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

 - Class of 1974

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Ending . . . ....3 .,..4 .....14 ...H48 ....108 ...414O .,..148 ...,184 ...,190 .,..192 Y :lf r 5? 3 3 if i F 5 41,04-mm ur l mmm i , , The 1974 Corinoma is dedicated to the graduating class. We, the class of 1974, would like to explain our seemingly egotistical yearbook dedication. In essence we are not dedicating this yearbook to ourselves, we are dedicating it to everyone responsible for making us what we are, for changing us from students to adults. Although we went through many difficult days in high school, through their unselfish concern for us many sincere people helped our school years to be happy and valua- ble. Although we sometimes acted disrespectfully toward teachers and staff members, looking back we realize how much these people helped us, It is impossible to list the names of all who have helped us, but most of all we would like to give special recognition to Miss Eleanor Wit- meyer and Mr. Adam Barnhart, our class advisors, who went far beyond the definition of class advisor in their efforts to help us. To all these people, and especially our advisors, We dedicate our yearbook and offer our thanks. Dedicafion 1974 We rise wifh fhe sun: bleary-eyed and sleepy We awake fo fhe sound of unnofieed ennouneemenfs. Z We live in a welfer of insurmounfable mafh problems ferm papers, moufh-wafering food, and unbelievable confusion. N J Q Q f:'1IE:'Y"f' ' T, fy fsffnf "3""iiE6,7A7??'fW i 'JF . Q ei wif1s2:fTia5gff e 1: yf , aw, '1.z'i'1"ff'ff ., x 5 4. e ,g s 4.,.,.'1Tlf ,- -v :W f V ,I l 1. L, V, ,, ,,.., Mm. , ., ,,,,f,,s,,,1 , "H:f,'::,:y- 1 ' 4 ' , , fi ewimzfi , Wg, ""' P In spife of deadlines and promises 74 pw gf A W, il YY , , I f I "A ' 1 - Il 2' U . 9 41. '-.nz lpn.- we survive! 'lg X Q 5 R 1 x dn tai if fi., , Qu on ... VN Q i s f-J 'Q H: Avi ,gi 1 5-al. -1.1 is I a fy" s ' ,elf Q 0 5 je.. 1 .v" Qi. 0 ll U U C t , .ul ci' 5 0 O 'C of" X U Q Q Q 0 I gl ul We shall leave as old friends in fhe midsf of May and blossoms, 4:-M, , Qs- ',, .w 7 , kj . A . Q , Q ' . , , wwf, Mi' 14 'M' 9-b. V. :,, fr I 'WW ,W ...- ,. , .. . by ,. ' ' " ,ze gigvw:- . I K f :A ,Q-411 4 :-'f' Q'Q ' , , 1 A -if f y Q H- 1: aw-mir -we M , .Xx- Q, NN I .w-s"'Yff"fm'bXf5-f v .. , '- Af Wk-g:f,,, , , ,,.-Q .. 'f sf , V, WNW ., M ai twm. Q ff 5SnfiZW.i1.3 ' 1...n. -' Q z .3 2 Ln. 2' Il S NIORS SENIORS' We Finally Made lf! Dean Achey Cheryl Albright ,Ioan Arnold , ,x' Janice Bachman Doris Baker Donald Beaver 339 Rebecca Bcuchle Kay Biely jill Bingaman i l Left: I put in my dime, now whcrc's my pen? Thomas Birch Susan Bixler Michael Blantz Henry Boger -11:5 Tom Bomgardncr -Ian Bowman Paul Bowman Above: Dan arracks another creative writing assignment. Cheryl Brandt SQ Donna Brinker Left: Dale Miller escorts Kay Biely ar the homecoming game. 'FU' Bonnie Brown Timothy Brown Eric Brummer Mary Bryce Cynthia Bucher jean Buchmoyer Elenc Bucks Bonita Buffenmcycr Sharon Ccntini ,Q 1 3,1 , jeffrey Chemich Holly Cintron April Coleman Steven Dailey Far lcfr: Hard-working seniors? john Day 'Y Harold DcWces Douglas Dohner Douglas Ebersolc Lynn Ebcrsolc Philip Ebersolc Susan Ensminger Timothy Foltz Glenn Fomey 2 R z if V- fx 'A-b, 1' jeffrey Funck Above: Didn'r you find the meaning yer? Michael Gardner Nancy George Gordon Gerber .,cfk5,5': james Gingrich ,Ioan Graff Harry Grant III 7,-v' 'iv Andrew Grier Dawn Haldeman Ann Hamm -fax ,f V53 5' ,QW -W X.: fi W,-5, 1 J- .QS ' my A if K . wg 4 Q. 'YN 'N N. x X K ki i 2.5: .piers , x x t . X.. x 'Y N X NX xA wx n A tx Xi x . 5 XXX :tx ii fi 6, slg 1. Y., ,,.,,,. u . x , X 1 ,- . ik L. l flap ,wtxx ,I N . X X X ll' lg: lx., - ,, ' .A X 3 l Xi' X X ' K' n, - l : l if 'NX -C' , -A s X v X V Q. an , ., In C t I N -X ,Exp - 5 . .. X 2 39. T in ' Q3 N- -1- A Z. I ' ' N ' 4, X ff" , - 'N-if-' .js 2 N ' ,h.wQ,"f- x X141 sf X , W -j13j.sg,4sL If gg A .f l l Opposite page: Upper left: Stuclious Evan? Lower left: Now what do you want? Center: upper: Roll 'em, Sue! Center: Who's winning? Lower: Farewell good ole A.C.H.S. This page: Left: Hang in there Curt! Below: I ran handle itl Bottom: 175 down, 25 to go! my F-Qi: 34 Qqwei 4 3 'A ff, G xx. Righr: This year's members of the Math Team are Doug Ebersolc, Dale Miller, Harry Granr, Rick Harris, Dave Deysher, and Tim Longe- necker, D ps, J g. Diane Hardy Michael Hartman Susan Hartman 5 W, . ....... -Wm-Q. X Ann Heller David Henise jessica Henning Barbara Herr Debra Herr Karen Herrington David Hess Above: Male or Female? Judy Hitz ij .5 1 -'L' -gr" ' " 1 ,223 --- s ,,,,,, hob h ..... cgi ..., ...... E: .......a ..-- ---v ,,,-, .1--1 .......- 1.--J Y -,,,., ...- - 1 O I' V ' lj' K X H U. Right: Wow! What a nice locker. '-W' , ng Dean Hoover Lisa Hoshowcr . 'rv Rebekah Hoff smith Eric Hoke Dennis Hosterter ' 153 A i Karen Hostettcr Scott Houser Cynthia Kaylor Vicki Kavlor -IoLynda jones Holly Keller V43 IM . .-,qw-,, -an, K 3'f'tf'ifaL yi , "WWW Mhz, - ,WR 4,53 af..-t ue Richard Kepley Senior Class Officers and Advisors: Left to right: Miss Whitmeyer, D. Beaver fVice-Prcsidemj, T. Foltz CPresidenrj, S. Meyer fSecreraryj and Mr. Barnhart. Missing: G. Forney fTreasurerJ. nf' .THX -1 4- iifgt K pig 5',Q.i15fav1f' -I ' in i 7,.,'4J" I' ai? --A 'Wx fix.: David Kcrkcslager Samuel Kincaid Kim Kuhn Brian Kettering john Kincaid Y james Knight Sharon Krcidcr Randy Leonard Lance Light Diane Liskey Karen Long 4 Mark Longeneckcr F4 2 Top: D0n'r look girls! Bottom: I hope you'rc not fudging ir! N Cheryl Loy Stacie Martin Patricia Mcily Above: Would you believe a band president doing a headstand in the main lobby? ,f,,-,I -X f r'X Us X J fi? 5 . ff "fa 'ff 4 J ,1 . f' ff. ,1 . :Maia I 1 ' Craig Meyer Suzanne Meyer l Carlton Miller Cynthia Miller 'WP' Q 's,l i 1 r Q f h 'Q -. ' Jeannie and Barb ponder over their , 4 funirc destination. 'mv 5 e Nr-...f Dale Miller Dennis Miller Michael Miller Miriam Miller Douglas Mocckcl Pamela Moyer A-S., W, Debra Newman Heather Noll Randi O'Nea1 N-...M ...al Sv Karen Paine Sandra Pellman Robert Peters Wifi Above: Senior Lounge? janet Peterson Far left: Don't miss! Kimberly Powell Dale Rauch james Rcist AL Charles Rhoads Sharon Rockovich Brenda Rott Curtis Rowland Linda Schwenk Roberta Royer Amy Schaffer Above: Not too hard, Dave! v Glenn Sellers Scott Shindel wr 5 32 A David Shuman Karen Sellers Robin Shearer , -I Iviichael Shirk Beverly Shucy David Smith Harold Smith , w?.wf Right: Who's the lucky one? David Slxraw john Stranick Donna Sweigcrt jeffrey Tankcrslay Brian Taulbee Kathryn Trautman rl 'i Mary Troutman Randall Wampler Dale Waybrighr 2, Z 2, I Michael Wagner Gary Wallace jane Warts Dale Weaber '-N I 'Q -..sw?E.w' f Qaf1gi51Pfffisseli,,w, W "'f11zs:frgz. r' Above: How do I get down? s 1 4- '.s'. ff, Q -- 1, f " 'X . Y ,- .' 'la 1 nh . A , v . Tonya Weaber Naomi Weaver Perry Weimer Debra Wengert Daniel Weimer Sharon Whitman Center: Hey, those feet were made for walking! I4-fr: Go, get 'em, Dave! V L .,....4r"e"' Left: Nor another hole? Michael Wilhelm I Virginia Wilt Michael Wolfe Rebecca Wolfe Cathy Yellets Kevin Yingst SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Philip Blount Steven Creter jay Dietrich Evan Fansler Gregory Forti Daryl Goss Cecil Greenawalt Todd Hollinger Richard Kreiser james Krouse Robert Reed Richard Snyder Fred Stafford jeffrey Yorty Brenda Young Tuesday was such a beautiful day until tragedy struck that eve. It was Victor who was injured on his bike - so very hard to believe. The thirty-one hours of unconsciousness were filled with prayers and tears. Then the rain poured down, and the lightning flashed - but God kept us from our fears, For in that hour somehow you knew God was there to ease the pain. He had come for Victor we were soon informed, but his memory will always remain. Above all else there was his smile, a smile to match no other. T'was meant for all- no favorites played. To him we were all his brother. Of science he was especially fond - a microscope his prized possession. The academic course he would pursue - college was his big ambition. Where a penny could be eamed, he'd be right there no matter what the chore, Selling "Grit," shoveling snow, mowing lawns or the like and was always ready for more. IN M MORIAM Victor Cintron 19561970 AN ANGEL AMONG YOU A proud fellow he always was, self-confident in every way. So grateful to his parents who tried so hard to make it better for him someday. But that day never came, and we'll never know why - r'is a sad, sad thing indeed. But look to the Lord for the way to go and for the strength that we all need. And in quiet moments, as you sit and think of why he was taken away, You'll be quickly reminded that for'a short time you had an angel among you each day. Written by Judith Ann Miller Rodgers CVictor's auntj DEAN ELLIOT ACHEY "Dean" CHERYL MARIE ALBRIGHT "Sunshine" VICA 1, 2, 3 JOAN MARIE ARNOLD .fjoann FBLA 1, 2 FHA 1 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 JANICE LYNN BACHMAN "Janice" FHA 1, 2 DORISJEAN BAKER "Doris" FBLA 2 FHA 1, 2, 3 Majorettes 2, 3 Track Assistants 1, 2, 3 DONALD GENE BEAVER .UI-cds, Class Officer 3 REBECCA ANN BEUCHLE t.BcCky., Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2 Marching Band 1, 2 Wind Ensemble 1, 2 KAY LOUISE BIELY UKQY., Chorus 1, 2, 3 French Club 3 FTA 3 Glee Club 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Musical 2, 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Student Council 3 Tri-Class Play 1 Yearbook 2, 3 Youth Forum 3 JILL LOUISE BINGAMAN ..Ji11,, Maiorettes 1, Z THOMAS ROBERT BIRCH ..-roms Track 1, 2, 3 SUSAN ANN BIXLER "Susie" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, Z, 3 Musical 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Wind Ensemble 2, 3 MICHAEL GLENN BLANTZ uziggyu Football 2 PHILIP BLOUNT "Phil" HENRY WILLIAM BOGER "Bill" Basketball 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2, 3 Class Officer 2 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 FCA 1 Football 1, 2 Glee Club 3 Student Council 1, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 THOMAS GLEN BOMGARDN ER Senior Direcfory Vo-Tech Vo-Tech Business Business General Academic General Academic Vo-Tech Vo-Tech Academic General General Business uBOmmy,i JAN ELLEN BOWMAN "Hips" VICA 2, 3 PAUL BRUCE BOWMAN ..P2ul,, Musical 1, 2 CHERYL ANN BRANDT "Cheryl" Basketball 1, 2 FBLA 2 FHA I Field Hockey 1, 2 Library Assistant I, 2, 3 Library Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 DONNA MARIE BRINKER "Donna', Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 FHA 1 Pep Club 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Varsity Club 2, 3 BONNIE KAY BROWN "Bee-Been Chorus 1 FHA 1, 2, 3 TIMOTHY PARR BROWN MB, -V, Chorus 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsiry Club 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 ERIC GEORGE BRUMMER "Brum's" Concert Band 1 FFA 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1 MARY KAY BRYCE "Mick,' Choms 1, 2, 3 , Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 3 Musical 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 CYNTHIA JANE BUCHER "Cindy" Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Track 1 Tri-Hi-Y I Varsity Club 2, 3 JEAN MARIE BUCHMOYER "Jeannie" BasketbalL 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 2, 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Varsity Club 2, 3 ELENE MARY BUCKS "Leannie" FBLA 2, 3 BONITA LEE BUFFENMEYER QIBOHHICY, FBLA 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Maiotettes 1, 2, 3 Vo-Tech Vo-Tech Academic Business Business General Academic Academic-Ag Business Academic Academic Business Business Mat Maids 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 SHARON MARIE CENTINI "Sharon" DECA 2, 3 JEFFREY R, CHERNICH "Bemie" Chess Club 3 Chorus 3 Football 1, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 HOLLY BETH CINTRON "Binny" Bandfront 2, 3 APRIL LORRAINE COLEMAN "April" Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 FNA 1 Library Assistant 1 Musical 1 Pep Club 3 Sophomore Girl's Choms 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Varsity Club 3 STEVEN FREDERICH CRETER "Johnny Roach" STEVEN CRAIG DAILEY "Steve" Baseball 1, 2, 3 Chess Club 3 Chorus 3 Concert Band 2, 3 Glee Club 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 3 Math Team 2 Musical 2, 3 Newspaper 3 Stage Crew 3 Student Council 1 Tri-Class Play 1, 3 Varsity Club 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 3 JOHN MICHAEL DAY "Mike" Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3 HAROLD E. DEWEES UHMTY1, JAY DIETRICH "Rembrandt" Baseball 1, 3 Basketball 1 Soccer 2 DOUGLAS SCOTT DOHNER "Dougie Jones" Baseball 3 Proiectionist Club 3 DOUGLAS OWEN EBERSOLE "Doug" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Chess Club 3 Class Officer 2 Choms 1 Football 1 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 2, 3 Math Team 2, 3 Student Council 1 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 LYNN MICHAEL EBERSOLE "Lynn" Baseball 1, 3 Vo-Tech Academic Vo-Tech Business VtrTech Academic Vo-Tech General Academic General Academic General PHILIP LEE EBERSOLE "Bums" Basketball 1 SUSAN MARIE ENSMINGER "Fred" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Library Assistant 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Musical 2 Newspaper 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Proiectionist 3 SASP 1 Track Assistants 2, 3 Tri-Class Play 3 EVAN M. FANSLER "Ivan" TIMOTHY JOSEPH FOLTZ H-I-ima Class Officer 1, 2, 3 GLENN DAVID FORNEY "Head" Chorus 1, 2 Class Officer 3 Football 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 2, 3 GREGORY FORTI "Greg" Musical 1, 3 JEFFREY EDWIN FUNCK "Jeff" FFA 1, 2, 3 MICHAEL DAVID GARDNER "Mike" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 FCA I Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Varsity Club 3 Wrestling 1 NANCY LOUISE GEORGE ..NmCy,. GORDON GEORGE GERBER "Gordie" Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 JAMES MICHAEL GINRICH .mmm DARYL GRANT GOSS "Ghetto" JOAN LOUISE GRAFF "Joan" Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Varsity Club 3 HARRY EMERSON GRANT III ..Han,,, Chess Club 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Glec Club 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Math Team 3 Musical 1, 2 Student Council 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 Wind Ensemble 3 CECIL WAYNE GREENAWALT "Greens" Chess Club 3 ANDREW MICHEL GRIER .,Andy,, DAWN MARIE HALDEMAN "Dawn" FHA 3 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3 Business Academic Academic Academic Business Academic General Academic General General General General Business Academic Academic Vo-Tech General Library Club 1, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 ANN HAMM "Annie" Basketball 1, 2, 3 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Track 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Yearbook 2, 3 DIANE LYNN HARDY "Diane" FHA 1, 2, 3 MICHAEL ALAN HARTMAN "Mike" SUSAN JO HARTMAN "Mickey" Basketball Statistician 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Cheerleading 1, 2 Concert Band 1 Glee Club 2, 3 Leader Corps 1. 2, 3 Musical 1 Pep Club 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Student Council 1 Track 3 Varsity Club 3 Youth Fonim 3 ANN MARIE HELLER .immn FHA 2, 3 DAVID M. HENISE "Dave" Soccer 2 Student Council 2, 3 Student Fonim 2, 3 JESSICA LYNN HENNING 'jess' Chorus 1, 2, 3 FBLA 2,3 FHA 1 Library Assistant 1, 2 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tri-HiAY 1 Yearbook 2, 3 Youth Forum 2, 3 BARBARAJO HERR "Barb" Class Officer 1 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 Field Hockey 2 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Wind Ensemble 3 Yearbook 2, 3 DEBRA ANN I-IERR ..Deb,, Basketball 1, 2, 3 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 KAREN LEE HERRINGTON "Herbie" Basketball Statistician 3 Council Corps 2 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 FTA 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 2, 3 Tennis 2, 3 Track Statistician 1, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3 Youth Forum Z, 3 DAVID EARL HESS "Hessy" Chorus 1, 2, 3 Vo-Tech Academic General Business Business Business Business Academic General Academic Academic Concert Band I, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Dance Band 1, 3 District Chorus 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Regional Chorus 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3 JUDY KAY HITZ "Jude" Bandfront 2, 3 FBLA 1, 2 Musical 1 REBEKAH RAE HOFFSMITH ..Becky,, Basketball 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 FI-IA 1 Mat Maids 2 Pep Club 3 Sophomore Girl's Choms I Tri-Hi-Y 1 ERIC MICHAEL HOKE "Mike" TODD TIMOTHY HOLLINGER ..TOdd,. Baseball 1, 2 DEAN LAMAR HOOVER ..Dcm,. Chonis 1, 2, 3 FFA 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 LISA MARIE HOSHOWER "Hosh" Basketball 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 1 Tennis 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 2, 3 Yearbook 2, 3 DENNIS LEE HOSTETTER ..Den,, Cross Country 1 Track 1 KAREN LOUISE HOSTETTER nxwcczw SCOTT EUGENE HOUSER "Rubin" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Jogging Club 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 3 Pep Band 3 Stage Band 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 3 JOLYNDAJONES ..Jo,, FHA 1 French Club 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 CYNTHIA ELLEN KAYLOR "Cindy" Chorus 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 FTA 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Maiorettes 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Track 1 Tri-Class Play 1 vicici LYNNE iuivron --vafkr' FHA 2 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Library Club 2, 3 HOLLY LYNNE KELLER General Academic General VoTech Academic-Ag Academic VtyTech General Academic Academic Academic Business "Keimy" Chorus 1 FFA 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 RICHARD ELMER KEPLEY "Chester" Musical 1, 2 DAVID A. KERKESLAGER "Curly" BRIAN PAUL KETTERING "Orville'I Choms 1, 2 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 2, 3 JOHN SCOTT KINCAID "Kinney" Basketball 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1 Cross Country 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 SAMUELJOSEPH KINCAID "Kinney" Basketball 1 Cross Country 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Jogging Club 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 JAMES MICHAEL KNIGHT "Redneck" Football 1 SHARON KAY KREIDER "Sharon" Bandfront 3 FBLA 1, 2 FHA 1 RICHARD KREISER UR-ich., JAMES CARL KROUSE "Krousy" Basketball 1 FCA 1, 2 KIM LINNETE KUHN ..Kim., Choms 1, 2, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3 Tennis 1 Track 3 Tri-Class Play 3 Yearbook 2, 3 RANDY CARL LEONARD "Leonard" Football 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 LANCE LYNN LIGHT uunk., Track 1, 2 DIANE LYNN LISKEY "Diane" FHA 3 KAREN JEAN LONG ..Ku,m,, Choms 1 FBIA 2, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3 Library Assistant 3 MARK ERIC LONGENECKER ..RiCk,, CHERYL ANN LOY Business-Ag Business General Academic Academic Academic Business Business General General Academic Vo-Tech Vo-Tech General Business General "Cheryl" Choms 2, 3 FTA I, 3 Glce Club 2, 3 Musical 1, 2, 3 TriAClass Play 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Yearbook 2, 3 STACIE LAVERNE MARTIN "Vernie" Bandfront 3 FBIA 1, 2 FHA 1 PATRICIA MARIE MEILY "Pat" Basketball 2 Chonis 1 CRAIG STEVE MEYER "Craig" Brass Choir 2, 3 Choms 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Musical 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 2, 3 Pep Band 2, 3 Stage Band 2, 3 TriAClass Play 3 Wind Ensemble 2, 3 SUZANNE KAY MEYER "sue" Chonas 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 3 FBLA 2, 3 FHA 1 Glce Club 1, 2, 3 Student Council 1 Tri-Class Play 1 Tri-HivY 1 Youth Forum 2, 3 CARLTON EVANS MILLER "Carl" CYNTHIA RAE MILLER "Cindy" Majorettes 1, 2, 3 DALE ALLEN MILLER "Dale" Basketball 1 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Chess Club 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Math Team 2, 3 Soccer 2 Stage Band 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 Wind Ensemble 3 DENNIS ALLAN MILLER "Denny" Baseball 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 2, 3 MICHAEL CARL MILLER "Mike" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Stage Band 1, 2, 3 Track 2 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3 MIRIAM MAY MILLER "Mim" Choms 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 DOUGIAS JAY MOECKEL ..Moog,, Chess Club 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Glce Club 2, 3 Marching Band 2, 3 Stage Band 1, 3 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3 Academic Business General Academic Business General General Academic Academic Business General Academic PAMELA ANNE MOYER UPHITIH FBLA 2 FHA 1 Library Assistant 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 DEBRA LYNN NEWMAN "Patches" Basketball 1 Choms 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 FNA 1 Mat Maids 1 Musical 2 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 HEATHER ALISE NOLL "Hop-a-long" Chorus 1 Council Corps 2 FHA 1 FTA 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tennis 2, 3 Track Assistant 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Yearbook 2, 3 RANDI RUSSELL O'NEAL "Gus" Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Football 1, 2 Varsity Club 2 KAREN FAYE PAINE "Karen" Chorus 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 Health Careers Club 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 3 Sophomore Girl's Choms 1 Tennis I, 2 Track 1 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 SANDRA RENEE PELLMAN "Sandy" Chorus 2, 3 Class Officer 2 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Musical 1, 2 Sophomore Girl's Chonis 1 Stage Crew 2, 3 Student Council 1, 3 Track Assistant 1, 2, 3 Tri-Class Play 1, 3 Tri-Hi-Y I Wind Ensemble 3 Yearbook 2, 3 Youth Forum 2 ROBERT HEPLER PETERS "Pete" JANET KAY PETERSON "Pete" FTA 3 Musical 1, 2, 3 Stage Crew 1, 2 Tri+Hi-Y 1 KIMBERLY DIANE POWELL "Blondie" Cheerleading 1 Tri-I-Ii-Y 1 VICA 1, 2, 3 DALE LEE RAUCH "Rauchy" Soccer 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 ROBERT J. REED ..Bob,, Concert Band 1, 2 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Musical 1, 2 Business Academic Academic Genera Academic Business General Academic Vo-Tech Business Academic JAMES RICHARD REIST "Reisty" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Leader Corps 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Musical 2, 3 Stage Band 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3 CHARLES MONROE RHOADS "Chuck" SHARON ROSE ROCKOVICH ..R0cky., Bandfront 2, 3 FBLA 1, 2 FHA 1 Library Assistant 1, 2 Mat Maids 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 BRENDA LEE ROTT "Pinky,' FBIA 3 FHA 1, 2, 3 Library Assistant 1, 2 Library Club 1 CURTIS GLENN ROWLAND "Curt" Chorus I, 2, 3 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 District Choms 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Regional Chorus 2 Track 1, 2, 3 ROBERTA MARIA ROYER "Bird" Council Corps 2 FHA 1, 2 FNA 1 Newspaper 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 AMY LYNN SCHAFFER ..Amy., Chorus 1, 2, 3 Council Corps 2 FI' A 3 Glce Club 2, 3 Honor Society 2, 3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Majorettes 1, 2, 3 Musical 1, 2, 3 Newspaper 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 Tri-Class Play 1, 3 LINDA SUE SCHWENK "Schwenky" Bandfront 1, 2, 3 FBLA 1 Library Assistant 1, 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1 GLENN EDWARD SELLERS ..Eggy.. FFA 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 KAREN LOUISE SELLERS "Karen" FBLA 2, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 ROBIN DONNA SHEARER "Rob" Chorus 1, 2, 3 FBLA 2, 3 Mat Maids 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 SCOTT' W. SHINDEL "Scott" MICHAEL DALE SHIRK "Shirk" Jogging Club 3 SASP 1 Vo-Tech General Business Business Academic Academic Academic Business General-Ag Business Business General Business Track 3 Varsity Club 3 BEVERLYJEAN SI-IUEY ..Bcv,, Chonis 1, 2, 3 FBLA 2, 3 Sophomore Girl's Choms 1 DAVID EARL SHUMAN "Dave" Chorus 1, 2, 3 FFA 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 DAVID OLAN SMITH "Smitty" Chorus 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1 Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 3 Musical 1 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Wind Ensemble 1 HAROLD ROY SMITH "Smitty" Chonis 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 RICHARD ALAN SNYDER ..Rick,. Projectionist 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1 DAVID LEWIS SPERAW "Dave" FRED STAFFORD ..Frcd,. JOHN STRANICK "John" DONNA MAY SWEIGERT "Donna" Chorus 1 Concert Band 1, 2 Marching Band 1 JEFFREY TANKERSLAY '1Ieff" BRIAN CARL TAULBEE "Brian" KATHRYN ELIZABETH TRAUTMAN .icorkn Maiorettes 1, 2, 3 MARY ELLEN TROUTMAN HMHY., Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 MICHAEL SCOTT WAGNER "Ruben Ruenzo I" Football 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 VICA 3 GARY WARD WALLACE "Nate" Baseball 2 Football 2, 3 Track 3 RANDALL LEE WAMPLER "Randy" Chorus 1, 2 Wrestling 2 JANE LOUISE WATTS "Tut" Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 3 Snident Council 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 Business Academic-Ag Academic Vo-Tech General Business General VcrTech Business Vo-Tech General General General VoTech Academic Academic Business DALE ALLEN WAYBRIGHT "Dale" Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 1 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Varsity Club 2, 3 DALE GENE WEABER "Dale" TONYA LEE WEABER "Ton" Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 NAOMI LYNN WEAVER "Naomi" Track 2 DANIEL HENRY WEIMER "Dan" Baseball 2, 3 Basketball 2 leader Corps 1, 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2 Track 1 Varsity Club 2, 3 PERRY WEIMER NP A ,, DEBRA ANN WENGERT "Knobs" FHA 1 Library Assistant 1, 2 Musical 1 SASP 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 SHARON ELAINE WHITMAN "Sharon" Chorus 1, 2, 3 FBLA 2, 3 MICHAEL LEE WILHELM "Willie" Chorus 1, 2 FCA 1 Football 1, 2, 3 Glce Club 1, 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 Youth Forum 3 VIRGINIA ANN WILT t.Gin,, Chorus 1 Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1 MICHAEL DAVID WOLFE "Wolfie" REBECCA JEAN WOLFE t.Bccky,, Basketball 1 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3 CARHY SUE YELLETS "Cath" Council Corps 2 FHA 1 Mat Maids 2 Musical I Track 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 KEVIN LEE YINGST ..Kcv,, JEFFREY ALAN YORTY "Scholar" Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 3 Wrestling 1, 2, 3 BRENDA JEAN YOUNG ..Boo,, Track 1, 2, 3 Track Assistant 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Varsity Club 3 General Business Academic Occupational Ed. Academic Vo-Tech Business Business Academic General Vo-Tech Academic Academic Occupational Ed. Academic Vo-Tech l 47 F A 0 U L T Y EMPLOYEES A ADMINIS TRA TION Backbone of The job of the school administrators is a difficult and endless one. Some of their many tasks include disciplining the students, planning the curricula, supervising the teachers, and directing the over-all school pro- gram. Right: MR. RICHARD H. GINGRICH - Superintendent Lower Left: MR. DONALD T, SABOL - Principal Lower Right: MR. L. JOHN STITZEl.f Assistant Principal ,+-:. ' x 'nz x..,f HJ,-f" L. l' ANNVILLE-CLEONA -1.-1 , v' A A ' "f M. .am . I , 2 3 435.1 sasnws- H, ww 11131415 numzazez ,ff V, ,.. fzsuzvns-.jf 3 yr s "-A ' .W.f"S '45 - .-nf I L' 1 X ,ti IQA 1 Upper left: Secretaries - G, MARTIN, R. MAULFAIR, L. SHAY, R. STRANICK. Upper right: MR. WEEKES - Business Manager X, "" Lower left: MR. MACEK - Assistant Superintendent l 1. Lower right: School Board - Row 1: W. BERRY, H. WEAVER, P. KREAMER, K. LOCKWOOD. Row 2: E WORCESTER, R. HARRIS, H. GINGRICH, C. MILLER, A. BRANDT MILA iw., ..,i M X Upper Ieff: MR. IRI. RICHARD ESCHENMANN - Social smdios Upper right: MR. BERNARD BELL - Social smdies Lower Ion: MR, GARY TETER a Social smdi.-:S Lower righrz MR. CHRISTIAN SHERK - Social smdios Relivin fhe Pasf - 92 is X Ni: Q 3 -.-n .. -bb I '45 Qf"'f f , I ,f H-. To Learn for fhe Fufure ggi-'A' w. 'E as-M-Sw Q i u f I a Upper left: MR. DENNIS TULLI - Social Studies Upper right: MR. JESS-IOHNSON i Social Sruclies and Driver Education Lower left: MR. ROBERTJONES - Social Studies Lower righr: MISS ELEANOR WITMEYER - Social Sruclies ToBe,orNoHoBe. . . ,eff ll r,,,,ff I it il .-4' ,Vw - yr N. Y.. N .- h f Q 'MMMQ'-i??.i'i iw Tsff E it I N I '!v'P:'d-'Ei' il'-5' ' ii,,,-mi Nix-xi - f 2 , M. - rx if Upper left: MISS EVELYN KING - English Upper right: MR. SARAH BIXLER 4 English Center left: MR. KENNETH DAVIS - English I,owerlcft1MRS,ISAIBIELI. GINGRICI-I -v English Center right: MR. I.EWIS LIEBERT f English Inwcr right: MRVIAMES MARTIN - English 54 'QV Q xv...-Q' r E i f E i li 1 .V H L. - A KV A 3 A fx, i ' - ' '5 ,, "WT M. M Xi in 'E n- Q I x ,. X EY.. 'E' L lr l E + 23 E, Upper lefr: MISSJOAN MCCULLOH - English Upper right: MRSJUDITH ISKOWITZ - English Lower left: MR. THOMAS WALTER - English Lower right: MRS. KAY SHIREMAN - English -2. -5 Maih for fhe Mind, Music for fhe Soul Upper left: MR. WILLIAM LEMON - Music Center left: MRS. VERNA SOLLENBERGER Music Lower left: MR. THOMAS SVIRSKO - Mathematics --.- Uppcr right: MR. ROBERT KAIN - Music Lower right: MR, ADAM BARN!-IART - Mathematics 3 1 I :N Y K i 1 -5 E S 2 X A Z 2 1 ? i 9,4 'I ,x 1 n......f w-3131.31 n. 4 gk-,jf ,z,Qy.IpS T Larger' 4-fm , eiwexfw--V.. ' Upper lefr: MR. .IOHN BRANDT - Marhemarics Center left' MRS DOROTHY KELLER S Malhemarics Lower left: MR ROBERT MARTIN f Mnrhcmatics Upper right. MR. -IOSEPH HOUSER W Mznhenmzuics Lower righr' MR. KENNETH PARKS Y Mathematics New Theories Are Bein Learned Every Dag S.. K? 44' . ff 6 Q . x . 41 Upper lcfc: MR LYNN BOXYIERS 4- Sucmc Upper ccntcr: MR, ROBERT WEBBER - Sgicmc Upper right: MR, RUSSELL GILBERT - Spicmc Lower lcfr: MISS ILZE REKIS - Geography' Inwcr right' MR GEORGE GERHER f Gcography 58 , il XR x ig A N A Upper lefr: MR. DONALD KLINE - Chemistry Upper righr: MRS, SUSAN KLINE - Biology Lower lcfr: MR. RAYMOND SWINGHOLM - Biology Lower righr: MR. LELAND LINGLE - Physics xp if if A , Q X Q 4561461 f 552335 Kg M' 0 K 1 rw' 1 15 32, P - Wi. !3:?f1f?? V W-v1.14 gfaiQZaf"e wi. If we mf! Gainin F ufure Experience Through Skills ,,....-- Se a- 0 " 1' :X 09 1 Q04 V 145,11 ,i,,f, e..,'f"Qm 'Aj J,Q1'laY' 0'-at Qu A 'ft rl Q,1Af u 4 5 , xi ...gt Q Qs 1 4 Q an In R 01' Q Upper left: MR. ROBERT ULRICH - Business Education Center right: MR, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER - Industrial Arts Upper renter: MRS. SANDRA RUTH - Business Education Lower left: MR. l.i7WEI.I. MORTON - Industrial Arts Far right: MR, CHESTER ANGELO - Intlustrial Arts Inwer right: MISS MARY ANN ATTIVO - Business Etlufation 62 Center left: MRS. ADA LIGHT f Business Education ,KS w I ur unch M wing' I 'UR ,, 4 ' JE , 3 x a ,ff 4' U,-1 Upper lefr: MRS. MARYLOU HARRIS - Home EC. Center: MRS. LEONORE LEBO - Home EC, lower left: MRS. RUTH SCHAFFER - Home EC. Upper right: MR. RODNEY Del-IAVEN Y Arr Lower right: MRS. CLAIRE LQBARBERA - Art Teachers Behind fhe Scenes l r l M Abx. M .55 N. N ink X Upper left: MRS. SHIRLEY GROSH - Assistant Librarian Upper right: MRS. HELEN BRENSINGER - Occupational Education Center left: MRS. .JOAN MOYER - Librarian Lower right: MRS. MARY ZIMMERMAN f Occupational Eclucarion Lower left: MRS. KATHERINE CRANDALI, - Occupational Education 64 Auf'- 1 -.'4K xi .2 . Sf Ei Si as . ,W 354655 I'if 7 XFN. f , my ff , - , Q4 x el wi -X Personnel wifh Thai Special Touch Upper left: MR, FLVIN FAKE - Counseling Upper right: MR HAYWAIKID DALE - Audio-Visual Aids Center left: MRS. EMILIE BURRIS i Counseling Lower left: MR, RICHARD FORNEY f Counseling Lower right: MRS -JOYCE RHINE - Teachcfs Aitl Special School Services There are several groups in the school who receive little recognition for what they do. The secretaries, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, janitors, and school nurse worked constantly to serve the school and help the students. Although these workers were often criticized this year, they deserve praise for their ceaseless efforts. Yrzr ,P 1 Top right:Custodii1lSmff- C. Graby, B. Payetta, B. Young, A. Miller, C. Kline.B,S:1ttnsalin. lower left: Secretaries - N. Meyer, R. Fees, D. Marlcey. Lower right: School Nurse - MISS RUTH KIZENIE Opposite page - top: Kneeling: -I. Kreider, W. Bomherger. O. Wriltz, A. Struphur. Standing: K, Bcrlclieimcrhl. Bordlemay, S. Weiurh1it'l1, D. Kiscadtlen, A Miller, If Harwell. t V g, ii 1 .., 'L rf :gig . . ., Ar. ,- rv .L . vy,u.,5c- r g t- F4 I I I .E Sw :cfs see- .-sit. t .er ,.. ,,,, his ' 1: 'r'- 'F ,J 4, Gwen fm ,var xml' Abou" Czlfmcria Staff - Row l:,I. Mciforklc, Rcddlngcr, F, Hanlon. A. Iiuklcr, A, Bxlnstcr. 12. Krcidcr. G Bloufh, B. Row 2 M Granger, F. Squircm, Manager, B Snrtcmnhn. F, Sclxwnlni. E. Ensmingcr. R. Fc'rnslcr. Krcamer kj- ., W A ACTIVITIES 5 ACTIVITIES Never Ending School Days Under the direction of the new advisor, Mr. Walter, the Future Teachers of America learned about the avail- able opportunities and essential qualities of becoming a professional teacher. As an introduction to the profes- sion the members assumed the role of teachers in the fields they wish to pursue. Administrators and teachers who spoke to the group gave the members an idea of what they will have to face when they become teachers. Right: "You . . .the little girl in the pink dress." Above: Standing: A. Schaffer, C. Kaylor,j. Peterson, K. Biely, Mr. Walter fadvisorj, Seated: K. Herrington, C. Loy. Missing: H. Noll,-I. Croce. A New Look in Homemakin Through the use of discussion, guest speakers, and instruction in the art of home-making the Future Homemakers of America acquired a growing appre- ciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking. The club was also a means of service to the community. Over the Christmas season the members visited the Elizabethtown Chil- dren's Hospital, entertained the patients, and gave them handmade Christmas stockings. The girls also sponsored a mother-daughter banquet which was financed by doughnut sales. Left: "Here is another stocking to decorate." Below: "I'm beginning to feel like Santa!" ,,' 1-r 'RRQ4 -'mfg tg Nm FFA Works Toward a New Horizon Under the leadership of Mr. Morton the Future Farmers of America devel- oped agricultural leadership, citizenship, and cooperation. Through the organi- zation the members not only learned the art of agriculture but also served the community. This year the chapter members sponsored an assembly program for the junior high, held a pumpkin-growing contest for the elementary, and helped to guide the junior High Future Farmers. To finance these projects the organization held citrus fruit and bologna sales and sponsored a donkey basket- ball game. Right: Dave and Dean inspect their newest problem. Below: Dean Hoover addresses thc junior high in an FFA assembly. ,N 1 Above: Seated: Mr. Morton, advisor: E. Brummer, K. Peirce, D. Hoover, D. Shumanul. Peters. Standing, Row 1: B. Graves. B. DeSantis, G. Sellers, R. Kleinfelter,-I. Funck, T. Fair, H. Speraw, S. Hcagy,j. Bomgatdner, F. Early, H. Kellerhl. Krcidct, T. Righter, K McFeaters. Standing, Row 2: H, Risser, E. Evans,j. Vlamplerul. Deitrich, T. Kreiscnj. Long,j. Gingrich, B. Buffcnmeyet. Missing: L. Heagy, K. Bucks. Ready . . . Sei . . . Type! use A. f L Q 3 i O Sr U W8 '-Nr" S fa1fFW .Et Fw- ' . P 1 'fr 'if' 6 ' i . f-Af The Future Business Leaders of America tried to fur- ther interest and understanding in the field of business occupations. This year the members heard several busi- nessmen speak, competed with other schools in busi- ness subjects, and established a secretarial corps which aided the teachers and gave valuable experience to club members. Because the club held a successful bake sale, it was able to finance a roller skating party, a spring regional, and a yearly field trip, Left: Officers: S. Whitman, K. Long, E. Bucks, R. Shearer. ,www in .,-AD jr' Above: Standing: Miss Attivo Cadvisorb, E. Bucks. K. Sellers, S. Meyer,j. Martin, D. Sheetz, S. Ging- ich,vI. Brandt, N. Hosterrer, A. Longeneeker, Miss Ruth Cadvisorj. Seated: S. Whitman, R. Shearer, K. Long, C. Kramer, D. Stoner, P. Fogelman, M. Miller, S. Martin, li. Boyer, D. Bowers, K. Bowman, S. Books, R. Forri. Tomorrow's Medical Professionals 94? . V . 9 This year under a new name the Health Careers Club attempted to , cover the many aspects in the field of X E 1 health careers, Because the club invited 6' f a wide variety of guest speakers and its attended several health career conven- tions, each member was able to ask ? questions pertaining to the career he 5. wishes to pursue. As a service to the , community the members made a dona- - tion to cancer research. Z I it o if ff t , ,- ' - -gs . ff ." - KL- ,W 3 ,uxkj . . ', 'VM 5 f . 7, , 1 Q , A ---' - M" nw K ,C " -- A-,V ' ' jg W Upper right: Back: D. Graves, K. Paine, K. Fitting, L. l-lontz, Miss Keeneg advisor. Front: Officers: M. Bowman, E, Frey, S. Fees. Missing: S. English. Abovei "Faster, Girlsll' Lower right: "Have you seen your eye doctor lately?" 74 "Move fo fhe Head of fhe Class . . . " J If ff The Senior High Honor Society is an organization formed as an honor to outstanding students. Members are selected on basis of their scholastic ability, leadership qualities, school citizenship, and outstand- ing character. Although the organization held a field trip to a museum, this year the Honor Society was mainly a service organization. The . members organized a tutoring system, served as guides for the high , school's Parent Night, ran a book store, and changed one of the school's , Q, bulletin boards, 1. 5 K . gg , ' Left: "Gee, I hopel spelled that right!" Z Above: Seated: L. He-shower, A. Schaffer, D. Hoover, S. Dnily,j. Gasserr, Srandingzj. Yorty,vI. Kincaid,j. Buchmoyer, B. l-Ierr, S. Kincaid, T. Longenecker, K. Biely, L. Frey, S. Fees, D. Ebersole, D. Miller. whaf s a Yearbook" The members of the school yearbook staff devoted their time to the production and sales of the school yearbook. Besides the usual problems of organizing pic- ture schedules, constructing layouts, writing copy, and meeting deadlines in the middle of the year, this year's yearbook staff was faced with the problem of finding replacements. Despite all of these handicaps the staff proudly presented its own little masterpiece, Corinoma '74. This book reflects a lot of time and hard work by the members of the staff. Right: Deana and Regina identify pictures for the junior high sec- tion. fr Above: Standing: M. Trauger, R. Forti, S. Pellman, B. Herr, A. Longenecker V Vanwinkle L Hoshower C Loy Mr Kline advisor Kneeling: D. Bowers, V. Stima, E. Frey, K. Kuhn, H. Noll, K. Biely, M Bowman , . v Q- 1-.sv un-new no is .M sys, Above: The yearbook staff confers wizh rhe represenrative of the yearbook publishing com pany about a cover design. Lower lefr: "Lisa, is that any way to get J yenrbook finished ?" Lower right: Another page :Almost ready! I 7 M. Above: -lody and Craig finish n page of pictures to go in the newspaper. Upper lcft: jczinnc works rliligcnrly ru finish her yccrion. Lower lc-fr' "I like this picture much better." avi 3' Jef' 'Aw i f W" 'fir :uf "bk ' ' fi? nf .t ww .1 .iff 5' if ' gi ,. , I - .M , gf . 4 , ,V Y ff' AQ -4. ,ear Ye, ear Ye! The Dutchman Crier, like most school organizations, is both a service to the school and a learning experience. Because the Dutchman Crier is a student- run publication, staff members have to learn to report, write articles, and organize the entire newspaper. The newspaper includes news, sports, entertain- ment, and editorials. This year the Dutchman Crier staff tried to improve not only printed material but also circulation and reputation of the paper. Left: A salute to the editor-in-chief. Above' First row: C. Meyer, E. Brensinger, V. Eisley,j, Yeager. Second row: G. Buchmoyer, B. Albertkl. Beily, E. Nelson, B. Appelr. Third row' L. Sorrentinoul. Gassert, S. Daily,-J. Wfeicllcr,-J, Wfoods, M. Stranick, K. Lingle, K. Herrington, S. Stachow, A. Schaffer, K, Paine, Mr. Kruger fadvisorj, Welcome Home, Sabrina! The Tri4Class Play, Sabrina Fair, was presented on january tenth and fourteenth. The play was directed by Mr. DeHaven and sponsored by the senior class. In the play, Sabrina returns to her home in Long Island after five years in Paris. Being the daughter of a chauffeur, she complicates the lives of all those around her when she falls in love with a rich man's son. The meeting of her three lovers produces a confusing situation. But her problem is finally solved when Sabrina chooses Linus for her . X X husband. ,......J Right: Sabrina's boyfriends are quick to offer their assistance after she trips. Below: Standing: S. Pellman, K. Kuhn, j. Woods, S. English, B. Weaver, M. Armagost, C. Meyer, S. Ensminger, C. Loy. Seated:,I. Gassert, S. Dailey, A. Schaffer, M. Trauger. j, 2-4' 4 . 'Ev-L4 A "ii 7' "--f, Xa lil! FK V i X X xv' x 'X K Upper lcft: The maid offers drinks to the guests as David's cx-wife looks on Upper right: Brian Albert and Val Eisley assist backstage. Left: Sabrina finally hooks the man she wants. Abovci Bottoms up to Auntjulia. s Follow fhe Yellow Brick Road Because this year's musical was directed at young audiences, and because the staging and scenery were so difficult, The Wizard of Oz was quite different from anything attempted before. One of the most unique features of the musical was the use of under- classmen as munchkins. The directing of Mr. Kline, the outstanding acting ability of the major charac- ters, and the hard work of the entire cast and crew brought astonishing turnouts all three nights. Opposite page: Left: "Now I'll never get back to Kansas." Right: "Haven't we passed this way before?" This page: Upper left: "There must be a place somewhere over the rainbow!" Lower Irft: "Ge: to Emerald City will you? We'll see about that!" Lower right: The munchkins cautiously approach the house that slid down the rainbow Below: The shock of the green Ozian makeup is too much forjcanne. I , 4 o 'Q s A Homecomm 1973 On Saturday, October 13, the Senior High Student Council sponsored its fourth annual homecoming dance, Homecom- ing 1973. Under the direction of Mr. Kline, the council mem- bers and several willing friends constructed a green and gold ballroom sparkling with the reflections of a mirror ball. The atmosphere created by the decorations was made complete by the feeling of pride for the victorious Annville-Cleona foot- ball team. The guests stopped their own dancing long enough to watch the coronation of the court. After a special dance by the court, the couples returned to the floor dancing to the music of the Big Band Nostalgia. 4 it-P 4 ,., X - allr- Opposite page: Top: An enioyable evening for famlty members. Bottom: 1975 Homecoming Court: Left to right: Robin Shearer, joan Graff, Bonnie Buffenmeyer queen,-Iane Watts, Kay Biely. This page: Above left: A student and an alumnus prepare for an evening of festivities. Above right: Kay Biely at halftime of the Homecoming game. Above: The Big Band Nostalgia performs. Left: A night of enchantment for all. In the tradition begun by last yearis juniors, this year's junior- Senior Prom was also a dinner- dance. The evening at Park View Manor began with a din- ner of either pork or roast beef and continued with dancing by the couples. Although most of the music was provided by The New jazz Quartet, the chief entertainment of the evening was provided by the solos of Mike Shirk. The setting, dinner, music, and dance led to a very memorable evening. .L b ,n -M e... i". .. i. , 1 .', : . . . 3. , -L- ,t Nan ' ll ghfs' in Whife Safin x s!! k Opposite Page: Upper: Everyone enjoys the evening. Lower: Mr. Stitzel chars with some new arrivals. Center Top: First we dine, then we dance. Center Bottom: The Newjazz Quartet provides the entertainment Above: The end of a perfect evening, , ag f 5 -9 M ' LP' H l i Qya Xi' . -W., ' v im Despite the problems of not having enough time to practice and having to spend much of the time reprimand- ing mischievous chorus members, Mrs. Sollenberger led her Senior High Chorus through another successful year of concerts, The annual Christmas concert, which was held on December 13, presented mainly sacred music from clas- sical to modern composers. Opposite page, lower left:-junior soloists share Christmas glory. Lower right: A shining Christmas concert. This page, upper left: Mrs. Sollenberger directs chorus. Lower right: Two Christmas soloists. One Qprin Evenin The Senior High Choral Concert, presented on May 2, featured the Sophomore Girls' Chorus, the Senior High Chorus, the Senior Boys' Octette, the Glee Club, the boys' and girls' choruses, and soloists. The excellent choice of music, ranging from secular to sacred numbers, added to the success of the concert, but the real success came from the spirit and enthusiasm of the chorus members. Right: Dave Hess sings :i special number, "My Tribute," Below: "l thought an octczrc had eight people, not seven lf! U ig hw samba. 9 is it ass if N-.F ls 'SY H! facial sm tis I muflm mafia: umhm 5 Z 53 is .. Pracfice Makes Perfecf! xfsif tvs I Top: "We'll never get this memorized by concert time Left: Colorful gowns set the scene. Above: . . . And the concert has begun, Ready, March . .. Top left: "Oh beautiful for spacious skies . . . " Top right: The majorettes and band front prepare for their march. Bottom left: Even the members of thc band front become cheerleaders when the action begins. Bottom right: "Does anyone know what song we're suppose to be playing?" lags , : fm 3 1 rj yu wa wa img s 1 wa not 5 wt 'J H 1534 rm-'gr' qu -tl-nag: 15- av. ,?, ,T-ua sv- 1 -1 Vu 11115 4' 211 YP-' J'-'P-"T T 73 r if " ra fts' Ps' ,. W V- a t 2 P ' 2 I ef 4 if 5 2 . il 31? fp 1 1 2' TSlvf9l ' V ' fi Ali T-' Ii? -5 -355 . 3 A 3 I - it ' ' e f T ' . Q ine- ---v -1 .1 , VZ' -A ,-- .t.f-f- " , ,-fff, , T I-T-fa . H . 2 . i-I , 1 .1- , ,l ,ti ' f zz, - s 1 R ' - E i Qfteilfg fi 'V 5 f 1 49 -it 3 Q I 4, Sl?-it 232 1 ,ef G ' 3 rf ' X ' 73 g V " A 1. . X EH r 'PQ Q 3 e W r af ' iw 53 125 :lib wrqz wl :rf ' f 'F ' W V3 i gun :V 4, . , , , T N! .t.. Top: The Concert Band, complete with Band Front, is the largest and perhaps most active group. Left: Dave sets the beat on his dmm. Above: Whether the team loses or wins, the band must play on. The Concert Band, which played numbers ranging from standard marches to songs from Godspell, held its annual concert. The band also performed for audi- ences at such functions as the junior high assemblies. During football season the concert band also became a marching band which provided the half-time enter- tainment, marched in local parades, and enforced school spirit. The Stage Band, Pep Band, Brass Choir, and Wind Ensemble made up the various instrumental groups of the school. The Stage Band played for the Veteranls Hospital and also for the Tri-Class Play. The Pep Band which met on its own time, tried to arouse the school spirit. The band played at various functions such as the school basketball games and the pep bonfire. The Brass Choir per- formed at churches, church homes, and high school and elementary functions. Some of the more talented instrumentalists formed the group known as the Wind Ensemble which played at the Christmas Choral Concert. Right: The Pep Band leads the crowd in the singing of the National Anthe Below: The Stage Band gathers around their piano with director, Mr, Kain. m. v-"" -.we 1 'S ,iw From Bach fo Godspelll W4 Q Hy"'- 4-Q O' S.. Above: Directed by Mr. Lemon, the Wind Ensemble per- formed in from of many audiences. Left: The "Boys in the Band" create the Brass Choir. New Club E plores France This year was the first year for the French Club, an organization which attempted to unite students interested in French despite the level of their ability. Through unstructured activities Miss Bnimbach helped the mem- bers to examine the French culture, language, and country. The informal meetings included singing French songs, and playing French games. Several times the members used the home ec. kitchens to prepare French food. Right: French chefs hard at work. 'T Below: "Parlez-vous francais?" Right: E. Nelson, K. Fitting, D. Kyman, D. Shay, Miss Brumbachg advi- sor. Row 2: S. Stachow, D. Schools, K. Biely, L, Beard, D. Wolfe, L. Smith, -., pl' Books, Books, and More Books! ,-""'-,K The Library Club hoped to interest students in librarianship, in books, and in reading. By doing this they hoped to give more efficient library service to the school. Many of the club's members also serve as library assistants, who are responsible for checking books out, returning books to the shelves, and filing the catalogue cards. Left: Peek-a-boo! Below: Seated: K. Long, C. Wotsds, D. Haldeman, V. Kaylor. Standing: S. Ensminger, S. Hough, S. Eberlyul. Woods, D. Berkheiser. i+ig.gxX?', -fm S-.qv WHY QP.. ,fa y" Above: D, Hardy, W. Hitz, C. Woods, D. Fratcllo, G. Breaithwaite. L. Bcntz, C. Sweet, K. Sheehanul. Woods, K. Hedenburg. Check-Mafe! The Chess Club is another new Senior High club. The club was organized to teach the members the proper ways of playing chess and to give the members a Chance for some entertainment. During the weekly meetings the members discussed strategy and played games. This year the club held a series of matches with ELCO High School and sponsored a school chess tournament. Below: Members ponder a diffifult move. Lower right: Club members give support to a rousing game. N p- gf' nr' Above right Row 1' If. Mayer, S. I-Ieffnenj. Chernich, C, Grecnawalt, D, lihersole. R. Edris. Row 21.1. Herr, R, Harris, M. Brough, T. lnngenerker. Row 3: D. Miller. D, Dohner, H. Grant. Li his Ouf. . .Roll 'Em The Audio-Visual Club not only serves the school but also instructs the members in the use of the aids. Under the direction of Mr. Pyles the teachers and members learn to operate and repair the equipment. After the teachers give the club a request for audio-visual equipment, the club sets up a schedule for the distribution of aids. Some duties of the club include setting up screens, loading film projectors, and replac- ing mal-functioning parts, Left: "Move over , . . l'll show you what to doll' Above: Seated: D, Cooke.j. Hnrrisul, Henning. S, Iinsmingcrul. Dinunvio, D. Kettering, B. Hoffsmith, D. Carpenter, Mr. Pyles Cadvisorj. Row 1: S. Shifflet, L. Hess, R. Blnntz. R, Snyder, T. Clnwscr, T. Shellenberger. S. Pellman, D. Dohner, K. Herrington, K. White,j. Peterson, B. Albert. Row 2: S. Howard. E. Evans, H. Speraw. D Buffenmeyenj. Baum, A. Vaitl, M. Day. Behind fhe Scenes Above: Seated: K. Lingle, S. Ensminger, K. Keller, V. Stima, S, Pellman, V. Eisley. Standing: D. Carpenter, S. Daily,j. Gassert, B. Zellers, S. Stachow, T. Shellenberger, B. Wil- liams, C. Meyer, S. l-leffner, B. Albert, Mr. Kline fadvisorj. The Stage Crew not only serves the school, but also gives the members an opportunity to learn about the many tasks behind the scenes of a play, musical, or assembly. Whenever necessary the members hold work sessions to work on sets, adjust the lighting, and set up the risers. This year one of the stage crew's biggest assignments was the scenery and lighting for the school musical, which required many new and difficult sets. Above: "Lct's not drill through the floorujack! X 1' f. 4. , t g , 4 Y . . Q 4 t ,rw A P t yr 544, Q, - . v 'Q-Hai-,.,. ii, 5, 1-2 432" " Q "' 3:9 2 gy -ya ,J 4 S . ,, .,:23,.,,17.. K1 A Q M 6p,,.i?r an ' in 31 Nigga? Q . 9 T 'f"4' 'Pi "YN " f s A . X 52:51. I3-1:33553 . 'afgmf f F8 rg' V .- -fs if.-if 1, f fe -14,t,-Q," . . . 1 ff. -r 1' r rN1,, - 27'-'1 ,z9x...1n.,4f5ifQg.i7.y' 27- .1 55. ,A QI- ., ga.' 1g4G,, . 1: .3 V tv ' gl 1, K . , 'sWIlzl5lf 3 ' " ' if I --. M . 45, Qfudenfs Work for Changes This year was a year of disappointments and changes for the Senior High Stu- dent Council. Although Homecoming and most of the Council sponsored dances were a success, the Council's biggest plan, the open campus program, was a fail- ure. After several meetings with the Senior High students, the Student Council organized a new program, in which the members of the student body could serve on committees. The success of the Fifties Day and Dance enabled the Council to contribute to a pitching machine for the baseball team. left: One of the many unseen duties of the council. fx ff' 'S if ......,....- ,-...M-..i. H..-... fi .-.. s 'lllllliiiii Above: Seated: C. Kramer, B. Sherman, M. Gacona, M. Grant,j. Wzttts, K. Biely. Standing: T. Longenecker, S. Pellman, D. Heisey, D. Carpenter, S. Books, B. Boger, C. Herr, R. Leonard, S. Kreamer, M. Brough, T. Tshudy, M. Mariani, D. Henise. Right: "Is this what it means to be on top of the student government yy k . , A r- 0 -L--.--L -- Members Gain Through the Leader Corps students who are interested in physical educa- tion are given an opportunity to assist in regular physical education classes during their study periods. The Leader Corps members' duties include tak- ing roll, conducting inspection, demonstrating techniques, and occasionally instructing the classes. This year the Leader Corps held a senior high fun night, sponsored their second annual volleyball tournament, and conducted a bake sale to help finance the other projects. Right: Karen demonstrates for the camera. -z- , . isa X, 5 m Umar' f- " W '- Above: Kneeling: K. Herrington,-I. Kincaid,j. Buchmoyer. Seated: S. Hartman, C, Bowman, G. Buchmoyer, L. Sorrentino, R. Ganter, C. Kaylor. Standing: j. Reist, K. Paine, S. Kincaid, T, Tshudy, B. Herr, D. Miller, V, Van Winkle, L, Hoshower, A. Schaffer,-I. Watts, B. Sherman. guns Lei-fer Winners Serve School! The Varsity Club is an organization which develops a sense of achieve- ment for those who have excelled in interscholastic athletics. The members create better relations among the athletes of different sports and perform many services at athletic functions. This year the members maintained the trophy cases and bought jackets for the senior members of the club. To finance these projects the Varsity Club sold programs at football games and co-sponsored a donkey basketball game. left: Members of the club discuss a coming project. Above: Row 1: j. Kincaid, H. Rjsser, J. Watts, D, Appelt, S. Rauch,.I. Weidler, M, Shirk, B. Boger, M. Wagner, R. Leonard, G. Forney, Row 2: C. Bucher, A. Coleman, S. Hartman, K. Herrington, K. Paine, T. Brown, B. Dohner, H. Grant, S. Kincaid, T. Boyer. Row 3: D. Miller, L. Campbell, N. Faiola, E. Hoffer, R. Stachow, T. Longenecker, T. Brandt, R. Tice, T. Tshudy. Row 4: B. Young, M. Bryce, A, Tate, D. Rauch, -I. Kisser, E. Sowers, -I. Reist, D. Deyshcr, S. Dailey. Row S: L. Stranick, H. Smith,,I. Custer, B. Gibson, M. Brough, V. Van Winlde, L. Hoshowcr, S. Bomberger. Row 6: T. Plasteterhl. Buchmoyer, L. Brensinger, B. Sherman, P. Reese, L. Sottentino. Keep on Truckm ' The newly developed jogging club is somewhat different from most Annville-Cleona High School clubs. Because it encourages jogging to attain physi- cal fitness, the club could be compared to a sport without competition from other schools. Through the constant running and encouragement the mem- bers develop a life-long appreciation for jogging and physical fitness. The members hope their jogging club will eventually be a club based upon the pride of being physically fit. Right: Careful boys, don't drop her! 4 Above: Row li M. McGovern, S. Houser, T. Tshudy, P. Diehl,j. Light Row 2: A, Kaylor, B. O'Hara,j. Meyer, D. Hain, T. Herr. Row 5: Mr. Gerberg advisor, S. Stachow, S. Kincaid, R. Stachow, T Iongenecker Mr Ulrich advisor Club Increases School Qpirif Above: First row:,I. Croce, C. Butler, S. Hartman, K. Powell, Mrs. Crandell fadvisorj. Second row: K. Kelly, G. Bowman, B, Gamble, K, Keller, P. McGinty, B. Ebersole. Third row: S. Kincaid, S. Meyers, D. Bowman, D. Witmen, A. Steiner, D. Knisley, K. Tate, L. Young, D. Berkheiser, R. Brill. Fourth row: E. I-litz, M. Lemon, D. jacob, D. Hardy, W. Hitz, C. Rodkey, K. Smith, S. Agresta, S. Eberly, K. Centini. The Pep Club, one of the new clubs formed this year, tried to create more spirit at Annville- Cleona athletic events. The members attempted to support all of the sports teams and cooperate with the suggestions of the coaches. During the year the Pep Club sponsored pep buses, sports parties for athletes, and school-wide color days. The members also made spirit signs for the halls and served refreshments after home wrestling matches. Right: Members remained loyal to the teams even on the coldest days. Fifth row: S. Reigle, K. Ulrich, A. Albert, j. Wallace, K. Powell, A. Grier, S. Hedenberg, C. Hershey, K. Hedenberg, H. Coleman. Missing: J. Moyer, L. Grier, P, Smith,j. Harris. 6 The Women Behind fhe Men The Mat Maids is a service organization formed to help the wrestlers and their coaches. So that the athletes can devote their time to preparing themselves for their individual matches, the club takes care of the major jobs like cleaning the mats, introducing the wrestlers, and keeping the statistics. Over the Christmas vacation the Mat Maids sponsored a wres- tling tournament, financed through the sale of license plates, a dance, and a flower sale. Right: A pyramid of faithful helpers. Standing: Mr. Sherkg advisor, C. Herr, E. Nelson,j. Biely, M. Gacono, V. Van Winkle, S. Books, G, Buchmoyer, R, Shearer, C. Kramer. Kneeling: C. Brough, K. Keller, S. Morrow, L. Stranick, M. Shuman. Girls Work fo Bei-fer Comm un ify! Back row L Smith M Stranick K Centini, L. Krciser, S. Stachow. From row C Woods S Gingrich S Day,j. Brandr,C. Waltz,j. Henise fscatcdy Through their efforts to improve their school and their community, the Tri-Hi-Y improved their own minds. The club had several representatives from the armed forces to speak to them during the year. The girls held a Christmas party for the pleasure of the Cleona handicapped class and entertained the Annville Elementary Special Education Class. The club hopes to increase its attendance and is looking forward to next year. "I-Icy! Whois tugging at my cap?" i I SPORTS SPOR T9 I 973 Qfafe Champions - A feam The 1975 Cross Country Team is without a doubt the best cross country team in Pennsylvania, and the best team in Ann- ville-Cleona's history. Scores reveal the fact that no team came close to defeating A-C except in the Conrad Weiser Invitational, where nothing went right. Every member of the team played a part in the success of the team. After many weeks of competition, the six who ran at State were Bob Stachow, Tim Longenecker, Gordon Gerber, Sam Kin- caid, Ed Gamber, and Scott Houser. Tom Tshudy and Rick Long were the altemates. The 48 points scored were the fewest ever scored by a class B champion. The 1973 Team successfully defended the State Championship title brought to A-C by the 1972 Team, Upper right: Coach Gerber is ready to record Bob Stachow's record breaking time. Above: And theyire off! Upper left: The race isn'r over yer, Above: but the end is drawing near, Left: only a few more steps to go. . . .lon fo be remembered. PM af' f' 'lui Y 0 H as 4:4 3 21 af .wr 'Q' - ' " 'fy' w.., , J., .M 1,1-, ', :T v fy 'fn' fi 1 ,, , fi f W'-W ' , A .,.f, -F ' W "A ' :.?'Q,A43v'.1'f.' V-A '. x 4, ,C MAA . X ,W r f - A 1: X xg. X, "Y"Qs43" 'X 5 ' 4 gf it 2, ' , , m ,fp A mf' 3 psf:-k 4: j ,N ,uv QV' . f I is ,-ifw ' F . ,fifff W ,gm tiias ,xq . . .1 .Ax ..f,... ' ' i ,ma fa 9 1 4 if 4 W l N iv . KS 5, K fi". ' gif! uf?-!,g Q Sf V J X .I - Left: Hey, wait for me! Below: Sam Kincaid, cheered on by fans and cheerleaders, attempts to overtake his opponents. Lower left: The End. Scores Varsity A-C Opp. 15 55 Wamick 2 1 45 Lampetcr-Strasburg 15 55 N. Lebanon 19 48 Penn Manor 17 48 Conestoga Valley 15 55 Pequea Valley 27 37 Hempfield 17 50 Ephrata 15 55 Columbia 16 49 Mccaskey 20 42 Solanco 15 55 Lebanon 23 38 Manheim Twp. 19 41 Garden Spot 15 5 5 ELCO 18 48 Elizabethtown Invitationals: LVC Meet C8 teamsj Conrad Weiser Inv. C35 teamsj Solanco Inv. Q24 teamsj All League Run f17 teamsj Millersville S. C. District III Meet C10 countiesj State Meet fall "B" schools in Pa.j A-Cj.V. Inv. K8 teamsj j.V. A-C Opp. 21 35 16 48 24 55 21 43 A-C First Fourth First First First First First Varsity A-C Opp. 77 15 28 6 7 66 0 34 14 O 25 6 14 14 6 26 6 7 8 21 Anficipafion of vicfory . . . and realify of defeaf Scores Palmyra Garden Spot Solanco Manheim Cent. Penn Manor Donegal L-S Elco Cocalico York Catholic A-C 8 31 IV Opp. 14 O 7 O 18 15 15 8 6 12 7 O www f 1... Upper right: ,IV's fight a tough battle to stay in the lead. 'F' !. ...Q 5 -Q f-Q., Q- . ww rm... i, my ., . Q, NW.. 'Wim ,rt ,m,, . ,,,. Lower left: I gorcha! Right: Randy Leonard scores a touchdown on the opening kickoff return. t r ,Ag - T Upper left: Is it or isn'r ir? Upper right: . . . in prepararion for battle. Lower left: I think your helmet is on backwards x Upper left: Season's over, Upper right: They're behind their team every second of the game Lower right: Move over buddy! 'G Left: Don't trip, Randy! Below: "Time Out" Lower left: We love ir! 5 . W 1 ff: ..,, The Dutchmen Football Team proudly represented A-C High in the 1973 football season. Although the attitude, enthusiasm and pride were ever present the Dutchmen were victims of tough breaks throughout the season. Adversity came in many forms. Injuries took their toll on the first team offense and defense, and inexperience became more of a problem as the season rolled on. No member of the team ever quit in his attempt to do honor to the school and every member of the coaching staff and team found 1973 to be very exciting and rewarding regardless of the record shown. The j.V. team carried this pride and excitement shown by the entire foot- ball team to their record of seven wins and one loss. They were thereby post- ing the best j.V. record in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. Their flame was nof e fin uished by fhe winds of defeaf. The 1973 Girls Field Hockey Team entered their season with spirit and determination. Although they failed to reach their goals - as far as scores and team record was concerned - the girls gained expe- rience, learned to work together as a team and never gave up their fight for victory. Top right: Look out, here it comes! Upper tight: jV's give support while the Varsity girls fight to win. Above: Halftime pep talks get the team prepared for that second 25 minutes of hustle and drive, Right: Linda Sorrentino, a iunior at right fullback, hustles to get the ball to that forward line. f Q , 4' f Q 4 I Q is M' s B L 4 Q' Q 4 9 3 f? I' ix Y if F Boys Have a Tou h Rebuildin Season This year was a rebuilding year for the team with only two seniors, john Kincaid and Bill Boger. The most outstanding and consistent per- formances came from Scott Marshall and Ed Hoffer. Brad Hartman and Nick Faiola were the two leading scorers on last year's j.V. team but because of injuries were out most of this season. Most of the season the team was plagued by inexperience and inconsistant performances. The varsity team ended its season 3 and 15 in league play and 3 and 18 over- all. The -I.V. team did well, ending their season with a league record of 11 wins and 7 losses. "K-..,-,,MH , 8 f-1-r A . ,M .c W ,Q 's 1.. ,Q-t' '-.,..:, wtf Vx ,. Wir -ww Upper right: just minutes before the action starts. Above: Bill Boger f20J fakes out his opponent. Righcjohn Kincaid f24J takes it down the middle to score. , z,,,,,, Z4 M K f-Q... Ga' F". Mk-ms, , 'RSX . M--.....,.. f':,,g.,, K - AQ W , ,Va .www s.,,...i-A. , .-4 5 7556 ww 541, my kb vs-.,,nMmu Q - . 1 -rw ' , 2 ,V N fs 93' 02, MWMMW, rx wif 7 fe Upper left: Reed O'Neal 1441 takes a foul shot. Lower left: john Faiola C301 makes lay-up as Tim Dunlap C225 and Rick Schools f54j look on. Below: john Imboden keeps the defense alive. U-an Varsity A-C Opp. 51 67 39 90 60 92 47 67 68 63 59 66 38 49 57 88 63 73 70 64 49 97 83 72 53 1 1 1 51 62 63 80 58 63 65 73 64 95 58 77 71 77 38 101 Scores Northeastern Lower Dauphin Garden Spot Lampeter-Strasburg Norlebco Solanco Palmyra Manheim Central ELCO Donegal Cocalico Pequea Valley Garden Spot Lampeter-Strasburg Norlebco Solanco Pequea Valley Manheim Central ELCO Donegal Cocalico .I.V. A-C Opp. 40 38 41 65 47 43 41 38 51 40 52 48 53 55 58 57 52 61 49 47 51 83 75 34 53 54 37 44 76 40 70 41 75 34 40 42 47 43 54 64 40 63 Girls almosf break even wifh a league reoord of 7 wins and 9 losses The 1973-74 Varsity Girls Basketball team finished with a record of 7 wins and 9 losses in league play and an overall record of 8 and 11. Because each team member was important it is hard to single out one factor which enabled our girls to stand up against some of the toughest teams in the league and run all over some of the others. This year's j.V. team did succeed in having a winning season. Their record of 9 and 7 in league play and 11 and 8 overall shows bright hopes for the future. The teams successfully worked together and made a name for themselves in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. 7 6 ' 1 Lefr: Jeanne Buchmoyer 1551, is there a shcepdog on the court? Lower left: Lisa Hoshower 1451, and Linda Sorrcntino M55 reach for the rebound. Below: The fans, the ,I.V,'s, and the rest of the players cheer on their team, Varsity A-C Opp. 55 54 50 59 59 55 55 68 56 49 25 52 56 55 50 55 40 58 55 18 19 52 42 21 55 45 52 55 75 50 44 75 58 55 51 19 43 15 Scores Palmyra lebanon Ephrata Vlarwick Penn Manor Cedar Crest Elizabethtown Norlebco Lebanon ELCO Cedar Crest Manheim Central Elizabethtown Ephrata Manheim Central Wfarwiclt Palmyra Norlebco ELCO OPP 28 56 54 19 26 22 25 14 40 13 24 11 24 21 18 44 17 20 10 Firsf winnin season for A-0 wresflers. Scores Varsity j.V. A-C Opp. A-C Opp. 31 19 Harrisburg 23 9 18 24 Williams Valley 24 14 26 22 Cedar Crest 33 12 43 24 ELCO 42 0 30 19 Ephrata 34 8 24 2 1 Cocalico 38 20 3 57 Elizabethtown 10 18 2 1 23 N orlebco 2 1 3 19 2 1 Bermudian Springs 18 9 32 23 Pequea Valley 1 1 1 1 27 18 Palmyra 35 1 1 26 17 Lampeter-Strasburg 33 9 9 40 Donegal 18 6 27 19 Lebanon Upper right: Sophomore Dan Graaf wins another match at 155. Above: Warm ups! Right: Assistant Coach Tom Walter and Head Coach Chris Sherlt watch the action as the match progresses. Left: Dave Shuman, senior, wrestled at 126, Lower left: Harold Risser, a junior wres- , tler at 138 sees that hard work pays off ! This year boasted Annville-Cleona's first winning wrestling season and marked the first Dutchmen Holiday Tournament, in which Annville-Cleona finished fourth of the seven participating schools. At this tournament and in the league team several team members received honors. Although a few of the outstanding wrestlers graduated this year, expectations for next year's season look great. The outstanding junior Varsity record promises an even better season next year. One Game Away From a Firsf Place Finish The Little Dutchmen, under new head coach Glenn Worcester, were picked this season to finish last in the northern section of the Lancaster-Leba- non League. The varsity, however, made believers out of many fans and teams as they began the season with a 4-O record and in first place. The league ended up with Lebanon 10-2 and A-C 9-3. This gave the varsity second place and one game out of first place. Special recognition should be given to the seniors who made this season possible: Dennis Miller, Todd Hollinger, Gus O'Neal, and Doug Dohner. This year's j.V. team, under jim Sprecher, fin- ished with 4 wins and 9 losses, many of which were due to erratic fielding. The team featured strong pitching and fair to good hitting. . Scores Varsity "B" A-C Opp, A-C Opp, 3 2 Elizabethtown 8 5 6 4 Cedar Crest 3 18 5 4 Palmyra 7 14 6 0 N. Lebanon 7 10 S 1 Lebanon 2 5 7 2 ELCO 3 4 1 O Lebanon Catholic 0 5 Manheim Central 18 11 4 5 Elizabethtown 0 8 6 12 Cedar Crest 0 4 8 12 N. 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' , ,K i- 7433, 1-, , . - ., z rs r . - '-'bm' - - , nf ..--'. - -4-qu.. wa.. ,QQ +434 ,N vw Opposite page, top: The A-C Varsity Baseball bench while building a 5-1 lead over Lebanon. Middle left: Come on john, come on kid! Throw a strike-Johnny! Lower tight: Senior, Gus O'Neal, beats the ball ro third. This page, upper left: Senior fielder, Doug Dohner, at bat, Middle right: junior, Dave Bingaman, ready for a grounder to third. Bottom: Craig I-leisey scores in an attempt to keep the "B" team in the game against Lebanon, which they lost by only one run. l27 Raclcef Record Qpms Scores Cedar Crest Donegal ELCO Man, Cent. Wamick Cocalico E-town Lebanon Ephrata Cedar Crest Donegal ELCO Man. Cent, Wamick Cocalico E-town Lebanon Ephrata Opposite page, left: Here it comes! Upper right: Coach Kreifels explains a move to seniorjeanne Buchmoyer. Lower right: Way to swing that racket, Liz! This page, upper left: Will the effort pay off? Lower left: What goes up must come clown! Righnjuniorjudy Weidler retums a serve. This yearis record of 9-9 was the winningest season for girls, tennis ever at A-C. This record was possible because of the out- standing individual performances of jean Buchmoyer and Sandy Adey. Others who contributed timely wins were Liz Brensinger, judy Weidler, Denah Appelt, Gail Buchmoyer, Beth Sherman and Deb Newman. The girls were shut out only once this season by a very good Elizabethtown team. They can be very proud of their excellent season. 1974 was a successful season for the track team. By winning 14 dual meets and losing only one, the team remained unbeaten through two successive years in Section II of the Lancaster-Lebanon League. The high point of the season was the winning of the District III Meet - the third such championship in our school,s history. A-C had two gold medal places in the District Meet, winning both the mile relay CRick Long, jim Hershberger, john Kincaid, and Bill Bogerj and the two mile relay in a new school and district record time of 8205.8 Uohn Kincaid, Tim Boyer, Dave Smith, and Ed Gambeizj A-C Scores Opp. 98 Middletown 52 110 Palmyra 40 133 Cocalico 17 107 Elizabethtown 43 121 Cedar Crest 29 101 Penn Manor 49 132 Donegal 18 94 Elco 56 101 Ephrata 49 122 L. Strasburg 28 99 Lebanon 51 110 Manheim Central 40 127 N. Lebanon 23 70 Solanco 80 ri" 4 ' V ' - - +1014 z 1. can - .f . - , -...- . V Opposite page, upper right: Senior, john Kincaid takes the lead in his relay to help A-C to another victory. Bottomzjim Hershberger and Dale Miller pull out first and second places in the hurdles. This page, upper left: Scott Houser, Curtis Rholand andjim Reist sweep the first three places in this distance run. Upper right: Senior, Glenn Sellers, prepares to put the shot. Lower left: What is this, a family reunion or a track meet? Disfricf III i Although the girls' track team finished their first year in the Lancaster- Lebanon League in last place, it was a good building year for the team. The girls competed with schools who have had girls' track for many years. This was definitely a handicap for Annville-Cleona. However, with our retuming team members, next year should prove to be a better year. Scores A-C Opp. 14 Solanco 73 23 Harrisburg 50 10 Manheim Township 77 13 Manheim Central 74 11 Hempfield 76 26 Elizabethtown 61 29 Donegal 58 14 Garden Spot 73 29 Conestoga Valley 58 27 McCaskey 60 Leapin Lassies Have Losin Season Opposite page, upper rightzjane Meyer is right on the tail of Tammy Smith as they run rhe 880 Lower left: Lori McMichael attempts the high jump during the Manheim Central meet Lower right: Carmen Weaver pulls out front during the 220. 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'xl ,. ' . : - f ' , I ,ig F ,+. :f,f ,Q f f ., , Q . , - ' f 1.4 m A' - .f .x 4 W 1 Q 9... fn .L 1 tx' , Q. Q f fi s , , A Jr".--1 A, ' ., 7'-3 u, W A , f V .,, ' , 3 Q0 Y." V, ' -. :,f f.',' ' ' f vp M 'W' .' " a , 'f 2 ' 5 f Q J " ' Q Qi 4 X, 0 , o Q P .O.s0. Afhlefes ofA-0 Boys' Basketball: Row 1: S. Marshall,-I. Kincaid, B. Boger, B. Hartman. Row 2: T. Dunlap, D. Bentz, N. Faiola, D, Deysher,j. Imboden, E. Hoffer, B. Dohner. Row 3: Varsiry Coach Bamhart, R. O'Neal, S. Kreamer, D. Landis, L. Ebersole, R. Schools, K. Kreiser,j.V. Coach Sprecher. Girls' Basketball: Row 1: Coach Oller, D. Herr, A. Hamm, -1. Buchmoyer. Row 2: G. Buchmoyer, C. Waltz,j.,Iamison, S. Long, L. Sorrentino, L. Stranick, B. Sherman, L. Bowman, L. Brensinger. Row 311, Henise, K. Centini, K. Brandt, S. Books, S. Adey, K Yeagley, M. Sherman, M. Gacona, L. Unger, P. Reese. Opposite page: Football: Row 1:71, Chemich, M. Gardner, M. Wagner, H. Smith, M. Wilhelm, R. Leonard, G. Forney, G. Wallace. Row 21.1. Sholly,j. Risser, N. Faiola, A. Tate, L. Campbell, S. Marshall, B. Dohner, R. O'Neal. Row 5: J. Hershberger, E. Sowers, E. Hoffer, S, Bomberger, S. Albright, H. Kisser, B. Gibson, Asst. Varsity Coach Svirsko. Row 4: S. Taulbee,j. Kreider, A. Risser, L. Walborn, S. Kreamer,,I. Morrow, Asst.-I.V. Coach Teter. Row 5: Head ,I.V, Coach Sherk, T. Dunlap, R. Kleinfelter, D. Graaf, L. Ebersole, P. Brewer, J. Witmer, Head Varsity Coach Tulli. Cross Country: Row 1: S, Kincaid,j. Kincaid, D. Smith, G, Gerber, S. Houser, C. Rholand, D. l-less,j. Reist. Row 2: Coach Gerber, T. Tshudy, B. Stachow, E. Gamber, T. Brandt, T. Boyer, J. Light, P. Diehl. Row 3: A. Bordlemay, K. Ulrich, R. Long, M. Hackenberg, C, Gerber, R. Stoe. Field Hockey: Row 1: Coach Ollet, K. Paine, M. Bryce, D. Herr, K. Herrington, A. Hamm. Row 2: K. Ycagley, M. Grant, L. Stranick, L. Sorrentino,j. Weidler, P. Reese, B. Sherman, S. Rauch. Row 3: V. vanwinkle, C. Weaver, H. White, K. Fetter, H. Coleman, C. Lash, G. Buchmoyer. Row 4:-J. Meyer, L. McMichael, L, Beard, J. Henise, L. Unger, A. Peters. Row 5: C. Waltz, M. Stranick,j. Brandt, K. Wengert, S. Day, B. O'Hara, S. Adey, M. Sherman. ,H .1 fm if 5 YL '.7'J."f .-1 K 2 I L 0 s 'TM' ANNVILLE V 4 W W., Jir- 'w.',,,4,, W , . 'A . x la 2 x ' fs Boys' Track: Row 1: S. Kincaid,-I. Reist, M. Shirk, R. Leonard, G. Forney, G. Sellers, H. Granr, G. Gerber, B. Boger,j. Chemich, C. Rholand, G. Wallace Row 2: E. Hofferhl. Kincaid, D, Miller, T. Birch, M: Warson, D. Smith, T. Brown, D. Hess, S. Houser, M. Fortna. Row 31.1. Waldhausen, D. Kreider,j. Sholly, T. Brandt, B. Srachow, E. Gamber, T. Tshudy, T. Boyer, B. Dohner, L. Campbell, A: Tate. Row 4: S. Bomberger,j. Hershberger, M. Mariani, K. Ulrich, L. Bowman, S. Albright, R. long, R. Kleinfclter, R. Schools, S. Kreamer, K. Furhman. Row 5: Coach Ulrich, A. Bordlemay, B. DeLong, D. Pellman, A. Longanecker, E. Miller, J. Morrow, P. Troutman, C. Gerber, Head Coach Gerber. Girls' Track: Row 1: H. White, A. Risser, C. Weaver, K. Kleinfelter, C. Woods, L. Centini, D, Reclclinger, C. Butler. Row 2: V. Vanwinkle, L. Stranick, S. Brandt, L. Smith, K. Fetter, M. Grant, T. Smith. Row 3: E. Fairlamb,j. Keener, K. Klick, D. Hain, J. Graby, B. O'Hara. Row 4: E. Boyer, A. Kaylor,-J. Meyer, L. Sorrentino, S. Morrow, S. Stachow. Row 5: L. McMichaels, D. Walborn, A. Peters, L. Beard, K. Lingle, Coach Rekis. Row 6: N. Weaver, K. Kuhn, M. Bryce, J. Watts, B. Young, K. Yellets, S. Hartman. Opposite page: Wrestling: Row 1: D. Shuman, M. Wilhelm, D. Rauch, T. Brown. Row 2:1 Risser, B. DeLong, A. Tate, D. Bingaman, B. Gibson,j. Custer. Row 321. Hiles, S. Heflner, D. Rauch, -1. Kreider, K. Furhman, D. Pellman,j. Waldhausen, M. Funk, H. Risser. Row 4: Head Coach Shcrk, P. Brewer, S. Taulbee, D. Hartnett,-I. Morrow, D. Graaf, R. Kleinfelter, A. Risser, Coach Walter. Baseball: Roy 1: K. Kreiser, S. Dailey, D. Weimer, D. Miller, D. Dohner, R. O'Neal, T. Hollinger. Row 2: R. O'Neal, D: Bentz, D. Landis, DI. Imboden, D. Deysher, N. Faiola,.I. Graby, D. Jamison, L. Ebersole. Row 51.1. Kelley, P. Brewer, J. Hiles, E. Books, T. Hollinger, T. Herr, C. Heisey, R. Fclty, D: Bowman. Row 4: Varsity Coach Worcester, T. Rhoads, T. Dunlap, B. Stasko, D. Bingaman, M. Lerchen, D. Wesrhafer,j. Witmer,,I.V. Coach Sprecher. Tennis: Row 1: D. Bowman, B. Albert, D. Bernardo, D. Newman, S. Fees,,I. Henise, C. Bowman. Row 2: G. Buchmoyer, D. Nelson,,I. Downs, W. Hirz,-J. Heater, D. Appelt, L. Brensinger, Coach Kreifels. Row 5: C. Waltz, D. Berkheiser,j. Weidler, B. Sherman, S. Adey, K. Centini,j. Buchmoyer, K. Herrington. . , .1- XXXQ ,ii un A X . , 4? l an-Bazaar.-curamuzc UNDERCLASQMEN uNDERcLA SSMEN 0 02730 LH!" 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X, V A X i KX ,. s 'X,.IF.x N K 1 1 . i ill all Kit Tate at ,V Wanda Taylor 4 Bonnie Thornton " 'V ' ' Patsy Travis ' 'Q , - David Troy i 'K .Q Catherine Uhrich 'X .Q 1' Donald Umberger ' - K Dawn Whitman Besry Wilt Duane Winters Heidi Witmeyer Lisa Wolfe Lisa Young Danny Zimmerman :wt ff? , K' :mi sQ8' .9 af 1 - is,- 3 N .QV A. 41' ... - -is , X7 W ' wifi A r l i F A - in 6 af' -s if Library Assisfanfs Learn fha Trade The Library Assistants is mainly a service organization. By acting as an assistant to the librarian during study halls each member helps the school. The members' activities include checking out, shelfing, and repairing the library books and performing the many other library tasks that a single librarian could not handle by herself. The organization also promotes an interest in librarian- ship as a career and encourages students to appreciate the library and its books. Left: Ajr. High Library Assistant leams how to operate library equipment from Sr. High Assistants. Bottom left: That's not working. Bottom tight: Row 1: P. Hickscnheiset, C. Sweet, P. Zimmerman, D.jacobs. Row 2:1 Downs, C. Rodkey, B. Evans, K. Hedenbetg, Row 3: T. Fratteroli, P. Rott, R. Farlow, N, Kaylor. Row 4: W, Hitz, D. Baer, C, Ebersole, L. Bcntz. ww 1 .9 A' Tri-Hi-Y Sfrives fo Help Ufhers The goals of the junior High Tri-Hi-Y, a bas- ically religious group, are to strengthen the members' minds and bodies, and to work for a better world. By using their talents and by study- ing the needs of others the members perform services for others. This year the members made favors for St, Patrick's Day at Cedar Haven, held a dance for the junior High, and sponsored a swimming party. The c1ub's food sale financed these projects. LJ-'H' T pf I Upper left: Row 1: D. Shay, S. Kincaid, K. Wallace, R. Stima,j. Wallace, Row 2: B. White, A. Albert, D, Kyman, N. Kaylor,-J.jamison,,I. Keener. Row 311, Herr,j. Graby. Above: Members of the club listen intently. Left: The Club Officers: R. Stimag Vice President, D. Shay, Treasurer,-I. Wallace, Chaplain, K. Wallaccg President Kincaid, Secretary. 1 Qociefy Travels fo Williamsburg Aiilk. The junior High Honor Society is a group that hon- ors outstanding students. The members are chosen on the basis of their scholastic achievement, leadership abilities, citizenship, and outstanding character. The highlights of the year included the induction ceremo- nies and the group's field trip to Williamsburg, Va. bove: Row 1:1 Bomgardner, D. Kreider,j. Light, D. Brough, L. Buchmoyer, D. Herr. ow 2: C. Weaver, D. Hain, M. Shenk, S. Bomgardner, -1. Reigle, S. Fees, P. Dietz. , ow 3: A. Kaylor, B. O'l-Iara, D. Bernardo, A. Light, A, Risser, B. Albert, j. Heeter, P, Blocker, J. Graby. 1ow4: S. Kincaid, L. Stranickhl, Wallace, S. Reese, C. Kettering, S. Biely, R. Weiss, R, Stoe. low Srj. Reist, D. Stoe,j. Longnecker, D, Reddingenj. Gardner, K. Umberger, B. Waldhauscn, M. Sorrentino, L. Krcamer. F ufure Farmers of Our 900: The main purpose of the junior High Future Farmers of America is to acquaint students with agriculture and introduce students to the activ- ities of the Senior High Future Farmers of America program. This year the members worked with the Senior High chapter and attended their annual banquet. The members also had several service projects includ- ing the planting of flower bulbs around the school building. 1 Above: Don't bum your fingers! Right: Left to Right: jeffrey Hostetter, Reed Hoover, Elis Meyer, Allan I-lostetter, Advi- sor: Mr. Morton. Above right: Wonder if all carpenters started this way? Learnin fo Be Homemakers Under the direction of Mrs. Schaffer the -Iunior High Future Home- makers of America creates more interest in homemaking and teaches members how to face problems in both home and community life. Dur- ing their meetings members learn to do more than the stereotype house- wife role suggest. This year the club members visited the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg and conducted service projects for church homes. To finance these projects the club members held bake sales. Above left: What are you sewing now? Above right: Ir doesn't look done yet! Left: Advisor: Mrs. Schaffer, Alice Heagy, Penny Ford, Beth Harris. The Presses Roll Once More Although junior High students had previ- ously been given a chance to be on the staff of the school newspaper, this is the first year for a totally junior High newspaper, The Outcry. The newspaper includes polls, inter- views, puzzles, contests, and reports on activi- ties inside and outside of the school. With the help of Mrs. Bixler, and Mrs. Iskowitz the newspaper staff wrote the articles, organ- ized the paper, and held a candy apple sale to finance the paper. 64 Top: Busy as beavers. Above left: "Here's a spelling mistake." Above right: Row 1, seated: R. Stoe,j.jackson, M. McGovem. Row 2: Mrs. Bixlcrg advisor, B. Albert, D. I-Iain,j. Heeter, B. O'Hara, L, Hartzell. Row 3: Mrs. Iskowitzg advisor, D. Bemardo, D. Adkins, S. Fees, A. Risscr, Row 4: B. Daubert, A. Kaylor, P. Diehl, R. Weiss,j. Light. N0- +111 as f 1' Y yr 9 ' 5 ., 'U-sz Preparafion for Fufure Leadership The main purpose of thejunior High Student Council is to represent the junior High Students. This year the members sponsored two fun nights, held the King and Queen of Hearts dance, planted trees for the school, and bought a much needed school flag. The junior High dances helped to finance these projects and supplied entertainment for the students. A field trip to Washington provided a learning experience for the council. 'xxx Top Row 1 R Campbell, R. Stima, C. McFcatcrs, S. Daily, D. Hartnett, S, Daubert. Row 2 -I Morrow B Hostetter, T. Fetters, L. Nelson, L. Unger. Row 3 Mr Shirk advisor, S. Biely, P. Stachow,-I, Dutweilcr. Row 4 E Ruiz ,I Gacona, T. Boger. Left What did you say?" Above Come on you guys, cur it out!" One Enchanfed Evenm Well Worfh fhe Wad' One of the most exciting evenings for junior High stu- dents is the King and Queen of Hearts Dance, sponsored by the junior High Student Council. This year the dance was held on February 16, from 7:30 to 10:30. After spend- ing Friday night creating the red and white background for the dance, the council members were ready for the dance and the coronation. Kathy Wallace and Robert Wilhelm were crowned and reigned for the rest of the memorable evening. , 6 OUEE VAN UF N als, Opposite page, top right: Last year's king and queen crown Kathy and Bob. Bottom: Seated: R. Miller, L. Nelson, K. Wallace, R. Wilhelm, R. Stima, S. Long. Standing: S. Biely, P. Gibson, S. Krcamer, M. Nelson, S. Books, K. Wilson,j. Dutweiler, T. Herr. This page, top left: jr. High enjoys its first date. Top right: Smile! You're on candid camera! Lower left: "I could have danced all night." Lower right: Members of the 1974 court enjoy a dance after being crowned. X 1 67 68 Prachoe Makes Perfecf This year the junior High students organized a Chess Club to display their ability to play the game. The club enabled the members to compete with players of their own skill. Although the members had been in a Chess League, they were forced to discontinue their plans because of the energy crisis. Through their weekly meetings the club members increased their ability to play chess. Left: Members of the club take a break after school to play a game of chess. And fhe Band Played on Although many of the junior High Band members could not attend all the practices because of sports and clubs, the junior High Band had a successful year. This year the band held their annual concert, played in an assembly program, and marched in the Memorial Day Parade. The band's director, Mr. Lemon, was very pleased with the success of the Junior High Band and hopes for another good year next year. 'W --4.. Y --Q-sdrwfr Q 70 Hard Work and Defermmahon Q W The seventh grade chorus provides many seventh grad- ers with their first opportunity to sing in a large chorus. Under the direction of Mrs. Sollenbenberger the chorus members practiced during the school week and held two successful concerts. Hopefully, the members will use their experience in the seventh grade chorus to create a success- ful junior High chorus next year. Right: Mrs. Sollenberger and the chorus practice the songs for the Spring Choral Concert. . . . Leads fo Successful Concerfs This year Mrs. Sollenberger led her junior High chorus, which con- sisted of eighth and ninth grade students, to successful Christmas and Spring Choral Concerts. Audrey Kaylor and Kory Umberger accompa- nied the members of the chorus as they sang numbers like "Christ, The Lord, Is Bom" and "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Next year the ninth grade members will help to enrich the Senior High Chorus, and the eighth grade members will lend their experience to another year in the junior High Chorus. Left: Members of the chorus try to remember the words of a song as they practice for the concert. X 1 1 1 1 I T l T l Y ' ' 1 l I I A ui v ,xg f F ,Heaven-0 gi fix? If Q J 3 ki f 4 in 5 The main goal of the junior High Cheerleaders was to create more school spirit and enthusiasm at Annville-Cleona High School. The cheer- leaders tried to encourage more students to turn out for the games and sup- port the junior High teams. This year the cheerleaders did more than lead- ing cheers and spreading school spirit. They also had a toothbrush sale, sold buttons, and held bake sales. The girls would eventually like to buy new uniforms with their profits. Opposite page, bottom: jr. High Cheerleaders: Row 1: D. Walborn,j. Graby. Row 2: A. Simmers, V. Schirato, K. Wallace, N. Kaylor. Row 3: L. Bcntz, R. Stimag co-captains. Left: Cheerleaders watch the game with interest. Right: "Let's go team!" This page, top: "Wl1o's got my coat?" Left: Cheerleaders hope for an easy win. Bottom left: Keep smiling girls. Below: "Come on everybody YELLF' B+. We .ga as 14 'kart lj, ' ff! 15, i , 1 S AN 4-i ' ,A .., Q Q .f ff.,,r.. J 3 .. . va 5 1 f , . . L ' k as , '63, ' A A- , ,f 1,1 f A ..... f '54, W -X, if f ff . if in 'Zi 5? nnnvvv-vfwf-:anwf N l 5 Learnin Through Loss Us Q J N X X - "-- 1-,z 2" .Plussf 9 x .-.gs vig 8 5 V. ff' ' Q 15 J . X . -- , ,.. . ' ',v rj' ' ,Ev -1' - -v 1 Y .. . 1' -."1f4 L i f P' ' ' 151' K . f' ff ', ? ' T - ,rip -' 1 i . . 1353? ..,, w 4 . .I YL sm . f ' .WI s . , r ,s x- ,QW . f X ' Y-5 X nf' 1 Elco Wuwick Ephrara Palmyra Cocalico lebanon Cedar Crest OPP. 6 7 22 56 36 35 42 Top: Row 1: F. Dellingcr, T. Shcllenbergcr, B. Daubert, T. Simpson, S. Yeaglcy. Row 2: M. Sorrenrino,j. Gacona, S. Sudbury, T. Hciscy, L. Krcamcr, R. Wengen. Row 3: T. Henning, T. MrCabe,j. Albright, D. Dunlap, S. Wampler,j. Mills, R. Harlon. Row 4: T. Boger, B. Lingle, M. Kreiderhl. Durweilcr, E. Hollowell, S. Beily,-I. Rcist, E. Books. Row 6: R. jonesg Coach, L. Bachlorg Coach. l Row 5: E. Ruiz, S. Harmetr, S. Miller,-I. Ruhl, P. Gibson, B. Wilhelm, T. Bingamanhl. Tucker. 75 Learnm From Experience ' "' .vwlu ig --ci my This page, top: Coach Teter and players conce Above: Who can I throw it to? Right: UP and IN! Opposite page, left: "Can you believe that?" Right: jr, High team warms up before a game Bottom: Row 1: L. Kreamer, B. Lingle, E. Ruiz M Sorrentmo E Books B Reigle j Smith -J jackson, S. Miller, D. Yorty. Row 2: T. Henning, R. Wengen, K, Ginder,j Hoffer ,I Sudbury K Umbetget M Hartnett B Gerber, D. Gress. Row 3: Mr, Bachelorg coach, M. McCabe, P. Stachow T Englehart R Meyers D Russell G Gerber, B. Strong, Mr. Tetetg coach. .4-M ntrate on the game Although the first half of the junior High Basketball season was not outstanding, the team members used what they had learned during the first half to end the season with an excellent second half. The players came back to defeat many of the teams who had previously beaten them. Because the seventh and eighth graders faced many ninth grade opponents, they gained the expe- rience necessary for a successful team next year. AC Opp. 25 Cocalico 46 28 Cedar Crest 40 49 ELCO 32 ' 32 Lebanon 40 46 Warwick 48 O.T. 30 N. Lebanon 22 41 Ephrata 34 30 Cocalico 38 39 Cedar Crest 30 50 ELCO 39 35 Lebanon 38 38 Warwick 32 39 N. Lebanon 35 45 Ephrata 42 OT. 'overtime - O.T. The junior High track team coma piled a record this year of 2 and 10. Although the overall record was not as good as possible, the year was a good one for the team. During the season four junior High track records were set or tied. Because each team member competed at least once on an interscho- lastic level, the boys retuming to next year's team will be more experienced and will hopefully lead to a winning record. The Race ls on gmw PWM 'QS .. e .W - S . LPN AW? is Q! gow, VL' Q.-iiiillifiefiiffiiv' , , ,r re:-1, .LNCS-V radii' A14 J' ff it ., i A If ei -f 7 vQ!,ni"' ..., wir by , . 5 -.,,. ,-N1 left: Only one more lap to go. Below: Row 1: J. jackson, B. Strong, S, McMichal, bl. Jamison, J. Valatti, M. Kreiser, -I. Hoffer, T. Boger, II, Holler, R. Butler, B. Stoner. Row 2: S. Hartnett, R. Brinker,j. Light, P. Diehl, D. Stephen, R. Blantz, M. Gardner, K. Umberger, B. Waldhausen, R. Meyers. Row 3:1 Smith, D. Eshenmen, K. Wagner, D. Troy, S. Biely,j. Royer, M. Stevens, S. Yeagley, T. Felty, B. Bomberger. Row 4: B. Wilhelm, J. Dutweiler, B. Daubert, F. Dellinger, R. Stoe, vl. Ruhl, L. Hartzell, J. Reist, D. Yorty, M. McGovern, L. Kreamer, R. Seyfcrt, R. Reich. Row 5: G. Gerber - Coach, C. Kaylor - Manager, M. Fasnacht, P. Ercoli, R, Weiss - Manager, D. Adkins, J. Longenecker, P Stachow,,I. Brandt - Coach. Missing from picture: D. Kestner. I V f','k 1 Mx Opp. Palmyra 149 Middletown 91 Red Lion 1 13 11 5 W Lower Dauphin 57 V2 Elizabethtown 69 50 Hershey 123 50 Edward Hand 122 70 Reynolds 103 70 V2 Wheatland 102 V2 57 Lincoln 1 16 69 Mechanicsburg 104 33 Wilson 90 4th All-League Meet District III Meet .aifelsn ' , 179 We 're Learnin 41 Although the junior High Wrestling record is rather disappointing, the boys had a successful season, because they learned. One of the basic purposes for the junior High Wrestling program is learning through expe- rience. The success of Sr. High Wrestlers after participating in the jr. High program proves the value of the program. Because over half the team is rerurning next year, the season will probably be a season of Winning as well as learning. Above left: Let's Go! Above right: The Winner, Opposite page, top: "Roll 'em over: Pin 'em." Bottom left: jeff is a happy victor once again. Bottom right: "Ready - Set - Go!" -1 . as 3 , 'E' ,, ., ,:gfzg,zw. 9 .5 ,Qgf3Q,4f,:zx.,. ,,. - K, ' viz, wg :,:i.:fsf ,. 1 ' . ,A f ,.1 1 i f 4 :t,xX?'L1??3!"' S wx Mefgwsf. 4, -wi H . .xx ,gf -H W M H A .fi "Fixx ' , ' W 7 ifgirffi',jqfiilgxigf:gf K 4 , 'kiwi' Qian? 3ft,:f?,f, 5? zirfypzgkg xQQ3'WZ'S,1f. W, Hg 4' gw . Q, x 1. , . x 1' , 4 bgpfgmfs, IQ! wg,-J: - 3- lifjg 352 simbzid f mf ,. S 3 , 'a Our Girls in Red and whife - L, The junior High Mat Maids is a group of girls formed to assist the wrestling team. Advised by Mr. Eschenmann the members of the club aid the team by cleaning the mats, introducing the wrestlers, and keeping the statistics. 5533 Q f 5 ' lil ' ff' o ' 172 fg. Above: Row 1: D. Bernardo, B, Albert, A. Kaylor, L. Buchmoyer, A. Light, B. O'Hara, A. Risser. Row 2: S. Reese, R. Campbell, D. Bowman, D, Baer, D. Brcidenstcin, R. Deibus, T. Shaud. From Sporfs r ' uf' , K h 'Q 1 NZ,, A f- Qi ef ,M . . . fo Acfivifies The Greduefing ME? We Came, We Laughed, fo Be Remembered . . . Class of 1974 MR We Learned. and Gave a Perf of Ourselves When We Were Gone. Diplomas Are Issued fo 1974 Graduafes 1 'fit it N f L 1 Las! L. Opposite page, left: Bonnie Brown makes her grand appearance at Commencement. Right: Leading the class, Tim Foltz fClass Presidentj receives his diploma from Howard A. Weaver fPresident, Board of Educationj, This page, upper left: Dr. Gilbert McKlveen gives the Commencement Address. Lower left: Hats are shed as the girls realize it's over. Below: Don't tell me Cheryl's crying again. D fl! . I! 'I V .' ' 1.-14 L24 5552 E L E ,. 7 Left, upper: The 1973-74 Senior High Chorus performs together for the last time. Lower: Make sure it's straight, Harold. Right, upper: It's only a matter of minutes now until the end. Middle: OK. boys, let's flip the tassels together this time. Lower: Awaiting the final hour. 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Hess Kiichens and Appliances GOLD Hill Farm Nursing Home Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Kepley Phyllis and Bob Kreamer Laudermilch Mea'rs Lebanon Eleclric Supply Co. Lebanon Valley Na+ional Bank, Member F.D.l.C Lebanon Valley Offsel' Co. Dr. and Mrs. George T. Loose H. L. Meyer, lnc. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Moeckel Alber+ R. Moonshine's Garage The People's Na+ional Bank of Lebanon Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Rauch Mr. and Mrs. John H. Riegel H. J. Smi+h 8: Son, lnc. Crushed Sione and Top Soil Uhler Siudio Umberger's Mill Mr. and Mrs. John Wa++s Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Weaber Walfer H. Weaber Sons, Inc. Whi+e's Food Marke+, Cleona, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Yelle+s American Bank and Trus+ Co. of Pa. Annville Frozen Food Service Bellegrove Women's Auxiliary Donald "Tony" Brooks Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Bowman Brand+'s Mill Mr. and Mrs. John H. Brummer Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Bucher Mr. and Mrs. Kennefh Buffenmeyer Casino Roller Rink- Raymond E. Sheffy Cleona Colonial Au+os, Inc. Cleona Truck Leasing, lnc. 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