Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)
- Class of 1946
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We, tl1e class of 1946, present this NORNIR
to the students of Eichelberger High School with
the hope that a review of the activities and
achievements of tl1e past three years may
serve to Spur us on to greater accomplishments.
If the pages of this NOHNIII bring a
better understanding of the facts of life
to all of us, we will feel that we have been
amply rewarded for our efforts.
To us, graduation is a step from a minor school
to the great school of the worldg
it is one of tl1e greatest achievements of our lives.
It induces us to feel prepared to
solve the problems of a world at peace as
our predecessors solved the problems
of a world at war.
To us, tl1is book will be the record
of our appreciation of educationg it will
be a summary of the facts concerning one
concluded chapter in our lives.
Vlfe, the class of 1946, respectfully dedicate
this NonNm to
Miss Mary L. Menges and Miss Henrietta K. F lickinger.
By their patient understanding, diligent
industry, and exemplary conduct, they
l1ave inspired us to strive for the greatest
goal of life-the privilege of serving
our fellow men.
Wfe shall always hold them in deep
regard, because we realize that they have exerted an
important influence through us to future generations.
X 'a '-1 Lfwlwi.
my War!! Wengw
Win .Mnriella .il-Aclfinge
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Sen imf H i lv School
This is probably the first time that you
have seen a title of this kind in a Nornir.
It is surprising what small knowledge some
people hold concerning an institution in
which they have spent three years of their
early lives. It is altogether proper that you
should know a few facts about the school
which has offered you so many opportun-
In 1885, the board of education purchased
a one acre lot on High Street. Upon this
location a two-story brick building was
erected. A course of study, including a curri-
culum for a high school, had been adopted
in 1887 when a class of five students re-
ceived diplomas at graduating exercises. The
present high school was founded in 1893
when nine young ladies and gentlemen were
graduated as the first class. Willialn L.
Hoffheins was the principal of this insti-
tution, which occupied the second floor of
the High Street building from 1893 until
In 1897, Captain A. YV. Eichelberger, an
enterprising and public-spirited citizen,
erected at his own expense a modern school
building on an elevation at the northwestern
part of the town. It was constructed of brick,
the frame work being a fine quality of wood.
For two years, it was known as Eichel-
berger Academy, an institution to prepare
young ladies and gentlemen for college.
Surrounding the building is a campus con-
sisting of four acres. In 1900, Captain Eichel-
berger presented this building plus the
grounds to the borough of Hanover for use
as a public high school. In recognition of
his munificent act this institution has since
been know as the Eichelberger High School
of Hanover. In 1904, the old building was
torn down, and on the same site a large two-
story building was erected. In 1931, two
wings were added to this nucleus to complete
the present structure. It now contains the
best modern equipment, school apparatus,
and school furniture.
This is merely a simple sketch of one of
the most handsome high schools in this
area. The description would not be com-
plete if one neglected to mention the campus
and its shrubbery. The Old Oak is symbolic
of our high school just as the Statue of
Liberty is symbolic of our country. Its
branches greet the eyes of prospective stu-
dents just as the flaming torch greets the
eyes of our men returning from the war.
Board of Education
L. B. SHEPPARD GUY R. GOODFELLOW CLARK W. SCHUE
President Vice President Treasurer
Miss BETTY NOLT MRS. ROSEDRY WAREHEIRI
HARRY M. FOLMER WILSON NACE W. HENRY BITTINGER
FIRS1' tum'-HM. Feeser. P. liletluer. M. Menges. G. l'Inmm. 1. lfenmeuderfer, C. IV1ll,fPl'. smzoxn now fi.
Slwjer. Tlmnuzs. S. Diehl. E. Turner. 1. Maris. ll. l"livlfinger. R. LlIIl7l'l'lI!'l?. THIRD now ll. Leese. R. Cray.
N. Stoner. li. lirunuuer. L. Kemp. Ii. Diehl. F0l7R'l'l1 Row- A. Lilienfeld. .l. Sehuler, ll. Reexe. ll. Curu. ll.
Slllln 1'l'. G. Ilverlz.
JEAN BEAMENIJERFER BARRY ISRAMMER ERLIC K. IJIEIII.
Susqueliunuu ILS.. l'. of N. Cur. U. of P. Gettysburg College Alf.
Rookkccpillg I und II IXICCIIZIIIICLII Drawing I,l'0IDIL'lllh of IlClll0l'l'1ll'y
Exploratory C0llllll0l'1'IilI VOCZIIIOHZII Sciem-c Industrial Hiflory
S4'I95lU1"'Sl'il' Future Cruftsmelfs Club Adviser Student Couuril Adviser
Orange und lflurlf Business Adviser
RICHARD H. BRUBAKER
M. PEARL BLETTNER M,,1,1c,,be,g. penn Slate SARAH R. DIEIIL
Gettysburg College 11.5. Millersville AJS. Gettysburg College Ali.
Penn Stale lII.lfd. ,
English Englifll Il, lll. IV
Hislvry llridge Club Allvixer Nornir Adviser
l"1u'ully Manager of Atlzletirs
GEORGE H. BOXVMAN
lluesteru Aluryland A.lt. HAROLD E. CARN MILIJREII FEESER
American History Penn Stale Penn Slule ILS.
Boys' Bowling League Adviser Wood Shop Home E1'llll1llllIl'S and Biology
H. VERNON FERSTER
Susquehanna University A.B.
Physics, Vocational Math
I. V. Football Coach
Chess Club Adviser
HENRIETTA K. FLICKINGER
Millersville S. T. C. A.B.
Susquehanna University M. Ed.
Algebra I and II
Needlework Club Adviser
RAY W. GR AY
Penn State M.A.
CLADYS I. HAMM
Western Maryland College A.B.
Mathematics and History
Dancing Club Adviser
JOSEPH H. HURST
Gettysburg A.B., A.M.
Chemistry and Physics
Nornir Stag Adviser
L. H. KEMP
Penn State M. Ed.
Biology Club Adviser
Nornir Staff Adviser
Temple University AB.
Spanish l, II, and III
Spanish Club Adviser
HOLMAN Z. LEESE
Shippensburg S. T. C. B.S.
Physics and Vocational Math
Boys' Athletic Club Adviser
U. of Arizona
Temple University B.S.
Asst. Football Coach
JEANNE D. MARTS
Shippensburg S. T. C. B.S.
Shorthand and Typing
Typing Club Adviser
MARY L. MENGES
Gettysburg AB., U. of P. M.A.
Cornell U., Iowa State U.
English IV and Latin IV
Dramatic Club Adviser
HAROLD L. REESE
East Stroudsburg S. T. C. B.S.
Health and Physical Education
Head Coach of Football, Basket-
ball, and Track
JACK H. SCHULER
Lebanon Valley College
Columbia University B.S.
Band and Orchestra
B. HENRY SHAFER
Susquehanna University A.B.
Columbia University M.A.
Dancing Club Adviser
GENE L. SHEFFER
Albright College AB.
English, Latin, French
Orange and Black Adviser
Press Club Adviser
H. ELIZABETH SPAN GLER
U. of P., R.N.
U. of Mich.
NORMAN Z. STONER
Girls, Shop Club Adviser
Mansfield S. T. C.
Penn State B.S.
Health and Physical Education
Girls' Athletic Club Adviser
Girls' Bowling League Coach
Mansfield S. T. C. B.S.
Music and English
Glee Club Adviser
Chorus and Operetta Coach
GERTRUDE V. WALKER
Susquehanna University A.B.
Library Club Adviser
Penn State B.S.
University of Minnesota
Physics and Chemistry
Chemistry Club Adviser
MARY C. ZINN
Edinboro S. T. C. B.S.
Penn State M. Ed.
Art and Related Art
Mr. R. A. Bagshaw, Superintendent of Schools
"Peace in our time" is an expression coined by an English
statesman just prior to the opening of World. War ll. This
expression has been quoted many times since its first utterance
and frequently it has been referred to with some degree of
The cessation of active and organized warfare during the
last twelve months may cause the unthinking citizen to believe
that we have actually achieved "peace in our time". Great
changes must come about in the thinking and the motives of
people and of nations before we can feel secure or feel that
peace is a reality. Peace can never be real so long as people
and nations struggle against each other, either secretly or
openly, to gain strength for self by making others weak.
Peace can never become a reality so long as class struggles
against class to make each other competitively weak.
You of the Class of 1946 are graduating at a time when
your services as world citizens and statesmen are sorely
needed. Your vision must include a wide horizon and your
courage in standing for noble convictions must be equal to
that of your fathers and elder brothers who have recently
been on the field of battle if we are actually to have Hpeace
in our timen.
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Mr. Ray W. Gray, Principal
Princqm lk Meffa e
Now that you have graduated what arc you going to do?
Commencement is truly named correctly, for now, most of
lifcls responsibilities really begin. You are at the commence-
ment of your careers.
The most important think now is to determine what you
wish to do, to set your goal. Twelve years from now will you
be Mdoctor, lawyer, merchant ehicfw?
Wfith the goal chosen, you must then start paying the price
to attain it. The price may be in terms of hard study in college,
an apprenticeship in a trade, work on a farm, or doing
without most luxuries in order to save money for a home
and for investments.
There is not one of you who will not accomplish much more
hy preparing for some definite achievement than you will in
working aimlessly simply because you can not decide what
you like to do best. Most of you have the ability to attain
your goal if you will only decide what that goal is.
S IEN H U
Senior Class Histor
It is diflieult for us as Seniors, who have
reached the point of leaving our school life,
to express the many varied emotions which
we have felt as we have gone through the
experiences of the past few years. Only with
considerable effort can we remember the
feelings with which we entered the halls of
E. H. S., in the fall of 743.
lvith high hopes of winning the acclaim
of the upperclassmen, we felt that we were
going to do something really worthwhile to
prove to them our ability. Yve soon found
that it was the upperclassmen's joy to sup-
press our hopes. Another interesting ex-
perience for us was the election of our class
ollicers. It was very exciting when the re-
turns eame in at the election dance. llfany
of the Sophomore boys eagerly participated
in football, basketball, and track. Chorus
work claimed the attention of many of us,
and we participated in the boysi, girls, and
mixed choruses. There were quite a number
of us who were given the opportunity to take
part in presenting the Easter Cantata, "The
Crueifixionf' The Sophomore-Junior play,
njunior-Miss," was quite a success, promising
dramatic ability for our future years in
E. H. S. XVith the aid of the Juniors we
honored the Seniors with a Sophomore-
,lunior Prom. This was one of the closing
events of our successful year as Sophomores.
As Juniors, we now set about up-setting
the underclassmcn's great hopes and desires.
Many of ou1' boys now participated in sports
as second year men, and we had a very
successful athletic year. The Sophomore-
Junior play was presented with all of the
large cast endeavoring to make the Junior
presentation of nExeursion," better than
that of the Sophomores. Many of us also
participated in the operetta, "The Merry
Widow." We brought our second year to a
close by bidding the current Seniors farewell
with a Sophomore-Junior Prom.
By the fall of '45, we were not so much
interested in crushing the hopes of the
underclassmen, as we were in making our
last year at E. H. S. a profitable one.
At intervals lnany of the members of our
class have left us to serve in the various
branches of the Armed Forces. A number of
our class served on the Orange and Black
Staff, in the band, on the drill team, and
also on our cheerleading squad. Our class
play, 'GTish," was immensely enjoyed by all
The Juniors and Sophomores honored us
by sponsoring a formal Spring Dance.
Among the last events of our school life was
our Baccalaureate Service and our Campus
Day program which added a beautiful pic-
ture for us to remember always. Our
Graduation left us with a feeling of in-
security and a sense of fear, none of us
knowing what was before us, but with the
hope that the training we received here
would enable us to meet any of life,s
Senior Clem fficerf
ELWOOD HAROLD LEISTER
For three long years Ellie worked hard, as President of our class.
His qualities of leadership are hard to surpass.
Camera Club lg Study Club 23 Lettermen's Club 33 Home Room President
1, Secretary 2g Class President 1, 2, 33 Sophomore Playg Junior Play3
Operetta 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Boys' Quartet 1, 2, 33
Junior Varsity Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 3g Intramural Basketball
1, 2, 3g Hi-Y 1, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Hi-Y Soph Award3 Min. Assoc. Award.
CHARLES IlENRY SOUREER
Skip is a fellow admired by all. He isn't short, he isn't tall.
Always laughing, always gay, he becomes more lovable every day.
Study Club 13 Chess Club President 23 Chemistry Club Vice President 33
Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 33 Home Room Secretary 2, Vice President 33 Class
Treasurer 1, Vice President 3g Nornir Staff Photographic Editor3 Sopho-
more Play3 Senior Play3 Operetta 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus
1, 2. 3g Special Marching Chorus 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Basketball
Manager 1, 2. 33 Boys' Bowling 1, 3.
PHYLLIS MAXINE BLETTNER
President of the Girl Reserves, Secretary of our class.
Jolly, pretty, kind, and sweet, is this popular dark-haired lass.
Dancing Club lg Home Nursing Club 23 Glee Club 33 Girl Reserves 13
'Treasurer 2, President 33 Student Council Vice President 2g Home Room
Secretary 33 Class Secretary 33 Nornir Staff, Senior Editor3 Orange and Black
2, 33 Spring Concert lg Operetta 23 Girls' Chorus l, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33
Special Marching Chorus 33 Girls' Trio 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 2.
SHIRLEY NIAE GOBRECHT
Shirley's our class lturbi. She plays with grace and ease,
And any song she plays, proves her mastery of the keys.
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Athletic 23 Chemistry Secretary 3g Home Room
Secretary 2, 33 Class Treasurer 33 Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 Spring Concert
13 Operetta 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 13
Girls' Bowling 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
FLOYD ALLEN ALBAN
A clever, witty, mite is he, brimming with fun and jollity.
Nice and friendly, kind and true, the type of pal that sticks by you.
F. C. A. 1, 3g Boys' Cooking Club, 23 Junior Play.
NANCY AMER ALBRIGHT
A quiet sort of girl is Nan, bllt pleasant to be near.
To be a nurse is her desire, may success for her appear.
Dramatics Club 1, 2, Secretary 33 Junior Playg Senior Playg Girls Chorus
1, 23 Girls' Bowling 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
HELEN JANE ALLEWELT
As a gracious student of E. H. S., Helen has been an outstanding success.
Always smiles and lends a handg to those in need. she understands.
Dranlativ Club 13 Girls' Athletic 23 Spanish 3g Girl Reserves, Vice Presi-
dent 1, 2, 3g Home Room President 1, 23 Nornir Staff, Photographic Editor3
Sophomore Playg Operetta 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 33
Girls' Bowling 1, 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3g Ministerial Association Award.
MARY JOSEPHINE ANDERSON
Always happy and gay, always kind and polite,
Always thoughtful of others, always sure to do right.
Girls' Athletic Club 2g Study 3g Girl Reserves 13 Girls' Sports 2.
JOANNE MARILYN ANTHONY
This brown-eyed Senior is rather tall, and is often heard giggling in the hall.
Her very high-wrought brain, helps her make A's without much pain.
Dramatirs lg Study 23 Press 33 Girl Reserves 1. 2g Home Room Treasurer
13 Nornir Staff Business Manager3 Orange and Black 1, 2, 3g Girls' Chorus
13 Mixed Chorus 13 Girls' Bowling 1, 2g Girls' Sports 1. 2.
KENNETH EUGENE BAILEY
Let life take him where it will,
He'll always be on top.
We all wish that this young latl's
Good luck will never stop.
Boys' Athletic lg Hobby 2g Future Craftsmen Club 3.
IRENE GRACE BAIR
Quiet and pleasant
ls our lreneg
She's a very good student
As you have seen.
Needlework Club lg Study Club 2, 35 Girls' Sports 2.
LENA MAE BAKER
Attractive, fair, and wise is she,
A singer of a high degree.
She's always smiling, full of pep,
A dancer who can keep in step!
Dancing Club Vice President lg Girls Athletic Club 2:
Study Club 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 33 Nornir Staff
Senior Editor, Student Council l, President 33 Sopho-
more Playg Junior Playg Spring Concert lg Operetta
2, 33 Girls' Chorus l, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Special
Marching Chorus 3g Girls' Trio l,, 2, 35 Girls' Bowling
1, 25 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
CALVIN FREDERICK BANGE
This short, jovial guy,
Always has a twinkle in his eye.
He finds shorthand quite a trial,
But he never fails to smile.
Camera Club 1, 2, Chess Club 3g Intramural Basket-
ball l, 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3.
KENNETH LUTHER BAUBLITZ
Football, basketball, and other things too,
In every sport Ken comes through.
He has broken the heart of many a tub,
But he has eyes for only "Chub".
Dancing Club President lr, Lettermen's Club 2, Treas-
urer 3g Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Home Room Vice President 2,
President 33 Boys' Chorus 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Varsity Football l, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 33
Boys' Bowling lg Track l.
KENNETH LERoY BAUGHER
The stream of his wit
Runs very deep
But always a solemn
Face he doth keep.
F. C. A. 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM H. BAUGHER
He is kind and he is jolly,
Yet quiet you see.
It's hard to describe
A boy such as he.
Athletic Club 15 F. C. A. 2, 3.
JOYCE EILEEN BECHTEL
Small, blonde, and cute,
Witli a gay personality to bootg
She's all out for the Navy,
And sailor, can she cook! Good Gravy!
Needlework Club 15 Study Club 2, 3.
PHYLLIS ROMAINE B1-:cl-ITEL
Who is this girl with hair of brown,
Who is never known to wear a frown?
She's a pal and a gal who is really worthwhilei
ltis our "Dolly" with her happy smile.
Dancing Club 15 Study Club 25 Glee Club 35 Junior
Playg Girls' Bowling 15 Girls, Sports 1.
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CHARLES LAWRENCE BENFORD
A bit of laughter, a bit of fun,
A ready kindness for everyone.
He is witty and you'll never find
Him dull or boringly inclined.
Dancing Club 15 Chess Club 25 Modern Alchemists'
Club 35 Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Operetta 2, 35 Boys' Chorus
1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Special Marching Chorus
35 Boys' Quartet 1, 25 Junior Varsity Football 15
Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 35
Boys, Bowling 1.
Romzm' ORVILLE BERWAGER
One of the few it has been said,
One who always uses his head
F or more than a hat rack it is true,
On any subject that's bothering you.
Boys' Cooking Club 15 Secretary of Hobby Club 25
Press and Study Club 35 Nornir Staff Business Man-
ager5 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Sophomore Playg
Junior Playg Operetta 35 Mixed Chorus 3.
JEANNE LoU1sE BLETTNER
Here's one girl whois lots of fun,
Even when thereis work to be done.
Sheis one of the "stars', of the Commercial class,
And a very talented, attractive lass.
Dancing Club 15 Home Nursing Club President 25
Glee Club 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Home Room
Secretary 1, 2, President 35 Nornir Staff Head Typist5
Spring Convert 15 Operetta 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25
Mixed Chorus 35 Girls, Sports 1, 2, 3.
Lois NIAXINE BOLIN
Red. they say. foretells danger. but no one need beware.
For Max is very. very, tarne. even though she has red hair.
Dum-ing Club lg Girls' Shop 25 Study 33 Orange and Blau-lx Typist 3.
JEAN lui.-KRIE BOLLINGER
Jean's afraid of committing the crime of doing the wrong thing at the wrong
She's a studious lass with much to say. and that she does in a speedy way.
Dranmtir Club l. 2. 3: Senior Playg Girls' Bowling 2, 3g Girls' Sports 1. 2. 3.
Josm-HINE IRENE Bousum
"Jo" Home Economics
A joy to he with. a joy to know. Always smiling wherever she goes.
Always gay. never forelora. never a person does she scorn.
Danwing Club 15 Girls' Shop 23 Study Club 33 High School Band 1. 2. 35
BETTY JANE BowERsox
This lltlFk-l'0llIIIl0.l'i01lPll Senior is very hind and sweet.
ller lilfable personality is very hard to beat.
Dum-ing Club lg Study Club 2g Glee Clubg Girl Reserves 1. 2g Girls'
Bowling 1. 2. 33 Girls' Sports l.
,Inn-is WILLIAM BOWYERSOX
This short jovial. poppy lad has lzlrwlf hair and eyes of blue'
ln portraying r'hartu'ters this artor always routes through.
Ili-Y 33 .lunior Phlyg Senior lllalyg QWUCFCIIZI 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2. 33
Speriall Mau'1'hing Chorus 33 Boys' Bowling 33 Intramural liaxskellmll 1. 2, 3
JEAN VIC1'0llIA BRADY
,lean is new to us this year, and we must
Admit, she's all right in her ejorts mul her might.
study Club 3.
GEORGE JUNIOR BRAUN
Silence is golden, oft, ,tis said, it proves a pensive and thoughtful heall.
So here's to one who believes in sayings. May he succeed in fortune's
F. C. A. Club 1. 2. 3.
MARY MARGARET BRILHART
This attractive Amazon is rather shy, but lots of fun.
In tests she never gets a check, as she's an eyicient Sec.
Spanish Club lg Girls, Wood Shop 23 Study Club 39 Girls' Bowling 2.
THOMAS EUGENE BROWN
A quiet sort Of fellow is he whose face you see,
A happy-go-lucky gentlemen, I'm sure y0ll,ll all agree.
F. C. A. Club 1, 2, Study Club 35 Sophomore Playg Junior Playg Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 3.
JOANNE NIAY BURG
Light-hearted, joyous, always gay, cheerful and happy all the clay.
Always energetic and okay is our Jo in every way.
Dancing Club lg Girls' Athletic 2, 3g Girl Reserves l, 2, 3g Home Room Vice
President 1, Secretary-Treasurer 3g Class Secretary 25 Nornir Stall, Sports
Editorg ,lunior Playg Senior Playg Operetta 2, 33 Girls' Chorus l, 25 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
ll'liARVlN ROBERT CALER
Marvin, a jolly, fun-loving lad
Who dances, divinely! Oh Gee!
lle's positively never KH bod,
A model student you'll agree.
Dum-ing Club 13 Biology 23 F. C. A. 35 Junior Plnyg
Boys' Bowling 33 Track 13 Intramural Balsketbull
1, 2, 3.
JEANNE BIARGUERITE CLAPSADDLE
Jeanne is stutlious, quiet and wise.
lfut that's just part of her school disguise.
She's a friend tlmt's true blue,
With tl smile for me, and a smile for you.
Dancing Club lg Home Nursing. Yicc President 2g
Glce Club 3: Girls, Bowling 2.
SHIRLEY AIAE CLAPSADDLE
This l'lll?l?l'fltI little luss,
Who measures five feet Iwo,
llns light brown hnir
And twinkling eyes of blue.
Typing Club lg Girls' Shop and Study Club 23
DoLoRi:s CATHERINE COLESTOCK
This fair blond Senior
ls very lovely 'tis Irueg
Her outstanding assets
Are her "limpi1l pools" of blue.
Dzmving Club lg Girls' Shop Club President 23 Study
Club 3g Home Room Treasurer lg Girls' Bowling 2g
Girls, Sports 1.
NIARJORIE ANN COLl'IS'l'0CK
A very nice girl
Wvith, blttvlr Curly lurirg
lVltere ever she stnrtsi for.
lVe lfnow slzeill get there.
Typing Club lg Study Club 2g Drauunlirs Club 33
Girls' Chorus 2.
DoRoTHY Louise Clmwifonn
As It splendid typist. we predict for her
To be SOIIIEIJUIIQJS stenographer.
There is one thing "Dot" likes to be best.
And that is in talking to out-do the rest.
Dann-ing Club lg Shop Club, Secretary 2g Study Club 3.
ROBERT DALE CRAVVFORD
Although Bob is rather shy,
He really is a "swell" guy.
He goes out for sports in a big way,
And is always light-hearted and gay.
Athletic Club 1, 33 Boys' Cooking Club 23 Track 23
Doms ARLIENE CROUSE
Brown wavy hair! Eyes of blue!
Sunny with gay personality toof
This is our "Dorrze"3 you must agree
To everyone's heart, she has the key.
Dramatics 1, 23 Typing Club 33 Girl Reserves 33
Home Room, Vice President 13 Operetta 23 Girls'
Chorus 23 Girls' Bowling 23 Girls' Sports 2.
Crazy as they make them,
Funny as they come.
Furnislws life for the crowd,
When !hey're looking for fun.
Biology Club President, 13 Alchemist Club 23 Study
Club 33 Junior Playg Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed
Chorus 1. 2g High School Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 13
Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 33
Track ill Baseball 2.
BETTY JEANNE DIETZ
"Dietzie" Home Economics
Another Betty in our midst,
But she's really quite different, we do insist.
She's pleasant, pretty, and swell to be around.
She's sure to go far, you can mark that down.
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 23 Study Club
33 Girl Reserves 2, 33 Spring Concert 13 Operetta 33
Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 33 High School
Band 1,'2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2.
ROGER JosEPH DILLER
"Roig" is ambitious,
That we cannot doubtg
,lust watch him hurry by in shop,
And you will soon find out.
Boys' Athletic Club 13 Hobby Club Secretary 23
F. C. A. Club 33 Wrestling 2, 33 Intramural Basket.
ELLIS LESTER DIVINEY
This tall, blue-eyed Irish lad
ls one of the best athletes our school ever had.
One of the nicest fellows at Senior High
ls this modest, sincere guy.
Boys' Athletic Club lg Boys' Cooking Club 23 Letter-
n1en's Club 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Athletic Representative 33
Varsity Football 1. 2, 3g Track 2, 33 Baseball 33 Junior
Varsity Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2, 3.
x 'aa X - ' rf
DEAN NEv1N DUBBS
"lVeu's" the glamour boy of our class. His ability in sports is hard to surpass.
A jitterbug with loads of pep, a lovable lad, who's really hep!
Dancing Club, Secretary lg Lettermen's Club 2, Secretary 3, Hi-Y 2,
Secretary 3, Home Room Secretary 1, President 23 Spring Concert 15
Operelta 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Boys' Quartet l, 2g
High School Band 2, 35 Boys' Bowling 1g Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, Junior
Varsity Basketball lg Varsity Basketball 2, 3.
BETTY LOUISE DUCK
This famous "sax player" of our band is lovable, kind, and sweet.
She,s always happy, full of pep, with many talents, hard to beat.
Dancing Club 13 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 33 Operetta 33 High
School Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
ELIZABETH MARIE ELINE
Lovely, tricky, kind and sweet, with brown hair of waves complete.
Always smiling! She's really neat! We all think she's quite "all-reet"l
Study Club 15 Press Club 2g Chemistry Club 3, Orange and Black 2, 3,
Girls' Bowling 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3.
Lois PI-IYLLIS ESALEY
If you need a bit of laughter, call to "Mary", and she'll come after
And make you laugh instead of frown, for she's a darling little "clown."
Dancing Club 1: Girls' Athletic Club 23 Girls' Manager Club 3g Girl
Reserves l, 2. 3, Sophomore Playg .lunior Play, Senior Play, Operetta 2,
3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 23 Girls'
Sports 1. 2. 3.
Doms CATHERINE FEESER
She's kind and sweet. this true senior so fair.
She's clever and neat. with many talents rare.
Spanish Club 1: Needlecraft Club President 2g Study Club 3.
NORMAN HowARD FUHRMAN
Norman is one of our vocational studes, No, he's not a man of moods.
The models of things which he often makes, you may rest assured are
Chemistry Club 13 Hobby Club 23 Boys' Cooking Club 3.
VIRGINIA MARIE FUHRNIAN
This girl of true worth always seems to be
Filled with joyous mirth, and bubbling over with glee.
Dancing Club lg Needlework Club 2g Glee Club 3.
This very athletic lassie never has a care.
"Sal,' tackles every problem with a happy-go-lucky air.
Girls, Athletic Club l, 2, President 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, Secretary 33 Student
Council 1, 2g Orange and Black 33 Spring Concert lg Operetta 2, 3g High
School Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra lg Girls' Bowling 1, 23 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
RICHARD LEWIS GEIMAN
Dickls a good friend, a swell sort of guy,
It's a pretty well known fact. He'll reach all his goals, by and by.
Boys' Athletic 1, 33 F. C. A. 2.
HARRIET'F JEAN GEISELRIAN
"Shorty" Home Economic
Here is a student who is not phlegmatic, she does her work in a way
Someday she'll ride in a golden chariot. That much weill prophesy for our
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Shop 2g Glee Club 3g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
EMMA MAE GEORGE 3
"Mage" Home Economic
An extremely quiet miss,
Never troubling anyone.
Very studious and neat,
Always has her lessons done.
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Athletic 23 Glee 3.
HOIWER LEWIS GISE, JR.
Homer's the character of our class.
In everything, he'll always pass.
He's bright and witty and full of vim.
Everyone gets along with him.
Boys' Athletic 1, 23 Bridge 23 Junior Varsity Football
13 Track 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Junior
Varsity Basketball lg Baseball 2, 3.
GUY FAIR GOODFELLOW
"Goody" 4 Academic
ln photography, this lad shows great skill.
His sport write-ups never stood still.
Countless are the many friends he wins
With his frequent, friendly grins.
Biology Club, Vice President 13 Press Club 2, Vice
President 33 Hi-Y 33 Nornir Staff, Sports Editor3
Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 Junior Varsity Football 13
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3.
JEAN MARIE GREENHOLT
"Honey" is always full of fun,
With lively feet, that "dance" and run.
A witty mind, a reckless way,
Gets into mischief most every day.
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 33 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Girls' Bowling lg
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
BURNELL ROBERT GULDEN
This modern young man of our day
Will be a very great man some day.
As a student, he turned out to be
One of a pretty high degree.
Boys' Cooking Club lg Chess Club 2g Bridge Club 33
Spring Concert lg High School Band 1, 2, 3.
RAY AUGUSTUS HAMME
The dark eyes of this lad
Twinkle with rascality.
His interesting conversations
Give him his personality.
Boys' Athletic Club 13 Chemistry Club 2, 33 Intra-
mural Basketball 33 Football Manager 1, 2, 3.
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RICHARD STANLEY IIARNER JOYCE ELAINE HEEFNER
He's tall. tan, terrificg
He's different, amusing, specih'c.
Many favorite pastimes he cloth enjoy,
And we all think he's quite a boy.
Chemistry Club 1, 3, Secretary 2g Home Room
Secretary 25 Trzlrk 2, 3.
GEORGE IVEWMAN HAR'l'LAUB
This poppy lall lfnown as 'Troggieu
Loves to play basketball, 'tis true.
You can always reroguize this lall
Hy his misvhievous eyes of blue.
Study Club l, 25 Bridge Clllb 3g IIlll'1lIllUl'lll Basket-
bllll 2 'I
BIILDRED GLORIA I-IEAGY
l'm sure that yotfll never hntl
A sail depressive frown
Un the fare of this girl
With laughing eyes of brown.
Typing Clllb lg Girls' Athlcltit-
33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2g Girls'
Sports l., 2.
Club 23, Library Club
"Sparkie," a fair-romplexionecl miss,
Finds talking an endless bliss.
She is never quiet or sitting still,
lf so urelzl think that she was ill.
Dum-ing Club lg Girls' Athletic 1, 23 Girl Reserves
1. 2, 3g Home Room, Vice President 3g Nornir Staff,
Circulation Munugerg Student Council lg Junior Pluyg
Operettu 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Girls' Bowling 1, 2g Girls' Sports 1. 2, 3.
CHARLES A BRA IIA M HERSI'IEY
K'WistlonI is given to men of few worrlsf'
And a man of few words is he.
Thafs why in tests he never gets
Lower than A, B, or C.
F. C. A. Secretary-Treasurer 1, Vice President 2.
Lois b'lARIE 1'lERSIlEY
llfhen you see the fellows stop and stare
At a cute little lass with brozrn hair.
You'll stop. and look. and recognize
Her by her magnetizing eyes.
Study Club l. 2. 3.
DARRELL EUGENE HOFFHEINS
ln our high school band, he plays a clarinetg
His mastery of this horn, we never shall forget.
F. C. A. Club 1, 2, 33 High School Band 1, 2, 3.
VIOLET MAY HOKE
Attractive, willing, lrind, and sweet, with a talent for art that's hard to beat.
Making the trouble of life worth-while, is this little miss with her happy smile.
Dancing Club lg Typing Club 2g Biology Club President 33 Home Room
Vice President 23 Girl Reserves 33 Nornir Staff Art Editorg Orange and
Black 33 Spring Concert 13 Orchestra 13 Girls' Sports 3.
GLADYS MAE HOOVER
A maiden calm and serene, never heard and seldom seen.
One of the best-dressed girls of our class, is this lovely, well-built lass.
Study Club l, 2, 33 Home Room, Treasurer 3.
ARMIN HENRY Il0STETTER
A blue eyed bruiser, with a heart of gold. Is it that you must be told
Of his tactics on the field, when the enemy was forced to yield?
Boys' Athletic 13 Lettermen's Club 2, 3g Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Junior
Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 3g Boys' Bowling lg Track 1, 2.
HELEN LOUISE HUFF
Her laughing eyes and smiling fare,
All tears and sorrow will erase.
Dancing Club lg Chess 2g Glce 3g Girl Reserves 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3.
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FAY LUCILLE HUGGENS
Who was "Tish" in our Senior play? Who is always happy and gay?
Who does her work well, in every way? Three guesses! Right! lfs our Fay.
Dramatic Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g Home
Room Vice President lg Nornir Staff, Associate Editor3 Student Council 2,
3g Orange and Black 33 The Sophomore Playg The Junior Playg The Senior
Playg Operetta 2, 3g Girls, Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Girls' Bowling
1, 2. Vice President 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
DOLORES GERALDINE JACOBY
She's dynamic, full of fun. This chick gets a lot tlone.
lVith Ken she can often be seen, in a "chevy,' of bright green.
Dramatic Club 13 Press Club, Secretary 2, President 33 Girl Reserves 1,
President 2g Home Room Secretary-'Treasurer 1. President 23 Class Secre-
tary 13 Orange and Black, Reporter 1, Associate Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 33
Operetta 23 Girls, Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3g
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3g Spring Concert 13 Fall Concert 3.
ROBERT WALTER JAMES
.less is a noisy little boy. lt seems he does nothing but tease and annoy.
His remarks, it has been said, are the wittiest to come from any head.
Boys' Athletic Club 13 Study Club 23 Lettermen's Club 33 Hi-Y Club 33
Boys' Bowling 33 Junior Playg Operetla 33 Junior Varsity Football 1, 2g
Varsity Football 3g Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3.
HELEN REBECCA KEEFER
Helen is quiet, but pleasant to all. She never murmurs in study hall.
A typewriter seems Io lure her most. Of other talents she can also boast.
Typing Club 13 Study Club 2, 3.
VIRGINIA FLORENCE KESSLER
Smiles, giggles, laughs, chuckles-
Always pleasant is she.
Her report card, 'tis said,
Never shows much less than a HB."
Press Club lg Home Nursing Club 23 Study Club 3g
Orange and Black lg Girls' Chorus 1.
KATHLEEN ESTELLA KISER
This tall, bron'n-haired Senior
ls nice and very kind.
A more industrious artist,
1'm sure you'll never find.
Typing Club 13 Chess Club 23 Girls' Athletic Club 33
Nornir Stall' Art Editorg Girls' Bowling 2g Girls'
MARION CLAIRE KLUNK
This short brown-haired lassie
Is cute and loads of fun.
Min's warm genial smile
Accounts for the friends she won.
Study Club 1, 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3g Girls'
Sports 2, 3. '
PAULINE MARlON KOPI'
"Sis" Home Economics
Clear anrl loud in voice and tone,
Pauline's a human meguphone.
When she cheers for the Orange and Black
Nothing can hold her back.
Girls' Athletic Club 13 Girls' Shop Club 23 Study Club
33 Cheer Lender 1, 2, 3g Junior Play.
MADGE NIARIE LAUGERMAN
ultlidgen Home Economics
Madge adds weight to our class,
Anil is a happy-go-lucky lass.
At sports she's very elgicient and strong.
She bravely goes through life with a song.
Glce Club 1, 33 Girls' Athletic Club 2g Girl Reserves
23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
M. DEAN LEESE
This tall. heavy Senior
Reully loves to eat,
But when it comes to drawing
He's got Petty beat.
Boys' Cooking Club 13 Typing Club 2g Study Club 33
ROBERTA ANNETTE LEASE
Her jet black hair
To shame might bring,
The plummage of
A ruveu's wing.
Dancing Club I3 Girls' Shop 2g Study Club 3.
MARY LOUISE LITTLE
'6Mary Louv Home Economics
The drum majorette of our class,
ls a very talented lass.
She plays the acvordion and warbles, too.
There isn't anything she can't do.
Dana-ing Club lg Hobby Club 23 Study Club 33 Girls'
Chorus 13 High School Band 3.
A. WILLIAM MCCLEAF
Bill is quite a Sportsman,
And I venture to foretell,
The skill he showed in wrestling
Will serve him very well.
Lettermen's Club 1, 2, President 33 Hi-Y 2, 3g Home
Room President 33 Junior Varsity Football 2g Varsity
Football 33 WI'estling 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball
1. 2, 33 Boys' Bowling 1, 33 Track 1, 2, 3.
BEVERLY J OANN MARKLE
With eyes so blue and heart so true,
That none can quite compare
To this studinus lassie,
ll"ho,s tall and rather fair.
Dani-ing ClIIb 13 Study Club 23 Biology Club 3g
Orange and Blat-k 3.
MERLE LEVERE MARKLE
"Shorty" is such a little boy,
But, much of him is known.
He is a little "angel" who never annoys
People, whence he roams.
Athletic- Club 13 Chess Club 23 Lettermen's Club 33
Student Council 13 Wrestling 23 Intramural Basketball
2g Baseball 2.
RAYMOND EDVVARD MARKLE
Ray is studious, has little to say.
He'll be a very great man some day.
As a wrestler he's turned out to be
One of a very high degree.
F. C. A. Club 1, 2g Lettermen's Club 33 Nornir Staff
Senior Editor3 Boys, Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2g
Junior Varsity Football 13 Varsity Football 2, 33
Wrestling 2, 33 Track 2, 3.
NED ALLEN MASENIIEIMER
To be a great doctor
Is the ambition of this wavy-haired lad. D
If sure to be doctored by him
Wottld make the heart of any lass glad.
Dramatics Club 13 Chess Club 23 Typing Club 33
Home Room Vice President 1, President 2g Sopho-
more Playq .lunior Play3 Senior Playg Spring Convert
lg Operetta 2, 3g Boys, Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 33 Boys' Quartet 1, 2. 33 High School Band 1, 2, 33
Junior Varsity Football 1, 23 Intramural Basketball
1, 2, 33 Track 2, 3.
JOYCE YVONNE MEISENHELDER
Of stars she reminds us, all glittering and bright.
Her manner's delightful. To us, she's all right.
Dancing Club 13 Study Club 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 3.
WILLIAM HERBERT MESSINGER
He isn't too tall, and he isn't too fat, and yet, we may say, he's a man for
He's jolly. good nalured. full of fun. If you want a friend, here is one.
Boys' Cooking Club 1, 33 Hobby Club 25 Sophomore Playg Intramural
Basketball 2. 3.
SUE EIJZARETII MICHAEL
A real sweet girl if you should ask. Ready to help with any task.
Never seems tired of doing her best. May success lie at the end of her quest.
Typing Club lg Chess Club Secretary 23 Dramatics Club Vice President 3:
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g Student Council 2, Secretary 33 Home Room Secretary
lg Junior Playg Operetta 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3g
Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports 1, 2. 3.
BERNADINE LOUISE NIILLER
66 ' 91 .
A silent tongue, a wise head, has this genial lass.
She's one of the best "stenogs" in the commercial class.
Dancing Cluli 1g Home Nursing Secretary 23 Glee Club 33 Girls' Bowling 2.
HAROLD RAYMOND MILLER
This small. blue-eyed boy is known as "Shorty" lo all.
lle finds exceeding joy in playing basketball.
Boys' Cooking Club 1. 3g Biology Club 2g Intranlural Basketball l, 2, 3.
MARGARET IDELLA MILLER
"Marg" Home Economics
I,1ll sure that you will never meet
A girl who's kinder or more sweet.
Dancing Club 13 Study Club 2g Typing Club 3.
ELIZABETH ANN MOUL
"Betty Ann" Academic
Very pretty, not too tall. Sweet and witty, liked by all.
She has always been right in the spirit of things, and is waiting to see what
the future brings.
Typing Club 15 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 3g Girl Reserves 2, Treasurer 33 Home
Room Secretary 2g Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3g
Girls' Sports 1. 2, 3.
ROBERT GEMMILL MOUL
We wonder how this fellow with laughing eyes of blue,
Carried in such a small head, everything he knew?
Future Craftsmen of America 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3.
ROGER NELSON MOUL
We never see much of Roger, but he is a friend
Who will stick by his classmates to the every end.
Study Club 1, 25 Boys' Cooking Club 3.
ANNA MAE MURIMERT
This tall and husky lassie likes sports, one and all,
But she exceeds in the game known as basketball.
Dancing Club 13 Home Nursing Club 23 Machine Shop Club 3g Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Bowling 1, 2.
35 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
STEWART LE ROY lVlUMMERT
This tall, friendly Senior
Loves to ride in his car,
Even though it never wants
To take him very far.
In C. A. Club 1, 2, 3.
lWARIA ANN NIYERS
This cheerful blue-eyed lussie
ls tall and rather fair.
Green, her favorite color,
Blends well with her hair.
Biology Club lg Commercial Club 2g Typing Club 33
Spring Conrertg Operelta 23 Girls, Chorus 1, 23 Mired
Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 2, 35 Girls' Sports l,
NIARY ELIZABETH MYERS
This cute commercial student 1
Has twinkling eyes of blue,
Anal nowhere can you final
A friend quite so true.
Clee Club lg Home Nursing Club 23 Study Club 3g
Girl Reserves l.
MELVIN AARON NACE, JR.
Little studying did he do,
But he always managed to get through.
A very nice part was he
Of the good section known as 12-V.
F. C. A. 1, 2g Typing Club 3g Intramural Basketball 3.
DONALD J. NEIDERER
A handsome youth,
A wise one, too.
A man of deeds,
A friend llIlll,S true.
Slutly 1, 23 Chess Club, President 33 Intramural
Basketlmll 2. 3.
EARL FRANCIS NEIDERER
His smile won him much success
lffhile attending E. H. S.
His gracious manners are hard to surpassg
Ask that certain blue-eyed lass.
Typing Club 13 Slucly Club 23 Boys' Cooking 35
Home Room Vive President 2, President 3g Boys'
DOLORES lllARIE NOEL
"Noel's" super atomic brain
Helped her win success
In every task she undertook
At good old E. H. S.
Spanish Club 1, 33 Home Nursing Club 2g Home
Room Treasurer 23 Girls' Bowling 23 Girls' Sports 2.
THOMAS NEWMAN OQNEILL, JR.
This Irish lad is not very tall,
And he intemls to practice law.
He is truly thc genius of our classg
For many of his tasks were hard to surpass.
Dramatics Club l3 Chess Club 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33
Home Room Vice President 13 Nornir Staff, Editor-in-
Chief3 Student Council lg Orange and Black l, 2g
Sophomore Playg Junior-Play3 Senior Play3 Operetta
2, 3g Boys' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Special
Marching Chorus 3g Intramural Basketball 33 Boys'
Bowling 1, 33 D. A. R. American History Award.
JOHN STALEY ORENDORFF.
"Long John" Academic
Tall, lanky, full of fun,
Never has his lessons doneg
Jolly, funny, and friendly too.
"Johnny," here's the best to you.
Boys' Athletic Club lg Study Club 23 Lettermen's
Club 3g Operetta 3g Mixed Chorus 33 .lunior Varsity
Football l, 23 Varsity Football 33 Intramural Basket-
ball 33 Boys' Bowling 3.
ROBERT FRANTZ ORNDORFF
His hair is such a lovely shade
That it's envied by many a maid.
Bolfs the romantic lad
Who makes all the females "mad".
Dancing Club 13 Chemistry Club 2g Boys' Cooking
Club 33 Boys' Bowling 33 Intramural Basketball 2.
PATRICIA LOUISE ORRIS
Very polite and neatly dressed,
Usually smiling it must be confessed.
Fond of art, music, and plays.
"Pat" excels in many ways.
Dramatics l, 2, President 33 Home Room Secretary 13
Nornir Staff, Art Editor3 Junior Play3 Senior Play3
Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Girls' Bowling lg Girls' Sports 1.
KATHLEEN MARIE RABENSTINE
This dark-haired lassie
Won't have to plan her life,
Because she's decided
To become a housewife.
Dramatic Club 13 Girls' Shop 23 Typing Club 3g
Operetta 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2g
Girls' Trio 1, 2, 33 Girls' Bowling 2, 33 Girls' Sports
1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM CHARLES RAU
He's a lriml and quiet boy, hasn.'t math to say.
And I am sure you will agree it is nice to be that way.
Boys' Cooking Club lg Commercial Club 2g Study Club 3.
ROBERT EUGENE RECK
This short, blue-eyed lad is liked by everyone,
Berause he is so cute and so "darn nzurlfl fun.
Study Club lg Chess Club 25 Bridge Club 3.
JoHN EDWARD REED
This likeable, blue-eyed Senior can really blow that horn.
He's been his mother's pride and joy since the day that he was born.
Future Craftsmen of America Club 1, 2, 33 The Junior Plnyg High School
Band 3g Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
4'Gene', General Course
Tall, shy, and handsome too, Eugene is bound to have sucress.
For him, happiness will be due to his ability and earnestness.
Boys' Cooking Club lg Hobby Club 25 Boys' Athletic Club 3.
JUSTINE MAE RFIIFSNIDER
This blue eyed Iassie's voice was always soft and low.
We know that "Jus" will win success wherever she may go.
Dancing Club l Study 2g Glee 3g Girl Reserves 1. 2, 33 Junior Playg
Operettn 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus lg Girls' Bowling 1, 2g
Girls' Sports 1.
Th irty-fi ve
GLADYS LOUISE REITZEL
nStuf, Home Economics
This lovely rlark-haired chiclfs hair has a lustrous sheen.
She possesses one blue eye, and the other one is green.
Dancing Club 13 Girl's Shop 23 Typing 33 Girls' Sports 1.
DONALD CLARENCE RIDER
"Sas" is stullious, aml we all say he'll he a great success some clay.
He's bright and witty and full of vim. Everyone gets along with him.
Dancing Club 13 Chess Club 23 Lettern1en's 33 Hi-Y 3g Sophomore Playg
.funior Playg Boys, Bowling 33 .lunior Varsity Football 13 Varsity Football
2, 3. lntralnural Basketball 1, 2, 3.
ANNETTE GLORIA Russo
"Chick" Home Economies
Our energetic "Chick" is always bright and gay.
And in every sport she always saves the day.
Dancing Club lg Sewing Club 2g Girls' Athletic Club 33 Home Room
President 1, 2g The Junior Playg Girls, Chorus I, 2g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3g
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
KATHLEEN LUCY SAUR
G'Sis', Home Economics
A bright, vivacious Senior, full of mirth.
We all wish for her the very best on earth.
Glee Club 13 Girls' Shop Club 23 Typing Club 3g Home Room Treasurer 23
Girls, Chorus 13 Track 13 Girls' Bowling 2. 33 Girls' Sports 1. 2. 3.
DAYYN EVICLYN SIIAEFFER
A lively, blue-eyecl lass of the Commercial class.
Cute, jolly, full of fun, always present when mischief is clone.
Dramatics Club 1. 2, 33 Student Council Treasurer 33 Orange and Black 1.
2. 33 Cheer Leader 33 The Sophomore l'lay3 The Junior l'lay3 The Senior
Playg Girls, Bowling 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
RUTH ELIZABETH SHAFFER
One glance at our Ruth
lVill prove 'tis always true
That doing your very best
Will bring success to you.
Glee Club 13 Study Club 2. 3.
IRIS LOUISE SIIEELY
Quiet and shy,
But friendly. too.
She will always try
To be helpful to you.
Science Club 13 Press Cillll 2g Study and Press Study
33 Girl Reserves 2, 33 NorIIir Staff. News Editor:
Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 The Junior Play3 Girls'
Bowling 23 Girls' Sports 3.
EI.IzABIa1'II IRENE SHEFFEII
We'll always remember llelty as "Junior Miss,"
The part she pflrtrayerl so well.
But we'll never forget this lovely lass,
Simply because she's downright swell!
Dancing Club lg Press Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 1, 33
Vice President 23 Home Room President 1. Secretary-
Treasurer 3g Nornir Staff, Feature EditoI'3 Orange and
Black 1, 2, 33 The Sophomore Pl:Iy3 TlIe Junior Playg
The Senior Playg The Spring COIll'8l'iQ Operetta 2, 33
Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Special
Marching Chorus 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Sports' 1, 2, 3.
DOLORES JUNE SHILKE
This little blonde whom we call "Dolly,"
ls full of laughter anll always jolly.
She's true blue while waiting for
Her Merchant Marine lo pull into shore.
Dramatirs Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 23 Typing Club
3g Girl Reserves 2, 3g Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 The
Junior Play3 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 33
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
Noted for her quietness,
And wise and studious ways.
She is one we can count on
To bring in all the A's.
Library Club 2. Vive President 13 Typing Club 3.
AIITIIUR EDWARD SoUI.I,AIIm, Jn.
Art likes lo drive his ear.
Perhaps he has u reason.
He drives it near and sometimes far,
Through Clear and rainy season.
llridge Club 23 Boys' Cooking 33 Boys' llowling 33
1llll'1lllllll'1ll Basketball 2, 3.
MILLARD L. SIPLING
This tall, lanky lad
Is one of the best drummers E. H. S. ever had.
Krupa Junior is really all reet,
When it comes to playing a boogie beat.
Biology Club 13 Commercial Club 23 Boys' Athletic
Club 33 The Junior Playg The Spring Concertg High
School Band 1, 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33
Boys' Bowling 3g Baseball 2.
EUGENE MILLARD SMITH
"Smitty" ' Vocational
When it comes to leisure time,
Do you always use it best?
If your ideas aren't worth a dime,
Ask Eugene, his are always full of zest.
Future Craftsmen of America 1, 2, 33 Intramural
MARY JANE SMITH
Iane's one of our class' most alluring girls,
With her beautiful teeth as white as pearls.
Her smile is soooooo delicious,
And as a Sec. she's quite ambitious.
Dancing Club 13 Study Club 2, 33 Home Room Vice
President 33 Girls' Bowling 2.
ANN lvlARIE SPANGLER
Some girls like Van Johnson,
Others like Tom Drake,
But this dark-haired Senior
Has eyes for only lake!
Girls' Athletic Club 1, 23 Girls' Managers Club Vice
President 33. Girl Reserves 2, 3g Home Room Vice
President 23 Nornir Stalf Circulation Manager3 Orange
and Black 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports
1, 2, 3.
BETTY GLADYS SPANGLER
Vivacious is she,
Though rather small.
She reaches into
The hearts of all.
Dramatics Club 2, 33 Girl Reserves 2.
JAMES MERLE STAUF1-'ER
A lover of music, a lover of fun,
The wisest person under the sun.
A broad grin, a cheery smile,
.lim is sunny all the while.
Dance Band Club lg Chemistry Club 2, President 33
Hi-Y 2, 33 Home Room President 1, 23 Class Vice
President 23 The Sophomore Play3 The Junior Playg-
The Senior Playg The Spring Concert lg Operetta 2,
33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Boys' Quartet 33 High School'
Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra lg Intramural Basketball l,
2, 33 Boys' Bowling 3.
PAUL ALBER'1' STAUEEER, JR.
Studious, friendly, full of pep. A musician with a worthwhile rep.
Always ready to do his bit to make E. H. S. a great big hit.
Band and Orchestra Club 13 Chemistry Club 3. Vice President 23 Hi-Y 33
Hallie Room President 3g Student Council 2g The Spring Concert lg Mixed
Chorus 3g High School Band 1, 2, President 3g Orchestra lg Intramural
Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2, 3.
NANCY BITTINGER STERNER
Thi blue-eyed Senior always has a smile on her face.
Her genial manner would be very hard to replace.
Glee Club lg Study Club 2. 3g Operetta 23 Mixed Chorus 2.
SARA REBECCA STRINE
This tall, brown-haired lassie, is quiet and rather shy.
She never gets in trouble, and we don't wonder why.
Typing Club 13 Study 2, 3.
JEANNE CATHERINE STUFFLE
The friendship of this cute hrownette, is one which you won't regret.
We are sure that you all "luff" this cheerful lass whom we call "SIufI."
Dancing Club lg Girls' Athletic Club 2g Study Club 3g Girl Reserves 1. 3.
Treasurer 2g Home Room Treasurer 2g Nornir Staff, Typist3 Student
Council lg Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3. r
FRANCIS MARIE THOMAN
Good it is to gaze on her, so gracious, kind. and fair.
For the gifts and graces in her, all her praises do declare.
Glce Club lg Study Club 2, 3.
KENNETH EARL THOMAN
Ken is handsome, brave, and kind, and very nice, we all find.
His brown wavy hair, and eyes so true, make the girls stare, wouldn't you?
F. C. A. 1, 2, 3.
DORIS LOUISE THOMAS
This very industrious brown-eyed lass, is one of the "lovelies" of our class.
In winning friends, she has her own style, a friendly manner, and a sparkling
Dancing Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 23 Study Club 33 Girl Reserves 2, 3,
Vice President 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Girl's Bowling 13 Girls' Sports 1, 2. 33
Fall Concert 3.
PAUL R. TRISH
For one who likes to carry on, Paul just can't be beat.
His tactics may not lfllfy much, but it's fun just to repeat.
Cooking Club 1, 3g Biology Club 23 Junior Varsity Football 33 Varsity
Football 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Varsity Baseball 2, 33 Boys'
Bowling 33 Track 2.
MARY LOUISE TRoIANo
"Little Bruiser" Academic
If you want a package of dynamite, Mary fills the bill.
Her hilarious antics delight every .lack and Jill.
Girls' Athletic Club 1, 2, Secretary 3g Girl Reserves 1, 23 Girls' Bowling
1, 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3.
XVITIVIER KRUG TRONE
"Chair', is a humorous boy, never known to tease or annoyf?l
,lust ask a teacher, she will say that he grows better every day.
Dancing Club lg Chess Club 2g Boys' Cooking Club 3g Sophomore Playg
Junior Varsity Football lg Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3g Varsity Baseball
lg Boys' Bowling lg Track 1. 2.
JEANNE ELIZABETH WAGNER
Quiet and gentle the entire llay.
Nothing to fuss about, nothing to say,
Always happy, always guy.
Going along in her usual way.
Dzulving Club lg Girls, lvorkshop Club 23 Study Club
3g Girl Reserves 1. 2, Nornir Stull: Typist: Girls
Bowling 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2.
JEAN NIARIE NVARNER
She'll laugh the tray
To the Golden Gate,
Anil coax life's best
From the hanrls of fate.
Typing Club lg Home Nursing Club 2g Library Club
Vice President 35 Student Count-il 3g Girls' Bowling
BEA'rtucE EI.lZABE'1'H XVEAVER
This petite rheerful hululle of fun
Is very effirient when there's work to be clone.
At tulring rlietation, she's really smooth,
And as a typist she's right "in the groovef'
Girls' Athletic Club lg Study Club 2. 35 Girls' Sports 1.
ELEANOR ll'IAE NVEAVER
This pleasant Senior
Is very nice intleerl.
She is kirul to everyone,
Anil altrays a friend in neetl.
Study Club 1, 2. 3g Home Room Sci-retury-Trcnsurcr
33 Girls' Bowling 2. 3.
ll'l.-XYNAIRD LAVERNE WEIKI-:trr
Hlllyllite 3' Vocational
This blond "Casanova" with eyes of blue.
ls another gay fellow of our class, 'tis true.
The girls "just adore hiniv, they really :log
Look al his pieture, u'oul1ln't you?
Study Club lg Bridge Club 2g Cooking Club 3, Hi-Y
33 Opcrottzl 2, Sig Boys' Chorus l. 23 Mixed Chorus
1. 2. 3g Speriul lhI1ll't'lllllg Chorus 3: Boys' Quartet 3,
Boys' Bowling lg Junior Yursily Baskvllmll l. 23
Varsity liusketlmll 3.
NTILIARD LAVERE w'7ElKl'IR'I'
"ll7hitey,' Vocal ionul
"U"lzitey" rarries the sun that shines for all,
ln sports he has often earriezl the ball.
Ilis clancing's divine. You ran plainly see.
lle's a lovable laul, just ash' "ln llf,
Study Club lg Bridge Club 23 L0llCl'lll0ll,S Club 33
Hi-Y 2, 3, .ltlnior Varsity Football lg Varsity lfoot-
ball 2, 3g Junior Ynrsily liatsketlmll lg Varsity Bus-
lxetbzlll 2, 3.
. ,A -44,
EDWVARD BURNELL WENTZ
Let life take him where it will, he'll always be on top.
We all hope that this young lafl's good luck will never stop.
Swing Band Club lg Hobby Club 23 Chess Club 3g The Spring Concert lg
High School Band 1, 2, Vice President 33 Orchestra 1.
1VlARTI-IA BETTY WILDASIN
This tall, dark-haired Senior is rather shy,
But with her genial smile, she's sure to get by.
Needlework Club lg Study Club 2, 3.
PHILIP LESTER WILLET
Phil isn't a ladies man, you know. He isn't fast, but he isn't slow.
In football, he helped win many a game, and brought to E. H. S. lasting fame.
Boys' Athletic Club lg Chess Club 25 Lettermen's Club 33 Hi-Y 33 Varsity
Football 1, 33 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2g Varsity Basketball 33 Boys'
Bowling 13 Baseball 2, 3.
KENNETH WILBUR WOLFF
He always is happy, his work's always done.
Everyone likes him, heis a right lucky one.
Photography Club 1, 2g Study Club 3g Junior Varsity Football 1, 2g Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 3g Track 3.
JANICE LORETTA YINGLING
Stlulious, solemn, grave in class, need never worry that she won't pass.
For her, we all wish success, and heaps and heaps of happiness.
Needlework Club 1. 2. Vice President 3.
Born Ocfober 26, 1927
Died November 27, 1944
, ' , ,V
Naney Erh ,lohn Stonesifer
Richard Hahn Anna ltirh
Treasurer Vive President
unior Class Histor
ln September, 19-I-5, looking hack over an
eventful Sophomore year, we, the class of
1947, assumed our responsibilities as Juniors
with a determination to exceed all our
After welcoming the a'Sophs" to E. H. S.,
we cheered our elassmatesg Alvin Resh,
Reginald Hershey, '4Skip" Eckert, Dick
Hahn, Berl Biddle, Eugene Long and Dan
lihrhart, for the part they played in the
sueeessful foothall season. The Band and
Drill Chorus were also highly praised for
their grand performances at the games.
ln early Novemher, the elass eleetion fol-
lowed a eampaign filled with keen competi-
tion. The returns were announced at our
well-attended annual eleetion danee.
This year .laek Stonesifer and Berl Biddle
were on our Junior Varsity and Varsity
lnaskethall teams, and Reginald Hershey and
Alvin Resh helped to make up the wrestling
team. Members of our elass also played
important roles on the hasehall and traek
teams in the Spring.
Our Sophomore-Junior play, Tiger House,
under the direction of Miss llflenges, demon-
strated to the puhlie our acting ahility.
Many of us took active parts in the Oper-
etta Blossom Time under the direction of
lVliss Menges and Miss 'l'urner. This too was
a great suecess.
Many of our Junior hoys were initiated
into the Hi-Y, and the Girl Reserves had a
good representation from o11r elass.
Witli the Sophomore-Junior Prom, we
hade good-hye to the Seniors. ln so doing We
were hrought to a none too happy realization
that our part in these mueh-enjoyed high
sehool activities would too soon eome to an
The junior Class
CTOP PICTURE, PACE 48?
First Row: P. Munlz, A. Simpson. D. Mt-Intyre, M. Scholl, C. Mummert, N. Lippy, B. Looken
bill. L. Mlnnmerl. Second Row: D. Munlmert. M. Myers. F. Lesvallent. J. Myers., L. Markle,
J, I. Martin. N. Kraft, J. Marlin. Third Row: J. Kemper, D. Leppo, S. Myers. J. Kerchner, D
l.aughman, M. Miller, T. Shanahrook, J. Krisc. Fourth Row: D. McManus, J. Hotz, P. Lawyer,
E. Krug, B. Krumrine, B. Smith, T. Moul, C. Leppo. Fifth Row: D. Leister. R. Kuntz, R. Leppo
0. Knipple. E. Penniwell, M. Markle, H. Huff.
QBOTTOM PICTURE, PAGE -181
First Row: S. Clowe, V. Yingling, L. Arentz, C. Ruhy, M. Shuman, R. Rinedollar, E. Scholl
M. Unger. Second Row: B. Therit, N. Wise, A. Wentz, N. Wallick, D. Zepp, A. Weaver, S.
Stcrner, A. Stonesifer. Third Row: D. Stine, N. Stoner, M. Swartz, M. YVendlcr. B. Sterner, M
Sterner, B. Sponseller. Fourth Row: J. Swam, C. Yingling, R. Wonder, J. Stonesifer, E. Stenger,
J. Smith, R. Smith. Fifth Row: B. Stonesifer, C. Rehert, B. Stauffer, S. Wildasin, N. Witmer,
CTOP PICTURE, PAGE 471
First Row: B. Bemiller, P. Reese, D. Deagan, C. Reichart, B. Collins, C. Becker, M. Oliver, A
Pisle. Second Row: D. Clauser, L. Crouse, E. Barnitz, L. Diviney, M. Bollinger, C. Baum
gardner, H. Bankert, P. Baughman. Third Row: C. Boyer, A. Eckert, G. Earner, C. Bair, L
Barnhart, R. Acllenbach, J. Rightmire. Fourth Row: H. Alhan, W. Barnhart. J. Redding., B
Riddle, H. Bowman, J. Beck, C. Becker. Fifth Row: R. Cover, L. Doyle, T. Anthony, H. Bemillcr
E. Becker. F. Ecker.
QBOTTOM PICTURE, PAGE 475
First Row: J. Scnlz, V. Hofiacker, N. Grim, D. Heindel, C. Fuhrman, S. Haverstock, C
Graham, W. Fulco. Second Row: N. Resh, N. Erb, A. Erb, S. Flickinger, N. Faber., R. Rinker,
M. Reivhart, M. Roherts. Third Row: R. Eline, N. Hamm, V. Snyder, J. Rice. H. Heltehridlc
B. Henry. F. Shaeifer, T. Fissel. Fourth Row: D. Ceiman, H. Hartlauh, M. Hilbert. E. Fulnrman
l". Hassler, E. Henry, J. Freet. Fifth Row: A. Resh, H. Resh, D. Ehrhart, G. Cerrick.
Eeloved JM tractor
This page is dedicated to the memory of Frank C.
Vanderwall, who was our close friend and advisor.
To everyone who knew him, Mr. Vanderwall was a
source of inspiration, energy, and sympathy. He never
shirked his duty nor denied a request for help. He was
a Christian in the highest sense of the word.
We consider it an honor to have known him and a
pleasure to have worked with him. We shall carry him,
enshrined in our hearts, with us for the rest of our lives.
,Iuene Alban Philip Stonesifer
Wilbur Cohreeht Dean Staub
Vice President President
Sophomore Class Histor
With an expression of excitement and he-
wilderment we, the Sophomores of Eichel-
berger High School, started a new school
After a few days of confusion, we settled
down to work toward our future ambitions.
The first event that attracted our attention
was the election of class officers. This proved
to be a very new and interesting experience.
The election returns were announced at the
Most of us anxiously followed the sports
in which many of our boys participated. We
are proud to have so many fine athletes who
have taken part in football, basketball,
wrestling, and track this year.
Many of our class took part in chorus
work. Some also participated in the hand
and the drill chorus, both of which showed
outstanding musical and marching ability at
the football games.
The Sophomore-Junior play, which was a
mystery entitled 4'Tiger House," was quite a
success. The Sophomore characters, as well
as the Junioreharacters, worked hard under
the direction of Miss Menges to make the
play a hit.
We, the class of "48", sincerely hope we
have lnade a marked contribution to E. H. S.
and that we shall continue to do so during
our Junior and Senior years.
. 4 . .
The Sophomore Class
KTOP PICTURE. PAGE 5U
First Row: J. Hoffman, J. Little, J. Hoke, M. Keeney, M. Hart, A. Grove, J. Lan, D. Jacobs
Second Row: V. Krug. M. Rigbtmire, M. Karlus, H. Kessler. N. Jones, F. Kopp, C. Rebert
D. Price. Third Row: N. Reigle, J. Pennewill, F. Lau. D. Lcisler, M. Gulden, N. Kellerman, C
Hyde, M. Lauglnnan. Fourth Row: C. Hubley, F. Gross, NV. Hoover, L. Good, D. Lclfevere
C. Rickrode. V. Parrill, H. Resb. Fifth Row: R. Hartlaub, T. Cross, H. Price, R. Laird, M
Good, L. Hershey, L. Resser, J. Fisher. Sixth Row: R. Redding, E. Rebert, W. Cobrevbt, R
Reese, R. Fake, B. Colestock.
CBOTTOM PICTURE, PAGE 5-LJ
First Row: B. Mummert, D. Shriver, S. Leppo, M. Shoemaker, H. Staulier, J. Newman, A. Parr,
P. Noble. Second Row: B. Smith. J. Marcbio, M. Smith, B. Snyder, D. Sheetz. R. Lcppo, C
Shaffer, Y. Soulliard. Third Row: D. Stuflle, J. Sowers, G. Mathias, R. Panebaker. P. Leonard
I. Leonard, D. Markle, H. Markle. Fourth Row: W. Neidbammer, F. Parr, H. NVZIPUIIIIIIC. E
Monl, B. Sterner, W. Marquet. R. Milheim, H. Masemer. Fifth Row: E. Miller. R. Trone, C
Smeak, D. Aultllouse, F. Moore, C. Sarbaugb, YV. Tlleiret, D. Tasto. Sixth Row: C. Markle, F
Neiderer, P. Stonesifer, S. Mummert., E. Mange.
tTOP PICTURE, PAGE 533
First Row: P. Stcrner, B. Wildalsixl, D. Sutter, O. Black, B. Arentz, C. Wvagaman, E. Swartz, J
Blorher. Second Row: D. Betbas, B. Berwager, R. Brown, M. Bowersox, N. Slrine. J. Brown
E. Bollinger, I. Brown. Third Row: P. Wildasin, E. Sterner. F. Stork, J. Alban. J. Barnes
Artley, M. Taylor, A. Angel. Fourth Row: E. Thoman, B. Vlleaver, M. Anderson, C. Stetter,
Aulthouse. J. Bolin, M. Bowersox, C. Buie. Fifth Row: A. Cleveland, F. Barnes, B. Baker, I.
Aumen. B. Boose, C. Bechtel, P. Bowers, C. Bair. Sixth Row: G. Bemiller. B. Bittinger, E
Bubb, G. Hoffman, N. Cline, E. Bixler.
LBOTTOM PICTURE, PACE 533
First Row: E. Glant, J. Wax1'nel'. B. Zinn. R. Dubbs, P. Comitz. P. Ernst. V. Elinc, C. Funk
Second Row: M. Yost. D. Harris, E. Cooley. S. Fogle, C. Ferree, P. Cobrecbl. J. Frock, M
Garrett. Third Row: D. Fulro. L. Doyle. R. Forry, E. Formwalt, M. From-k, D. Fuhrman, M
XVisensale, J. Fox. Fourth Row: V. Frook. F. Garrett. H. Eline. D. Woolfe. J. Folmer. M
Eicbelbergcr, C. Zinn. Fifth Row: R. Wveaver, R. Garrett, II. Culp. Wl. Worley. Il. Fuhrman
F i fly-five
T H W ll WI- H
FIRST ROVV fSittingJ-B. Sheger, R. Berwager, L. Baker, T. 0'Neill, F. Huggens, P. Blettner, 1. Anthony I
Sheely. SECOND ROVV CSlamclingJ-Mr. L. H. Kemp, C. Sourber, H. flllewelt, V. Hoke, P. Orris, J. Burg, K
Kiser, J. Heffner, A. Spangler, G. Coodfellow, I. Stuffle, I. Blettner, F. Wagner, Mrs. Diehl.
Associate Editor -
Senior Editors -
Feature Editors -
Business Managers -
Sports Editors -
Art Editors -
Typists - -
Faculty Advisers -
- - - - Fay Huggens
Lena Baker, Raymond Markle, Phyllis Blettner
- - - Betty Sheffer, Iris Sheely
- Joyce Heffner, Anne Spangler
- .loanne Anthony, Robert Berwagcr
- - Joanne Burg, Guy Goodfellow
- Patricia Grris, Violet Hoke, Kathleen Kiscr
Jeanne Blettner, .leanne Vlfagncr, Jeanne Stume
- - Helen Allewelt, Charles Sourller
Erle K. Diehl, Mr. L. H. Kemp, Mr. Joseph Hurst
FIRST ROW-R. Berwager, D. Shaejfer, I. Sheely. D. Jacoby. S. Cobreeht, B. Shaffer, V. Hake, G. Cootlfellow.
SECOND now--B. Garrett, J. Hake, N. Wise. N. Hamm, V. Hofjacker, M. Righlmire. fl. Parr. N. Grim. rnnm
l'l0!Y+lU. Srliuman. H. Rinlrer. 1. Martin, M. Wendler. P. Baughman, C. Mummert. N. Stoner. P. lilettner.
FOURTH Row--1. Brown. 1. Newman. S. Sterner. D. Stine, V. Snyder, S. Flirkinger. A. Weaver. N. Faber.
FIFTII ll0YVfluiSS Beamenderfer, C. Formwalt, F. Huygens, ll. Sterner, A. Spangler, A. Erb. I.. liolin. SIXTH
ROW"-ll1l'S. Sltefer, J. Smith, P. Artley. 1. Anthony. 1. Markle, D. Crawford, R. Garrett.
The Orange and Black
Feature Editor ---- Belly Sheffer
News Editors - - lris Sheely. Carolyn Mummerl
Malte-up Editor - - - Phyllis Baughman
ROIXPIRT BI-:Rw,lcER -
Advertising Manager - - - Dawn Shaeffer
Assistants: Dolores Shilkc, Norma Wise. Nancy
Hamm. Shirley Sterner. Anne Yveaver. Connie
llevker. Norma Stoner, Sally Flivkinger. Rehceea
Sports Editors - - Guy Gooalfellow, Anna Erh
Exehange Editor ---- Bellie Eline
Art Editor ---- Violet lloke
Favulty Adviser: Mrs. Gene Sheffer
- Business tllanagvr
Circulation lllanager - - Shirley Cohrevhl
Assistants: Virginia Snyder. Naomi Faber. Phyllis
Blellncr. Dorothy Stine. Eleanor Formwall. Mary
Farulty Adviser: Miss .lean H0ll!lll'Ildlfl'il'l'
flssoeiate Editors: News, Fay Hnggens. Features, Marian Wentller. Sporls. Roherl Carroll.
Art, Arlhur Eckert. James Beck.
Contributing Members: Christine Ceiman, Anne Spangler. Jane Marlin. Clelus Reherl. George
liarner. Virginia Iloffaeker. .loann Markle, Belly Slerner, Nila Grim, .lohn Smith. Mary Ellen
Schuman. Jacqueline Hoke.
Typists: Lois Bolin. Dorolhy Crawford.
Fnrsr new -M. Schuman, S. Mielmel. D. Shuefjer, Mr. E. K. Diehl, L. Baker, V. Ho-lfaekcr. A. Parr. si:c0Nn
new---H. Culp. lf. Boose. Ii. Krumrine. R. Richter, F. Huygens, M. Jensen, J. Warner. Tnnm new--C. Bair,
P. Slonexifer, S. Wildasin.
The Student Council
The main object of the Council is to give
the students a chance to express their
opinions on school lnatters. The council
adheres to a three-fold purpose: to provide
greater eo-operation between the student
body and the administrationg to better ac-
quaint the student body with school affairsg
and to provide social activities and enter-
tainment for the students. Democratic repre-
sentation is assured through the election by
each home room of a council lncnlber.
This year the student council has been
successl'ul. Our previous standards have been
niet, and new ideas and projects have been
established. For example, during this 1945-
46 term, the student council sponsored the
election of class oflicers and the election
dance, participated in a courtesy campaign,
held dances after the basketball games,
sponsored other social events, and presented
the Oak-Leaf Award for leadership and
scholarship standing to the niost outstanding
senior boy and girl.
Only through the eo-operation of the
student body, school and administration has
this success been possible.
FIRST Row 1SilliugJ-J. Burg, L. Esuley, P. Orris, N. Albright, F. Huggens, B. Sheffer, D. Shuefjer, 1. Bol-
linger. SECOND Row QStandingJ-N. Masenheimer, T. O'Neill, C. Sourber, J. Bowersox, J. Smufier.
The Senior Pla
Fun loving, trouble finding "Tish,,' that laughable old maid, and her friends, Lizzy and
Aggie, were brought to the stage of Eichelberger High by the Seniors under the direction of
Miss Menges on the nights of Dec. 13 and 14. 194-5.
Letitia Carberry, "Tish,' -
uLizzie" - -
"Aggie', - -
Ellen Laughton -
Charita - -
Callie Hopkins -
Charlie Sands -
Bettina Trent -
Sheriff Lem Pike -
Wesley Andrews -
Ilorice Gaylord -
Denby Crimes -
- Joanne Burg
- Lois Esaley
I-lRS'I now iSiuingJ--B. Rinker. J. Martin, J. Smith, 0. Knipple, M. Wemller. SECOND Row fStundingJ N
I'uImr S. Wildusin, G. lfarner, V. Snyder. C. Leppo.
The junior Pla
Secret doors, sliding panels, fake hookshelves, and a phantom tiger provided
the plot for the Junior Play. The mystery-eolnedy, "Tiger House," which Miss
Menges directed was given on March 22, 194-6 hy the class of '4-7.
Yami - -
Sophia - -
Peggy Van Ess
Mrs. Murdock -
- .Iolm Smith
- Naomi Faber
FIRST ROW lSitlingT--I. Hohe. C. Sorbuugh. A. Parr, I. Brown. P. Arlley. SECOND ROSS' lStandingJ' B. lfoose,
ll. Musemar, D. l,eisIvr, M. lhnrersox. D. Staub.
The Sophomore Pla
Un March 21, 194-6 the S0ph0ll10l'CS presented their version of the thrilling
"Tiger House." Under the supervision of Miss Menges the Sophomore Class gave
the Juniors a mark to shoot at with a grand performance.
Erma Jackie Hoke
Yami - - Ira Brown
Sophia - - Peggy Hartley
Peggy Van Ess - - Audrey Parr
Blystery fVoma,n - Minerva Bowersox
Jlrs. Murdock - - Doris Leister
Nlaceentosh - - Dean Stanh
.4rthur - - Charles Sarhaugh
Thompson - - Bernard Boose
Oswald - Henry Masemer
SEATED fFirst Row?-A. Erb, L. Baker, A. Wentz. fSecond Row?-L. Arentz, R. Garrett, I. Orendorf, M.
Schuman, E. Sholl, V. Hoffacker, C. Baker, N. Erb, W. Fulco, J. Heffner, IV. Masenheimer, J. Burg. AT
TABLES'-J. Rightmire, C. Graham, C. Smeak, L. Markle, M. Myers, H. Masemer, J. Hoke, B. Deitz, C.
Rebert, H. Allewelt, F. Huggens, W. Gobrecht, N. Albright, E. Mange, J. Smith, C. Wonder, D. Dubbs, E.
Leister. STANDING-aL. Benford, R. James, D. Stine, H. Hu,0', R. Berwager, D. Garrett, M. Myers, H. Price,
L. Esuley, R. Weaver, R. Lnirzl, B. Mcu', C. Stenger, B. Shefer, J. Bowersox, M. Bollinger, T. 0'Neill.
A musical in 3 acts--Music by Sigmund Romberg after melodies by Franz
Schubert and H. Berte.
Act I The Prater-Vienna, 1826, a May afternoon
Act II At Kranz,s-3 months later
Act III Schubert's lodgings-2 months later
Franz Schubert ----- Elwood Leister
Baron Schober - - - Emerson Mange
Vogl fOpera Singerj - ' John Smith
M itzie Krantz - - - Lena Baker
F ritzi Krantz - - Anne Wentz
Kitzi Krantz - - - Anna Erb
Bellabruna I Opera Diva Q - Dorothy Stine
Binder - - - - John Orndorif
Erckman - - - - Ned Masenheimer
Kupelwiser - - Dean Dubbs
V on Schwind - - Harold Price
Greta - - Lois Arentz
Mr. Krantz - - James Bowersox
Mrs. Krantz - - Betty Sheifer
Count Scharntojf - - Robert James
Mrs. Cobury - - - Mary Lou Bollinger
Novotny fDetectivej - Carroll Smeak
Rosi - - - - - - - Sue Michael
JVaiter --------- Tom O'Neill
Music includes Schubert's "Serenade',g a'Ave Mariawg 4'Unfinished Sym-
phony", 'LRosamundi',g "Moment Musicalwg and uMarch Milatairef'
i eotnqafnnnemn at
FIRST ROW-S. Clowe, B. Garrett, N. Grim, J. Burg, L. Arentz, V. Hojfacker, M. Rightmire, N. Wallick, C.
Graham, IV. Fulco, J. Hoke, P. Blettner, D. Thomas, C. Mummert, D. Jacoby, A. Grove, E. Scholl. SECOND
ROXV---B. Duck, B. Snyder, E. Glant, C. Becker, M. Jensen, L. Markle, J. Fox, J. Martin, L. Baker, E.
Hendricks. K. Rabenstine, B. Moul, N. Lippy, M. Myers, 0. Black, R. Dubs, B. Baker. THIRD ROW---J.
Hegner, J. Blettner, S. Michael, M. Bollinger, A. Mummerl, J. Myers, L. Esaley, ll. Allewelt. L. Diviney,
M. Myers, F. Huggens, S. Myers, N. Erb, E. Formwalt, A. Wentz, A. Erb, M. Schuman, E. Barnitz, D. Stine.
FOURTH Row-T. 0'Neill, R. Berwager, R. Laird, L. Benford, J. Staufjer, R. James, D. Dubbs, B. Biddle,
P. Stonesifer, 1. Orndorjf, W. Gobrecht, E. Leister, C. Sourber, K. Baublitz, E. Stenger, R. Achenbach. FII-'TH
ROW-1. Bowersox, H. Price, N. Masenheimer, J. Smith, H. Masemer, O. Knipple, C. Hebert, C. Smeak, E.
Mango, M. Weikert. AT Tm-: PIANO-Shirley Gobrecht.
The Mixed Chorus
The three original choruses were com-
bined into one large mixed chorus, directed
by Miss Turner. The excellent work done by
members of all three classes gained them a
reputation of which we are justly proud.
This vocal group sang at Christmas time.
The chorus also merged with the band to
present a Spring Concert. From time to
time, small groups sang for the weekly audi-
torium programs. .
The school as a whole found that this
extra-curricular activity was enjoyable as
well as educational.
FIRST ROW-F. Neiderer, B. Dietz, K. Myers, 1. Lau, M. Scholl, M. Little, R. Raubenstine, G. Bemiller, M.
Sipling. SECOND Row-J. Reed, P. Swartzbaugh, H. Fuhrnmn, B. Boose, G. Bair, P. Bowers, B. Duck, 0.
Knipple, D. Tasto, R. Smith, E. Stenger. THIRD Row-E. Penniwill, R. Weaver, S. Geiman, D. Stuffle, F.
Leinhardt, D. Strevig, J. Warner, C. Wonder, N. Masenheimer, B. Gulden, B. Staufjer. FOURTH Row - J.
Stauffer, C. Bair, R. Milheim, J. Bousum, C. Bechtel, B. Kuntz, W. Worley, P. Stnufjer, D. Hoffheins. FIFTH
now-W. Theiret, B. Wentz, C. Hubley, R. Kline, W. Hoover, J. Hilbert, W. Noel, G. Culp. SIXTH Row-
C. Markle, B. Baker, M. Bollinger, S. Mummert.
The hand, in its second year under the supervision of Jack Schuler, under-
took to widen the scope of its operations. Besides attending and drilling at all
the football games, the hand presented two concerts, and groups from the band
furnished music for the class plays, the operetta, campus day, and the com-
mencement day exercises.
To those members who had served in the band three years, awards were
presentedg sweaters with letters for the Seniors, and only letters for the Juniors,
who will receive their sweaters next year.
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lflasi' non A. Eckert. lf. Sourber. E. Leisler. J. Stomsifcr, D. Dobbs. D. LeFerere. J. lfrnrersox. slf:eoNn
mm'---Mil. Weilferi. T. 0'NciII. L. Good, FV. liitlinger. 0. Knippel. L. Benford, J. Kunlfle. May. U"eilmrt.
TIIIRII RONYW P. SUIIIIIDOT. K. Iloublilz. IV. Cobreelzl. J. Moore. R. James, D. lfhrlmrl. J. Diviney. U".'Melfleof.
l"0lYIt'I'lI Row C. Goodfellow, P. Willct, H. Biddle. 1. Slauffer. P. Slonexifer. S. Wilrlusin. A. Rosh. D. Hiller.
The l-li-Y Club
l'resident. Elwood Leister
Vive President. Jaeli Slonesifer
The Hi-Y of E. ll. S. is an organization
eomposed of hoys from the Sophomore,
Junior, and Senior elasses who wish to
attain a higher standard of eharaeter and
Christian living. The purpose of the Hi-Y
eluh is to ereate, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and C0llllllllIliiy, high
standards of Christian character.
As a result of a change in policy, namely
the admission of memhers on their merits
rather than hy an elective process, the Hi-Y
eluh, in the past year, has come under the
Seeremry. Dean Ihthhs
'l'ref1s11rer. Charles Sonrher
jurisdietion of national Hi-Y and has heeome
affiliated with the High Sehool.
This year the Hi-Y eluh eontrihuted to
several worthy funds for disahled veterans
who were wounded serving overseas. The
eluh also donated several haskets of canned
goods and fruit to some of the poor and
needy families of Hanover. The Hi-Y eluh
has accomplished much good in the past
year, in an endeavor to live up to its pur-
pose and platform.
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Fmsr now- -Assistant Coach Wierman, A. Resh, D. Dubbs, D. Hahn, A. Eckert, E. Leisler. P. Willet, D.
Rider. E. Diviney, R. Markle, Coach Reese. SECOND ROWV'-W. Gobreclzi, J. Long, R. Reese, D. Ehrhart,
R. fumes. G. lloffman. J. Orenrlorff. E. Munge, N. Kline, R. Trane, 1. Moore. THIRD ROVVf'C. Sarbaugh. D.
l.eFe1're. IU. llveikerl. K. Buublilz, R. Hershey. B. Biddle, A. Hosletlcr, C. Irluthais, E. lllillcr, C. Cooll, Mgr.
First Row: Ray Hzuume., lllZlIlilg1'l'Q Charles
Second Row: Richard Brubaker, Faculty Mun-
agerg Harold Reese, Head Cozwhg Joseph Wie1'-
man, Assistant Coach.
Action on the grid front
HANOVER 19-DELONE 7
The Same Old Story
Hal Reese's Nighthawks opened their
season against the neighboring Delone
Catholic gridders and walked away with a
The Hawks got off to an early lead. They
took thc ball on their own 23 yard line
and caravancd 77 yards to a touchdown.
Reggie Hershey spearheaded the advance
by making a beautiful 42 yard touchdown
scamper. Hostetter hit the line for the
point after touchdown. Early in the second
stanza the Squires fumbled. Skip Eckert
was 'ajohnny-on-the-spot", recovering the
ball on the Delone 42. Three plays later
Kenny Baublitz bulleted a pass to ,lake
Diviney, who made a leaping catch, for
another touchdown. Hostctter attempted to
buck the line for the extra point but he
was thrown short. A few minutes later
Reggie Hershey scooted around end for 26
yards and his second touchdown. Delone's
only score came late in the final period
when Fred Bennett scored from the 7. He
also added the extra point.
HANOVER 6-LANCASTER CATH. 0
Hanover ran into some unexpected oppo-
sition when the Hawks managed to eek out
a 6-0 decision over the Lancaster Catholic
Crusaders on the Garden City field. Lan-
caster failed to gain a first down while the
Hawks racked up eleven. The game's only
six points was scored midway in the second
quarter with Ken Baublitz tallying on an
eight yard reverse. Hostctter had scored a
touchdown two plays earlierg however the
Hawks were detected off sides and the six
points were wiped off the scoreboard.
HANOVER 26 - GETTYSBURG 0
The Nighthawks had a grand picnic as
they mauled the inexperienced Gettysburg
Maroons 26-0 on the Battlefield "picnic
Hostetter was the big gun in the Night-
hawk attack by tallying three touchdowns.
Hostetter tallied his first six points in the
opening quarter by bucking over from the
thirteen. His second touchdown ca111e early
in the third quarter when he bulled over
from a dozen yards out. Weike1't place
kicked the extra point. "Skip,, Eckert set
up the Hawk's third touchdown by re-
covering a fumble on the Maroons 42.
Baublitz ran to the Gettysburg 7 from
where Hostettcr bulleted over. Weike1't's
placement was good. Hanover's final touch-
down came early in the final stanza when
Ken Baublitz scored from the 13 yard line.
HANOVER 12 - MECHANICSBURG 6
Patience and F ortitude
Playing hard, heads up football the Han-
over elevcn downed a powerful Mechanics-
burg eleven 12-6.
Rcesc's "Birds" had to win the hard
way. On six plays from scrinnnage Kenny
Rider, slippery Cat halfback scored a
touchdown from the 16 yard linc on a tidy
off tackle slant. Ferry tried to buck the
line for the extra point but he was thrown
As the first period ended the Hawks
drew a break. Kenny Baublitz recovered a
Mechaniesburg fumble on the Cat 30 yard
stripe. On the first play of the second
period Hostetter broke loose on a spinner
to charge to the nine from where Baublitz
streaked over for the touchdown. Weikert's
The score stood at six-all until early in
the final quarter, then Hostetter playing
the roll of a battering ram bueked over
from the three yard linc. Weikert's place-
ment again failed.
HANOVER 7 - CHAMBERSBURG 14
Hooked! I !
Plagued by had breaks the Hanover
Nighthawks dropped a bitter fought 14-7
decision to the Chambersburg Trojans.
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The Trojans wasted no time on capital-
izing on a break when Bard, Trojan guard,
raced in to block Hostetter's punt. Merle
Leisher recovered for Chambersburg on
the Hanover 35 yard line. A few plays
later Gerald Hoover, dusky halfback took
a lateral pass from Sam Clarke and raced
over from the 10. Sam Clarke calmly
booted the P.A.T.
The Hawks came charging back in the
second period, scored a touchdown on a
magnificent 27 yard Baublitz to Diviney
pass and tied the score on Hostetter's extra
point. Scoring ceased until the first play
of the second half when Russ Young, Mer-
cury footed Trojan wingbaek, went off
tackle to the right on a slow breaking play,
cut to the left and raced 60 yards for a
touchdown. Clark again booted the extra
point. That ended the evening's scoring,
however, both teams threatened several
times in the final quarter.
HANOVER 7 - COLUMBIA 0
Playing the Nighthawks on even-steven
terms throughout the first three quarters
of the contest, the weak Columbia tide
dropped a 7-0 decision to the powerful
Nighthawks. Reese's gridders were way off
their game, were outplayed by the scrappy
'lRiverboys", but managed to gain an 11-11
split on first downs. Had the Nightliawks
not possessed a swifter runner than 4'Corky"
Carnahon the score would have been re-
versed. Corky reeled off two long gains, one
for 65 ya1'ds and one for 54 yards. Both
times he was caught from behind. Han-
over's lone score came early in the last
quarter with Baublitz lugging the leather
from five yards out. Hostetter plunged for
HANOVER 7 - CARLISLE 13
Even though the Hawks held a 15-4
MILLAIKD WEIKERT edge in first downs, they still dropped a
13-7 verdict to the Carlisle Thundering
Herd. Almost 3000 dew soaked spectators
saw Carlisle score on a uflukeyn touchdown
and regain the lead on another "gift" from
the Orange and Black eleven.
Early in the first period Carlisle began
to IIIOVC. Hanover choked the attack and
Blosser got off a beautiful boot which
rolled to the 1 foot line. lVhitey lveikert
picked the pigskin up but was instantly
nailed by Creigh Snyder, Carlisle end. Jim
DeLancey, Carlisle guard, fell on the pig-
skin for a touchdown. Blosserls kick was
no good. The Hawks retaliated in the
second stanza. An 85 yard drive was brought
to a head on an 18 yard touchdown pass
from Baublitz to Reggie Hershey. Weikert's
placement was good.
Carlisle's winning touchdown calne in
the third period. Baublitz gambled on a
pass from his own 4-2. Vic Madison inter-
cepted and raced to the six yard line where
Baublitz nailed him. Black went to the
five from where Shenk went over.
HANOVER 7 -HERSHEY 21
Kings Crownedg Kings Dethroned
A second half attack staged by the
Hershey Trojans swept the Nighthawks
completely off their feet. A huge crowd in
the beautiful Hershey stadium saw the
Hawks take an early lead. Phil Willet
blocked a Hershey punt. Skip Eckert
scooped the pigskin from the turf and
galloped into touchdown land. Weike1't
booted the extra point. The Hawks con-
tinued to outplay their rivals throughout
the second period. Then in the third period
Peck McKnight inserted slippery Johnny
Hoerner into the Hershey lineup. Johnny
sat on the bench the entire first half and
so he was fresh and urarinw to go. His first
touchdown came on a lateral play. Casper
tossed a bullet pass to Snyder who lateraled
to Hoerner for a touchdown. Huzvar
plunged for the extra point. Hershey's
second touchdown drive came midway in
the final period. Hostetter punted out of
bounds on the Hershey 27. Then Hoerner
spcd through the center of the Hawk line
for a twenty-eight yard advance.
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Huzvar on two tries added six yards to
the Hawk's 30. Then Hoerner on a beau-
tiful 'fGlenn Davis" special wcaved the
thirty yards for his second six pointer.
Huzvar again plunged for the point after
touchdown. Hoerner set up the final Trojan
score by again speeding around end for
twenty-seven yards to the Hanover two
yard line. Two plays later Fasnaeht tallied
on a quarterback sneak. Casper tossed to
Hocrner for the extra point.
HANOVER 14- WAYNESBORO 7
Things looked bad for Hal Reesc's eleven
as lVaynesboro, showing plenty of punch
and vigor, outplayed the Nighthawks in the
initial stanza. Vffaynesboro drew first blood
when Ray Dull, pile driving halfback,
roared off right tackle for 65 yards and a
touchdown. Geesaman booted the extra
point. The Hawks made a comeback and
scored a safety when a had pass from center
went into the end zone. Geesaman, attempt-
ing to run the ball, was nailed by Phil
Willet. In the second period, the Hawks
began to move. The Baublitz to Diviney
conlbination began to click and the Han-
over eleven drove deep into WayneslJoro's
territory. Then Jack Moore, sophomore
halfback, bulleted a pass to Kenny Baublitz
for a touchdown. Hanover sewed the game
up in the final period when Armin Hos-
tetter drove for a touchdown from the one
HANOVER 28 - SHIPPENSBURG 6
Turkey in the Straw
A huge Turkey Day crowd turned out to
see the Nighthawks tangle with the Ship-
pensburg Greyhounds. This game was the
final game for Kenny Baublitz, Armin
Hostetter, Jake Diviney, Sas Rider, Phil
Willet, Ray Markle, Elly Leister, Millard
Wcikert, Nev Dubbs, Jess James, John
Orndorff, and Bill McClcaf.
The Hawks started slow, were held
scoreless in the first period and fell behind
a 6-0 count in the second stanza. Then the
Baulvlitz and Divincy combination blew
hot to tally a touchdown late in the second
period and took a 7f6 lead at intermission.
The seeond half was different. The
Hawks moved at every opportunity and
battered the "Hound'7 line for three toueh-
downs. ln the third stanza Hostetter
plunged over from the 10 yard line. He
retaliated with an extra point. ,lack lvloore,
who put in a ereditalnle performance, threw
a long aerial to ,lake Diviney for another
touehdown. NV:-ikert added the extra point.
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In the dieing minutes of the game Reese
put in his sernlrs. In wasn't long liefore
Beryl Biddle speared an enemy pass and
raced 35 yards along the west sidelines for
the Hawks final touchdown. XVil Golireeht
added the extra point on a plunge.
The Nightlzazvlfs at Training Camp
FIRST RON -K. Bnublilz, E. Diviney, P. Stonesifer, A. Hostetter, W. Cobrecht, P. Stuuffer. SECOND now-C.
Sourber. Mgr., Maynard Weikert, D. Dubbs, B. Biddle, P. Willet, L. Benford, Millard Weikert.
After getting off to a slow start the Eichel-
berger Nighthawk dribblers finished the
season with a record of seven wins against
ten losses. The Hawks dropped four straight
games at the beginning of the season before
they downed Wayneslaoro 15-13 in a hectic
contest. They flashed some brilliance against
Mcehanicsburg when they staged a brilliant
second half rally only to lose 38-36. Then,
to almost everyone's surprise they almost
succeeded in trouncing Chambersburg. The
Hawks led throughout the game only to lose
it in the closing minutes. Probably one of
the most thrilling contests was the West
York tussle. West York led throughout the
entire game, held a ten point lead in the
final period only to have the Hawks blow
hot and tie them. Jake Diviney dropped the
tieing bucket as the final horn blew. The
Hawks went on to win in an extra period.
The Hawks showed top form against
Wayneslaoro when they dropped the Tor-
nado 47-26. Kenny Baublitz led the attack
with 22 points. Then the Reese five fell into
the doldrums by losing to Mechaniesburg
and Chambersburgg however the Hawks re-
taliated by licking Delone in an extra period.
Then the Orange and Black eagers pulled
one of the biggest upsets in South Penn
Conference history by downing the highly-
touted Gettysburg Maroons who were ex-
pected to capture the Conference Crown.
The Hawks led throughout and pulled away
in the last quarter to run away with a 31-25
victory. The Hanover triumph eliminated
the Battlelielders for the Championship and
it crowned the Chambersburg Trojans. Four
days later the Hawks upset the powerful
Hershey five 30-27.
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FIRST ROW--W. Neidhammer, W. Gobrecht, N. Kranzdorf, N. Masenheimer, B. Biddle, R. Moul, C. Shue
L. Hershey, H. Hug. SECOND now-R. Crawford, K. Wolf, L. Shear, D. Hafner, R. Redding, W. McCleaf, R
Allewelt, C. Surbaugh, D. Markle, J. Misenhelder, R. Zumbrum, M. Good. THIRD Row-E. Diviney, G. Hoff-
man, A. Resh, J. Stonesifer, R. Hahn, B. Hershey, R. Markle, J. Louey, A. Eckert, L. Good, Mgr.
Of the thirty candidates who responded to Coach Reese's call, only four,
Dick Hahn, .lack Stonesifer, Beryl Biddle, and Bill McCleaf were lettermen of
last year,s squad. Other members who had experience last year are Ehrhart,
Harner, P. Stonesifer, Gobrecht, Resh, Moul, Halter, Stuffle, Masenheimer, Craw-
ford, and Markle.
This year marked the first time that Hanover won the Shippensburg Invi-
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FIRST Row-R. Markle, E. Bixler, M. MeCleaf, E. Miller, R. Smith. SECOND ROW-C. Mathias, R. Crawford,
M. Markle, J. Leheigh, L. Hershey, Mgr. 'mmn Row-G. Zinn, R. Rabenstine, N. Kranzdorf, 1. Swam, J.
Hershey, W. Fuhrman.
The 1945-1946 schedule for the Hanover
Nighthawk W1'est1ing team consisted of ten
matches. The Grapplers, during this past
season, won two matches and dropped eight.
Although the record was not the most im-
pressive possible, the boys worked every
minute of the time for victory. The mat men
ended this season by going to the District
Championship Match on March 9. Ray
Markle, beaten only once in thirteen tests
during the season, copped the District Title
in the one hundred and forty-live pound
class. However, he was eliminated at the
State Championship Match. The boys who
earned an 61-17 were: George Zinn, 95-1033
John Lehigh, 95-1039 Burnell Rabenstine,
953 Bill Hershey, 1123 Eugene Bixler, 120g
Ernie Miller, 127g Merle Markle, 1273 Bill
McCleaf, 133g Bob Crawford, 1383 Ray
Markle, 145, Russell Smith, 1543 and Lester
Hershey, manager. There will be six letter
men returning next year.
January 17 -- 1Vest York
January 24 --- Lancaster
February 1 - Manheim
February 4 - Hershey
February 7 -- Wayncslioro
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March 4 -- Waynesboro
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FIRST Row-1. Swam, Mgr., H. Yost, H. Thomas, T. F issel, H. Price, D. LeFevere, F. Rightmire, J. Russo.
SECOND Row-1. Witmer, R. Grzwer, W. Barnhart, G. Geiman, B. Bowman, R. Sanders, N. Cline, H. Bowman,
E. Hartlaub, Mgr. THIRD Row-Mr. Witmer, Coachg A. Soulliard, B. Stauffer, F. Moore, G. Goodfellow, P.
Trish, H. Gise, P. Willet, R. Leppo, Mgr.
Twenty-two ballplayers reported to Coach Witmer this year. Among the
veterans from last year's team were pitchers, Guy Goodfellow, J ack Moore, and
Dave LeFevreg infielders, Beryl Stauifer, Bud Price and Paul Trishg outfielders.,
Phil Willet, Homer Gise and Art Souillardg and catcher, Tom Fissel.
The Hawk nine played an eleven game schedule, opening with Glenville
and closing with Chambersburg. The long awaited uniforms came in time for
the Biglerville contest played on the home diamond.
Hanover 3 Glenville 4
Hanover 4 Mechanicsburg 9
Hanover 6 Glenville 12
Hanover 6 Biglerville 7
Hanover 7 Shippensburg 4
Hanover 8 Biglerville 1
Hanover 1 Mechanicsburg 10
Hanover 2 Chambersburg 3
Hanover 1 Shippensburg 6
Hanover 1 Arendtsville 0
Fmsr new D. Stugle. W. Neidlmmmer, J. Bowersox. N. Musenhvimer. T. 0'NeiII. sucorxn new-fC. liair. E
Mango. C. Smeak, C. Sourbcr, B. Stuuffer. I. Reed. THIRD now- F. Moore, P. Trish, L. Barnhurl. D. Killer
D. Ehrlmrl. R. Hahn. FOURTH ROW--A. Snullinrd. M. Sipling. Mr. Hownmn fuduiserj. E. Fulzrnum. Stenger
I-'ll-'TH lmw- J. Smuffer, S. Uvildasin, 1. Ornrlorff, R. fumes.
Forty-three boys participated in the Boys' Bowling League this winter. Six
teams competed with Paul Trish's '4Splits" capturing the championship. The
'5Splits" captured fourteen matches and dropped only six. Paul Trish sported
the highest average with 169.6. Tom Fissel bowled the highest game by
FIRST now: R. Reese, R. Laird, D. LeFeure, R. Garrett. SECOND Row: W. Bittinger, Mgr
H. Price, P. Stonesifer, B. Smufjer, Mgr.
I. V. Basketball
West York 19
Mt. St. Joe 31
W on 13
First Row: B. Zinn. J. Hoku, M.
Riu-mire. D. Fulvo. Second Row:
J. IIOHIIIRIII. P. Arllcy, M. Bowvr-
sox, M. Jens:-lu.
Firsl Raw: D. Hcindcl. N. Grim. S.
Clowc. A. Slonesifcr. YV. Fulvo. A.
Nvcnlz. Scvoml Row: N. Erh, D.
Erlr. B. Rinkvr. N. Faber. J. Mzlrlin.
D. Mununvrl. Tllirfl Row: C.
Becker, M. Rci1'l1au't, M. YVcndlcr.
D. Lcppo. D. McManus. I.. Divinoy.
First Row: M. Klunk. E. Xvcalvcr.
J. Slumc, D. Jacoby, J. Reifsnirlcr.
B. Shaffer. SUFOIIII Row: D. Sllalcf-
fer. B. Buwcrsox, A. Russo. F. Hug-
gvns. A. BIIIIIIIIICFI. K. Kiser. Third
Row: M. Mycrs. A. Spangler. K.
Rulxonslinv. K. Sanur, B. Moul. and
First Row: D. Erb, P. Reese, D.
Mummert, M. Myers. Sccond Row:
D. McManus. L. Divincy, S. Myers,
First Row: Duney Erb, RCll81'l'Il
Rinker. Second Row: Anna Mum-
lIl0l'I, Kathleen Sanur.
GIRLS' COLOR CONTEST
First Row: E. Scholl, A. Parr. D.
Jacoby, J. Slume, D. Shilke, M.
Troiano. Second Row: A. Russo,
G. Reitzel, P. Bleltner, S. Gobrechl,
J. Creenholl, B. Shaffer. Third
Row: K. Sanur, L. Diviney, D.
Slmeffer, D. MvManus. L. Esnley,
A. Spangler, Fourih Row: J.
Pennewill, M. Eicllellrergcr. P. Arl-
ley. J. Hoffman, F. Huggens.
Bvlly Ann Moul. Belly Sheifcr.
PING PONG CHAMPIONS
Joamnc Blcllncr. Annu Mummerl.
Firsl Row: l,lt'Zll'l Munlz. Palsy
Res-sc. Doris Rlllllllllcfl., Madge
Righlmiro. Sevonrl Row: Doris Mv-
Mamus. Lorna Diviney. Jean Myers.
IF IE A
Last Wz'l and Teftament
I, Floyfl Alban, will to anybody who wants it, my
seat in Miss Menges' study ball.
I, Nancy Albright, will to Sophia Clowe, five inches
of my towering height. -
I, Helen Allewelt, will to any underclassmate, a
whole lot of my hfond aHec-tion" for E. H. S.
football and basketball games. '
I, Mary Jo Anderson, will to Arnetto Aulthouse,
my ability to get into homeroom just as the tardy
I, Joanne Anthony, will to my brother Tom, my
love for high school and English.
I, Kenneth Bailey, will to John Fisher, my little
bit of ship ability.
I, Irene Bair, will to Mary Unger, my job as
secretary to Mr. Brubaker.
I, Lena Baker, will to Mary Lou Bollinger, my
place in the Senior Trio.
I, Calvin Ilange, will to Fred Neiderer, my tall-
I, Kenneth Baublitz, will to .lack Stonesifer, my
ability to keep awake in school.
I, Kenneth Baugher, will to Wzlllzlce Hoover my
seat in the auditorium.
I, William Baugher, will to Lester Doyle, my
ambition to go to school.
I, Joyce Bechtel, will to Betty Thieret, my seat
in English class.
I, Phyllis Bechtel, will to anyone who wants it, my
love for the Mau Dra.
I, Larry Benford, will to Carroll Smeak, what
ever he needs if I possess it.
I, Robert Berwager, will to Alvin Resll, my
"manly" figure to play football next year.
I, Jeanne Blettner, will to any meek and quiet
underclassman who wants it, my ability to sneeze
quietly in class.
I, Phyllis Blettner, will to ,loan Little, my dark
I, Lois Bolin. will to my sister Joyce, my ability
to get to school on time.
I, Jean Bollinger, will to Charlotte Fuhrman, my
big booming voice.
I, Jo Bousum, will to Anna Cleveland, my little
turned up nose.
I Betty Bowersox, will to my sister, Minerva, all
my clothes because she wears them anyway!
I, James Bowersox, will to Pat Ernest, the nick-
name of "Squeeze".
I, Jean Brady, will to Junior Bradner, my seat on
the Brushtown bus.
I, George Braun, have nothing worth while to will.
I, Mary Brilhart, will to any ambitious Jr. Com-
mercial. my typing abilityf?l.
I, Thomas Brown, will to Robert Fake, my work-
We, Joanne Burg and Joyce Hefjner, will to Jane
Martin, our favorite placel ?J at the creek.
I, Marvin Caler, will to Cocky Yingling, my school
days, dancing shoes tLi'l Abnersl.
I, Jeanne Clapsarlllle, will to Lois Markle, my seat
in Shorthand and Typing class.
I, Shirley Clapsacldle, will to Mabelle Anderson,
my love of Chemistry.
I, Dolores Colestoelf, will to anyone who wants to
learn how, my ability to dance.
I, Marjorie Coleslock, will to Bonnie Smith, my
I, Dorothy Crawford, will to Connie Graham, my
position as Orange K Black typist.
I, Robert Crawford, will my seat in auditorium to
any one who wants it.
I, Doris Crouse, will to Pauline Leese, my blue
I, Gorclon V. Culp, will to Henry Masemer, my
I, Betty Dietz, will to any ambitious soul, my
ability to blow the cymbals in the band.
I, Roger Diller, will to any ambitious person, my
I, Ellis Diviney, have nothing worth while to
will, l will take it all with me.
I, Dean Dubbs, will to Blackie LeFevere, my curly
I, Betty Duck, will to Bernie Boose, my ability to
play the Baritone Sax.
I, Elizabeth Eline, will to .loel Sowers my ability
to have an inscrutable physiognomy when THAT
study hall teacher reprimands me.
I, Lois Esaley, will to Stevie Snyder, my rosy red
I, Doris Feeser, will to Jane J. Martin, my seat
in the auditorium.
I, Norman H. Fuhrman, will to Holman Leese,
my woodshop ability.
I, Virginia Fuhrman, will to Dorothy Heindel, my
ability to get Ais in Bookkeeping.
I, Chris Ceiman, will my big feet to any one who
needs two steam shovels.
I, Richartl Geiman, will to Donald Leister, my
ability to turn armatures.
I, Harriet Ceiselman, will to any person with had
eyes, my seat in the first row in auditorium.
I, Emma George, will to any sucker who wants it,
my seat in a boring health class.
I, Homer L. Gise, Jr., will to "Skip" Stuflle my
I, Shirley Gobrecht, will to my brother, Willmur,
all of the wonderful days that I have spent in E. H. S.
I, Guy Gooflfellow, will to Skip Eckert my ability
I, ,lean Creenholt, will to Connie Graham all the
lun and good times at E. H. S.
I, Burnell Culllen, will to Dean Stufile my chair
W'e, Richard Harner and Ray Hamme, will to any
two inseparables our names, Rosencrantz and Guil-
I, "Frog" Hartlaub, will to "Muddy,' Fissel my
poker playing ability.
I, Mildred Heagy, will to Connie Graham my
ability to write letters to the Navy in study hall.
I, Charles Hershey, will to any wrecking crew
that wants it Eicbelberger Senior High School.
I. Lois Hershey, will to Betty Henry my dark eyes
and long eye-lashes.
I, Darrell Hoffheins, will to Dean Stuiile my
ability to play a clarinet.
I, Violet Hake, will to Philip Stonesifer my short-
I, Clallys Hoover, will to anybody my P. D. ability.
I, Armin Hostetter, will to "Grappler" Resh my
ability to play fullback next year.
I, Helen HHH, will to my brother my ability to
break the axle of his car.
I, Fay Huggens, will to any poor soul whose
parents were born there my love U1 for Sinsheim.
I, Dolores Jacoby, will to Norma Stoner my Indian
I, Robert James, will to .lack Moot'e lny English
I, Helen Keefer. will to Dorothy Zepp my seat
in bookkeeping class.
I, Virginia F. Kessler, will to any sophomore or
junior who finds it hard to attend chorus regularly
my ability and love for music.
I, Kathleen Kiser, will to Bonie Baker my ability
I, Marion Klank, will to Peg Artley my height.
I, Pauline Kopp, will to Shirley Sterner my dislike
I, Madge Lazlgernmn. will to Marion Keeney my
I, Roberta Lease. will to Daryl Clauser my slender-
I, Dean Leese, will to Bob Achenbach my light
I, Elwood Leister, will to anyone who is patient
and understanding my third year Latin book.
I, Mary Lou Little, will to .lcane Lau my ability
to walk straight as a majorette.
I, Bill Mcllleaf, will to Skip Eckert my knowledge
I, Joann Markle, will to Charles Leppo my ability
to get into trouble.
. 5 -
l, Merle Markle, will to Alvin Resh my seat in
I, Raymond Markle, will to Eugene Bixler my
wrestling ability UD.
I, Nell A. Masenheimer, will to Skip Eckert my
front pew in algebra class.
I, ,Ioyce Meisenhelder, will to Dawn Price my long,
I, Bill Messinger, will to "Skip" Stuflle my atten-
tiveness ?? in science class. fHe needs itl.
I, Sue Michael, will to Mary Ellen Schuman my
job as secretary of the Student Council.
I, Bernafline Miller, will to Mary Miller my seat
in bookkeeping class.
I, Harold R. Miller, will to Harriet Kessler my
love for school, books, teachers, and misc.
I, Margaret Miller, will my ability to crack my gum
to anyone who can't.
I, Betty Ann Moul, will to "Faber,' my natural
I, Robert Moul, will to Tom Moul my extensive
P. D. notebook.
I, Roger Moul, will to Lorna Diviney my ability
to arrive at the last minute at E. H. S.
I, Anna Mummert, will to the future guards on
the Black team my basketball ability.
I, Stewart Mummert, will to Skip Stuflie my ability
to drive a car.
I, Maria Myers, will to Mary Sterner my constant
I, Mary Myers. will to Mary Miller my position as
Mrs. Marts' secretary.
I, Melvin Nace, will to Shorty Mathias my voca-
I, Donalcl Neiderer, will to Gilbert Bemiller my
ability to get dates.
I, Earl Neiderer, will my Spanish ability to anyone
who doesn't intend to go to Spain.
I, Dolores Noel, will to Nancy Erb my seat in
third year Spanish class.
I, Tom O'Neill, will to Nancy Erb my good
standing in the Republican party.
I, .Iohn Orenrlorff. will to Becky Rinker my black
I, Robert Ornzlorf, will to Herbert Bowman my
ability to prevaricate.
I, "Pat" Orris, will to any poor soul my artistic
ability, and I sincerely hope they can do a better job.
I, Kathleen Rabenstine, will to anyone who wants
it my seat in health class.
I, Willifzlli C. Ran, will to a .lunior Commercial
student my typing ability.
I, Robert Reck, will to Bill Marque! my musical
I, John Reed. will to Mark Hilbert my ability to
stay out of trouble in drafting class.
I, Eugene Reeser, will my ability in English class
to any Junior who wants it.
N inety-t wo
l, Justine Reifsnider, will to Marian Wendler, my
ability to endure riding in a Ford.
I, Gladys Reitzel, will to Betty Lookenbill, my
ability UD to skate without falling.
I, Sas Rider, will to XVill Cobrecht, my ability to
seem to pay attention in class when 1,111 not.
I, Annette C. Russo, will to Frances Kopp, my
bowling ability -- ?????? hoping she will be more
suvcessful than I.
I, Kathleen Saur, will to Mr. Cray, the principal
of E. H. S., my large nose.
l, Dawn Shaeffer, will to Larry Good, my ll years
of perfect attendance.
I, Ruth Shaffer, will to Helen Bankert, my athletic
I, Iris Sheely, will to Carolyn Mummert, my
ability to type with two fingers.
I, Betty Slzeffer, will to llrlarian Wendler, my
ability to get Orange and Black assignments in on
l, Dolores Shilke, will to Virg Hoffacker, my
ability to get along with Miss Lawrence. tBig jokel
I, Gladys Shriver, will to Charlotte Fuhrman, my
ability C?J in Latin translation.
I, Arthur Soullaird, will to Dorothy Bethas, my
ability to drive a car with one hand.
I, Millard Sipling, will to Gilbert Bemiller, my
ability to play the snare drum.
I, Eugene Smith, will to Roy Hartlaub, my
knowledge of machine shop practice.
I, Mary Jane Smith, will to my brother, John, my
I, "Skip" Sourber, will to Beryl Stauffer, the
I, Ann Spangler, will to Lorna Diviney, my posi-
tion as Black Color Contest Captain.
I, Betty Spangler, will to Peggy Artley, my small-
I, Jim, Stauffer, will to Carroll Smeak, my dark
I, Paul Staufjer, will to Beryl Stauller, my seat
I, Nancy Sterner, will to anyone who needs it, my
ability to drive a car??
I, Sara Strine, will to my sister, Nancy, my slender-
I, Jeanne Stugle, will to John Hotz, my smile.
l, Frances Thoman, will to Dorothy Leppo, my
seat in P. D. class.
I, Kenneth Thoman, will to Martin Thomas, my
ability to get out of shop.
1, Doris Thomas, will to Lester Hershey, my little
1, Paul R. Trish, will to Thomas Fissel, my bowling
I, Mary Troiano, will to Marion Welldler, my
ability to imitate uCass Daley".
I, Witnzer Trone, will to Irwin Sowers, my eating
I, Jeanne Wagner, will to Beverly Snyder, my
I, .lean Warner, will to Vivian Yingling, my ability
to make people laugh.
I, Beatrice Weaver, will to Jean Marchio, my
I, Eleanor Weaver, will to Leeland Barnhart, my
I, Maynard Laverne Weikert, will to Monk Mange,
my dancing ability.
I, Millard Weikert, will to any future football
player, my ability to call signals.
I, Burnell Wentz, will to Charles Hubley, my abil-
ity t?J on the cornet.
I, Martha Wildasin, will to Miriam Kerchner, my
ability to be quiet.
I, Philip L. Willet, will to Wilbur Gobrecht, my
I, Kenneth W. Wolf, will to Burnell Krumrine,
my aeronautical ability.
I, Janice Yingling, will to Ruth Luckenbaugh, my
ability to make A's t?J in English class.
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