Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)

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PENxsx'1.x',xx1A F orezoord As we, the class of 1947, are graduated from Eichelberger Senior High School this day in June, it seems that the fond memories of high school days will never fade. But in 1957, alas, those memories will have grown dim with the passing years. When some half-familiar bar of music strikes our ears, teasing us with its illusive meaning, may this Nornir, with its melody of the Alma Mater, aid us in recalling our carefree days at "old high." Dedication We, the Class of 1947, respectfully dedicate this, our Nornir, to two faithful and energetic instructors in the music departments of this school, Miss Eleanor Turner, and Mr. Jack H. Schuler who have unselfishly given of their time and talents to make each student appreciate more fully the benefits derived from good music. They have helped to make the school's musical organizations outstanding in the community. May this yearbook serve as a symbol of the days spent by the graduating class under their guidance and inspiration. Dear Old Eiclzelberger High Scizoal F E . , F . E ,, E i ,.f,, I Mr. Ray Gray, Principal: Nancy Erb, Pres.. Student Council: Mr. R. A. Bagshaw Superintendent Mr. Guy R. Goodfellow, Vice President, School Board. KC Qi rl.. iii. f '36 A X 'ug X , 1 Q ful 1 We 'JF gi I , Q Q KY I e he A dminislraiion And Mystic Charms toKnowlea'ge We Vainly Seek to Spell F ive tkHenry M Bollingerf--Secretary: Lawrence B. SheppardfPresidentg Guy R. Goodfellow-Vice President W Henry Bittingerg Harry M. Folmerg Clark W. Schue-fTreasurerg Wilson M. Naceg f'Robert Bagshaw Superintendent: Mrs. Rosedry R. Warehime: lRobert M. Laird- -Solicitor. 'Non Members. ur oard 0 Education Our Board of Education of the Hanover Borough School District is composed of seven members elected by the voters of Hanover. A few have been teachers, some hold college degrees, and all have been successful in some business of our town. The operation of the Board is patterned after the American way of government. Major issues are presented to the proper Committees for consideration and recommendations. The Com- mittees, after careful consideration, present the results to the Board for final action. The paramount problems of the Board of Education are- directing the finances of the school system, choosing and observ- ing personnel, and providing materials, equipment, and buildings necessary for the proper education of the children of Hanover. It has been the practice of the Board to have all regular meet- ings open to the public, to give every problem utmost considera- tion, and to render decisions to the satisfaction of all concerned whenever possible. Six First row: J. Harrison, E. Turner, M. Everhart. S. Diehl, G. Hamm, G. Walker, M. Menges. H. Flrckinger P. Blettner, R. Lawrence, G. Nisewonder, F. Rietz. Second row: L. Kemp, E. Diehl, R. Brubaker, H. Reese, B. Shaffer, H. Gruver, R. Gray, G. Wertz, H Carn A. Lilienfeld, B. Brammer, H. Leese, N. Stoner. he Faculty M. PEARL BLETTNER Gettysburg College B. S. Penn State M. Ed. History BARRY BRAMMER U. of P. Mechanical Drawing Vocational Science Future Craftsmen's Club Adviser RICHARD H. BRUBAKER Muhlenberg, Penn State, Millersville A. B. English Plane Geometry Practical Bookkeeping Psychology Club Adviser Faculty Manager of Athletics HAROLD E. CARN Penn State Woodshop Seven ERLE K. DIEHL Gettysburg College A. B. Problems of Democracy Student Council Adviser SARAH R. DIEHL Gettysburg College A. B. English II, III, V Nornir Adviser MURIEL R. EVERHART Penn State B, S. M. S. Home Economics Biology Boys' Chef Club Adviser Future Homemakers of America Club Adviser HENRIETTA K. FLICKINGER Millersville S. T. C. M. E. Susquehanna University A. B. Algebra I and II College Algebra Business Math World History RAY W. GRAY Wabash College Penn State M. A. Principal HAROLD S. GRUVER Gettysburg College A. B. Voc. English II, III, IV French I Latin I Press Club Adviser Orange and Black Adviser GLADYS I. HAMM Western Maryland College Mathmetics and History Dancing Club Adviser JANE S. HARRISON Lock Haven S. T. C. Penn State Health and Physical Education Girl's Athletic Club Adviser Y-Teens Adviser L. H. KEMP Muhlenberg B. S. Penn State M. Ed. Biology Biology Club Adviser - Hi-Y Adviser Nornir Staff Adviser RUTH LAWRENCE Temple University A. B. Spanish I, II, III Spanish Club Adviser HOLMAN Z. LEESE Shippensburg S. T. C. B. A. Physics and Vocational Math Boy's Athletic Club ALFRED LILIENFELD U. of Arizona Temple University B. S. Physical Education J. V. Football Coach Wrestling Coach MARY L. MENGES Gettysburg A. B., U. of P., M. A Cornell U., Iowa State U. English III and IV Dramatic Coach Dramatic Club Adviser GENEVIEVE NISEWONDER Shippensburg S. T. C. B. S. Bookkeeping I, II Ofhce. Practice l Salesmanship I Exploratory Commercial Dancing Club Adviser Business Adviser of Orange and Black Eight HAROLD L. REESE East Stroudsburg S. T. C. B. S. Health and Physical Education Head Coach of Football, Basket- ball, and Track FLORENCE A. REITZ Susquehanna U. B. S. Shorthand I, II Typing I, II Typing Club Adviser Y-Teen Adviser JACK H. SCHULER Lebanon Valley College Columbia University Bt. S, Instrumental Music Band and Orchestra , B. HENRY SHAFER Susquehanna U. A. B. Columbia U. M.A. American History Debate Coach Public Speaking Club Adviser H. ELIZABETH SPANGLER U. of P., R.sN. U. of Michigan School Nurse NORMAN Z. STONER Penn State Machine Shop Girl's Shop Club Adviser ELEANOR TURNER Mansfield S. T. C. B. S. Music and English Chorus and Operetta Coach Music Appreciation Club Adviser GERTRUDE V. WALKER Susquehanna U. A.B. Librarian Library Club Adviser GERALD WERTZ Penn State B. S. University of Minnesota Chemistry Chemistry Club Adviser Guidance Counselor Hi-Y Adviser MARY C. ZINN Edinboro S. T. C. B. S. Art and Related Art SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Naomi Faber, Nancy Erb, Anna Erb, Anne Wentz OFFICERS ANNA ERB .... .... P resident NANCY ERB . , . .... Vice-Presidenl ANNE WENTZ .... .... S ecretary NAOMI FABER . . .... Treasurer The Senior Class We banish cares and sadness and lurrz our memories back ' rw- I Nine The Senior loss History "As the days go by with swzflness that form the passing years ....... " It seems almost unbelievable that three very short years ago E. H. S. opened her portals to some trembling sophomores, who all too soon became seniors about to become the men and women of a rapidly changing world. We, as a class, feel that through our high school activities and re- sponsibilities we have gained much ex- perience which will help us reach the goal of all our hopes and expectations. In our sophomore year, which was crammed full of fun and hard work, we were well represented in football, basketball, and wrestling. "Excursion", our class play, gave promise of some real actors and ac- tresses. Our class musicians started the year right by their good work in the band, choruses, quartet, and trio-not to mention the talent we lent to the production of the never to be forgotten operetta, "The Merry Widow." At the close of the term, we joined the juniors in bidding farewell to the seniors at a Spring Formal. As juniors, we stalked the halls of Eich- elberger with a trifle more pomp. Football season found us cheering loud and long for the junior players. Class members, in the band and drill chorus, received our cheers and won the praises of everyone. A large percentage of the basketball, wrest- ling, baseball, and track teams was com- posed of junior athletes. Miss Menges directed our class play, "Tiger House", which was a definite success. Again our 672 love for music was evident when several members of our group had leading roles in "Blossom Time," another operetta to be remembered. Another year of great achieve- ments came to a close with the dreamy music and soft lights of the Sophomore- Junior Prom. Our senior year began with a "bang," as after football season we up-set all records in the election of a straight party ticket of girls to rule us. Our production of the play, "The Young in Heart" proved to be one of the most outstanding successes of our high school career. Many of us, as in the two previous years, served in the band, the choruses, the cheerleading squad, on the Orange and Black Staff, and on the Student Council. Again we accepted praises on be- half of those who participated in the pre- sentation of the operetta, "My Maryland." The sophomores and juniors gave us a farewell dance we shall long remember. Our Baccalaureate Service and our Cam- pus Day program ended the activities of our well spent days at E. H. S. Graduation couldn't have been finer, and it left us with happy memories. With high hopes we felt able to step forward to see what the world had to offer us. "To old high we pledge our favor, no honor shall she lack ..... " ROBERT ACHENBACH "Achey" Vocational Course You Are Always In My Heart Ambition: Mechanic Clubs: Chess 15 Boys' Ath- letic 25 Driving 3. Senior Play: Chairman of Scenery Committee. Operetta 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Football, ,I. V. 25 Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 35 Boys' Quartet 3. fan MDNT!!! 7:0 H:kLA"'b'? 2:4 "Rab 1 Aca t ic Course l logy 15 Boys' 1 ' fl Football, J. v. 1, 25 if' s Sports 1,25 Home Room sident 1, Vice-Presi- dent 2. . ,I ' 4 .s rbrain - vx QQ - Millionaire A 'Q 5 1 I , LOIS V. ARENTZ AKL0iS7! Academic Course Make Mine Music Ambition: Vocalist Clubs: Girls' Athletic 15 Typing 25 Music Appreciation 35 Sophomore Playg Operetta 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, and Y-Teens 35 Nomir Stati- Circulation Managerg Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Girls' Sports 15 Homeroom Treas- urer 2. CLIFFORD L. BAIR "Cliff" Academic Course Strike Up The Band Ambition: Study Music Clubs: Dancing 15 Study 25 Music Appreciation 35 Sopho- more Play5 Student Council 25 Boys' Bowling 2. HELEN L. BANKERT "Helen" Home Economics Course Painting the Clouds With Sunshine Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Red Cross Sewing 15 Needlework, Secretary 25 Study 3. LELAND S. BARNHART "Barney" Academic Course Sonata Ambition: Successful business man Clubs: Dramatic 15 Typing 25 Chemistry 35 Operetta !Orchestrab 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Boys' Bowling 2. WILLIAM J. BARNHART "Barney" General Course Billy Boy Ambition: Bar Tender Clubs: Biology 15 Boys' Athletic 2, 35 Varsity Base- ball 2, 35 Boys' Sports 1, 2, Captain 3. EV ELYN4 BARNITZ t V!! Commercial Course 'On The Sidewalks of New York Ambition: To Stay Happy Clubs: Typing 15 Glee 25 Debating and Public Speak- ing 35 Senior Play5 Operetta 1, 35 Nornir Stafi-Typist5 Gigs23Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, , . PHYLLIS M. BAUGHMAN uphylli Academic Course Smiling Through Ambition: Social Worker Clubs: Press 1, 2, Vice Pres. 35 Sophomore Play: Girl Reserves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, Make-up editor 2, 35 Nomir Staff- Associate editor5 Girls' Chorus 1: Home Room secretary 1, 2, and 35 Girls' Bowling 1. GLADYS P. BAUMGARDNER "Gladys" Home Economics Course I'll See Yon Again Clubs: Red Cross Sewing 11 Needlework 25 Study 3. JAMES E. BECK L4-limi! Academic Course jim bitio : C ' tist s udy 15 ' ooking, 35 Oran e d c rt Editor 2 ' N rn ff-Art Editor. UH CHARLES A. BECKER "Charles" Vocational Course Old Pal Ambition: Machinist Clubs: F. C. A. Sec.- Treas. 15 F. C. A. Vice Pres. 25 F. C. A. President 3. CONSTANCE M. BECKER "Connie" General Course Among My Souvenirs Ambition: Singer Clubs: Dancing 15 Girls' Athletic 2, 35 Sophomore playg Operetta 1, 2, 35 Girl Reser- ves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 15 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 3. HARRY J. BEMILLER HI-larry!! Vocational Course Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here Ambition: Life of Ease Clubs: Study 15 Boys' Athletic 25 Cooking 35 Foot- gag J. V. 15 Boys' Sports 1, BENJAMIN E. BERWAGER !lBen7! Academic Course I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire Clubs: Dancing 15 Typing 25 Pan American 35 Operetta 1, 25 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Sophomore Play: All- Star Play 2. Twelve BERL W. BIDDLE 44BerlIl Academic Course Racing with the Moon Ambition: College Clubs: Dancing 15 Letter- man's 2, Sec. 35 Boys' Chef 35 Operetta 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas. 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Boys' Quartet 1, 25 Home Room Pres. 35 Ath. Rep. 3. MARY L. BOLLINGER "Mary Lou" General Course With A Song In My Heart Ambition: Professional singer or teacher Clubs: Dancing 15 Bridge 25 Music Appreciation 35 Oper- etta 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, '2, 35 Girls' Trio 1, 2, 3. CHARLES W. BOYER uBillyn Commercial Course For He's A Jolly Good Fellow Ambition: Travel Clubs: Biology 15 Study 25 Study 3. DARYLE1 IM. CLAUSER "Pee Wee" Academic Course My Guy's Come Back Ambition: Nurse Clubs: Home Nursing 15 Sewing 25 Study 35 Girls' Chorus 1. SOPHIA J. CLOWE usophu Academic Course "Chloe" Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Home Nursing, Pres. 15 Typing 25 Music Appreciation, V. Pres. 35 Sophomore Play5 Girl Re- serves 1, 25 Operetta 35 Nornir Stall' - Photography5 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Girls' Sports 2. 35 Home Room Treas. 15 girls' Bowling 51, 2, 35 Y-Teens LAURA S. CROUSE "Dimples" Academic Course Laura Ambition: Physical Education Teacher Clubs: Girls' Athletic 13 Girls' Manager 23 Girls' Athletic, V. Pres. 33 Girl Re- serves 1, 23 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. DORIS J. DEAGEN "Chubby" Home Economics Course Ambition: Sleep Clubs: Dancing li Girls' Shop 23 Study 3. LORNA M. DIVINEY "Lorna" Academic Course My Devotion Ambition: Physical Education Teacher Clubs: Girls' Athletic 1, 2, Pres. 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2g Y-Teens 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2. 3. LESTER ML DOYLE, JR. tl eS7! Vocational Course Happy Go Lucky- , Ambition: Happy Go Lucky Clubs: F. C. A. 1, 2, 3. GEORGE E. EARNER "George" Academic Course O, Those Wild, Wild, Women 1 Ambition: College Clubs: Dancing 13 Alche- mist 23 Dramatic 33 Junior Play3 Senior Play: Football J. ZV. 23 Orange and Black 1, . Thirleen ARTHUR M. ECKERT "Skip" Academic Course You Must Have Been. A Beautiful Baby Ambition: Ten Thousand a Year Clubs: Letterman's 2, Treas. 33 Boys' Chef 33 Soph. Play3 Hi-Y 2, 33 Football- V. 1, 2, 33 Baseball Mgr. 13 Track 2, 33 O. and B.-Art Editor 33 Nornir Staff-Art Editcrg Boys' Sports 2, 33 H. R. Pres. 1, 2. DANIEL D. EHRHART III HDan!7 Academic Course Prisoner of Love Ambition: Doctor Clubs: Biology 13 Letter- man's 33 Rifle and Pistol 33 Soph. Class Pres.3 Soph. Play3 Hi-Y 1, 2, Sec. 33 Football J. V. 13 V. 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Student Council 13 Boys' Sports 2, 33 H. R. Pres. 23 Boys' Bowling 2. - ANNA J. ERB uDaneyn Academic Course Janie Ambition: To write a book Soph. Class Sec.3 Jr. Class V. Pres.3 Sr. Class Pres. Clubs: Girls' Athletic 1. 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 O. and B. 1, 2, 33 Nornir Stal?-Sports Editor3 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Drill Chorus 23 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. NANCY E. ERB "Nance" Academic Course They All Love Jack Ambition-College Jr. Class Sec.3 Sr. Class V. Pres.3 Clubs: Dancing, Pres. 13 Girls' Athletic 2, 33 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 13 Sec. 23 Y-Teens Treas. 33 O. and B. 33 Nornir Staff-Feature Edi- tor3 Student Council, Pres. 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. NAOMI M. FABER "False" Academic Course Yours Is My Heart Alone Ambition: College Sr. Class Treas.3 Clubs: Dancing 13 Girls' Athletic 2g Dramatics 33 Soph. Play3 Jr. Play3 Sr. Play3 Girl Re- serves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 O. and B. 1, 2. 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 H. R. Sec. 13 Girls' Bowling 1, 2. 3. THOMAS E. FISSEL 4KT0m!7 Vocational Course Sleepy Head Ambition: State Policeman Clubs: F. C. A. 15 Bridge 25 Driving 35 Letterman's 35 Sophomore Play: Football J. V. 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 35 Boys' Bowling 2. SALLY A. FLICKINGER llsallylf Academic Course I Wonder What's Become of Sally Ambition: Travel Clubs: Dancing 15 Bridge 25 Dramatics 35 Sophomore Play5 Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 1, 2. WILLIAM FORNEY "Min" Vocational Course Darktown Poker Club Ambition: Life of ease Clubs: Boys' Athletic 1, 25 Boys' Cooking 35 Boys' Sports 1. 2. 3. CHARLOTTE V. F UHRMAN "Charlotte" Academic Course A Gal In Calico: Clubs: Study 1, 2, 35QGirls' Chorus 1. EARL H. FUHRMAN "Earl" Academic Course Bicycle Built For Two , Ambition: Airline Pilot Clubs: Photography 15 Boys' Athletic 2, 35 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 35 Boys' Bowling 2. Fourteen J. WINIFRED FULCO "Winnie" Commercial Course The Sunshine of Your smile. Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Dancing 15 Glee 25 Study 35 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. DONALD I. GEIMAN KADOUYI Vocational Course That Old Pal of Mine Ambition: To be a United States Marine Clubs: F. C. A. 1, 2, 35 Boys' Sports 2, 3. CONSTANCE E. GRAHAM "Connie" Commercial Course They Say It's Wonderful Ambition: Typist Clubs: Dancing 15 Glee 25 Girls' Athletic-V. President 35 Operetta 1, 25 Girl Reserves- 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Home Room Vice President 3. NILA D. GRIM "Nila" Commercial Course Slowly Ambition: Bank Bookkeeper Clubs: Dramatic 1: Press 25 Press-Sec.-Treas. 35 Girl Re- serves 25 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 2, Business Man- ager 35 Nornir Staff-Senior' Editor5 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Sports 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 2. RICHARD J. I-IAHN "Dick" Academic Course Open The Door, Richard Ambition: State Investigator Clubs: Dancing 15 Letter- man's 2, 35 Rifle and Pistol- Pres. 35 Class Treasurer 15 V. Football 1, 25 Wrestling 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Nornir Staff- Sports Editorg Student Coun- cil Treasurer 35 Home Room Treasurer 15 V. Pres. 25 Boys' Bowling 2. NANCY R. HAMM "Nance" Academic Course Somewhere In The Night Ambition: Oral Hygienist Clubs: Dancing 13 Bridge 23 Typing 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1. HAROLD HARTLAUB "Harold" Vocational Course It's Been A Long Long Time Ambition: Furniturre Business Clubs: Photography 13 Biology-V. Pres. 23 Rifle and Pistol and Letterman's Club 3g Football, J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 33 Wrestling 1, 33 Nornir Staff-Senior Editor3 Boys' Sports 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS HASSLERI 44 im!! Vocational Course Jim Ambition: Electrician Clubs: Camera 13 F. C. A. 2, 3. SARA M. HAVERSTOCK "Sara" Commercial Course My Bill Ambition: Housewife Clubs: Dancing lg Study 2, Study 3. DARTHY M. HEINDEL "Dot" Commercial Course If You Were The Only Girl In The World Ambition: Stenographer Clubs: Dancing 13 Drama- tic 23 Girls' Shop 33 Girl Re- serves 1, 2, Y-Teens 33 Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. F zfteen WW s E O DRIC 1 ll yi! A 'itio - oGet toun Cl b nIsFz e HELEN HELTEBRIDLE "Helen" Academic Course More Than You Know Ambition: Department Store Buying Clubs: Photography lg Typing 2: Rifle Club Secre- ary 33 Y-Teens 3: Nornir Staff-Art Editor: Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Sports 2, 33 Operetta 3. BETTY L, HENRY nBettyn Commercial Course Scatterbrain Ambition: Typist Clubs: Home Nursing 13 Study 2,3 Study 3. RAYMOND E. HENRY H-Iake77 Vocational Course Anchors Aweigh Clubs: Dancing 13 Boys' Cooking 23 J. V. Football 1 and 2. MARK E. HILBERT "Frog Jr." Vocational Course Bull dog on the Bank and the Bull Frog in the Pool Ambition: A draftsman Clubs: Dancing 1: Boys' Cooking 2: Rifle Club--V. 1ire5s.333 Hi-Y 33 Boys' Sports . 'r ' . 3g Girls Spo , 3 Mixe Chor s 3. 1 JOHN HOTZ lKJohn7Y Commercial Course Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken Ambition: Designer Clubs: Study 1, 2, 3. JEAN KEMPER "Jeannie" Home Economics Course Dream Ambition: Homemaker Clubs: Girls' Athletic 15 Study 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1: Girls' Sports 2. MIRIAM KERCHNER 4l4Mim97 Home Economics Course Miriam Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Home Nursing 1: Study 2. 3, OSCAR N. KNIPEL uBugSn Academic Course I Wanta Get Married Ambition: Salesman Clubs: Press lg Bridge 23 Dramatics 35 Sophomore Play: Junior Play: Senior Play, Operetta 23 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Orange and Black lg Band 1, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus lg Mixed Chorgs 1, 2, 3: Boys' Quartet 1, 2, . NANCY L. KRAFT uNanCyn Commercial Course Nancy With the Laughing Face Ambition: Bookkeeper Clubs: Dancing lg Study 25 Girls' Shop-Pres. 33 Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 35 Nornir Staff-Typist: Girls' Sports 1, 2: Home Room V. Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Sec.-Treas. 3. S ixleen 'Fm .i EARL KRUG "Earl" Academic Course Rainbow Over Texas Ambition: Athlete Clubs: Chess 1, 29 Boys' Athletic 3. BURNELL A. KRUMRINE, JR. KAJerkH Academic Course With My Head In The Clouds Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Clubs: Biology 1: Chess 2: Modern Alchemists, Pres. 3: Sophomore Play: Senior Play: Boys' Sports 3: Boys' Bowling 2: Student Council 23 Operetta 3. RICHARD KUNTZ Ilspikell Vocational Course Open the Door, Richard Ambition: Carpenter Clubs: Boys' Cooking 1, 25 Study 3. DORIS LAUGHMAN "Dot" Home Economics Course I Want a Gal, Just Like the Gal That Married Dear Old Dad Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Girls' Athletic 1: Study 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1: Girls' Sports 1. PAUL LAWYER "Paul" Vocational Course What Do You Do In The Infantry Ambition: Join Army Clubs: Hobby lg F. C. A. 2, 3. CHARLES W. LEPPO uBillyn Academic Course Billy Boy Ambition: Schoolteacher Clubs: Dramatics 1, 25 Public Speaking 3: Sophomore Playg Junior Play: Senior Playg4Operetta 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Normr Staff-Editor-in-Chief 3 D. A. R. American History Awardg Ministerium Award: Home Room President 3. DOROTHY E. LEPPO "Hemi" Academic Course I'm a Big Girl Now Ambition: Travel to Switzerland Clubs: Dancing 15 Girls' Athletic 2, 33 Senior Play: Girl Reserves 1, 2g Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 3: Girls' Spgrti 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1, , . RAYMOND LEPPO llLeplY Vocational Course Ramon Ambition: Travel Clubs: Hobby 1: Cooking 2: Study 3. BETTY LOOKENBILL llBet-ty!! General Course The Skaler's Waltz Ambition: Skater, Dancing 1 Clubs: Dancing 15 Study 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 15 Girls' Sports 1. RUTH LUCKENBAUGH "Ruthie" Sweet and Lovely General Course Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Typing 1: Study 23 Typing 3. LOIS E. MARKLE At-Lois!! Commercial Course Smart Liltle Thing Ambition: Secretary to a Dentist Clubs: Home Nursing 15 Glee 2, Girls' Shop 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Nornir Staff-Head Typist: Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Home Room Secretary 1. MALCOLM MARKLE 14MaClI Vocational Course Hail, Hail the Gang's All Here Ambition: Mechanic Clubs: Hobby lg F. C. A. 2, 35 Football J. V. 2: Varsity Football 35 Track 1. M. ,IANE MARTIN llMary7Y Academic Course Symphony In qt? Ambition: Co ge . Clubs: Press lg Dramatic 2, Vice Pres. 33 Sophomore Playg Junior Play, Senior Play: Girl Reserves 1, 2g Y- Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, Co-Editor, Features 3g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Home Roong Pres. 2g Girls' Bowling 1, 2, . DORIS MCMANUS "Doris" Academic Course When Irish Eyes Are Smiling ' Ambition: Physical Ed. Teacher 2 Clubs: Dancing 1, Girls' Athletic 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL MILLER "Russ" i Academic Course l Anchors Aweigh 4 Wrestling 1, 2: Track 1, 2. S evenleen MARY B, MILLER KKMary!! Commercial Course Can't Help Loving that Man Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Dancing 1: Study 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Home :Room Pres. 1: Girls' Bowling THOMAS MOUL "Tom" Vocational Course Little Tommy Tucker Ambition: To Travel Clubs: F. C. A. 1, 2, 3, CAROLYN E. MUMMERT "Carolyn" Commercial Course Kitten on the Keys Ambition: To succeed Clubs: Press 1, 2, Sec. 3, Pres.: Dramatic 2: Sophomore Play: Operetta 3: Girl Re- serves 1, 2: Orange and Black 1, Assist. Editor 2, Editor-in- Chief 3: Student Council 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1. DORIS L. MUMMERT "Doris" Commercial Course Stand Up and Cheer Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Girls' Athletic 1, 2. 3: Girl Reserves 1: Girls' -Chorus 1: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3: Home Room Vice Pres. 2: 'Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. LORETTA F. MUMMERT "Loretta" Commercial Course Two Hearts Are Better Than One ' ' Ambition: Typist 'Clubsz Photography 1: 'Study 2, 3. PEARL M. MUNTZ "Pearl" Academic Course String of Pearls Ambition: House Wife Clubs: Home Nursing l: Girls' Athletic 2: Psychology 3: Girl Reserves l: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Sports l, 2, 3. JEAN L. MYERS "Jeanie" Academic Course I Dream of Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair Ambition: Phys. Ed. teacher Clubs: Home Nursing, Sec. 1: Girls' Athletic 2, 3: Sophomore Play: Operetta 1, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1. 3: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3. MARTHA MYERS 4lMartys9 Academic Course My Hero Ambition: Homemaker Clubs: Dancing 1: Bridge 2: Driving 3: Sophomore Play: Senior Play: Operetta 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3: Home Room Officer, Treas. 2, Sec.-Treas. 3: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. SUSAN MYERS "Sue" Academic Course If You Knew Susie Ambition: Airline Stewardess Clubs: Dancing 1: Girls' Athletic 2, 3: Sophomore Play: Operetta 1, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1, 3. A. MARILYN OLIVER "Marilyn" Academic Course My Heart Stood Still" Ambition: Commercial Artist Clubs: Girls' Athletic 2, 3: Y-Teens 3: Nornir Staff-Art Editor: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Sports 2, 3. EDWARDIEENNEWILL General Course Penny Serenade Ambition: To travel through the U. S. Clubs: Biology 13 Boys' Cooking 23 Chemistry 33 Band 1, 2,333 Hi-Y 33 Boys' Sports 1, 2, . AUDREE S. PISLE tl is!! Academic Course Curley Head Ambition: Nurse Clubs: Library 1, 2, 33 Operetta 3g Mixed Chorus 3. CLETUS C. REBERT "Clete" Academic Course Brazen Little Raisin Ambition: Schoolteacher Clubs: Press 13 Spanish 23 Debating and Public Speak- ing 33 Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Drill Chorus 23 Operetta 2, 33 Senior Play: Hi-Y 3. JOHN REDDING ll-Iohnn Vocational Course Solitude Ambition: Mechanic Club: F. C. 'A. 1, 2, 3. PATSY L. REESE "Pat" Home Economics Course Baby Face Ambition: Working Clubs: Dancing lg Girls' Athletic 23 Driving 33 Girl Reseigves 1, 23 Girls' Sports '7""" Nineteen CHARLOTTE M. REICHART "Chats" Home Economics Course Ain't She Sweet Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Dancing lg Bridge 23 Driving 33 Home Room Vice Pres. 1. MARGARET REICHART i'Margie" Academic Course Margie Clubs: Typing 13 Bridge 23 Study 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 2. HA OL 7 RES ft 'J I gl sv I 3 N IU ,f .,, ,, , fx: ' N r: f' ra 'r'..l' ,lg fix ' 1-vs . NADINE B. RESH "Deanie" Home Economics Course Am I Worried? Ambition: Artist Clubs: Dancing 13 Girls' Shop 23 Study 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2: Girls' Bowling 1. JEANNE E. RICE "Betty" Academic Course I'm Saving Myself for Bill Ambition: Dietician Clubs: Typing 13 Bridge 2g Physcology 33 Operetta 1, 33 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Y-Teens Pres. 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Home Room Pres. 13 Vice President 2, 3. JAMES R. RIGHTMIRE "Gopher" Academic Course Jim Ambition: Physical Ed. Instructor Clubs: Letterman's 1, 23 Dramatic Club Sec.-Treas. 33 Sophomore Piayj Senior Play: 'Operetta 2, 33 Hi-Y 33 Foot- fball 1, 23 Basketball J. V. 1, Varsity 23 Nornir Staff- Photography3 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Boys' Sports 2, 3. REBECCA V. RINKER "Becky" Academic Course Temptation Ambition: Nursing Clubs: Typing 13 Girls' Athletic 23 Alchemist Sec.- Treas. 33 Sophomore Play3 Junior Play: Senior Play3 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Home Room Secretary 33 Girls' Bowling 1. 2. 3: Cheer- leader 3. MONA J. ROBERTS in-lean!! Commercial Course Cherry Ambition: To Travel Clubs: Girls' Athletic 13 Study 2, 33 Nornir Staff-- Photographyg Girls' Sports 1. 33 Girls' Bowling l, 3. HELENA ROHRBAUGH "Helena" Home Economics Course I'll Ge! By Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Red Cross Sewing 13 Needlework 23 Study 3. ELEANOR J. SCHOLL "Ellie" Academic Course Who Ambition: School Teacher Clubs: Dancing 13 Girls' Athletic 23 Music Apprecia- tion 33 Operetta 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1. MARY ELLEN SCHUMAN "Schumie" Academic Course The Dreamer Ambition: Music Teacher Clubs: Home Nursing, Vice Pres. 13 Typing 23 Music Ap- preciation 33 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 23 Ex- change Editor 33 Nornir Staff -Senior Editor3 Student Council l, 23 Secretary 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Drill Chorus 2, Girls' Bowling 33 Debating 3. JUNE L. SENTZ ihlunen General Course June Brought the Roses Ambition: Model Clubs: Girls' Athletic 13 Spanish 231,Driving 3. FREELAND E. SHAFFER Llsupeli Academic Course ChatterBox Ambition: Electrical Engineer Clubs: Dancing 13 Typing 23 Rifle and Pistol 33 Sopho- more Play3 Nornir Staff- Circulation Manager3 Boys' Sports 23 Captain 33 Home Room, Vice Pres. 33 Boys' Bowling 2. TRUYDE M. SHANABROOK :'skip" Academic Course Cielto Lindo Ambition: Librarian Clubs: Library, Sec. 1, Pres. 2, 33 Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2 3 Operetta 3. MILDRED N. SHOLL "Millie" Commercial Course Heartaches Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Dancing 13 Study 2, 33 Girls' Sports 23 Home Room Sec. 23 Band 1, 2, 3. BERNARD SMITH "Smittie" Vocational Course! Clubs: F. C. A. 1, 2, 3. JOHN R. SMITH "Frankie" Academic Course Stand Up And Cheer Ambition: School Clubs: Dramatic 1, 2, 35 Press 25 Sophomore Play5 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Track 15 'Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Nornir 'Staff-Senior Editor: Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Boys' Quartet 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Home Room Vice President 1. RUSSELL B. SMITH, JR. "Smitty" Vocational Course Rustle of Spring Ambition: Salesman Clubs: Dancing 15 Letter- man's 25 Rifle and Pistol 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. SNYDER "Stevie" Academic Course Love Letters Ambition: Stenographer Clubs: Dancing 15 Bridge 25 Dramatic 35 Junior Play: Senior Play: Girl Reserves 15 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, 25 Circulation Manager 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Home Room Treas, 2. BETTY E. SPONSELLER uBettyu Commercial Course Moonlight Becomes You Ambition: Typist Clubs: Dancing 15 Glee 25 Shop 35 Girls' Bowling 3. Twenly-one BERYL D. STAUFFER rrBeryIrr Academic Course ' Symphony Ambition: To play in a Big Time Band Clubs: Dancing 15 Boys' Cooking 25 Driving 35 Letter- man's 35 Boys' Sports, Cap- tain 1, 2, 35 Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 35 Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 35 Boys' Bowling 25 Band l, 2, 35 Sophomore Play. BETTY ANN STERNER uBettyu Academic Course 5 One Alone Ambition: Travel Clubs: Camera 15 Press 25 Music 35 Orange and Black 2, 35 Home Room Vice Pres. 25 Girls' Bowling 3. MARY K. STERNER "Marie" Home Economics Course Sophisticated Lady Ambition: Beautician Clubs: Sewing 15 Needle- work 2: Study 3. DOROTHY M. STINE "Cookie" Commercial Course The Man I Love Ambition: Typist l Clubs: Dancing 15 Bridge 25 Driving 35 Operetta 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Nornir Staff-Feature Edl- tor5 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Drill Chorus 25 Girls' Trio 1, 2, 35 Home Room President 3. NORMA I. STONER "Norma" Home Economics Course Guilty Ambition: Travel Clubs: Dancing 15 Girls' Athletic 25 Dramatic 35 Girl Reserves 1, 25 Y-Teens 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 1, 2. ARLUS Y. STONESIFER ii is!! Academic Course 1'll Be Around ' Ambition: 'Own an Ice Cream Parlor 1 Clubs: Dancing 13 Library, Sec. 23 Vice Pres. 33 Girl Re- serves 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 Girls' Sports 1, 23 Girls' Bowling 2. JOHN C. STONESIFER "Stony" Academic Course My Nancy Wilh the Laugh- ing Face Ambition: Travel around the World Junior Class President. Clubs: Letterman's 1, V. Pres., 2, Pres. 33 Practical Psychology 33 Hi-Y 1, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Football. J. V. 1, Varsity 2, 33 Basket- ball, J. V. 13 Varsity 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Home Room, V. Pres. 1, Pres. 23 Treas. 3. ROBERT J. STONESIFER KsB0bl! General Course Roaming Ambition: Travel Clubs: Dancing 13 Boys' Athletic 23 Chemistry 33 Foot- ball J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 33 Boys' Sports 1, 2. JERE R. SWAM "Jere" Academic Course Caledonia Clubs: Press 13 Photo- graphy 23 Rifie and Pistol 33 Hi-Y 33 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Baseball Manager 2 and 3. MARIAN SWARTZ "Marian" Academic Course I'll Walk Alone Clubs: Typing 13 Glee 23 Study 3. Twenty-two PHILIP J. SWARTZBAUGH "Phil" Academic Course Tha! Guy With a Slide Trombone Ambition: Music Specialist Clubs: Dancing 13 Cooking 23 Rifle and Pistol Treas. 33 Hi-Y 2 and 33 Nornir Staff- Business Manager3 Boys' Sports 1. 2, 33 Boys' Quartet 1, 2, 33 Boys' Bowling 2. BETTY J. THIERET uBettyn Home Economics Course Through the Years Ambition: Governess Clubs: Girls' Athletic 1, 23 Study 3. MARY C. UNGER "Cassie" Commercial Course The Lass With The Delicate Air Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Photography 13 Girls' Glee 23 Girls' Shop 33 Home Room Sec.-Treas. 3. ANNE K. WEAVER "Weaver" Academic Course Make Believe Ambition: Own the store at the creek Clubs: Dancing 13 Girls' Athletic 2, 33 Girl Reserves' 1, 23 Y-Teens 33 Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 33 Girls' Bowling 1, 2. MARIAN A. WENDLER uMamf! Academic Course Myliuddy Ambition: To obtain a MRS. degree Clubs: Press 1, 2. 3g Sopho- more Playg ,Tunior Playg Orange and Black 1, 2, Co- Editor, Features 33 Nornir Staff - Photography3 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girls' Sports 1, 23 Home Room Secretary 13 Girls' Bowling 23 Debating Team 3. ANNE T. WENTZ "Wentzie" Academic Course There is No Breeze Ambition: Air Hostess Senior Class Secretary. Clubs: Home Nursing 1, Typing 2: Music Apprecia- tion Pres. 3: Opcretta 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2: T-Yeens 3: Orange and Black 3: Nor- nir Staff-Business Manager: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Drill Chorus 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3: Girls' Trio 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. SHERMAN Sllz. WILDASIN K ip1Y Academic Course I'm Just a Shy Guy Ambition: Archeologist Clubs: Dancing 1: Boys' Cooking 2g Biology 3: Sopho- more Play: Junior Play: Se- nor Playg Hi-Y 2, 33 Boys' Sports 2, 3: Boys' Bowling 2. NORMA J. WISE "Pris" Academic Course Danny Boy Ambition: To become a Mrs. Clubs: Dancing lg Bridge 2: Study 3: Senior Play, Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 3, Orange and Black 1, 23 Girls' Sports 1, 2. NED M. WITMER lloskli Academic Course Blow The Man Down Ambition: To become an electrical or industrial engineer Clubs: Dancing 1: Typing 2: Biology, Sec.-Treas. 3: Soghgmore Play 3 Boys' Sports 1, , . W' . Twenty-three CRAIG R. WONDER "Rex" Academic Course The Texas Cowboy Ambition: Life of ease Clubs: Dancing 1, Chess 2, Rifie and Pistol 3, Band 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Play: Senior Play: Operetta 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. VIVIAN I. YINGLING ltViv7! Academic Course Wanting You. Ambition: Nurse Clubs: Home Nursing .15 Spanish 2, Music Apprecia- tion 3g Girl Reserves 1, 2: Y-Teens 3, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY M. ZEPP i4D0tl, Commercial Course Tea For Two ' Ambition: Secretary to dentist Clubs: Dancing 1: Study 2 Driving 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2 Y-Teens 3: Nornir Staff-: Typist: Girls' Sports 1, 2 Girls' Bowling 1. JANET L. ZEPP ujanetn Commercial Course Zippedity Doo Dah Ambition: Secretary Clubs: Dancing 1, Study 2 Driving 3: Girl Reserves 2 Y-Teens 3: Girls' Sports 1. In Mrmnriam JOHN HERBERT BOSTION - 15 YEARS BORN - JANUARY 10, 1930 DIED - JANUARY 11, 1945 Twenty-four The Class Of 1948 Frank Moore, Philip Stonesifer, Patricia Ernst, Wilbur Gobreclit iii 4 OFFICERS V 1 , I i WILBUR GOBRECHT ..r.... Pfesfdenf WWII. FRANK MOORE ...,,.... Vice-President I f ',f',r PATRICIA ERNST .....,..... Secretary I I l iris If PHILIP STONESIFER ...... Treasurer fm by X I Q, Slill we Pledge ourselves defenders of the Orange and the Black Twenly-five unior Class H iszfory In the fall of '46, we, as juniors, once again entered the familiar halls of our be- loved E. H. S. with the hope of accomplish- ing greater and better things than we had achieved during the preceding year. The first event, which attracted much attention during our junior year, was the election of class oflicers. The returns of the election were announced at a dance held on November 5. During the year many boys participated in athletics. Some took part in the fall and winter sports, football, basketball, and wrestlingg others participated in the spring sports, baseball, and track. Many of our boys and girls, who partici- pated in dramatics and music, not only enacted roles in our sophomore play, "Tiger House", but also took part in our junior play, "Every Family Has One." Many members of our class contributed to the success of the operetta, "My Maryland", which was presented in the latter part of April. Having said farewell to the seniors at the Sophomore Junior Prom, we, the class of '48, look into the future, when we too will depart from our enjoyable and well- spent years at E. H. S. Twenty-six First Row G. Markle, R. Millheim, E. Miller, R. Reese, F. Moore, H. Masemer, E. Moul, F. Neiderer, H. Price, W. Mtckley, R. Redding, Mummert. Serond Ron' -W. Neidhammer, H. Resh, A. Parr, M. A. Shoemaker. J. Pennewill. D. Price, B. Masenheimer, B. Mummert, M. Rebert, J. Barnes, J. Alban, L. Resser, G. Mathias. C. Smeak. Third Hou' G. Rickrode. M. Bowersox. B. Berwager. B. Baker. J. Blccher. R. Brown, O. Black. L. Aumen. G. Rebert. P. Noble. Reigle. J. Newman. M. Rightmire, R. Richter. Firsi Hou' -R. Garrett. M. Fasnacht, M. Good. C. Bechtel. M. Dietz, J. Fisher. H. Culp, G. Bemiller, E. Bixler. C. Buie. Sffr-ond ROII'fR. Forrey, J. Frock, D. Garrett, L. Good, R. Fake. W. Gobrecht. H. Colestoek, D. Aulthouse. H. Fuhrman, P. Comitz, D. Fuhrman. Third lfoue M. L. Garrett, A. Grove, L. Doyle, M. C. Gulden. E. Formwalt, G. Ferree, J. Brown, C. Gladfelter. A. Sheets, C. Shaffer. P. Gobreeht, D. Fulco. Fourth Row--J. A. Fox. R. Dubbs, M. Wisensale, B. Arentz, V. Eline, Glant, M. Eichelberger, V. Froek, F. Garrett, M. Hart, A. Aulthouse, A. Cleveland, C. Funk. Twerzly-seven First Row- D. Stuffle, R. Zumbrum, D. Staub, R. Trone, P. Stonesifer, l. Sowers, W. Therit, B. Sterner, C Zinn, H. Warehime. Second Row---B. Weaver, C. Stetter, M. Smith, D. Wolfe, E. Cooley, B. Wildasin, P Sterner, H. Stauffer, E. Leonard, D. Nace, Y. Soullaird. Third RowfM. Yost, D. Shriver, E. Swartz, E. Sterner, P. Wildasin, B. Snyder, E. Thoman, C. Wagamari, B. Smith, M. Taylor. Firsi I?owfG. Bair. I. Brown. N. Kranzdorf, L. Hershey, R. Hartlaub, N. Cline. R. Laird, D. LeFevre, W Bittinger. E. Bump. C. Hubley. W. Hoover. Sevond Row -M. Jensen. M. liarlus, N. Jones, F. Kopp, S. Leppo M. Laughman, M. Keeney, J. Bolin, J. Little, J. Hoke. B. Arentz. Third liou-fJ. Folmer, V. Krug. G. Hyde D. igacobs. J. Lau, M. Frock, N. Ketterman, D. Markle, D. Leister, P. Leese, P. Artley, H. Kessler, E. Leonard E. ange. Twenty-eight The Sophomore Class M.- 'FA X li OFFICERS ,g f BERNARD BOWMAN . . .President , ' R 2 CHARLES MARKLE ..... Vz'ce-President r,f :J,. 4 QL- HELEN NAILL ......... secfezmy A A'A " 'AA' JOAN ALLEMAN ....... Treasurer L, Bernard Bowman, Joan Alleman, Helen Naill, Charles Markle Through the three long years of High School IJJJJV Vffl Twenty-nine Sophomore Class H iszfory After nine long years, we were at last SOPHOMORES and members of the Eich- elberger High School Student Body. ' We spent our first few days looking for strange rooms and getting acquainted with high school methods. Finally we settled down to the business of furthering our education. High school presented many new things, such as failure lists, more and bigger books, and the election of class oiicers by parties and campaigning. The sophomore class was represented by the following two par- ties: "The 49'ers" and the "Snaps," Two members from each party were elected. We were proud of having so many of our sophomore fellows playing football in both the Varsity and J. V. squadsg and as for backing up the team, we are certain that neither juniors nor seniors could possibly have been more enthusiastic rooters. Foot- ball was not the only sport in which the sophomores participated. They were active in all sports. Nor were the boys the only sports-inclined "sophs." A large percent- age of the girls took part in intramural sports. We were kept busy socially by the nu- merous parties and dances the school spon- sored. Many of us worked hard on the committees which planned these social events and carried them to a successful conclu- sion. . The 187 members of the sophomore class are proud of their achievements in their first year of high school. We are sure we have made good sophomores, and we face with confidence the prospects of our junior and senior years. Thirly First Row' -- E. J. Hilbert, R. Eline, R. Frock, G. Houck, J. Geiman, H. Hess, L. Fuhrman, H. Yost, N. Kline Second Ron'-F. Neail. D. Rudisill, R. Gruver. P. Gise. W. Hershey. I. Geiselman. R. Forsythe, W. Gitt D. Henry. Third Rozrf R. Hoke, M. Gardner, J. Hetrick. D. Spangler. H. Fritz, A. Good. B. Flickinger S. Fecser, J. Hilbert. Fourth Ifowfj. Fleming, S. Eckert. G. Trone, J. Garrett, J. Hoke, J. Wintrode, D Shimette, D. Zuechner. J. Harner, B. Eichelberger, J. Esaley. First Row--f B. Bowman, M. Dietz, H. Birgensmith, D. Wine, R. Allewelt, E. Becker, D. Bankert, R. Becker, C. Blocher, M. Warner, J. Bethas. Second Row+G. Willet, M. Diehl, C. Doyle, A. Baumgardner, P. Brown, D. Bankert. H. Crosswhitc, E. Dubbs, A. Banlcert, R. Caler, E. Brilhart, N. Asper, D. Warner. Third Row- M. Staub. P. Bealing. L. Warren. W. Wildasin. R. We-ndler. K. Walton, W. Wentz. S. Benford, J. Brady. Fourfh R011---J. Alwine, G. Bream. M. Berwager, J. Bollinger, E. Bemiller. E. Altland, J. Bair, E. Brown, J. Alleman, N. Bradley. M. Coulson. E. Yingling. Thirty-one Fzfrsl Hou.---H. Thomas, C. Schue, M. Sterner, R. Rabenstine, R. O'Neill, C. Noble, H. Myers, R. Moul, S, Thicrct, W. Shaner. Serond Row -L. Shearer, E. Teal, N. Resscr, G. Shorh, L. Murnmert, R. Sanders, R. Strausbaugh, F. Rightmire. R. Rodkey, W. Strcinmel. K. Mummert. Third Row -N. Reed, J. Oliver, M. Newman, M. Reck, B. Rehert, l. Teal, D. Strcvig, J. Shanabrook, V. Taylor, IJ. Scott, N. Perry. Fourth Rozrf-fD. Topper, N. Musselman, G. Stuffle, N. Rinker, N. Nitchman, J. Mummert, J. Trite, J. Munson, P. Miller, P. Rohrbaugh, A. Roth, H. Naill. First Hou'-J. Starner, R. Sipe, Jr.. H. Starner. O. Mehring, R. Stahl, J. Husson, C. Leese, N. Kline. D. Smith, C. Miller. Serond Ron--R. Smith, P. Stambaugh. L. Smith. R. Kline. J. Lehigh, N. Keeney, P. Keller. L. Markle. D. Knaub, D. Louey. Third Hou'-C. McCleaf, S. King, L. Shue, H. Shorb, J. Sterner, Y. Huf- naglc, D. Leisler, P. Loose, M. Miller, L. Lucabaugh. Fourth RowWE. Klinedinst, A. Miller, D. Lansinger C. Marquet, J. Keller, B. Mange. A. Miller, B. Kuhn, J. Smith, V. Sipe, J. Kopp, G. Laughman. Thirty-Iwo in Q96 I W L 'T I -4 Sports When we win athletic Z'1.Cl071.6S on floor or field or track . . . Thirty-three FOOTBALL MANAGER AND COACHES Mr. Brubaker, Manager, Mr. Wierman, Mr. Reese, Mr. Lilienfeld, Mr. Meyers. VARSIT Y FOO TBALL TEAM First Row-C. Markle, R. Stonesifer, C. Miller, N. Krarxzdorf, J. Brady, R. Gruver, M. Markle, E. Miller R. Smith. Second RowfCoach Meyers, H. Thomas, R. Reese, N. Cline, A. Eckert, D. Le Fevre, G. Mathias J. Stonesifer, B. Biddle, Coach Reese. Third Row-P. Gise, F. Rightmire, W. Gobrecht, A. Resh, E. Teal F. Moore, G. Yingling, H. Yost. Thirty-four HAWKS DEFEATED DELONE CATHOLIC 13-7 AS 5000 WATCHED Jack Moore scored twice in the second quarter as Hanover triumphed before a record crowd. An inter- cepted pass gave the Squires their only touchdown. Each team made eight first downs. Wilbur Gobrecht got away on a reverse to travel 23 yards for a first on the Delone ten. A fumble by the Squires proved fatal to them. The ball was recovered by Jack Stonesifer on the Hanover 17. IMPROVED HANOVER ELEVEN DEFEATED HOUNDS, 18 TO 0 Hawks triumped over Shippensburg in first Southern Pennsylvania Conference game. The Hawks second game showed improvement over the whipping they gave Delone Catholic High. Their blocking was better and they showed to better advantage in most other departments. A long pass, tossed by Jack Moore, was received by Berl Biddle and carried to Shippensburg's 20, gaining 47 yards. GETTYSBURG UPSETS HAWKS STONE WALL 7-6, IN CONFERENCE FRAY A stubborn Maroon team registered a surprise victory before 4,000 on fair grounds grid for the first time since 1936. Although the Hawks led in first downs, the Battlefield boys were led to a win by Joe Hess, who pulled one spin- ner after another. uf, MECHANICSBURG WON OVER HANOVER HIGH, 18-0 The Hawks bowed without a struggle in the South Penn Conference game, which was played before 2,200 fans on their home field. The home team showed some scrap near the end of the game, when Earl Teal carried the ball to the 6 inch line only to have the time run out. Thirty-six CHAMBERSBURG TROJANS DOWNED HAWKS, 32 T0 0 The Hill gridders succumbed to superior strength after a stubborn fight. Coach Bob Beard's team used sky route to gain their first three touchdowns when Hanover halted their ground attack. The Hawks nearly matched the opponents in first downs, having 7 to the Trojans 9. NIGHTHAWKS TURNED BACK COLUMBIA CRIMSON, 14-0 Coming out of the losing rut seemed comparatively easy for the Hawks. Jack Moore and Alvin Resh each made a touchdown in the first half. Columbia's veteran homecoming game was witnessed by 2,500 fans, who enjoyed an interesting non-conference fray. CARLISLE HIGH DOWNED HAWKS The Hill Gridders bowed, 33-7, after taking an early- game lead before 4,000 fans on the Cumberland grid. Carlisle ran into trouble at the start of the game and played practically the entire frame with their back to the wall. The Hanover line played exceptionally well to help score in the first period as Resh went over for the touch- down. CHAMPS BEAT HAWKS, 48-12 Hanover closed its home season by bowing to the Hershey Trojans before 3,000 fans on fair grounds. The conference champions took an early lead on the Bunker Hill Boys, who tried hard but met with no success. The Hawks' touchdowns were made by Resh and Moore. HAWKS DEFEATED WAYNESBORO, 33-19, IN SEASON'S FINALE The Hill Gridders quit the South Penn Conference cellar for sixth placefRightmire and Geesaman starred. The players didn't have an opportunity to get their fingers warmed before Waynesboro had the first touch- down. Hal Reese presented a revamped lineup, and it showed to better advantage than any combination designed this fall. The starting backfield was composed of Cocky Yingling, quarterbackg J ack Moore and Wilbur Go- brecht, Halfbacks, and Whitey Rightmire, who was moved from quarter to fullback. Thirty-seven B. Rinker. M. Jensen, M. We-isensale, M. Rightmire. J. Smith. J, Lemmon, E. Hendricks, C. Becker Cheerleaders Elenora Hendricks, Connie Becker, Re- becca Rinker, Nancy Ketterman, Madeline Rightmire, Margaret Jensen, Janet Lemmon, Mary Weisensale, and John Smith led the cheers when the going got tough on the football field or the basketball Hoor. Favo- rite cheers were: THE OLD LOCOMOTIVE Rah-Rah-Rah-Rah H-a-n-o-V-e-r Rah - Rah - Rah - Rah H-a-n-o-V-e-r Rah - Rah - Rah - Rah H-a-n-0-v-e-r YEA! TEAM! LITTLE TIGER Little Tiger, Wheeee BIG TIGER, WOW! fee WT High, Wheeee HANOVER HIGH, WOW! Thirty-ez'ghl First Row :-WW. Gobrecht, R. Reese, .l. Stonesifer, B. Biddle, R. Garrett. Second Row-R, Laird, P. Stonesifer. F. Rightmire. W. Meckley. Third Roar- H. Price. Coach H. Reese. D. LeFevre arsizfy EICHELBERGER BASKETEERS OPEN SEASON WITH VICTORY The Eichelberger Senior High School Nighthawks opened their basketball season with a 36 - 7 victory over the St. Francis Preparatory school team of Spring Grove in a game played on the Bunker Hill fioor. The opening jump let Hal Reese's boys take a permanent lead, which they kept the rest of the evening. Even though John McCarthy's prepsters outscored the Hawks in the last sixteen minutes 12-ll, they never were any real "scare" Hanover's opening performance wasn't a dis- appointment. by any means, They handled the ball well. and got in a considerable number of shots. They played their best on defense. holding the prepsters to a half dozen Field goals. The outstanding player in the ball game was Red Mullen, guard. who made four held goals and six out of seven foul trys. For dribbling, passing. and faking, he hit perfection. Top scorer for the Birds was Wilb Gobrecht, who made three goals .and six foul shots in as many attempts, askezfball HAWK DRIBBLERS DEFEAT DELONE Jack Stonesifer Stars Showing marked improvement over their initial game, our Hawk quintette turned in their second victory of the season by defeating the Delone Catholic High School Squires. 37-24. before a capacitv crowd on Bunker Hill. Our Birds and their neighborhood rivals battled on even terms through the first nine minutes of the fray. Delone taking an early lead, the Hawks gaining a single point lead before the end of the first period. and the Squires again regaining that lead in less than a minute of the second quarter. Two quick goals by Bob Garrett and Wilb Go- brecht put the Hawks in the van and never again were the Delonians able to gain command. Starring for Hanover was Big ,lack Stonesifer who dropped six buckets and two fouls on three attempts. Tom Leonard, Dclone forward, was high scorer for the losers with seven points. E For some unknown reason the Hill boys blew up in the third period with a wild passing spree which aided Delone in cutting their point margin. Thirty-nine I-TICIIELBERGER FIVE DROP VICTORY TO CHAMBERSBURG The Eichelberger Senior High School Nighthawks dropped a decision to Chambersburg High Troians. defending Champ- ions ol the Southern Pennsylvania Conference, but they did not abandon any claim to the 1947 crown they may have. ' - Playing before a capacity crowd on the Franklin County fioor in the first conference game of the season for both teams, the Hawks threw a genuine scare into Lowell Sehlichters cage kings before fading during the last five minutes after two regulars had hit the shower on personals. The Hawks, showing themselves to be as capable as we all expected. gave the highly favored champs the fight of their lives through the first 27 minutes of the battle. In the last tive minutes Berl Biddle and Wilb Gobrecht warmed the bench with Hve per- sonals each. During the last five hectic minutes Bill Kane, lucky young forward. set himself up as scoring star of the game bj. dropping four field goals from the middle stripe. Top scorer for the Birds was Dick Reese. a dead shot, with three goals, three fouls in as many attempts. for nine points, There was little to choose between the two teams in the first three frames until the C-burg quintette blur in the last tive minutes. The Hawks played hard and well and showed themselves capable of still regaining the Championship wreath. BKNKER llILl. BOYS DEFEAT VVAYNESBORO TORNADO A nine point lead gained in the first half stood solid for the Eichelberger Senior High School Nighthawks through the two re- maining periods of the fray. enabling them to turn back the Waynes- boro High Tornado. -15-36, and to move into a four way tie for third place in the South Pennsylvania Conference. This victory is Hanover's first in two conference starts and fourth in five engagements in and out of the wheel. The best bet for the winners was Dick Reese, lanky guard for the Birds, who retrieved many shots off the boards. Wilb Go- brecht was high scorer in the contest with fifteen points, seven of them charity tosses. Perhaps the prettiest play of the evening came in the opening seconds of the game when the Hawks executed the old forward- forward criss-cross from the opening top with Garrett sinking the bucket to start a lead which was never to be lost again. Bob Gar- rett. who took Dave Le Fevre's place at forward in the starting lineup. made fourteen points. HAWKS UNLEASE BARRAGE TO DEFEAT SHIPPENSBURG For three periods the Hawks played better ball than their South Penn Conference opponentsg but the scoreboard showed a deadlock of 20- all as the last period started. Then the Eichel- berger Senior High School Nighthawks unleased the season's most sensational scoring barrage to register a 48-28 victory over the Shippensburg High School Greyhounds on a petite Cumberland county floor. With the last period only thirty seconds old, Dick Reese, an ace guard, opened the atom with a followed up shot .to gain a lead which the Birds were never to lose. For the remaining eight mm- utes of play they poured through twelve field goals and four fouls Thus, in one quarter, the new 1947 Hawks stage what will go down in the books as one of the greatest displays of scoring power ever put on by a Hill team. This victory gave the Bunker boys an undisputed third place for the league. F orly NIGHTHAWKS FALTERg LOSE TO G-BURG Grabbing a 10-O lead in the hrst few minutes of play and re- maining on top until shortly before intermission, Hal Reese's Hawks faltered in the third quarter and went down to an unex- pected 46-38 defeat at the hands of George Forney's Maroons in the Battlefield gym. For four minutes, the Battletielders weren't in it with the Hawks, who passed rings around them and dropped five field goals in ten shots for the lead. All of Hanover's starters hgured in this demonstration, except Bob Garrett, but his floor work was re- sponsible for a large part of Hanover's goals. HAWKS WIN AFTER TROJANS KNOT SCORE LATE IN THE GAME Outseored and outplayed throughout the first half, the Eichel- berger Senior High School Nighthawks staged a comeback to nose out Peck McKnight's rugged Hershey High Trojans, 38-33. Performing before a capacity crowd on the high school's floor, Hal Rcese's boys turned in one of their less impressive performances against a quintette who was big in inches and weight, and who also ruled the bank boards with an iron hand. Although the Chocolate Drops out-played the favored Hill team through the first half, they always gave the impression that they would be better football players than basketball players, which was proven by their previous football season. The Trojans who used a zone defense gave the Hawks a lot of trouble. The Hawks had a 15-11 edge in held goals but made only eight out of nineteen fouls. The preliminary game proved to be even closer than the var- sity's show. Geiman, Yost, Gise, and Gruver shared the scoring honors for the winners. HAWKS RALLY T0 DEFEAT M-BURG 38-25 Hanover High's Boys didn't look like candidates for the crown when they defeated Mechanicsburg High, 38 to 25, on the Hill floor. The only thing which enabled the Hill Boys to take the game were two rallies made in the second and third quarters. Also teeming to make the Hawks look bad even in victory was the sudden rush of individual performances and scoring. Reese, blonde dead-shot guard, was high scorer with fourteen points, only three more than Bob Garrett made. The Meyers-coached quintette had no trouble in disposing of M-Burg reserves in a one-sided manner. HAWKS RALLY TO DEFEAT FREDERICK HIGH CADETS The Eichelberger Senior High School Nighthawks, who seem to play best when the chips are down, staged a 90 second scoring spree which put the game on ice for the Hillmen against the Fred- erick High Cadets, This 40-36 victory registered the ninth victory in eleven starts for the season. as to date. With the game, which had been snowed out earlier in the season, having no bearing on the South Penn Conference race, the Hill cagers appeared to play ball only when it was necessary and, seemed inclined to save the power which they exhibited in many games so far this season. Gobrecht and Reese shared scoring honors for the winners, each making twelve points. Karl Meyer's high school jayvees took a 14-1 lead and coasted to victory and almost defeat, because Frederick controlled the- boards during the next three quarters for a 21-20 score. F orly-one First Rau'-R. Gruver. G. Gfimzn, R. Fake, H. Yost, P. Gise. Second Row!-R. O'Neill. D. Markel, C. Markle, N. Keeney. Third Razr- K. Walton, Coach Meyers, B. Bowman. Fourth Razr-HW. Bittinger, P. Keller, managers. J. V. Baskefball Our scrappy J. V. basketball team en- Statistics on each player are summarized joyed a successful season by turning in f . twelve victories out of seventeen games. or you' 1 f 1 1 The scores for the year are as follows: goa S Ou S tota J-V's-32 St. FrancisH16 1 Geiman 58 24 140 ,I -V'sf Delone-22 2 Gruver 30 13 73 J-V's- Delone-23 3 Yost 27 11 65 J -V's- Chambersburg-22 4 Fake 10 7 27 J-V's- Waynesboro-22 5 Gise 7 4 18 j-V's- Shippensburg-23 6 D. Markle 4 3 11 ,I-V's- Gettysburg-14 7 Bowman 4 2 10 J -V's- Hershey-26 8 Thieret 2 4 8 QJ-V's- Mechanicsburg-19 9 C. Markle 2 0 2 J-V' s-26 Carlisle-21 10 O'Neil1 0 1 1 ,I-V's-16 Chambersburg-28 11 Brady 0 0 0 ,J-V's-16 Waynesboro-27 12 Keeney 0 0 0 ,J-V'sf31 Shippensburg-21 13 Walton 0 0 0 J-V's-20 Gettysburg-17 -- -- -- J -V's-26 Mechanicsburg-1 7 144 69 357 J -V's-32 Carlisle-27 J-V's Hershey-25 Average: 24 points per game. F orly-two F ofty-lhree Fwst Row T Flssel W. Barnhart, B. Stauffer, N. Witmer, E. Fuhrman, F. Shaffer, captains J Rlghtmxre Second Row D Harmon, C. Blocker, B. Smith, R. Eline, W. Theirit, R. Hartlaub, G. Earner Third Row C Noble R Becker G. Markle. R. Trone. D. Staub, L. Shearer, R. Neidhammer. Fourth Row W Forney C Shue J Sowers D. Ehrhart, L. Hershey, H. Bemiller. Fzfth RowffN. Cline, J. Moore R Allewelt E Bubb L Smith W Hoover. ntra- ural asketball The unpublicised side of basketball, called the intra- mural teams, opened its season with many boys report- ing to the gym to choose teams and meet the instructor, Mr. Holman Leese. Eight teams, composed of about forty-five boys, were soon arranged and schedules were posted. Action and thrills, all within basketball rules, made many exciting evenings for the E. H. S. fellows. The semi-final championship game was played at the Has-been - Will-be gameg Bill Barnhart's "Globe Trot- ters" received the crown. Unfortunately, the season was brought to a close before the finals could be played off. F oriy-four First Row--L. Hershey, manager: G. Biddle, H. Bergensmith, W. Fuhrman, D. Stuffle, W. Shaner, manager Second Rau-fR. Bemiller, W. Smith, E. Hartlaub, M. Sterncr. Third Row: standz'ngAR. Rabenstine R. Kline, D. Knaub, J. Hershey, E. Bixler, B. Sterner, Coach Lilienfeld, R. Redding, E. Miller, H. Hartlaub, N. Kransdorf. J. Lehigh. restling RESULTS OF THE SEASON Hanover Opponents 5 Lancaster 43 23 Thaddeus Stevens 24 7 Manheim 40 16 Hershey 25 25 Waynesboro 16 28 West York 20 6 Lancaster 37 7 Manheim 38 13 Hershey 27 27 Waynesboro 16 24 Thaddeus Stevens 21 25 West York 20 Following a very eventful season the Hanover High wrestling squad played host to the muscle men of District Three of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Asso- ciation. The matches were held on March 8 in our high school gym. Lancaster and Manheim shared top honors while visiting in Hanover. Coach Fred Lilienfeld placed four Hawk matmen in the finals at the District Three matches. Richard Rabenstine of the 95 lb. class, John Lehigh of the 103 lb. class, Harold Hartlaub of the 138 lb. class, and Ernie Miller of the 145 lb. class each re- ceived a second place medal. Forty-Jive First Rau P G1 e G. Geiman. B. Bowman, H. Thomas. T. Fissel, R. Hartlaub. Second Ron J Rightmire Assistant Coach N. Cline. W. Neidheimer. W. Barnhart, W. Hoover. H. Price. H Yost E Hartlaub Third Rau R Leppo. C. Wonder, F. Rightmire. F. Moore. F. Neail. Coach Witmer. W Thieret R Gruver C Markle B Stauffer: J. Swam. Manager: R. Sanders, Manager. aseball Coach J im Witmer received a hearty response to his call for recruits for the diamond. Having twenty-two boys to choose from, he quickly whipped two sturdy teams into shape and brought them through as one of Hanover High's best baseball teams. Jack Moore, a veteran pitcher, contributed many pointers that led to their suc- cess. Other lettermen on the team included Catcher Tom Fissel, Outfielder Beryl Stauffer, F irst-baseman Bill Barnhart, Third-baseman Harold Price, and Second- baseman Harold Yost. The teams on the Nighthawk's schedule were Arendts- ville, Mechanicsburg, Biglerville, Chambersburg, Ship- pensburg, Gettysburg, and St. Francis. The schedule was arranged so that the Hawks met each team twice, once at home, and again on the opponent's field. F or! y-six First Rau E McCleaf. J. Starner, H. Alban, J. Husson, J. Lehigh, D. Markel. P. Keller. L Markle A Eckert H Fuhrman Second Row-G. Hoffman, W. Stremmel, C. Bixler, L. Hershey, C. Shue. B. Hershey R Smith N Keeney P Zumbrum. L. Shearer, Coach Reese. Third Row-P. Stonesifer, B. Biddle D Ehrhart C Miller R Reese R Redding, R. Wendler, D. Hahn, A. Resh, W. Gobrecht, J. Stonesifer rack The Nighthawk trackmen opened their official season at Shippensburg State Teachers' College on April 19, competing against ten other schools. Having thirty boys out for running and field events, Coach Hal Reese was kept busy proving again that he could develop a winning team. Every member of the squad contributed to the success acclaimed to the trackmen of 1947. In addition to the Shippensburg meet, the E. H. S. boys competed against Gettysburg, Carlisle, and Chambers- burg. F orly-seven First Row-M. Oliver, C. Becker, J. Hoke, J. Munson, E. Brilhart, N. Perry, N. Reed, D. Leppo, A. Wentz, M. Schuman, N. Faber, V. Yingling, R. Rinker. Second Row-G. Hyde, G. Laughman, M. Miller, D. Zuech- ner, V. Frock, B. Masenheimer, D. Markle, P. Ernst, N. Rinker, V. Eline. A. Good, J. Bollinger, S. Clowe. Third Row-V-H. Kessler, C. Wagaman, L. Crouse, D. Mummert. N. Erb, J. Rice. J. Oliver, J. Shanabrook, A. Stonesifer, P. Leese. Fourth Row- -L. Diviney, D. McManus, D. Shifflette, L. Shue, G. Stuffle, P. Leese, D. Lansinger, A. Miller, D. Warner, I. Teal. Fifth Rou' fD. Heindel, H. Crosswhite, Y. Hufnagle, A. Miller, S. Feeser, D. Leister, C. Funk, N. Reigle, D. Spangler, N. Bradley, B. Baker. Girls' Sports September! September with a series of new and peppy sports planned for the E. H. S. girls. How straight, how tall and oh how grace- ful those archers stood early in the year. Models? No less. Forty girls formed eight full teams which participated in a challeng- ing round robin. Did you happen to hear the bumping and thumping in the gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays? Exercises and military drill! "Allemande left and swing your partner," was the cry heard when the Health Ed. boys gave the girls a hand in the newly introduced square dances. Oh yes-and for slimming the figure, eighty girls took up the art of bowling. Mmm4slim-e but not so the scores. The fall softball season ended with a big surprise for all. Lorne Diviney's famous ten lost to Velma Krug's wizards. Quite an upset! Basketball season was a big success with one hundred girls shooting high and passing low trying to beat last year's outstanding quartet: Lorna Diviney, Laura Crouse, Doris McManus, and Doris Mummert. This year ping-pong, badminton, and volleyball served as fill-in sports. The girls' sports, year ended with a color- ful and exciting Play-Day held in the gym. E. H. S. girls are growing in social as well as mental and physical skills. A pretty and intelligent group. Just look them over. F orly-eight Softball First Row-I. Teal, B. Masenheimer, N. Rinker, J. Bol- linger. Second Rau'-D. Lansinger, J. Newman, N. Reed, D. Markle, V. Eline, P. Ernst, M. Miller, A. Baumgard- ner. Third Row-P. Leese, N. Erb, L. Crouse, J. Myers, E. Dubs, A. Miller, G. Laughman. Fourth Row- D. Leister, N. Faber, J. Rice, A. Wentz, J. Folmer, A. Cleveland, B. Flickinger, M. Newman, J. Oliver. Fifth Row-V. Krug, B. Berwager. C. Wagaman, A. Aulthouse, B. Gardner. D. Bankert, E. Bemiller, A. Good, J. Garrett. A rchery First Row-J. Myers, D. Bankert, N. Rinker, V. Eline. Second Row-L. Crouse, J. Rice, N. Erb, P. Ernst, D. Markle, B. Masenheimer. Third RowfD. Lansinger, M. Coulson, A. Miller, J. Hoke, B. Gardner. Fourth Row-D. Mummert, D. Leister, B. Berwager, S. Eckert, J. Oliver, D. McManus. Ping Pong First Rou'-M. Miller, S. Clowe. I. Teal, Atl' Miller, A. Aulthouse. A. Bumbgardner. Second Roy?-D. Leppo, J. Rice. B. Masenheimer. B. Snyder, E, Formwalt. 2. Badminton First Rou:wN. Faber, D. Leppo, Y. Soulliard, D. Bankert, E. Dubs. Second Rowf-N. Rinker, D. Markle, P. Ernst, B. Masenheimer. B. Snyder. B. Flickinger, J. Esaley. Third Row-D. Warner, D. McManus, A. Miller, B. Gardner, M. Coulson, E. Formwalt. n Shujie Board First Roo'-V. Eline, I. Teal, M. Miller, A. Baumgardner, Sec-ond Row-L. Crouse, J. Myers, E. Dubs, A. Miller, B. Snyder, G. Laughman. Third Row-N. Faber, A. Wentz, J. Folmer, M. Hart, A. Cleveland, J. Oliver. Fourth Row-A. Miller. M. Coulson, N. Aspers, S. Eckert, E. Bemiller, A. Good. Te n n is First Ron-AD. Bankert, N. Rinker, J. Bollinger,.A. Aulthcuse. Sevond Row-D. Mumrnert, N. Erb, J. RICE, N. Faber, A. Wentz, M. Gardner. F orty-nine E E a ? 3 5 A 5 I i Q 2 5 I I I ! E , s A E I ! i l I - e i C. Mummert, pianistg J. Smith, R. Achcnbach. O. Knipel. C. Rebert. P. Swartzbaugh, M. L. Bollinger, D Stine, A. Wentz. .g s me ,ghrlp K N X Xiaigl 2 ' A ozfioizfies f To old High we pledge ourfavor .Yo honor shall she Iavk F zfty-one l i First Row-P. Gise, Divlaeister, D. Markle, M. L..Garrett. Ser-ond Roy' D. Zepp, D. Spangler, M. Shoe- maker, J. Bollinger. Ihird How- -R. Sipe, H. Naill, P. Artley. Fourth lfou' fP. Stonesifer, R. Hahn, M. Schuman. N. Erb, Mr. Diehl. Student Council Presidenf Vine Prrfsfdenf Secretary Trecisun r Adviser The inauguration of the Student Council, which is composed of members elected by each homeroom. was field in the Auditorium on Friday. October 18. 1946. at which time the oath of office was admin- istered to the officers. One of the first acts of the Council was to con- duct, student class elections and sponsor a dance, at which the returns of the election were announced. With the assistance of the vocational teacher and students, a bicycle safety campaign was con- ducted in the early fall. The Council purchased and decorated a large Christmas tree wliich was placed in the hall out- side the Principals office. This gave an air of holiday festivity to the building. - Nancy Erb Philip Stonesifer Mary Ellen Schuman - Richard Hahn Mr. Erie K. Diehl Friday Night Basketball Games were followed by dances sponsored by the Council, and candy was sold during the game by members of this group. A successful dance was held for the students participating in the District Band Conference which was held in Hanover, January Ill, and February 1, 1947. Many other projects were sponsored by the Council, the last of which was the presentation of the Oak Leaf Award on Campus llay. This award is given to the one boy and one girl of the Senior class. who by scholarship. leadership. and out- standing character has made the greatest contribu- tion duriziig the three year period at Senior High School. F zfty-Iwo l First Row-N. Asper, W. Fulco, C. Graham, A. Grove, D. Spangler, J. Lemmon, L. Arentz, M. L. Garrett. D. Price, G. Willet, E. Scholl, J. Sterner, M. Rightmire, D. Zuechner, J. Hoke. R. Dubbs, G. Trone, O. Black, J. Munson, D. Scott. Second Row-C. Mummert, J. Myers, M. Myers, A. Erb, A. Wentz, N. Erb, E. Form- walt, E. Glant, E. Dubs, J. Hetrick, N. Grim, J. Oliver, J. Fox, C. Becker, J. Newman, D. Bankert, A. Pisle, N. Reed, P. Rohrbaugh, P. Miller, B. Masenheimer, M. Jensen, D. Harmon. Third Row-MJ. Trite, N. Brad- ley, J. Harner, B. Mange, M. Coulson, J. Hilbert, J. Esaley, S. Eckert, J. Bair, L. Markle, H. Heltebridle, M. Oliver, S. Myers, M. Bollinger, L. Wintrode, J. Rice, E. Hendricks, D. Stine, E. Barnitz, M. Wendler, J. Bollinger, M. Schuman. Fourth Row-J. Rightmire, J. Smith, O. Kniple, C. Markle, C. Rebert, D. Gar- rett, R. Allewelt, W. Gobrecht, H. Culp, P. Swartzhaugh, R. Achenbach, C. Wonder, R. Garrett, D. Rudisill, R. Becker, H. Yost, L. Markle, D. Markle. iafed lzorus The mixed chorus, directed by Miss Turner, includes boys and girls from the three classes of the school. The outstanding performances for the school year included a short delightful 12th century operetta, "Yuletide in the Court of King Arthur"g special musical assembly programsg a Band and Choral Spring Con- centg a beautiful Easter Cantatag and the splendid operetta, "My Maryland." Robert Achenbach, Oscar Kniple, Philip Swartzbaugh, John Smith, and Cletus Rebert, who is an alternate tenor, have sung many barber shop quartettes since their sopkcmore year. Dorothy Stine, Anne Wentz, and Mary Lou Bollinger, who started singing as a trio in ninth grade, have given many pleas- ing performances in their three years at E. H. S. Outstanding individuals in the chorus were Lois Arentz, Robert Achenbach, Mary Lou Bollinger, John Smith, Philip Swartz- baugh and Dorothy Stine. We, the class of 1947, are justly proud of the achievements of the mixed chorus. F zfty-three First Row-W. Gobrecht, R. Becker, J. Rightmire, F. Neail, M. L. Bollinger, R. Garrett, S. Clowe, C. Rebert, R. Achenbach, L. Arentz, J. Smith, C. Becker, P. Swartzhaugh, D. Stine. R. Trone, E. Barnitz, C. Wonder, D. Garrett. Seronrl Row-H. Yost, F. Rightmire, .I. Bollinger, J. Esaley, J. Rice, S. Theiret, D. Zeuchner, D. Bankert, I. Brown, N. Erb, A. Erb, A. Wentz, E. Hendricks, M. L. Garrett, B. Masenheimer, D. Markel, J. Husson, P. Keller, B. Boose. Third Row-R. Gruver, R. Wendler, C. Markle, R. Richter, R. Allewelt, M. Dietz, J. Newman, W- F'-1100. A- R-9Sh, P. Bealing, C. Miller, D. Smith, L. Markle, R. Smith. Fuurlh Ft'nwaA. Grove, E. Formwalt, G. Trone, M. Rightmire, N. Bradley, M. Coulson, P. Comitz, H. Heltebridle, J. A. Fox, A. Pisle, L. Markle, S. Myers, D. Spangler, M. Oliver, M. Myers, J. Bair, J. Myers, E. Scholl. " Maryland " After many weeks of preparation, the musical- minded students of E. H. S. presented a gay, de- lightful operetta, "My Maryland", on April 23, 24, and 25, under the direction of Miss Menges, dialogue: Miss Turner, musicg Miss Harrison, dances. "My Maryland" takes place in Frederick, Mary- land. This operetta is based upon the romance of Barbara, a southern belle, and Captain Trumbull. a Union soldier, which is looked upon as a disgrace among southern inhabitants. The dances and songs add color and gaiety to this enjoyable operetta. THE CAST Barbara Fritchie - - Captain Trumbull - - - Robert Achenbach - Lois Arentz Sally - - Connie Becker Sue - - Dorothy Stine Laura - - Sophia Clowe Mrs. Hunter - Dr. Hal - Edgar Strong - Perkins - - Gelwex - Greene - Jack Negley Colonel N egly Zeke - - Stonewall Jackson Mr. Frttchie Arthur Fritchie M ammy Lou Mary Lou Bollinger - Cletus Rebert Philip Swzrtabaugh Wilbur Gobrecht Robert Becker James Rightmire - John Smith Frank Neail Craig Wonder Dean Garrett Robert Garrett - Robert Trone Evelyn Baublitz BOYS' CHORUS NORTHERN--Dwight Harman, Ira Brown, Floyd Rightrnire, Robert Wendler, Charles Markle, Harold Yost, Robert Allewelt, Richard Gruver, Raoul Richter, Morgan Dietz, Charles Noble, Samuel Thieret. SOUTHERNfPhilip Bealing, Leon Markle, Jack Husson, Donald Smith, Russell Smith, Dwight Rudisill, David Markel, Bernard Boose, Alvin Resh, Clarence Miller. GIRLS' CHORUS Becky Garrett, Anne Wentz, Anna Erb, Nancy Erb, Betty Rice, Barbara Masenheimer, Audrey Pisle, Audrey Grove, Nancy Bradley, ,lean Bair, Eleanor Scholl, Lois Markle, Dorothy Spangler, Helen Heltebridle, Madeline Rightrnire, ,lane Ann Fox, Ruth Dubbs, Eleanora Hendricks, Doris Bankert, Pat Comitz, Gloria Trone, Janet New- man, Winifred Fulco, Joan Bollinger, Eleanor Formwalt, Margaret Coulson, Dorothy Zeuchner, Joyce Esaley, Jean Myers, Marilyn Oliver, Martha Myers, Susan Myers. F zfty-four I N ww First Rau'---William Worley, Leon Markle, Charles Hubley, Clyde Schue, Bernard Boose, Raymond Cline, jay Hilbert, Jacqueline Smith, William Wentz, Cyril Bechtel, Lowell Fuhrman, Russell Smith, Ray Rodkey, Mary Lou Bollinger, Patrick Keller. Second Row 'Edith Bemiller, Edith Dubbs, Harold Bergensmith, Richard Rabenstine, Betty Bcrwager. ,lack Husson, Glenn Bair, Clarence Blocher, Delores Strevig, Herman Hess. Mildred Sholl. Owen Mehring. Richard Stahl. john Lehigh. Russell Frock. Gordon Houck. Dean Stuffie. Donald Wine. Bernice Baker. Jean Lau. Third Hou"-Donald Smith. Donald Tasto. Robert Millheim, Stede Mummert. Philip Swartzbaugh, Beryl Stauffer. Fred Neiderer. Clifford Bair, Edward Pennewill. Donald Louey, Homer Fuhrman. Leland Barnhart, William Thieret. Oscar Knipel, Craig Wonder, Gilbert Bemiller, George Markle. Judith Shanahrook. he and The band, in its third year under the direction of Mr. Schuler, under- took to widen its scope of operations. This year the band presented drills at all the football games. These drills were well maneuvered, and well liked by the crowd. The band in its drills was never out-maneuvered by any Visiting band. Early in September the band participated in Hanover's home-coming celebration, in which they wore their new uniforms for the first time. The band also presented its usual two concerts, played for the plays, operetta, Campus Day, and commencement exercises. All seniors who were memgberswof the band for at least three years were awarded sweaters for their faithful service. Fzfly-Jive Southern District and F estioczt The Southern District Band Festival sponsored by the Pennsylvania School Music Association pre- sented at E. H. S. january 31 and February l will be remembered by the class of '47 as one of the most unusual displays of talent of this school year. Stupendous applause was given the band from the hearts of everyone who heard it, This hand of 190 pieces. chosen from fifty-one schools, under the supervision of jack Schiller, director of instrumental music of the Hanover public schools. was conducted by Major Georgie S. Howard. The members from Eiclielberger High School who were selected were Philip Swartzbangh. tromboneg Clifford Bair. Beryle Stauffer, and Leon Markle, clarinetsg Judith Shanabroolt, fluteg Bernard Boose, saxophoneg and Leland Barnhart, bass violin. Major George S. Howard. chief of music and radio production, Gfhce of Information Service of the U. Air Force Headquarters, was guest con-- ductor at each of the concerts. He is the conduc- tor of the oflicial U. S. Air Force Band, Bolling Field, Washington, D. C. The thirteen hundred persons who jammed the Hanover auditorium for the District Band Festi- val witnessed the top-talent instrumentalists from the Southern District high schools in action. M-Sgt. Abrasha Robofsky. baritone soloist for the Air Force band. was guest soloist at these concerts. The visiting band members were entertained at banquets at the Y. W. C. A. and Grace Reformed Church, At the banquet at the Y. W. C. A. Super- intendent Bagshaw spoke briefly on the value of district festivals. A transcription of the excerpts from Friday night's concert. was broadcast by station WSBA, York, Saturday. F :fly-six First Row-M. Wendler, E. Barnitz. S. Clowe, D. Stine, P. Baughman, C. Leppo, M. Roberts, N. Grim L. Arentz, N. Erb, H. Heltebridle, M. Oliver. Second Row-H. Alban, A. Eckert, P. Swartzbaugh, F. Shaffer J. Rightmire, H. Hartlaub, L. Markle, D. Zepp, N. Kraft, M. E. Schuman, A. Erb, A, Wentz, R. Hahn, J Smith. ornir Staf Editor-in-Chief - Charles Leppo Associate Editor - - - Phyllis Baughman Senior Editors Mary Ellen Schuman, Nila Grim, John Smith, Harold Hartlaub Feature Editors Nancy Erb. Dorothy Stine, Jane Martin Circulation Martayers Lois Arentz, Freeland Shaffer Business Managers Anne Wentz, Philip Swartzbaugh Sports Editors Anna Erb, Richard Hahn Art Editors James Beck, Marilyn Oliver, Helen Heltebridle, Arthur Eckert, Jack Alban Photography Editors Sophia Clowe, Mona Roberts, Marian Wendler, James Rightmire ' I U Typists I Z Lois Markle, Evelyn Barnitz. Nancy Kraft, Dorothy Zepp, and ' the Senior Commercial Section ' ' F zfty-seven First Row-My E. Schuman, N. Hamm, D. Stine, J. Martin, C. Mummert, P. Baughman, V. Snyder, M 'Wend1er. Second Row' -A. Erb. A. Wentz, N. Erb, J. Smith. J. Hoke, N. Grim, B. Garrett, A. Weaver, S. Fhckmger. Third Rou'-N. Faber. P. Leese, J. Brown, J. Newman, E. Formwalt. J. Hoffman, M. L. Gar- rett, E. Glant,AA. Grove. Fourth Rou'!M. Jensen, M. Rightmire, R. Dubbs. J. Little. Fifth Rowgj. Fox A. Roth, N. Rmker, M. Newman, P. Noble, M. Bowersox, G. Rickrode, P. Artley. Sixth Row-D. Staub Mr. Gruver, C. Smeak. NA range and Zack Staf Editorial Staff Editor-in-Chief - - - - - Carolyn Mummert News Editors - Jackie Hoke, Dean Staub Feature Editors Marian Wendler, Jane Martin M ake-up Editor - - Phyllis Baughman Sports Editors Robert Garrett, Anna Erb Exchange Editor - - Mary Ellen Schuman Art Editor - ---- James Beck Associate Editors: News - Anne Wentz, Eugenia Glant Feature - - - Pauline Leese Make-up ---- Doris Leister Sports - - - Carroll Smeak, Nancy Rinker Art - - Arthur Eckert, Jack Alban, Shirley Eckert Photography Editor -------- Carroll Smeak Contributing Members: Eleanor Formwalt, Audrey Grove, Betty Stemer, John Smith, Ruth Dubbs, Joyce Easley, Doris Bankert, Nancy Bradley, Mary Newman, Trudye Shana- brook, William Gitt. Faculty Adviser ------- Mr. Harold Gruver Business Stat! Business Manager - ---- - Nila Grim Advertising Manager ------- Nancy Hamm Assistants: 1 Rebecca Rinker, Audrey Parr, Janice Brown, Peggy Artley, Janet Newman, Norma Wise, Sally Flickinger, Norma Stoner, Anne Weaver. ' D . Circulation Manager ------- Virginia Snyder Assistants: Naomi Faber, Dorothy Stine, Mary Louise Garrett, Pearl Noble, Mildred Smith F :fly-eight Sealed M ,I Martin R. Rinker, V. Snyder, N. Wise, N. Faber. Standing'-fJ.Smitl1. C Leppo S Wildasin C Worder, G. Earner, B. Krumrine, O. Knipel, M. Myers, C. Rebert, AI. Rlghtmire Senior lag The Senior Players present The Young in Hear! a comedy in three acts directed by Miss Mary L. Menges December 5th and 6th, 1946 at 8 P. M. The Carltons, an adventurous stage family, seek to become heirs of Miss Fortune a lonely spinster, who met and befriended them in the corridor of a French railway car bound for the Riviera. During a stay in her home they plot to secure her for tune but have a change of heart after they realize what a good person she really is The Cast is as follows: George Anne - Richard - Leslie Saunders "Sahib" - "Manny" - Miss Fortune Mr. Anstruther Duncan Mac Crae Mr. Hutchins Inspector - Sarah - Andrew - Mrs. Tasker Waiter - Conductor F zfty-nine - Jane Martin Burnell Krumrine Virginia Snyder George Earner Rebecca Rinker Naomi Faber james Rightmire Sherman Wildasin - Oscar Knipel Craig Wonder Martha Myers Cletus Rebert Norma Wise - John Smith - Charles Leppo B Boose M Jensen, R. Richter, J. Frock, M. Bowersox, I. Brown, D. Leister, R. Dubbs J Hoke H Masemer, P. Artley. unior lay Every Family Has One was presented by the Juniors, Friday evening, March 7, 1947. Nana Reardon, with the help of Lily Reardon, plans and Schemes, untillshe Iinally drives the Parkers out of the Reardon home. In doing this she saves the love affair of Marcia and Todd. The following Juniors portrayed the characters: Penelope Reardon Laura Reardon Mrs. James Parker Nana Reardon Essie - - Regirzald Reardon Marcia Reardon Warry Reardon Mr. James Parker Sherwin Parker Lily Reardon - Todd Galloway Sixty - Joan Frock - Doris Leister Minerva Bowersox - Peggy Artley - Ruth Dubbs - Ira Brown Margaret Jensen Henry Maserner Raoul Richter Bernard Boose Jackie Hoke Henry Culp P. Bealing, J. Alleman, S. Eckert, D. Rudisill, F. Neail, A. Roth, H. Naill, J. Lemmon, J. Hilbert, E. Dubbs J. Shanabrook, G. Houck. Sophomore Play The Sophomores, under the direction of Miss Menges, pre- sented a delightful comedy, Every Family Has One on Thurs- day evening, March 6, 1947. Mrs. Reardon wants her daughter, Marcia, to marry Sher- win Parker, son of the wealthy Parkers who are visiting the Reardons. Marcia really loves Todd Callaway. The play con- cerns the difficulties encountered before it is brought to a happy conclusion. The Sophomore cast consists of the following: Penelope Reardon ---- Janet Lemmon Laura Reardon - Edith Mae Dubbs Mrs. James Parker - Judith Shanabrook Nana Reardon - - Shirley Eckert Essie - - - Helen Naill Reginald Reardon Gordon Houck Marcia Reardon Joan Alleman Warry Reardon Philip Bealing Mr. James Parker Frank Neail Sherwin Parker - Jay Hilbert Lily Reardon - - Ann Roth Todd Gallaway Dwight Rudisill S ixty-one N Kransdorf, D. Spangler, Mr. Shafer, adviser: M. Wendler, MI. E. Schuman D Staub lze Debate Team After a. lapse .of three years, the Debating team has re- sumed its activities. Mr. B. Henry Shafer, recently re- turned from the service, is the coach for the team. This year the current debate question, "Resolved, that the federal government should provide a system of com- plete medical care available to all citizens at public ex- pense," was discussed. Instead of the usual rebuttal, the modified Oregon, or cross question, type of debating was used by Dorothy Spangler, Mary Ellen Schuman, Marian Wendler, Norman Kranzdorf, and Dean Staub, who were members of this year's debating team. At the time the Nornir went to press, it was not known how active the debating club would be, but it has been admitted to membership into the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League. Debating, we feel sure, will become an outstanding and popular activity in future years at E. H. S. S ixly-lu'o First Row-D. Ehrhart, J. Stonesifer, W. Bittinger, B. Biddle. Second Row-C. Noble, J. Husson, H. Yost. N. Keeney, W. Wentz, J. Lehigh, R. Rabenstine, H. Bergensmith. Third Row-R. Becker, W. Gitt, D. Markel, P. Keller, J. Brady, N. Kranzdorf, R. Garrett, R. Achenbach, O. Knipel. Fourth Row-C. Leppo, .A. Eckert, M. Good, W. Gobrecht, D. LeFevre, L. Hershey, C. Smeak, F. Rightmire, L. Good, C. Schue, J. Rightmire, J. Swam, W. Hoover, C. Rebert, C. Wonder. Fifth Row-L. Barnhart, C. Markle, R. Cline, R, Allewelt, S. Benford, B. Boose, R. Trone, F. Moore, R. Sanders, M. Hilbert. Sixth Row-E. Pennewill, A. Resh, R. Wendler, D. Staub, P. Stonesifer, S. Wildasin. The Hi-Y Club, an organization for high school boys, started the school year by changing its mem- bership policy. A new open-membership drive was sponsored at the beginning of the term and was answered by a large number of fellows. The old method of getting new members was based on the idea of a closed fraternity, where one had to be voted in by a majority of the members. Since the Hi-Y is a democratic Christian organization it was felt that the club should be opened to any boy in high school. At Christmas time a committee was appointed to purchase and pack 12 baskets of food to be dis- tributed among the needy families of the town. The club this year relinquished the annual, 'semi-formal Christmas Dance to devote their ef- forts to raising sufficient funds for the purchase of three heifers for the destitute people of war ravaged Europe. In place of the Christmas Dance a much larger and better Spring Dance was held. A num- ber of trips were taken to neighboring towns and cities to enrich our Hi-Y experience by associating with other fellows in playing games, swimming, and attending hockey games. The club elected John Stonesifer, a senior athlete, for presidentg William Bittinger, an energetic business-like junior for vice-president, Daniel Ehrhart for secretary, and Berl Biddle for treasurer. We feel proud of our officers, since they helped us successfully through a period of reorganization and then directed us to complete a banner year. It is our sincere desire to continue striving to measure up to our platform of: clean speech, clean scholarship, clean sports and .clean living. S ixty-three First Row-R. Rabenstine, HL Yost, H. Price, T. Fissel, J. Swam, L. Shearer, J. Stonesifer B Blddle A Resh, A. Eckert, R. Smith, R. Hahn, W. Hershey, E. Bixler, L. Hershey. Second Row F Moore W Go brecht, D. Ehrhart, W. Barnhart, B. Stauffer, E. Miller. 1. . .M .,i ii., ' iwlvi. Letterman ,S lub Each year the Letterman's Club of Eichelberger Senior High School fosters various projects and activities such as the Has-been, Will-be basketball game 3 and, in co- operation with the Orange and Black, publishes and distributes football and basketball programs. These activities are carried on in an effort to raise money for senior honor sweaters. The year 1946-47 marks the first time the Letterman's Club has been an auxiliary to the Athletic Council of Hanover High. The officers elected for the past yeariarez president, Jack stonesiferg secretary, Berl Biddleg and treasurer, Skip Eckert. -.rw Sixty-four F eazfures .LJJJ rr Midsl scenes we know so well Sixty-Jive fi" K , xx , . X , -, ,, A 7 L ?"N'f i vim Nh Q' J .xbl KVI: S 'I nf' fy , Mlm t. X 1 umrulf ' ropfzecy Qf The Class Of 1947 January, 1967 Buenos Aires, Argentina Dear Rev. and Mrs. John Stonesifer: I shall never forget the exciting experience of returning to my home town after twenty years. On my returning home to Buenos Aires, I thought it only grateful to tell you of the experiences I shall hold dear for the rest of my days. - When leaving on my little jaunt from Buenos Aires, I first had to secure a ticket from Janet Zepp whose efficiency secured her a job as airlines reservation clerk for the Trans-Continental Airlines. On boarding my plane, I ran into Harold Hartlaub, who is a salesman for a motor- cycle company that is selling motorcycles to the Spanish-speaking peoples. I learned from Harold that an old classmate of ours, Burnell Krumrine, was piloting our plane. After the take-off, we resumed our self control only to find that a passenger had been forgotten-none other than Dr. Dan Ehrhart Clate, againll. Of course, it was necessary to return for him, so we did just that. His excuse for being late was the delivery of a blessed event of the George George is now chief scientific Earner's. engineer of the new Atomic Rocket Plane. We were now flying in the stratosphere and everyone was adjusting his oxygen mask, with the assistance of our hostess, Anna Erb. I always knew her pleasing per- sonality would be her fortune. She informed us. that we would "stop over" at Reno, Nevada and so we did. When spending the night in Reno, we visited the fabulous "Nancy's Nightclub" owned and managed by none other than the boogie-Woogie king, Harlan Alban. Roll- ing the dice were Craig Wonder and Glenn Yingling. Chief bouncer was Sherman Wildasing Sally Flickinger, our little cigar- ette-girl, was drifting among the acquaint- ances. Suddenly I saw Sophie Clowe! She was making the rounds of the tables taking pic- tures. Our Master of Ceremonies, Freeland Shaffer, introduced that sultry-singing sen- sation, Connie Becker.. And here was John Smith, hanging on the "mike"-crooning. After tipping our waitress, Jean Myers, we obtained our hats from the hat-check girl Anne Weaver. Waiting at the curb for us was one of Hahn's Fleetline Taxi- cabs, driven by William Uimmyb Forney. The following morning, we resumed our excursion. Flying over Arizona, we saw "Virg" Hoffacker and her twelve youngunls racing past in a helicopter. Upon arriving in Hanover's recently built glamorous airport, I decided I was quite famished after my unusual trip. So before meeting you, Rev. Stonesifer, I dropped into Arlus Stonesifer's little coffee shop adjoin- ing the airfield and ordered dinner. My waitress, to my surprise, was Daryle Clauser, and slinging hash in the kitchen was Nancy Hamm. Charles Boyer was busy with the financial accounts. I registered at the Achenbach Hotel where Congressman Berl Biddle was regis- tered. Bellboy John Hotz carried my bags to the elevator where Francis Hassler took us to the third floor. Of course, my visit couldn't possibly have been complete without returning to sweet old E. H. S. No, no, anything but that! Alvin Resh was perched on the principal's seat. Nancy Kraft, his efficient secretary, was taking dictation. Taking Mr. Resh's pulse was "Hemmie" Dorothy Leppo, school nurse. Coach James Rightmire, recently Sixty-six 5 . 3 o f dw .4 ff' J' . ,,,., , ,v..,,. r 4 r xg 5 if 1 , 2 Q , 4 2 M , - LZ Q W I as . rv: vi 'vu J' if ,,, 1, 5 ,. Www. p l ' ' 4' xv ,N Ni y A AA....A,:,,:,A:A. ,,,.. . 1 B 1 .,m...,. M' v--- 1 H r Wjw -,mfr f -my , - . . , , N . mf w g f , 4 "" ff. ' ' , .., A E W A 1 ' ' 5 ,P ' ...,,-- -Y ' f. 4' 1 I ' i . V 4 f gd.-. gn ,W , 1 ... bf w a., , gn x H V " ,.Aw,Qi ... fa ' . 'Q , R Q , i 15: W if I .... I1 'V ag, .f ,.,, gm, ' Y .. Bw, 'vw 5 as vow Q 2 If wp 4 , ff' Wx' M w ,Al Prophecy Of The Class Of 194 7- fC'ontinuedfrom Page 661 engaged to Dorothy Zepp, had the Boys' Gym Class on a strenuous hike, while Marian Wendler, girls' gym teacher, was teaching Mary Ellen Schuman's little daugh- ter how to tumble. Among the other staff members were Charlie Leppo, history teach- er 5 Naomi Faber, chemistry teacherg Anne Wentz, art instructorg Charlotte Fuhrman, Latin teacherg and Cletus Rebert, math teacher. Walking down the beautiful campus on my way back to the hotel, I met Charlotte Reichart, who told me she owns a scrump- tious beauty salon. Her assistants are Helen Bankert and Gladys Baumgardner. Passing by the library, I couldn't resist looking for the outstanding book of the year written by Eleanor Scholl. Trudye Shana- brook helped me find it. When returning to my hotel room, I found a copy of the Evening Sun, edited"by Phyllis Baughman, first woman editor of a Hanover news edition. I decided to scan the news of this lively metropolis, only to find that a few of my old friends had hit Broadway. Lois Arentz was making her debut in Metro- politan Opera. Mary Lou Bollinger's lovely fcontralto voice was going to be heard over -station XYZ at 10:30 p. m. under the di- rection of Philip Swartzbaugh's Symphony Orchestra. The play hit of the year, "Frailty, Thy Name Is Woman" was produced and di- rected by Jane Martin. The scenery for the play was painted by that well-known combination, Eckert and Beck, Inc. Costume designing was by Mildred Scholl and the make-up artist was Stevie Snyder. Orches- tration for the play was arranged by Beryl Stauffer, and pianist Carolyn Mummert was the composer of the music for the play. You can imagine my regret at having to 'return to Buenos Aires again, after seeing and hearing about all my classmates. So, after checking out of Achenbach's glam- orous hotel, I climbed into a taxi and pro- ceeded to go to the airport. Who should be driving the taxi now, but Malcolm Markle. He began telling me about the accident he had just seen happen to Ed Pennewill who was trying out his latest in- vention from the flagpole on the Square. Malcolm told me they rushed Ed to the hospital in an ambulance driven by Ned Witmer and Dr. Leland Barnhart presided over the limp body while nurses Vivian Yingling and Becky Rinker held the pa- tient's hands. It frightened me almost to death to hear about such a gruesome event. Malcolm said he improved rapidly though- Mac also told me that Betty Rice is head dietician and that was why Ed improved so rapidly. Going out Broadway, QI was still in the taxi, understandb who did my eyes pounce upon but Mona Roberts, Lois Markle, and Nila Grim. Mac told me they all had won- derful clerical jobs. Next, I saw Marty Myers and her hubby, Ray, pushing a baby coach out of the "Nursery Rhyme Shop" on Broadway. They certainly looked happy. Speaking of Broadway makes me think of New York and that reminds me of Evelyn Barnitz. "Evie" is living in the top floor of a twenty-five story skyscraper. Why, my stars! There's Lorna Diviney. Now, wonder what she's doing-well, guess I have to leave that up to my imagination but I certainly hope she is Mrs. B. B. by now. Well, Mac brought me to a jolting halt in front of the airport just in time for my plane. I want to tell you, John, and Nancy, too, that I had a lovely visit with you. Give Nancy and the family my best regards. Gratefully yours, Jerome Swam I 1 Sixty-eight 'ww gil! 'l!'f"" ,-has 4mK"' an L 4 SE j gffi ti f IF EVLQ Chidqm -Gavin fi. sk if sf Q Ellppreriatinn The Nornir Staff wishes to expr sincere appreciation to the following Edmund's Studio Anthony Printing Company Everybodys Publishing Co. Miss Mary C. Zinn Mrs. Louis Wiley, Jr. Mrs. Erle K. Diehl Carroll Smeak Mr. L. H. 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