Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)
- Class of 1950
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TU IJUH DEAR ULD ALMA MATEH WE RAISE UUH
THE CLASS OF 1950
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Administration ............. .... 6 - 9
Seniors ............ .. II-34
Inniors and Sophs .... .... 3 5-39
Athletics ..............i .... 4 3-56
A Little Bit of Everything .. S7
Councils ............. 53
Crangc and Black .... SQ
Y-Teens ............ 6o
HifY ...,........ 61
FCA ancl FHA .... .. 62
Nornir ........... . . 63
Chorus ............. 64
liancl and Orchestra .... .... I 15
Sophomorc-lunior Play .. . .... 66-67
Senior Play .......... .. 68
Camera Capers . .... 69-72
Class nf 1950
In planning the Hrst year book of EHS, the staff
appealed to Mrs. Mabel C. Wolcott of the Hanover
Public Library for suggestions for suitable and
unusual names. From the list that Mrs. Wolcott
submitted, the name, Norfzir, was selected.
Nornir, or Norns, are the three fates of Scandi-
navian mythology. They represent the. Past, Pres-
ent, and Future. While sitting under an ash tree
they spin the events of human life.
Besides these three Norns, every human creature
has a personal Norn or Fate. The home of the
Norns is called "Doomstead" in Scandinavian
With this issue, the Class of 1950 presents its
record of past and present with a glance toward
the future, in the hope that our record of accom-
plishments may continue.
We sincerely dedicate this 1950 edition of
the yearbook to the memories of our alma
mater, Eichelherger High School.
Our memories are precious things. They
are reminders of days gone hy, of thoughts
to he cherished always. They are the little
things that are great in value.
Perhaps when we grow older, we shall
fondly recall our teen-age years. MRemem-
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CAROLYN MUMMERT, Secretary
A dehnite asset, Carolyn is most helpful to the
students in every possible way.
She could be called the ambassador of the
office, for it is she Whom We must see in order
to accomplish all our minor tasks of interest to
RAY W. GRAY, Principal
The typical high school principal,
Mr. Gray is known by all students of
our high school. His familiar figure can
be seen in the office and throughout
Perhaps most of us seldom see Mr.
Gray except in our regular assembly
programs. This is the time when he
comes before us with timely and im-
To get "excuses excused, permits permitted,
and signatures signedf, We must journey to
There the most familiar figures are the
principal and his secretary.
DR. BOHREN SPEAKS
The challenges to American youth
upon graduation from high school are
many. These challenges become real
only when the individual develops an
awareness of the problems of society
and a realization of how closely these
problems are related to his own life.
Education challenges a person
through better understanding, to make
a constructive effort to improve the
society in which he lives. Each chal-
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whether or not we like what meets
It is the educated citizen who must
act to correct any unsatisfactory condi-
tions in our way of life. The challenge
is especially for the youth whose ideals
are undimmed and who normally pos-
sess greater courage and determination
than do their elders to tackle difficult
or seemingly impossible tasks.
Superintendent of schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Lawrence B. Sheppard, Preri--
dentf Clyde H. Zartman, C.
Homer Meredith, Harry M
Folmer, Wilson M. Nace,
Dr. Karl Bohren, Superinzend-
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MASSES UF CLASSES
Although we sometimes grumbled over long and tedious hours of homework, our studies were
quite an experience.
Eichelberger taught us many things which We shall never forget. Through three years of study
we learned many things of material value. Even more important, our alma mater was the place
in which each one of us started to draw a blueprint for a future life.
"--we pledge ourselves defenders of the Orange and the Black."
,loan Lee, Marlene, and Pat gazing at posters. Action at the rip-saw!
Pounding at the typewriter! I0 Co ahead! Burn your fingers!
FUH SE IUHS IJ LY
CAP 'N' GOWN 'N' DIPLOMA TIME INCLUDES US-the class of 1950! Perhaps it should
be a gay time, perhaps a serious time, perhaps both. Each year whizzed by even faster than the
preceding one, and now our senior year is gone.
Our memories of Eichelberger . . . what are they now? What will they be? Friendships made
and friendships broken . . . some lasting forever, others gone with the wind.
Teachers respected and teachers criticized . . . how can we ever thank some of them for end-
lessly contributing knowledge and just plain common sense? Words could never express the grati-
tude we feel when a teacher steps down among us and urges us to greater things.
High school introduced dances . . . the magic of the music, going out-of-town for something
to eat, later hours! Gradually, the fellows began to drive the family cars. Even more gradually,
they learned to jitterbug!
Do, re, mi! Stay in character! . . . our class found music and dramatics completely likeable.
We were, and still are, proud of our achievements in those Helds. They were challenging, but more
Sports aroused all of us . . . our new stadium made us feel quite professional. The fellows
played hard, we cheered from the bottom of our hearts-and lungs. Regardless of the score, we
followed our athletic males. They symbolized fair play.
The class of 1950 has a record of which it can be proud. We learned that hard work counts.
As sophomores, we presented a delightful comedy, "And Came the Spring." lust to prove our
ability, we chose the dramatic "The Little Foxes" in our junior year. For a finale of our stage work,
a huge cast produced "The Skin of Our Teeth." if
The operettas for our sophomore and junior years were "New Moon" and "The Red Mill,"
respectively. Hard work and fun were combined in both musicals. We knew we had been successful
when, in the springs of '48 and ,49, the proms we gave were praised. How could we ever forget
the Candy Cane Ball of our sophomore year, and the Mint Iulep of our junior year?
As Spring rolled around this year, we were swamped by the traditions of Campus Day,
Commencement, and dances. When our underclassmen held the Prom in honor of us, we really
felt like sophisticated seniors! But our class history and our high school memories won't stop now.
GLEN F. LEISTER, President
Class President 1, 2, 33 Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, Vice-President 2, President 32
HR President 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 A Cappella 33 Operetta 1, lg Play 1, 2, 3
Intramural Basketball 2, 3Q Red Cross Council IQ Co-Ed Council 1, President 2g Boys
Athletic 1, 23 Psychology 33 Nornir Business Manager 3.
I: our foothall captain? middle name really Ferdinand? Ark him!
DONALD L. HAHN, Vice President
Class Vice-President 2, 33 Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Varsity Track 1, 2Q Hi-Y 1, 2, 32
HR President 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Student Council IQ Ril'le and Pistol IQ
Boys' Athletic 21 Nornir Associate Editor 3.
Who'.v that lilzle guy on .fhe gridiron? . . . no one but Hahnie!
JEAN L. BAKER, Secretary
Class Secretary 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, Vice-President 2, President 3g HR President 1, 2,
Vice-President 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, Exchange Editor 31 Mixed Chorus 23 Girls'
Chorus 31 A Cappella 33 Operctta 23 Play 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Red Cross
Council IQ Co-Ed Council 1, Vice-President 23 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 33 Press IQ Glee 23
Psychology 33 Nornir Editor-in-Chief 3. .
Iean'.f conlented when :he has a nice fire, rome popcorn, and .rome shrimp!
HENRIETTA MAMIE HESS, Treasurer
Class Treasurer 33 HR Vice-President 1, Secretary 3g Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2,
33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, President 3g Dancing IQ Typing 2g Bridge 3Q
Nornir, Girls' Sports Editor 33 Play 3.
Hen: "Yer, mazlam, I'm :ure this hat really .fltflf your facial characteristics."
Band 3g Intramurals 3Q Girls' Athletic 33 Dramatic 3.
ADA MAY AULTHOUSE
"Ada May" Home Economics
Intramurals 1, 33 Girls' Athletic I, 33 FHA 2, 33 Girls' Shop 1
P. EDWARD AUMEN
To get something finished
Football Manager 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Band 1- Mixer
Chorus 23 Operetta 22 Play 33 Intramural Basketball 2, 3,
Boys Athletic I, 3Q Rifle 2.
BETTY J. BATR
Knitting IQ Study 2, 3. l
MARY C. E. BAKER
ffskippyv To succeed Commercial
Y-Teens IQ Intramurals I, 2, 3Q Girls' Athletic IQ Dancing I'
Music Appreciation 25 Psychology 3.
JEAN M. BALDAUF
"Baldy" CONE? Academic
Debating 2, 31 Y-Teens I, 2: HR Secretary 21 Orange and
Black I, 2Q Feature Editor 3g Play 31 Intramurals I, 2. 33
Girls' Athletic I, 2, 31 Press IQ Glee 25 Public Speaking 5:
Nornir, Feature Editor 3.
Baseball I: HR Vice-President 2Q Student Council ig Press IQ
Photography, Secretary 21 Boys' Cooking 3.
JOYCE IRENE BARBOUR
Housewife and mother
A Cappella 3g Girls' Chorus 3Q Play 3: Y-Teens IQ Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3Q Girls' Athletic I, 23 Girls' Shop IQ Spanish 23
Evie, the soda jerk . . . Works at Li' t"' A
Lge ts, da May is our Harvest Queen . , . has coal black llllifg
Eddie makes everyone like him despite his pranks . . . pals with Bob: our shy and studious Betty . . .
an example of a good typist3 Marr with th- 4' ' ' " ' ' '
y c quiet voice . . . bllflgb delicious candy to school: debating
'n' datinghno one but Baldy: Pat's always seen with his neat Iiuickg Chic's an engaged gal . . . always
has an answer for everything.
JANET MARIE BARNES
Y-Teens 25 Play 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 32
Dancing IQ Study 2, 35 Gymnastics 35 Nornir 3.
Red Cross Council 35 FCA 1, 2, 3.
.IUANNE B. BEARD
"Ioanie" Home Economics
Intramurals 31 Red Cross Council 25 Girls, Athletic 1, 3
Girls' Shop IQ Typing 25 Driving 35 Play 3.
Intramurals I, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 31 Dramatic IQ Glee 2
FCA Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3.
CARL RICHARD BEMILLER
HGorgeous George" Academic
Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Baseball 25 Track IQ Hi-Y
2, 3: Band 1, 2, 35 Play 32 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Dancing 15
Spanish 25 Study 3.
STEPHEN RENAULT BENFORD
To be 21 so I can vote
Football IQ Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Orange and Black 1, 25 Intramural
Basketball IQ Rifle and Pistol 1, 2, Treasurer 3: Camera Club 3.
Football 15 Basketball IQ Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 RiHe Club I, 25 FCA 3.
Friendly, red'-haired Polly . . . a liking for G'hurg5 Roy is Mr. Stoner's right-hand man . . . enjoys
hunting and lashing: "California, here I come!" says Ioanie: Mary "Heeftal" prefers baby sitting . . .
especially with big babicsg our "Sterling" mayor of Pleasant Hill . . . fond of home-made tlevil's food
cake: Carl's the co-captain of our pretzel-bending team: it's Raymond's pet advertisement . . . Steve
"Windsor-Knot" Benford, Nellie's corn-cob pipe is essential to his Wardrobe.
GUY L. BROWN
Football 2g Driving rg Study 2, 3.
PHYLLIS ROSE BROWN
Dancing IQ Rifle 23 Driving 3.
JUNE ELIZABETH BUBB
Intramurals 2, 32 Dramatic 33 Debating 35 Nornir 3.
Photography 33 Play 3.
SHIRLEY A. BERWAGER
"Shirl" TWWZ Commercial
Y-Teens 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Dancing rg Study 2g Gym-
GLANARD L. BIDDLE
"Ish" Teacher Academic
Tennis 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus
1, 25 A Cappella 3, Operetta 1, 2g Play 1, 2g Intramural
Basketball 2, 3g Student Council 25 Boys' Athletic IQ Rifie 2Q
Boys' Cooking 3.
JEUNE E. BLOCHER
"Ieune,' Dlflfflfm Academic
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 33
Play 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3g Red Cross Council 3, Girls'
Athletic 1, 2, 3, Dramatic IQ Typing 2, Bridge 33 Nornir 3.
JOAN V. BOLLINGER
"Ioanie" G0 10 5511001 General
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Orange and Black 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2g
Girls' Chorus 3, A Cappella 3, Operetta IQ Student Council
IQ Red Cross Council 2, Girls' Athletic 2, 35 Intramurals 1,
2, 3g Dancing rg Press 23 Typing 3.
Shirl has pretty brown hair for an asset . . . a likeable galg Ish is a typical clown . . . likes to differ
in opiniong Ieune's an admirer of Atlantic City . . . chums with Goodieg Ioanie with the jovial smile
. . . easy to talk with, our Guy is fond of girls . . . but you'd never know it: St. Francis Prep and
YIC attract Brownie, a good sport in more ways than one . . . Iunc Bubb, of course, Ken's a newcomer
to our class . . . but is liked by everyone.
Position with Eastman Kodak
Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 35 Basketball Manager I, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 33
I-IR Treasurer 25 Operetta 25 Play 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3g
Dancing IQ Camera I, 2, President 35 Nornir, Photography
Rifle 1, 25 Photography 3.
Play 35 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 35 Dancing I1
Study 25 Gymnastics 3.
RICHARD D. CRAWFORD
Baseball 25 FCA 1, 2, 3.
PHYLLIS M. CROUSE
To become Mrs. Coppersmizh
"CharleyH Home Economics
Y-Teens 1: Play 3: Property Committee I, 2, 31 Intramurals
I, 2, 31 Girls' Athletic I, 2, 3: FHA 1, Historian 2, Local Presi-
dent 3, State Historian 31 Girls' Woodshop 3.
MARY LOUISE DEAGEN
To live in the deep South
Study 1, 2, 3.
Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Play 32 Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35 Girls' Shop i5 Spanish 21 Psychology 3.
.IEANNE M. DUBBS
Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Play 35 Intra-
murals I, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic I, 2, 35 Dancing IQ Dramatic 2:
Bridge 35 Nornir, Typist 3.
Most distinctive laugh . . . talent for photography . . . "Iack's Photo Service"5 Chas has a slow drawling
voice . . . typical Southern accentg Marie will make some man a good wife . . . a skating fan: what
more can We say about Harvey? . . . he's just "Harvey"5 Phyllis has a husky voice . . . picture of a
good homemakerg Squirt has a flair for drawing . . . vivacious and activeg Dinosaur Diehl . , . liking
for sports5 Icannie with the dark hair . . . dark eyes, too.
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SHIRLEY MAE DUBBS
Go to School
Y-Teens 1, 22 Orange and Black 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3, Dancing 1, Glee 2, Bridge 3, Nornir 3.
XVrestling Manager 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Operetta 2, Play 3, Boys' Athletic 1, Photography 2, Boys'
EMMA R. EARNER
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Play Prompter 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Girls
Athletic 3, Public Speaking 2, Debating 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 1,
Vice-President 3, American History Award 2.
ROBERT K. ELINE
Operetta 2, FCA 1, 2, 3.
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Y-Teens I, 2, HR Treasurer 2, Orange and Black 1, 2, 3,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 1, 25
Y-Teens 2, Treasurer 3, HR Vice-President 1, Secretary 3,
Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus 3, A Cappella 3, Operetta 2,
Play 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3, Student
Council 2, Dramatic 1, 2, President 3, Nornir, Senior Editor 3.
JOHN R. FEESER, JR.
Track 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3, FCA 1, 3, Rilie and Pistol 2.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3, Boys' Athletic 1, 2, 3.
Dubber's pretty eyes always flash a friendly smile Wherever she goes, Bill's the nursemaid to the
'rasslin' team, Emma . . . love that Steve Van Buren and the Philadelphia Eaglcslg Bob's an admirer
of Mr. Murray's lectures CPD, Viv's devoted to North Carolina . . . Chub tool, Phyllis . . . make mine
a twenty-cent milkshakel, Where will you see anyone who has curly hair like Fez'sP, Art's proud of
his ability to tie First aid bandages.
Driving IQ FCA 2, 3.
MARIAN A. FLICKINGER
"Salley" Home Economics
FHA I, 2, 32 Girls' Athletic 55 Nornir 3g Girls' Wootlshop 3.
NANCY LEE FLICKINGER
Y-Teens I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Orange and Black I1 Recl
Cross Council 21 Girls' Athletic I, 2, 32 Dancing IQ Spanish 2g
FRANCES LOUISE FORBES
Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic ig Dancing IQ Glec 2,
"Fuzz" Home Economics
Intramurals 1, 2, 3: FHA 1, 2, 3.
Play gg Intramurals I, 2, 35 HomeiNursing 1, Glee 2, Psychol-
ogy 3: Gymnastics 3.
Intramurals 1, 2, 31 Girls' Athletic 1, 2g Dancing IQ Music
Appreciation 23 Psychology 3.
PAULINE ELIZABETH FUHRMAN
Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 2g Psychology 3.
Lloyd is Mr. Gray's hancly man . . . our Sherlock Holmcsg Marian has talent for art . . . no one
can compareg Aunt Mary's pumpkin pie has Spickie's eye: Francis is a shy gal . . . So'thern lilt in
her voiceg Fuzzy VVuzzy was a Forry . . . Dolores. of course: Phyllis has a craving for our cafeteria
footl . . . and howl, Charlotte's personal odclity is that thar climple in her ching Pauline has school
spirit . . . her orange sweater catches everyone's eye!
ELIZABETH L. CASS
Y-Teens 25 HR Secretary 1, Treasurer 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Red Cross Council 25 Dancing IQ Study 25 Gymnastics 32
FCA 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT MICHAEL GEMMILL
Baseball 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 32 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Mixed
Chorus 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Student Council I,
Treasurer 31 Driving IQ Boys' Athletic 2, 35 Nornir, Boys'
Sports Editor 3.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Orange and Black 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 32
HR Secretary IQ Play IQ Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic
1, 2, 31 Dramatic 15 Bridge 3.
SHIRLEY M. FULCO
"Tink Tonk" Home Economics
Y-Teens IQ Intramurals IQ FHA 1, 2, Secretary 35 Home
Nursing IQ Girls' Woodshop 3.
NANCY ELIZABETH FUNK
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 25 A Cappella 35 Girls'
Chorus 35 Girls' Ensemble 21 Play 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 31
Girls' Athletic, 1, 2, 33 Dancing 15 Glee 25 Study 33 Orange
and Black 1, 2, 3.
Rifle and Pistol 1, 25 FCA 2, 3.
, JANE E. GARVICK
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Play 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic
1, 2, 35 Dancing IQ Glee 25 Study 35 Nornir 3.
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Fellasl Shirley Won the cherry-pie baking contest . . . uummm!5 Nan says her talent is loafing . . .
"considering the source": look out, Garrett . . . the scenery's falling!5 brrr, Iane . . . that open rumble
seatlg Lizzie's another gal Who's California-bound . . . fond of drawing5 Bill . . . Mr. Murray's favorite
paint-1nixer5 Mike appreciates Canasta, po'k chops, home-fried potatoes . . . basketball, too!5 popcorn,
doughnuts, letters . . . all for Toppy!
GLADYS GLORIA GOBRECHT
a bald man a permanent
"Goby" Home Economics
Y-Teens IQ Girls' Chorus 35 Property Committee 25 Intra-
murals 1, 35 Girls' Athletic IQ FHA 1, 2g Driving 3.
.IEANE LOUISE GOOD
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 HR Secretarylfreasurer IQ Orange and Black
I, 2, 35 Play 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35
Dramatic IQ Typing 25 Bridge, President 35 Nornir 3.
PATRICIA ANN GOUKER
Y-Teens 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 35 A Cappella 35 Intramurals 1,
2, 31 Dancing IQ Glee 25 Psychology 3,
ELIZABETH C. CRIMES
To feed Mr. Fulzrma
"Betty" Home Economics
Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Property Committee 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic
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JULIA ANN GROSS
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35
V Dancing IQ Glee 25 Bridge 3.
' ' 35 Track 1
Varsity Football 1, 2, 35 Varsity Wrestling I, 2,
' B 's' Athletic 15 FCA 25 Study 3.
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, oy
Intramural Basketball 35 FCA 1, 2, 3.
MARY ANN HEANEY
Private secretary and a go fer
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Goby's delight . . . listening to the radio, eating macaroni and cheese5 Goodie is fond of dancing . . .
has a distinctive Way of Writingg keep trying, Pat . . . someday you'll reach five feetg Elizabeth . . .
our Miss Future Homemaker of EHS5 dancing and eating . . . that's for Iuliag "Oh, l1oW I hate to
get up in the morning!" says Earl5 Tom's the silent Sam of the class of '5o5 Mary Ann's moved from
know she is someone else's gain.
Hanover . . . but we
MARY JANE HEISER
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Majorctte IQ Play 33 Library Assistant 35
Intramurals r, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35 Nornir 3g Dra-
DEAN S. HELWIG
IV Iiootball IQ Track r, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Play 35 Photography IQ
Rifle and Pistol 2.
To own a new Packard
FCA r, 2, 3.
WILLIAM H. HILBERT
Red Cross Council 2, 3.
DOLORES MAY HOF F HEINS
"HoHie'l Home Economics
Dancing IQ Study 25 Girls' Woodshop 3.
RICHARD V. HOKE
Hi-Y 1, 2, 31 Orange and Black I, 2, 3: Band IQ Mixcd
Chorus 1, 2: A Cappella 35 Operetta 2Q Play 1, 2, 35 Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Red Cross Council IQ Co-Ed Council
1, 25 Rifle and Pistol IQ Photography 25 Study 35 Nornir 3.
WILLIAM GITT HOLLINGER
Mixed Chorus 1, 25 A Cappella 35 Operetta r, 2g Photography
I, 25 Red Cross Council 3.
JOHN F. HUMBERT
Football IQ Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 35 Rifle I5 Boys' Athletic
Mary Iane's favorite song is "Ears and Ears Ago" . . . wonder WhyP5 "Reds, Fill'er up . . . I'm going
to the Ice FolliesI"5 Paul likes Women and Norwegian pancakes . , . what a combinationlg Bill's the
only boy in section 12S . . . oh, brother!5 "Sew and save" is HofIie's motto . . . a good one!5 Richard
"I love 'em all" Hoke! . . . nuff said!5 Bill, the boy with the giggles . . . hates women drivers5 Iohn
is an expert bowler . . . a bicycle mechanic.
Track IQ Mixed Chorus IQ Hi-Y I, 2, 35 Photography 1, 22
RITA MARY JOHNSON
To rear a football team
"Gert" Home Economics
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 1, 2, 3g Play 3, Cafeteria 2, 3
Girls' Athletic I, 2, 3g Nornir 3.
BARBARA J. KEENEY
Meet Charles C. Charles
Y-Teens 1, 2g HR President rg Orange and Black 1, 2, 3
Play IQ Intramurals 1, 2, 32 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3g Dramatic 1,
Secretary-Treasurer 2g Bridge 33 Red Cross Council 1.
Y-Teens IQ Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic IQ Dancing IQ
Music Appreciation 2Q Driving 3.
Own a gym
Study xg FCA 2, 3.
MARVIN R. KRAF T
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3g Operetta 25 Intramural Basketball 3
Press IQ Photography 2, 3.
Band I, 2, 3g Play 3g Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Dancing I
FCA 2, 3.
ROBERT ALLEN KRISE
Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 23 Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3
Hi-Y 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Play 3, Intramural Basketball 3
Boys' Athletic 1, 2, 3.
FRED J. LAUGHMAN
Driving IQ FCA 2, 3.
Rita's our make-up instructress . . . corned beef 'n' cabbage is her joy, Barb's a banker's delight . . .
Charlie's too, we betchal, "Are you ill or don't you feel well?" . . . when you hear that, Shirley's aroundg
Iohn's gift . . . weight-liftingg the seat beside Miss Menges' desk . . . that's Marv's!g Kreeger's the
fella who sells tasty pretzels, Bob says, "Alabama, here I come!"g Fred's our Pennsylvania Dutchman
. . . he loves it, though!
Y-Teens 1, 23 Orange and Black 1, 2, Editor 35 Play IQ Intra-
murals 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35 Press IQ Dramatic 25
JOHN DANIEL LEESE
Track Manager 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 FCA 1, 2, 3.
TED ALWYN LeGORE
Baseball Manager 1, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 25 Dancing 15
Boys' Athletic 25 Typing 3.
Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus IQ A Cappella 35 Orchestra 15
Hi-Y IQ Play 35 Orange and Black 35 Photography 15 Music
Appreciation 25 Psychology 3.
JOHN R. LITTLE, JR,
"Little" Fflfmff Vocational
Play 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Dancing IQ
FCA 2, 3.
G. JOAN LUDWIG
United Nation: Interpreter
Class Treasurer 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1,
News Editor 2, 35 Chorus IQ Play 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35 Public Speaking 1, 2, 35 Press 1,
Dramatics 35 Nornir 3.
JANET N. MARKLE
ffspikev To become a Mrs. Academic
Y-Teens 1, 25 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 25
A Cappella 35 Trio 25 Quartet 35 Sextet 35 Girls' Chorus 35
Opcretta 1, 25 Play 1, 35 Majorcttc 21 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 35 Press IQ Dramatic 25 Driving 3.
JANET P. MARKLE
"Sue" Mu-'lf Academic
Y-Teens 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Red Cross Council 25 Girls'
Athletic 1, 2, 35 Music Appreciation IQ Typing 25 Driving 3.
Oh boy! Fevie made another one of her creationslg "The Great Iohn L." . . . our switchboard stand-by5
don't be afraid, Ted, it's only the radio! . . . memories?5 Frank's chewing that licorice stick again
. . . a first chair holder in bandg Iohn, remember . . . B-9, I-23, O-I2 . . . bingo5 Shorty's
our very own "Midge" . . . a little gal5 singing and becoming engaged typify Ianet5 specs and freckles
seem to spell Sue Markle . . . a letter writer!
MARGARET M. MARKLE
Y-Teens 2, 35 Play 35 Intramurals 1, 2g Girls' Athletic 35
Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 25 Bridge 3.
OWEN H. MEHRING
Hi-Y 2, 35 Band I, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 21 A Cappella 33 Op-
eretta 25 Play 35 Boys' Athletic 1, 35 Music Appreciation 2.
DOLORES MAY MENGES
To earn my bread and butter
"Polly" Home Economics
FHA 1, 2, Vice-President 35 Cafeteria 2, 35 Assistant Manager
of Boys' Cooking 3.
JEAN A. MILLER
To be successful
Music Appreciation 1, 25 Psychology 35 Nornir 35 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3.
Me mace-elm . . .
JOAN F. MILLER
To run a nursery
li 57 '
Y-Teens I, 2, 35 HR Secretary 2, President 35 Student Council
2, 3: Music Appreciation 1, 25 Psychology 3g Nornir 3.
To lead a successful life
Y-Teens I, 2, 31 Orange and Black I, 2: Majorette I, 2, 35
Mixed Chorus 25 Operctta I, 2: Play 31 Intramurals I, 2, 35
Girls' Athletic I, 2, 35 Dancing IQ Bridge 25 Debating 25
SHIRLEY MARIE MILLER
,R To be a great singer
ami 'KShirley" Commercial
Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 A Cappella 31 Sextet
1, 2, 35 Operctta 1, 2, 35 Play 31 Girls' Athletic 2, 35 Press IQ
fi 'frills W ' - '
' Dramatic 2, Treasurer 3g Nornir 3.
SUSAN ELIZABETH MILLER
K fa, - '
ij? "Sue,' NW'-If Academic
M N lg Qi ' 15.1 Y-Teens I, 21 Majorctte 35 Cheerleader 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35
fi r A Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 33 Dramatic IQ Bridge 2, 3.
Baby sitting and ice cream . . . especially for Margie5 "Holy cow" . . . Owen in his Fire-engine red
car5 Dolores is left-handed when writing at a desk . . . right-handed at the board5 want a permanent
for that crew cut? . . . see Iean5 hear that? it's just Ioan cleaning houseg Myrt's really Terpsichore
. . . class of '5o5 Shirley, the dogs aren't sticking to the sidewalks after all5 Sue was seen as Queen
WILLIAM H. MULLER
RiHe and Pistol IQ Photography 23 FCA 3.
LESTER MUMMERT, JR.
To own a trucking company
Band 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Basketball 23 Intramural Basket
ball 33 Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 23 Driving 3.
ARTHUR L. MYERS
Chorus 1, 23 Operetta IQ Ride and Pistol 1, 2.
M mica! career
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 A Cappella 33 Girls'
Chorus 33 Trio IQ Sextet 23 Operetta 1, 23 Play 2, 33 Intra-
murals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3g HR Vice-President 2,
Treasurer 33 Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 2.
.IACQUELIN LOUISE MYERS
"Iackie" New-'PaPf"' ffpoffff' Academic
Orange and Black 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic
1, 2, 33 Red Cross Council 33 Press 1, 2.
ROBERT D. MYERS
HBCU' Actor or writer Academic
Class Vice-President IQ Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2, 33 Operetta 1, 2'
Mixed Chorus 1, 21 A Cappella President 33 Play 1, 2, 33
Intramural Basketball 2, 33 Student Council 33 Public Speak-
ing IQ Boys' Athletic 2, .33 Nornir 3.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2Q Girls' Chorus 33 A Cap-
pella 33 Operetta 1, 23 Play 33 Band 23 Orange and Black 1, 2
Art Editor 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 3'
Debate IQ Dramatic IQ Rifle and Pistol 23 Bridge 33 Nornir 3.
GLENN RODNEY NEWMAN
"I'Iorse', Oftfofnnh Academic
IV Football 1, Varsity 2, 33 IV Basketball 1, Varsity 23 Base-
ball 2, 35 HR Vice-President 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 A Cap-
pella 3Q Operetta IQ Play 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Intramural Basket-
ball 3j Student Council IQ Boys' Athletic 1, 2.
Bill's pastime is dating his girl, his work is taking care of chickens . . . any connection?3 Les is our
Heet-footed relay man . . . Hen's, IOO3 Squirt's the Einstein of the vocational boysg sweet in manner
and in voice . , . that's Elig Iackie's an admirer of anyone with a good memory3 Bob will oHer
Laurence Olivier stiff competition someday . . . he can sing, tool3 Ripley's Believe It or Not . . . Lee
beat the tortoise in the raceg just ask Horse who the intramural basketball champs were!
Boys' Athletic IQ Photography 2, 3g Intramural Basketball 3.
Band I, 2, 3g FCA I, 2, 3g Driving 33 RiHe IQ Intramural
WILBUR Z. PENNEWILL
Football 2g Hi-Y 1, 2, 31 Band IQ Operctta 2g Play 32 Public
Speaking 2, 33 Boys' Athletic I, 3g Typing 2.
GEORGE E. PITTINGER
Ili-Y ,QQ Play IQ Intramural Basketlmill 2, 33 Dancing IQ Dra-
matic lL llritlge 3.
I I I
Z ace 0 I 1
H. RAYMOND POPE
Chorus IQ Operetta IQ FCA IQ Study 2, 3.
RUTH ,IEANNETTE POTTORFF
To get rielz without worlqing
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 HR Secretary 35 Operetta 2g Play 3g Intra-
murals 1, 2, 33 Student Council 3g Dramatic IQ Glee 2Q Psy-
R. DONALD RAUBENSTINE
Band 1, 2, 32 FCA x, 2, 3g Play 3.
JANET MAY RAUBENSTINE
To be iz eoolg for some Fulzrman fellow
"Homer" Home Economics
FHA I, Treasurer 2, 32 Intramurals 33 Assistant Manager of
Boys' Cooking Club.
Iohn and his bike are faithful pals . . . come wind or raing Allcn's a lover of drumsticks . . . both
wooden and meaty typcsg milkman Wilbur . . . keep those bottles quietlg if you don't know all the
angles to cards, just ask Georgielg twcet! twcet! where's that Canary? . . . it must be Raylg did you
know Ruthie milks cows every day?3 Don's a tall girl's dreamlg Ianet's a speed demon on the electric
sewing machine . . . but oh! ripping those seams!
NEVIN E. RAUBENSTINE
Band 1, 2, 35 FCA 1, 2, 3.
DENNIS M. REBERT
FCA 1, 2, 3.
DOLORES M. REED
To receive a Mrs. degree
"Reed,' Home Economics
Y-Teens 1, 23 FHA 1, 25 Intramurals 25 Study 3.
GERALD E. REHM
Hi-Y 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 25 Boys' Athletic 1, 2,
To obtain a Mrs. degree
Intramurals IQ Girls' Athletic IQ Driving IQ Bridge 25 Typing 3.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 A Cappella 35
Operetta 25 Play 35 Driving IQ Public Speaking 25 Intramural
PHEBE NAOMI RESH
Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 25 Psychology 3.
HAROLD B. RHODES, JR.
Hi-Y 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Chorus IQ A Cappella 35
Operetta IQ Play 1, 2g Rifle and Pistol 1, 25 Red Cross Council
Watch yourself! . . . Nev's sliding on his trombone againg gosh . . . just look at Denny's hair5 Dolores,
would you have any idea where these potato chips came fromP5 ask Chip anything about fishing . . .
he's experienced along that lineg hear that laughter? . . . Harriet, of course5 take a whiff of Louie's
cake a-baking!5 Phebe's lovely red hair is really an assetg "Sweets to the sweet" . . . Harold's slogan
. . . another Canasta lover.
JOAN LEE RICHARDS
Y-Teens I, 25 Band 1, 25 Orchestra I, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2'
Sextet 25 String Quartet 35 Girls' Athletic I, 2, 35 Driving 1
Pulvlic Speaking I, 25 Bridge 3.
NADINE B. RINEHART
"Deanie" Home Economics
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 FHA 2, 35 Play 35 Girls' Athletic 35 Girls
JOAN LOUISE ROHRBAUGH
To go away to school
Y-Teens 25 Girls' Athletic I, 2: Dancing IQ Rifle and Pistol 2'
MARIE C. UQHRBAUGH
Learn to drive a ear
"Shortyl' Home Economics
FI-IA 1, 2, 35 Cafeteria I, 35 Assistant Manager of Boys' Cook-
elaaeee cum! elated
53,5 GG- l .,..
RAY F. SCHUMAN
Band I, 2, 35 Boys' Athletic 35 Rifle and Pistol I, 2.
D0 something and do it well
Basketball I, 2, 35 Track 25 Baseball 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 HR Vice-
President 35 Play 35 Red Cross Council 25 Boys' Athletic I, 35
Y-Teens I, 2, 3: IIR Secretary I, 21 Mixed Chorus I, 25
A Cappella 35 Operetta I, 25 Trio I1 Play 35 Intramurals
I, 2, 31 Girls' Athletic I, 2, Secretary 35 Dramatic IQ Rifle
and Pistol 25 Psychology 3.
PHYLLIS E. SHEETS
To become a Mrs.
"Corkl' Home Economics
Play 35 FHA 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 35 Cafeteria 2, 35 Girls'
Athletic 35 Dancing IQ Driving 3.
Ioan Lce's a water safety gal . . . seen in 21 black Buickg some like picking fights, some like picking
clothes . . . Deanie likes picking beans5 Ioanie, where to now? . . . St. Francis, I bctlg Marie bakes
luscious cherry pies5
whiz . . . there goes Ray's red convertible5 Bob chipped many tombstones in his
carecr5 Shanie's the one with the ski-jump nose . . . trilling voiceg sidewalks were built two feet high
when Phyllis learned to drive!
ANN SHEF F ER
Y-Teens I 2 3' HR President 1- Orange and Black 1 2 3'
,V,- I Mixed Chorus I 2' Operetta 1 2- Sextet 2- Ensemble 3
President I 2 3' Student Council 2 President 3' Girls Athletic
1 2 3' Debating 1- Public Speaking 2' Press Secretary 1.
Cl fi, k
7 Y I 7 5 3 5
If i i':' Play I, 3, Prompter 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3g Red Cross Council
H .,... , , , , , 3 , 3 . , .
3 3 3 I J 7
BARBARA J. SHOLL
Orange and Black 1, 2, 3Q Girls' Athletic 1, 2, 33 Dancing IQ
Typing 25 Dramatic 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
Football 2g Intramural Basketball 2g Study 1, 2, 3. '
JANE CAROL SMITH
Y-Teens 1, 2, 32 Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 HR Secretary IQ
Music Appreciation 1, 2g Nornir 3.
State trooper ,
and Pistol I, 25 Typing 3' . ,.... . .... L V -z
NANCY SPANGLER ,'
Dress designer if in K
"Spang,' Home Economics ' D
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Intramurals I, 2, 3g Press IQ Typing 23 ' I
Driving 3. "I' A1351 '
.,.,, ' , , , w
ROBERT SPRINGER 4 I ii' M if ""' Q E'
To sell Studebalqers
Band 33 Play 3.
State trooper 3 M ,E
IV Basketball IQ Tennis 2Q Dancing IQ Boys' Athletic 2, 3.
Shef's favorite food . . . hog mavv . . . yumlg Barb can never seem to find her pencils . . . must
be the weather, or somethinglg even the hydrogen bomb couldn't speed Smitty's walking paceg Iane's
eating chicken again . . . "for heaven's sake!"3 love those singing telegrams, Wilb?3 Spang's another
of the California-bound trio3 Bob . . . selling those Studebakers again?g we'll never forget Freddie's
beloved clodhoppers3 how could we?
Band 1, 2, 35 Baseball IQ Orchcstra 1, 2, 35 Boys' Athletic 1
Rifle and Pistol 23 FCA 3.
MARIE E. STAUFFER
Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Dancing IQ Study 2, 3.
Hi-Y IQ Band 1, 2, 3g Dance Band 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2
Operetta 1, 2g Chorus 1, 2g A Cappella 35 Music Apprecia-
tion IQ Spanish 25 Forensics 25 Typing 3.
Own a service stazion
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Dancing 15 Camera 25 FCA 3g Track 1, 2, 3.
.. RJ, K 1
JOAN P. STONE
Be a second Amelia Elzrhart
Y-Teens 2, 33 HR Treasurer IQ Chorus 25 Operetta 1, 2
Majorette 2, 31 Red Cr:-ss Council IQ Student Council 2, 3
Music Appreciation IQ Rifle 25 Study 35 Co-Ed Council Presi
dent 35 Play 3.
Y-Teens IQ Girls' Shop IQ Study 2, 3.
Go to New England
Dancing IQ Study 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
DAVID R. STROCK
IV Football 1, 2Q Varsity Basketball 35 Intramural Basketball 2
Rifle 1, 25 Study 3.
Malcolm . . . boom! the boy behind the big bass horn5 Marie's pet pastime is baby sitting . . . has a
friendly personalityg announcing the "champeen" trombone player . . . the one and only Don Sternerg
it's a B-29, it's a destroyer . . . no! it's "Tank"5 Stony . . . tap dancer and baton teacher5 Ma1'gie's
a daydreamer . . . of what, Margie?5 a quiet, poised, fun-loving miss . . . Ladora5 Dave . . . what
ever happened to that nitric acid . . . "wanna beth?
' ffm ,
H ,gay -f gi' 27 ,
3 ,V f L G
IV Football IQ Track rg Baseball 2, 3, Intramural Basketball
2, 35 Rifle 1, 2, FCA 3.
Land a good job
IV Football 1, Varsity 2, 3g IV Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 35
Boys' Athletic IQ FCA 2, 3.
Y-Teens IQ Girls' Athletic 1, 2, Dancing IQ Study 2, 3g Intra-
MARJ ORIE WEIGLE
DORIS MARIE THARP
Y-Teens 2, 3Q Play 35 Girls' Chorus 3Q Glee 2Q Girls' Athletic 3
FCA 1, 2, 3.
Football 35 Play 33 Model Car Vice-President IQ FCA 1, 2, 3
Auditorium Lighting 1, 2, 3.
IV Basketball IQ Varsity 2, 33 FCA 1, 2, 3.
Y-Teens 3, Bridge 35 Intramurals 3g Girls' Athletic 3. ,
Doris is a G'burg fan . . . hmm, wonder whylg Curt! . . . you're just terrible!g Topper! lights . . .
sound . . . camera . . . actionlg Harp is the "littlest angel" in room III? . . . halg umm! . . . just
taste that date and nut pudding, Don!g Poodles . . . remember . . . don't pass the Mau-Dra with
your eyes closed!g if it's anything by Ralph Flannigan, it's okay with Evelyng Margie's devoted to
French fries and hamburgers . . . you're not alone, Margie!
To be a :lucky
Basketball 2, 35 FCA 1, 2, 3. 5
"Mr, Hanover" Vocational
Hi-Y 32 Chorus 1, 25 Operetta 1, 25 Football 1, 35 Intramural
RICHARD L. WENDLER
IV Basketball IQ Varsity 2, 35 Track 2, 35 I-IR President 1, 2Q
Hi-Y r, 2, 35 Band IQ Mixed Chorus 25 Operetta IQ Play 32
Boys' Athletic 1, 2, 3.
FREDERICK H. WENTZ
Play 1, 33 Band 1, 2, 35 Operetta 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 25
Debating 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2g Dramatic IQ Typing 25
DAVID WERN ER
Play IQ Mixed Chorus 25 Operetta 25 Boys' Athletic 2, 3.
ciation 2, 35 Track 2, 3.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 IV Basketball 1, 25 Track 2, 35 HR President 31
Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Operetta IQ Intramural Basketball 23
Student Council 35 Play 33 Boys' Athletic 1, 2, 3.
Dancing IQ Music Appreciation 25 Psychology 23 Girls' Athletic
1, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
BARBARA JEAN YINGLING
5 'KBarb', Commercial
Girls' Shop IQ Music Appreciation 23 Psychology 3.
Mark . . . why don't you get a haircut . . . huh?5 Chinny's proud of his cake-baking ability . . . of
his elongated feet, too!5 Freddy! Shadrack! . . . our Casanova5 Dave has a tendency to be attracted
to the rear ends of trailer trucks!5 ah! listen to the Whisler's French horn!5 Winey's the canning
company's QDewcoj little kernel of corn5 roller skating queen . . . never, never mean . . . of course,
Geraldine!5 Barb says she has two left feet when she tries to dance!
Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Photography IQ Music Appre-
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Play 39 Driving IQ Study 25 Boys' Cooking 3
Don really loves those algebra tests! . . . sometimes.
Hi-Y IQ Mixed ,Chorus 1, 23 A Cappella 33 Operetta I, 2
Play 1, 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2g Dramatic 1, Typing 2
Last, not least, do we see a boy whose name is Iimmy Z.
The pieces of our puzzle of high school life have finally interlocked into a pattern.
Each senior is an individual example of his own workmanship. Yes, our high school
years are over. What have we, as a class, to show for them?
This yearbook is a specimen of the creativeness of the 1950 Nornir stafT,tEach
member contributed much effort, willingness, dependability and service.
While this was done by a staff, it would not have been possible if our class had
not been behind us in every way. Through tense campaigns and "just plain hard
work" we united. l
There was never a project that was too demanding for our class. We were
never uncertain of our capability-feeling this because each one of us knew that
our class could accomplish things.
There is a definite distinction between conceit and pride. We are not unjustly
proud of our class. We are filled with a sense of gratefulness when "The Class of
I95O,, is mentioned.
May we individually fulfill the promise of a great future which we have shown
as a class.
B. Barnhart, Secretary
A. Parthemer, ,President
J. Kane, Treasurer
R. Leppo, Vice-President
FIRST Row: B. Bollinger, A. Ban-
kert, N. Thcrit, B. Becker, C.
Tronc, I. Zinn, I. Zartman. SECOND
Row: B. Barnhart, M. Baublitz,
. Yingling, I. Utz, E. Spangler,
P. Stevens, P. Sterner. THIRD Row:
B. Bair, A. Whisler, E. Bowman,
E. Wine, M. Thoman, B. Snyder,
I. Strcvig, H. Zartman. FoIIRTH
Row: G. Bish, R. Staub, L. Bech-
tel, I. Spangler, D. Strock, G.
Thrush. FIFTH Row: T. Bortner,
S. Blouse, W. Dchoff, L. Zwally,
D. Sowers, D. Walton. SIXTH Row:
R. Bixler, T. Bair, I. Diller, R.
Swartz, R. Wise, F. Strock, D.
FIRST Row: B. Grim, A. Garrett,
K. Gladfelter, D. Fahs, L. Brown,
S. Anthony, M. Garrett. SECOND
Row: F. Godfrey, C. Bowman, D.
Chronister, E. Dull, I. Deschee-
maeker, N. Charmbury, W. Good-
fellow. THIRD Row: P. Frey, C.
Beck, N. Dull, S. Feeser, D. Feeser,
I. Cline, R. Fissel. FOURTH Row:
L. Gobrecht, S. Gobrecht, C.
Clowe, A. Ferree, B. Geiman, W.
Foreman, R. Fuhrman. FIFTH
Row: K. Hawk, R. Doner, R.
Greenholt, G. Garrett, C. Brown.
Uur J aunt .Iuninrs
Frightened? Well, maybe-but just plain scared would describe it much better.
You see, wc, the class of ,5I, had just entered EHS as a group of eager sophomores.
But now we are juniors fin fact, almost seniorsj, and the halls and campus are
During our first two years, stay, we accomplished many things. Earnest cam-
paigning for class ofiicers, the speeches, posters and ballot boxes were all taken in
Our record in athletics deserves praise. The final goal of our achievement in
this Held will be met next year. Football, basketball, baseball, wrestling, track or
tennis-have your choice!
Dramatic ability was willingly displayed in our two productions. In our sopho-
more year, "The Little Foxes" gave the cast an inner satisfaction. It was worthy
of applause. This year, we staged the unforgettable "I Remember Mama." The
performance was excellently done.
We sincerely hope to progress in all fields of scholastic life, and to be worthy
to carry on the traditions of EHS.
FIRST Row: P. Kaltreider, P. Mills,
P. Moul, M. Freilich, M. Houck,
S. Halter, G. Fink. SECOND Row:
I. Moul, N. Moore, L. Kline, B.
Kopp, M. Long, L. Harmon, I.
Kress, L. LeFevre. THIRD Row:
I. Menges, S. Lcese, I. Lease, C.i
Hamme, E. Lau, P. Henry, B.
Hartlaub. Founrir Row: G. Miller,
I. Miller, G. Hublcy, I. Markle, A.
LcGore, S. Howe, M. Markle.
FIFTH Row: I. Humbert, I. Kohr,
I. Kane, I. Houck, W. Houser, R.
Meckley, F. Kauffman. SIXTII Row:
M. Masemer, R. Glenn, R. Gruver,
F. Marsh, R. Klein, W. Marchio,
'Fmsr Row: D. Raubenstinc, R.
Rebert, L. Smith, R. Shriver, P.
Sipe, M. Rohrbaugh, D. Myers.
Secorm Row: D. Nace, B. Reber,
I. Neidhammer, S. Beard, R. Reed,
C. Scheivert, D. Scheivert, I. Rohr-
baugh. THIRD Row: I. Simpson,
M. Sholly, I. Reck, D. Becker, B.
Myers, I. Varner, A. Parthemer,
B. Smith. FOURTII Row: T. Pitts,
W. Neail, R. Rhodes, D. Shearer,
C. Sell, I. Mummert, I. Mussel-
man. FIIfTfl Row: R. Bankert, C.
Altland, R. Geiselman, A. Pearson,
Ill. I B kiwi?-2i'1hf'2"2:s-it l '
A Cltt, Secretary
.l Roth, Treasurer
F Stlne, Vice-President
D Geiselman, President
FIRST Row: W. Cramer, A. Hull,
A. Fidler, I. Emig, B. Bankert,
B. Comm-y, R. Brown. Seccrru
Row: H. Ernst, B. Ficlielberger,
B. Felix, B. Diehl, H. Dehoflf,
B. llyers, A. Chronister. THIIQD
Row: D. Crowl, C. Dulnlis, S. Gin-
ter, I. Colstock, C. Bublu, S. Bech-
tel, S. Flickinger. FOIIIITH Row:
P. Bair, M. Fulirman, C. Fhrhart,
S. Bzinkert, L. Bunkert. N. Bun-
kert, R. Beard, W. Beziling. FIFTII
Row: G. Fulirman, I. Cunning-
ham, F. De Golyer, K. Brubaker,
D. Fusnuclit, L. Altlzmml, R. Car-
baugh, VV. Auchcy. SIXTH Row:
F. Crone, V. Crawford, E. Fox,
C. Alwine, E. Gnrvick, D. Becker,
I. Flickinger. SICVENTH Row: E.
Biddle, YV. Baker, R. Carman, B.
Bunkert, G. Bnnkert, I. Bair, G,
Dubs. EIGHTH Row: E. Fuhrmnn,
FIRST Row: R. Leppo, P. Mes-
singer, D. Mellolt, D. Myers, I.
Markle, I. Leschey, D. Michael.
SECOND Row: I. Mummert, D.
Lockctt, B. Miller, M. Kohr, F.
Mummert, I. Little, P. Miller.
THIRD Row: N. Markle, S. Krebs,
P. Becker, M. Laughman, I.
Naylor, D. Bollinger, D. Bousum.
FOURTH Row: A. Keeney, K. lic-
millcr, D. Brown. S. Bollinger, M.
Lippy, I. Iohnson, W. Nzice. FIFTH
Row: E. Morgret, I. LeFevre, I.
Kleimlinst, P. Kellenberger, C.
Iones, I. 'Messinger, D. Moul, I.
Brown, D. Krebs. SIXTII Row: I.
Kessler, I. LeFevre, R. Luekie, F.
Brown, D. Miller, I. Lzrzus, G.
Lookenliill. SEVENTH Row: R.
Krentler, D. Boyer, A. Lawyer,
I. Kling, H. Krenzer, R. Maiscmer.
EIGHTII Row: I. Keeney, P. Nace,
R. Leppo, I. Kessler, P. March,
Hur Splrltml Snphnmnres
Although the Class of 1952 has only been here at lichelherirer one year, ll alreadv
has experienced much of the liveliness of lulrh school life
Our first class prolect was th ll of electinff our class officers What a campaign
Week that vvasl All those posters Ill the halls and that never to be forgotten assemhly
In the sports field We cheered until our voices were hoarse when our protevees
fiexed their muscles on the gridiron, court, mat, track, and diamond and whv
shouldn't We? Our lxids did a good Iobl
Some of us even went so far as to Hex our vocal cords we were an Important
part of the chorus Then too, a few more of us started memorizing the lines for
the class play. The show was so successful that an extra performance was demanded
Inithe literary field many of our names appeared IH the masthead of our school
paper, even though most of us were only reporters
Surely, we Sophomores shall continue the spirit which we have already shown
FIRST Row: R. Strevig, R. Pottorff,
C. Reithart, I. Smith, S. Rohr-
baugh. S. Stump, I. Roth, F. Stine.
Seeoxrn Row: R. Nickey, P. Ster-
ner, A. Newman, I. Stoner. A.
Greenholt, G. Ruhlman. I. Rudi-
sill. Truim Row: I. Goodling, I.
Storm. S. Royer, C. Palmer, D.
Saur. I. Leppo, F. Stauffer. FoI7R'rII
Row: A. Gitt, I. PfaH, B. Spon-
sellcr. I. Neidercr, S. Noggle, P.
Reed, C. Sprenkle. FIIf'I'II Row:
E. Simpson, F. Sowers, I. Rohr-
haugh, M. Orndorff. B. Rhodes,
C. Rohrhaugh, T. Sell. SIXTII Row:
B. Stauffer, M. Smith. I. Parr, R.
Neail, S. Goodfelloxv, I. Storm, D.
Simpson. Sr.vrN'rII Row: I. Sadler,
R. Shultz. T. Saur, E. Stauh, L.
Strickler, R. Good. Rife. PIGHTII
Row: W. Sarhziugh, C. Spangler,
R. Sanders, D. Smith, R. Reese,
I. Grimes. E. Spangler.
FIRST Row: K. Myers, N. Toot, N.
Zepp, P. Trone, I. Thoman, B.
Worley, L. Weaver, G. Warner.
SIeCoNIJ Row: I. Tracy, A. Houck,
P. Iacohs, P. Houck, D. Grove,
R. Harrison, A. Hartlaub, T.
Winebrenner. TIIIRD Row: I.
Wildasin, G. Hart, M. Hyde, I.
Hyde, S. Tressler, P. Wolford, N.
XVarner. FOURTII Row: R. Tasto,
I. Trump, R. Hahn, M. Gruver,
D. Wallick, D. Weaver, D. Topper,
B. Wildasin. FIFTH Row: G. War-
ren, R. Wildasin, A. Hostetter,
I. Young, H. Heaney, P. Wildasin,
I. Weaver. SIXTII Row: L. Wentz,
K. Hilbert, R. Hilbert, I. Gulden,
T. Groupe, I. Wagner, M. VVetzel.
SEVI-:NTII Row: R. Wolff, W.
Trostle, K. Watson, D. Taughin-
baugh, W. Hess, H. Hansford, D.
Trump, R. XVarner. EIGHTII Row:
I.. Yost, I. Zinneman, L. Wildasin,
T. Wildasin, W. Houck, H. Holm,
R. Iacohy, I. Wildasin.
EL SS WILL
WE, THE CLASS OF 1950, being in a sane state of mind, do hereby will the good
characteristics of each one of us to aid as guide posts to the faithful followers
of our alma mater.
I, Pat Bange, will all my talent for beautiful penmanship to any fool who wants it.
I, Esther Diehl, will my cheer-leading uniform to any ambitious sophomore.
I, Marion Flielqinger, bequeath my locker number 275 to anyone who can open it.
I, Marla Wez'lqert, will my long hair to Harry Hansford.
I, Doris Tharp, will to Anna Hartlaub, who is bow-legged, my knock-knees.
I, George Pittinger, will my bicycle to Arthur Pearson.
I, Ioan Ludwig, bequeath to Mr. Gruver the baked potatoes I enjoyed at the press
I, Marie Rohrhaiigh, will my ability to squeeze through large crowds in the halls
to anyone who wants it.
I, Carl Bemiller, will my ability to sing to Bill Foreman.
I, Lee Myers, bequeath my "speed" to Bill Trostle.
I, Bill Hilbert, will my typewriter to the boy who wants it in 204.
I, Phyllis Fritz, bequeath my ability to break chemistry equipment to any junior
who can afford it.
I, Milqe Gemmill, do hereby bequeath my dislike of Stan Kenton to George Fink.
I, Bob Seiherz, will my seat on the bench at basketball games to Al Gruver.
I, Margie Markle, will my typing eraser to anyone who may need it.
I, Gladys Gohreeht, will to Patsy Sterner all the pencils she has borrowed from me
during the past year.
I, Shirley Falco, bequeath my cherry-pie baking ability to anyone who has the nerve
to work before judges.
I, Earl Hartlaab, will my wrestling helmet to the next cauliflower ear.
I, john Leese, will the use of the auditorium switchboard to Donald Michael.
I, lane Garvielq, will my Als in study hall to my brother, Chuck.
I, Phyllis Esaley, bequeath my athletic ability to Chick Howe.
John and his ineffable switchboard. At last! Marion opened her locker! CUfl,S wobbly seat in room 111
- w I ,Hifi
Shirley Berwager, will to any underclassman my desire to eat between classes.
Ioan Lee Richards, bequeath my concert maestro's chair in the orchestra to
Wilb Pennewill, will my special seat in Miss Lawrence's study hall to any other
person who doesn't know when to shut up.
Nevin Raubenstine, will my PD grades to anyone stupid enough to accept them.
Nancy Lee Flielqinger, bequeath my glowing personality and sweet disposition
to Pat Mills.
Iohn Feeser, will my wrestling uniform to any person who will take care of it.
lane Smith, will to Phyllis Wolford my ability to vacate my seat in typing when
the bell rings.
Dave Stroclq, will my bottle of nitric acid and penny to Lynn Kiick.
Dolores Menges, will my ability to wash dishes in the cafeteria to anyone who
Mary Deagen, bequeath my special seat in the teachers' workroom to any poor
soul who can't keep quiet in classes.
Ann Shejer, bequeath to Marilyn Freilich all the A's I made in my senior year.
Bill Sterner, will my parking space "down at the endn to anyone who wants it.
Dielq Wendler, will my little basketball sneaks to "Soap" Hart.
Barbara LeFezfre, will my love of food to Mitt.
Elizabeth Gass, leave nothing, for I am taking it all with me.
Iaclq Byers, bequeath my ability to awake at eight o'clock, eat breakfast, and make
the first bell, to the next eager beaver who is lucky enough to live in the
shadow of Eichelberger gym.
Curtis Thierit, will my wobbly seat in room III to some new senior.
Kenneth Babb, will my traveling experiences to Francis Crone.
Glen Leister, will my football nose-guard to Bill Neail.
Bob Myers, will my Hi-Y secretarial books to the next person who wishes to get
Bob Wz'nebrenner, will my great intramural basketball team to Marvin Under-
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Reese, Robert Lcppo, Richard Sanders, Roger Gruver, Richard Rhodes.
W. Goodfcllow, D. Gciselman, I. Diller, I. Kccney, H.
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LEFT 'ro RIGHT: L. Bowers, I. Roth, D. Raubenstine, I. Smith, G. Hartlaub, W. Fore-
man, I. Feeser, W. Marchio, C. Bemiller, T. Saurs, E. Hartlaub, W. Dusman, Manager,
I. Leedy, Coach.
Hanover entered ten men in the District Three Tournament at Hershey, Pennsylvania, and
emerged with live district Champions: Iim Roth, 103, Bill Foremen, 133g Bill Marchio, 1455
Carl Bemiller, 154, and Earl Hartlaub, 185. This is the greatest number of district champions
in the history of the school.
The five district champions were entered in the state wrestling championships held at
Washington, Pennsylvania, on March 10 and ll. Carl Bemiller and Bill Marchio reached the
semi-final rounds, where they were both eliminated by boys who went on to win the state
championships in their weight classes.
Wrestling is increasing in popularity as a high school sport. This year we had the largest
crowds ever to attend wrestling in Hanover.
The wrestling squad's record for the year was five wins and four defeats. In District Three
league competition they had a record of four wins and three defeats to give them third place in
the eight-team league. Teams competed against and scores were as follows:
Hanover Opponents Hanover Opponent:
York . . . 38 IO Lancaster . . . . . . I9 23
York ....... . . 40 6 Shamokin ....... . . . I2 34
Shippensburg . . . 43 5 Hershey Industrial . . . . . I5 25
Manheim .... . . IQ 23 West York ..... . . . 31 II
Hershey . . . . . 23 2I
IMP Row, lrff fn rfghl: Earl Hurtlaub, Inhn Fu-scr, Carl Bcmillcr, Coach Iamcs Lculy. Mmnue: I. Mumf
murt, I'. Stcrner, Ii. Iliclml, I. Vnrnrr, H. Hem, A. Purthcmcr. li. HllFIlIlUl7, II. Tmnc-our cheery
clmccrlcudsrs. HO'I'l'UM. lrff: Lctk keep it clam, boys! Bo'1"mx1, fllghlj Bottoms up!
Ready for the kick-off! Swing your partner, do-si-do!
Shanie, guard that gal while Shirley gives with the fight!
Ruthie gives Robin Hood a chase. Keep ,em covered!
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Fmsr Row, left to right: Beverly Barri-
hart, Iane Smith, Ann Sheffer, Bill
Hilbert, Ioyce Colestock, Pat Stevens.
SECOND Row, lrfz Ia rfghl: Barbara
Worley, Dorcus Bosum, Pearl Miller,
Francis Godfrey, Anna Mac Hostetter,
Lillian LcFevre. THIRD Row, Iefl lo
righl: Nevin Alwine, Frecl Marsh, Rob-
ert Nickey, Iacqueline Myers, William
Hollinger, Daryl Schievert, Aclcle Reetl,
Kenneth Hawk, Harold Rhodes. Mir:-
ingf R. Harrison, I. Little, I. Blocher,
FIRST Row: P. Kcllenbcrger, I. Mum-
mert, D. Brown, I. Stone, L. LeFevre,
B. Sponseller, R. Pottorff, I. Thoman.
SECOND Row: A. Parthemer, R. Staub,
R. Kline, R. Bixlcr, R. Winebrenncr,
R. Myers, M. Gruver, L. Gobrccht,
T. Winebrenner. Mining: I. Neitlercr,
Our Student Council! i
Long may it reign!
MIKE GEMMILL, Tremvzzrer
ANN SHEFFER, Prcridcm
MR. E. K. DIEHL, Arizxircr
ALICE VVHISLER, Vice-Pmsidcfzt
IOAN MILLER, Sc'w'eZa1'y
The Red Cross Council did an
excellenr job in service work
Gbrttttgv auth Mark
L. XXXVI NO. 12
W Zaner Directs
th Poetry Contest
SBA announces the fifth yearly
st in Writing Creative Verse,
to all students of the schools in
and Adams Counties.
dio Station WSBA in York,
ate of the American Broadcasting
Dany sponsors the Poet.Scout
'am as a public service. The pro-
is dedicated to youth and the
erance of youthful ambitions. Di-
ig this work is Ray Zaner, the
idents whose poems are selected.
avitcd to appear on the program
the l'oet Scout. and at the con-
vn oi the contest, all poems are
id, and the winners receive cash
s as follows: first award twenty-
ollars, second award Fifteen dol-
third award ten dollars, and three
ional awards of five dollars each.
May first, 1950, the awards wil
iade to the winners at a speei
icast, when the first three
in each of the above groups
their winning poems.
Certihcate of Appreciatio ,
warded to each student fx
i was read or accepted for
Scout Program during the t
These certificates will be awar-.
udents in their respective schoo
regular assembly after May first
l poems must be written on suit-
October 28, 1949
Students Respond to
School Paper Appeal
At the beginning of each school year
an appeal is made by the Orange and
Black for new members. This year's
response added new members to each
Mae Rohrbaugh and Joyce Cole-
stock have joined the Advertising Staff.
The Circulation Department has
added Dolores Crowl, Avis Fidler,
and Patricia Sterner to its staff.
New contributing members on the
Editorial Staff are Sylvia Flickinger,
Constance Dubbs, Faith DeGolyer,
Janice Cunningham, Patsy Kellen-
berger, Patsy Messinger, Marlene
Gruver, Marlene Lippy, Hchard Geisel-
man, Barbara Worley, Janet Storm,
Mary Anne Kohr. 'Sylvia Stump, and
Se .' - Comedy
Alice Whisler Chosen
Student Council Head
The annual election of Student
Council Representatives was held early
in the third week of the school term.
Those chosen for service on this
student organization are as follows:
Joan Miller, acting secretary: Joan
Stone, Robert Myers, and Mike Gem-
Alice Whisler, acting presidentp Alice
Parthemer, Lewis Gobrecht, Robert
Bixler, and Robert Klein-Juniors.
Darlene Brown, Sylvia Flickinger,
Marlene Gruver, Patricia Kellenberger,
Jean Mummert, Barbara Sponseller,
and Jackie Thoman-Sophomores.
The council has already taken action
concerning the election of class officers,
noon-hour dances, selection of clubs,
and the printing of a Student Direc-
e future the council hopes to
her aid from the student
' sz the school as effectively
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Hanover Public Schools To Observe
National Education Week Nov. 6 to 12
For Hill Students
Students interested in a Science
Scholarship should investigate the
Bausch and Lomb Science Scholar-
ships. Four scholarships of 31800-
payable S600 each year for three years-
are available. All scholarship applica-
tions must be filed b Starch 10th.
Boys who are hi
between the ages
ualify for a Na
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nd 21 may
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Parents Invited to Open
House Wednesday Evening
Education week is from Novel
6th to November 12th. Amei
Education Week is observed thro
out the country: It is sponseret
the National Education Associa
The American Legion. United S
Office of Education and the Nat
Congress of Parents and Teac
The P. T. A. and the American Le
are being invited to participate ir
American Education Week activiti
Th eral theme for Educ:
ear is"Making Demof
addition there is a 1
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paper, size 8 l-12 x 11. It s ou I
ritten in ink or typed on one sid that short editc
he paper only. This perrr ll BDDEHT in the
frm hling and handling. x e week.
ime of the author, his .1 Mogen I-:Iousf
al, grade, and teacher's - gn as" oge
iture should appear in 3 Hiflei and if
hand corner of the ma r grgngs :Sigel
:achers are requested to nned in the
poems each week, using s -. to acclai,
ted envelopes which are pr ,X L work 0
ae may be secured by ad r- parents to
lrd to Ray Zaner, Poet S 5 1 K ers.
Of WSBA. Y0fk. Perma. -I aterials for publit
ie receipt of all poems Week halfe been Se'
owledged by the Poe .- M, teacher s vorganizz
b ' s Committee of
nglish teachers an ed by Mr. G
Hanover schools m -se distributic
Ray Zaner, if .
irlrgindinl " ' N t ure trailer vu
ne 0 3 Loca theat d
ictive pau in t e n ducation Week.erSA
ral poems by local studen , ,Wm 'also be pres
nitted. FIRST ROW, P N V. R. during the
-l m- V, fiiisminxclicr -Q Messenger, Q gt mgczriatd: txovhalye in
, , . - - r ee s or
Chelbergel' We Ifunlt, A 'Shag-dflthony, G. Golgmpii A. Firffcr M R ilubs during the wee
- . Glzirlfl - l Cr, I, H, I FCC 1' B. H 'l ' Oflrbau t Council may ass
iw Members t M. Kohrllftr' M- Garrgtr T-llclauf, B. Balnhf Olhnf-'CB I. Ludwgh, E' Bowman erent activities here at s
- ' ' lg. I ,F l 5' Nfyersj H K., 'HRD Row. I C Jff- M. Freilieh Ig. Sr2r:oND ROW., I. Storm, ur Open House,
V H, 54 has added to her 'S Cvrgv N. D ' KCHCIV, L. I x , ' unfllnghum t Baker, F x ' B- Worlc , A special invitation will be isst
bu , ull -cl-QV , I C 1 . f y . .
teachers. They are ' VL M. Bgublit 1' Good, I B1 FC, P, Shun' - 'Oestoclg IJ. K .II forffrey, E, L1 , that parents to visit the school during
nett, Home Ee., Miss A. Pllrthw ' Z- P11-"pH ROW. OCIIC,-D Bum 5, I. Simpson C Q C enbgrger I D ' U' . week and particularly to come t
n' lnmum' of gms' D- Fecst il? P' Sfcrner sl It DCG0l5'cr I NIJ' I' Myers, H Sli ll Ylnrvlinfl. I-'oeiz i ubbs, Oven House programs in each Sf
sical education, Mrs. I ' T- . Liu V 1 -. Flick- ' - 1 aylor E ' 0 , A, W -t TH RQW. ---------
er, substituting for 1' LCFevre, M, GJMQS- Fceser, G. gxnfglfi I. Markle Doll, I. Paug, D Cfmlcf, N. Charm- l N. J. Boy Wins Contest
r in Math and Miss Caro mmlll. 'O Techy, D C, ' ' 'lt1CFtF. Six f ' JOWI, M. Gr . ,vi
teaches one class Of -English. ' an . irtenholty T. Bair 'IH Row, Mr G uvtff, r Fifteen.yCm-.old Richard C,-um
liss Bennett hails from Belsano. Z tsiseem to he ' ' f R. Hokc, D Geis iuvffi S- student at the Oratory School in
Last year she taught at Ebens- her heart' N0 matter what hap s V V man, Ei: i1?g.NljLiggayv2:itgesglgmgrgsowgnl
? and while a student at 'Iumina she wiil cheer the Pittsburgh Pirates! ' ' es ar Ia' ' d - - Z h g
completed her student teaching She claims Pittsburgh as her home' Stremmet and Han-y 1' I ' n competition sponsored by t e
't here at Eichelberger' She liked Now with the football season here one slghbseeing ln Florida' T " h H, h - I Six mal? Eiga: Comlamlgi A srlapsl
e position teaching the Home Ec
5 sewing and cooking. Besides
ming ways to decorate her new
ntry home, Miss Bennett tunes up
asionally on her French horn. She
lso very fnuch interested in the F.
Lions at Penn State,
During the seventh period room 207
is favored with the fourth of the new
teachers. Miss Carol Huey, a gradu-
ate of West Chester State Teachers
f-,.n,...- t..-Mia... M.. fi-,as nf Fmflaah
members of the class of '47 are, the
proud parents of a baby girl.
Vivian Ensminger enjoyed a
weekend at Chapel Hills, N. C.
where she saw the famed Choo-
rtm.. mari.-a in .,-fin.. fm Nmrh
veals the following: Wood shop, 1003
Machine shop, 501 related drafting,
271 commercial course, 10 and related
The instructors are Mr, Stoner,
A total of 347 high school sti.
from all section of the country s
in the 3500 in prizes awarded ir
Purpose: 'LTO build a fellowship of women and girls
devoted to the task of realizing in our common life
those ideals of personal and social living to which
we are committed by our faith as Christians. ln this
endeavor we seek to understand Iesus, to share his
love for all people, and to grow in the knowledge
and love of Godf'
Prcrzidcrzl .... . .
. .Beverly Barnhart
Serrfftary .... ..., B arbara Bollinger
Treaxurcr . . .Phyllis Esaley
Starting the school year with a campaign for new members and ending with a g1gH1'1K1C
Spring formal in the NYU gym, the Y-Teens had quite an agenda this year. Iust take a
brief glance-square dancing in the fall, caroling with the Hi-Y in the winter, making
Easter favors for the hospital in the spring-plus a Youth Rally, Lenten Services, forrnals,
hayrides, and boxes to Finland!
This club of over 100 members was really something!
The Hi -Y
The Hanoxer HiY Club, composed of seventy nine
members, began operations on September 21 1949
After inducting thirty-four new members into the
organization, the club got down to business. Pennants
were sold at the home football games. A concession
stand was established for the Community HalloWe'en
Celebration. Basketball and wrestling pencils were
sold. Bean soup suppers, rallies, and Lenten services
were parts of our Well-rounded program. Highlights
of the year for the Hi-Y were the formal Christmas
and Spring Dances.
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian
charaeteru is the clubis purpose. The platform is clean
speech, clean scholarship, clean sports, clean living.
Vive-Prexident . . .
. . , .Robert Myers
Secretary of Revenue .... ..... R obert Winebrcnner
The FCA, one of the larg-
est clubs in Eichelberger,
is a "must,' for vocational
Prcrident ...... ........ I ohn Little
Via'-President . . . .... Thomas Hartlaub
Sc'c1'ftw'y ..... . . .Thomas Bortncr
Trcaszzrer . . ..... Sterling Bechtel
Adviser . .................. Mr. Barry Brammer
The boys of the Future Craftsmen of America
Club have adopted a new project this year. This
is selling ice cream to the veterans at night classes,
and to the basketball fans at games. With these
funds, the club visited various factories in the
spring, and had an annual picnic on the last day
of final exams.
Seated, FIRST Row: V. Craw-
ford, R. Neail, A. Hartlaub,
I. Iohnson, I. Reck, C. Bow-
man. Seated, SECOND Row: M.
Wetzel, G. Fuhrman, S. Krebs,
Shared, THIRD Row: E. Grimes,
M. Flickinger, I.,LeFevre, N.
Warner, A. Aulthouse, Sealed,
FOURTH Row: P. Sheets, P.
Bair, M. Garrett, F. Mummert,
D. Saur. Standing: R. Bennett,
M. Rohrbaugh, D. Menges, N.
Rcimlollar, P. Crouse, I. Rau-
bcnstine, S. Fulco.
Prcrz'a'cnt .............. .... P hyllis Crouse
WVTCC'-Pl'CJ'l'dt?7Yl . . . .... Dolores Menges
Scrrrlary ...... ...... S hirley Fulco
T7'E6Z5lll'C7 .... .... I anet Raubcnstine
Historian .... ..... N airline Rinehart
Song Leader .. .... Marie Rohrbaugh
AKJUIISCI' ..... .......... M iss Ruth Bennett
Our Future Homemakers of America Club is one
of which we are quite proud. Always a helping
hand, these girls are on the spot whenever needed.
Therefore, we take this opportunity to say
K'Thanks ever so much!" for doing all the unre-
warded work you've done.
Seated: I. Miller, M. Flickinger, L. Myers,
R. Iohnson. Standing: M. Collins, S.
Miller, I. Dubbs, M. Heiser, I. Barnes,
I. Baldauf, I. Miller, S. Dubbs, E. Gass,
I. Garvick, S. Berwager, B. Keeney, I.
Smith. SECOND Row: P. Esaley, R. Myers,
H. Hess, R. Gemmill, R. Hoke, I. Blocher.
Launching of the
LEFT 'ro RIGHT: I. Byers, I. Baker,
L. Kemp, S. Diehl, G. Leister,
Aduixers ...... ..... M r. L. H. Kemp, Mrs. Sarah Diehl
Editor-in-Chief ....................... Iean Baker
Afxoeiate Editor .... .... D onald Hahn
Burinets Manager . .... Glen Leister
Photography Editor . ..... Iack Byers
Iean Miller, Elizabeth Gass, Icanne Dubbs, Shirley
Berwager, Marie Collins, Ianet Barnes, Iane Garvick,
Shirley Dubbs, Barbara Keeney, Shirley Miller, Mary
Circulation Editor: ........
Senior Editor: . ..
Feature Editor: ..
Sports Editor: ....
Art Editor: ..
Reporters . . .
Robert Myers, Edward Aumen
Phyllis Esaley, Ioan Miller
....Iean Baldauf, Ioan Ludwig
Mike Gemmill, Henrietta Hess
Lee Myers, Marion Flickinger
...Ieane Good, Ieune Blocher,
Iune Bubb, Richard Hoke
Fmsr Row: G. Gobrechr, D. Bousum, M. Shannbrook, S. Miller, R. Harrison, L. Myers, N. Funk, P. Sipe, S. Beard,
B. Miller, D. Myers, P. Gouker, S. Stump. SECOND Row: M. Rohrlvnugh, A. Reed, P. Sterner, D. Krebs, C. Hamm,
N. Markle, S. Nogle, C. Yingling, A. Houck, B. Snyder, I. Naylor, D. Weaver, N. Therit, B. Barnhart, I. Mummcrt,
A. Bankert, B. Grim. TIIIRD Row: I. Neiclheimmer, B. Harrlnub, E. Morgret, B. Mavros, E. Dull, I. Bollinger, C. Bubb,
S. Flickinger, P. Esuley, Ii. Myers, A. Purthemer, K. Bcmillcr, I. Leese, I. Baker, I. Markle, D. Becker, B. Smith. FOURTH
Row: C. Sell, R. Esaley, C. Altlancl, G. Newman, F. Stine, P. Kaltreider, I. Zeigler, D. Miller, H. Rhodes, O. Mehring,
R. Geiselman, W. Hollinger, T. Bair, D. Sterncr, F. Leinharmlt, G. Bimlulle, W. Houck, R. Myers, G. Lcister, R. Gemmill.
lfiiisr Row: I. Moul, P. Mills. M. Cnrrctt, C. Yingling. N. Cliairmliury, M. Bfiulnlitz, E. Suwcrs, F. DeGolycr, S. Miller,
I. Stunt-. I. Young, I. Smut-r, li. Rt-lwur. Snvoxn Row: M. Millar, R. Strevig, R, Lcppo, D. Grove. A. Pcnncwill,
P. Kiiltrcitlur, K. Myers, I. Kcvricy, R. Tiisto, M. VVliislcr. P. li.iir. G. Krecgcr, G. Thrush. THIRD Row: F. VVentz, I. Little,
F. I.uinligir4lt. I. Strcvig, l.. Rcifsnytlcr, R. Luckic. I. M.irltlt-, XV. linker. B. Bair, L. Kiick, G. Hulwlcy, G. Gobrccht. FOURTH
Row: F. Kiiufflmuri, VV. Trostlu, R. Springer, VV. Diismzm, R. Gt-ist-lmzin, I. Kling. D. Fccscr, S. Fccscr, C. Alwinc, I. Fcescr.
ITIVVII Row: R. Rccsc. D. Stcrncr, O. Mchring. R. Scliumain. S. Gobrecht, VV. llouscr, N. Raubenstinc, H. Holm,
D. Rniilvumlinc, C. Fccscr. SIXTH Row: Mi Stuuffer, VV. llmick, C. Altlgintl.
I. -WMV-M WM ' I - ff" ""' . --'. ez'-532.3 -'-- grffttfw.. q L .A ,. .. M. ,AM .
Filzsi' Ruwz I.. l.11pli:im. I. Mrlhmligilil, D. liisciiligirt, N. Kessler, S. Miclizicl. Srictrmwrm Row: I. llzilwr, D. BlfCll, F- IVIQCHSHIC
I. Stliiilrr, l". Sl.llllICl', I. Calc-r. Vllllllill Row: li. Krsxlw, II. Smith, G. XIII!-Qllligt I. lfcrslcr. G. Gilbert. I:OUR'I'lI Row
I. Riiliirils. R. Strung. K.. Rinlmiii. S. Iirgiy, I. Miller, li. Stnriii, llllll RIN S li vtlt I Miitl X 1 I li r
7 ': "ws '. .. 2 . Cxrrctt, . Ulm' Q
V. Mirlalc. R. Tiixtii, I.. Stliiimgin, I. Strcvig, Sixiir Rrvw: I. Wintt-r. piiiriistz D. Kc-nip, ll. Frcick, C. Fmck, C. Markle,
I. Willlmiii. N. I3ivimii'. M. W'li1xlt'i', M. Mcliriiig, R. l'.ittt-iwn, G. Stcrncr. Si-.x1,N'i1I Row: K. Mycrs. M. Stnuffcr.
M . f.. t,..
BELOW, top: Something new FIRST Row, lvl! to right: P. Mcssinger, P. Brown, C. Ehrhart, B. Worley, A. Fidler. SECOND
has been added! Row: D. Becker. M. Smith, S. Flickinger, A. Gitt, I. Kling, I. Pfafl, D. Brown. TIIIRD Row:
B 2 Th , I B. Sponseller, I. Brown, I. Thoman, F. Stine, R. Wildasin, M. Gruvcr, M, Orndorff, Hilbert,
llgjrgzlmeu eres no P ace R. Flickinger, I. Lazas, I. Kessler, R. Pottorfl, I. Cunningham, B. Nickey, B. Luckie.
" I Remember Mama "
But most of all 'll Remember Mama." Who will ever forget those
lines from the Sophomore-Iunior Play? "I Remember Mama" is
the story of how Mama, with the help of her husband and good-
hearted Uncle Chris, brings up the children-three lovable
daughters and an understanding son-in their modest San Fran-
cisco home during the early years of the twentieth century.
The family is a typical group attempting to live as happily as
their poor economic conditions will permit. The family includes
Mama with her sweet Norwegian accent, Papa, so dependent on
Mama, Katrin, Hthe dramatic oneng Christine, "the stubborn onevg
Dagmar, "the gentle one", and Nels, "the kind onef'
The three aunts-bold Ienny, loquacious Sigrid, and timid
Trina-add a bit of humor to the plot. Also, there is stormy,
good-hearted Uncle Chris, whom all the relatives fear-all except
Mama. The play includes many minor characters who add both
sugar and spice to the play.
Mama, a sweet and capable manager, sees her children through
the problems of childhood, manages to educate them, and to see
one of her daughters begin her career as a writer.
MARCH 9 and 10, 1950
BELOW top: Uncle Chris
FIRST Row: D. Fahs, H. Hartlaub, H. Zartman, B. Bollinger, A. Bankert, N. Moore, D. Rauben- '
Stine, L. Brown. SECOND Row: P. Kaltreider, P. Mills, B. Reber, I. Varner, I. Simpson, '
I. Strcvig, C. Yingling. THIRD Row: T. Pitts, S. Anthony, E. Clowe, M. Baublitz, K. Hawk, BOTTOM: Ye olde family
B. Klein, L. Kiick, T. Bair, C. Brown, L. Gobrecht, F. Godfrey, F. Marsh. ponmu'
MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Characler: Sophomore: Iunior:
KATRIN .. . Ann Gitt Mary Lou Baublitz
MAMA . Sylvia Flickingcr Ianet Varner
PAPA . . Morgan Smith Lynn Kiick
DAGINIAR .. Connie Ehrhart Barbara Bollinger
CHRISTINE .. Barbara Worley Audrey Bankert
MR. HYDE . ..
AUNT TRINA . . .
AUNT SIGRID . . .
AUNT IENNY . . .
UNCLE CHRIS ..
A WOMAN .....
MR. THORKFLSON . . . . . .
DR. IOHNSON ..... ....
A NURsE ...... ..
ANOTHER NURSE . . . ....
Som. CLERK . .... . . . .
MADELINE ........ ....
FLORENCE MOOREIII-:AD . .....
BELL BOY .......... . . . .
SCRUBWOMAN . .
ORDFRLY . . . .
HoTIaL GUESTS .
Mary Lou Orndorff
Betty Iane Smith
Miss Menges and the Antrobuses "Apoplexy.' Brightis Disease! Keck'
survive the ice age.
"The Skin uf Uur Teeth"
by THORNTON WILDER
Directed by Miss Mary L. Menges December 8 and 9, 1949
"The Skin of Our Teeth" is a high comedy of the Antrobus family. George Antrohus, the inventor
of the wheel and the multiplication table, is the provider of the home until vamped by the shapely
Miss Atlantic City. George's wife is the matter-of-fact mother vvho would see all stretched dead at
her feet to save one child of hers. Henry Antrobus is a typical boy who has one fault--throwing
stones which sometimes kill people, such as an older brother. Gladys Antrobus is her father's angel
but can't keep her skirt down or be a lady. Lily Sabina is the tempting, Hirtatious maid.
The Antrobuses survive the ice age, the Hoods, the fire, the pestilence, the seven-year locusts,
the black pox, the double feature, a dozen wars, and as many depressions. They are all true off-
spring of Adam and Eve, victims to all that flesh is heir to. They survive a thousand disasters by
the skin of their teeth.
This play is a tribute to the indestructibility of the Antrobuses and of all man-kind.
Believe it or not! Inhabitants of N0ah's Ark, Ice Age Here are the ones that you didn? see in the play
re ugees, and prophetsgall under the same roof. but they certainly helped behind the scenes'
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On the following pages We present a variety
of snapshots . . . a brief resume of what we
are like in our lighter moments . . . full of . The ladies fwm Mars-
fun . . . fancy free.
The more the
Bill and his
"Now in the good
old days lv
Last one 0'ut's a sissy!
Itss Friday afternoon!
Poor Illr. Mau-Dru!
Getting ready for the date
RIGHT, top: Which is funnier
-the guys or the comics?
RIGHT, bottom: Put a nickel
Perhaps the most fantastic things happened over
the Week-ends. We could "let our hair downu
and really relax.
Friday afternoons were our pride and joy.
They hinted of a fun-filled Week-end-Saturday
jobs, evening dates, movies with the gang, Sun-
day Ngo-to-meetin, H day. Finally, Monday morn-
ing brought everything to a close ....
if i 5
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Thursday, May 25, 1950
the same familiar faces of "the kidsn passed
by as we danced.
With "Stairway to the Starsn as its theme,
our Prom was a dance that had appeared all
too soon . . . for it meant the beginning of
the end of our high school days. I shall
never forget it.
It seems impossible that my last Prom
has come to a close. I always thought that
being a senior at an EHS dance would be
different, that everything would change that
night. but the gym was still our gymg the
lovely decorations reminded us of how we,
as sophs and juniors, had worked to please
our upperclassmeng the orchestra provided
dreamy music to blend with our thoughtsg
TOP: A birrl's eye view.
CENTER! The receiving line and orchestra
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ln conference competition, our baseball team
carried a .500 average in wins and lossesg how-
ever, its seasonal average was .555 with live
Wins and four defeats. With the exception of
Art Ferree, all underclassrnen composed the
team-next year, opponents beware!
Tor LEFT: Out of the ball
park this time, Art.
RIfIHTZ Wanna bet that Bob
doesn't let this one go by?
BEI.0W:World Series, here we
The Sonny Sheppard Relays, held in the
Sheppard-Myers Stadium, was the "high-spot"
of the track season. Eighteen nearby high
schools participated in the inauguration of the
relays. In the State Track Meet, Bill Foreman
was Hanover's only representative. He won
second place in the javelin throw.
TOP RIGHT: Dick threw a
discus into the air. Where
it landedhlze knew not
LEFT: Off for the races!
BELOW: Brothers of Mer-
Nicky has Il Iflltlfk
This is un urlrertisern
Juclf's Photo S9rL'izTe.'
Reds is reaching for I
Freddy's ready wit
This is a racquet requiring plenty of guts.
Coach lim Leecly's tennis team participated in six inter-
scholastic tennis matches. Although they failed to Win a
single match, the boys showed themselves to good advantage
and demonstrated that tennis is certainly on the up-grade at
Eichelherger. The team showed promise and since it loses
only lack Byers and Glanartl Biddle, promises much for
future years at Eichelberger!
The music swells above the trees,
To bend their emerald boughs
In tribute to the honored few
Who humbly swear their vows.
The anthem's swelling note of praise
Re-echoes on our ears,
The Alma Mater's lulling strains
Ring out through mists of tears.
Upon the threshold of our lives
We stand, forever free,
Like ships that leave the sheltered bay
To face the toilsome sea.
The years of high school are behind
Us few who face the world.
The Hashing banner: orange and black,
Henceforth, for us, is furled.
We leave behind the honored wallsg
We leave the empty chairs.
Our steps will no more stir the halls
Nor wake the sleeping stairs.
We leave behind the verdant green
That decks the campus now,
VVC leave behind the scarlet birds
That sing in yonder bough.
But now our campus is the world,
And gardeners all are weg
And we must plant our little crops,
And work on land and sea,
To nourish for the harvesting
The seeds we garnered here,
And spread throughout our current world
Our crops of help and cheer.
Class Day consists of three
maior activities, which are
typified on this page. Original
work is demonstrated by our
class poemg awards are ex-
emplified by Phyllis Crouse
receiving the Girls' Vocational
Award, presentations are sub-
mitted by Barbara LeFevre
giving bound copies of this
year's Orange and Black to
For when the world remains the same,
When it improves no more,
The task of this, our high school,
ls then forever o'er.
The world must change and readjust
For all new minds that comeg
And when these minds grow cold and still
It yet must alter some.
We'll say 'iGoodbye," we honored few,
Our livesnaref straight ahead.
And we must choose the actual path
That we most wish to tread.
But if weire not the leaders there,
lf we're but of the mass,
We'll work and strive our whole lives through
The leaders to surpass.
... lean Baker
.. . ,jean Baker
Ministerial Association Lewis Gobreeht
DAR American History Alice Parthemer
Lewls Gobrecht Girls Scxtflt Mr. Wertz, fllllllll lllllllf
LIEE THHHUEH THE AHT5
A feature of our Commencement program was the singing of our class song.
Written and directed by Ioan Lee Richards, our song is indeed a composition of
which we can be proud.
Ioan Richards directing the orchestra. Reverend Smith, our Baccalaureate
H!-HL TU THE EIASS HE 'SU
For twelve long years we've pledged our hearts
Preparing so that We might reach our goals,
And now at last our story is complete,
As lifted horns blare loudly and drums beat.
Oh! Hail to the Class of '5ol
Hail to our friends of old,
We are forever striving,
Striving to reach our goal.
And here's to our dear old classmates,
Fond memories they'll bring back.
Hail to the Class of 'gol
Hail to the orange and black!
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