Charles Bessemer Dr. Kitchell Blake Barton Another Actor Another Actor Olga Men from Corvello Mob Carol Paul Arnold Michelle Master of Ceremonies Night Club Singer Madame Grimaldi Mrs . Mallet jimmy Mallet Miss Stevens Pamela Wilhelm Vicki Miller Rebecca Grant jeffrey Paine jeffrey Miller George Smith Christopher Edris Dwight Ensminger Keith I-Iemperly Randall Miller Steven Zellers Terry Smith Bruce Long joseph Forti Terry Smith Steven Vanovich Lisa Steiner Randall Miller Steven Vanovich Kathy Horn Randall Miller Michelle Zeck Deborah Carpenter jeffrey Paine Kathy Shenk Elizabeth Lingle james Unger Kathy Early 96 do you mean you ha.ven't been out with other guys -- you've 111 more laps than n napkin- " W? "Is the party to whom I'm speaking?" A-C Varsity Club Fellowship Of Christian Athletes Stage Crew Aids Thespians In Successful Productions Stage Crew- ROW 1: I- Gamble, J- Long, L- Yeagley, I- Tresco, B- Breaith- waite, ROW 2: C. Nash, S- Blatt, S- Hoff, D- Bowman, I-I. Kreamer, B. Beily S- Vanovich. ROW 3: S- Reese, R- Miller, L- Zengerle, P- Schwalm, C- Gress, D- Garosi, R- Meily- ROW 4: Mr- Kline, Advisor, D. Ensminger, J. I-Iower, j. Forti, j.'Snave1y, F- Vorstadt, T- Smith, K- Hemperly- 99 A v x I l Y I I .QW L A A 100 -4 ROW G Garos1, R Bowman, P Garre11, B Blely S Unger, C. I-I Kramer, B Blauch, S Campbell, and Mrs Campbellfadvisorj- ROW D Wagne1, M Rhodes, S Blatt, J Trauger, A Arndt, N- L K1e1nfe1te1', V Howard, I Tresco, B Brea1thwa1te, D Whit- I-Iakenburg, S S11'an1ch, I Kllck, andK Wampler THIRD ROW: ller, S Lash, J Graff, M R1sser, S Shzrk L Stelner, D Shott, K. 5 TJ- u h' 'CIE 11 '-?G.:4! ' ilu... v mn The jmaior Tri-Hi-Y, led by Presi- dent Sue Unger, endeavors to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian Character- Bill Herr nabs the ball away from his out-classed opponent as Dale Gingrich and Ted Schaffer pre- pare to assist him. ' -:su 1:5 wi? U, Dave Snavely aims that always important free throw from the foul line. -AQ4 Q 5' T' W. 1a .TAL 'i' 95 ' iiiiifr' ' 'Jw W V L -:si-WSJ' Dave Snavely and Ted Schaffer anticipate the next play as Dale Gingrich chalks up another point from the free throw line. Center Dave Snavely wins jump ball against rival Wildcat- Little Dutehmen Continue To Strive For Victor S05 V , . N, W- '--0--u-vu-ng-.,.Q.'r 4' 14 d...,o-,, Q X' Q. .o -Q- Bill Herr prepares to exe- cute his tricky "patented" one hander, which helped him receive honors as the 6th highest scorer in the C.A.C. and the 4th high- est Scorer in the area. .Mt 103 Mr- Shiffletfcoachj, S- Yeakle fmanagerj G. Watts, E. Neidigh, D. Snavely, T- Schaffer, B. Hartman Qmanagerj, and B. B21l'tO11f1T1Zl1'1?.lgG1'J. KNEELING: D- Ging- rich, B- Herr, P- Kreicler, andB- Dailey- , fr, -T L. - -..L - -.-Z - -- -W- VARSITY SCORES A-C OPP. 6l Northeastern 45 59 Cumberland Valley 74 68 Milton Hershey 48 63 Mechanicsburg 55 48 Middletown 66 78 Lower Dauphin 90 56 Susquehanna Twp. 70 67 Norlebco 50 48 Palmyra 52 45 Hershey 53 83 East Pennsboro 60 66 Red Land 59 57 Cumberland Valley 76 66 Milton Hershey 47 60 Mechanicsburg 48 46 Middletown 48 68 Lower Dauphin 63 49 Susquehanna Twp . 62 38 Palmyra 64 55 Hershey 61 81 East Pennsboro 49 67 Red Land 62 Paul Kreider fabovej and Gary Watts frightl, prospective un- derclassmen, display their Shooting techniques- 104 'iv , P ' ,' QTY? 1' 3-5, l 9 '9': 'E I ' -ff-fe-. A-C Sharp Shooters On The Move Q91 Y , xl be ,S - i- 5 g V 8- ,U-9 Q K: A: la.. Q- gg -Qu. ff .gg 'A 1 Tsbagf' if f 1 -'L - 1?--41? -r - r - M. " X ig-A ' . , I- fre- S- ROW: Mr. B2l.Yl'Ih2l1'1IfCO21Cl1,, B. Maul- , D. SZl1I1ZZ1Z21l111, G. ZGEIJ.'fOSS, I- Ellen- G. Hopple, and G- O'Neil- SECOND R. Marquette, R- Sample, C- O'Nei1, M:u'1in, and P- Brewer- FRONT ROW: J. and M- Capriottl- S TANDING: Miss Basehore fcoachl R- Halsell B. Biely J. Waybright P- Schwalm K- Schneider I- I-Iopple B. Blouch C. Guidon KNEELING: I- Meyer D. Herr P. O'Nea1 B. Coleman D. Folk B - Rothenburg 61' F oulshot spectators . Varsity Basketball Scores A.C. CPP. 38 Palmyra 33 36 Lebanon 39 33 Norlebco 34 36 Cedar Crest 48 36 Elco 38 28 Palmyra 64 '48 Lebanon 40 28 Norlebco 42 15 Cedar Crest 54 32 Elco 29 I-Ieight's no problem for Brenda 106 '1....... .Q 'A4 Inside left -- Where did it go? lf! ., I A ' 9 :. Left -- Easy basket. FBN Girlis Basketball I. V . Basketball Scores A . C . OPP 16 Palmyra 34 8 Lebanon 24 10 Norlebco 26 2 Cedar Crest 9 20 Elco 26 12 Palmyra 24 12 Lebanon 24 14 Norlebco 20 13 Cedar Crest 29 8 Elco 14 Time out as Coach Basehore gives the score. Dutchgirls Spotlight Basketball The girls ended in a 3-7 record for Varsity and a O-10 record for LV. all lack of height and shooting ability for the Varsity, they obtained the highest foulshot percentages this year of any previous years which was 417, for the season. Four of the games were extremely closer than the scores reveal. Often, the gals lost in the re- maining few seconds of the game by a point. Seniors this year were Brenda Coleman fcaptainj, julie Hopple, Paula Schwalm, Karen Schneider, Judy Waybright, and Pam O'Neal. Brenda held the highest shooting and field goal records . Overall, the j.V. team was long on potential and desire, but lack of experience forfeited the season. Good luck to both teams next season! this year. Although there was an over- VARSITY SQUAD: S. Shank, C. Sholly, B- Granger, P- Boger, V. Miller, D- Watts, C. Tobias, S- Unger, L. Steiner, and S- Long Varsity Cheerleaders Prove Best In County The ten A-C sparkplugs known as our cheerleaders generated a tremendous amount of dynamic ac- tion in A-C High. Although their appearance was always fresh and exuberating, behind the scenes lay hard Work in hours of practice and bake sales. E I Q A- in Q U. VCL N , an 2' J! 4-ali' Tobias and S. Long. V l g --,,,..- - , D- Watis and V- Miller, fco-captainsy . -, LQMX QQ! 5 1 xi. V h i 45. fi Varsity cheerleaders display trophy representing their county championship title- P - Boger and B. Granger 109 X J .V. Squad Wins County Competition The JV cheerleading squad enthusizistically sho their trophy, which signifies their victory widii the junior Varsity division of the Lebanon Coun cheerleading competition. I7 D- Donmoyer, D- Tice, E. Brubaker, S Shirk, D. Hoffman, A- Erhart, andK- Wampler. Bowers -- Seniorg 3-8-0 recordg 1st yearg varsity letter winner. Agility is required to match an opponent successfully. . .4-Ll ' S. - : J L -.-- N.. I i W"v-v-wo.::g A Y- V' llililllk ugggf: An introduction of the team always preceeds the match. ing team members- They are C- Winters, T. Ebersole, Smith, A- Grier, R. Smith, S- Wells, andj. Bowers- Here are some of the follow- D- Reigle, T- Texter, H. 'W Dale Reigle -- Seniorg 7-5-O recordg varsity letter winnerg co-captaing semifinalist at sectionals- ffar right picturej There are many different types of holds used in wrestling. One is demonstrated here- Seasonal Scores A.C. OPP. 30 Elco 30 20 Pequea Valley 30 12 Elizabethtown 41 1 1 Middletown 52 35 Bermudian Springs 12 0 Palmyra 55 25 Williams Valley 31 21 Williams Valley 33 O Cumberland Valley 48 14 Lebanon 34 6 Conrad Weiser 44 15 Northern Lebanon 33 Ancient Sport Develops At A-C High - , 1 i I Y ir- . ' ' , ' ' Y. 4:2745 A ' I 1 ' LAST ROW: Mr- Con- nor fcoachj, 1. Bow- ers, S. Wells, R. Smith, A- Grier, H- Smith, Mr- Eschen- mann Qcoachj. SEC- OND ROW: T. Tex- ter, D. Reigle, C- Winters, T. Eber- sole, J- Kirkwood- FIRST ROW: K- Bom- gardner, C. Gacono, B- Reed, and D- Rauch. Y A-C OPP. 30 Elco 30 20 Pequea Valley 30 12 Elizabethtown 41 11 Middletown 52 35 Bermudian Springs 12 0 Palmyra 55 25 Williams Valley 31 21 Williams Valley 33 0 Cumberland Valley 48 14 Lebanon 34 6 Conrad Weiser 44 15 Northern Lebanon 33 Dale Reigle challcs up another victory over his Williams Valley opponent. As co-captain and a third year varsity letter winner, Dale was a semifinalist in the Independent Sectional Wrestling Tournament . H u , 4 ,vm ' 1. w 1- 4, ,, , Y W Xiang -- 5 I ' Y..'52,,A . 4 mm "?fQ7l. . ,, U ferr 1 SQ k g I w u ,QM 1 in 5513 3553 AQ' iw- ZW, M- - 'Pg '1 ' 21231 -F. 5: rg .,- ,, , Wu -,N 5 IFJ! S-SWF - f- I' iffy: A A, 5 V .,,,-gf' if -" F , 1 . ri ?Md.,,.., - :Q-.rs ' ' Ne nw -'4,, I Rf H ' Lx x 1 f 'I Pwixi 'ffx 1 N. M , ,- ..,. ' 2' l W , . fy 1 if :gg 5235 f Y W ,AXW :ii 5221" 1 Y ' " 1 - f K "i ' I L Lx xx . x at .VJ . HQ' ,ill-wwf!!! M.,-J. k -4 v... - A .J 4 3"-.9 i --4 w JK'-3 4 4' X Nfxw -.4 1 4, 5825 ' fr 1., K1 'Wh' 'rf gs-w 9. tg Q14 . ., . ,',,.-1-,U-.4 - - 31.1 3",'.'. ,ul 0 04' Z .Of V1 x -rn. ,G 10.1 Junior-Senior Prom Celestial Gardens 116 pn-vs I 'W T QI! 4 10th Grade Tri-Hi-Y Provides Ushers For Dramatic Productions 118 had-,, 9 5 Leadership, Character Scholarship, Service The Senior High Honor Society of A-C works in accordance with the National Council of the National Honor Society to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to en- courage the development of character in the students. In the spring of the school year an annual induction ceremony is held after which time new members and their parents are invited to a tea. The service club is responsible for keeping the bulle- tin board up to date, operating a book- store, and this year again sponsored Crazy Clothes Day. At the end of each school term a picnic is held at Memorial Lake to bid farewell to fellow members. gg 99 Dance To The Music , W, u The band parents lend a helping hand at the annual s11'eet fair held in order to aid the purchase of new uniforms. l ' 120 J- ROW: R. Marquette, R- Sample, D- Sollen- J- Granger, E- Krum, and E- Brightbill- ROW: J. Dutweiler M. Capriotti D- Car- 1 b F M. zeck, D. Tice: andr. schwilm. SEC- C u osters a B- Grant, J- Meyer, 1- Kirkwood, S- K- Marshall, V- Miller, and Mr- Johnson ' 5. sEATED:P. Boger qsecq, D. Peters Llfe M- Wethington fVice-Pres. Q, and C. fTreas- J- 'Ui EQ. as 1- "-'!"" The 1970-71 Senior High Stgdenf Council con centcated iis efforts. on projects to raise funds, fo purchase a, scoreboilrd for the AQC- football field- Addidongl services of the 'council -include morn- ing and-Hifternoon annoizqiggemems, assemblies, selling refgeshrg.eggSjj,tfBiskeHJ2l1 games, and maintaining the S3ei1io1'.ILo1q.nge- The meetings of the council ,mprlgsentativesi served as a vehicle between bodyrand-1i1e adrriinistration rp.: dj.SC11SS'fIHQ' iiesgfres end the-opinions of the stu- denis. '- -A--. Q H , --, . , Seniors Capture Annual Field Day l KNEELING: K- Paine, I- Meyer, 2nd ROW: K- Rauch, S. Weidler, STANDING: Mrs. Eb- lingfcoachj, S- Borges, C. Hafner, K. Shank. Tennis Scores A.C. OPP. 0 Hershey 7 5 Wilson 2 l T ulpehocken 6 3 Hamburg 4 3 Cedar Crest 4 O Elco 7 2 Camphill 5 5 Wilson 2 2 Camphill 5 4 Hamburg 3 3 Cedar Crest 4 2 Elco 5 2 Tulpehocken 5 l Hershey 6 Kathy Shenk was the ouistanding player on the team this year. This year the tennis team played quite a few more teams than last season. They ended with a record of 3 wins and ll losses . Several outstand- ing players displayed their abilities throughout the season. Double matches were played by the first team of Kathy Shenlc and Cathy l-Iarner, and the second team of Shirley Weidler and jo Meyer . Cathy Harner was the second most valuable mem- ber of the team this year. Other players who stood out were in order of importance: Sherry Borges fseniorj, Shirley Weidler, and Jo Meyer. Cathy, Sherry, Shirley, and jo are shown at the bottom of the page. They illustrate the various positions while hitting a tennis ball. Cathy starts the serve and jo finishes. Because of the location of the ten- nis courts, there were never many spectators at the matches. It always helps to have a little sup- port along the way. Both Cathy I-larner and Shirley Weidler Uuniorsj, and jo Meyer look very prom- ising for next year's team. They are also hoping for new players to help support the team next year Good Luck! if fi N140 l 'ppl'-vuff, ' t . , .ga I l' 5' 'lnylr ME? 144, v ' ' - I-1, gf A V, H- ' " A'-1 '- .nf , .. - .Y X TE 1,.24-5,51-a1'rv 1 .7 A is "' ""1l'9'l'-g?:f li 5 i, F ! - A db-4 lrw 5-' Q' ' -V ' 'ht .1 ii ,: 4 'L ' T, - "" J ' , t. ti- ,Yin-' lan' 4 qv .x.- . U Fc ivlm-irfv .1 ,-, V' -'P ., - r'f:tA'g,,1'-Sfzag , , ,tw , ,v-",...- 1-, W .- t -et-if-1 .-.gs,+.1..- -'fist Dave C-raby fleftj, jim Hostetter fabovej, and Bob Micozzi fbelowj all exhibit the face of an exhaust- ed athlete. But they realize, after it's all over, that is has all been worth the effort- This can easily X be seen by observing the outstand ing record of the track team l throughout the past few years. Effort Creates A Great Team There were many outstanding individuals this year. But special recognition should be placed on six of these athletes for their personal achievements in the various track and field , events . All of these boys received a gold medal at the Lebanon County Meet. Jim Bowers threw shotput and Ed Turasky threw javelin. Tim San Martin delivered two gold medals in the long jump and the triple jump. Dennis Leonard hooked a gold medal in pole vault, and Dave Peters me and Charlie Greenawalt captured the high and low hurdles respectively. These boys did a tre- mendous job this year in keeping our track team at the top . '.pf"f A. A . ,rue P 'f"'f"5. H' V iii 'ii .51 .'-:Q cf' L we , fi? .TC Mg , wifi' fi-61:45 'iff' '5--. 29?-v' Start . . . To Finish No matter what running event is being spotlighted at the time, there is always competition and excitement, whether it be the beginning of the race or the finish- jim I-Iostetter ftop leftj lines up at the starting line and Dave Peters ftop rightj ge1s off to a perfect start- Some of the run- ning events are relays, but there are also individual evenis. It seems as if jeff Paine Qbottom lefty is leading a group of runners right to time finish and finally, after an exhausting run, Terry I-H12 comes in to the line in first place- Nice work boys! 125 Individual Styles Show Skill Dual Meets A . C. 152 Elco A . C. 152 Norlebco A . C . 89 Cumberland Valley A .C . 96 Mechanicsburg A . C. 105 Middletown A . C .A 76 Lower Dauphin A . C . 87 Milton Hershey A . C . 99 Susquehanna A . C . 134 Norlebco A . C . 67 Palmyra A.C. 101 Hershey A . C. 98 Cedar Crest A.C . 121 East Pensboro A.C. 115 Red Land Throughout their years in high school ath- letics, many athletes develop a certain style in their particular sport which they often can call their own- Here are three individual styles used by Dave Sollenberg- er Qtopj, Sam Martin fmiddlej, and Jeff Miller fbottomj. Both Dave and jeff are on high jump, and yet they use entirely different approaches and jumps. Sam, on the other hand, is a pole vaulter, and this style is very typical of many pole vaulters today. .H Sam Wells fleftj has a pretty good arm for throwing shotput- Here he is in po- sition to 'd1row. Dennis Hines and Sam Kincaid look neck and neck as they approach the finish line- Ed Turasky established a new Annville-Cleona jav- elin record of 198'8" this year. Ed was also the district champion and finished in 5111 place at the state meet- Medalists and Individual Achievements: Five of A.C. 'S team took gold medals at the CAC Meet. They were Ed Turasky in the javelin, and the 880 relay team of jeff Miller, Dale Reigle, Tim San Martin, and Robert Micozzi. Congratulations to these fine individ- uals. Also an outstanding year was run by Marty Brandt. He established new records on the A.C. track for both the 880 relay C2:O5b and the mile run C4142 .3J. Congratulations are in order for the Whole team and all the bril- liant effort shown this year. Invitational and Dis11'ic1: Mee1s , Shippensburg Invitational -- Sth place Dickinson Invitational -- Sth place E-town Relays -- lst place Cedar Cliff Relays -- 2nd place CAC Meet -- 4th place District III Meet -- 4tl'1 place Lebanon County -- 2nd place nun P4 x.: -5.41 'X 'Q The J-V. baseball team had a fine season in 1971 with a winning record. Qfar lefty Mike Capriotti is one of Am1ville's oumtanding I-V- pitch- ers. Here he is shown delivering a curve ball. Excellent batting form is demonsirated here by Gus O'Neal Todd Hollinger had an outstanding season for a first year player. Dave Marin, one of the LV. squad's leading hitters. fnear lefty J-V- team: FIRST ROW: T- Bomgardner, J- Moeckel, I- Putt, P- Rodgers, S- Dailey, D- Miller- SECOND ROW: L- Ebersole, R- Rhoad, D. Sattazahn, R. 129 Worcester and Lingle - QC1'1ipjO'Neal, T- Hollinger, G. Waison- THIRD ROW: D- Martin, P- Brewer, T. 1 Imboden, I- Tittle, R- QGusj O'Neal, E- Mum, M- Capriottl- TOP ROW: Coaches Dennis Struphar Qbelowj was third baseman this year. Bob Dailey frightj aided as pitcher this Dale Gingrich fabovej played shortstop, while John Wise fmiddlej acted as pitcher. Larry Stegall also acted as pitcher this year, but he also played outfielder. ffar right ab ovej Neil Ebersole took the positions of catch- er and oudielder this season- I-'.'!Q1',-, pure L. u 130 Randy Loeb was first baseman this year. Dave Snavely was also a senior this year and he played outfield- . uj 5 The 1.V- baseball team had a fine season in 1971 with a winning record. Excellent batting form is demonstrated here by Gus O'Neal Qfar leftj ers- Here he is shown delivering a curve ball- Todd Hollinger had an omstanding season for a first year player. Dave Martin, one of the LV. squad's leading hitters. fnear lefty LV. team: FIRST ROW: T- Bomgardner, I. Moeckel, I- Putt, P. Rodgers, S. Dailey, D- Miller- SECOND ROW: L. Ebersole, R. Rhoad, D- Sattazahn, R. 129 QChipQ O'Neal, T. Hollinger, G- Watson. TI-HRD ROW: D. Martin, P- Brewer, T. Imboden, J- Tittle, R. fGusj O'Neal, E- Krum, M. Capriotli- TOP ROW: Coaches Worcester and Lingle. Mike Capriotti is one of Annvi1le's outstanding j.V. pitch- Bob Dailey frightj aided as pitcher this Dennis Struphar fbelowj was third baseman this year. 4-lf. , V. Dale Gingich Qabovey played shortstop, while John Wise fmiddlej acted as pitcher. Larry Stegall also acted as pitcher this year, but he also played oudielder. ffar right abovej Neil Ebersole took the positions of catch- er and outfielder this season- ,,,-- 'V 130 'ag Randy Loeb was first baseman this year- Dave Snavely was also a senior this year and he played outlield- . arsity Team Finishes Second . ' i,',,s lrldr ' isa! 53:52 'Tw 'rl' SELF 2 , M y ,ees Ac rg us e ' X .. X A . 'AQ A: l f. '-ij f ,-we- , J ijjffx G., KIT! s vi R I so l if AF ' 116 X i ? is 'H I ' 5 L PXIPEMY A N T. ,Q vp Q T . , -a i' 'Q A 'I X 7 N 4 L :eee y p , 1 M .ri .1 Q y A 5 , ' '. Q bl l 1 1 Q A Althou h the baseball team did not win the league Varsity Baseball Squad: FIRST ROW: R- Marquette, E. K1-um, T. I-Iitz, I. Wise, B. Dailey, SECOND ROW: R- Loeb, D. Gingrich, P. Kreider, T- Imboden, D. Siruphar THIRD ROW: Gus O'Neal, L. Ste- gall, N- Ebersole, G. Watts, D. Snavely- TOP ROW: Coach Worce- ster, M- Kreider, Coach Lingle. Non-League Varsity Record g harnpionship, they did have another great season A.C . 'nishing second, only one-half game behind the 2 Norlebco hampion Lower Dauphin, who finished with a l Cedar Crest ecord of ll-3 to A.C. 's 10-3-l. A.C. was the 2 Elco nly team to defeat Lower Dauphin two times, both 8 L. Catholic Xtra inning games. Eight outstanding seniors will 8 L. Catholic raduate from the team this year . They will be l Fleetwood reatly missed on the ball field and in the halls of 3 Norlebco .C . High. The baseball team looks forward to another fine eason in '72 with Paul Kreider, Rob Marquette, League Recofd odd I-Iollinger, Gus O'Neal, Gary Watts, Tom lm- A-C- oden, and Ed Krum forming the nucleus of the 0 Susquehaffna eam along with several fine prospects from the 3 C3 Dauphln .V. Team, which also had a fine season. Good 7 Middletown . uck next year fellas! 2 Lower Dauphin 2 McDevitt 7 Palmyra l C .D. East O Susquehanna 0 C . Dauphin l Middletown 3 Lower Dauphin 6 McDevitt 2 Palmyra O C . D . East 131 OPP 5 l 3 3 2 2 5 OPP. 0 2 3 l l 4 0 3 16 O 0 2 l 3 Collene Adomaitis Alice Ardnt Richard Atkins Beth Biely Susan Blatt Brenda Blauch Larry Boeshore Kenneth Bomgardner Dianne Bowman Ruth Bowman Cynthia Brandt Barbara Breaithwaite Samuel Breidenstein Penny Brown Rebecca Browning Debra Buffenmeyer Brian Burke Randy Burke Blake C aldwell Stephanie C ampb ell Sharon D ailey Bonnie D onm oyer Anthony Eb ersole Linda Eb ersole Paul Ebright Larry Edris Teresa Ercoli Dennis Eshleman joseph Fake Wesley Fergusan David Finkbinxer Miles Fogleman Diane Folk Marie Forney Sylvia Fry , Jennie Gamble Gail Garosi Lester Garis Pamela Garrett ,Mary Ann Gassert Nancy George Anita Ge1.2 jacalyn Gingrich Randall Gingrich Christine Gollam Janice Graff Rebecca Grant Catherine Guidon Deborah I-Iackenburg Jeffrey Hackman Karen Hamm Cathy I-Iarner Kathy Hartman Joyce Herr Ruth Hershey Ernest Hicksenheiser Dennis Hines Lee Hitz Karen Hollowell Karen Hoover Audrey Hostetter Edward Hostetter james Hostetter Susan Hough Vicki Howard The Class Of 1972 L ii J In ' -7 ,V aka w ef f r' il5'b 'mf i " Q t ,V 3 i VV Y 'x ,Z ,P .lr .c a Y igila-, A L V , '51 4. 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Naomi Howell Elizabeth I-lower Thomas Irnboden Barth Keck Ben Keener Frank Kettering james Kincaid Jana Kingsley Karen Kinsey Karen Kivler Kenneth Kleinfelter Linda Kleinfelter john Kless janet Klick Sharon Kline Clarence Knight Judy Krall Gregory Kramer Holly Kreamer Paul Kreider Tim Kreider Darrell Kreiser Sheila Lash Dennis Leonard Dianne Light Patricia Light Elizabeth Lingle Bruce Long Christian Long joan Long Nancy McCork1e Robby Marquette Catherine Marshall Samuel Martin David Miller Debbie Miller Laurie Miller Sue Miller john Moeckel Randall Musheno Charles Nash Deborah Noll Sandra Nye Richard Parker Edward Posey Cheryl Pyles Karen Rauch Ronald Remesnick Marcia Rhodes Mary Risser Timothy Rittle Bruce Rodkey Bobbie Rothenberger Mary Safstrom Timothy SanMarl:in Dennis Sattazahn Joyce Schwenk Diane Shenk Sally Shenk Barbara Shifflet Lisa Steiner David Stephen Susan Stranick Marcia Taulbee Robert Taylor Thomas Texter Diane Tice john Tittle Judy Trauger JoAnn Tresco Sandra Troutman Kim Tshudy Susan Unger Deborah Wagner Sherry Walborn Kay Wampler Kenneth Wartluft LouAnn Wartluft David Watson Gary Watts jane Weaver Mary Weaver Shirley Weidler Samuel Wells Patti Wengert Mark Wethington Aaron W'hit1'nan Donna Whitman Brian Wolfe Glenn Zearfoss Anita Zettlemoyer Debra Adkins Pamela Adomaitis Steven Albright Mary Appelt William Atkins Carl Baldwin Ronald Barton Michael Batula Clifford Bennetch Dale Beniz Dawn Berkheiser Howard Bixler Beverly Blauch Marcia Borges Richard Bowers Cynthia Bowman james Bowman Randy Bowman Rustina Bowman Timothy Bowman Lauren Brandt Robert Breidenstine Philip Brewer Carolyn Brightbill Sharon Shirk Cindy Sholly Doreen Shott Rebecca Simaska George Smith Marlene Smitley N:-7 4. 'Al w ' M' in .lax- l HW! ' ' ...V-pf, ,, "if a g ig be 'gl v 1 El: f ""a ' x hrnr 'L lt X 'QU f aqkgds V 1 it Abri in ,Blix L W . , 0 7 ' .3 , .5 l P, V if x- y. il uw, . K I. iv av ' . as R' 'x 'Ev X - w " '- Q, . , - L ' ' gin bf N' -'wr L- i-- , 'ls' "J . y 7. - i Efxlihfe 1114 4 l ml ' 'E 2 -lv-1-1 The Class f 1973 l . 4 'F '- . lil, - if 'T' it -Ei xx' ' Xlx ll X ' 3 fg' 'Q ' n 'f, 'Viv' . flu' . 3 V. f I .V V, N.,-1, x Q fp- .L I 1' I-. l ..-3' yin. F5 iii, l ,-.WHL . XX- 5 K ' f-'o... ' , -, -fw- X I - - if L-L , Y. . . - 1. x 'l , X R' uf W X .Jail 5 yi: l . .5 :Q vw , .-"j E -, ' .1 I W ln A ku L' if ':+,F',1 LMA ' R J . . . B A 1. W f ve' f' S fl' ' ' ' tr- Hex 12 in .-.llc A r t. 1 ' A my M .af .V , WN 'Q ' 1. ' ' - - V f n 233-' - - r l W t ' A gs' . 'K- ' A lx WLS, 1 v an 'MQ - I 26 'if 59 ,il .. ,l 1, Q. . 'wi Avx ix ll l ' 'WJ f - F pf 4- x 1 ..J LJ, ' 5 I- 5 A 4 ' 'Pr 'Q 'U x 'f fe 4+-f y E' "f 5 1,,1',- s , 'Af' , lv ,S Q" - ll-:el ll ,4 'iw .s Ju l " l .I . 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'J C. r Elaine Brubaker Cynthia Buffenmeyer Michael Capriottl David Carpenter Karen Caruso joseph Centini Beverly Chadwick Lydia Cintron Joan Clawser Randolph Croce Wilma Custer Gary Cutman Fred Daubert Kenneth Diem Jed Dutweiler Kathy Early Diane Ebersole Glenn Ebersole Diane Ebright Gerald Eby Christopher Edris Anne Ehrhart jeff Ellenberger Earl Evans Betty Fake Jonathon Fake Mary Finkbiner Paula F orwood Michael Frattaroli Robert Frey Brenda Fuhrman Albert Garis Heather Berber Susan Gibson Joyce Gingrich Steven Graby Eugene Graham Sally Hallman Sandra Hanlon Dale Hardy Gayle Hartman Lynwood Heagy Nelson Heagy Barbara Hein Earl Hein joseph Heller Barbara Hemperly Yvonne Hemperly Beth Henning Michael Hiles Sus an Hirshbock Brenda Hitz Scott I-Ii1z Debra Hoffman George Hopple Daniel Horn Calvin I-Iostetter Kevin Hostetter Linda Houser Cordell Howard John I-lower Sandra Hudson Kim Jamison John Johnson Craig Kettering Jo1'm Kirkwood Joyce Kleinfelter Doris Kline Mary Kline Sharon Kramer Keith Kreider Bonnie Kreiser Robert Kreiser Karen Kreiser Edward Krum Debbie Kuhn Patricia Kuhn Joanne Light Lucille Lingle Janet Long Robert Long Fred Longenecker Gale Longenecker Nancy Marianni Debra Mark Aaron Martin David Martin Wanda Martin Brian Maulfair Robert Metz Jeffrey Meyer Jolene Meyer Robert Micoai Debra Miller Roy Miller Sally Miller Robbie Mitchell Dallas Moyers Renee Musheno Edward Neidigh Michael Nissley Steven Noggle Rich O 'Neil Jeffrey Paine Dale Patches Lawrence Pellegrin Hilda Phillips Douglas Plasterer Beverly Putt Jeffrey Putt Naomi Quiles Janice Reed Pamela Reed Jeffrey Reich Sue Reigle Roy Reitz Sharon'Rhen Randy Rhoad Perry Rodgers Laughlin Rice Kerry Rohland Steve Rooff Roger Sample Diane Sanders Susan Schies Dawn Schwenk Ernest Seyfert Ida Sheetz Richard Sheetz i Robert Shellenberger Daniel Sherman 55 657 - , ,! ,J A ,AJjQ'4, ig ,ji A J 1 fi J J. 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'XX l E-1, N l -if 5 . gm is 'l ,"L ffl, Elaine Brubaker Cynthia Buffenmeyer Michael Capriottl David Carpenter Karen Caruso joseph Centini Beverly Chadwick Lydia Cintron Joan Clawser Randolph Croce Wilma Custer Gary Cunnan Fred Daub ert Kenneth Diem Jed Dutweiler Kathy Early Diane Ebersole Glenn Ebersole Diane Ebright Gerald Eby Christopher Edris Anne Ehrhart Jeff Ellenberger Earl Evans Betty Fake Jonathon Fake Mary Finkbiner Paula F orwood Michael Frattaroli Robert Frey Brenda Fuhrman Albert Garis Heather Berber Susan Gibson Joyce Gingrich Steven Graby Eugene Graham Sally Hallman Sandra Hanlon Dale Hardy Gayle Hartman Lynwood Heagy Nelson Heagy Barbara Hein Earl Hein joseph Heller Barbara Hemperly Yvonne Hemperly Beth Henning Michael I-liles Susan Hirshbock Brenda I-Ii1z Scott Hitz Debra Hoffman George I-Iopple Daniel Horn Calvin Hostetter Kevin I-Iostetter Linda Houser Cordell Howard John I-lower Sandra Hudson Kim Jamison John Johnson Craig Kettering John Kirkwood Joyce Kleinfelter Doris Kline Mary Kline Sharon Kramer Keith Kreider Bonnie Kreiser Robert Kreiser Karen Kreiser Edward Krum Debbie Kuhn Patricia Kuhn Joanne Light Lucille Lingle Janet Long Robert LO11g Fred Longenecker Gale Longenecker Nancy Marianni Debra Mark Aaron Martin David Martin Wanda Martin Brian Maulfair Robert Metz Jeffrey Meyer Jolene Meyer Robert Micozzi Debra Miller Roy Miller Sally Miller Robbie Mitchell Dallas Moyers Renee Musheno Edward Neidigh Michael Nissley Steven Noggle Rich O'Neil Jeffrey Paine Dale Patches Lawrence Pellegrini Hilda Phillips Douglas Plasterer Beverly Putt Jeffrey Putt Naomi Quiles Janice Reed Pamela Reed Jeffrey Reich Sue Reigle S , if if j - - . 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H h-it l V33 S 137 Richard Shindel Jeffrey Shott Dennis Shuman Diane Smith Rick Smith F Q-aj A i f Eleanor Snavely Irvin Snavely . - ' David Snyder .y H 1 Samuel Snyder 5 " 5 ' - ' Nancy Sollenberger f ' Richard Stachow gy N Dale Stephen n M , Gail Stephen J , V 'l' 5? Lynn Struphar Inf: X' , . Lf- -, - Cynthia Sweeney A Q ' -P-Wai" Roxanne Swisher ' ' ' M i jeffrey Tankersley ' s,f9?,"g'Q:3',15'r F Edward Tate x Q rafiawllfvr . Kay Tshudy flflzw, ,,i,Qjk32f1"f -f,- Susan Tucker V ",,.4 Eugene Turasky 1 if Allen Ulrich - ': Karen Unger Mig - Rose Via ' ' " " Catherine Weaber g,3g53Xg3gg5:g,3gf5e:3 .. my - Debbie Wartluft Byron Weik ' ' . 'f- Samuel Wengert Q H A Scott Wertz V A M ' Pamela Wilt ' lf S -, Randy Wilt JJ.. f ' Sarah Wilt - ' A -- iff? ,l Robert Witman ik -N ' ' VIZA jeffrey Witmeyer up ' Of 1974 :',i if -af: . . '12 ar, 'N I ei fi if - 'X Lf 11-' jeffrey Wolfe Suanne Wolfe Daryl Yake Linda Yeagley Gregory Young Steven Zellers Darlene Zern Marilyn Zimmerman Dean Achey Cheryl Albright Joan Arnold Janice Bachman Doris Baker Rebecca Beuchle Kay Beily jill Bingman Thomas Birch Susan Bixler Michael Blantz Philip Blount Willian Boger Thomas Bomgardner jan Bowman Cheryl Brandt Donna Brinker Bonnie Brown Tim Brown Eric Brummer Mary Bryce Cynthia Bucher jean Buchmoyer ' Elene Bucks ,- 4' Bonita Buffengmeyer 'Mini' gl jeff Chernich K 'A' A' .tp , Holly Cintron , . April Coleman ., T john Cook nv Steve Cretor Steven Dailey I 1 .C ,Pi 4 rw ya Sf' 'Wai ev' -. T '51, 'g. : ...Q V X M' n 6 x A1"' is "' 'Q 5, H ' 6 0 ' .4 , y 1 fd 'Fx A lk J N - 4. , "'- ai-75 x'5Q.,11?, ax e- . iz Xl 4 ni -.Jaf-s.-r., I N if . 'X ' x Michael Day - V, 1- M I 3, Harold Dewees L N Ig, lg- M M it , 4? .g,'5W,2Q Jay Dietrich 3 :wi A as N, +2 -ff: Douglas Dohner . 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Z . , ' Karen Hostetter .X i ' I, NNviE',5? , x .X 1' . i .lf W A .4 'Va 1 Scott I-louser Iolynda jones Cynthia Kaylor Vicki Kaylor Holly Keller Richard Keller X xiy ffl If " ' .Md ,M ,fl D., 1 ktjtf . , ,4 A lu 'V "" X ni .NL P754 .IA V 1. 'gi-' wi , V 5 , s 4 ' . . Q, ' f 'W ' f 1 1 y . Xb V Q . , H Richard Kepley , David Kerkeslager A. Brian Kettering wx w i Q John Kincaid , 'fi ' - Samuel Kincaid ' 'M' F Scott Klopp , jim Knight Q , Sharon Kreider . ., ' , a. , -, Richard Kreiser I I LJ, 'T Q ' james Krouse L, F- . Kim Kuhn .- ' A Q Q ' " 1, y Randy Leonard Hi ,V k E X Lance Light "' f' ' T 44 HZ! . 'fr-FB,-,ma ' J' -4-nl I girl' vga, Q1 4 .adj N -md ,,i. , V rv' ,A w Y' L L 5, x I ha li if P H-P X Q42 -3 J 1 . iff ' 'A ll ggfvu ,N 7 r. S' , y N19 vi' -za ia ' --9 ' G. i, - H ,. -- , - it 5 V yy M Q' Z x A In W 'HX ..l . Mal' . ff i ' L R f ,J I ily:-Q, x 19 ' ", AY ,L " 32:1 1 X ' l . fi iili r Pg I I.. jf -od X ,I-gr I 4 : : , .H ., J 1 ia 1. , Q75. ,X-.. 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V 5 if 51 V4 V' Karen Long Mark Longenecker Cheryl Loy Stacie Martin Patricia Meily Craig Meyer Sue Meyer Carlton Miller Cindy Miller Connie Miller Dale Miller Dennis Miller Michael Miller Miriam Miller Stephen Miller Valerie Miller Douglas Moeckel Pamela Moyer Debra Newman Heather Noll Randi O'Nei1 Karen Paine Sandra Pellman Robert Peters janet Peterson Kim Powell Dale Rauch Robert Reed Bill Reigert james Reist Steven Riehl Sharon Rockovich Brenda Rott Curtis Rowland Roberta Royer Joseph Sattazahn Amy Schdfer Linda Schwenk Glenn Sellers Karen Sellers x V X, ,Q 'JN ,,,v ,K -J E- . ,.:!'c, Robin Shearer Scott Shindel Michael Shirk Beverly Shuey David Shuman David Smith Donald Smith Harold Smith Michael Snyder Richard Snyder David Speraw Fred Stafford john Stranick Donna Sweigart Brian Taulbee Michael Tobias Penelope Tobias Kathryn Trautman , ' u i sg, , A Mary Troutman tit. ,.. r. Q' 'il Tonya Weaber Naomi Weaver Daniel Weimer Gary Vragovich Michael Wagner Randall Wampler Connie Watson jane Watts Dale Waybright Dale Weaber ,Qu X 2 Q E, n "Q an 1.6,-, ali" ' rr 'fn Y . :f..4 Perry Weimer Debra Wengert Sharon Whitman Michael Wilhelm Virginia Wilt Michael Wolfe Rebecca Wolfe Steven Yeakel Cathy Yellets Kevin Yingst jeff Yorty Brenda Young jeff Yotmg Kim Adkins Ann Appelt Cevilla Appelt Denah Appelt Tom Arndt Charles Barton Ricky Bates William Batula jack Baum Lucienne Beard Lynda Becker Richard Behney Paola Benedetti Cindy Blantz Harold Blantz Karl Bohr Steven Bomberger Adrian Bordlemay Deana Bowers David Bowman Jeanne Bowman Karen Bowman Lorraine Bowman Margaret Bowman Michael Bowman Edwina Boyer Timothy Boyer David Brandt Timothy Brandt Ella Breaithwaite Elizabeth Brensinger Michael Brough i me ll ' 2 N Y A . . 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'41 aft '-5' 'il ki' 55' v Kevin Bucks Ricky Buff enmeyer Cynthia Butler Lee Campbell Denise Carpenter Randolph Centini Steven Clay Denise Climenhaga janet Croce Jeffrey Custer B rian Delong Rita DeSantis William DeSantis David Deysher Bruce Dohner Gregory Dubbs Anne Dwyer Debra Early Timothy Early Dale Ebersole Kim Ebersole Richard Edris Valerie Eisley Eric Ensminger Bonnie Evans Dominic Faiola Thomas Fair Janice Fasnacht Susan Fees Ruth Flowers Daniel Fogleman Paulette Fogleman Regina Forti Samuel Funk Edward Gamber Elizabeth Gamble Roberta Ganter Jeanne Gassert Kay Gerber joseph Getz Brian Gibson Linda Gingrich Michael Gingrich jeffrey Graby Debbie Graves Lorie Grier Richard Harris Bradley Hartman Luke I-leagy George I-leckard David Heisey Margaret Herr Randy Herr james Hershberger Craig I-less Kathleen I-litZ Mary I-litz Nancy Hitz Edward Hoff er Thomas Hollinger Linda Hontz Lori Horn Glenn Hostetter Natalie I-lostetter Linda I-Iouti Ralph Houtz Steven Howard Martha Howell john lmboden Dean Jamison Mike Kaylor Kim Keller Ralph Keller Janice Kepley Ruth Klapper Roy Kleinfelter Randy Krall Cynthia Kramer Pamela Kramer David Kreider Karl Kreider Jeffrey Kreiser Kevin Kreiser Michael Kyne Keith Lambert Tim Landis Kathy Lingle Tim Longenecker Marilyn Loy Mike Lyons Maureen McConnel Elmer McKinney Scott Marshall Dale Martin Jolie Martin Sally Martin Claudia Miller Marcia Miller Stephanie Miller Stephanie Morrow Michael Noggle Sherry Nye Ann Ober Alma Oberholtzer Randy Parker Brenda Payette Amy Peters Tammy Plasterer Kathi Powell Brian .Putt Linda Rasp Sherry Rauch Corinne Reber Pandora Reese Bonnie Reigert Richard Rhoads Virginia Righter Harold Risser John Risser Kim Risser Luke Risser Janice Rohland Renee Royer Thomas Royer Ruben Ruiz Thomas Sanders Marianne Sattazahn Randy Schwalm Dawn Sheetz Elizabeth Sherman Kenneth Shifflet Jeff Sholly Pamela Smith Shelly Snyder Eric Sowers Kathryn Speraw Russell Speraw William Speraw Robert Stachow Rick Stark Glenn Stegall Galen Stevens Valerie Stima Debbie Stoner , 5 U, -1 V 'fe ' , fa ffl' ' ' V7 --AIH I '-', ' :ji I A X if Q' 'iri brim, H NI , U L: V 'f " Lf ' -' N' '.4, V ' . 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A' L - l Tf 1 -"J" x 'K Elise Nelson Shelia Nye Kathy Ob erholtzer Alan O'Neal Brenda P arks Wendy Peiffer Dean Pellman Anita Peterson Debra Poorman Michael Posey Olga Quiles Dean Rauch Kim Reber Deborah Redinger Marilyn Reigel Sharon Reigle Brenda Rein Garry Rhine james Righter Andrew Risser Randall Risser Randy Rodgers Cheryl Rodkey Sherry Roth Michael Rott Keith Sattesahn james Sat-tazahn Rick Schools Mark Seiger jackie Shaffer Jody Shanaman Louis Shindell Mary Shurnan Karen Simmons Rosemarie Simpson Glenn Smith Lorri Smith Stephanie Smith Stephen Smith David Snavely Howard Speraw Susan Stachow Daryl Stephen Kathy Stephen Marcia Stranick Terry Sweigert Lois Taulbee Steven Taulbee Thomas Taylor Larry Tobias james Turasky Kevin Ulrich Diane Vesay C arol Vragovich David Wagner Lloyd Walborn Randy Walborn john Waldhausen Cynthia Waltz Rickie Weaber Karen Wengert Kathy White Roger Wickes Elizabeth Williams Daniel Wilt Daniel Wilt jeffrey Witmer Dawn Wolfe Cynthia Woods Kathleen Yeagley jonathan Yorty Bonita Zellers I N 1 Graduation 1971 fffg - -9 k ra fs Fi? AER ua 1921 ,R-'FQ 'Q Q Donna Shellenb erger bequeaths her baton to Deb Wagner- Rozelle Boyer leaves her dramatic talents to Liz Lingle- Renee Adomaitis gives her V-F-W- Aux- iliary membership card to Marlene Smitley Kathy Kirkwood's artistic talents to Debbie Hackenberg. Karen Bissinger leaves her wardrobe to Jo- Ann Tresco. Sharon Long's extra inches to Becky Brown- ing- Joe Troutzmsn gives his VW experience to Paul Kreider. Dale Gingrich wills his football talent to Ed Posey- Tom Foltz leaves his blue denim jumpsuit and checkered shirt to Ken Kleinfelter- Barb Granger gives her infectious giggle to Judy Trauger. Pam O'Neal's colorful vocabulary to Syl- via Frey- Dave Snavely's perfect attendance record in Latin class to Diane Bowman- Vicki Miller gives her crown to next year's Homecoming Queen. Bob Dailey gives his English notes to Den- nis Eshleman. Brenda Coleman's basketball skills to Diane Folk Ron Long gives his height to Ken Bom- gardner- Debbie I-Ierr's and Dianna Hoffsmi1:h's pop- ularity in the ag. ed. area to next year's float riders . LuAn.n Meyer's devotion and lasting attach- ment to Sally Shenk- Karen Schneider gladly gives the yearbook to Jana Kingsley- Dave Miller wills his car to Lee Hitz- Mike Fansler gives his good standing with Mr- Huey to Sam Martin- Randy Loeb's unlimited selection of cars to Randy Musheno - Dave Sollenberger donates his "love" for the establishment to Mark Wethington- Class Will We Do Bequeath - . Velma Sweigert's talent for car accidents to Donna Whitman. Joan Sattazahn gives her job in the office as typist for Mr- Magill to Maryann Gassert. Bonnie Shceib wills her oboe to Karen Hollowell- Dale Reigle gives his love for the 440 to Dennis Leonard. Deb Carpenter gives her "Dutchmen" mas- cot outfit to Mary Risser. Kevin Ba1'ry's sideburns to Dennis Hines, regardless of the poor color match. Tom Lingle donates his seat in homeroom D-35 to Ben Keener. Pat Young donates her cutting scissors to Joyce Herr. Cindy Martin gives her ability to throw javelin to Sandy Nye. Joanna Mumma Gives her hair to Penny Brown- Esther Lentz donates her curlers to Joyce Schwenk- Darleen Brandt wills her shorthand speed to Nancy McC orkle- Peg Arnold's quietness to Susan Blatt. June Cialone wants to share her bright col- ored clothes with Theresa Ercoli- lda Keener and Mary Jane Clawser give their shorthand books and pencils to Dianne Shenk and Debbie Miller- Sharon Lash wills her shyness to Sue Hough- Edie Imboden's unintentioned, uncouth re- marks in English class to next year's big- mouth. Steeve Reese gives his crutches to Randy Gingrich. Faith Williams and Joanne Sellers want to share their future in nursing with Marie Forney. Colleen Sholley gives her talent at the piano keyboard to her sister, Cindy- Lucinda Shies wants to donate her Valiant to Paul Hess. Nancy Keith gladly gives her bookkeeping troubles to Vicki Howard- Karen Klick wills her volleyball skills to Patti Light. 148 Julie l-lopple is generous enough to give Shelia Lash her clarinet. Gail Walborn's hot car to Lisa Steiner. Thelma I-Ieagy wants to give her junky locker to Lou Ann Wartluft. Karol Gress gives her speeches from spee class to Jenny Gamble- David Wise gives his love for the short pu to Sam Wells. I-Iarold Jorstacl gives his body to Charlagn Dubbs. Tom I-leffner gives nothing to next year's miser. Deb Weaber gives her skill as a waitress t Nancy George- Pamela Wilhelm gives her musical ability to C athy I-larner. Beverly Fuhrman gladly gives her bookkee ing books to Kay Wampler. Marilyn Raber donates her shyness in class to Linda Kleinfelter- Dawn Garosi gladly gives the newspaper to her sister Gail- Scott Kercher gives his whisper to Tony Ebersole- Keith I-lemperly gives his curly hair to Ernie I-licksenheiser. Larry Stegall's hits in baseball to Dennis Sattasahn. Olive Graff gives her pastel glass frames to Sanclrs Troutman. Donna Grier's subtle charm to Doreen Shott Kathy Horn wills her messy pocketbook to Kathy Hartman- Nancy Hudson gives her pre-engagement ring to Judy Krall. R315 Dotter gives his illegible handwriting to Bruce Long- Jeff Bucks And Dave Tankersley give their cars to Aaron Whitinan and Ken Wartluft. I-Ienry Wampler gives his patience with Miss McCulloh to John Moeckel- Linda Jefferies wants to give her Santa Claus suit to next year's Santa. Neil Ebersole donates his football ability to Greg Kramer. Robin Bowman, Earnest Brightbill, and john Hanlon give their seats on the Vo- Tech bus to Clarence Knight, Tim Kreider, and Richard Atkins. Dwight Ensminger wills his acting ability and singing voice to Bruce Long. Terry Rhoades and Rich Smith give their footballs and spikes to Ed I-Iostetter and Sam Breidcnstine . jeff Miller's hot dog pants to Brian Wolfe- Dave Brandt's D.C. camera which does not exist to jeff Hackman. Carl Gacono's wrestling skills to Tom Tex- ter. Dan I-Iardy's popularity and academic skills to Dale, his brother. jeff Sample is to be divided equally among juniors of the fairer sex- Charlotte Graham gives her "devotion" to German and long hours of study to Marcia Rhodes. Mary Bucher leaves her position in the FNA to next yea.r'S group of nurses- Bob Meily donates his position as official musical curtain man to next year's victim- Pam Boger gives her position in her many school activities to Diane Tice. Paula Schwa1m's lubricated jaws to Steph Campbell- Jeff Shade leaves his blond hair to Dennis Stephen- Mike Kreider's soccer talents to George Smith. Phil Keller leaves his broad jump records to Tim SanMartin. Steve Vanovich, with relief, gives his seat in Mr- Trimmer's office to joe Fake. Ken Bohr's illegal absences to Les Garis. Boyd I-Iitz's FFA duties and honors to Chris Long - Richard I-Iarner's "love" for chemistry and its instructor to Cathy Guidon Ted Schcaffer's brain to a junior who needs it. Ron Bitch leaves his quiet facade to jim Kincaid- Marty Brandt leaves all his Boy Scout badges and merit awards to anyone who wants them. jo Bainbridge bequeathes her smile to Beth Biely. Barb Brandt shares her secret of catching Cedar Crest guys with Chris Gollam. Barb Ensminger donates her finger nails to Bobbie Rothenburger. Mike Ulrich's original art ideas to Audrey Hostetter- Geraldine Blauch and judy Waybright leave their commercial skills to Karen Hoover- Lynette Zengerle le aves her wild wardrobe to Becky Grant- Charlie Greenawalt's hurdling ability to Blake Caldwell. Kathy Shenk gives her popularity with the teachers to Sharon Dailey. Sherry Borges' tennis racket to Shirley Weidler- jeff Snavely's WCTU special award to Tuck Nash. john Wise bequeaths his pitching arm to Tom Imboden- Dave Peters gives his high jump ability to Barth Keck- Terry Smith gives his easy-going personal- ity to Brian Burke- Randy Moore's quietness to Richard Parker. Donna Edris gives her dark eyes to Anita Zettlemoyer- Cyndi Gross's quiet voice to jacalyn Ging- rich. ,Till Hirschbock's position as a library assist- ant to Laurie Miller- Rochelle Halsell and Mary Ann Livering give their freckels to Diane Light. Rose Sheetz gives her food preparation talents to Alice Arndt- Nancy Smith gives her diamond ring to the first engaged junior girl- Sue Shuey gives her talents in home eco- nomics to Debbie Noll- Donna Watts gives her co-captain position on the cheering squad to Sharon Shirk- Dave Graby leaves his stamina to jim I-Iostetter. john Granger leaves his golden tongue to a junior good-guy- Brenda I-lostetter and Joyce Klahr leave their positions on a church home-staff to Liz I-lower. Leslie Zimmerman bequeaths her curly hair to Barbara Breaithwaite - Curt Winters leaves his supply of clarinet reeds to Glenn Zearfoss. Merv Wampler gives his studiousness to -Larry Edris- 149 Anne Poad's eye make-up to Kim Tshudy. Scott Kettering gives his musical ability to john Kless . Randy Miller gives his position as juvenile probation officer to Miles Fogelman. Bill Herr gives his "super qualities" to Big Rob Marquette. Dennis Struphar's bat and ball to Checker Watts . Cherie Tobias' position on the cheering squad to Bonnie Donmoyer- Michelle Zeck gives her lounge duties to .Cathy Marshall. Forrest Sheffy donates his preference for giving ethnic comments and "unbiased" opinions to someone, somewhere, some- how. Pam Murphy leaves her leftover Washing- ton tickets to Colleen Adomaitis. Sue Nissely's band front position to Anita Get - Howard Miller gives his tractor to Sue Ann, his sister, to carry on the tradition- Tom Fernsler wills his trombone to any as- piring yotuig musician who wants it. Ken Long gladly shares his experiences with driving to Vo-Tech with Denny Leon- ard. jay Gibson leaves his golden locks to some poor fool who needs more fun- Richard Hitz leaves his track medal to next year's century Speedster and his football touchdown to next year's tailback. Donald Parker leaves his farming instincts to Dave Finl-zbiner. Gerald Kreider gives his quiet mischiev- ousness to Larry Boeshore. john Kline donates his last name to Sharon Kline, fas if she needs itj- Mel Haldeman leaves his shy smile to Marcia Taulbee. joe Forti leaves his hardest- to-will-fronv title to next year's number 141 . Reprinted by permission of "The Dutch- men Crier". ARNOLD, MARGRET ANN 6, 63, 92, 147 BAINBRIDGE, JO LINDA 6, 147 BERRY, KEVIN PAUL 6,49,59, 77,98 BIRCH, RONALD JAY 6, 75, 80,98, 124, 128, 147 BISSINGER, KAREN LYNN 6, 119, 147 BLAUCH, GERALDINE PAY 6, 62, 64, 93, 120, 147 BOI-IR, KENNETH DAVID 7, 147 BORGES, SHERRY ANN 7, 71, 92, 93,123 147 BOWERS, JAMES CRAIG 7,111,124,128, 147 BOWMAN, ROBIN L. 7,147 BOGER, PAMELA LOUISE 7, 31,92, 109, 120,121,147 BOYER, ROZELLE NIELODY 7, 12,60, 68, 92,99,147 BRANDT, BARBARA ANN 7, 54,64, 120, 147 BRANDT, DARLEEN MARIE 8,92,147 BRANDT, DAVID IRVIN 8, 120, 147 BRANDT, MARTIN LEROY 7, 8, 31, 32, 49, 8O,81,98,114,119,124,128,147 BRIGHTBILL, EARNEST EUGENE 8,12d, 121,147 BUCHER, MARY E. 8,147 BUCKS, JEFFREY EARL 8, 54, 147 CARPENTER, DEBORAH JAYNE 9, 64, 92, 120,147 CIALONE, JUNE ELIZABETH 9, 64, 92, 120, 147 CLAWSER, MARY JANE 9, 92, 147 COLEMAN, BRENDA LEE 9,82,98, 106, 107,147 DAILEY, ROBERT LEON 9, 32, 54, 80, 98, 102,104,119,129,130,131,147 DOTTER, RAY EDWARD 9, 66, 119, 147 EBERSOLE, NEIL LESLIE 10,14,49,51,58, 75, 77, 94, 98, 129, 130, 131, 147 EDRIS, DONNA LEE 10,147 ENSIVHNGER, BARBARA ANN 10,64,92, 120,147 ENSMINGER, DWIGHT DOUGLAS 10, 24, 26, 28, 52, 59, 64,92,99, 117, 120, 147 FANSLER, MICHAEL LLEWELLYN 10, 64, 3 98, 102,111, 120,147 FELTY, GLORIA JEAN 1O,92,93,147 FERNSLER, THOMAS JAY 11,59,77,92, 12O,124,128,147 FOLTZ, THOMAS BRUCE 11, 14,31, 75, 77,124,128,147 EORTI, JOSEPH FRANK 11,147 EUHRMAN, BEVERLY EAYE 11, 147 GACONO, CARL BRUCE 11,64, 84,98, 111, 120,147 GAROSI, DAWN MARIE 11, 22,66,99, - 119,147 GIBSON, JAT WESLEY 11, 124, 128,147 GINGRICH, DALE HOWARD 9, 11, 14, 21, 32,59,75,77,98,104,131,147 GRAAF, OLIVE ANN 12, 62, 93, 147 GRABY, D. DAVID 12,80,98, 124, 125, 147 GRAHAM, CHARLOTTE MAE 10,12,23, 52,6O,92,93,119,147 GRANGER, BARBARA ANN 12,15,92,98, 108,109,147 GRANGER, JOHN DOUGLAS 12,49,68,70, 77,9O,Q1,96,98, 115, 117, 120, 121,147 GREENAWALT, CHARLES EDWIN 12,13, 28,84,92,12O,121,124,147 GRESS, KAROL ELLEN 13,539,147 GRIER, DONNA MARIE 13,60,62,93,99, 147 GROSS, CYNTHIA LOUISE 13,60,68,93, 96,147 HALDEMAN, MELVIN R. 13,147 HALSELL, ROCHELLE MARIE 13,6o,99, 106,147 HANLON, JOHN HOUSTON 13,147 HARDY, DANIEL GEORGE 13,147 Class Index I-IARNER, RICHARD SCOTT 14,19,64, 92,119,12O,147 HEAGY, THELMA JUNE 14,147 HEFFNER, THOMAS A. 14,8O,92,12O, 124, 128,147 HEMPERLY, KEITH TRACY 14,147 HERR, DEBORAH ANN 14,62,92,147 HERR, WILLIAM GEORGE 14, 32,49,58, 59,75,77,104,131,147 HIRSCHBOCK, JILL LOUISE 15,60, 63, 93, 147 HITZ, BOYD MITCHELL 15, 78, 94, 124, 147 HITZ, RICHARD ALFRED 15,28,67, 77, 98,124,125,128,147 HITZ, TERRY LEE 1S,125,129,147 HOEESMITH, DIANNA DEE 15,62,63,82, 147 HOPPLE, IULIANNE LEE 15,19,58,82,92, 93,98, 106, 120,147 HOSTETTER, BRENDA, MARIE 16,29,31, 60, 119, 147 HORN, KATHLEEN LOUISE 16,92,115,147 HUDSON, NANCYP. 16 IMBODEN, EDITH JANE 16, 92, 119 JEPERIES, LINDA LEE 16,93,99 IORSTAD, HAROLD JOSEPH JR. 16 KEENER, IDA 16,93 KEITH, NANCY LOUISE 17 KELLER, PHILLIP PAUL 17, 51, 77, 98, 124, 128 KERCHER, SCOT HOWARD 17 KETTERING, SCOTT STEPHAN 17,64,92, 120 KIRKWOOD, KATHY LUCILLE 17, 6O,93, 119 KLAHR, JOYCE MARIE 17, 62,93 KLICK, KAREN ELAINE 18,64,92, 93, 120 KLINE, JOHN RUSSELL 18 KREIDER, GERALD RICHARD 18 KREIDER, MICHAEL LEE 18, 86, 147 LASH, SHARON LOUISE 18, 60, 92, 147 LENTZ, ESTHER NAOMI 18,93 LINGLE, THOMAS GEORGE 18,98,147 LIVERING, MARY ANN 19,147 LOEB, RANDALL CRAIG 19,59, 77,98, 129,13O,131,147 LONG, KENNETH LEE 19,147 LONG, RONALD GREGORY 18,19,147 SHARON LOUISE LONG 18, 19,49,50, 70, 92,96,98,99,108,109,119,120,147 MARTIN, CYNTHIA MICHELE 19,64,12O, 147 MEILY, ROBERT ANDREW 20, 49, 58, 129, 147 MEYER, LUANN KAY 20, 60, 70, 92, 98, 147 MILLER, DAVID LEE 20,541,147 MILLER, HOWARD GEORGE 20,911,147 MILLER, IEFFERY LYNN 20,52,58,64, 84, 86,92,102,124,125,126,128,147 MILLER, RANDALL LLOYD 20,147 MILLER VICKI ANN 21, 31, 51, 92, 108, 109, 120,147 MOORE RANDALL KEITH 21, 64, 120, 147 MUMMA, JOANNA MARY 21,147 MURPHY PAMELA JEANNE 21, 60, 92, 147 NISSLEY, SUSAN CLAIRE 21, 64, 92, 147 O'NEAL PAMELA LEE 21,107,147 PARKER, DONALD LYNN 22, 147 PETERS, DAVID M. 22,32,75,77,12O, 124,125,128,147 POAD, ANNE ELIZABETH 22,64,12O,147 PYLES, JOHN 22,147 RABER, MARILYN JEAN 22, 62, 93, 147 REESE, STEVE KIM 22, 49, 58, 64, 77, 92, 98,100,120,124,128,147 REIGLE, DALE ALLEN 23, 84, 86, 111, 119, 120, 124,128,147 REITZ, THERESA 23,147 RHOADS, TERRY LEE 23,58, 77, 78,94,98, 124,128,147 SAMPLE, JEFFREY LYNN 23, 77, 100, 119, 147 SANDERS, DAWN L. 23,147 SATTAZAI-IN, JOAN ANN 23, 62, 93, 147 SCHAEEER, TED CURRAN 23, 31, 32, 80, 81,92,98,102,103,104,120,124,128, 147 SCHEIB, BONITA MARIE 24,60, 63,92, 120,147 SCHIES, LUCINDA ANN 24,147 SCHNEIDER, KAREN SUE 24,54,62, 63,6 70,92,98,99,106,107,120,147 SCHWALM, PAULA MARIE 20,24,27,64, 70,82,92,93,99,106,120,121,147 SELLERS, JOANNE MARIE 24, 93, 147 SHADE, JEFFREY GEORGE 15, 24, 26, 54, 59,68,84,85,91,92,96,99,120,147 SHEETZ, ROSEANN 25,147 SI-IEFFY EORREST KEITH 25, 80, 98, 119, 124,128,147 SI-IELLENBERGER, DONNA LOU 25, 64, 12 147 SI-IENK, KATHLEEN LOUISE 25, 82, 92, 98 106, 123, 147 SI-IOLLY, COLLEEN MARIE 25,62,93,119 147 SHUEY, ENOS EARL JR. 25,147 SI-IUEY, SUSAN KAYE 26, 66, 119, 147 SMITH, NANCY DAWN 26, 62, 93, 147 SMITH, RICHARD ADAM 26, 77, 111, 124 128, 147 SMITH, TERRY LYNN 26, 50, 64, 84,92, 120, 147 SNAVELY, DAVID GINGRICH 26, 32, 84, 92,98,102,103,104,124,131,147 SNAVELY, JEEEREY ALLEN 26, 147 SOLLENBERGER, DAVID ALAN 24, 26, 59, 64,84,85,92,96,98,12O,121,124,126, 128, 147 STEGALL, LARRY EUGENE 27, 53, 80, 98, 129, 130, 147 STRUPHAR, DENNIS ROBERT 27, 80, 92, 98,120,129,131,147 SWEIGERT, VELMA ANN 27, 64, 70, 120, 147 TANKERSLEY, DAVID KEITH 27, 147 TOBIAS, CHERIE MARIE 27, 49, 51, 70,92, 98,99,108,109,119,147 TROUTMAN, JOSEPH CLAYTON 27, 147 TURASKY, EDWARD PETER 28,59,77,124 128,147 UI-IRICH, MICHAEL LEE 17,28,147 VANOVICI-I, STEPI-IAN GEORGE 28,5O,147 WALBGRN, GAIL ELAINE 28, 64, 120, 147 WAMPLER, HENRY E. 6,28,49,S1,75,77, 147 WAMPLER, MERVIN DALE 28, 92,119, 124, 128,147 WANNER, LARRY EUGENE 29, 147 WATTS, DONNA MARIE 29,49,5o,60, 70, 92, 98, 108, 109, 147 WAYBRIGHT, JUDY ANN 29, 58, 62, 63, 64,82,92,93,98, 106,119, 120,147 WEABER, DEBRA JUNE 29,147 WILHELM, PAMELA ANN 13, 24, 26,28, 29,59,92,147 WILLIAMS, FAITH MARIE 29,92,93,14-7 WINTERS, CURTIS DEE 29,64,92,111, 120,147 WISE, JOHNNY ALLEN 30, 92, 129, 130, 147 WISE, DAVID RANDOLPH 3O,92,124,128, 147 YOUNG, PATRICIA ANN 30,147 ZECK, MICHELLE LOUISE 27, 30, 70, 83, 92, 98,120,147 ZENGERLE, LYNETTE MARIE 30, 70, 83, 98,99,100', 147 ZERN, RICHARD LEE 30,147 ZIMMERMAN, LESLIE JAN 30, 62, 93, 147 H , . 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Harold Sellers Joanne Sellers G. A. Shank Dr . and Mrs. Frederick Sheese Henry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struphar Mr . and Mrs. Ammon Sweigert "The Tiger Trainer" Mr . and Mrs . john Ulrich Miss Fannie Unger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Waybright Whites' Food Market Mr . and Mrs . Robert Williams Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wolfe Wolfe's Barber Shop Gold Annville News Agency A. P. Bucks and Sons, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. john H. Boger Mr. and Mrs. Donald Books jack F. Carpenter, Gulf Davis Pharmacy Edris Service Station and Garage john E. Ensminger, Insurance H. C. Gingrich Plumbing Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gollam Eugene W. Graham, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Granger Granger's Poultry Market Mark C . Hershey Mr. and Mrs. Marlin H. Hitz Hostettor's Shoes and Clothing johnson's Hotel Paul H. Kettering Sporting Goods Mr. and Mrs. Robert E . Kreamer Lebanon Valley Offset l. M . Long Insurance and Bonds H. L. Meyer, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Miller Music's ARCO Reigle's Tavern Serrv International Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. George W. Snavely Umberger's Mill Viozzi's Food Market Washington Band of Annville Wengert's Dairy Wilt Quality Silk Screening, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Zeck Silver Annville Auto Center Annville Frozen Food Service Mr. and Mrs. John R . Bainbridge BHM Farm Equipment, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Elias D. Blauch Brandt's Mill Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brandt Lucille Brandt Mr. Norman Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Brandt Mrs. Harvey R. Clawser Cleona Coca-Cola Co . Cleona Colonial Autos, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coleman Patrons Doris Dohner Beauty Salon Roy T. Ebersole, Auctioneer Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Edward Fernsler, Sr . Thomas B. Foltz Dr. and Mrs. Russell Gingrich Green Terrace Mr . and Mrs . Clair Grubb H and H Farm Tack Shop Mr . and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr . and Mrs Mr. and Mrs . Harry I-Iertzog . Wilmer Hirschbock . George Keenan . Russell Kettering . Luther F. Klick Kraemer Bros. Furniture Co. 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