Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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I George Layman Max Sponsellcr I I Sally Trone XVi1liam Formwalt . . , Martha Menchey Linda McGill . ,Phil YVinand Phil Bowman ,. ,Patrick Spangler Son a Fout , .,,, y S Bixler, lleralyn XVay ,Roger Albright Judy Glick, Ethel Rcindollar Barbara Shilling 4 ., 5-14 .. 15-40 41-72 FCDREWORD XVe ol the Nornir stall' dedicate this hook, not to any individual: but, lather, we dedicate it to a group of individuals, all ol' whom work coopera- tively to create and maintain what is named Eichel- berger High School. Our group, the Class ol' 1956, can look with pride upon its accomplislnnents in this school, accom- plishments that were old various types: athletic, academic, and extrafcurricular. XVe had leaders in all phases ol' our school and community activity: we had students who made nothing lower than "A" on any report cardg we had line athletes who did their hest lor our school teams-we had all this, and more: lor we had a loyal and industrious group. In this group are the people who now will go on. On to college, or to an ofhee, or to a farm, or to 21 factory. These are we, and we are the people of the coming age, with prolihc ideas that may some- day translornx the old ideas and give us material progress beyond our present conception. Let us hope this hook will remind us, in the future, that somewltere, somehow our ideas, the products ol' our thought, developed and matured. Let us hope we will not lorget the school and the teachers who passed their ideas and beliefs on to us. In short, let us remember Eichelberger Senior High School. THE EDITOR SCHOGL SE XL I1 It Q11 I- Y ALMA MATER 19 the days f0 hy :mill wuz mess lrzt fum tht Jr sznv yr 1 To our dem old 1lmuMaIu ll e H1196 0111 sonws mul fhctrs To old hz '11 ur Jlulffe our amor II hzle we pledfft ozzrsclues defenders ofthe Omnffe and Black II hen tht fares of lzfe 0 P1 tale IIS 111 om ocls for 11211111 zvzlh 1 Oro fltrorst hopes belmy its I lst mtzuzes fallczttay U1 um t'lIlllS1lCI17L' and sadntss, Intl tum our memories bnclt, ind recall the days of gladntss neatlz the Oranffc and the Black l k V V T1 t A rj ls: g' 'fl XS, 7 . 'K J I .A hx. , , 1,.-. g I 31 ' g, M ' X0 honor shall she lnrlt, v ol I If V l D ' ' A I 'l 'P ' guy, "turf A " '. A. -1 v pl " - G . 4 Q THOSE WHO HELP US LEARN The G uzdmg S ptrzts Supermtendent Sheely behlnd h1s desk SUPERINTENDEINT S MESSAGE Agaln mth the publ1cat1on of the lXorn1r me draw to a close another school term III our commumty There IS alysays a genume feelxng of satxs f'1Cl1OII uhen one concludes a task tlns feellng ns greater when the task has been uell done lou of the Cllss of 1906 and par ttculally you who ysele the staff of tlns l9J6 Normr must haye the feel IH IHCHIIOIICII as yJu look upon thls the lesult of your efforts May the GYPCIICTICCS you haye had und the p11de ol accomphshment now yotus serye you uell as you yom that eyex 1nc1 CZISITIQ roup of graduates of our lngh school IV Ldv nd Sheely Supcnntcndent of Schools Educatzon makes a people easy to lead but dz cult to dnve easy to govern but zmpos sable to enslave THE PRINCIPAL S MESSAGE Congratulatxons to the Sen1or Class for a line yearbook by an excellent class Classes vary just as mdlvlduals do and I should say that th1s class has been colorful and capable ThlS class IS also umque ln so far as xt has so many boys among tts top students Thxs fayorable posmon of the boys IS not due to any scholastlc weakness of the glrls I shall be watchmg yuth pleasure able ant1c1pat1on the performance of the members of th1s class ln the years ahead Good luck and good health to each of you Ray IV Gray Prznczpal Lord Broughham Mr Gray beglns hls day Q Q I l ' , l I - -I 1 f Lk - 5 , Y V l . . I . v I . . . l . , S 1 ' ' 1 A . . r - , tx. g Y U t 7 , - ' - I - r ' v v - J . e T . Y u . L L S . g . Q 1 l A 1' I v , the difficulties you have encountered, 2 Q. . . ' ' ' ' 0 . ' x 3 'A f 1 . -' :- I I 'I I . . I , . m V 1 ' , . I . 6 l urn. MTI URM!! - Mr Gray speaks to the teachers at a meeting The Teachers We Have Known Look at the pxcture aboye There you see the most rmportant 1'llOSt xndehble lmpresslon of all our years at hx h school the teachers who taught us all they knew Look aoam You probably see some famrhar faces among the Group you may see the faces of some who neyer taught you but who ever and whatever you see these .ne te lchers and to pay now Ifor these teachers gaye us sometlnng to carry through hfe the abxhty to reason effecuvely xvlth out tlns all our lnnate lIlbO1l'1 powers nnght come to nothtng w1th ll we use what God gave us we use what we haye acqulred and the dryrdends are a better world lf we use the ab1l1t1es well Let us not be nnsled rnto th1nk1ng that the teacher who dld so much for us 15 unaware ol w hat he d1d or that we stumbled upon that wlnch the teacher could only hlnt at or pomt the w ay to I was not through our efforts 1lone that we became Ol dld not become fine 1IllllXlllll'll5 w 1th good back grounds rn learmng Our teachers have opened doors for us sxnce first gr xdc and wrll contmue to open others ll we go on to college The doors of know ledge began to beckon only when they made unced us that what l1y beyond w is good 'Ne behexed them and we grew rn then eyes Sometlmes we grew too much and they could no longer teach an adamant stubborn petson who thought he knew eyerythmg he had to know then they taught us lessons we strll remember YVe recognued when the teachers were wrong but often we comnutted the grcltest S111 111 learnnw or ID any other endeayor we lalled to recogmre when they were rlght . ,. l 3 I ., 4 g A A f A I ' 1 I, . , . 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' ' 2 9 g 1 1 , , , , ' 7 Mr Hertz watches Ken Hess complete a gurdance form The Guiding Ltght The purpose of gu1dance 15 to help an lIlCllVldLl3.l to help hlmself The guldance counselor lntervlews and aduses students COIICCIIIIDU 6LlL1C21l1OIl'll mten IIOHS, vocatlonal plans and personal problems The guldance ofhce nruntarns a great number of colleve catalooues, as uell as pamphlets from nursmg schools, busmess schools and trade schools books of occupattonal md XOCZ1Ll0IlZ1l lnterest nt on hle Each yen tn extensne l1st ol ax ulable scholarshlps 1s COllllJllLLl for the usc of students Homeroom gtutltnce PIOUIAIHS are held for a half hour every txso ueelts these 17100111115 some trmes mclude OUlSlClC SPCILCIS panel Qll5Cll5blOllS, dramatrzatlons, group d1SCl1SSlOIlS, moues, and other usual 1llSlI'lltll0ll In the spune ol etch teal occurs the Xnnu tl Lneet Day tluung uluch con tutlons of lcalnme assrst the students ruth thenr plans for the future 'GS f IH" Lid In 4h Ea.. This years gurdance program mstltutes an ex tensne testlng program Thxs program mcludes a battery of sexen aptltude tests gnen to the sopho mores the results of uhtch are useful ln counsel mg them on then future educatxonal plans dulmg the remamder of thexr lllqh school career the vocatlonal prelerentnl test umtta college pro vrdes the Amerlcan Counctl on LClllC'lI1Ol'l psxcho lofucal Lxamlnatton for those sernors who are lnterested The tests ard m determrnmg the students Hblllly to do colleee work QCHIOIS wx ho are not gomg to college xecene thc aptltude test of the Pcnnsylxanxa State Em ployment beruce All of th1s servnce IS readlly axarl able to those who are ruse tnouvh to take udxantaffe of 1t Those who do so ITYIPFOYC therr oun futures Xluood and l3lumenIh'1l st'ne be cause Fuhrnnn pomts there -Y X 3, I X . , R H ' ' ' II . D , 5 . , , X . f ' .', 1 4 ' '. . ' ' z ' 1 J ' ' ' Q 'z' .T . 1 . on N A . h .y I -. . ' - , , , , 3 s . an , - , u . I A K Y . . ' ' . 1 Y . 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PAUL CXLX IX STOTT Q4 Judy Ehrhzut and Dan Blumenthal pound the lxexs of thcrr typusrrrcrs Lathes Learmng lndustry Busrness IS not just knockrng on an employers door 1nd expressurff a desrre to work there XVe need advrnced trtunm Where can me obtarn thrs rmaluable trammg Here rn our ourr L H S Homes of the luture cannot emst mthout the ard ol crprhle gurdrng hands Thrs captrbrlrty comes only throuvh experrence rud probably through a ferr larlures resultrng rn a scorched hnoer or rl one slcex ed blouse Busmess rs mdeed a complex world ol success or iarlure dependent entrrely upon us tomorrow s uorld ol lIldllSIIy IXYL OX LLR Office Practrce Stenography Shrppensburt, B 5 ROBERT OVLRLY Indus trral Arts Penn State B b Prttsburgh Instrtute ol Xerorrzrutrcs OHN PXUL Booltkeeprng Busrness Math Susquehinna brrrxersrty B 5 Lebanon Xrlley Temple Unnersrty CALVIN STOTT Irrdustrrrl Arts Nlrllersulle B S Gettysbur XVILSOX STRLIFHFIII Typmg Ir Busrrress Tr rrrrrrrff Shrppensburv B 5 M XRI XX ZLICLLR Home Eco nomrcs F H A -Xdxrser York junror College Penn State B 5 Cornell Unrversrty H ILSON Sml REIGH flFl' XI XRI XX IIIIC-LTR 12 Xllbb X1 1lker 111111 Pat F1s11el 1nd Harnet Campbell helps 1'11 R11111l 111111 lns book From Dzckens to Deszree 5069 111e IUHQIC number 11111 CqLl'l1S 111e books 111 ou1 l1br111 Books o11 111 snblects on people and places 11111 111e 011 11115 pl met 11111 o11 others Blograplnes 111111 make 1111 g11 11 1111n 01 t11e past 1116 agam 11611011 that holds 11111 111teres1 11 on1 Hrst page to 11st 1llSIOl'1CS that 1e11l1 us to Ollf heutage poetry that bubbles 1111111111 11111 lo1e specnhzed books th 11 IIISITUCI us 111 13111111110 Ol photoffraphy III 11211110 OI te1e11s1on Eyery ye11 the 11131 11y expands 11s collecuon by a11d1n01 1110 111111111111 nity books Ol these 1111111 me I'C1CICIlCC books 111e 11131 IIX 111s t11e Amen Cana t11e 1101111 Book QOIIIIJLOII s 11111 1311111111161 1r.111111e1 ol 1111 11111 ol 1111111111111 1 GERTRL D11 XS XLRER The n1.1q111nes are numerous hftyf four of them all ol 1l111erent types 11111 sues l11ere are Llfe, Ho111l1yf 11111 Xe11s11eek there 1re Mademo1selle Sports Illustrated 111d forty DIIIC others NOR only 11e 111e n11gaz1r1es valuable but also 111e HCYNSPHPSIS 'I11o ol the na11on s greatest ne11s pape1s reach 111e racks of o11r 1IbI'31y da1ly1 the Yen Xork Tnnes and t11e C11r1st1an Sclence Mom or NI1ss 11 11ke1 111e l1br1111n 11 L H S gra1l111ted 1ro1n S11sq11el1111n1 LIIINCISIIV 1n1l 111d post gradu 116 11o1k ll Penn S1116 111111 kO1llIl11J1'i She has been 111111 our l1b1a1y lor 111e past hfteen years Pat F1shel 1nd Harrxet Campbell arrange books ., A ' r ' 1 1 ,U - 1 C , f ' I," Q . 1 . . 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Y . . , 1 1 Q The Sopholnolcs pt ILIIU, 1-nsl Md lomtlng pxessule points on the face A Stout Body and a Fatr Mind The Physxcll lducltxon lllilflllll consists nwtumlly ot tho types clftsses for boys 1nd 101 gxrls Xitex tht usu 11 hne up by squwds unnaoed by the coach the boys ne sublected to 1 len nunutcs ot IHIICIIIHU feits fhcn e'1th boy chooses hls 'ICIIXIQ lor tlnt puuculn cllss The men folloxsmg thelr lux xnhrn BUCHER C3 Q Bl RN XRD I'HRl SH ten minute SIIOXXCIS IIISII rush' to the next peuod Clrls cl xsses are dn 1dLd 1nto squ uls ss Inch one heuded by 1 squid leadel who checks the attend tnce :ntl unxiolnls 1he gnls then IVIIIICIIYIIC Ill sueh actnltles IS Lllllflllff xollq ball held hockey etc ILII XBITH BLLHLR Glrls Physlttl Lducmon Vest Chcstu Stxte ILICIIQIS Colleffe B S Nev York Unxvelsnty H XROLD Rl l Sl Boxs Plnsu 11 Lducmon East Strouds burg B 5 ILIY XB! Ill SPXXfLLR School XIIISC Nlethodlst Hospltal UIllXCf51ly of Pcnnsyls lnn Penn State BLRN -XRD L 'IHRUSH A 1e11c'tn and Industrml HISLOIX PIOIJICIHS ol DC1ll0Cl'1Ly Consumer Educauon B15 ketball coach Health Lebanon Villey B S Gettwsburg Penn State lhe guls pl uute L llxstlnemcs 111 gun class H-XROLD RELSL 1IIlXBLIHSlXNCIlR THCDSE WHO LEARN H- The Graduating Class of i956 The leaders of our hnal year: R. Iiiserman, Pres., D, XVolfskill, V. Pres.: J. Garrett, Trcas.g S. Trone, Sec. Entering li. H. S. in l953, we-fresh, green sophomores, the class ol' l956-were graciously re- ceived into the ranks ol the student body. After becoming adjusted to the new atmosphere, our dramatically inclined classmates shone in their pre- sentation ol' "The lNlagnificent Obsession", our warblers sparkled in the operetta, "A lllaltz Dream." Meanwhile, the athletes were indoctrin- ated in football, basketball, wrestling, tennis, and trac-kg here they gained their experience and skill to continue in their luture endeavors. The femi- nine portion ol' the class was also building the class ol' 1956 a line sports' record. The climax of the year was the traditional senior liarewell dance, the theme ol' which was "l"estiyal ol' Roses." Our junior year was characterized by many suc- cessful attempts by members ol the class to tnake their loundations of learning, sports, and recreation more concrete. "Murder Has lleen .Xrranged," a play presented by the class, outshone last year's performance. The sports' minded, also, exceeded last year's athletic record. An industrious, fruit- ful year ended with the memory of "Blossom Time," the Senior Prom. Having become prohcient in our various skills, we, as seniors, were prepared to guide the under- classmen in band, chorus, sporting events, Red Gross, and on the Orange and Black and on the Nornir staffs. The truly outstanding dramatic pre- sentation of our career was given in the form of a play entitled, "Time Out For Ginger." The athletic showing of our classmates was brilliant beyond all our expectations. The seniors had at- tained the apex of their career. Baccalaureate Service, Campus Day, Award As- sembly, Senior Prom all passed swiftly to introduce us to the happy, yet sad, occasion, our graduation. ICDWYXA S. ALBIN Connturrcial .Xtatltmie .Xthletic Club, 2, Y-Teens, 23 Metal Shop Club, 3. ROGER L. ALBRIGHT Nornir, fig Typing Club, 3. Edwyna Roger ix "Qty in-f DALE B. ALWINE General Smiley Intramurals, l, 2, 3. PRUDENCE R. ALIMINOSA Academic Prudy Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Press Club, lg Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Class President, lg Dramatics Club, 1, 2: Chorus, lg 'lyping Club, lg Bridge Club, 2: Art Club, 3. IIARBARA ISAIABAN Commercial Barb Athletics Club, 33 Intramurals, fl. HAROLD F. ALIVOOD Commercial IVoody lfootball Manager, 1, 2, 3: Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2. 33 Athletics Club, 2. ICLSIE M. BAUMGARDNER Commercial Elsie Metal Shop Club, S. JOANN NI. BANKERT Academic 10 Chorus, I, 2, 33 Intramurals, lg Tumbling Club, 23 Typing Club, 3. DONALD IV. ISIQCKER Academic Beck Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Track, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, l. CARROLL J. BECKIZR Industrial Arts Petie Hi-Y, l, 2, 3, llunting and Fishing Club, l, 2, 31 Intramurals, l, 2, 3. PHILIP BELL Academic Fib Basketball, l, 33 lfootball, l, 2, lli-Y, l, 2, 33 Basketball Manager, 23 Football Manager, 33 Track, lg Chorus, 33 Typing Club, 3. KICNNICTII I., BECK C CL-ucral f11lS Tumbling Club, 25 Gymnastics Club, 3, Intramurals, 3. 17 ffpn, 'wx .3-f .. ,xt a ,S Q' S, CT' ALBERT D. BEMILLER Academic Jackson Intramurals, I, 2, Basketball, 33 Wrestling, 1, 23 Football, 1, 2, 39 Track, l, 31 Hi-Y, lg Athletic Club, 25 Typing Club, 3. JUDITH A. BERKHEIMER Academic Judy Press Club, lg Band, 1, 2, 33 Chorus, 1, 23 Red Cross, 1, 3, Dramatics Club, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 1, 21 Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Orange and Black, 1, 2. NANCY L. BERKHEIMER Commercial Nancy Y-Teens, lg Girls' Metal Shop, 2, Bridge Club, 3. ALLAN N. BISH Industrial Arts Al Band, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Baseball Manager, lg Track, 25 Shop Club, 2. PHYLLIS A. BIXLER Commercial Phyl Athletic Club, 23 Metal Shop Club, 35 Nornir, 3. JACQUELINE Y. BLOCHIER Academic jacque Y-Teens, l, 23 Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Student Council, 1, 2: Orange and Black, 2, 35 College and Career Club, 23 Archery Club, 3. CAROL R. BLUMENTHAL Academic Carol Y-Teens, I, 2, 35 Intramurals, l, 2. 31 Press Club, lg Orange and Black, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 3: College and Career Club, 2. DANIEL BLUMIQNTHAL Commercial Dan Football, I, 2, fl: Basketball, I, 2. 31 Baseball, I, 2, 3, Hi-Y, . . K 1, 35 Athletics Club, Z, 3. DALIQ E. lIOLI,INGIiR Industrial Arts Bolz Ilunting and Ifishing Club, 2, 33 Intramurals, 2, 3. j. MARTIN BOLLINGER ACZIIICIIIIC juliux 'Iiyping Club, lg Intramurals, I, 2. 3: Student Council. 2, 3: Class lreasurer, 23 Bridge Club, 23 Wrestling, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, II, Chorus, 3, Nornir, 3. 18 sv' 1.29 I b. ."' , -'I 3 vm, 1:3 .3 T' ' .4 Q, T3 5 ?af5i1fi3f Nw! QF R1 ii ,.,,r.I. Z ff Q, x " I M, ,K ,. ,sg , gtg, ,ty- .,,,.m, ,, wsailfil if, Sig, L . x we ua 3 . le, gt. SHELVA J. BOLLINGER Commercial Shelva ' - Y-Teens, 2, 33 Orange and Black, 2, 33 College and Career J 5 :: Z Club, 2: Chorus, 23 Bridge Club, 3. JOAN L. BOLLINGER Commercial joni Band, l, 2, 33 Chorus, l, 2, 33 Girls' Work Shop, l, 23 Y- Teens, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Bridge Club, 33 Class Play, 33 Nornir, 3. MARY ANN BOIVERS Academic Marny Press Club, I3 Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 33 Red Cross, I, 2, 33 Chorus, l, 2, 33 Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Operetta, l3 Intramurals, 2. GERALDINE L. BOUSUM Commercial Gerry Band, l, 2, 33 Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 23 Orange and Black, 2, 33 Bridge Club, 3. JAMES K. CARBAUGH Industrial Arts Bushel Football, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. ALLEN H. BOWERSOX Academic I Sox Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 35 Typlng C11-lb, 3- PHILIP N. BOWMAN Academic Nvfdy Football, l, 2, 33 Basketball, l, 23 Baseball, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 1, 2, 33 Athletic Club, 23 Nornir, 33 Typing Club, 33 Chorus, 33 H.R. President, 13 H.R. Secretary-Treasurer, 23 H.R. Vice- President, 3. JAMES NI. BUCKLEY Academic jim Projector Club, 23 Chess Club, 3. DIANNE M. CASSATT ' Commercial Dianne Orange and Black, l, 2, 3: Press Club, 13 Red Cross, l, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 33 Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Art Club, 23 Chorus, 2, 33 H.R. Secretary, 2, 33 Bridge Club, 33 Nornir, 3. DANIEL E. CARL Industrial Arts Danny Band, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Track, 1, 3. 19 X573 K 'lim lf? 9 Oli? 5 figs if-Q., 5. f. :V . ng av -6 1 X .1 rife JO ANN COFFMAN Commercial Bootsie Majorette, lg Y-Teens, I, 2, 31 Girls' Chorus, 2, 35 Dramatics, 2, 3: Dancing Club, 2: Cooking Club, 3. JOAN A. COLEHOUSE General joanie Majorette, lg Y-Teens, 1, 2, Intramurals, 1, 2, Athletic Club, 2. EARLE YV, COMITZ Academic Sarge Rod and Gun Club, l, 25 Intramurals, lg Typing Club, 3: Basketball Manager, 3. BARBARA A. CORNBOWER Commercial Barb Y-Teens, l, 2: Girls' Metal Shop, 2g Bridge Club, 3. SHIRLEY A. CRAMER Commercial Shirl Library Club, 2, 3. RONALD L. CROOK General Ronnie Intramurals, lg Gymnastic Club, 3. BARBARA A. CROOKS Commercial Barbie Majorette, lg Y-Teens, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3: Chorus, l, 2, 33 Dancing Club, 2, 3. LARRY CROSSYVHITE Academic Tip Football, 1, 2, 3, Intramurals, 2, 3: Typing Club, 3. A. JUDINE EHRHART Commercial judy Orange and Black, 1, 2, 33 Press Club, lg Mixed Chorus, l, 23 Girls' Chorus, lg Dramatics Club, 1, 2, 35 Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Red Cross, l, 2, 39 Y4Teens, 1, 2, 33 Nornir, 3, Athletic Club, 2, 3. ROSE EISERMAN Academic Rosie Press Club, lg Debating Club, lg Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Y-Teens, l, 2, 3, Red Cross, l, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 3, Play, lg Intramurals, I, 2, 3: Tumbling Club, 2, Class Presi- dent, 35 Nornir, 3, Typing Club, 3. S ,A jg' ,- - A .X ,, X X ,, 1 gr X J l N NOREEN M. ENSMINGER Commercial Nonnie Chorus, 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader, l, 2, 35 Y-Teens, l, 2, 35 Intra- murals, l, 2, 35 Dancing Club, 2, 33 H.R. Treasurer, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, 3. KAREN L. ENSMINGER Commercial Cmzylegs Chorus, 1, 2, 35 Y4Teens, 1, 2, 3: Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Tap and Ballet Club, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, 3. CLARENCE D. FOLMER Commercial Clem Band, 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 1. GAYLA Y. FEESER Commercial Gail Orange and Black, 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens, lg Library Club, 1, 2, 3, Intramurals, l, 2, 3, Red Cross, 3. SONYA L. FOUT Commercial Sonya Y-Teens, l, 2, Intramurals. 1, 2, 33 Athletic Club, 2, 33 Nornir, 3. WILLIAM M. FORMWALT Academic Bill Red Cross, 1, 2, 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, 1, 2, 33 Typing Club, lg Student Council, l, 2, 33 Press Club, lg Chorus, 2, 3, Class Play, 2, 3: Future Teachers' Club, 33 Nornir, 3. GARLAND FUHRMAN Commercial Leeland Football, 1, 2, 33 Band, 1, 2, 3: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. .11 1 JAMES A. FREY Academic jim Football Manager, 1, 2, 39 Basketball Manager, lg Tennis, I, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club, 2: Chess Club, 3. A. JUDY CLICK Academic Play, l, 2, 3: Chorus l, 2, 3: Dramatics Club, l, 2, 33 Orange and Black, 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens, 1, 23 Thespian Club, 2, 35 Nor- nir, 3. JUDITH V. GARRETT Academic Judy Chorus, 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens, l, 2, 3: Cheerleader, l, 2, 3, Intra- murals, l, 2, 3: Dramatics Club, 1, 33 Orange and Black, 1 2, 35 H.R. Secretary, lg H.R. Vice-President, 25 Class Treas- urer, 33 Girls' Shop Club, 2. X11 DEAN D. GOBRECHT Industrial Arts Goby Intramurals, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. VIRGINIA G. GOBRECHT Academic Gaby Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Typing Club, lg Tumbling Club, 25 Athletic Club, 33 H.R. President, 2. DALE F. GORDON Academic Bird Il Intramurals, l, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club, 3, H.R. Treasurer, l. IVAN J. GRAF General Ivanhoe Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. GERALD R. GROVE Commercial jerry Baseball, lg Intramurals, 3. CHARLES W. GRUBB, JR. Industrial Arts Chas Band, 1, 2, 35 Intramurals, 2, 3. SHELDON E. GRU BB Commercial Sheldon Band, l, 2, 3: Chorus, 2, 3. SANDRA E. HAMM Academic Sandy Intramurals, I, 2: Chorus, I, 2, 3: Y-Teens, l, 2, 35 Red Cross, 33 Typing Club, 3. GEORGE E. HANRAHAN Academic Buddie Football, l, 2, 3: Intramurals, I, 2, 33 Baseball, l, 23 H.R. Vice- President, 1, 2: Student Council, 2, Typing Club, 35 President of the Student Body, 5. WAYNE E. HELWIG General Curly Band, l, 2, 33 Chorus, 2, 3, Typing Club, 3. BARBARA A. HOFFACKER Commercial Barbie Y-Teens, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 25 Red Cross, 2, 35 Tap and Ballet Club, 25 Athletic Club, 3. KENNETH L. HESS Academic Bird Hi-Y5 1, 2, 35 Football, 1, 2, 35 Baseball, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club, 1, 2, 35 H.R. Secretary, 1. SONDRA L. HONESS Academic Sonny Red Cross, l, 2, 35 Y-Teens, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, l, 25 Band, 1, 2, 35 Orchestra, l, 2, 35 Vice-President, I5 Dramatics Club, 1, 2, 35 Play, l, 25 Art Club, 3. LISBETH A. HOLLINGER Academic Betsy Press Club, 15 Orange and Black, 1, 2, 35 Red Cross, 1, 2, 35 Chorus, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 1, 25 Y-Teens, 1, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, 1, 35 Typing Club, 3. JAMES HUSTON Academic Skin Football, I, 35 Yvrestling, 15 Tennis, 15 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Press Club, 15 Orange and Black, 1, 2, 35 Secretary, 15 Presi- dent of H.R., 15 Wrestling Manager, 25 Track, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club, 2, 3. SAMUEL HUGHES Industrial Arts Sam Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Football, 2, 35 Wrestling, 2, 35 Rod and Gun Club, 15 Hunting and Fishing Club, 2, 3. EDWARD T. JONES Academic Ed Red Cross, 1, 2, 35 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Chorus, l, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 35 Debating Club, 15 Typing Club, 15 Press Club, 15 Rhetoric Club, 2, 35 Play, 35 Nornir, 3. G. STEELE IRONS Academic ' Steele Student Council, 1, 25 Typing Club, 15 President, 25 Intra- murals, 2, 35 Bridge Club, 2, 35 H.R. Vice'President, 3. GARY K. KITZMILLER Industrial Arts Chub Intramurals, 1. JANET L. KEHR Commercial jan '-Y qrr' sv, DAVID E. KLEPPER, JR. Academic Dave Band, I, 2, 35 Orchestra, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 35 Speech Club, 3. RICHARD P. KLINEDINST Industrial Arts R. P. Intramurals, l, 2. IVAYN E A. KO EHLER Industrial Arts jack Band, I, 2, 33 Shop Club, 2. EDIVARD L. KOPP Industrial Arts Ed Hunting and Fishing Club, 1, 2, 31 Intramurals, 2. CHRISTINE P. KRUG Academic Chris Intramurals, lg Cooking Club, 3. JOHN P. KRUG General Pete Hunting and Fishing Club, 1, 25 Metal Shop Club, 3. KENNETH E. KUHN Industrial Arts Smokey Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club, 1, 2: Shop Club, 23 Athletic Club, 3. SARA E. KUMP Academic Sally Y-Teens, l, 2, 3: Cheerleader, I, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus, I, 23 Girls' Chorus, 31 Intramurals, l, 22 Typing Club, 3. BEATRICE L. LAUGHINIAN Home Economics Beatie Cafeteria assistant, 1, 2, 3: F. H. A., 2, 3. GEORGE A. LAYMAN Academic Skip Play, I, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, I, 2. 3: Hi-Y, I, 2, 3, Wrestling, l, 2, 33 Press Club, Ig Hunting and Fishing Club, lg Student Council, lg Thespians, 2, 3, Nornir, 33 Typing Club, 3. 24 ta" LORRAINE LEPPO Mixed Chorus, 23 Girls' Chorus, 2: Cafeteria assistant, 2, 33 Red Cross, 33 Typing Club, 3. CHARLOTTE A. LEESE General Shots Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Girls' Metal Shop, 23 Chorus, 23 Intramurals, 23 Dancing Club, 3. Academic Lorraine JAY R. LIVINGSTON Academic Liver Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Hi-Y, l, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club, l, 2, 3. SANDRA LEE LEPPO Commercial Sandy Y-Teens, 1, 2: Cheerleader, 2, 33 Dancing Club, 23 Cooking Club, 3. ARCHIE K. LOSS Academic Archie Dramatics Club, l, 2, 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 3' Red Cross, 13 Play, 1, 2, 33 Speech Club, 2, 33 Nornir, 3. GEORGE H. LONG General George MARIAN L. LUCKENBAUGH Commercial Marian Library Club, 2, 33 Athletic Club, 3. HOIVARD G. LUCKENBAUGH Industrial Arts Smiley Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. PETER T. LUCKIE Academic Pete Play, lg Band, 1, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 1,23 Vice- President, 23 Typing Club, 33 Orchestra, 33 Student Council, 3 Nornir, 3. VIVIAN D. LUCKENBAUGH Home Economics Vivy F. H. A., 2, 33 Cafeteria Asslstant, 2, 3. auf it' gp?" ANNA MAE MANAHAN Academic Anna Mae Y-Teens, I, 2, 33 Intramurals, I, 2, 35 Orange and Black, 2, 35 Girls Chorus, 25 Career Club, 2, Typing Club, 35 Red Cross, 3. LARRY W. MASEN HEI M ER tlommercial Masey Band, l, 23 Hi'Y, l, 23 Mixed Chorus, l, 23 Intramurals, I 2, 33 Athletic Club, 3. MARY L. MEISENHELTER Home Economics Mary Archery Club, 3: F. H. A., 3. LINDA S. MCGILL Academic Linda Chorus, l, 2, 3: Orange and Black, I, 2, 3: Y-Teens, I, 2, 3: Press Club, lg Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Nornir, 35 Typing Club 3. ELEANOR MECKLEY Commercial Elea Intramurals, 2, 3: .Athletic Club, 2: Girls' Metal Shop, 3. DORIS J. MEISENHELTER Home Economics Doris F. H. A., 33 Archery Club, 3. HERBERT W. McDONALD General Herb Intramurals, I, 2. MARTHA MENCHEY Academic Marty Band, I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, lg Y-Teens, I, 2, 3: Orange and Black, l, 2, 3: Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, Typing Club, 33 Nornir, 3. DOLORES G. MILLER General Dilly Typing, Ig Metal Shop Club, 3. TI-IURMOND O. MILLER Commercial Thurm Archery Club, 3. -J 'Ut 6' 5- ,Gr fi- .3 'Q 'fr' Lf! BARBARA A. MUNTZ General Barb Y-Teens, l, 23 Dramatics Club, l, Mixed Chorus, l, 23 Girls' Chorus, 23 Press Club, lg Intramurals, 1, 2, 3g Cooking Club, 3. SANDRA J. MORRISON Commercial Sandy Y-Teens, 2, 33 Intramurals, 2, 33 Girls' Metal Shop, 3. DANIEL K. NESS Academic Dan Library Club, l, 33 Typing Club, 13 Art Club, 2, 3. LARRY K. MYERS Academic Curly Band, 1, 2, 33 Play 1, 23 Intramurals, 1, 2. BEVERLY A. NOGGLE General Bev. Y-Teens, lj Mixed Chorus, 1, 23 Cooking Club, 3. YVILLIAM F. NOBLE Industrial Arts Bill Intramurals, 1, 2, SANDRA L. PARR Academic Sandy Student Council, l, 2, 33 Chorus, 1, 23 Orange and Black, 1, 2, 33 Press Club, I3 Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Play, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, 2, 33 Typinc Club, 33 Nornir, 3. JACQUELINE L. NULL Home Economics jackie Y-Teens, lj Intramurals, 13 F, H. A., 1, 2, 33 Cafeteria Assist- ant, 1, 2, 33 Student Council, 1. JAMES J. PITTMAN Industrial Arts Bird Shop Club, 1, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. MARION PEEKS Commercial Pinky Yffeens, 33 Dancing Club, 3. 1 LOUIS E. PITTS Academic Louie Football, l, 2, 3, Intramurals, I, 2, 33 Press Club, Ig Mixed Chorus, 35 Rod and Gun Club, 3. INIARLIN K. PL.-INK Commercial. Chess Club, 3. MARTHA J. POTTORFF Commercial Marty Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 25 Red Cross, 2, 33 Athletic Club, 2, 3. HOWARD R. PRATT Academic Squint Hi'Y, l, 2, 35 Football, l, 2, 3: Basketball, l, 2, 33 Intra- murals, I, 2, 33 Typing Club, 3, Mixed Chorus, 3g Nornir, 3. SONIE LEE RABENSTINE Academic Soni? Lee Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Play I, 2, 3, Red Cross, l, 2. 3: Intramurals, l, 2. 3, Vice Pres., 2, Dramatics Club, 2, 33 If. T. A. Club, 33 Student Council, 3. ETHEL A. REINDOLLAR Academic Iithel Y-Teens, l, 2. 33 Intramurals, 1. 2, 35 Majorette, l, 2, 3: Orange and Black, l, 2. 3: Girls' Chorus, l, 23 Mixed Chorus, l, 2, 33 Play, 2, Girls' Metal Shop, 25 Typing Club, 31 Nornir, 3. GRANT I.. RHODES General Dusty Intramurals, l, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. VIRGINIA C. RICHARTS Commercial Ginny Dancing Club, 25 .Athletics Club, 3. TABITHA A. RIDDLE Academic Tabby Y-Teens. I, 2, 33 Red Cross, I, 2, 33 Intramurals, I, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus, l, 23 Orange and Black, l, 2, 3. JEUNE E. ROHRBAITGH Academic ffllfle Y-Teens, l, 2, 31 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, 2, 3: Red Cross, 2, 35 Bridge Club, 29 Typing Club, 3. ka, if by rug '17 4:3 DONINIA G RUBY General Donna YTcens l Majorette l Intramurals 1 2 3 Bridge Club 2 Athletic Club 3 RON XLD E ROHRBAUGH GCl1Cral Rannze Intramurals 1 2 3 Shop Club l 2 Typing Club 3 DON -XLD S RUDISILL Ccneral Rudi H1 Y l 2 3 Projector Club 2 Hunting and Fishing Club C XROLYNI J RUDISILL Xcademic Carolyn Chorus l 2 3 YTeens 1 2 3 Intramurals l 2 3 Bridge Club 2 Dramatics Club 2 3 Future Teachers of America GERALD L SAB KKK Shop Cheux H1Y l 2 3 Hunting and Fishing Club l 3 Intramurals l' Rod and Gun Club 2. ANICE C. RUTTERS Home Economics Slim - eens l 2 3' Red Cross l 2 3' .H.A. ' Girls Chorus 1 2 3' Mixed Chorus 1 2' Typing Club 3. LAVERNE C. SANIDERS General Sonny Basketball lg Intramurals, 2, 3. JOANN M. SALTZGIVER Home Economics Josie Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 F. H. A., 33 Dancing Club, 3. JAMES E. SCHUMAN Academic jim Band, 1, 2, 3: Orchestra, 2, 33 Hi-Y, l, 2. 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Rhetoric Club, 2, 35 Play, 33 Mixed Chorus, 3. WN Cf" SANDRA R. SANDERSON Home Economics Sandy Mixed Chorus, 13 Girls' Chorus, 25 F. H. A. l, 33 Athletics Club, 2, 33 Intramurals, 2. LILLIAN M. SHAFFER Home Economics Lillian F. H. A., l, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus, 2: Cook- ing Club, 3. BARBARA M. SHILLING Academic Barb Y-Teens, 2, 3, Band, 2, 33 Orchestra, 2, 33 Orange and Black, 2, 31 Intramurals, 2, 3, College Career Club, 2: Nornir, 3. SUSAN M. SHOFF Academic Sue Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Press Club, lg Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 35 College and Career Club, 2: Art Club, 35 Nornir, 3. CHARLOTTE A. SLAGLE Commercial Chomlale Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Intramurals, 1, 2, 33 Band, l, 23 Majorctle, 33 Athletic Club, 3. SHEILA A. SMITH Academic Aflflif' Student Council, l, 2: Red Cross. l, 23 Girls' Chorus, l, 23 Mixed Chorus, l. 2g Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Dancing Club, 23 Intramurals, 2, 3, Y'Teens, 3, Cooking Club, 3. RODNEY L. SMITH Academic Smitty Intramurals, l, 2, 3. jAMES M. SMITH Industrial Arts Buz Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. JOSEPHINE I. SNYDER Commercial josie Library Club, 2, 3. E ANI L SP ANIGLER J . . . , . Academic Jeannie Mixed Chorus, l, 2, 3, Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Dancing Club, lg Cooking Club, 3. PATRICK SPANGLER Academic PM Band, l, 2, 31 Hi-Y, lg Red Cross, l, 2, 33 Play, l, 3g Dramatics Club, l, 2, 3: Orchestra, 2, 3: Thespians, 2, 31 Tumbling Club 2, Chess Club, 3: Nornir, 3. EARLE L. STAMBAUGH General Snowball Art Club, 23 Typing Club, 3. MAX L. SPONSELLER Academic Max Student Council, lg IVrestling, l, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club, l, 2: Hi-Y, l, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, 2: Typing Club, 33 Nornir, 3. ESTHER R. STRAUSBAUGH Academic Pepper Library Club, 2, 3: Cafeteria Assistant, 23 Typing Club 3 JANET L. STERNER Commercial jan Library Club, l, 2, 3. GARRY J. TRESSLER General Projector Club, 23 Chess Club, 3. MARGARET j. TINKLER Commercial Margie ROBERT UNDERWOOD General Intramurals, 1. SARAH E. TRONE Academic Sally Y-Teens, l, 2, 33 Orange and Black, l, 2, 33 Red Cross, 1, 2, 3, Band, l, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, 1, 23 Play, l, 35 Intra- murals, 1, 2, 33 Dramatics Club, 2, 35 Career and College Club, 21 Nornir, 35 Typing Club, 3. FREDERICK C. WAREHIME Academic CHARLES W. WADDLE Industrial Arts Bill Intramurals, 23 Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. 31 JERALYN WAY Commercial jerry Y-Teens, l, 2, 3, Intramurals, l, 2, 33 Red Cross, 2, 35 Dra- matics Club, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus, 2, 3: Art Club, 2g Nornir, 35 Bridge Club, 3. LARRY WEAVER Industrial Arts Intramurals, lg Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. ANNE C. WENTZ Academic Anne Rcd Cross, l, 23 Y-Teens, 1, 25 Band, 2, 35 Music Club, 2. LARRY L. WENTZ General Hunting and Fishing Club, l, 2, 3: Intramurals, 2 NADINE M. WVENTZ Home Economics Deanie Intramurals, 1, 23 F. H. A., 2, 35 Cooking Club, 3. RONALD E. WVENTZ Academic Ronme Band, l, 2, 31 Hunting and Fishing Club, lg Projection Club 2, 3: Orchestra, 3. SHIRLEY R. WENTZ Academic Shifl Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Dancing Club, 2g Athletic Club, 3: Y-Teens, 3. DALE WERNER General jake PAUL L. WHEELER General Paul Basketball, 1, 2. PATRICIA L. WVINAND Commercial P11 Red Cross, lg Dramatics Club, lg Press Club, lg Intramurals 1, 25 Art Club, 2: Bridge Club, 3. 32 .-' Cyl'-5 F 25,1 ii ROBERT A. WINTER Academic Bob Band, l, 2, 35 Chorus, l, 2, 35 Dramatics Club, l, 2, 35 Orange and Black, 15 Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Play, 35 Chess Club, 3. PHILIP D. WINAND Academic Phil the Worm Student Council, 1, 2, 35 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 HiAY, 1, 2, 35 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Typing Club, l5 Chorus, l, 25 Hunting and Fishing Club, 15 Basketball Manager, 1. DAVID M. YVOLFSKILL Academic Dawg Football, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, 1, 2, 35 Vice Pres., 3 ROBERT H. YVOLFE Industrial Arts Bob Intramurals, 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEE M. YOHE General Shyrl Y-Teens, l, 2, 35 Red Cross, 15 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Press Club, I5 Girls' Metal Shop, 25 Bridge Club, 3. ROBERT YVOODY Commercial Woody Football, 2, 35 Student Council, 3. THOMAS L. ZARTMAN General Tom CARLA L. YOST Academic Carla Student Council, 15 Orange and Black, l, 2, 35 Red Cross, l, 2, 35 Intramurals. l, 2, 35 College and Career Club, 25 Mixed Chorus, 2, 35 F.T.A. Club, 35 Y-Teens, 3. LARRY E. ZUMBRUM Industrial Arts 501111 Basketball, l, 2, 35 Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Band, 1, 2, 35 Shop Club, 2, 3. LARRY T. ZORBAUGH Academic Bucky Intramurals, l, 2, 35 Football, I, 2, 35 Typing Club, 1, 2: Basketball, 25 Football manager, I, 2, 3. - A ...af 4 uf 4:57 The seen lflJ6 hnds us xx ho list yen were Sopho IHOICS, Vused to the POSIIIOH ol unrors Durrnff the ptst tyxo school terms our cllss nas cxtlemely proud ol 1ts lllCllllJL15 who won places on the vnslty md junior X'1lSll.X lootbxll and bas ketball squads XVe also XkClCIJlCi5CCl to be repre sented on the mestlmg team In both our Sophomore and umor years the l101HCIOO1l1S alternated gettlnv up early Saturday mornmgs to sell baked goods at the HWIIOWGI Nlar Let 'lhc sale ol class Jackets was our bxggest The Graduating C ass 957 S Brammer S H Poxst Treas N Kessler P es J Nlartm X P es project durmg our umor year Durmff these hrst two vears ol hwh school many members ol our class were 'tctue rn chorus work the band the plnys, and the y urous other dCI1Y1 tles ks sprmv came, many members of our class practrced Llllllflllgly to contrrbute to the success ol our tenms track, and baseball teams Alter ue had decorated the gymnasxum for tuo uelllecened proms ue reahzed that mo of our thlee Sens at I. 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N n J me mf ating 11 ' A'1-Sager ' 3 ,She tit :J m Row I Mr Thrush T Good H Pratt L lumbrum S Brown Row 'P E Rettzel WV Howe M Chronrster L Lrttle Row 3 R Forry C Khnedrnst W Porst R Cromer The Boys That Bounce Know What Counts The Hawk cagers under the able coaclung of head coach Bernird lhrush sttrted the season mth '1 banfr The boys opened by droppmg a close one to Carhsle on the H111 floor Xlter umnrng easrly at Mlaynesbolo the Hats ks lell mto then worst prttall of the season they lost to Nlrddletoun undeleated unttl the season s end Chambersburg and Gettys Howdre Pratt and larry luurblum talk oxer the game 1301 'r burg Then ts a be rr comrnq out ot hrbetnatron the Hawks exploded ruth txso rmpressrve wrns over Hershey ind hlCC1llIllCSlJllI'g The team uhrch had had hard luck all season, especrally rn the loss of scorrng champ Bob Forry lost another v11uable asset rn Ray Cromer who broke h1s loot Then the Hawks lowered the boom on Cham bersbuxg to the tune of 10418 uhrch broke the prevxous record ot 95 The team closed the cam pargn urth a rexenge xutory oxex Gettysburg The H twks are truly t11e spark of E H S Tally Sheet Central York Lancaster Delone X ork Westmnnster Chester Delone Central X ork Sptrng Grown Carhsle V as nesboro Nlrddletoss n Chambersburg Gettysburg Hershey Nlechanrcsburg York Catholrc Car lrsle J Way nesboro Mlddletown Chambersburg Gettysburg Hershey Mcchamcsburg 54 V F' . Dt, Q 1 4 g x Y .X N x f L. 1 x 1 f . D. I 2 h . . , ............,........,. 44 33 high, M 51 .....,.s....,....,.,....,. 52 40 S3 4 .,....s,,s.............t.,., 69 63 Lt, , 4 ' ..,,....,...,.,,....,....,,... .23 42 J, ' ' ' .............,. ........ 8 8 48 . ' ..........,....,,.,,.....,.. 43 93 . ...,........44,......,....... 65 40 ' 1 ' ' 4....,...,............. 81 66 " ' f' . .............,....,.. 78 67 ' .................,.......... 51 56 - ' 5 ...t......t......,,..... 73 56 . ' ' ,......,..,.....,...,... 49 67 - . ...,...,.......,..,... 46 47 I' - ..................,,.,... 40 47 3 ...................,..,.... 76 69 1 ' .,.,....,....,..,,... 77 55 ' ' ' ,,.,...,.,............ 52 65 ' ' 4......,..........,,.,...... 6 75 ' ....,.....,...,.......,. 94 58 ' ,...,,.......,........,. 48 59 . ..,......4.....,..... 104 78 ' . ,,.....,,....,...,,..... 84 36 W .1 ........s..s..,...t........ 57 62 G' - ' .,......,.....,...... 55 B111 shoots hxs pcgps the hard way Coach Thrush takes the dcfuxsc as lom Xohsn presses the attack Soup puts h1s meal hooks on a rebound Too many hngcrs ln the P103 f e7 A X.. x.! 5- 1 f., AL-. Row I Xlr Dixmex K Spangler NI Shoil R Lclngli H Shoemaker S Hamer Roi L Small NI LaNIott -I Xoung D Irons D Rodman The J V s Strutted With Some Barbecue THEY H-XD X FOOD COXCII XXD FIHLY DIDN T PO XCH S0 ON FfH1.. OTHER TEAIXIS THLY NIADIL THL JOKLS Luck is a mins tendered trap but Duc. Irons has it as he leaps for the basket 48 THEY NIA-XDE I'l' PAY AYD Ccnlrul York I.'lTlCllSlC'I' , Dclonc .. York .... , Westminster Delonc . . Central York Spring Grove Carlisle . Yhlyncslmoro , Middletown .... . Chzirnlmcrsliurg Gettysburg ....... Hershey' , Mechanicshurg York Czltholic Carlisle . Xlllyneslnoro , Middletown Cliznnlmerslxnrg Gettysburg llcrehey' Mcclianicslmrg ' Xl' AAXINWI' Home Visitors 1 i .... 1. 54 27 44 39 30 33 39 34 42 22 34 44 Hlfl 46 35 eifl 43 4-1 43 45 39 53 52 35 ill 23 42 36 51 36 '11 F I.. 1 ng-ur Nl l' Ron' I: F. Alhin. XV. fiilfllllllll. C, Stnith. Nl. Bollinger, L, Bltitnenthal, NI. Zutaveslai. Rout 2: .X. XN'inand, S Feeser S11C1lZ1IIlZ1I'1, NI. Spunseller, D. Wolfskill, lf. Bolin, S. Hughes. Grunt 'N Groarzers Pull No Boners Mr. Len Zzitztveski COZl1'11CC1 Z1 group of inex4 perienced grzlpplers tlirougli 21 very rough 13- 1I1ZlIC1l schedule. Although winning only 2 mzttcltes, t11e llztwlas gave Cilfll llllll every teznn Ll battle helore yielding. A ntuch needed boost CIIIIIC when .lurk Be- inillei, Z1 lornier grztppler, gave up h11sketh11ll to return to wrestling, hut lztter the lClll1l sullered Ll loss when c11pt11in Dane XYollSkill gustained an arm injury. Senior Sinn Hughes of1'ered Z1 notzthle perform- ance when he pinned 11 165 pound opponent from Carlisle alter only 21 seconds. Seniors bidding goodbye to their wrebtling Careers in high school llI'CI Sznn Hughes, .1111-k Beiniller, Dztve XYoll'skill, Max Sponseller, LIIIL1 Martin liollingt-r. HOV' THEY PINNED THEM Home Visitors Biglerville 21 33 XVCSL York l-1 34 West York , 22 21 Manlieiin Central .,., . 8 39 York ..... , . . 9 33 Solanco . . , , 8 33 Lantuwter 9 30 Nlnnlu-itn Twp. 17 26 Reading . 17 29 Colutnhin . , 11 25 Hersliey , 10 32 Carlixle . 31 25 Milton Iicrsliey , 3 45 jack and Dave, practicing INTRA Rou I L Crossulnre P Bell D Blumen R L 7 R bnxdgr X Bouersox krout The Boys The boys lntmmulal blSLCIlJ'1u le IQIIC supel the pliyofl ff une the 'I hundexlmnds 10 nn proxed used bx Stexe P ldjill needed 1 plnoll 1 nne to n ICIl4 Ll mx ff C 1 1 Lilly C1 declde Lhn L11 nnpb 1111 XX ups Cllllllfll ln un nn J n 1 Lnnunll llnllp Bull md o Groxe took Hut hull honoxs onlx to be donned 1.,lXlllgblOll pmed the lands nl then Mllllllllg el ln the second h nll play by the lhumlubnda In on Ihe gxrls chnnpxon somnr tcznn X Golyrccln S Menu S Font C Iccsnr C Blumcnlllal j fhrharl ,.....f' fi ,W . v ' .3 l ' ! X J l 1 : . " , . , . X ' tlxal. 01' ...' . R I -,.. 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X ' AL l 1 4 lf V, , K: MURALS 'Ihc g1rl5 cl1z1mp1on 11asl1611111l tcam Row I C B1llIllLI'll1l'l1 S F0111 V C-011r11111 J Ehr hart Row " D Llllcxuan J Rhodes B Baldban The C1r1s The 16110115 are llOI 1116 01111 s1111115l1111111f puplls 11 115 1 C 1 1 T611 11162111 ball 111680 1111 1155115 61161 1111111 on 1116 111s11111111111o116111111 11111115 lll11 1111 1116 soccer H6111 In1r111111111 1111111165 111 5111161115611 11111111 1116 a 6 QLllL1lllLC 111 N115 1.1111111111 111111111 IC 162111115 1116 1556111111 111115 511 11111 1111 511111551111 ,J ,f M4 I... 5p0115111f1nsh1p 11111 5116 15 1111115 11611111 1111611 111111114165 116 116111111 1111111 511111111 11111115 111111110 1101111 11111 Z1 oung ll 11 115 111 11116 1116 11611111 SL 111111-1115 111111 111 111111 11111 11116 11151 1s1' ll 1111 111 11116 1 1JI1l1x 5 51 1115 111111 11111 11111111611111 1111111111.110n C 5 The g1r1s C118I'l'lPlOIl 1oll6y11a1l11:1111 S Parr C Rll1115111 XI XIcnc1111 S Rd1JCHSl1IlL R l.151r111an S H111111n C X051 L McG1ll S-'luv '51, -is 1 6- 111 1 S 1121 1 1 1111101 11 11 1 S1111 1 111 1011811111 1111111119 J 'Nlctmlfe Us N ll 1 ll Ill s 1 1 I ' ffl 1 1111 1 1111 11111111 ll 111g B 'X1111 L l11s111111 NI S11111x1111L11 l 1 K1 11 Nl 1175 1 1 111111 1'o1111cr XV Fchx R011 J 15 L115111 L 1'.111llLI N11 B 111501 K 1111111 And The Band Played On Nlr Bruce XX lser 110111 of 111e lI'l9l1ll1I1Clll'l1 mu SIC dep 1111116111 sms 110111 111 10111111 N11111111111 A1161 s1'1x111g 10111 xeaxs Ill t11e X11111 111 e111e1e11 Gettysbmq Colleffe to contmue 111s e1111c111on Mterwmuls Xlr XVISCI a11e1111e11 Leb1111111 Villey Lolleffe 11111 t11e UHIWCIQILY o1 xI1C1llgZlI1 Belore moxmg to HTIIOWCT he 11110111 111 the NI111111e1o11n H1gh School N1111111eto11n 1J01'lXN'l1'C Larly 111 t11e 1311 1111 1111111 p111ct11'e11 d1111s to be Bruce X1 1ser SClllLl1 ll e U1 811111 thex llll 1llCL1lllL1X 51111611 18116115118 101 111e 111111e1 and 51311110 1111111115 111e1e H13 no 1e,1 101 the 1111111 at the 1111Se oi the 1oo1111l1 smson Both Concerts were 511111151111 'X1OIlff 111111 these 1ct11111eS t11e band p111111p11e11 111 p1r111e5 pep r.1111es, and other pro g1a111s N11 XXISCI' desenee a hearty welcome from H 5 '17 X 11 'kgs 1 111rgc Rutledge . 1 1 . , 1 pf 1 i, f1 1 f 11 1 ,A F . U' ' 1 1 ' 1 . - J. 1 3:1 1 11 f 1 , 1 'A 1 R1 1 : 1. I1111'.i, I", Stn 111-r, NI, N1-1 ' J. I1 Il 11. R. l1CI'gJl1, '11, Rr 1 2: G. '1 ' , S. '.: ' . Q. . z , S. Nfy-':, '. Gr 111. J. S11 1 1111, l,. 1Z1J71121Ill, ll. 111-111'11o1'l1, S. 1-Qz1.1c1'. lim' ?: li. N1z1'1 . S, 11'1111iw1'11. X. L 1v1. J, vkcr, 9 Angel, S. VINIAOIXC. J. Worley, N. 111111111-r. 11. K1L'J1ibl'l', lf. S1l1llIll1Jll1lg1l, C. f1Ixll111l, R. 1111111 1111. I'1 1 4: G, 5 ll 1. XV. Hel " , . 1' ', 7. . . ."1 1 ,. 511111-', J. XY-1111.AIl. C. Slngle, J. Jc1111'1f,f, S. 1111111 , D. E' ICIJ, C. 1 . ", , 2 ' , ' 1 - pre ' 1 1111 111111111111 51 mes. 1' I' ' - Q 1 1.. , vt, .I 1 Z., A . D: U .2 ,i. . lv: J. . h . . .W '. ' , , . .1 ' 1 Q . .1 1! 1 ' . 1. U ' ' .I ' , -5 2 ' 1 '1 ' I. 1 ' ' 1 f 1 ', ' - . -- J, J .Xl Q. 1 5- A ll!!! Row I J Berkhermer I' Stfnuller T Ymnemrm R Ieev: R Nlenchcs Row I Borlncr Krug B Shlllmg D K e per B Ixfillll J Barnh lrt R XI rrklc I' I llilxl I Ilirm rn R XX enll R n 3 beholl D XX uner C, Ym mg huler E lxwsler I Shrner ollrngu D oll n N Sm: sr r K, 1 I ng L x u nan FI Illker B xwngu R Hunter R XIIIII I Spin e The Bow Brummels Row I N Ixessler NI Bl11n1enth'1l F Shmrer S Jicohs 'X Shifler L Bortner J Ycrster Ron " 9 Nhchacls NI Fers ICI X BIIISSCIIIYII1 lx XI0llllCOI'I S lioness I Smuller ll Xlenchu B Shlllrng D lxlcpper C Xrnglmg D lepp I Stauf f X Hhxiler Rrm 3 J Schu or 'rplmm u u 1 L ru I-uhrm III R XIIIIICI R Nlar 1 P Spangler I' Iuckxe L Ilurruln R Venti Iron I NI Hemi Nlr DIIIIIIIIILIL Mx H1161 D Cromer Schuman YV Mauat 53 ii . ., - If al E ll ' 3 lp', .' ,. " 2, ..:', . ,. . 1, . " . 0' " , . '. ' gl J. Sc ', . ' , L. .I , J. IS ' tr-', . Gr , J. Little, XV. Fuhr mn. .I. Q rffc , S. 'ar-ell, K. ' er, . NIJ' ers. Ron' 4: A. llish, L. lumhrum, J. Martin, lf. Nlasenheimer, D. Curl, W. Shriver, XY. Koehler, J. Baker. G. Ilenlzel, D Sll" , 4. 1' ,J. enz V, . " X, .. 12, '. llgl'1'. er: I . ' . l 1' A: A. . I.. L.m P. SWVZIYIIJ 'III Slrzr 'gba' gl. NI. -1, G. l' l 2 , .l 4 ', I lx, Row I D 'Xllllcr X Bechtd S Hamm E Rpmdollix X XIIHCI C Broun Rou " I CIOXC S Brammcr -X Garrett I SPHDQICI L Slcrner J H xrngr Io: XX Lxllllt Busslger 1' Bell L, Bowser L Fre1se J Schuman H Xlwood R Our Hearts Stood Sttll When They Sang Row 1 Nlexcclllh XI Rovers B LLTIINCU Il Kopp N CIHIEI' B Doll YN tuner Ron 7 L C-rose -X Bechtel L Stern er 'NI ones S Hmmm S hump D Canal Ron 3 S BIHIHIDCI X Garlcll lx Rebcrt X Sulllxzm NI Frantz B Crooks B 'lhrush D Hamer 43:-.. 14 ,s L I. ' ,. '1 '.1z'5: '.'JJ,J' V7 ,- ',- " -- 1- 1 I I . ' .-. ,. . . . f , ,v -, 'i ,, 4. ', , o 4 , -.1 ' f-A Ch X ,' M ff ,. , v .4 .. ' "" fax - - 4 M . .. . 'X ' I' ' '. ' f '23 I, , ,, ,,y,, ,,s r ,' , V 5 3 A ', , , 3, N A s ' ' 1, V Rou I C Xost C Ruclmll S Shulli XI Boucrs I XNISCHSIIL 9 Hillman Bollmgcr R01 ' D H1rncr B Thrush J Bankert K Rebcrt P XX :mer S Shalfu R04 Q H lxalt B Pont L Pun C, Laxurxn XI Sponsellnr I Boumun 'NI Bollmger J 'Nhrlm with Voices That To The Roo Tops Rang Row I ulllson R 6 Iucht X r 1 LI ul m L Coffmm k rlhlillfl LI S crncr L Nhblll 5 Slllllll N 1'I'lSIllll1f5Ll R01 3 L SIIOCIHJLLY Has L lgppo X Rxll J BdIlkLl'I Spanblu 1 Shaffer X Rultcls gi JJ Rah! Rah! Rah! Immediately your attention focuses on sr,-4 pretty misses-the cheerleaders of E. H. S. During football season Judy Garrett, the cap- tain, and the rest of the girls-Sally Kump, Brenda Stambaugh, Sandy Leppo, Noreen Ensnringer, and Eileen Wlisensale led us in "Center, End, Tackle, Guard They were always on hand for the Pep Rallies to lead the student body rn rousing cheers Trp It m the Lenter can alytays be heard echoing from the gym during basketball season as again these six girls are around to boost the morale of the Nrghthamks For the V basketball games Barbara Attles berger Barbara and Sonny lllcaver and Patricia W'ege our sophomore cheerleaders led us rn cheers These girls also substituted lor the regulars at varr ous othtr trmes during the year Untrl the final VICTORY o r E H S cheerleaders were alrs ays urgmg their fellow class mates onward with their cheers Row I S L ppo j Garrett N Ensmrnger Row 2 I1 Wrs ensalc S Kump B Starnbaugh The Cheerleaders and The Malorettes The majorettes of this year upheld the hrgh standards set lor th by those of preyrous years One of these stand rrds was the excellent lerdershrp of the pre frame and halftnne drrlls during football season Besides leading the band tt football games the mrlorettes pcrlorrned mth the band rn parades and special exlnbrtrons By means of their per lorrnanccs they hecarne noted lor their high stepping and turrhng ahrlrty 'lhe snt mrjorettes mth Lthel seryrng as head majorette led the band rn many successful per for rnances ex eryxs her e 1 C Qlag I Rerndr S lacharras Rau 'P ' rncnrll S oll S lrrtrn 96 H , V . 1 V . . U It ' ' 1 .FY r ' 7 . . I ' . .' ' , - . , . 4. y l Y ' ' Ll YY - ----- , u . . . v v y . ' - .' . '3 , . 4 , . f . .' '. '- , . , . . . ' f. " w,- A X .V ,X yy D 'F A ., X . I Q ag y 5 a K I , P f L , . A - 1 T ! , dv ., ' ' ' ,fx 2- N Q t ia it fi r , . . ' . , . ' ,' W- , A T 3 A , l f '. , y - Q .y fl Q r . . Q. , D - 0 0 . , 1 'Q C - , . 1 ' 0 4 2 , t. . .f . - " . . 'K 2 1 t " , 1 0 ' - ' D "' , f U I . ,. . . . , 9 j . ' . . . . . . ' -1 l ' i L 4' u ' l Q L I . . . h Nm , , 1 . I , , , , l I ' , V ' . Roz' I: ,. t . le. C. ' fllar, .. '.' r-: S. let ,-I, Sth , an. ' Row I P Vrnand B Thrush I' Hersensrle X Xhrltlc L Grote Shafer Rozt 9 5 Broun R Hoody NI Bollrnger 1' jones L Study 5 Rabcnstrnc b Pennymcll D Rodman J Spangler D Irons H lorrrmalt 12 Cohen The Student C ounctl The Student Councrl of llrchelberger rs as found ed m 19353 Thrs body has but one purpose rn tts exrstence to serxe tht student body The councrl IS a serrrce or franrmtron composed of the students themselxes, together ruth a latulty adxrser and e olllctrs R Cromer I S "rrr X r e Jrthl y onsor C, ll r row. V Pres 1' serwes 'ts rt lrnk between the facultv and the student body The members ol the councrl do not take rt upon themselxes to Uoxern the students but they take an actrxe part rn admrmsterrno the larxs set up by the lftcultx the prmcrprl and the students lasts uhrth are deemed best lor all The countrl h rs best serxed both the faculty and the student bodx rn thc prst by rtorrrrrfr out drffer ences md rrrsutrrrrff questrorrs posed by duly tctrxrtres Lrclr student hrs the 1l0lll to make hrs oprurons Lnorxn to the councrl either throuvlr trye The faculty his equal opportunrty to xorce then oprrrrons and ue lrequently crsked to attend meetruffs to present th' counrrl mth therr vreus The councrl has lound that orderly drscussron gov er ned bv parlrtmenttrx procedure rs the best an suer to controxersml questrons The Lrchelberver Student Councrl his alwvtss th tt LlllClllOll cur best be lrrndled by teachers ind hrs lelt th tt held sttrctlv rlone Hou exer the councrl leels tlrrt the sotrtl stttus of the school rs 1 wsrdeopen sublect, 'nd hrs trlsen the lead rn or f'f'1Il1l1IlQ' ulrolesoure socral exerrts These ex ents rnclude dances assemblx profframs, and other 'rctrxrtres deswned to rnterest the students and m rlte them pl rx 1rr rrrte-Oral part rn all phases of school Irie T he Student Countrl upholds 'md trres to foster, prmcrplts of LllSClIJllllC sell control and good con duct ur tll ol the students X11 ol these hue serx ed to urrrtc the stuc ents and grxe them standards to lrwe by 1 Y V. . , 3' . ' .I . ',j. . . '.Y: Y', Q. ,.. . . r I ' - I L l ' I '. 4 , . . ' ' J. 1 ' ' . n x s I . . . ' . V .1 'A V. . i l fy' 1 'Q Y 1 n Q N ' 7 y ' ' S . ' I', Z , 4 ' ' . 1 1 ' ' . l L . Th . . t , "rt-ns.: l. . Sec.: .lr'. I2'l 1 , ' - ' x , , -, ' - V - v K. l W , faculty' sp 3 'Q '. :rr rzrlran, l'r'es.g R. G' 1 , ' , U . 1 ' .. -1 ' .. '5 . ' t 1 allfelllllllg Il HICCUIIQ Ol' lllfOl'1HlIlg lllS representa- Q ' . ' if ' ' ' I '- ' ' f - T- . , t . . nl . b . J Y v . -. V . 4 I Li r 1 J' . - ' -'Q - - .1 1 - V - . '. p 4 , 4 . . ' ', ' - M A x - V 5 4 7. -Q Q , . ' I S , 1 1 ,I ' Ah ' " 1 r , y I felt 1 tc 1 'z x 1 I' the ' Q , . t . 4 . t . 5 nf . - . ..t- A r I, . . . ' I - A K 1. 1. 1 ' A j t 1 'Dt x ' . ' t ' . tx I L . Y. . . . l Q ,I . U t 1 t O 1 T. , ,, , s - I ,V 'l A K. 1 ' N. Q I ' rn. F - Y H. - . , 4 K - ' v YI' V D LH Q 1 1 as sae 9 'li Q-was Ron I P XIISCIIDCIIDCI' Nl ll0llll'lgLl P Bouxnan X Bmxersovc I Hlrxnon K Splngltr Rm: " V Felix D Klepper Hess P IIILLIL NI Shoff Il lx K Ingcr L nl Schuman R beans D lbaugh Row 4 Baker M Sponscller D Rodtnln R XSLDII 1 Bouscr XS lorctnan H1Y Row I R Cromer V Pres H Pratt Pres P Luckte Sec Row 2 D Glove Treas I Martm Rec Sec t . as LL The H1Y club of Hanoxer was founded many years ago and h ns conttnued to f:l0llIlbll exet stnce fhe H1X ol tlns ten hopes to lne up the stand ards of the plecedmg clubs and to the H1 Y pledge and platform As soon as ptoceedtngs started 1n the mlddle of September the club COHSISUHO ol about s1xty membets tx as d1v1ded 1nto tx O1 lung COHIIIHUCCS A ch tntnan ws 'ts put lll chargc of each conmuttee and the club was on IIS was The hope of this club IS to nnptoxe the members Spllllllally and mortlly a they ate nnptovmg the commumty w1th thelr servxces The club agenda ws as planned along the l1ne of three thmgs servtce projects and programs Our meetmgs th1s year cons1sted of a sarlety of thmgs XVe have had speakels, panel dtscusstons, and moues YVe ment stummxng at YOlk several tunes XVe made ll a poltcy to try to attend a dlffer ent church xn town the first Sunday 1n every month The club had two hayrldes and the annual affa1rs Chrlstmas and Sprmg Dances Ray Cromer and jtm Martm attended the Youth for Government assembly 1n Harrtsburg and re turned from ll w1th a greater understandmg of our state government The club, w1th many new members, ws 111 steadlly rmprove and beneftt everybody te P Q ff: F Q' trellis N We f .ttaj eq 4 Mastiff sll TT?F'l T at if r 4 f, . ' 1 e ' - .jf ,' 7 ' .Vs N fl. X . PX ant K A Q -1 ' 4 V . " , as g lg Q ,f e 5 A s,! 3 E .t A Q, . : E X I ,- l, My i K ' Q 't QXA K-P s 1' K, p .f' '. '11 caoflrll RH' li."It'ssler,v f 31 jf 1-1 . l l. Q l. 2 ' - - W' f ' . 2 xl? Q . h S 1 . : . , . , 1 '-A? X . . . 7. SENIOR YTeens Row 1 X Rutters B Slullmg V Gobrecht J Rohrhaugh P Xlll1lll'l0S'l IN lusmlngcr S Sm1th NI Bowers R011 9 S Hamm R EISCYIIIZIII C Rud1s1l1 C, Yost C Blumenthal S 'Irone S Parr R011 3 I Garrett E Rem dollar D C1ssatt S Shoff J Coffman Maw J Berkhe1111er Row 4 S Wentz B llollmgcr K Lnsmmgtr X XI11nal1an G Bousum L XI1.G1ll To mow as a pewson To gmw 171 frzendshzp ztzlh people of all mces relzffzons and natzorzalztzes To grow zn the L7101Ul6df76 of God? Before school bev 1n Y Teens could be found attendmg sum1ner conference md plzmnmg for the commg yerr ol 1et1w1t1es Duung the be01n nmg necks of school the 150 YTeens found themselxes buss mth prom uns It the X XX C X After meetlnw the H1Y 1t 1 chtllenqe uwht incl Wllllllllq the 01119 be01n 111111111110 for the1r Dlte w.s1tl1 D1d progr 1111 when thex en tertamed 1he1r fathers At Chr1stm1s t11ne the YTeens found t1me to decor1te go c11ol1nq ruth the H1Y and to tr1n1 then mltten 'ree a tree cosered ruth m1t tens to be sent to ch1ldre11 OXCTSCIS I11 Febxuus some of the guls 1ttended the lllIlll'll nnd mnter confel ence 111 C 11l1sle P1 Before II1ster the X Teens 1tttnded 1nd took p11t 111 the Lenten setuces held esery Hlednes clay mornmv tt the Y Sprmg was a serv busy tlme for the g1rls Thev h1d 1 tea for the1r mothers sold oser 2000 boxes of ello held 1 formal dance and worked mth the H1 Y to pl1n the 'lI'll'llldl Youth Rally md fin tllx the Sp1frhett1 DIUDCI the final actnxty of the yem Huh the 131581110 of tune the YTeens could look b1ck on a successful year Y Teens Row 1 S l11th1r11s V Ires S R1bcnst1t1e Pres Row S Baumgardner Treas M Menchey Sec qv-3 59 6 ,Q 1 Q0 1 1- P .lf 1. . 1 , 5 if ' V 'V f, w -5- ' " 1. 5, . K f r Q , l fi 1 '. f..:. ,. J ,. ',- '.. ,. I '5- V , . ' . Y ' I - ' 1 , . 1. ,. , . ,j. A,. . . . , - , 1 1 1-- . , .1 ' . lf . 1 -D - . . , V . I D I Q ' , '77 D . . 52 , - ' . ,1 1 1 1 . K O ' 1' , ' 1 ,' . ., .. f 1 . V, .V 51 L 1 1 .1 1 I K . ' . ' 1 D 1 ' . , ' . ' . . '- - ' 4 4 1 1 - -p - 4 1 ' ' l C 1 'T . . U 1 K . D ' ' " ' ' ' , , . . , ' 1 o 1 o' ' 0 ' 'I 1 v. 7' -1 v 1 L K K 4 1 A . 1 ,K cl K ' - Q L 1 V V. .- 1 L 1 , . .., . .'.. 1 1, ,1 1 1 -' ' ,1'. , 1. ' 1 1 7 - 1 1, , - .1 1 ' ' ' I - Q, 11 .1 2 D1 . I ' ,V I 1. c , ' , , . . L K , ,. 1 1 ' ' . 11 1 4 . 15 I ' - I ,. H .... , " o 1 ' ' - .1-1 M., . .,,, I. 1 -1, , 'C-7 . 5 ,v x ,l A . , 2. . N.,-W . M 6, .,g',., . .. -::.-A -:53::::,-g,.,- ., . s,.,, neo., .- -.' guyz.-u.. 1 -,. a N. n,q-...L-b . I -a,,,.. .'l. "un, '. Ov., A , l Q Ron' I: S. Rabenstine, K. Glick, Nf. Bowers, R. Eiserman. P. llixler. Row 2: Rf. Sponsellcr. C. Layman, S. Parr, B. Shilling J. lihrhart. Row : .. . ' Q' , .. Trone, Nf. Menchey, S. Shoff, R. Albright. Ron' 4: li. jones, XY. lformwalt, P. Winand, P I l J I Xfcflll 9 Bell, l. Bowman. The N ornir The Nornir originated as the high school year- book in l92l. The first edition was supervised by Mrs. Mabel C. XVolcott, then, and still, head of our Hanover Public Library. During the Past 35 years, the Nornir has changed its appearance but not its purpose. Basically, the purpose of any yearbook is to show what happened in the school, and the re- lation of the happening to the students in the school. However, much more than that is required before a successful yearbook may be produced. Perhaps the most necessary requisite is the com- plete co-operation between all staff members. The class of 1956 holds its head high when co- operation is mentioned, and justly so: the year- book that needed to be a cooperative effort ac- tually was such an effort when the real work began. Throughout the entire staff, co-operation was a working facet of a yearbook procedure. This is commendable especially because of the size of the total yearbook staff: it comprises divi- sions for business, artwork, photography, writ- ing, editing, and scores of others. Only when these conform to the needs of one another is success apparent, and gained. 'mt-1 A fbias 60 Perhaps many of these who learned from the yearbook the taxing sort of work publishing is, but that is a job that gives satisfaction to the worker, the satisfaction of the Hnished book nestled on the shelf-perhaps many of those will someday feel benehted by the seemingly trivial task of producing a school yearbook-in our case, the Nornir. The Nornir Editors: Ron' I: P. Bowman. P. WVinand, M. llolli 1 os 'rnun in micf l'hrhart S Shoff nger. .L l. 's, lzl '- -Cl M J. 2 , A - - Ron' 2: L. McGill. S. Rabenstine, S. Trone, P. Spangler, G. Layman, Glick. ,VEQ a.' x 1 ft. I Rx 7 +s.--- xx f-' xX Q ll I sc R mt n ml 1 o nr onus Bc 1 lll NIL lm: I 1 I oc 0 111 4 x 1 xx N n n IL If 1 ll 1 1 N up Nh 1qLr R04 m 4 14 lu lkullhnt Lum o 1 hoxsn R01 J s 15 U x 11 1 L L lt x I 1 N D lxw The Orange And Black 1 III C 1 X us lchlm L lm 1 N xkf. up ILIIIUI Qpolls lchtor Lxchangc Lllllfll Icl 0 cs n Xhm xu Suu ld 1' rx XILIIIC Los: h1I Xxllll Xxllllllll lormu Ill E :mm Nh CIAIIXCI Xdxxsu and P XIIIIIIIOSI plan the nut cchuon of the plpnr -.4 9. -.I 4 I 'xg 61 NIO16 thin fcrtv XC'll5 .wo the Orange and Black the ofhu 11 pubhmllon ol L H S 111 ide IIS hlst appcu mcc 15 the xmce ol the hxgh school, the YGLOILIS of ILS opuuons ICUXLUCS, and us pezson ahues In the Xeus xshxch folloucd thu lHlIl'll puhlxciuou eich sllcccsslxc CCIITOIIII md busmess btlil has suneu 111111-cmlx to IIHIJIONC 1116 COXCI 106 oi exams thu 111 akc lxcllclhuvu H11 h School In kceplnff xulh thu ll uhuon the suffs of the lfba 16 0111106 md llllh h ue puscmed sewn ILS 41 nutur L LXLIIIS ol school claw ll d ullh SIIIIIJIIHUS of IIICVIIX Cffoxti rc s uc L ls tm f 1 ll mc 1111c1LL111H1c3f Po lll 1 IIIIUS 0 C'lt OI sn! md ll ls thc SIIILLIC home ol elnh 1l1L11X1llllHl thu thu mues of thc xedx M111 sene is 1 SOUICE 101 hmuc reiexence matexml for the school 'Ihe l9JvJ6 smff ls lusth PIOULI of the 111011 houols 'us udcd the IJIIJLI 111 the xelr .ls the papa ws 15 pliced 111 COIHPCLIIIOII muh PLIIJIICHIOIIS hom x mmm ll llf, C olum Jl SCIIOIISIIC Pleas md the N'll1OI1il Schollsuc Pxess Xssocntlons lated lllls 1611 5 edmous ls lmonff the hunt ol Lhc school IJIIJLI5 111 the uilmn Hou 61 CI the hwhesr md num prucd comphmcm when tha P11361 ls the llllJIllI1l0llS ipploml lflolded the Oz mgc md Bild. hx us 5Ludc11L 161111615 1 . ' W xxx X XY! X A . , ...X x .-K-.... . b . 1, X.: x . .A Tl. t . V. - .1 xx. X 'xxxxh . J, , 1 ,, .Q R -. V - - I ,. . I . V if ' 'im' I r C9 ' 4 s 'i h Q Q -' i 5 -6- h is ' aff! 5 'v . ' A ' . 1' li. n ' 4 I fN-,,.: . X " Q- 5 ' f 1' ' ' 3: Rrz' :C LCC , . Null, K. Rch ', X. xflllllllll 1, S. S 'Ll . S. B lling' . NI, B l'.IlI'll1lI'l, rkl C' IL-11 I.. . Gill. ' 2' 2: KL. Bllllllfffl 1:11. K. Bl 110111. Cnrrcu, I., H ll' gcr. KI. C.li k. Y, Gohrcchl. li. lun mningcr. Il. Ca Illll, fl. Yul, R. liis- crx an . Ru' 3: S. H1llllllg1lH1l1L'l'. S. XXYRIYIILT, D. Yi: ,glix g, S. Sl 1 Her. DI, Shz 111". S. Dcamlm-Il. IS, Clulli cm. X. R' ' ll. . 'llclt S. Billill - . .z' ki: S. Brzmmlcr. A. Cilncihill, B. Dull, S. ,IITIILH NI, M1 I - . S. l'1u'r, S. ShnfT. ll ' . K , j. 1" 'f rl. C. 1 ' ' . z' A. Losg, j. H1 Tn, W. 1'-U1'lI1X'2lll. P. XVIIHIII. S. DlllL'l"I',1. B11 ll, I.. f1'uc, . "5lL'1A. limlilo - fl icf ., . 2 . I n-3 fc " 'Q A ' , . , NIA thzl . - lj' I:CZlllll" i1'lo1' ,,. . 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HQ1111111, NI Hollman S XX emu K Sllllllil X bl1dh1ll R u J L ones, H. SllOClll1ll4CI', R. Gearis, G. Gilbert, L. Friese, L. Leppo, 7 . . . . . O 7 Y . . , Red Cross Boys and glrls enrolled 1n un1or Red Cross throuffh elementary Jumor hlgh, and semor hlgh schools part1c1pate 1n commumty projects servmg many 1nst1tut1ons and pubhc SCYVICC act111t1es They make vast quantltres of comfort and recrea t1on 211 ucles for the armed forces and hospxtahzed veterans, and 1n many hospltals, ass1st 1n the pro grams of entertunment and recreauon for the SlCk or dlsabled servlcemen and veterans They foster better u11de1 standmg and good wlll between peo ples of other lands m the mterchange of corre spondence, albums, art, and recor ded muslc Glft boxes and chests of school supphes are sent to the youth of fore1gn countrles Amerlcan youth IS helped to develop leadershlp good c1t1zensh1p, and an IHICICSI 1n commumty servlce through volunteer 11 ork YN 1th the Red Cross S-f 1 I XX V7 Z1 1 ' R 1 1111111 11 C1 I1 J B011111g6 R11 ' 1 S11z111g111 X L 11 S611111111n C L.11man 101111111111 T 6 1110116 01 1116 11111 10 116 111616111611 111 116 11111 11 11 11 0116 M1111 11111 11101611 110111111 X1CXHI1C1CI'S T11116 ll 1111 C111v11 O11 111 1116 11111 6 1 6111111111 11111111 1116 10111 01 1 11 6 111 1 1 lb Ll 11111111 11111116 101 1111111 16111 ll 111 111 111111 111g11 11110111 11111116111111'1 ll 116111 111111 100111111 11111 ll 1111 10111111 111111 11111111 111111110115 :11111 61111 1111111161 111161 110111' 111111 1h6 5111111111111 11111 6:11116 1 111166101 11111 1111111111111 111611 11 1 061161111111 1 11151011 111 511111101 1111661611 1116 111116 11116 X11 CC15C1l11I1H 11111 11111 110 1116110111 611161161166 111 11111 l1llC111OI'1 11111 111 1011111111611 0161 1111111111611 IIICXIJLYICIICC by 1 111111111 1111111 111.11 1161111111111 116110116 11161 I1lC 11111 N11 C11111111111 0111 B1111111g61 llll 9111111111n 1111 81111111 1' rx Tzme Out For Gmger 151111111 1115 1 1 CL 1 L1 011 1 111 16111011 T116 111111111111 111111 111 1111 13111 11116 1111611 by 0111 13011111061 61111111 1116 100111111 1lCI1L11 A161116 L01s 11161 1111111111 11111111 11161 ud1 G11111 1110th6r to 110111 161161110111 111111111161 and 60111111611 11115 bandj T116 111111 01 1116 011111 1110 1111110111611 116r6 111.11611 by 501116 L66 R111611111116 :11111 S1111 Tr0116 O111611 111 1116 11111 11116 P11 5151110161 G60rg6 Lay 111111 1111 561111111111 11111 B111 10111111811 111111120 10 fu 1u16 56111015 11 1 L1 CIH get a good 601116dy 11 1 1110 11 1 1 h hw 1 s 611 0 0 1 2lUC1fO1 100111111 ll 1 .1 v 6 1111116 GX 11161166 T1r116 0111 bor G111g6r ,g-41' C? J 78 X Ira C,61161111:1n D1r66 or 111011 L11 0n61 1115 1 1111111 r1 111 JUNIORS THE REMARKABLE INCIDENT One of the most promlllent of the younger play YNI'IghIS Reglnlld Rose hls xsrltten many excel lent plays One ol them, The RC1l1llLilDlC In cldent At Calson Corners IS apt to become an all IIIIIC classlc The play mlde IIS debut on IClCXlS1OIl and was re scrlpted for the stave bx KIISIIH Servel Its lnost 'lmazlno and IIIIPOILTHI fC2lIILllCS 19 that ll reduces the pl oblems of lntlolls to a hloh school 'ludltorlum st we alld anfllwes tllem 111 the alleffor lcal SCIEIHQ ol 1 trlal for murder The unlqueness of the play IS that IS QIYCS the audlence sometlllnv mole to go home ultll than the IHCIHOIJ ol ll'lX1l1g had 1 flood and suspenselul tlme It sends them home Vllll an lcute 'NXWICIICSS of thc il1lTlLllllX that 5LlIIOllI1llS mms ClC'illllUS xslth llllll ll sends them home Xkllll 1 lCXlSCLl 0JJlIll0l'1 o the l'IlCilllllU oi 1I1JllSllCC ul IIIJUSLILC lll IIC example of thc pl IX that llmost OCKUIICLI hcmuse cel taln Clllldren ll ue PIICIHS uho mlslead them from Illell 1I1LllXlllll'll pttlls and lorced tllem to The Dlrectors confer CllClx G Laxman and Xlr Gelsellllan COl'lClLlllll Ol respect Vlllf lllfill' parents hue con demned Ml1ClllC1 the oblect of tllelr 'illLIlll0Il de SCIXC5 the 0111111011 Lllex h ue Ol not fzlffnil pl use IHUSI bc fllxell to 'Nh Gelselnlall fol the excellant Joh he Cllll Hllll the hu4e c ISI sopllo nlolcs llld JllIllOlS C0llllJlllCil ll totlled mole than f The dlfllcultx Mllll such 1 pl IN ls llllS ole ln XSlllCll lllSl1lJlClxS lud no SCCIICIJ ue the lule, IS lll L0OlCl1ll ltlng each clst IHCI1llJCl s lCl10IlS and molds so 'ls not to Lllblllpl the other 'Xlcmbels ac tlons Tl1lS was done 'tdmlrably Row 1 R Crowe R Leese I' Nlascnhelmer J Brads C' Claus r P I'IClllll'il'1 Baker ROZL '7 B Sl'llHl12lllgh 9 Penns well N Nllller P Brlllhart Sell NI ones 9 BVIIIIIIILI' Iiol Q 9 C lrrctt S Dutteler J Nletcalfe J School L Blum enthal B Doll A Roxer R XS dll0Il Legorc lx Lngcr P xIL15CIlllCllIlCI' J Berwsager W lsr? Msg l 4 4 il ,J XX - I a D .ll 1. I ,. . 2 . .U WD, .I I . L O - .1 I J. , D , . 1 . , . . .' . . . . . A' - ' 1' 'ii' 2 L' . 1,3 ' I Q M zz ' V' ally- Y T. N 'l . J 1 tzl' an l , ' " Y - Q Tgllfl gtal',1,,v51lltJ,'2f.'s,gt,f3lg.,la' , Q f.. ,4, - 4 . .gli wilt ,e Q bf! 1,1 , 'ogg' U "'15U,lo ' l 4' , Q . Q . . Q .lt ,Ag 3 f H13 Q 'ls l We .. 'J W 5 A , rx . 2 1 7 . 3 Q ' 1 1 - , 'l I All A s x L. f Q X - f . 4, .A I , .4 4 . ' 'Tx' , L . l A -- . ' ' Q T ' ' 3 to Assrstrng Mr Gerselmrn uere udy Glrck xsho uorked partrcularlw ssrth the luurorsj 'tnd George Laxmrn ruth the sophomores Both these sen rors hid hftd nruclr experrencc rn thertrrcal work belore clrrectrnv these crsts Both msts were extremely xsell chosen and per lor med ruth 'rpp1rent c rse There 'ne no 'tcturl lertl puts rn the umque plav but some ot the l'nHer puts rn the Junror crst were played by Drck Grote Strnlcy Dutterer Sharon Brrmmcr Fred Masenlrermer Norma SOPHOMORES AT CARSON CORNERS X DR XXI X I IC SCI Xl- IROXI Rl-Nl XRK XBI l- I Cl DLX1 Duc lcrglcr and jack Baker rn the foreground Mrller jrm Buds Clrude Clauser and ack Baker ss ho plaxecl the swme parts rn both casts For the sophomores rn those srme parts Ernest Kessler H endell Felrx B ubrra Hleas er lick Schulcr Susan I-Iollrnver 'Ihomas Bfrker and Date Zergler Because of the Inge cfrst m my members had to be omrttecl lrom the n rmcs gn en here Please consult the prctures lor the rest ol the cast 'lhe Incrdent prolmbly made more than one person stop 'tml ponder hrs purpose -Xt least we hope rt drd Itozr I Hamer H Roth I Nfdhrster L Lrplmm I Xiactlonald S Dearrlorif B Sponsellcr L Sterner Row 'P Lrtlle l Baker E Horles l Hawk D I rgler H Sprngler R Niarclno B Hauer Baker Ron 3 E Swsahs S Ho lmgcr H Felrx B Kopp l' Horles L Grote E kessler C Brown Schulcr v+"""f' lr, . . 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So xou xx mt to be a speakcx There L3 are mme dlfnCll1llCS to be Sl1lIl10llIllCll me IJCCOIIIIIIU 1 elkcl L 1 r mls lllll mule L0 mmong Xou must xg 'mod suns Ho umm me xou umm neu me Un us club helps to bl mg you ng nu ll not thc xx ole um I L su xx 1 s 111611113818 hue lun Lhe U'iI11lll hom cox rect iluullaurm LO Hl'llxIIlU spccchns ol thelr msn ulth stops 1I1 between lox lenvtllx QIINCUSSIOIIS xbout topxml nut ICIS X xux consruluuc 1110111 1111 or future SIJSILCTS Nhss Xlgngu .uldrpssxng the speakers m hu speech club ' b I I 66 'iixhl Dramatzcs Club The I,I1lH'1l1CS Club ls thc school or Q?lI'llllllOI1 thit does mom 10 dcxelop .1 cumon 01 1116 Ihuln 111 nu 5 1116 mums ol Lhul extemuc IJIOUIAITI, the club mcmbers cluelup 1 Lnmsledffe oi theme tedmlquc nuke up pl us md NXNIIU lts I sl Our m ULIIC Mmcoxcx thc drimiucs suppllu most ol 1116 ILIOIAS who appear ln hwh school plays Ron 1 I3 Sponscller I lllumcnthxl B Thrush 'fu ss Coifm NU 11 s Doll S BVIIIIII Somers rhmr xurnu ' Roxnr R01 J rllwllllllgll' Cir ut S Ralxnxtun 5 'Irons I Rohrlnush X Sung C Blumcnlm Rudmll ll 1 L Crm xml H Ll R lmxm u nm ID bl msyllu Br nl C gmlm nn "T Q- Press Club The hlgh school nusslnper the O1 mga and Blick m 1111161 10 tram SOPIIOITIOICS m the XXOILIIIUS ol thc nous 161 U club 10 161111 x 5 Jre s 1 mu m If 11011 Xn us nd SNNICIII h IS 116611 nwul incl sopl 01110115 IIC imu L xsllll 1L llus alum t 11161 mu umlustmd whit I 151 do 10 16 ehgmle tm tha .maid They .ue told about the ICSIDOIISIIJIIIUCS 01 .1 newspaper ICPOIICI, high school OI othuuxsc, and .ne genemllx .nxslsled ln .ldlllSllIlQ 10 the Mllllllg LIQIIIJIILIS oi the 01.11130 .md Iihuk Xt prus dub Hr Gruxer gnmq IIILXIIIJLIS aug gallons fox .1 good nhool IlL.USIJiPLI ' R ' m , - 'Q-fff' 9! 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' ' . . .' 5,. , 1.- 11111 ', has OYSZIIIIICLI il ' z ' the wl1 'f :md wllercfc of mhe , I ll'-11 ' . A 1 'z' :J :mn hx , . 3 1 1 ' 1 'har- . , ' izcl " ' by 111621118 oi' l so L , tha I' 1 I' '2 1 ' K hey nu: ' l "'l ' X' ' '. Chess Club The great game of chess that has de hghted mllllons lor wcars and IS the staple lale of the group who compose lhlS club Besltles poker and brxdge there ns no more popular lndoor game than chess Not only do SCICHIISIS play the game but lactory laborers garage men and people from all xsalks of llfe loxe tlus mtellectuxl 11LlXCllllllC If you crave lood for thouffht and rmavxnatxon, chess IS the game' Two juns Frey and Bucklcx look xntently at a possthle move Q.. Music A ppreczatzon C u The three Bs Bach Beethoven an Brahms are coupled wrth three other letters M AC the BILISIC Xppreclatxon Club-and the product 15 an mcreased knowledge and enjoyment of the great classlcs of muslc To know the great muslc IS to love ll and these club mem bers emerge from thexr meetmgs mth both necessary factors If It 15 true that you should never trust a man who IS not moved by the concord of sweet sounds then these people are among the most trustworthy at E H S I1r1y Niytrs Noxnn Nlxller Shrrlcx Nhller and limes Berwagcr count the grooves of a new L Z is "' JJ ,lr Bridge C lub Other than poker brldge IS the most popular ot the card gunes xn Amerxca In fact brxdfre IS the second most popu lu lndoor gtme lll our country Thous ands play the flame 1nd lf IS the most 5OCllllX lcceptcd ol 'ill card games be cluse lt rs 1 COIl1lJ1IlilIlOIl of skill ant concentratlon that produces the best pl vers lll tlus sport However one may talk and play It the suue tune and st1 not lose the tlucad ol the plays or these 'mtl other re lsons 1t IS lmportant for one to know the gune and th1s club supphes the opportumty to learn If Nir Brubaker and a few of the glrls play a rubber Boys' Athletic Club The Boys' Athletic Club at E. H. S. is one of the many groups which empha- sizes the individual, as well as group re- sponsrbrlrtv There are more than just a few advantages to be garned by a srtu atlon ol thrs krnd but for lack of space as they sav here are just a few of them health benefits educatronal benefits so clal adjustment and recreatlonal values XVHFRE IS IT Lookmg for xt are L Zum brum D Becker B Porst J Bcmrller 'X ,ap Archery Club Great skrll rs reqtured for tlrrs sport combmed wrth a perceptrxe eye and quxck reflexes Some say that nore abrl rty IS needed for archery than for shoot mg because the r1n0e IS much more llmrted Nhns archers feel that rt IS closer to true sport to hunt with a bow and arrows than wrth a gun because the hunt IS more thrrllmg Thrs club de xelops the skrll of the partrcrpants rn the art of archery not only so thex can hunt but so that they can learn to thrnk fast PRXCIICE SFSSION J Hamer 'Sir Leese Yrnglrng D Gordon B Noel G zrls Athlettc Club Thrs one 19 strrctly lor the grrlsl The athletrcally mrnded ol the gentler sex has IIS own club for the enjoyment ot sports They drscuss sports but more rm portant they play them All the rntra mural grrls sports fall ln thelr repertory as well as somethrng extra specrfrl they bowl If E H S ever products champron bowlers they wrll probrbly come lrom th1s group headed by lane Oyler All we can say IS more power to them' ow I I Po Orff S Y L F0 Gobrecht j Colehoust Ron 7 Nlrssj Oyler Lhrhart V Rrcharts S Sandtrson B Bala Inn B Hoffnkcr '--.N -Q-Q is fm s x 5 xx 'X G ymnastzcs Club Fnm minds function best when ac companled by bodies just as sound and firm too It IS the united effolt of all the athletic clubs of In H S to 'tclnewe this goal that ex ery student may grad uate from here haung had every pos sible opportunity to develop himself academically athletically as well as ex tracurricularlv -Xll these three are coin bined with the Gymnastics Club Glenn Fuhrman flvs in the air with the greatest of ease. mg and Fishing Club For those of the student body who loxe the outdoors the sight of a silxery fish in the net or on the hook 1 deer in the sights of 1 hefty H mchester the Silllly ol the rabbit before the oncoming buckshot the otter shthermg through the creek inter in search of food for those who like these here is the club Because huntinfr and fishing together account lor the laworite pastime ol some 60' of the male population it is im port mt to know the necessary details of these great arts This fine club provides that knowledge R Hilton 'NI Crawford F ones Peescr B Ross R Ruhllnan Dancing Club For those girls in the student body who want to do more kinds of dancing than the rock and roll mambo, this club supplies the missing information: such as form, posture, stance, etc. Perhaps those girls who most excel at this sort of thing will be the television and ballet stars of tomorrow. Ron' I: -I. Charmbury, B. Crooks, K. Ensininger, N. I-Insminger. Row 2: N. Ingram, P. Klepper, S. Sowers, S. Kinuney, C. Leese, S. WVeaver, B. Cline, li. Flickinger, j. Fidler. Row 3: B. Spon- seller, P. Bollinger, N. Wagner, R. Bream, j. Saltzgiver, B. Sponseller, J. Shock, G. Stawski, II. Jennings, A. Sowers, E. Strausbaugh. Future H omemakers o Amertca The purpose of the F H A is to create maintain and extend through out thc whole school and community h10h standards of Christian hung and enterprise 'lherr numerous act1v1t1es which loster thrs object are bake sales peanut roasts parties and the Annual Banquet. Row 1: Miss M. Zeigler P. Riegle NI. Hahn, S. Sanderson L. Trone S. Sowers, IZ. Stratishauglr Rutters. R 't 2: X. Luckenh'rugh KI. .' C. Stawski Siltgiver NI. Meisenhelter . Meisenhelter B. Laughman N. Mentz L. Shaffer. C ooktng Club This club was organized for the pur pose ol providing experiences for those girls not 1n the home economics course with the mysteries of good cooking baking brorhnfr frying and boiling among others The club has been very successlul and probably twill continue to be so lor the remainder of the time it IS amonff the other clubs 'tt EHS In some lllllllt ye ir ts hen the misses of this club will be addressed as Mis they may thank the ll lucky stars they were taught how to prepare that fatelul Hist meal 1n the Cookmcr Club WDP 3 :E 7.- :JG :CF O N we Y-4 in r-vb? OD ""m f-'U FN me SH S-"1 Em UQFN 02 EPD U? O E U! if L W HW an 'fit rv-vena-If Q Jn ! 1 . t If .. Typtng Club The Typing Club was organized so that non-commercials could gain an education in the art of typing. This knowledge is especially valuable to those acatlemics who will go on to college be- cause manv of the teachers in college re- quire th'it work of many sorts be type- written and not handwritten. In addi- tion to the academics anyone can profit immeasurablx by learning to type be- cause more and more it is becoming un- acceptable in the business world to write 'invthinsg by hand whether the letter be '1 request for employment or merely 'in inquiry about some product. In wiew: Phil Winand Rose Eiserman Nordy Bowman, Alan Bomersox Mr. Streightilf and jeune Rohrbaugh-all typing madly away. Future Teachers o America The purpose of the F T A rs to ac quamt lndxvrduals who lntend to make teachmg thexr career wlth the drfhcul tres they may meet ID teachlng The members of the club also devote much of therr tune to plactlce teachlng At one t1me durmg the year the members went to one of the schools 1n a nearby tounshrp a consohdated school and obseryed the teachxng as practlced there Seyeral of the members of the club ac tually taught classes or assrsted rn the teachmg of them C1rla lost 'Ire'ts Some lee Rtbtnstlne Pres S ua laslu lllst md hxlllllllll Formyvllt Sec croud .uound the desk of faculty aduser Xhss Xlyers Ltbrary Club The purpose of thxs club 15 to faml l1ar1ze lnterested students yuth the work tngs of the modern hbrary ruth part1 cular emphasxs upon arrangement of the books by the Deysey Deennal System and the handhng of books rn gxung them out and 1n leturmng them Also the students learn hon to prepare books for the shelves Ron I G Hagaman R Nioul Sterner S Morley D Ness S Harrell R Helndel Prrce Rot 7 L Strausbaugh NI Lucltenbaugh ydtr 'tr ln I es A Rrce urtr S Cramer Nltss Walker R u 3 Nrckey Cantz L Lapham I Meayer D Gnbbons H Campbell NI Frantz J Nloysrcr B Neayer xx Biology Club For those fascmated wxth the creatures around us four selves lncludedj lhlS club offers much chance to examme carefully the plan of thmgs IH the earth The plants and ammals of the world me l1ve problem and tl1e carelul study of them offers an lfldlhlfllldl the oppo1tun1ty for a better understandxng ol nature and vxhat 1t entuls Flhc Broloey Club IS part1cul'1rly unportant 'ts a duect sup plement to the study ol blology but for anyone ll offers great lCXNZ11'LlS Club members hsttnmq to Leroy Yrrese Charr man for the PLI'lOtl explatnmg problems yolyed ln the produttlon of mrlk f a . . . . .. ' I , 'J . - v - . V , L - ' , 3' Q- V I . L... I . . L , ' ' -Q All J - ' 1 , ,, v... 'q.', ' .,.Ag. ' . .1 ' ' , .3 -' . ,- ry'l' 3 f I .5 2 ' ' '. , O Q . , . in are complex as any lll2illlClIl2lllClZiI'l'S M L . . L ' . 9 ' 6. L I L Q ' . I L , , ',L'."A -'ine 0 be . l . 1, ' , . L I I .yy ,J. NI. Sny -, S. NI. t' . G. 'C cr, A . ' , BI. K ,, , , , ' ' . o' : S. - j. L , . , '. ' ' , . 71 I The Metal Club, at the beginning of the year was separate from the Art Clubg but, since the two clubs worked togeth- er for the larger part of the year, diey are grouped togethen TTIe purpose of thh dub B umteadiindhiduah how um be proficient in making things, particu- larly creations of art. Coupled with this is the ideal of having the club members appreciate fine art. This Club is a good exannie of hou'rnuch culune can be gained, as IveH as prohcicncy at things mechanical from tlIe high school extra- curricular program The girls file down their works of art to a smooth edge Art and Metal Working Club ALMA M ATER ARCHLRY CLUB ART S. IAILTAL WORKING CLUB BAND B ASRLT B ALL jv SCORES v XRSITY SCoRES BIOLOGX CLUB BOHS AIHLEIIC CLUB BRIDGE CLUB CHELRI EADLRS CHESS CLUB CHORLS COAIAITRCIAL DEPARTMENT CONTENTS Cooiuxo CLUB DRAAIATICS CLUB LNGLISH DEP XRTMENT FOOTBALL J v SCORES VARSIT Y SCORES FOREIGN LANGU ACE DLPARTAIEAIT FOREXVORD FU PURE TEACHERS or AAIERICA GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB CUIIJ XNCE GYNINI AS rICs CLUB HEALTH DEP XRTMENT HI I HUNTING R FISHING CLUB INTTR AAIURALS JUNIORS CLASS HISTORY INDEX I IRR ARI LIBR XRY CLUB NI KJORL r rEs xi A I H1 AI XTICS DEBART NIENT XIUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB XORNIR ST ATF ORANGE El BLACK oRCHEs TRA PHISICAL EDUCATIONI DEP-XRTNIENIT PL AI S 3 JLNIOR SENIOR SOPHONIORE PRESS CLUB PRINCIP XL S MESS AGE SCHOOL INURSE SCIEYCE DEPARTMENT SENIORS CL XSS HISTORY SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTNIEWT SOPHONIORES CL-XSS HISTORY SPEECH CLUB STUDENIT COUNCIL SUPERINITEYDENITS MESSAGE TEACHERS FU TLRE HONIEM XKERS OF AMERICA TYPINIG CLUB VOC XTIOXI XL DEP XRTMENT IVRESTLING SCORES Y TEENS 72 Produced by H G ROEBUCK 81 SON INC BALTIMORE MD 45 - , . 1' K ' iN I ll. 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