Eastern Lebanon County High School - Sigma Yearbook (Myerstown, PA)
- Class of 1975
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ELCO 1975 i ' SIGMA 75 Myerstown, Pennsylvania HERE WE COME AGAIN We ' re back and it ' s Fall. It is a beginning, an interim, and an end in itself. So we come, some of us for the first time, others by way of saying farewell. Another year — freshman, sophomore, junior, senior year all rolled into one. It ' s Fall and we ' re back because we always do, always have, and always will come back. collection of memories. beginnings of a new look. a new year of beginnings lay ahead. MOTOR HEAD 13 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY - .:» ' s SCHOOL BOARD AND ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS - SEATED: Renee Wise, Lewis Zeller, John Zug - Pres. , Robert Patrick, John Kauffman. STANDING: Kenneth Good, Walter Northey, Frank Kirschner, Howard Bollinger. MISSING: Victor Ziegler. A High School yearbook should be and is a documentation of all of the important activities that occur during the school year. This year’s " book of the year " is designed for that pur¬ pose, and ably addresses itself to that function. On behalf of the School Administration and the District generally, we wish to thank the yearbook staff for the job which they have carried out in producing this book. We shall all enjoy their work for many years yet to come. May we also take this opportunity to wish to each member of the Class of 1975, the featured class in this yearbook, a happy and successful future. The yearbook attests to the many fine contributions that have been made to our ELCO school community by this class. Thank you, Class of 1975. Sincerely, ( crcrtL Kenneth R. Good Superintendent 16 SCHOOL BOARD MR. KENNETH R. GOOD MR. CARLTON TUCKER, JR. High School Principal MR. WALTER WERTZ Administrative Assistant MR. RICHARD SMITH Assistant Principal ADMINISTRATION 17 MRS. HELEN SNYDER Clerk MRS. DARLENE LUDWIG Business Manager MISS LYNN KREITZ OFFICE PERSONNEL 18 OFFICE MRS. HATTIE TROUTMAN MR. DONALD REITER MRS. GLORIA ECKERT MRS. SHIRLEY WEINHOLD LIBRARY NURSE MISS SUZANNE ASTON I don ' t feel very well, shouldn’t I go home? . . . Soak it in epsom salts . . . physicals with Dr. Courtney . . . Nellie the Nurse . . . did you study for your urine test? . . . now cover your left eye . . . which ear did you hear the bleep in? ... I don ' t weigh that much - do I? Although the medications of the Nurse are limited, she is still a great help to the ill and injured at ELCO. Her reassuring words framed by comforting smiles are always present and help to ease the pain. OUCH! MRS. NANCY LEVANDUSKY Readers Guide . . . Shhh . . . dictionaries . . . magazine requests . . . Philadelphia Inquirer . . . research for term papers . . . studying . . . ’’People, be quiet!” . . . word of the week . . . Dewey decimal system . . . the library makes it happen! The Library provides not only reference materials but also current books and magazines for free reading. It’s goals are to keep the student body informed of current events and to provide opportunities for supplementing their education. MRS. ANGELA KERCHER LIBRARY, NURSE 19 ART JOACHIM L. EISENBLAETTER A picture is worth a thousand words o why say a hundred. ART 2) BUSINESS MISS KAREN BROWN MR. FRANK DEANER The clatter of typewriters and the ringing of bells drift down from the Business rooms in symphony of mechanical euphony. These are the sounds of ELCO ' s world of business and high finance. The Vocational Business Education Department’s purpose is to teach students so that they will be employable. In their learning, personality and character traits are developed that businesses request such as loyalty, honesty, dependability, neatness, and the ability to follow instructions. MRS. LENA SAUNDERS MR. GEORGE McDONALD MISS DARLENE MILLER BUSINESS 23 MRS. JEAN FOULKER GUIDANCE Problems . . . headaches . . . mixed up computerized schedules . . . what do you want to do after high school - do you really want to do THAT? . . . tutoring . . . business schools . . .Mr. Duncan . . . applications . . . scholarships . . . letters of acceptance. Possible solutions to the questions of our futures are the topics of discussion in the Guidance Department. College catalogs and representatives of the business world and armed forces are always available to interested students. The opportunity to fill a role in society begins here in the Guidance Office. MR. BERNARD G. BECK 1 1 MISS MILLIE M. CLAY MR. RAYMOND DUNCAN MISS DEBBIE ANDERSON FOREIGN LANGUAGES 2 5 FOREIGN LANGUAGES MR. RICHARD L. DEEG mr. miles j. McDonald MR. WILLIAM W. SLIKE The lovely sounds of first year linguists butchering a foreign language . . . outrageous conjugations of Spanish verbs . . . slides, slides, and more slides . . . Deutschland Spiegel in reverse . . . gossiping in Latin . . . falling asleep in the language lab . . . misconstructed genders . . . dinners . . . German Christmas Carols. This year students are offered courses in German, Spanish, and Latin. In each of these the student learns grammar, vocabulary, and cultural aspects of the particular country. ENGLISH HCUlTY 26 ENGLISH MR. JOHN LOFTUS MRS. MONICA ROMITO MRS. DONNA ODDI MRS. SYLVA MESSERSCHMDT MR. RONALD PAINE MISS ELAINE GOUKER MRS. GAIL HIBSHMAN Debates . . . scrapbooks . . . " Listen up” . . . Hamlet . . . who? . . . gerunds . . . Writing Clinics . . . Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer . . . diamond poems . . . describe this picture . . . hundred word spelling tests . . . video tapes at the Middle School . . . ain’t fell in the can of paint . . . book reports . . . " Don ' t write on my bulletin board " . . . " God bless you. ” If one is to write, one must believe in the truth and worth of the scrawl, in the ability of the reader to receive and decode the message. The ELCO English curriculum enables students to understand and assess themselves - their creativeness and their potential as compassionate human beings. MRS. ESTHER Z. PAPSON ENGLISH 27 HOME EC MRS. LUCY BICKEL Odors of gastronomical delights and dismal culinary failures float through the Home Ec rooms like a fantasy straight out of Julia Child. Here the automatic oven timer reigns supreme. A burning layer cake, by any other name, would smell just the same. The ELCO Home Economics Department is responsible for the creation of costumes for the musicals, hemming chorus gowns, and delectable dinners. The courses of study are interesting and diversified, and conducted under the watchful eyes of Mrs. Bickel and Miss Smeltzer. MISS LOIS J. SMELTZER MRS. LORI SWANGER 28 HOME EC INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. RICHARD LEVANDUSKY Nails . . . boards . . . sawdust . . . jigsaws . . . noise . . .Mr. Levandusky’s eagle eye and instructions from Mr. Schroyer . . . drawing . . . planning . . . creating . . . working with your hands . . . forming . . . varnish . . . done! . . . proud. Down the hall, past the pay phones, on the right, we find the home of ELCO ' s handymen. Under the guidance and instruction of Mr. Levandusky and Mr. Schroyer, Industrial Arts students learn the tools of their trade. INDUSTRIAL ARTS 29 MATH With dauntless courage, the average math student combats reluctant polynomials, unrelenting equations, and stubborn geometrical constructions with uncertain ease. Armed with pencil and protractor, we pit our hapless intellects against the most bewildering of mathematical theorums - Trig students in search of identities - with only the faintest hint of success. It is this vague glimmering of hope that drives us on, in spite of tangents, unyielding slide rules, and reading problems. Perhaps it is not entirely a losing battle. As one of our mathematical scholars says, " Things are looking up. " We certainly hope so. The ELCO High School Mathematics Department offers courses in college prep, general, and business math. MATH 31 MR. STANLEY BROSSMAN MR. RICHARD STICK MR. CONRAD STUMPF MISS MELISSA WARNER MR. GARY GOOD MR. RODNEY FRAZER MR. LARRY MENTZER MR. ROBERT SHULTZ SPECIAL EDUCATION 32 MUSIC, SPECIAL EDUCATION MUSIC Students who need more personal¬ ized instruction receive their educa¬ tion under the guidance of Mr. Arbo- gast. With his help, these pupils are able to develop their potential more fully. MR. H. ROBERT ARBOGAST Who took my ’’Big Blue? " . . . ELCO Dmm Club? ... Go back to measure 51 . . . sub sales . . . " Hogan’s Hero ' s " . . . You’re in L - 4 . . . PSU . . . " A Song Unending " . . . taping the 8 1 2 hours of Christmas . . . NEW BAND UNIFORMS! Music at ELCO means Mr. Shultz, for he directs both band and chorus. This was a year of accomplishment for the band. New uniforms were delivered in time for the first football game. Christmas was special for chorus members. " A Song Unending, " the Christmas story in song, was presented to the student body, on television, and on radio. VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE Tractors . . . lilies . . . soil tests . . . poinsettias . . . floats . . .Mr. Bower . . . oranges . . FFA jackets . . .Mr. Adams ' vet . . . planting . . . caring . . . watering . . . healthy crops . . . blue ribbon steer . . . working together to make things grow. Some of the most dedicated ELCO students spend their time in the VO-AG rooms fussing over frail Easter flowers and tinkering with a tractor that just doesn’t run quite right. Under the direction of friend and teacher, Mr. Adams, they enjoy the rare experience of farming where body, mind, and spirit are one. MR. DAVID ADAMS VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE 33 SOCIAL SCIENCES 34 SOCIAL SCIENCES Henry Ford once said, in what we can only hope to be a passing fit of whimsey, " All history is bunk. " 1 Within these hallowed halls, our erstwhile history department strives with consummate skill to eradicate such malicious rumors. From the Teapot Dome Scandle to Watergate, from neolithic man to our modern day selves, the pageant of mans’ often times confused story unfolds with the competent aid of our resident historians. And quite a good story it is, too. After all, what did Henry Ford know? The ELCO Social Science Department offers the following disciplines to students: anthropology, economics, geography, history, sociology and a new course in psychology. MR. DWIGHT C. FAKE MR RICHARD W. BRUBAKER MISS LORENA DeCOUX MR. .WALTER W. HESS MR. DONALD J. KUGLE MR. EDWARD SOUDERS SOCIAL SCIENCES 35 MR. LYLE M. KRALL PHYSICAL EDUCATION The smell of deodorant and feet . . . inspection . . . squad 2 has exercises today . . . rainy mornings playing softball . . . gymnastics . . . uncoordination . . . laughter . . . I forgot my combination again! . . . physical fitness drills. Sound physical conditioning is an important aspect of a well rounded education. Much time and effort is put into the designing of new exercise programs to keep students interested and active. Despite the gripes and smell and showers, competition and alot of fun are always present. 36 PHYSICAL EDUCATION S »! DRIVER TRAINING Relax . . . You re doing fine . . . hands at 10 and 2 . . .Is everybody ' s seat belt fastened? . better make sure you know those questions . . . how do I know what a crank shaft is? . . . safety first • • • what stop sign? ... I passed! From the first day behind the wheel till the time you pass your test, the driver training instructors are always helpful and patient. Safety and courtesy on the road are always stressed with hopes that t he roads will be safer in the future. MR. WILBUR SPANGLER Athletic Director Driving Instructor DRIVER TRAINING 37 SCIENCE Y 38 SCIENCE If t MR. JOHN ENGLISH MR. HAROLD DONLEY MR. DAVID FREEZE Grams . . . slide rules . . . formulas . . . acceleration . . . Avogadro ' s number . . . weather stations . . . bunsen burners . . . test tubes . . . bones, bones, bones . . . Science News . . . tell tale formaldehyde . . . ATP . . . sheep brains . . . frogs . . . force times distance = work . . .microscopes. . . Physics is F = un? . . .slides. . . stars . . . lovable cats . . . filled notebooks . . . learning through trial and error. It is the responsibility of science teachers, knowing the great progress that is the fruit of freedom of thought to proclaim the value of this freedom to teach how doubt is not to be feared but welcomed and discussed, and to demand this freedom as our duty to all coming generations. CAFETERIA Hamburgers . . . tomato sauce . . . Holiday dinners . . . hoagie sales . . . ala carte . . . menu subject to change . . . steamed rice . . . 50 £ . Spending their time preparing food for the students of ELCO, the cafeteria ladies are to be commended for a job well done. Mrs. Mildred Schaeffer serves as cafeteria manager. i 40 CAFETERIA 1 1 » CUSTODIANS BUS DRIVERS Sweeping . . . cleaning windows . . . opening the building for groups working late . . . mowing grass . . . shoveling snow . . . taking students to and from school . . . driving for athletic teams or band . . . " Keep your arms inside the bus. ' ’ ELCO ' s group of custodians and bus drivers is one of the finest. Their dedication and service are important in the function of our school. MR. PHARES ESHELMAN Head Custodian MR. LLOYD NOLL Transportation Manager BUS DRIVERS - ROW 1: E. Miller, S. Weik, R. Yiengst, N. Layser, C. McQuate, L. Gettle, H. Umbenhauer. ROW 2: L. Noll, D. Strickier, C. Kohr, P. Smith, L. Wagner, P. Liskey, R. Firestine, L. Whitman. BUS DRIVERS, CUSTODIANS 41 42 RAIDER FOOTBALL The lineman waits in studied silence. His helmet swings low between his knees; the stale air of the locker room settles around him like a musty and oppressive blanket. For him, there is no swift passage of time, no world other than the playing field he anticipates. Last minute defeats ruined the Raiders chances for a perfect season. Screaming fans . . . blaring bands . . . bruised bodies . . . battle scars . . . long runs . . . broken records . . . emotions showing . . . TOUCHDOWN! Beginning in the hot, humid August and ending on a crisp November afternoon, the season proved to be one of first rate competition. Teammates working toward a common goal - vic¬ tory. Four new school records were set this year. They are: 35 touchdowns per season, 244 points - most points scored in a season, 19 extra points - new record for extra points by an individual (A1 Clauser), 61 points - most points scored in a single game (ELCO vs. Solanco). Congratulations! ROW 1: L. Rios, T. Rohi, V. Synder, J. Kreider, C. Schwab, J. Shutter, R. Mitstifer, P. Schwab, J. Gyorke. ROW 2: A. Kapp, R. Griffe, M. Ludwig, K. Reich, P. Zug, C. Drain, J. Keller, C. Snyder. ROW 3: R. Blecker, D. Ebling, R. Spera, T. Dijohnson, J. Foelker, B. Knight, R. Shanaman, D. Houtz. ROW 4: B. Holdren, R. Schnoke, A. Clauser, R. Sites, C. Anspach, C. Heckman, B. Holdren, D. Gruber. ROW 5: Mr. Fred Poorman (Head Coach), K. Patrick (Man¬ ager), Mr. Steven Oliver (Assistant Coach), Mr. Harold Donley (Assistant Coach), Mr. Edward Souders (Assistant Coach). MISSING: Mr. Domonic Cavallaro (Assistant Coach). STUDENT MANAGERS: J. Zug, M. Mitstifer, Mr. Edward Farrell (Equipment Manager). VARSITY FOOTBALL ELCO 16 Conrad Weiser 0 ELCO 25 Manheim Central 31 ELCO 7 Penn Manor 12 ELCO 34 Donegal 0 ELCO 34 Lampeter- Strasburg 0 ELCO 6 Lebanon Catholic 20 ELCO 28 Cocalico 0 ELCO 10 Annville-Cleona 12 ELCO 14 Garden Spot 0 ELCO 61 Solanco 26 J. V.FOOTBALL ELCO 20 Manheim Central 18 ELCO 6 Penn Manor 27 ELCO 12 Lampeter- Strasburg 14 ELCO 6 Lebanon Catholic 14 ELCO 35 Garden Spot 7 44 FOOTBALL DEFENSE - ROW 1: A. Kapp, T. Rohr, L. Rios, P. Schwab. ROW 2: J. Shutter, V. Synder, K. Reich, R. Griffe, R. Spera, R. Mitstifer, C. Schwab. 46 FOOTBALL SENIOR OFFENSE - ROW 1: J. Kreider, V. Synder. ROW 2: A. Clauser, R. Mitstifer, J. Shutter, B. Hol- dren. SENIOR DEFENSE - ROW 1: L. Rios, T. Rohr, B. Holdren, J. Gyorke. ROW 2: R, Schnoke, C. Schwab, D. Gruber, P. Schwab, P. Ilus. OFFENSE - ROW 1: C. Schwab, M. Ludwig, L. Rios, B. Holdren, K. Reich, P. Schwab, J. Gyorke. QUARTERBACK - R. Mitstifer. ROW 2: J. Kreider, A. Kapp, R. Griffe. FOOTBALL 47 YES WE CAN! FOOTBALL 49 WE ALMOST MADE IT We almost made it. Unfortunately, " almost” doesn ' t count. An agonizing loss to a tough Garden Spot club pushed the Raiders out of the top spot in Section One of the Leb-Lan Soccer League. Their spirit heightened by a thirteen game win streak, the Raiders bowed to the victorious Spartans. Excellence and pride abounded on this years’ squad culminating in some of the most exciting play ELCO has ever seen. Individual performances were harmonized into a magnificent team effort. Named to the All-State Soccer Team were Robin Miller - offense and James Seager - defense. We ' re proud! ■nm VARSITY SOCCER - ROW 1: D. Sutherly, F. Shaak, T. Seager, T. Thomas, D. George, G. Lessig. ROW 2: B. Dohner, R. Martzel, R. Nye, B. Morgan, C. Kahl, D. Miller, J. Seager. ROW 3: P. Pfautz, F. Nolt, A. Clauser, L. Zeller, S. Keller, R. Miller, S. Elliott, Coach Jay Miller. VARSITY SOCCER ELCO 1 Fleetwood ELCO 1 Northern Lebanon Norlebco Tournament Champs ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO 2 Manheim Twp. 8 Conestoga Valley 6 Conrad Weiser 4 Ephrata 3 Garden Spot 4 Cedar Crest 4 Northern Lebanon 7 Lebanon 4 Manheim Twp. 4 Conestoga Valley 5 Ephrata 2 Garden Spot 0 Cedar Crest 3 Upper Merian 5 Northern Lebanon 4 Lebanon Sectional Playoff 1 Garden Spot 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 3 50 SOCCER J.V. SOCCER ELCO 2 Manheim Township ELCO 7 Conestoga Valley ELCO 1 Garden Spot ELCO 8 Cedar Crest ELCO 4 Northern Lebanon ELCO 1 Manheim Township ELCO 4 Conestoga Valley ELCO 3 Ephrata ELCO 5 Cedar Crest ELCO 2 Upper Merian ELCO 1 Northern Lebanon 1 ■ ■ ' ROW 1: J. Tice, R. Shy da, R. Clauser, P. Kline, J. Keller, R. Harris, T. Eisenhower, R. Blair. ROW 2: K. Dulabon, S. Harris, L. Ziegler, D. Binner, K. Hibshman, S. Tice, T. Hoffman. B. Myer, D. Gossert. ROW 3: K. Nye, L. Sutherly, D. Keller, L. Ziegler, S. Hickernell, S. Fasnocht, D. Ginder, S. Wolf, D. Welsh, D. Spitler, B. Brubaker. SOCCER 51 . v , « ’ J V c ' p X j? ' ■ K ' . f . ' ' ft - : ’ ■ ' v. ;■ Tpa ?. •■ ?xw ■ - ■„. . • ■ , ' • •“ V ; w .- ;-, fi v • " V-. • s-T ' ' ■ , aC ■ ' Jtf- V n « . ; v.- ' - • ' ■■ SOCCER 53 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY FIELD HOCKEY Only six laps tonight girls . . . shin guards . . . 1, 2, 3, 4 you know what your sticks are for Fight Girls Fight! . . . long, hard hockey practices . . . missing supper . . . wild hockey parties . . . satisfaction of a victory. The Girls Field Hockey Team, coached by Miss Nancy Morris, put in many hard hours of practice and sacrifice which climaxed in the teams ' only victory against Donegal High School. It was a good way to end a season. Coaching the J-V’s was Mrs. Ellen Boger. 11 t k ri 11 %[ mp r m if i in v 7 - r ' Wj0T ' JS. Y w w V WKr jff jfcjT M i y t |l J; i i Wr l ' J:’ Y ' Riy : v 1 fu ' ' ¥ 11 ' ■ f H 1 pi - f ■ r f mil - si 11 i rtf m w VARSITY - ROW 1: J. Deurei, H. Patches, M. Moyer, D. Long, M. Brown, L. Krall, M. Zartman, A. Nolt, M. Leonard, Manager. ROW 2: C. Fox, Manager, T. Heck, C. Zidik, K. Beers, C. Horst, L. White, C. Deck - Co- Captain, J. Swope - Co-Captain, L. Peiffer, L. Weinhold. ELCO 0 Elizabethtown 7 ELCO 1 Garden Spot 6 ELCO 0 Lebanon 3 ELCO 0 Ephrata 0 ELCO 1 Northern Leb. 3 ELCO 0 Warwick 5 ELCO 1 Manheim Central 1 ELCO 0 Cocalico 1 ELCO 0 Annville Cleona 0 ELCO 1 Cedar Crest 2 ELCO 2 Donegal 0 J.V . FIELD HOCKEY ELCO 0 Elizabethtown 6 ELCO 0 Garden Spot 6 ELCO 0 Lebanon 1 ELCO 0 Ephrata 3 ELCO 0 Northern Leb. 2 ELCO 0 Warwick 3 ELCO 0 Manheim Central 5 ELCO 0 Cocalico 4 ELCO 1 Annville Cleona 3 ELCO 1 Cedar Crest 2 ELCO 1 Donegal 3 SttS fe 54 HOCKEY HOCKEY SENIORS - T. Heck, K. Beers, C. Horst, L. White, D. Long, C. Zidik, C. Fox, Miss Morris - Coach HOCKEY 55 ?-T;- k‘ . . - v A it -1 % ■ | 56 GOLF David Roller Gordon Miller GOLF This year the golf team broke through the clouds and emerged with an 11 wins 3 losses record. Keath Marks compiled the most league points in a season with 35 1 2 . Congratulations to a very deserving group of young men. Good Job! Todd Morgan ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO 16 Cocalico 8 Cedar Crest 4 Emmaus 18 Lebanon 19 Lebanon Cath. 20 Norlebco 19 Cocalico 13 Cedar Crest 16 1 2 Lebanon 15 Norlebco 14 Cedar Crest 20 1 2 Manheim Twp. Manheim Central 16 4 12 14 2 1 0 1 7 3 1 2 5 6 23 1 2 ROW 1: T. Kauffman, S. Moyer, C. Stechman, D. Newhouse, R. Rittle. ROW 2: L. Sheetz, K. Marks, T. Morgan, G. Miller, D. Roller. Keith Marks Logan Sheetz GOLF 57 CROSS COUNTRY ELCO 21 Garden Spot 34 ELCO 18 Penn Manor 38 ELCO 25 Ephrata 30 ELCO 19 Conrad Weiser 44 ELCO 25 Lampeter-Strasburg 34 ELCO 15 Norlebco 50 ELCO 38 Manheim Township 20 ELCO 35 Hempfield 23 ELCO 40 Solanco 19 ELCO 21 Pequea Valley 34 ELCO 23 Conestoga Valley 32 ELCO 17 Warwick 41 ELCO 15 Elizabethtown 54 ELCO 16 Columbia 41 ELCO 18 Lancaster 37 ELCO 18 Lebanon 4b ELCO 47 AnnvilleCleona 15 SEASON RECORD 13-4 ROW 1: J. Mahaffey, G. Deck, M. Conklin, T. Heffelfinger. ROW 2: D. Fetter, manager, B. Brightbill, D. Zartman, S. Dinger, M. Landis, G. Brightbill, Coach Dubble. Long and lonely . . . bursting lungs . . . straining muscles . . . stop watch ... up hills and down . . . hard work . . . Time versus Speed versus Endurance. During the early months of the school year, it is not unusual to see a lonely figure rounding the corner of the Middle School on a course that will take him through a goodly part of the countryside surrounding ELCO. The Cross Country team compiled quite an impressive record during the 1974-75 season. With the help of Coach Dubble the foundation has been built for ELCO ' s entrance into fame as a cross-country power. 58 CROSSCOUNTRY BASKETBALL h s over The faint memory of cheering crowds trancends the quiet still of the post-game locker-room. The waiting, the hopes, the disappointments, the agony, sweat and tears of defeat blend into dry statistics, produc¬ ing an unworthy record of hours in practice and dedicated hearts. The locker room welcomes a band of desolate young men with a cold shower rather than the echoes of a victory shout BASKETBALL SCORES ELCO 31 Manheim Central 63 ELCO 41 Reading Central 62 ELCO 52 Conrad Weiser 44 ELCO 52 Lampeter- Strasburg 92 ELCO 49 Tulpehocken 68 ELCO 48 Elizabethtown 73 ELCO 59 Pequea Valley 61 ELCO 54 Garden Spot 74 ELCO 54 Donegal 91 ELCO 49 Lebanon Catholic 84 ELCO 61 Northern Lebanon 60 ELCO 55 Annville-Cleona 63 ELCO 51 Elizabeth 60 ELCO 53 Pequea Valley 49 ELCO 47 Garden Spot 66 ELCO 63 Donegal 73 ELCO 42 Lebanon Catholic 73 ELCO 57 Northern Lebanon 61 ELCO 66 Annville-Cleona 63 VARSITY - R °W 1: S. K.eller, D. Bahney, J. Gyorke, R. Mitstifer (capt), J. Shutter, J. Renninger, T. Seager. ROW 2: G. Noll (manager), A. Clauser, B. Deck. Coach Loftus, F. Nolt, Asst. Coach Oliver, T. Levandusky (manager) BASKETBALL 59 JV - ROW 1: J. Foelker, L. Zeller, R. Bender, B. Morgan, D. Longenecker, K. Marks. ROW 2: G. Noll, B. Meyer, D Binner, F. Shaak, Coach Oliver, G. Heller, S. Krick, T. Levendasky. ..JWH J JR . HIGH Palmyra 51 ELCO 41 Pequea 33 ELCO 41 Ephrata 48 ELCO 44 Norlebco 47 ELCO 43 Williams Valley 31 ELCO 59 LCHS 45 ELCO 55 Cedar Crest 52 ELCO 39 Pequea 37 ELCO 46 Lebanon 58 ELCO 57 A-C 33 ELCO 37 Norlebco 59 ELCO 31 LCHS 48 ELCO 52 Williams Valley 68 ELCO 60 Cedar Crest 58 ELCO 53 Lebanon 62 ELCO 48 A-C 49 ELCO 47 RECORD 7-7 JR. HIGH JV - ROW 1: P. Krum, K. Weinhold, S. Krall, C. Ritchey, S. Hickernell. ROW 2: C. Keller, K. Hepler, D. Gettle, D. Troutman. BASKETBALL 61 JR. HIGH - ROW 1: D. Bender, L. Sutherly, R. Clauser, T. Strickler, P. Kline, E. Seibert. ROW 2: D. Roller, S. Wolfe, R. Bressler, R. Bressler, Coach Krall, J. Tice, R. Shyda. r GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Running laps . . . jumping . . . wall pushups . . . three man weave . . . man to man defense . . . " cut through the key” . . . " THINK " . . . hard work . . . not so much the feeling of winning but of playing your best. Although not with an impressive record for the season, the girls basketball team worked hard and laid the foundation for more successful teams in the future. Through the coach¬ ing of Miss Morris, new skills and defenses were learned and practiced. We look forward to next season. VARSITY - ROW li M. Leonard (manager), L. Peiffer, L. Krall, M. Brown, A. Nolt, C. Deck (co-capt.), B. Miller (manager). ROW 2: C. Conrad, P. Yoder L. Weinhold, Miss Morris (coach), A Balsbaugh (co-capt.), S. Keeney, K. Hottenstein, K. Longenecker (manager). GIRLS’ BASKETBALL ELCO 41 Norlebco 57 ELCO 32 Elizabethtown 57 ELCO 21 Lebanon 64 ELCO 18 Cedar Crest 46 ELCO 34 Annville Cleona 58 ELCO 46 Lebanon Catholic 57 ELCO 52 Manheim Central 49 ELCO 25 Elizabethtown 59 ELCO 34 Norlebco 48 ELCO 31 Lebanon 68 ELCO 26 Cedar Crest 47 ELCO 22 Annville Cleona 53 ELCO 46 Williams Valley 66 ELCO 39 Lebanon Catholic 54 ELCO 41 Manheim Central 34 LEAGUE RECORD 2-12 JV SCOREBOARD ELCO 20 Norlebco 28 ELCO 13 Elizabethtown 12 ELCO 7 Lebanon 47 ELCO 10 Cedar Crest 48 ELCO 22 Annvi lle Cleona 39 ELCO 28 Lebanon Catholic 9 ELCO 24 Manheim Central 14 ELCO 24 Elizabethtown 17 ELCO 29 Norlebco 32 ELCO 6 Lebanon 34 ELCO 13 Cedar Crest 29 ELCO 14 Annville Cleona 17 ELCO 17 Williams Valley 12 ELCO 20 Lebanon Catholic 19 ELCO 20 Manheim Central 26 LEAGUE RECORD 5-9 JV - ROW 1: M. Zartman, L. Mock, K. Doxtater, A. Nolt, N. Waever, M. Moyer. ROW 2: L. Krall, D. Lowe, K. Griffe, L. Rittle (manager), Miss Morris (coach), B. Miller (manager) B. Rodrigues, W. Engler. GIRL ' S BASKETBALL 63 WRESTLING G VARSITY - ROW 1: L. Ziegler, J. Sutherly, D. Ebling. ROW 2: M. Yocum, J. Layser, ]. Thome, L. Ziegler. ROW 3: L. Rios, E. Ebling, K. Reich, B. Dohner, E. Daub. Half-Nelson . . . Take him down! . . . new uniforms and a set of matching cheerleaders . . . Pin that guy! . . . Go Kenny! Although the final record was a dismal one, spirit among the wrestlers was always high. This year ' s team began to draw attention from the fans and showed the promise of suc¬ cessful seasons to come. Coach Kochera had a reason to smile as Kenny Reich (167 lbs.) advanced to competition on the regional level and finished in fourth place. VARSITY ELCO 30 Williams Valley 24 ELCO 24 Cedar Crest 27 ELCO 12 Pequea Valley 48 ELCO 15 Cocalico 48 ELCO 18 Lampeter-Strasburg 33 ELCO 5 Donegal 62 ELCO 3 Lancaster Catholic 63 ELCO 9 Penn Manor 57 ELCO 9 Annville 51 ELCO 9 Norlebco 48 ELCO 15 Lebanon 39 ELCO 14 Ephrata 41 ELCO 27 Exeter 27 RECORD 1-11-1 JUNIOR VARSITY ELCO 6 Williams Valley 22 ELCO 15 Pequea Valley 12 ELCO 24 Cedar Crest 24 ELCO 3 Lampeter Strasb urg 21 ELCO 3 Dongal 24 ELCO 5 Lancaster Catholic 30 ELCO 3 Annville 24 JV - ROW 1: T. Redcay, R. Nye, K. Nye, B. Yarnall, L. Haldeman, D. Welch, Coach Koch¬ era. 64 WRESTLING WRESTLING 65 i 66 WRESTLING KEN REICH Ken represented ELCO wrestling in post-season action. Competing in the 167 lb. weight class, he traveled to District 3 finals and on to Region¬ al where he placed fourth out of ninety-six. We congratulate Ken for his great season and wish him luck in his senior year. ' ’jpiiRSffl It Is Not Whether You Win or Lose but How You Play the Game CHEER FRESHMAN SQUAD ROW 1: B. Painter M. Leedy ROW 2: K. Anspach J. Kramer T. Garrigan JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD ROW 1: M. Hitchcock K. Brendle A. Konski ROW 2: K. Blouch K. Hoover G. Hickemell P. Hibshman C. Gardner 68 CHEERLEADERS to LEADING VARSITY SQUAD A. Blatt N. Doxtater N. Ondrusek P. Stoudt M. Keppley A. Boyer K. Yarnall P. Ginder I. Sell D. Fashnact T. Zidik WRESTLING SQUAD ROW 1: L. Karsnitz D. Shade N. Balthaser S. Polynone L. Eshelman K. Kline CHEERLEADERS 69 RAIDER BASEBALL As Spring arrived and the baseball season started, so did the rains. Marked by many cancellations and postponements, our baseball team finished the season with a respectable 12-9 record, and the Annville-Cleona Tournament Championship. Bob Deck, Charlie Anspach, and Derek Sutherly led the offensive attack with season batting averages over .310. Pitching was led by seniors Jeff Shutter and Steve Keller with a fine staff of underclassmen behind them. The JV team coached by Mr. Steve Oliver did a fine job and ELCO has something to be proud of and to look forward to in coming years. VARSITY - ROW 1: S. Harris, T. DiJohnson, K. Marks, C. Heckman, C. Anspach, B. Wolfe, F. Shank, B. Knight, B. Weaver, R. Harris. ROW 2: L. Nye, ]. Stoudt, A. Clauser, R. Miller, S. Keller, Coach Lyle Krall, S. Sweigart, J. Shutter, B. Deck, D. Sutherly, captain. BASEBALL SCORES ELCO 5 Gov. Mifflin 10 ELCO 14 Conrad Weiser 8 ELCO 5 Norlebco 4 ELCO 4 Lebanon 6 ELCO 4 Williams Valley 2 ELCO 9 Lebanon Catholic 1 ELCO 3 Annville Cleona 4 ELCO 5 Muhlenburg 8 ELCO 2 Cedar Crest 5 ELCO 0 Manheim Central 4 ELCO 1 Elizabethtown 0 ELCO 5 Cedar Crest 3 ELCO 3 Norlebco 2 ELCO 3 Lebanon 2 ELCO 3 Lower Daulphin 0 ELCO 3 Palmyra 2 ELCO 5 Lebanon Catholic 4 ELCO 7 Annville Cleona 10 ELCO 1 Manheim Central 5 ELCO 2 Elizabethtown 1 ELCO 3 Cedar Crest Season Record 12-9 4 JV BASEBALL SCORES ELCO 11 Conrad Weiser 7 ELCO 9 Norlebco 8 ELCO 7 Lebanon 9 ELCO 3 Annville Cleona 10 ELCO 1 Manheim Central 4 ELCO 15 Elizabethtown 5 ELCO 0 Cedar Crest 3 ELCO 3 Norlebco 4 ELCO 9 Lebanon 2 ELCO 9 Annville Cleona 2 ELCO 0 Manheim Central 10 ELCO 1 Elizabethtown 5 ELCO 1 Cedar Crest 2 ELCO 11 Palmyra Season Record 6-8 10 JV - ROW 1: K. Dulabohn, L. Sutherly, E. Seibert, C. Miller, K. Snyder, S. Hickernel, C. Ritchey. ROW 2: S. Hain, R. Bressler, P. Kline, D. Heckman, R. Clauser, T. Siegfried, R. Meyer. 6 y BASEBALL 71 TRACK The 1975 track season was the most successful in ELCO track history as the team finished in the league with a 12-2 record. Eight senior high and two junior high records were broken as the team scored over 100 points in eleven of thirteen dual meets. The squad of fifty-three boys was led by captains Jon Gyorke (212 1 4 points) and Rich Mitstifer (107 points). Coaches were Rod Frazer, Warren Grubb, Fred Poor- man, Dave Dubble. Managers were Dave Fetter, Mark Mitsifer, and Barry Dohner. ROW 1: Mr. Frazier, Mr. Poorman, J. Gyorke, D. Sailer, P. Illus, P. Schwab, L. Rios, R. Mitstifer, J. Brightbill, S. Elliott. ROW 2: B. Dohner, M. Conklin, B. Brightbill, D. Bender, K. Reich, T. Seager, M. Bender, T. Heffelfinger, R. Griffe, M. Ludwig, J. Mahaffey. ROW 3: P. Zug, D. Gettle, C. Drain, B. Yarnall, S. Schott, S. Krall, J. Foelkner, R. Shyda, D. Pedia, L. Ziegler, T. Kauffman. ROW 4: S. Tice, B. Hunsicker, G. Heisey, D. Zartman, D. Gerhart, K. Kreider, R. Schlasemen, J. Rampolla, G. Hellar, J. Kirkwood, T. Tilly, R. Blair. ROW 5: M. Mitstifer, B. Dohner, R. Sites, G. Deck, D. Fetter, T. Lowe, L. Long, J. Sutherley, H. Hunsicker, T. Redcay. ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO ELCO 40 47 20 50 30 28 1 2 33 98 25 43 31 2 3 42 73 TRACK SCORES 110 103 130 100 119 121 1 2 117 52 125 107 118 1 3 108 77 Tulpehocken Fleetwood Warwick Lebanon Lampeter Strasburg Manhiem Central Northern Lebanon Annville-Cleona Cocalico Cedar Crest Donegal Elizabethtown Ephrata TRACK SENIORS - ROW 1: J. Guprke, J. Brightbill, J. Kreider, D. Sailer. ROW 2: R. Mitstifer, L. Rios, P. Ilus, S. Elliott, P. Schwab. 72 TRACK TRACK 73 74 TRACK TRACK RECORDS SOFTBALL AND GIRLS TRACK Girls sports expanded during the spring season with the addition of girls track. Although only compet¬ ing in scrimmages, the girls did well and worked hard in this new endeavor. They will enter Leb-Lan- caster league action next season. The softball season was cut short this year by rained out games. Because of the absence of a league in our area, the girls play only scrimmages. Fielding a strong team they finished with a 4-4 record. Hopes are for a league to be started next year by schools in the Leb-Lancaster area. TRACK - ROW 1: M. Dubble, B. Keggereis, T. Schlappich, T. Heck, J. Swope, S. Fiiestine, T. Shanaman, B. Crawley, E. Weaver, J. Kreiser. ROW 2: S. Heffelfinger, W. Engler, S. Gettle, P. Grove, D. Lowe, S. Hoffman, C. Eberly, D. Bahney, L. Mock. ROW 3: S. Engler, C. Conklin, A. Nolt, K. Hassinger, K..Burkholder, T. Swanger, H. Patches, P. Ginder, V. Mock. ROW 4: L. Shanaman, D. Curley, K. Line, S. Hitchcock, T. Smith, L. Zidik, L. Smith, K. Anspach. ROW 5: Coach Aston, D. Zartman, H. Skiezius, V. Duffy, J. Steiner, R. Sweigart, S. Miller, Coach Hoffman. Mile - 6:25.8, T. Smith 440 Relay -58.0, K. Anspach, K. Hassinger, H. Patches, M. Dubble 80 yd dash - 12.9, T. Schlappich 100 yd. dash - 12.4, T. Shanaman 880 Relay - 2:08.2, V. Mock, K. Hassinger, T. Schlappich, K. Burkholder 880 Run - 2:42, A. Nolt 220 Run -29.1, T. Shanaman, T. Schlappich High Jump - 4 ' 6 " , D. Lowe Shot Put - 30 ' 4 3 8 " , B. Kegerreis Discus - 79 ' 7 " , B. Kegerreis Javelin - 56 ' 10 " , W. Engler Long Jump - 15 ' 3 3 4 " , L. Mock Most points scored this season - T. Shanaman SOFTBALL - ROW 1: M. Showers, D. Fertig, S. Binkley, Coach Nancy Morris, J. Sweatlock, E. Cooper, K. Ilus. ROW 2: M. Leonard, manager, M. Zartman, D. Morgan, L. Krall, M. Moyer, B. Miller, T. Blumenshine, L. Rittle. ROW 3: A. Balsbaugh, capt., L. Weinhold, A. Carpenter, D. Schoener. SOFTBALL ELCO 11 Tulpehocken 6 ELCO 9 Conrad Weiser 13 ELCO 16 Wilson 9 ELCO 2 Williams Valley 11 ELCO 8 Norlebco 10 ELCO 20 Cedar Crest 13 ELCO 20 Cedar Crest 6 ELCO 9 Palmyra 11 76 SOFTBALL, GIRLS TRACK SOFTBALL, GIRLS TRACK 77 1 TENNIS Love . . . Deuce . . . Game . . . Set . . . Match . . . Forehand . . . Backhand . . . Who ever hit that tennis ball over the fence can go get it out of the corn field . . . Volley . . . Wow! You play just like Chris Everet. Although the tennis year was a disappointment, it was characterized by hard work and determination on the part of both teams. They are looking forward to a stronger season next year. GIRLS TENNIS ELCO 2 Warwick 5 ELCO 3 A-C 4 ELCO 1 Hempfield 6 ELCO 1 Solanco 6 ELCO 0 Manheim Twp. 7 ELCO 2 Cedar Crest 5 ELCO 1 Garden Spot 6 ELCO 2 Ephrata 5 ELCO 1 Manheim Cen. 6 ELCO 1 E-Town 6 ELCO 0 McCaskey 7 ELCO 2 Donegal 5 ELCO 0 Cocalico 7 ELCO 2 Penn Manor 5 ELCO 2 Lancaster 5 ELCO 2 Conestoga 5 ELCO 1 Columbia 6 Season Record 0-17 KNEELING: D. Reich, S. Leininger, P. Eberly, C. Patrick, J. Berger, B. Moyer, S. Beers. STANDING: M. Ginder, C. Brendel, S. Mann, C. Fox, K. Beers, K. Hottenstein, L. Peiffer, B. Rodrigues. BOYS TENNIS ELCO 5 Penn Manor 2 ELCO 3 Cocalico 4 ELCO 0 Lancaster 7 ELCO 1 Donegal 6 ELCO 7 L-S 0 ELCO 3 Conestoga Valley 4 ELCO 0 M-C 7 ELCO 4 Ephrata 3 ELCO 0 Garden Spot 7 ELCO 6 Cedar Crest 1 ELCO 0 Hempfield 7 ELCO 5 Warwick 0 ELCO 1 Lebanon 6 ELCO 6 Pequea Valley 1 ELCO 0 Manheim Twp. 7 Season Record 6-9 KNEELING: C. Reppert, D. Miller, L. Zeller, J. Keller, T. Sandoe. STANDING: B. Wright, G. Lessig, Mr. Miller, coach, D. Bahney, M. Long. 78 TENNIS ■ TENNIS 79 ..A I UNDERCLASSMEN A Time to Be Free. 81 1 FRESHMEN Class of 1978 B. Achenbach D. Alexander K. Anspach C. Arnold D. Ballester N. Balthaser L. Bartolow N. Batdorf S. Beers D. Bender S. Bender K. Bennetch L. Bennetch J. Berger M. Betz K. Binkley S. Binkley D. Blair R. Blair K. Blouch S. Blouch T. Blumenshine D. Boltz D. Boltz J. Bortz B. Bowman F. Boyer P. Boyer B. Breon R. Bressler R. Brightbill B. Brown D. Brown K. Brown M. Brown M. Brown B. Brubaker D. Brubaker M. Bucks A. Carpenter J. Chadwick R. Clauser C. Conklin E. Cooper K. Cummings D. Curley E. Daub S. Diehm L. Donkel L. Dove W. Dove K. Doxtater K. Drain K. Dugan K. Dulabon S. Dundore L. Ebersole T. Eisenhauer S. Engler B. Falk S. Fashnacht C. Feraldo 82 FRESHMEN D. Fertig D. Fetter P. Garr gon K. Gensler D. Gerhart K. Gerhart J. Hale B. Hassler D. Heckman S. Heffelfinger B. Heisey K. Hepler A. Hibshman S. Hibshman W. Hibshman S. Hickernell L. Highley B. Hiller M. Hitchcock K. Hoover M. Hoover R. Horst F. Howdyshell B. Hummel H. Hunsicker R. Ingram S. Kahl T. Kauffman D. Keefer B. Keller C. Keller D. Keller C. Keppley R. Klick P. Kline S. Kline S. Kline E. Krall T. Konski C. Kramer P. Krum S. Laucks J. Lebo M. Leedy S. Leedy D. Lehman FRESHMEN 83 D. Gettle D. Ginder M. Ginder K. Griffe P. Grove L. Gundrum C. Hain S. Hain M. Krall S. Krall J. Kramer G. Kreider K. Kreider D. Kohr S. Kohr D. Koller P. Fisher V. Ganzaley D. Garloff D. Garret 84 S. Leininger S. Lengel L. Lessig L. Long S. Long D. Longenecker C. Mann B. Mays T. Meek J. Mileski C. Miller L. Miller B. Miller S. Miller T. Miller L. Mock V. Mock L. Moore C. Morgan B. Moyer B. Moyer G. Moyer S. Moyer P. Neiswinter G. Noll K. Nye K. Ondrusek K. Onkos Z. Pabani B. Painter C. Patrick C. Pechenschneider D. Pedia D. Peiffer T. Peiffer S. Polynone T. Rabold J. Rampolla M. Reed R. Reed M. Reedy D. Reich K. Reigel S. Reigel J. Renik L. Renninger R. Rittle D. Romberger D. Rupperthal J. Rutter M. Salem S. Salem K. Schaeffer R. Schlaseman D. Schneck L. Schneck P. Schott D. Schoener S. Schoonover R. Sechrist E. Seibert T. Serafino D. Shaak S. Shaak L. Shanaman B. Schott M. Showers R. Shyda T. Siegrried D. Sites L. Sites L. Sites L. Skieczius A. Smith L. Smith H. Spang F. Stamm M. Stauffer FRESHMEN D Steinmelz D. Strause K. Strause T. Strickler J. Sutherly L. Sutherly B. Swanger J. Sweatlock J. Theirwechter M. Tice J. Tice D. Troutman M. Twombley D. Umbenhauer J. Umbenhauer D. Umberger R. Wagner T. Wagner K. Weatherholtz B. Weaver E. Weaver M. Weaver N. Weaver C. Weddle M. Weigley B. Weik D. Weik K. Weinhold D. Welch D. Wenger C. Wentworth J. Wentzler C. Wetzel C. Wetzel K. Wetzel C. Wise M. Witmer M. Wlazlak S. Wolfe H. Wolfskill L. Wolgemuth S. Yarnell S. Yeagley L. Ziegler L. Zidik J. Zolman FRESHMEN 85 R. Yohn Missing Freshmen R. Eick J. Kale L. Hoover R. Knier G. Noll J. Pearson C. Ritchie SOPHOMORES Class of ' 77 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Mrs. Messerschmidt, (Advisor): P. Ginder, (V. Pres.): B. Dohner, (Pres.); K. Burkeholder, (Sec.); C. Conrad, (Treas.). A. Achey K. Achey L. Althouse C. Anspach R. Artley K. Barrett K. Bender W. Bennetch M. Binkley D. Binner C. Blair R. Blatt R. Blecker J. Blouch A. Boyer K. Brendel R. Boyer B. Brightbill D. Brightbill G. Brown D. Brubaker L. Brubaker J. Bucher K. Burkholder C. Buyer P. Capwell R. Clay C. Conrad E. Daub B. DeHart J. Desimone J. Deuer T. DUohnson B. Dohner K. Dove G. Dubble M. Duffy C. Dugan K. Dundore P. Eberly D. Ebling A. Edris D. Evans E. Evans T. Finley C. Firestine C. Fisher J. Foelker C. Forney B. Frankfurt M. Frankfurt P. Frances C. Gardner K. Gassert L. Gassert J. George D. Gettle R. Gettle S. Gettle P. Ginder P. Greeninger D. Harnish 86 SOPHOMORES R Harris S. Harris K. Hassinger D. Hauck A. Heck S. Heck S. Heffelfinger G. Heisey G. Heller K. Hemperly M. Hess B. Hetrick D. Hibshman K. Hibshman P. Hibshman C. Hickernell L. Hilgartner T. Hoffman M. Hoover J. Horst K. Horst D. Houtz D. Houtz T. Hummel B. Hunsicker D. Hurst C. Illus R. Jones J. Kahl B. Kauffman L. Keeney L. Kegerreis R. Keilly J. Keller K. Keller K. Keller V. Kemble B. Keppley K. Kline R. Klopp W. Knight B. Krall L. Krall P. Krall N. Kramer D. Kreiser J. Kreiser S. Krick D. Labe T. L udenslager C. Layser K. Layser R. Lebo T. Levandusky K. Line D. Lineaweaver T. Lineaweaver H. Long D. Longenecker D. Lowe J. Malak C. Marks R. Martin S. Martin R. Martzall B. Mays R. Meyer B. Miller D. Miller M. Moore D. Morgan L. Morris M. Moyer J. Neiswinter A. Nolt K. Ondrusek H. Patches P. Pechenschneider A. Penchard J. Polynone N. Rampolla L. Rittle SOPHOMORES 87 V. Rittle D. Rivera B. Rodriguez B. Rutter C. Rutter K. Schaeffer D. Schneck P. Schneck D. Schoener D. Schoener T. Schwab T. Sebastian L. Sechrist P. Seiverling S. Sensenig A. Shaak F. Shaak P. Shaak D. Shanaman R. Shanaman L. Sheetz L. Sheidy T. Shirk D. Sholly J. Sholly B. Sites J. Sites R. Sites R. Smith T. Smith C. Snyder K. Snyder D. Spang R. Spera D. Spitler T. Spitler C. Stechman K. Steiner C. Stolfzfus C. Stolfzfus S. Strause M. Strickler T. Stoudt T. Swanger J. Swartwelder L. Swingholm C. Thierwechter S. Tice T. Tilley K. Treat C. Troutman T. Ulrich R. Weaver K. Weddle E. Weidman D. Weik L. Weik R. Williams S. Woods B. Yarnell A. Yeakel C. Yeagley D. Wenrich K. Wike T. Yoder D. Zartman M. Zartman L. Ziegler K. Zimmerman M. Zimmerman Missing Sophomores C. Atkins L. Ebright R. Randier P. Read D. Shanaman J. Spengler J. Thomas D. Weidman D. Wenrich J. Yoder B. Wenrich 88 SOPHOMORES Class of 1976 JUNIORS I. Auchenbach W. Auchenbach V. Achey E. Arnold P. Batdorf M. Bear P. Beck D. Behney F. Benney S. Behney R. Bender L. Bennick M. Bennetch A. Betz A. Blatt D. Boltz S. Bowman D. Boyer M. Brown K. Bucher M. Conklin T. Cover C. Cummings M. DiAgostino C. Deck G. Deck D. Delp B. DiGiacomb N. Doxtater C. Drain M. Dubble C. Eberly J. Eberly E. Ebling K. Ecenroad C. Eisenhauer W. Engler L. Erby L. Eshelman D. Fasnacht R. Fehr D. Fetter N. Firestine B. Fleagle D. Frantz C. Frederick T. Frederick G. Gassert D. George T. Gemert J. Gettel K. Gettle JUNIORS 89 M. Gettle R. Goshert J. Graybill R. Griffe H. Gromis M. Gundrum L. Haldeman T. Haldeman J. Haller J. Harnish J. Hartranft C. Heckman S. Heffelfinger T. Heffelfinger K. Heffner R. Heintzlman D. Heisey M. Heisey J. Hemperly M. Hemperly K. Hepler M. Hershey T. Hibshman S. Hitchcock S. Hoffman G. Hogeland C. Hoke K. Hottenstein M. Jovalusky B. Kahl C. Kahl A. Kapp L. Karsnitz J. Kauffman A. Keener B. Kegerreis D. Keller R. Kieffer K. Klein A. Konski S. Krall R. Kreider D. Kurtz J. Kurtz J. Layser R. Lehman R. Leider M. Leonard T. Lowe M. Ludwig J. Mahaffey S. Mann 90 JUNIORS pi JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mrs. Hibshman, (Advisor): P. Stoudt, (Treas.); N. Ondrusek, (Pres.); A. Blau, (V. Pres.); C. Schneck, (Sec.). K. Marks D. Matthew J. Mays S. Mays D. Meek B. Miller D. Miller D. Miller J. Miller N. Miller P. Moats D. Mock B. Morgan T. Morgan D. Moyer S. Moyer L. Nagy-Gyorgy D. Newhouse F. Nolt L. Ondrusek N. Ondrusek M. Pajski P. Parson E. Patches R. Patches L. Peiffer R. Peiffer P. Pfautz A. Putt S. Putt W. Rank D. Ream K. Reich C. Reppert L. Romberger T. Sandoe R. Sauer B. Sauter W. Schaeffer T. Schlappich C. Schneck K. Schoonover S. Schott J. Schwab S. Schware T. Seager S. Seiverling S. Shaak D. Shade T. Shanaman T. Shartle T. Sheetz T. Sholley T. Sites JUNIORS 91 K. Smaltz B. Smith L. Smith R. Smith P. Sobolewski K. Spitler S. Stauffer J. Steiner P. Stoudt T. Sutherly G. Swanger R. Sweigart S. Swonger J. Swope J. Thome L. Tracey G. Tramp F. Wagner L. Weaver S. Weaver R. Weidman R. Weidman L. Weinhold J. Wentzel R. Wetzel D. Wike A. Wolf B. Wolfe C. Wright S. Yiengst J. Yocum P. Yoder D. Zartman J. Zechman L. Zeller L. Zeigler E. Zip F. Zuck P. Zug Missing Juniors D. Griffe M. Ingram D. Kemper M. Unger 92 JUNIORS VO-TECH VO-TECH 93 •oWo . •VV-s ' Y ' JX ; 94 VO-TECH mam Art Club fc ■pSp? AHHjtf, ® .Jit 1 W j 1 »i • 1 i l ffSj ' fSdwi Ufiiii s ' 1 s c. n I ■. . ’ ?. m . m r— f | dj - ||lj %A ; . »ijfH! Wf Mam W ' jm | 1 mni Pm i a 1 ' ■nm W «n . _ Della Long (Pres.). Nancy Ondrusek (V. Pres.), Sarah Hitchcock (Treas), Kathy Spitler (Sec.), Joachim L. Eisenblaetter (Advisor). A future Art Club member. 98 ACTIVITIES The Other Side . . . Kauffman House . . . Pittsburgh . . . Millersville State College . . . Landis Valley . . . New York City Trip . . . Bavarian Inn . . . Metropolitan Museum of Art . . . Contemporary Museum of An . . . Schwarz ' s Toy Store . . . Rockefeller Center . . . ONYX . . . Movies . . . York Academy of Fine Arts . . . American Indian Dancers . . . RALPH . . . Philadelphia Zoo . . . Philadelphia Art Museum . . . Kutztown State College . . . ANNUAL PARTY. ACTIVITIES 99 100 ACTIVITIES I Bible Club Good News . . . Bulletin boards . . . A Thief in the Night . . . Discussions . . . TRUTH . . . Speakers . . . Tapes . . . Messages . . . Assemblies . . . Posters . . . ROW 1: C. Berger, M. Stauffer, B. Oxenrider (treas.), C. Zuck (pres.), S. Mahaffy (v. pres.), S. Stauffer (sec.), R. Leh¬ man, K. Beers. ROW 2: F. Zuck, P. Capwell, D. Keller, P. Horst, O. Lehman, J. Horst, S. Sensinig, K. Eckenrote, T. Heck. ROW 3: B. DeHart, C. Horst, F. Kegerris, K. Heffner, M. Hoover, B. Kegerris, S. Heffelfinger. ROW 4: M. Hoover, S. Straus, R. Martin, C. Stoltfus, D. Heisey, D. Sailor. Chess Club ROW 1: T. Peiffer, Mr. Good (advisor), A Konski, C. Dugan, T. Cover ROW 2; B. Fleagle, M. Towmbly, D. Sailor, R. Kreider. Concentration . . . Strategy . . . Pawns . . . ’’Checkmate” . . . Castle . . . Kings . . . Queens . . . Defeat . . . And Victory . . . The Chess Team had a winning season this year. Their overall record was 8 wins and 2 losses. With this record they placed second in the Lancaster-Lebanon Chess League Northern Division. They also qualified for the championship playoffs against the two best teams in the Southern Division. The members of the Chess Team are: Board 1: Tim Cover Board 2: Dave Cover Board 3: Randy Kreider Board 4: Dale Sailer Board 5: A. Konski Congratulations on your fine season! ! 102 ACTIVITIES Drama Club ROW 1: K. Templin (treas.). C. Wengert (v. pres.). S. Keller (pres.), A. Yeakel (sec.). ROW 2: C. Wentworth, B. Keller, F. Donley, M. Bennetch, J. Eberly, L. White, B. DiGiacomo. ROW 3: C. Horst, N. Rampolla, C. Weddle, D. Bahney, K. Longenecker, L. Hibshman. ROW 4: D. Heisey, J. Kauffman. Tear at the Dotted Line . . . Rehears¬ als . . . Forgotten lines . . . Grey Bread . . . Bake sales props . . . Falling scen¬ ery . . . More rehearsals . . . Last min¬ ute PANIC . . . Applause T-shirts . . . Speakers . . . Going co-ed . . . Sportsmanship . . . Hotdog stands . . . " The Christian Athlete " . . . Movies . . . Gretna Glen . . . Swimming . . . Farewell plaque . . . Good times . . . Fellowship of Christian Athletes ROW 1: J. Gyorke (chaplain), J. Renninger (co-captain), J. Shutter (captain), A. Balsbaugh (sec.). ROW 2: S. Fasnacht, L. Hilgartner, K. Steiner, D. Garret, C. Ilus, K. Yarnall, G. Lessig, T. Zidik, S. Keeney, M. Conklin. ROW 3: D. Welch, D. Keller, C. Stoltzfus, H. Patches, K. Burkholder, J. Sweatlock, K. Hepler, K. Weinhold, L. Zeigler, K. Dule- bon, M. Ginder, T. Blumenshine, C. Keller, S. Blouch, C. Miller, M. Zartman, R. Mitstifer. ROW 4: R. Blair, S. Moyer, R. Suppus, G. Hickernell, J. Malesky, V. Kemble, D. Pedia, F. Howdyshell, S. Krall, R. Bressler, P. Krum, M. Moyer, A. Nolt, T. Swonger, K. Hassinger, F. Nolt, M. Ludwig. ROW 5: T. Eisenhower, T. Kauffman, M. Leonard, J. Sites, L. Rittle, K. Conrad, D. Hurst, P. Hibshman, P. Ginder, C. Deck, L. Weinhold, R. Clauser, D. Bahney. ROW 6: S. Wolfe, R. Harris, F. Shaak, S. Harris, T. Hoffman, B. Morgan, K. Marks, J. Brightbill, R. Nye, R. Griffe, B. Dohner, W. Yarnall, D. Gruber, A. Clauser, Mr. Krall (Advisor). ACTIVITIES 103 Future Business Leaders of America ROW 1: Mr. McDonald (advisor), B. Crawley (sec.), B. Miller (treas.), C. Smith (v. pres.), D. Zartman (pres.), Miss Brown (advisor). ROW 2: B. Frankfort, K. Dundore, D. Moyer, S. Kohr, R. Sweigert, M. Dubble, D. France, D. Boltz, Betz, B. Herr. ROW 3: S. Seiverling, K. Heffner, P. Oxenrider, M. Smith, H. Skeiczius, S. Williams, C. Troutman, N. Firestine, K. Eckenroad, S. Bowman. ROW 4: V. Duffy, F. Kegerreis, S. Firestine, A. Weik, C. Troutman, C. Hoke, T. Shartle, D. Peters, D. Shade. Spring regionals . . . Competition . . . Typing . . . Shorthand . . . Candy sales . . . Bulletin boards . . . Bookkeeping . . . Spelling bees . . . future leaders in an ever expanding busi¬ ness world. Future FHomemakers of America Candle making . . . Bake sales . . . Crocheting . . . Speakers . . . Sewing contests . . . Cookbook sales . . . Ban¬ quets . . . Knitting . . . young women preparing themselves to meet the demanding world of homemaking. ROW 1: S. Sensenig (sec.), T. Ziegler (pres.), M. Hoover (vice-pres.), ]. Yoder (treas.). ROW 2: S. Hefflefinger, C. Weddle. ROW 3: K. Drain, D. Houtz, B. Krall, S. Llein, M. Stauffer, E. Weidman, M. Di Agostino. ROW 4: B. Weaver, D. Kohr, C. Conklin, A. Heck, J. Horst, B. Keggereis. ROW 5: Miss Smeltzer (Advisor), G. Kreider, K. Treat, S. Dun¬ dore, K. Heffner, L. Brubaker, R. Wetzel, Mrs. Bickle (Advisor). 104 ACTIVITIES Future Farmers of America Tobacco fields . . . soil contests . . . Mums . . . Plowing . . . Conservation . . . Livestock contests . . . speech contests . . . Poinsettas . . . Farmshow . . . Jackets . . . Banquets . . . Young men preparing to devote their lives to farming. ROW 1: S. Sweigart (Reporter) M. Bender (Sentinel) D. Heisey (V. Pres.) M. Heisey (Pres.) Mr. Adams (Advisor) D. Ober (Treas.) S. Swisher (Sec.) R. Martian (Chap.). ROW 2: G. Hogeland, R. Dannecker, B. Hunsicker. ROW 3: J. Hartranft, D. Troutman, J. Umbenhaur, F. Stamm, M. Hoover, A. Achey, R. Weaver. ROW 4: M. Hess, B. Heisey, L. Lutz. ROW 5: T. Ulrich, S. Woods, C. Lutz, H. Long, W. Bucher, K. Horst, D. Kurtz, D. Wenger, D. Schneck. ROW 6: R. Ingrum, G. Sholly, M. Shaak, B. Bennetch, K. Ritchie, D. Harmish, D. Umberger, M. Tice, M. Bucks. German Club German meals . •. . Hockey games . . . New York and Washington trips . . . guest speakers . . . slides . . . Deutschland Spiegel . . . " Rundshau” . . . Christmas parties . . . Auf Deutsch, bitte . . . Black Forest Cherry Cake . . . Auf Weider- sehen. ROW 1, SEATED: P. Ilus (Treas.) P. Ginder (Sec.) Mr. Deeg (Advisor) L. Weinhold (Pres.) R. Mitstifer (V. Pres.). ROW 2: L. Dove, C. Drain, M. Showers, S. Heffelfinger, M. Bennetch, J. Swope, K. Burkholder, K. Steiner. ROW 3: P. Hibshman, L. Hilgartner, L. Rittle, J. Sites, B. Falk, S. Long, J. Meleski, K. Weinhold, D. Bahney, L. Yeakel, J. Eberly. ROW 4: S. Dundore, H. Wolfskill, L. Sites, K. Anspach, H. Patches, M. Moyer, R. Lehman, J. Steiner, J. Yoder, S. Keeney, S. Sweatlock, A. Balsbaugh. ROW 5: C. Conrad, C. Ilus, K. Brendle, J. Sweatlock, E. Cooper, S. Hefflefinger, M. Gundrum, L. Ziegler, S. Hoffman, J. Sell, K. Yarnall, K. Templin. ROW 6: D. Schoener, S. Straus, D. Sailor, B. Yarnall, S. Elliott, K. Nye, J. Shutter, B. Brubaker, V. Schott, D. Rittle. MISSING: J. Wiek. ACTIVITIES 105 106 ACTIVITIES a ACTIVITIES 107 Hiking Club The Appalachian Trail . . . Rainy days . . . steep hills . . . banquets on the trail . . . Port Clinton . . . Long days . . . selling refreshments at games . . . Scenery . . . bears . . . weeken¬ ders . . . Rausch Gap . . . good times . . . memories . . . Black Forest Trail . . . C O Toll Path Trail . . . Beauty and Freedom is the Hiker ' s reward. wvHI ■- • • ■ Ml ■j gL i SEATED: Mr. Arbogast (Advisor), Miss DeCoux (Advisor), C. Reppert (v.-pres.), D. Peters (sec.-treas.). ROW 1: A. Kon- ski, K. Kline, K. Brown, R. Schasmen, B. Hen, G. Tramp, D. Long, S. Hibshman, L. Ziegler, S. Schware. ROW 2: T. Lowe, L. Smith, M. Wlazak, S. Hoffman, V. Rittle, K. Treat, D. Lowe, R. Blecker, D. Meek. ROW 3: C. Kahl, D. Moger, P. Parson, J. Tobias, R. Belleman, L. Zellers, D. Miller, B. Dohner. MISSING: B. Kahl (pres.). Hi-Y ROW 1: D. Bahney (treas.), S. Elliot (v.-pres.), G. Lessig (pres.), J. Kauffman (sec.). ROW 2: C. Hain, W. Wright, S. Hickernell, R. Goshert, R. Artley. ROW 3: D. Gerhart, D. Heckman, S. Keller, R. Artley, D. Schneck. ROW 4: F. Howdyshell, S. Hain, M. Gundrum, R. Clauser. Clean ups . . . Valentine Decora¬ tions . . . Volleyball Marathons? . . . headaches . . . parties . . . rec night . . . dues . . . bills . . . tennis screens? . . . building up membership . . . 108 ACTIVITIES Library Club ROW 1: J. Levandusky (pres.). B. Kauffman (v.-pres.), Miss Aston (Advisor), L. Brubaker (ueas.), J. Kreiser (sec.). ROW 2: R. Artley, R. Heintzelman, K. Lengle, L. Hibshman, D. Bahney, A. Shaak, S. Blouch, M. Krall, G. Moyer. ROW 3: C. Dugan, B. Brown, C. Bennetch, W. Hibshman, T. Levandusky, R. Ackenbach, J. Chadwick. ROW 4: D. Schneck, B. Rutter, A. Noll, C. Pedia, I. Achenbach, J. Thierwechter. ROW 5: C. Atkins, J. Renik, T. Peiffer, S. Straus, B. Krall. MISSING: D. Blair. Football programs . . . Willard . . . Benjamin Franklin Inst. . . . The Way We Were . . . Washington D.C. . . . keychains. . . fines . . . Silence . . . parties . . . rec nights . . . Medics Speakers . . . trips . , . health careers . . . visiting hospitals . . . Christmas carols . . . discussions . . . ROW 1: C. Fisher (sec.), T. Ziegler (v.-pres.), L. Hibshman (pres.), V. Eckenroth (treas.). ROW 2: K. Lengle, F. Zuck, K. Anspach, S. Shaak, G. Gerhart, C. Wetzel, J. Rutter, B. Shenk. ROW 3: V. Ganzales, S. Beers, S. Klein, C. Zuck, S. Heffelfinger, K. Wetzel, M. Moore, V. Schott. ROW 4: ]. Kahl, W. Hibshman, D. Rittle, A. Binner, M. Ben¬ netch . ACTIVITIES 109 National Honor Society ROW 1: A. Balsbaugh (v.-pres.). D. Yiengst (sec.). F. Kegerreis (treas.). ROW 2: S. Keeney, S. Shaak, J. Hickernell, W. Longenecker. ROW 3: L.. Yeakel, L. Weaver, F. Zuck, Smith, C. Zuck, B. Digiacomo, L. Bennick, K. Yarnall, ]. Levandusky. ROW 4: R. Kreider, D. Sailor, D. Keller, S. Stauffer, R. Lehman, H. Skeiczius, J. Graybill, J. Zechman, G. Swonger. ROW 5: D. Moyer, T. Cover, B. Oxenrider, S. Seiverling, S. Mann, L. Weinhold, K. Hepler, B. Kegerreis, W. Engler. MISSING: M. Keppley (pres.). Car washes . . . N.Y. trips . . . Menlo Park . . . Thanksgiving baskets . . . trees . . . Christmas Parties . . . Santa Claus . . . Egg hunts . . . Lehigh . . . induction . . . orientation . . . Recognition . . . privileges . . . Newspaper Club Deadlines . . . articles . . . inter¬ views . . . reviews . . . stapling . . . sales . . . Features . . . more deadlines . . . cartoons . . . Smoke Signals . . . SEATED: R. Suppes (Feature Editor), A. Konski, G. Crouse (Club Editor), C. Fisher (Sports Editor). ROW 2: B. Crawley, K. Heffner. ROW 3: Mrs. Hibshman (Advisor), K. Longenecker, V. Mock, L. Mock, S. Kramer, E. Cooper, D. Schoener, K. Bortz. ROW 4: C. Hepler, J. Kahl, K. Brendel, A. Boyer, P. Parson (Editor), R. Blecker. 110 ACTIVITIES Physical Fitness Club The Universal gym . . . weight lifting . . . girls!? . . . tired muscles . . . situps . . . pressing weights . . . ft mj ft® W MB. S I Xji % ' V U j 1 j K j i % Si Mt i ROW 1: K. Reich (co-captain), Mr. Kochera (Advisor), M. Ludwig (co-captain). ROW 2: D. George, S. Schott . ROW 3: J. Graybill, R. Reed, C. Schneck, P. Stoudt, K. Strauss. ROW 4: D. Bender, S. Moyer, L. Ziegler, D. Newhouse, K. Marks. ROW 5: M. Bender, G. Miller, E. Seibert. Ski Club ROW 1: F. Nolt (Pres.), Mr. Kochera (Advisor), A. Konski (V. Pres.). ROW 2: D. Keller, K. Echenrote (Sec.). ROW 3: P. Kline, L. Ziegler, S. Moyer, P. Stoudt, N. Ondrusek, C. Stechman, K. Strauss. ROW 4: K. Marks, S. Krall, S. Keller, J. Miller, B. Miller, M. Ludwig. ROW 5: R. Griffe, M. Bender. MISSING: N. Miller (Treas.) D. Gruber. Wishing for snow . . . Big Boulder . . . sunny days . . . plans . . . Hei- delburg . . . SNOW! . . . Falling down . . . laughing . . . more falling down . . . good times with friends. ACTIVITIES 111 Student Government " Vote for Schnoke " . . . freak shot specialist . . . Snack Bar will be closed today due to lack of supplies . . . Bundle Days . . . Donating food to Teen Chal¬ lenge . . . race car drivers . . . Christ¬ mas Dance . . . bills, bills, bills . . . Athletes in Action . . . Slave Day . . . Field Day . . . campaigns . . . elec¬ tions . . . working for YOU! SEATED: R. Schnoke (Pres.), C. Deck (Treas.), Mr. Smith (Advisor), H. Moehlmann (V. Pres.), A. Blatt (Sec.). ROW 1: H. Patches, K. Burkholder, L. Sites, D. Weik, K. Steiner, P. Schneck, R. Lebo, C. Ilus, P. Hibshman, D. Hurst, L. Hilgart- ner, J. Deurer, K. Hassinger, J. Neiswinter, S. Sweatlock, A. Boyer, B. Putt, J. Sell. ROW 2: A. Nolt, D. Morgan, G. Hickernell, M. Zartman, L. Rittle, M. Leonard, D. Krieser, D. Schoener, P. Neiswender, L. Renninger, P. Pecken- schneider, C. Gardner, A. Balsbaugh, R. Dietrich, T. Laudenschlager, B. Dohner, R. Suppes. ROW 3: J. Kreiser, D. Ginsel- berger, N. Ondrusek, L. Karsnitz, P. Schoener, B. Bowman, K. Weinhold, D. Weik, K. Keller, C. Peckenschneider, K. Hoover, K. Blouch, M. Moyer, L. Krall, J. Thomas, C. Arnold, S. Mays. ROW 4: D. Shade, P. Yoder, P. Stoudt, V. Schott, B. Shenk, D. Rittle, T. Blumenshine, K. Treat, K. Gassert, V. Kemble, T. Swanger, S. Seiverling, P. Ginder, L. Peiffer, C. Wengert, K. Templin. ROW 5: S. Heffelfinger, W. Engler, T. Seager, B. Kauffman, D. Bahney, J. Swope, K. Heffner, S. Hitchcock, S. Krall, L. Eshelman, C. Schneck, J. Miller, R. Spera, K. Hottenstein, L. Weinhold, L. Williams, D. Fasnacht. Tri-Hi-Y SEATED: L. Krall (Chaplain), J. Deurer (Rec. Sec.), S. Keeney (V. Pres.), K. Yarnall (Pres.), A. Binner (Treas.), J. Hick¬ ernell (Cor. Sec.). ROW 1: S. Sweatlock, G. Hickernell, L. LeSsig, W. Longenecker, A. Weik, D. Yiengst, C. Troutman, A. Balsbaugh, C. Wengert, C. Ulrich, C. Troutman, L. Larcher, K. Ondrusek, B. Painter, K. Ontkas, K. Hassinger, P. Garrigan. ROW 2: L. Hilgartner, L. Eshelman, A. Blatt, D. Fasnacht, C. Schneck, G. Crouse, S. Kohr, L. Miller, S. Kohr, R. Wagner, D. Peiffer, B. Moyer, K. Anspach, M. Salem, B. Putt, L. Moore, L. Highley. ROW 3: P. Seiverling, S. Leedy, D. Kohr, B. Keller, S. Firestine, B. Crawley, K. Templin, A. Hibshman M. Ginder, L. Mick, M. Leedy, B. Krall, L. Sholly, J. Sells, Dijohnson, M. Heckman. ROW 4: K. Barrett, C. Yarnell, C. Weddle, L. Hibshman, S. Keller, V. Duffy, V. Kemble, K. Ilus, L. Brubaker, L. Peiffer, T. Blumenshine, K. Hoover, M. Hitchcock, K. Blouch, S. Diehm, M. Salem, L. Renninger, M. Reedy. ROW 5: J. Sites, A. Smith, G. Kreider, D. Fertig, K. Longenecker, C. Zidik, B. Shenk, V. Schott, D. Rittle, B. Hummel, A. Ingram, K. Burkholder, M. Zartman, A. Nolt, D. Morgan. Homecoming . . . speakers . . . par¬ ties . . . Christmas decorations . . . headaches . . . preparations for the Valentine Dance . . . the enchanted night called " Traces of Love " . . . Jor- den Bros. . . . more bills . . . Senior farewell dinner . . . last minute prepa¬ rations . . . instructions from Mrs. Pap- son ... a highly successful year for ELCO ' S Tri-Hi-Y. 112 ACTIVITIES Youth Education Association ROW 1: S. Sweatlock (Corresponding Sec.) C. Wengert (Recording Sec.) J. Shutter (Pres.) K. Templin (V. Pres.) A. Balsbaugh (Treas.). ROW 2: Mr. Hess (Adviser) B. Kegerreis, S. Dijohnson, Miss Gouker (Adviser). ROW 3: S. Heffelfinger, S. Keeney, S. Mann, B. Miller, D. Heisey, L. Williams, M. Heckman. ROW 4: W. Engler, S. Shaak, L. Weaver, C. Eberly, L. Krall, J. Sell. ROW 5: J. Levandusky, T. Zidik, K. Yarnall. selling hotdogs . . . nickel Pepsis . . . East Stroudsburg . . . dinners . . . Millersville . . . skiing . . . Shippensburg . . . scholarships . . . Good times . . . Teacher of the Year . . . concerned with our process of edu¬ cation. Youth Forum Harrisburg . . . Euthanasia . . . Youth Forum Day . . . Discussions . . . panels . . . questions . . . information . . . Evening program . . . discussing and acting on issues relevant to youth today. ROW 1: J. Levandusky, (Sr. Senator) D. Heisey (Cabinet) J. Swope (Jr. Senator) J. Kauffman (Jr. Senator). ROW 2: V. Schott, D. Rittle, L. White, F. Donley, K. Longenecker, A. Binner. ROW 3: C. Zidik, C. Fox, S. Sweatlock, S. Keeney, K. Yar¬ nall, A. Balsbaugh, C. Deck. ROW 4: B. She ' nk, R. Mitstifer, J. Shutter, C. Ulrich. ACTIVITIES 11 3 ADS We would like to thank our area businesses for supporting us in our endeavor. Your cooperation has been a great help in publishing this yearbook. SIGMA 75 STAFF CLAUSER FUNERAL HOME Schaefferstown, Pa. CONGRATULATIONS-CLASS OF T5 Graduation and - The Friends You ' ll Make At COCAUCO CREEK CAMPGROUND IN PICTURESQUE PA. DUTCH COUNTRY R. D. 2 Denver, Pa. 17517 Phone: 215-267-2014 ADS 115 Class of ' 75 Congratulations to the BINNER ASSOCIATES, INC. Schaefferstown, Pa. Phone 717-949-6516 116 ADS Some banks are " Service Institutions " . Some are " Business Banks " . We are a " People ' s Bank " . If you like personal service, individual attention, the human touch, you ' ll enjoy bank¬ ing with us. THE RICHLAND, PENNSYLVANIA We ' re NEARBY and NEIGHBORLY MEMBER F.D.l.C. 118 ADS ■— mtm ii5 ' l ' ' -C ' :ft ' ’ i •■‘j - ' J KOUNTRY KRAFT KITCHENS Newmanstown, Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Installers of Quality Custom Built Kitchens and Bathroom Cabinets 589-4575 ADS 119 m Compliments of For Free Estimate Call STERLING DRUG INC. MYERSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Manufacturers of Ethical Proprietary Medicines REON Breon Laboratories Glenbrook Laboratories Sterwin Laboratories STERWIN Winthrop Laboratories STERLING’S BUSINESS IS EVERYBODY ' S HEALTH Congratulations and Best of Success to the Class of ' 75 Full Facility Truck Stop Restaurant Trucker’s Store Motel Gift Shop Truck Wash Garage Laundromat Complete Recreation Room ads 121 Congratulations Class of 75 WILLIAMS ' STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY Your Official Yearbook Photographers 619-21 Cumberland Street Lebanon, Pa. William E. Buser, M. Photography D. Craig Flory, Associate Maurice M. Upton, Associate LCWX- 122 ADS LAYSER’S FLOWERS — MYERSTOWN AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. OF PENNA. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Lebanon County Myerstown ELCO Lebanon 9 ADS 123 »jiV MAI 1 24 STUDENT LIFE A MAX CALLED HORSE Friday, april 11 ROCK dance - £r» HOMECOMING 1974 Better Than Best Steven Keller and Sherrie Firestine On the morning of Saturday, October 5, the sun ' s first rays descended upon sleepy sign makers hard at work with paints and glitter and rolls of masking tape. As the sunlight grew brighter, soccer nets, multi-colored balloons, M-G ' s, and cafeteria tables emerged from the shadows. The sun rose higher into the cloudless sky and it smiled upon hockey players, soccer stars, Mrs. Pap- son, and the guests of honor, the alumni. The afternoon sun warmed the fair shoulders of the Tri- Hi-Y President as she endeavored to solve The Case of the Missing Pep Band. Sunlight glared off the helmets of the modern-day gladiators while they sprinted on to the field of battle to pit their strength against the foes and defeat them. As the last cheers were sounded, the last balloons burst, the last candy apples devoured, the final tears were shed, the sun began to slip behind the mountain and with it went Homecoming 1974-75. Better than Best. Derek Sutherly and Debbie Rittle Anthony Thomas and Jane Hickernell 126 HOMECOMING Gregory Lessig and Sheila Kohr HOMECOMING 127 Robin Miller and Judith Sell Scott Sweigart and Susan DUohnson Jeffrey Renninger and Marie Keppley James Seager and Wendy Longenecker HOMECOMING 128 HOMECOMING 130 BAND A • ' r fSr lit " ' 5 ' A w ' t ' tf tzj — f i+-+ i - ; xK Vl f S yk 4V Eastern Lebanon Countv High School . 1 ' I • •• ' •• • rtf, ' .-s-T r-iiar BAND 131 4; BAND 135 BLAME FOR THIS YEARBOOK. . . 1975 SIGMA STAFF ROW 1: J. Hickernell C. Boyer J. Levandusky B. Shenk ROW 2: D. Rittle B. Putt S. Sweatlock J. Eisenblaetter, advisor A. Balsbaugh P. Pfautz V. Schott J. Northey J. Miller ROW 3: A. Weik D. Yiengst C. Troutman K. Templin S. Keeney T. Heck K. Yarnell M. Heckman J. Weik This was a year of change for the Sigma Staff. Breaking a tradition, along with a new advisor, this yearbook is a complete and total record of happenings from September to June. Much work, thought, and love has gone into every picture and every line of copy. Many a night was spent trying to make pictures fit into those cute little squares which filled every copy sheet. Now, after 12 months, $7,000, 2 million pictures, and one lifetime later this diary of the school year 1974-75 is yours forever. We of the staff hope that you can look back and remember this year with a smile, now and in the future. 136 YEARBOOK r f Job Number 01127 . . . team pictures will be taken on Thursday or the 17th - whichever comes first . . . well, we only missed the deadline by 2 weeks . where is everybody when you need them? . . . what DO you mean there is not enough money? . . . Ann Balsbaugh and Suzanne Sweatlock report to 119 immediately . . Hey, that’s a really good picture . . . spending an afternoon in the darkroom . . . WHAT? . . . pictures to be cropped . . . long nights spent at ELCO ... Mr. Pat¬ rick . . . yearbook money is due . . . WHAT CAN WE SAY? ■ CO-EDITORS Suzanne Sweatlock Ann Balsbaugh BUSINESS MANAGER Kathleen Yarnell UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR Stephanie Keeney ACTIVITIES EDITOR Johanne Levandusky SENIOR EDITOR Angie Binner SPORTS EDITOR Marsheela Heckman TYPING EDITOR Cindy Troutman PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Terry Heck ADVISOR Joachim Eisenblaetter YEARBOOK 137 1 1 ( £ Only a 2... Jr. - Sr. Prom May 9, 1975 6:00 - 11:00 PM Lancaster Treadway Resort Inn Lancaster, PA ... Do Dive 138 SPORTS BANQUET Speaker: Mr. Walter Bahr, Soccer Coach, Penn State June 4, 1975 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS Itiillig wtittiim ••♦• uuuiY’ " " Mttiv mm , KttnJWfJJ ill Soccer . . . Eric Ream Memorial Award - Robin Miller, Boy ' s Tennis . . . ELCO Sr. Hi-Y - Tim Sandoe, Football (lineman) . . . Myerstown Rotary - Paul Schwab, Football (back) . . . Newmanstown Athletic Association - Rich Mitstifer, Cross Country . . . Myerstown Jaycees - Jim Mahaffey, Golf . . . Lebanon Valley Golf Club - District Championship Team, Field Hockey . . . Betty Webber - Carol Deck, Softball . . . Webber Chevrolet - Lisa Weinhold, Girl’s Basketball . . . Louise Zartman - Carol Deck, Wrestling . . . Richland Lions Club - Ken Reich, Girls Tennis . . . ELCO Sr. Tri-Hi-Y - Kathy Hottenstein, Boy ' s Basketball . . . A1 Clauser Memorial Award - Jon Gyorke, Track and Field . . . Richland National Bank - Jon Gyorke, Baseball . . . Larry Bennetch Memorial Award - Derek Sutherly. 140 SPORTS BANQUET »r jrv jpp - ap t Sift WfP‘ V T r. ’ ■ i (v % i B.SBB SENIORS A Special Time in Our Lives. ROXANNE ALEXANDER 218 West Franklin Ave., Myerstown FBLA 3 BUSINESS ANITA AMBROSIA R.D. 3, Box 261, Myerstown FBLA 1,2,3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 DOUGLAS N. BAHNEY Hi-Y 4, Treas. Chess Club 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 3, 4 F.C.A. 2, 3, 4 PAMELA J. BAKER 9 North Race St. , Richland Bowling Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Chorus 1 VICA 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 1 BUSINESS ACADEMIC VO-TECH ROXANNE ALEXANDER ANN L. BALSBAUGH 10 West Lincoln Ave., Myerstown Yearbook 3, 4 Co-Editor Class President 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 St. Gov. 1, 2, 3, 4 YEA 2, 3, 4 Treas. FCA 3, 4 Sec. NHS 3,4 V. Pres. German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Youth Form 2,3,4 Choms 1, 4 Valentine Court 4 JESSE BALSBAUGH R.D. 1, Newmanstown JOANNE MARIE BATDORF R.D. 4, Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 1 Drama Club 1, 2 VICA 3, 4 ACADEMIC VO-TECH VO-TECH DOUGLAS N. BAHNEY ANITA AMBROSIA PAMELA J. BAKER ANN L. BALSBAUGH JESSE BALSBAUGH JOANNE MARIE BATDORF 144 SENIORS SENIORS 145 ■ MICHAEL BENDER MICHAEL R. BENNETCH TAMMY ANN BENNETHUM MICHAEL A. BENDER R.D. 1, Newmanstown FFA 1, 2. 3. 4 MICHAEL R. BENNETCH R.D. 1, Newmanstown VICA 2,3,4 TAMMY ANN BENNETHUM 26 Memorial Boulevard, Newmanstown Medics 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1 German Club 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 GARY R. BERGMAN 122 East Main St., Newmanstown VICA 2,3,4 DOUGLAS BETZ 5 East Stoever Ave., Myerstown FFA 3 ANGELA MARIE BINNER Schaefferstown Track Stat 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Treas. Medics 2,3,4 Youth Forum 2,3,4 Yearbook Staff 3, 4 FTA 2 Chorus 4 Pep Club 1 BOB BLUMENSHINE R.D. 2, Denver VO-AG VO-TECH ACADEMIC VO-TECH VO-TECH GARY R. BERGMAN ACADEMIC VO-TECH ANGELA MARIE BINNER 146 SENIORS I y JERRY BR1GHTBILL P.O. Box 125, Myerstown Track 3, 4 Cross Country 4 Winter Track 4 FCA 4 JEFF BROWN 127 North Railroad St., Myerstown WAYNE BUCHER R.D. 1, Newmanstown FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 AL CLAUSER North Carpenter St., Schaefferstown Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 ACADEMIC BUSINESS VO-AG ACADEMIC JERRY BRIGHTBILL JEFF BROWN FCA 2,3,4 YEA 3 Hi-Y 2 Valentine King of Hearts RHONDA LEE CLAY R.D. 1, Newmanstown BRENDA LYNN CRAWLEY Box 393, Myerstown Drama Club 2, 3 Choms 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4 Band Front 3, 4 Co-Captain FBLA 3, 4 Medics 3 Musical 3 Girls Track 4 Exchange Student - Finland 3 GERALDINE S. CROUSE 104 South Railroad St., Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 Newspaper 4 VO-TECH BUSINESS ACADEMIC WAYNE BUCHER AL CLAUSER RHONDA LEE CLAY 148 SENIORS :i n DREW A DECK SUSAN M. DiJOHNSON VICTORIA ANN DUFFY BOB DECK FAITH CHRISTINE DONLEY DENNIS EBLING ILONA A, DREW A DECK R.D. 4, Myerstown BOB DECK R.D. 1, Lebanon Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 ILONA A. DIAN West Main St., Newmanstown Chorus 1 German Club 1 GENERAL GENERAL VO-TECH SUSAN M. DiJOHNSON R.D. 3, Myerstown JV Cheerleading 1 Co-Captain, 2 Captain German Club 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 YEA 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Girls Tennis 4 Homecoming Court Valentine Court Band Front 3, 4 Chorus 1 Musical 1, 2, 3 ACADEMIC FAITH CHRISTINE DONLEY 13 South Broad St., Myerstown Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Drama Club 1, 2 Bible Club 3, 4 Youth Forum 4 Student Council 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 Tri-Class Play VICTORIA ANN DUFFY R.D. 4, Myerstown FBLA 3, 4 FHA 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4 FT A 1 Elco Medics 3 ACADEMIC BUSINESS DENNIS EBLING 515 South Railroad, St. VO-TECH Myerstown SENIORS 149 GARY R. EBLING TRUDY L. ECKENROTH VALERIE ANN ECKENROTH GARY R. EBLING 515 South Railroad St., Myerstown TRUDY L. ECKENROTH 616 South Railroad St., Myerstown VALERIE ANN ECKENROTH 210 West Main St., Myerstown Medics 2,3,4 Treas. Hiking Club 3 RHONDA L. EICK R.D. 3, Box 389A, Myerstown Art Club 3 SCOTT D. ELLIOTT Box 6, East Main St., Schaefferstown Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Track 3, 4 Winter Track 4 Musical 3, 4 YEA 3 German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Newspaper Staff 3 FCA 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 Vice-President Chorus 1, 2 SHERRIE R. FIRESTINE R.D. 3, Myerstown FBLA 3, 4 Medics 3 Drama 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4 Band Front 3, 4 Homecoming Queen Valentine Court CATHERINE M. FISHER R.D. tt 3, Myerstown Medics 2,3,4 Sec. YEA 3 Newspaper 3, 4 Bowling Club 2 Hiking Club 3 GENERAL GENERAL ACADEMIC BUSINESS ACADEMIC RHONDA L. EICK BUSINESS ACADEMIC SHERRIE R. FIRESTINE SCOTT D. ELLIOTT CATHERINE M. FISHER 150 SENIORS I LYNN R. FISHER R.D. 3, Mye rstown GENERAL LYNN R. FISHER CYNTHIA M. FOX DEBBIE ANN FORRY DEBBIE ANN FORRY 411 South College St., Myerstown FBLA 1,2,3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Bowling Club 1 Chorus 1, 2 CYNTHIA M. FOX 8 East Main St., Richland Hockey 3, 4 Tennis 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1,2,3 Sec., 4 Medics 1,2,3 Youth Forum 4 Musical 1, 3 Bible Club 3 FTA 1, 2 BUSINESS ACADEMIC ROCHELLE J. FREDERICK 205 East Main St. , Myerstown Cheerleading 1 Chorus 1, 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Newspaper Staff 1 ANNETTE M. GENSLER 119 North College St., Myerstown Library Club 1 Art Club 1 Hiking Club 1 BRENDA LEE GETTLE 111 East Linden St., Richland Yearbook Staff 4 CAROL J. GINDER R.D. 2, Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 German 1, 2 Musical 3 ROCHELLE J. FREDERICK BUSINESS BUSINESS GENERAL ACADEMIC SENIORS 151 DANIEL R. GRUBER JONATHAN J. GYORKE KATHY HASSLER 152 SENIORS GARTH GINGRICH Schaefferstown German Club 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Basketball 2 Wrestling 1 MARY GONTKO R.D. 2, Myerstown DEBORAH L. GOSHERT East Main Street, Schaefferstown JAN GRIFFE 19 North Park Street, Richland Basketball 2 Hi-Y 3 ACADEMIC GENERAL BUSINESS GENERAL Myerstown DANIEL R. GRUBER 10 West Jefferson Ave. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2,3 Football Club 1, 2, 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 YEA 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Ski Club 4 Musical 3 JONATHAN J. GYORKE Box 353, Schaefferstown Senior Class V. Pres. FCA 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2,3,4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 KATHY HASSLER 149 East Main Street, Richland Band 1 VO-TECH ACADEMIC GENERAL MARY GONTKO DEBORAH L. GOSHERT GARTH GINGRICH I BRENDA JEAN HERR LINDA D. HIBSHMAN SENIORS 153 TERRY SUE HECK ACADEMIC 408 South Cherry, Myerstown Yearbook 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2 Hockey 3, 4 Track Star 3 Girl ' s Track 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Hiking Club 3 Art Club 3, 4 Bible Club 4 YEA 3 German Club 2, 3 St. Gov. 3 MARSHEELA HECKMAN ACADEMIC 207 Progress Road, Newmanstown YEA 4 Yearbook 4 Medics 3 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Bandfront 4 Track Stat 3, 4 Football Stat 4 DEAN R. HEISEY ACADEMIC R.D. 1, Newmanstown FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. Drama 4 Youth Forum 4 Bible 4 Chorus 1, 4 Aviation 3, 4 ROBIN E. HELM GENERAL RD 1, Newmanstown CYNTHIA D. HEPLER GENERAL 10 E. Mill Ave., Myerstown FHA 2 Medics 1 BRENDA JEAN HERR BUSINESS RD 1, Box 86, Newmanstown FBLA 3, 4 Hiking 3, 4 LINDA D. HIBSHMAN RD 4, Myerstown FBLA 2 FHA 3 TERRY SUE HECK DEAN R. HEISEY ROBIN E. HELM LINDA SUE HIBSHMAN JANE LOUISE HICKERNELL BRADLEY HOLDREN LINDA SUE HIBSHMAN 35 East Main Ave. , Myerstown Library Club 2,3,4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Chorus 2,3,4 Medics 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. Musical 3 JANE LOUISE HICKERNELL 112 North Race St., Richland Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Secretary National Honor Society 2,3,4 Yearbook Staff 4 Homecoming Court Valentine Queen German Club 1 BRADLEY HOLDREN 112 S. Broad St., Myerstown Football 1,2,4 Golf 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1 ACADEMIC ACADEMIC GENERAL BRIAN HOLDER BRIAN HOLDREN 112 S. Broad St., Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 3, 4 Track 1 CURVIN M. HOOVER R.D. 1, Box 126, Newmanstown FFA 1 CONNIE SUE HORST R.D. 1, Newmanstown Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama Club 4 Bible Club 2,3,4 Musical 3 FHA 1 FT A 1 DALE HOUTZ R.D. 3, Myerstown Soccer 1, 2 GENERAL GENERAL ACADEMIC GENERAL CONNIE SUE HORST CURVIN HOOVER DALE HOUTZ 154 SENIORS STEPHANIE ANN KEENEY 423 South Broad Street, Myerstown German Club 1, 2, 3 - Treas., 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. NHS 2,3,4 FCA 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Youth Forum 4 Musicals 1, 3 Basketball 2,3,4 Softball 2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 FANNIE SUE KEGERREIS R.D. 2, Myerstown FBLA 3, 4 Bible Club 2,3,4 Chorus 1 NHS 3,4- Treas. Musical 1, 3 VICKI LEE KEILLY 123 Progress Road, Newmanstown Library Club 1, 2 Bible Club 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 ACADEMIC BUSINESS VO-TECH STEPHANIE ANN KEENEY STEVEN JON KELLER R.D. 1, Lebanon Chorus 1, 2 FCA 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,3,4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 1, 2 Ski Club 4 Homecoming Court SUZANNE G. KELLER R.D. 1, Lebanon Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 St. Gov. 1, 2, 3, 4 District Chorus 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 DONNA KAY KEMBLE 718 South Railroad Street, Myerstown CATHERINE MAY KEPPLEY 51 East Main Street, Newmanstown Hockey 1 ACADEMIC ACADEMIC VO-TECH VO-TECH VICKI LEE KEILLY FANNIE SUE KEGERREIS STEVEN JON KELLER SUZANNE G. KELLER DONNA KAY KEMBLE CATHERINE MAY KEPPLEY 156 SENIORS SHEILA KOHR JEFF KREIDER KATHLEEN KIRKWOOD CATHY KRACH MARK LANDIS ERVIN KOHL MARIE KEPPLEY 205 Poplar St., Richland Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Sec. 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 Treas. Homecoming Court Valentine Court YEA 4 Band 1, 2 Student Gov. 3, 4 Musicals 1, 3 ACADEMIC KATHLEEN ANN KIRKWOOD Box 118, Schaefferstown Art Club 1 Hiking Club 3, 4 Chorus 1 ACADEMIC ERVIN KOHL 1 West Jefferson Ave. Football 1, 2 Football Club 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Art Club 4 Yearbook 4 GENERAL Myerstown SHEILA ANN KOHR 9 E. Bahney Ave., Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 4 FBLA 2, 3, 4 Bandfront 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 BUSINESS CATHY LYNN KRACH RD 1, Newmanstown FBLA 2, 3, 4 FHA 3 Art 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1 BUSINESS JEFF KREIDER RD 1, Myerstown Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2,3,4 FCA 3, 4 Valentine Court GENERAL MARK LANDIS RD 3, Myerstown Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2,3 Chess Club 1 ACADEMIC SENIORS 157 CYNTHIA LOUISE LAUCKS STEVE LAYSER KATHRYN ROBERTA LENGLE CYNTHIA LOUISE LAUCKS GENERAL 508 North Goodwill Street, Myerstown Chorus 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1 FHA 2 STEVE LAYSER ACADEMIC R.D. 4, Myerstown KATHRYN ROBERTA LENGLE ACADEMIC 311 Poplar Street, Richland Medics 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 3 GREGORY GENE LESSIG ACADEMIC R.D. 3, Myerstown Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 - Pres. Chorus 1, 2 Tennis 2, 3 GREGORY GENE LESSIG Soccer Club 1, 2 Ski Club 4 " vv « JOHANNE MARIE LEVANDUSKY ACADEMIC 206 South Railroad Street, Myerstown Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres. Youth Forum 3, 4 NHS 2,3,4 Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Bandfront 2 Band Announcer 4 YEA 2, 3, 4 Newspaper 3 LESTER LONG GENERAL 12 East Richland Street, Myerstown DELLA RENEE LONG ACADEMIC R.D. 4, Myerstown Hockey 3, 4 Art Club 2,3,4 President Hiking Club 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Chorus 2, 4 Tennis 4 St. Gov. 1, 2 DELLA RENEE LONG JOHANNE MARIE LEVANDUSKY LESTER LONG 158 SENIORS n? SUSAN E. MAHAFFEY MICHAEL DONALD LONG 219 East Main Ave., Myerstown Band 1 Cross Country 1 Basketball 1 Tennis 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Hi-Y 4 ACADEMIC KATHY E. LONGENECKER RD 1, Robesonia Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4 FBLA 2, 3 Drama Club 2, 3 Youth Forum 4 GENERAL WENDY S. LONGENECKER Box 126, Schaefferstown Bandfront 1, 2, 3, 4 Feature Twirier 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 National Honor Society 2,3,4 Homecoming Court 4 Valentine Court 4 Pep Club 1, 2 BUSINESS CARL LUTZ 106 Hoover Street, Myerstown FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 GENERAL SHEREE LEE LUTZ 217 West Main Ave., Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Cheerleader 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Musical 1 German Club 1,2,3 Chorus 1, 2 ACADEMIC Myerstown SUSAN E. MAHAFFEY R.D. 3, Myerstown Bible Club 2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 3 FBLA 3 FHA 3 BUSINESS SCOTT R. MAYS 208 West Jackson Ave. St. Gov. 2,3,4 YEA 3 BUSINESS Myerstown CARL LUTZ SHEREE LEE LUTZ MICHAEL LONG KATHY E. LONGENECKER SCOTT R. MAYS WENDY S. LONGENECKER SENIORS 159 n REBECCA SUSAN MILLER R.D. 2, Myerstown FHA 3, 4 FBLA 3, 4 ROBIN LEE MILLER Box 97, Schaefferstown Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 2,3,4 FCA 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3 YEA 2, 3 Homecoming Court RICHARD ALAN MITSTIFER R.D. 1, Myerstown Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 FCA 3, 4 German Club 2,3,4 Youth Forum 3, 4 BUSINESS ACADEMIC ACADEMIC REBECCA SUSAN MILLER ROBIN LEE MILLER NHS 2, 3, 4 YEA 2, 3 Newspaper 3 Musical 3 Valentine Court 4 Junior Class V. Pres. Chorus 4 HEATHER MOEHLMAN 30 East Main Street, Richland Hockey 1,2,3 Valentine Court St. Gov. 1, 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. Chorus 1,2,3 Musical 1, 3 Class Treasurer 3 GLENDA M. MOWRER South Sheridan Road, Newmanstown FBLA 3 FHA 4 DENISE MARLENE MOYER 312 North College Street, Myerstown FBLA 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1 KEVIN G. MOYER ACADEMIC BUSINESS BUSINESS VO-TECH R.D. 1, Newmanstown RICHARD ALAN MITSTIFER HEATHER MOEHLMAN GLENDA M. MOWRER DENISE MARLENE MOYER KEVIN G. MOYER 160 SENIORS JOAN E. PATCHES GENERAL 313 East Main St., Newmanstown Student Government 1 Art Clubl KENNETH ALLEN PATRICK OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION 200 West Maple Ave., Myerstown Musical 1 Football Manager 3, 4 FCA 4 CINDY LEE PEDIA ACADEMIC 836 South Railroad St., Myerstown Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 4 German Club 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Bible Club 3 FTA 2 DEBRA A. PETERS BUSINESS Route 4 Box 301, Myerstown FBLA 3, 4 Hiking Club 3, 4 Sec. GREG L. PFAUTZ GENERAL 29 West Main St., Newmanstown Football 1 Wrestling 1 BRENDA LEE PUTT BUSINESS R.D. 3 Box 104, Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 St. Govt. 4 YEA 3, 4 Homecoming Court 4 Valentine Court 4 Band Front 2,3,4 FBLA 1, 2 Musical 1 German Club 2 RONALD L. REAM VO-TECH 240 East Main St., Myerstown Musical 3 BRENDA LEE PUTT DEBRA A. PETERS GREG L. PFAUTZ RONALD L. REAM 162 SENIORS DALE SAILER 205 North Railroad St., Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Director District Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chess Club 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Track 4 SHERRY LYNN SAUNDERS R.D. 3, Myerstown National Honor Society 3, 4 FHA 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 FBLA 2, 3 Sec. Medics 3 BARRY SAUTER R.D. 4, Myerstown RICHARD SCHNOKE R.D. 2, Myerstown Wrestling 1,2,3 Football 4 St. Govt. 4 Pres. ACADEMIC BUSINESS GENERAL ACADEMIC DALE SAILER ROBERT SCHOENER R.D. 1, Richland FFA 1 KAREN SCHOTT R.D. 3, Myerstown VALERIE L. SCHOTT 407 South Railroad, St., Myerstown Band 1, 2 Band Front 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Youth Forum 3, 4 Chorus 1, 4 Musical 1, 3 Track Stat. 1, 2, 3, 4 Medics 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 St. Govt. 4 VO-TECH BUSINESS ACADEMIC BARRY SAUTER SHERRY LYNN SAUNDERS RICHARD SCHNOKE ROBERT SCHOENER KAREN SCHOTT VALERIE L. SCHOTT 164 SENIORS JAMES SEAGER CHARLES M. SCHWAB PAUL J. SCHWAB DIANE L. SECHRIST JUDITH Y. SELL CHARLES M. SCHWAB VO-TECH 16 East Mill Ave., Myerstown Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Valentine Court Baseball 1, 2, 3 Football Club 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL J. SCHWAB VO-TECH 16 E ast Mill Ave. , Myerstown Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Valentine Court JAMES SEAGER ACADEMIC 609 South Railroad St., Myerstown Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Homecoming Court Valentine Court DIANE L. SECHRIST GENERAL R.D. 2, Myerstown FHA 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 DENISE M. SELDOMRIDGE DENISE M. SELDOMRIDGE GENERAL 12 Chestnut St., Richland Hockey 1 Basketball 1 Softball 1 FBLA 2 FHA 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2 German Club 1, 2 JUDITH Y. SELL ACADEMIC 218 West McKinley Ave., Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 District Band 3, 4 Cheerleading 1,2,3 Co-Capt., 4 Capt. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 FCA 3, 4 Musical 1, 3 Valentine Court Homecoming Court St. Gov. 1, 2, 3, 4 LuANN K. SHAAK ACADEMIC R.D. 2, Myerstown Chorus 3 LuANN K. SHAAK Hiking Club 1 Library Club 1 SENIORS 165 II CLAUDIA SHANAMAN REBECCA J. SHENK GENE K. SHOLLY CLAUDIA SHANAMAN 10 South Race St., Richland Tri-Hi-Y 1 Chorus 1 FBLA 2 REBECCA J. SHENK 306 South Race St., Richland Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 3 Track Stat. 3, 4 St. Govt. 4 Youth Forum 3, 4 Basketball 2 German Club 1,2,3 Yearbook Staff 4 GENE K. SHOLLY R.D. 1, Newmanstown FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 LINDA D. SHOLLY 1 East Main St., Newmanstown FBLA 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4 BRUCE SHOTT R.D. 1, Myerstown JEFFREY A. SHUTTER 149 West Main Ave., Myerstown Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 FCA 2,3, Sec., 4 Capt. YEA 3, 4 Pres. Youth Forum 3, 4 German Club 2, 4 National Honor Society 4 Yearbook 4 HELEN JOANNE SKIECZIUS R.D. 3, Myerstown Library 1,2,3 National Honor Society 3, 4 FBLA 4 Bible Club 2 BUSINESS ACADEMIC VO-AG GENERAL LINDA D. SHOLLY BUSINESS ACADEMIC ACADEMIC JEFFREY A. SHUTTER HELEN JOANNE SKIECZIUS 166 SENIORS M» BUSINESS CINDY JO SMITH KEITH R. SNYDER MARY ANN SMITH CINDY JO SMITH 146 West Main St., Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 FBLA 2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,4 Bible Club 3, 4 Musical 2, 3 MARY ANN SMITH R.D. 2, Myerstown FBLA 2,3,4 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 KEITH R. SNYDER R.D. 2, Myerstown Baseball 1, 2 German Club 3 FCA 4 VINCE SNYDER R.D. 4, Myerstown Football 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN A. STOUDT 311 South Broad St. , Myerstown Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3 Football 1 CYNTHIA A. STRICKLER 101 East Main St., Newmanstown Hockey 1, 2 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Band Front 1, 2 VICA 1, 2, 3, 4 RANDI BLAIR SUPPES R.D. 1, Box 122, Lebanon St. Gov. 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Library Club 1, 2 Band Front 1 FCA 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Newspaper Staff 1,2,4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Bowling Club 1, 2 Chorus 1 German Club 1, 2 VINCE SNYDER BUSINESS BUSINESS GENERAL VO-TECH VO-TECH ACADEMIC JOHN A. STOUDT CYNTHIA A. STRICKLER RANDI BLAIR SUPPES SENIORS 167 ACADEMIC DEREK A. SUTHERLY Newmanstown Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 STEVE SUTHERLY R.D. 4, Box 249, Myerstown FFA 1 NHS 3 PATRICIA SWANGER R.D. 1, Newmanstown SANDRA ANN SWANGER Box 239 Route 1, Myerstown FBLA 1,2,3 Pres. Medics 2, 3 NHS 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2 TAMMY SWANGER R.D. 4, Box 267, Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 YEA 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Hiking Club 3 Bible Club 4 German Club 2 BUSINESS GENERAL BUSINESS ACADEMIC SUZANNE MARIE SWEATLOCK ACADEMIC R.D. 4, Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. -Treas. German Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 YEA 2, 3 Vice Pres., 4 Sec. St. Govt. 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Co-Editor Musical 1, 3 Youth Forum 2,3,4 NHS 4 Chorus 4 SCOTT LAMAR SWEIGART ACADEMIC Box 378 R.D. 1, Newmanstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 FFA 1,2, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Reporter and County Chaplain Baseball 2,3,4 Class Pres. 4 DEREK A. SUTHERLY % ■■ PATRICIA SWANGER STEVE SUTHERLY SANDRA ANN SWANGER TAMMY SWANGER SUZANNE MARIE SWEATLOCK SCOTT LAMAR SWEIGART 168 SENIORS SUZANNE SWISHER ANTHONY A. THOMAS KRISTIN L. TEMPLIN SUZANNE SWISHER VO-AG 138 West Washington Ave., Myerstown FFA 2, 3, 4 Sec. KRISTIN L. TEMPLIN ACADEMIC Richland Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4 Head Majorette German Club 3, 4 Drama Club 3, 4 Treas. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 YEA 2,3,4 St. Gov. 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Musical 1, 3 ANTHONY A. THOMAS ACADEMIC R.D. 1, Box 113A, Lebanon Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 Hi-Y 4 FCA3,4 Homecoming Court JAMES D. TOBIAS 307 Church St., Richland Hiking Club 4 SUSAN R. TOBIAS 307 Church St., Richland Bowling Club 1 VICA 3, 4 CYNTHIA LEE TROUTMAN 210 North Railroad St. , Myerstown FBLA 2, 3, 4 FHA 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Band Front 2,3,4 KENT UHRICH R.D. 1, Myerstown JAMES D. TOBIAS VO-TECH VO-TECH BUSINESS GENERAL SUSAN R. TOBIAS CYNTHIA LEE TROUTMAN KENT UHRICH SENIORS 169 CONNIE J. ULRICH THOMAS R. ULRICH LINDA M. WAGNER CONNIE J. ULRICH R.D. 1, Robesonia Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4 Youth Forum 2,3,4 Band 1, 2 THOMAS R. ULRICH R.D. 1, Newmanstown FFA 2,3,4 LINDA M. WAGNER R.D. 2, Myerstown ACADEMIC VO-AG GENERAL ROBERT WASKO ROBERT WASKO 27 West Main St., Richland ALMA O. WEAVER Myerstown VICA 2, 3 Chaplain BRUCE WEAVER R.D. 1, Newmanstown Baseball 1 CARL WEAVER R.D. 2, Myerstown FFA 1, 2 Chaplain, 4 Vice-Pres. GENERAL VO-TECH GENERAL VO-AG BRUCE WEAVER ALMA O. WEAVER CARL A. WEAVER 170 SENIORS AUDREY LYNN WEIK GALE MARIE WEIK JULIE ANN WEIK COLLEEN WEISS I CATHY LYNNE WENGERT AUDREY LYNN WEIK R.D. 3, Myerstown FHA 2, 3 FBLA 2,3,4 Regional Secretary Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Musical 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Band Front 2,3,4 GALE MARIE WEIK 115 South Broad St., Myerstown Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3 FBLA 1, 2, 3 FHA 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 JULIE ANN WEIK 69 East Main St., Myerstown Chorus 1, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 German 1, 2, 3 - President, 4 Youth Forum 4 Medics 3, 4 ALICE M. WENGER Musical 1 Yearbook 4 Track Stat. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hockey Manager 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 COLLEEN WEISS 33 West Main St., Richland ALICE M. WENGER R.D. 1, Lebanon National Honor Society 3, 4 German Club 1, 2 Library 1, 2 CATHY LYNNE WENGERT R.D. 3, Myerstown German Club 2 YEA 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Government 3, 4 Drama Club 2, 3, 4 - Vice President Band Front 1, 2, 3, 4 - Captain Musical 1, 2, 3 WILLIAM WENRICH R.D. 1 Box 49, Newmanstown WILLIAM WENRICH BUSINESS BUSINESS ACADEMIC GENERAL VO-TECH ACADEMIC VO-TECH SENIORS 171 ROBERT L. WETZEL, JR. RD 4, Myerstown GENERAL LAURITE MARSENA WHITE RD 2, Myerstown Musicals 1, 3 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Bible Club 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - Vice Pres. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Youth Forum 4 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 EUGENE WIKE Box 185, Schaefferstown Chorus 2 Weight Lifting 4 BRENDA D. WOLFE RD 3, Myerstown FHA 3 FBLA 3 Medics 3 German Club 1, 2 BRIAN K. WOODS RD 1, Newmanstown WILLIAM WRIGHT RD 1, Newmanstown German Club 1,2,3 Hi-Y 4 NHS 4 Track 2 Football 2 Tennis 4 Golf 3, 4 STEPHEN YAKE RD 4, Myerstown Art Club 4 ACADEMIC BUSINESS ROBERT L. WETZEL, JR. BUSINESS GENERAL ACADEMIC ACADEMIC LAURITE MARSENA WHITE EUGENE WIKE BRENDA D. WOLFE BRIAN K. WOODS WILLIAM WRIGHT STEPHEN YAKE 172 SENIORS KATHLEEN A. YARNALL BARBARA YEAKLEY LAURA YEAKEL DIANA L. YIENGST CINDY LOUISE ZIDIK l M ' ALAN E. ZELLER KATHLEEN A. YARNALL ACADEMIC 113 West Washington Ave. , Myerstown Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Sec., 4 Pres. Yearbook Staff 4 Youth Forum 3, 4 NHS 2,3,4 German Club 1,2,3 Sec., 4 YEA 4 FCA 3, 4 Class Treas. 4 Homecoming Court 4 Chorus 1, 2 Musical 3 BARBARA YEAKLEY GENERAL R.D. 1, Myerstown LAURA YEAKEL ACADEMIC R.D. 1 Box 122, Newmanstown Chorus 4 NHS 3, 4 German Club 2,3,4 Ushers Club 1, 2 Youth Forum 4 Broadcaster Club 2 TINA MARIE ZIDIK DIANA L. YIENGST R.D. 4 Box 324, Myerstown Library Club 1 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 NHS 2, 3 Vice-Pres., 4 Sec. German Club 1, 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Musical ALAN E. ZELLER 6 Bahney Ave., Myerstown Band 1, 2, 3, 4 AV 1, 2 Art Club 4 Musical 3 CINDY LOUISE ZIDIK 802 East Linden St., Richland Musical 2,3,4 Youth Forum 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4 Field Hockey 4 FBLA 1, 2 TINA MARIE ZIDIK 2 East Linden St. Cheerleader 1,2,3 Capt. 3 YEA 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2 FCA 4 ACADEMIC ACADEMIC ACADEMIC THERESA ELAINE ZIEGLER KAREN M. ZIMMERMAN THERESA ELAINE ZIEGLER GENERAL RD 2, Myerstown FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. Medics 3,4- Vice Pres. Chorus 1, 2 FBLA 2,3- Vice Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 3 Hockey 1, 2 KAREN M. ZIMMERMAN GENERAL 37 West Main St., Richland Tri-Hi-Y 1 CARL H. ZOLL OCCUPATIONAL ED. 308 W. Main St., Newmanstown CAROLYN H. ZUCK ACADEMIC RD 3, Myerstown Medics 2, 3 NHS 3, 4 Bible Club 2,3,4 CAROLYN H. ZUCK CARL H. ZOLL MISSING SENIORS: Peggy Beck Mike Evans P. Kenneth Ritchie Michael Yocum Senior Class Officers: J. Gyorke, V. Pres., K. Yarnall, Treas., C. Stumpf, Advisor, S. Sweigart, Pres.; Missing: M. Keppley, Sec. 174 SENIORS In Memory of Tina Marie Scipioni As We Pass Through To Eternity, the Memories Live on Forever. IN MEMORY 175 Compliments of LEBANON VALLEY GOLF COURSE Compliments of MYERSTOWN TWIN KISS —-—- Compliments of the MARY ELTON cSzlclomiLclcjz ± Szciutij £alon Arlene Seldqmridge, Prop. OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY RICHLAND, PA. Phone UNion 6-2746 ZARTMAN ' S GIFTS, STATIONERY, OFFICE SUPPLIES 10 East Main Avenue Telephone: 717-866-2224 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Typewriters, Adding Machines, Files, Desks, Chairs, and Rubber Stamps MARTIN ' S FLOOR COVERINGS Myerstown, Pa. 17067 R.D. 4 866-5359 All Types of Carpet and Linoleum THE SPRINGLAKE PRETZEL HUT 176 ADS FRANK J. FUSCHINI BEER DISTR. 19 W. Washington Ave. Congratulations Graduates George S. Steinmetz, Inc. ROBERT GRUBER Representative Areo Code 717 Telephone 866-2101 357 West Main Avenue . . Myerstown, Pennsylvania 17067 10 W. Jefferson Ave. Myerstown, Penna. 17067 Phone: 866-4908 NATIONWIDE MTD Toro Ariens INSURANCE Poulan Tecumseh Briggs and Stratton Custom Kitchens Ethan Allen Furniture BROWN ' S MOWER SALES SERVICE 200 Birch Street Phone Richland, Pa. 17087 (717) 866-4101 MIKE ' S WELDING SHOP GRUMBINE ' S GREENHOUSES FLOWER SHOP Myerstown, Pa. R. 3 (Kutztown) Phone - 866-5532 Prescott Rd. , Box 210 R.D. 2 Myerstown Pa. 17067 Phone 949-3168 Martha and Ray Grumbine Portable Welding Equipment Herliarc Welding, Aluminum and Stainless Steel Welding Edward W. Gundrum - Owner ADS 177 Compliments of CORDELIA C. BRUNNER ALUMINUM PRODUCTS QUAKER ALLOY CASTING CO. McQUATE ' S 5 AND 10 DR. PAUL H. GARRIGAN Chiropractor Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Phone - 866-2095 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 28 W. Main St. Myerstown, Pa. | 335 W. Main Avenue Myerstown, Pa. Phone: 866-4423 STOUDT ' S BARBER SHOP STEWART INSURANCE AGENCY KUMM ESSE DINER GRUMBINE ' S CAMPERS Sales and Rentals R.D. 4 Myerstown, Pa. Gene Keller, Agent Since 1936 Richland, Pa. 17087 Real Estate Broker Phone: 866-2058 Route 422 and 501 Myerstown, Pa. Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Starcraft Campers Travel Trailers Phone Office 717-866-5929 178 ADS AUTO INSTALLED COMPLETE GLASS SERVICE Gary E, Troutman North Railroad Street at Routs 422 MYERSTOWN, PA. 17067 Phone 8664241 LAYSER ' S JEWELERS 13 East Main Avenue Myerstown, Pa. 866-4272 Art Carved Diamonds Watches Repaired Compliments of MT. TRAIL MOTEL Compliments of RICHLAND KNITTING MILLS Richland, Penna. 17087 .ear after year - since 1926 - we have been serving the public with unexcelled service, efficiency, accuracy, integrity and the No. 1 Car ... Chevrolet. May we prove Webber Dependability to you? SALES SERVICE 431 7 PARTS TOWING call 866-2117 ROUTE 422 - WEST MYERSTOWN. PENNA. PHONE 866-2117 P. J. HYDRAULICS INC. R.D. 2 Myerstown, Pa. RICHLAND HARDWARE 21 E. Main Streets Richland, Pa. 17087 HINKLE ' S SUNOCO STATION Rt. 422 and Locust St. Myerstown, Pa. 866-5566 ADS i 79 Compliments of BICKSLER ' S LUNCHEONETTE A. H. MOYER Richland, Pa. 17087 866-2377 Plumbing • Heating • Air Conditioning Quality Workmanship and Materials Route 422, East Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Office 717-866-2103 Phone: (717) 866-4841 CARPET INSTALLATIONS Eugene E. Lessig Myerstown, Pa. 17067 KRYSTAL KLEER TROUT LAKE Newmanstown, Pa. Compliments of DIAN ' SCITGO STATION Newmanstown Compliments of INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SERVICE INC. 866-2819 MARTIN ' S FARM MARKET INC Rt. 2 Lebanon, Pa. Phone 274-1418 Wholesale and Retail Fruits and Vegetables Meats KOHL BROS. INC. Wells and Pumps Chlorinates and Softeners Myerstown, Pa. 180 ADS KLOTZ INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 866-4790 KLOTZ INSURANCE AGENCY LLOYD W. KREIDER - EXCAVATING - Since 1935 •Life Auto ‘Business ‘Home R.D. 1 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 | YOUR M n dependent 1 Insurance AGENT M Yh»» i North Sheridan Road Newmanstown, Pa. 17073 (215) 589-2762 KERCHER FUNERAL DAN CULHANE HOME 9 North College Street Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Electrical Contractor Heating Air Conditioning Richland 866-4854 966-4233 or 272-7194 ADS 181 Richland BRUCE E BENNINGHOFF Myerstown, Pa. 717 - 866-6565 717 - 866-5391 WILHELM ' S HARDWARE — Two Locations to Serve You . . . 18 S. Railroad St., Myerstown, Pa. 2569 Walnut St. Penbrook (He arrisburg), Pa. Open Daily: Paint Appliances 7:30 A.M.to6 P.M. Hardware Toys 7:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Housewares Electrical Supplies Fridays Gifts Plumbing Supplies 7:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Remington Guns Window Shades Saturdays Scotts Lawn Products Drapery Hardware Phone: 866-2022 Power Tools EBLING ' S MEAT MARKET, INC. 515 South Railroad Street Myerstown, Penna. 17067 CLIFFORD R. ZINN SON, INC. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Since 1938 REALTOR Clifford R. Zinn Joel H. Zinn 16 E. Main Avenue Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Phone: 717-866-5717 182 ADS Compliments of DEMFORD MFG. CO. Compliments of UMBERGER ' S Lebanon, Pa. -aW o e RON ' S Photography by the UHLERSTUDIO PRINTING SERVICE 56 W. Main Avenue Myerstown, Pa. 720 Willow Street Lebanon, Penna. 17042 Wedding Invitations - Business Printing Evenings by Appointment Phone: 866-4495 Phone 866-4231 ADS 183 H. W. BROWN SIGN SERVICE Everything in Signs and Letters Neon - Plexiglass - Illuminated Construction - Building and Erecting - Servicing SCOTCHLITE AND PAINTED OUTDOOR ADVERTISING Commercial Truck Lettering Richland, Pa. Phone Myerstown (717)866-266! £H§ RTeA SERVICE - FillHT5IMTRUtilON ma CHARTER ANYWHERE DAILY TO PH I LA. ' •KIW CHARTER - INSTRUCTION FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR - MULTI-ENGINE - AIRLINE PILOT U.S. GOVERNMENT APPROVED SCHOOL AIRCRAFT RENTAL - WITH PILOT OR FLY IT YOURSELF 866-5711 If no Answer Call Reading 215 376-6113 or 717-866-6717 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Cessna PHOT CENTER " P er i y neK rfOuv4, fA £tct. LEBANON VALLEY AIRPORT, MYERSTOWN, PA. READING AIRPORT 215 376-6113 Charles C. Loose Son Inc. Lumber — Millwork — Building Materials Manufacturers of Pre-hung Door Units — Sectionalized Homes — Roof Trusses West Stoever Avenue, Myerstown, Pennsylvania Come to Where the Trout Are Jumping LIMESTONE SPRINGS TROUT FARM R.D. 1 Richland, Pa. 184 ADS Insurance 717-866-4615 717-866-5550 Real Estate Sales - Financing - Appraisals - Management 100 South Locust Street Myerstown, Pa. 17067 A. Clark Burkholder Broker Compliments of MYERSTOWN HIDE AND TALLOW FRAN ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE Located 1 Mile North of Schaefferstown on Route 419 Phone 949-3360 Open Daily Except Monday N.G. MARKS AGENCY Insurance and Accounting ADS 185 RONALD W. KRALL REAL ESTATE CO. Congratulations to the Class of 75 For All Your Real Estate Needs KERMITM. OXENREIDER Route 422 West of Myerstown Call 866-2131 Paperhanging Painting - Interior and Exterior Pressure Washing and Cleaning Rd. 4 Myerstown, Pa. Phone 866-2591 RICHLAND SHOE COMPANY Area Code 717-866-4235 YINCST PRINTING Curtis and Apple Streets Richland, Pennsylvania 17087 Myerstown, Pa. Harold R. Yingst 351 W. Main St. Job and Commercial Offset MILLER ' S AMOCO STATION Route 422 and Locust Street Myerstown, Pennsylvania 17067 LEITZEL FORD Congratulations to the Class of 75 SWOPE INSURANCE AGENCY Congratulations to the Class of 75 HEIDELBERG LION ' S CLUB HENRY H. SCHELL, INC. Plumbing and Heating 101 East Washington Avenue Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Phone - 717 866-2921 HATTIE ' S SHOP ■ !■ 18 East Main Avenue Myerstown, Pa. Women ' s Apparel Clothing for Infants and Children Fabrics and Sewing Accessories LESSIG ' S Corner of College St. and Main Ave. Phone 866-4923 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Younger Styles in Bobbie Brooks ADS 188 D M SHEETZ ARCO Certified Lubrication CarWash Tires — Batteries — Accessories T une-ups Newmanstown, Pa. 17073 — ■r ARCO BAHNEY ' S FURNITURE Congratulations to the Class of 75 R.J. BENDER 866-5035 370 W. Main Ave Upholstering Atique Restoring Upholstered Furniture - A Specialty Free Estimates Established 1834 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Rugged Construction Solid Concrete Walls Steel Reinforced mWMM INTERNATIONAL STAR SILO ASSOCIATION, Inc. R.D. 1 MYERSTOWN, PA. 17067 DIAL (717)866-5708 Write for FREE BOOKLET ELCO HARDWARE CO. 50 N. Race Street Myerstown, Pa. Phone: 866-6470 Tools, Housewares Lawn Garden Supplies Scott Lawn Care Products ELCO Hardware Co CRESCENT PLASTICS DIVISION Rimar Mfg. , Inc. 15-21 West Carpenter Avenue, Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Phone: (717) 866-2184 FISHER ' S WELL DRILLING Rotary Drilling Red Jacket Pump Sales and Service Redi-Soft Water Conditioners R.D. 3 Myerstown, Penna. Telephone 717-866-2307 190 ADS Congratulations and best wishes to all the graduates of the ELCO class of 1975. May all your goals in life be achieved to the fullest and yourself always at your best. Home Furnishing Center 3 Miles East of Lebanon Rte. 422 Open Daily 9A.M. -9P.M. Saturday 9A.M. -5P.M. Compliments of Healthier, more profitable animals WHITMOYER LABORATORIES. INC, MYERSTOWN PENNSYLVANIA 1 7067 SUBSIDIARY oi ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY The WHITMOYER world is animal health ADS 191 CARS Compliments of R D il LEBANON PA 1 7042 PHONE SCHAEFFERSTOWN 949-6501 KELLER BROS MOTOR CO. NORTH AMERICAN REFRACTORIES EVERYTHING YOUR HEARTS DESIRE « « .» » EAGLES PEAK campground YOUR HOSTS . . . JUDY AND RON HARRIS 100 shady sites . . . also open-field sites for club camping R. D. 1 - BOX 247-A : ROBESONIA, PA. 19551 PHONE (215) 589-4800 Compliments of Custom Built Factory and Showroom Phone 215-678-4525 Wernersville, Pa. 19565 ADS 193 VALLEY FOOD MARKET Meats - Groceries - Produce - Dairy Ambassador Cards - Health and Beauty Aids Open 7 Days a Week 589-2909 CLEAVER-BROOKS Division of AQUA-CHEM, INC. Originators and Largest Producers of PACKAGED STEAM GENERATORS Lebanon, Pa. Milwaukee, Wis. 94 ADS Compliments of INTERSTATE DRESS Shoes and Clothes for the Entire Family 114 West Lincoln Ave. Route 422 Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Phone 717-866-2521 CARRIERS 24 HOUR SERVICE Shannon A. Smith RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING HEATING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING AUTHORIZED CLIMATROL DEALER SALES SERVICE PHONE 866-6643 866-4713 401 W MAIN AVE MYERSTOWN, PA Congratulations to the Class of 75 From the TRIPLE-R BIKE SHOP All Brands and Repairs (717) 866-2503 Customizations New Bike Sales Phone: (717) 866-6713 CENTRAL HOME IMPROVEMENT CO., INC 26 West Main Avenue, Myerstown, Pa. 17067 Zhe Milk Zhat Cebami County Qrows On 96 ADS RECORD SETTERS COACH DAVE DUBBLE COACH ROD FRAZER The high light of the track year was the fourth place finish of the Two Mile Relay Team in the state finals. Composed of Rich Mitsifer, Scott Elliott, Tom Heffelfinger and Jerry Brightbill, the team ran splits of 2:01, 2:05,3, 2:03.1, and 2:00.8 for a composite time of 8:10.2 - a new ELCO record. Team members with a total of over 100 points on the season are Jon Gyorke (212 1 4), Paul Schwab (166), Jim Mahaffey (135), Lenny Rios (123), Jerry Brightbill (123), Tim Segar (117), Ken Reich (111), and Rich Mitstifer (107). TRACK RECORDS 197 PATRONS Compliments of DECK ' S SERVICE STATION HERB MARKS CITGO HIBSHMAN’S ARCO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES P. BOYER RICHLAND AMERICAN LEGION, POST 880 MR. AND MRS. HAROLD T. NOLT AMELIA EARHART’S BEAUTY SALON Compliments of a FRIEND DR. AND MRS. F. D. ZIMMERMAN JR. ZEEHMAN’S EXXON SERVICE CENTER MR. AND MRS. FRANKLIN YARNALL MR. AND MRS. CARL BALSBAUGH THE PILLARS JEFF BENDER DR. AND MRS. DONALD HAVERSTICK FRANK’S PHOTOS - 714 S. Railroad St. Myerstown, Pa. (717) 866-4142 MR. AND MRS. RUDY SWEATLOCK THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ART CLUB FAREWELL m 7 As the colors of the spectrum come together to make a solid beam of white light, so the many different colors of our school lives are joining on this evening to provide the light of our new lives apart from each other. Twelve years ago we began our formal education armed with a new pencil, clean lined sheets of tablet paper, and the ability to count to ten. Color us excited and expectant and set to conquer the world, as long as we were home for supper. Each of our grade school years provided us with new friends, new ideas, and a new awareness of ourselves. Color us free and growing and just a tiny bit awkward, for this was also a time for discovering each other. But then we reached the end of our sixth grade prominence and entered high school as humble seventh graders. Color us frightened and lost and in awe of everyone and everything bigger than we. As our high school years continued, things again took on a size that was easier to cope with, and we settled back into the business of choosing courses, joining teams, doing homework, and finding a better way to make forward progress in the lunch line. Color us happy and typically teenaged and satisfied with life. Finally, September 1974 arrived and we were seniors. Along with this noble position came many responsibilities and a great deal of fun. School activities became ours to plan and put into action. There were queens to be chosen, games to be won, sandwiches to sell and lives outside the safe haven of high school to consider. -Wmmm Vv-W Tonight is the climax of the six years we ' ve spent here as classmates, teammates and friends. Tonight we feel all the tears and smiles that together form the memories we hold in our hearts. v •yV C V; .;C To our parents and teachers who lived these days with us — perhaps we didn ' t always take lime to say it, but thank you for the time, understanding and love you gave ■ ■ . • ' AC C; . , JC. .. For ourselves — DARE TO BE DIFFEREN1. Have the courage to think ’ qaeak your own mind and live your own life. Don ' t bejooled into thi now — believe that you can go on growing and you will. Success means o each ot us. It is your own answer to the problem of making your years FT CO, the time has come. We ' re Seniors! ■ Color us gone. , O The class of 1975 bids you t a rewell. 200 FAREWELL ELCO .y ,. Vf - 1 .v t:.
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