Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)

 - Class of 1957

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The Story of I957 Bggins 2 ig A . , s vngq 4 16 l10I'Illl' QCAQKAQPQQP 3400! .JJ ver, penndggfania 2 gm ,198 sill' ....-pf' x ' NYU .41-"""' v'7"" O 6 '1sn-Qu-- H 'Mw- Table of Contents Faculty , , 4-13 Activities 14-43 Uuderclassmen 44-53 Seniors 54-80 3 1li'jl Q FACULTY FK N D A D If 9 , I A Rowl Dr Chauncey Alcott Dr Ralph Bittinger H Vemon Ferster James Wilmer W Edward Sheely Superintendent Row 2 Kenneth Leister President Henry Bollinger Secretary E E Riddle Ralph Gobrecht The Binders of Uur Book Superintendent s Message For many years the seniors of our school have had as one of their mayor projects the preparation and publication of a yearbook Thls class is no exception and the 1957 Nornlr is the result of your efforts You must and should be proud of this book which IS evidence of much thought and of many hours of work on the part of the staff As a class you should share the proud feeling of your selected stall since without the efforts of many this book could not have been pub lished My hope is that the experiences you have had in this effort will prove of value to each of you in future effort when you leave our school W EDWARD SHEELY Principal s Message To the Class Officers the Editor In Chief of the Nornlr and the re mamder of the staff I wish to extend my congratulations for the fine yearbook you have produced I have observed the staff rather closely this year and I know that you have put in a lot of work which required many hours of after school time. I believe that all of you have been repaid for your work by the thrill that comes from a job well done. I am sure this accomplishment will be a great source of satisfaction to you in the future years whenever you have occasion to open the pages of your "Nornir,'. RAY W. GRAY 6 'Yi 'NI1 s Cf-rtrude V Walker the srhools Nrs Slothour Nlr Q ax capable sm librarian and Library Club adviser 1 retary The Keepers of the Shelves Our Ch001 Janllfesi MTS bww' 'Vlr Raubenstme one of Exchelberger xndu trlou janitor A typical scene ofthe daily preparation ln the cafeteria 7 K a l l . , - 11.5. .' . 1 . Ir jk - : always willing to aid students in their , S 'A - .. '. ' 's' sAs"s Louella 5 Baum ardner S Englzsh Rlchard A Brubaker Englzsh Jennie NI Tome Engllsh English Department Parables Parodles and Parahpses Sarah R Diehl Englnsh NN.- Q X I 'V il Qlofdbx NX Mary L Menges English ,,.H Steve Padjen American Hzstorr World Goof. raphy Social Studies l Ira L Celselman ll M Pearl Blettner World History l gil Erle K Dlehl Problems of Democracy ,X Richard L McCool Problems of Democraq, World H.st0ry, Consumer Eduratzon American Hlstory Students usmg the l1brary's faulmes for research m hlstory all ,,, ll., , Cn, ff-- .f l A--BO ls' ' 2 Bl gil .gil -.:,,.. Albert L. Klmger Biolvgy, General Science Holman z Leese Gladys I Hamm Plane and Sohd Geometn Trigonometry Prartzcal Math Physics General Chemza 2 Fred 0 Kr t A Algebra Shui? Hath Gerald M Wenz Chemzstry M5343 Science Lloyd H Kemp ,Q Biology Robert D Overly Industnul Arts dh. Mm-1 Commercial Home Economzcs E Jane Oyler 0 we Practzce Stenogra P7 Calvm I Stott Industrzal Arts John H Paul Bookkeeping Business Math Vocational AJ Wllson A Strexghtlff Typmg funwr Business Tramzng "" I I I . 1 4 f - 43 4 at f I 'm ' , L H. . Q I V h 3' . ' . A A r .fy"M , Ax , ji - . W ,X I O '. 5 W X I . ' . l . . i -fa l. as, 5-wx: NN.,- Harold L Reese Boys Health and Phxszral Educatwn if Health an A leabon ln Spanish dlctauou Ehzabeth B Bucher Girls Health and Phmzral Fduratzon Foreign Languages Y H Ehzabeth Spangler BCHIHCC NI 'Nlyer Harold S Gruver School Nurse French Latm Englzah French Spanish 12 WMU QU H 311 Fw.. 'Nlr Weru and Dan Weber dxscu Dans future- r Iorm hqlp NllC1ld to finc .1 Ifno rauw Jeb for nut var X.. -'LN Z,-N ' 13 DO K , . 'f ,,..f :ser-"f Q, 2 4 .. f M , 'f' x - - - . ' 1' 'ill -4 1 - ak i X A W . p , 51 Hn W., ,, h gl- N , . q b 5 4 fl it . i , -I i X YA . 4 4 R , Q5 ri, Q-F' U - , wx . 4 L. J . . ' '. ' ' ' ss 'Q . I w." 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'X I I5 N XM XXX 'T 1' LJ AWLW M Rou 1 N Brammer 5 bhafer j Nholl L Blumenthal ,I Shafer P Brlllhart J Nell N Baumpardner Nl Frantz Ron 2 B Stambaugh C Becker N Miller A Shaffer J Ferstel E Zelesnlck B 1 oukfr NI Knott 'N Fm t Row .3 A Royer J 'Nlet ca e B Doll N Kessler C Shaw A Spangler A Gladhlll B Let ter NI llmm ter R ll 4 WPT er D Yin l D Ebaugh S Riddle B Porst ,I 'Nlartm K Unger B Nlenchey CJR IR Lach year members of Lhe Semor Class put out a yearbook called the Normr Thls yearbook contarns lnformatxon concermng the Faculty and Admlnlstratlon Underclassmen Ac,t1v1 thx book mterestmg by uslng wrlte ups and plctures of the varlous actlyltres ln whlch we are most ln terested Before the actual work on the Normr beglns we conduct a sales campalgn ln order to obtam enough NURNIR EDITORQ u l B um L r 1tor H Lee e A V1 er Sha er Edltor 9 Dlehl Ad u er P Brrllhart Bu 1ne 'llanager .l Sell Busmess Van a er IL 2 4 t Sports Edrtor 5 Brammer Pub l1c1ty Eduor B Stambaugh, Typlst 'Nl Frantz, Senlor Edl tor J Sholl Feature Edxtor S Shafer Art Edrtor L Blumen thal Glrls Sports Edltor money to pay for tts pubhcatton Thls year our sales campalgn was a tremendous success and we had more money then was needed for the prlntrng Thls extra money was used to help pax for names on the semors Much must be done tn order to produce a yearbook and one goal IS always before us meet the deadline But as you can see we made lt and we hope you enjoy the 1951 lNorn1r as much as we enjoyed lts pubhcatlon --- MN fa' xt xt .K N yt-.xxxttxxx 4 t X x Q X V. 4, x X x X x xyxx' l C Q , - t M . ' V A , 2' 'sl gr. ' 2 1. 1 U: g -QM t . A l 1 . A Q , t . x 1 Y' . - J - i V, . NN: , 4 i 4 , ' be f "N ' v e X5 V, .V 1 , ,I ,. ,.'.,..' ,, '.. -'..l V A lf,. ,, ,, ,, ,, 's. ..1s. os :N ,n.. gxng.. 1 I A V A, . V . V ' H l e v l l l' ,Q F ' ' ' .V ' ' N . el ties, and Seniors. The Nornir staff has tried to make yearbooks. .S . H . V . V . V L . . l . . . , V .. y , . 7 . . , , yi y Sl VYVS? f , V VI , V 's A gl l I Y i Y . v-.3 .,,,,, l',k , 1 .' 43- V . " "rf-rf II . V ,M A U 'VN' - ' - . M I . V 2' 4, t R01 : F. a garlne, Asst. Ed' g . 's..d"S3.l. f , , I. - W 'S . , S 55 ,Vw , Q' . - " S2 " f J 'gr-. R0 ' ': VV. Ptis, Boyds V . . fs Y ' 9 - K . V ' ' . .V l 1 7 ' ' Q Z - y V Q - -...,,,,,,4-if ' A .V , 1 I - I6 VIII!! OPFICFRS 5 Brown Tru a N Banmgardne r Nc F Diehl Adu er R Lrou er l T1 U Rodman V Pre STLIDE T COUNCIL The Elchelberger btudent Councll was founded ln 1933 The Councll IS composed of one student from each homeroom two at large from each class, and the faculty advlser Mr Dlehl The members meet every Frlday mornlng to try to work out any dlffer ences between the faculty and the students and answer the questxons posed by any act1v1t1es The homeroom representatlve reports all the eounclls actlvrtles to member may express h1s news through the home room represenlatlve or by attendmg a Student Coun cxl meetln The Student Councll feels that educatlon should be left to the teachers but that the soclal field IS Wlde open The Councll has entered wholeheartedly mto thls field Some of the Councll s events lnclude dances assembly programs and faculty teas The Councll also puts out a Student Dxrectory for the convenlence of the student body The two most 1IHpO!'l3I1t SCFVICCS of the Loum ll ne the condurtm of the eneral school Leaf to the semor boy and glrl most outstandlng m servlce scholarshlp leadershxp and character Rowl 5. Rice E. Wlsensale J Kump B Warner N Anthony N lx: ler N lim J Nlerner 'N Yartman Hou 2 K Unger an um n ll ir ll l'rx B Baker ,I Shafer L Grove M Fers er L ' . ' s.: - . i f X .1 .. ' , "s g . ' I . lk iiswy V x R r 2 ' . . ' ., I , . . . , I - ', , s n I , ', Z . h ' , gl g the homeroom students. Every student and faculty elections and the Campus Day Award of the Oak n q gt. V l.. llarm' . l,. SI ly. R. llream. ll. Ti gling. . I uve. . N . , . f , . ,, . t . 17 i Rvwl D H635-lv .l 5I0l'IlE'r 5 blpf' N Llttle Nl Hoffman 'VI Sulhvan 'NI Chromster H Crawford F Hostetter Row 2 owrer J lN 1 Rown W ter T ru avs Ntuaar ' 'Nur R011 3 P 'Nlarquet N entz P Brown N Bohn N Barnhart 'S Nlarkle B Lelster Nl XM l J R111 1 R u 1 li Ntzrne Nwnsher Leese J Hutton Nl Caler D Knott D Walker L Frlese RED CROSS CCUNCIL The Junlor Red Cross Councll at Elchelberger undertakes many worthy projects each year Among these are clothlng drlves preparlng albums glft boxes and maklng hospital favors To begm IIS work the Junlor Red Cross Councll has a membershlp drlve Each homeroom representa tive keeps a count of the members ln h1S or her homeroom and plate tuker on tllelf coor when the homeroom acqulres 1009? membership The Councll also presents an assembly program ln whlch the work of the Red Cross Councll IS explamed to the student body Everyone ls encouraged to ald m many projects which are done to help other people less fortunate than we throughout the world The excellent work of thls Councll IS made pOSSlblC by the very capable leadershlp of Mlss Pearl Blettner along wlth the cooperatron and teamwork of the student body OFFICERS R Leese Pres P Blettner Xduer J Hutton VPres M Hoffman Sec ' lv.. 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A ' ' I8 XXX X u 1 1 e on S x o o c g lln N irammsr 'Nl l' 1 l lull: on H lamp 1 a mr atthcw u utl fa e 1 an P t tt tar D Yun In S Werner P Bflllllal' Rtuhart E Markle S Rock lx Rebtrt D Deardorfl' Row 3 ll Roth l Brown S Markle N Deardorff J 'Nlftcalfe A blad 'N CIIODI tmr 'N Wuds P Warner ll lhru h J Becker Ron 4 IN Vla ner B Walter J 'Nlcljonald 5 Hollmger 5 Spun eller B Attlf-sherg.er 'V Clark D 'NICK ool T Romer D Knott B 1 tl Vt trulxh D Lxe ler Rau 5 -K Rlce J Mow lttln la cr Du erfr Pol t 'Nlar ORANGE' Approximately fifty years ago the Orange and Black the ofhclal publlcatlon of P ll N made 1ts debut as the voxce of the high school the records of lts OPIHIOHQ actlutles and personalltles bmce then each QUCCCNQIVC edltorlal and buslness staff has strnen dlllgently to lmproxe the coverage of the events whnch occur concerning any of the students at E H Q ln accord Wllll Llllg lI'aClltl0I'l the staffs of the 195651 Orange and Black have publlshed seven IGSUCQ Elled wlth the news of lmportant events of the school day of the past tear and wxth samples of llterarw efforts of the students The goal of the news stall was to report accurately and lnterestlnglv all xn B Nlenchex ll lowe Er BLACK lldppelllllkw great or small lt ls the slncere hope of thls staff that thlg wears IGSUCQ of The Orange and Black w1ll serxe as a ource for future reference materxal about the school The 1956 ox staff IS xery proud of the hlgh honors which the Orange and Black recened as lt was placed m competltlon wlth other papers throughout the country Both the Columlna Scholastic Press and the Natlonal Scholastlc Press Assoclatlons rated this years edltlons as among the finest 1n the natxon Howexer the hlghest and most prized compliment gnen the paper IQ the unammous approval of lts student readers lllll S ll l v lrau ana 1 rux Nl I l' N 1.1 er a e um 1 nu U H f 5 'ff ""1'xX , .. . X XX Xxffj. . , 5 V gf- Q ' '. 'P .1 W ' -" Q2-' 'I ' ' il' P P . 0 ' . y Ro ' : J. 'Nl'll-r. S. Auth y. S. .'to'er. P. M untj y, J. M'Lau h' . l ' - , , . 'f-rster. l,. Trfne, 3. I 's . . f lm-ll, J. W g -LB. M' fvs. Ro Mg: S. Sh l'.. S. Fl' gl . P. Sully . . llos 1' 1-r, L. 1' rett. . U gl 'ng. "1 , . ' t. li. hilI..I.',l" '.' I U If ' ' f S . '...f I.. ..li."'.l '.:..',. Ter, S. li' ' ger. D. Miller. B. 3 lv . F. tt '. li. 's , J. . ' , . . ' . l ' . s , ' 1 ' bs ' . : , 's t ' " t ' f . 'P ' ' ' ' f ' 'Oli' Ro v 1 ll. D4 ll. Feature' lfditor: S. " lllgLlI'llllt'l-'. llllwlllrfss Nl' 'gufz ll. tl' er. .-Ml 'st-r: X. Keess er. Itlitorg S, fl 'f .Xl'k -- I lf litor. K ' LZ: li. lmister. l'lXt'lIllI1g1t' lfwlit r: K. l ugvr. 51 1 I- lfllit-wrg J. Flllll'!'l'. Net s lfflitor. l9 - Rowl S Werner L Shaffer S Brammer N Ernst N Grove Nl fh on tr ,I Nell ll fouker Row 2 X Shaffer S Nnku .l Sholl NI Frantz P Brlllhart B Stambaugh J Niettalfe Row3 S Creenholtz A Spangler S Myers D Markle K Reber! S Pennewlll M Knott ,I Cantz J Wlldasm Rzrw4 L Blumenthal M Sxdenstrxcker N 'Nhller S Shafer ,I Ferster C Becker B Doll J Shafer N lr: a T ln r llarlnara tt e 1 r me nr x e Snlann 1 1 Sen rs larx Tn- xear a u ual the X leens had a xerx actlxe program In preparahon for the year some of the X Teens attended the YTeen Summer Conference at -Xlbrlght College Then before school started the an nual settmg up conference w as held at Sterner s Pond rt Xklllill tnne the tear program was planned As soon as school he an a drne to collect a n11le of penmes was taxted The purpose of the dune was to ralse monex for serwlce projects The cllmax of the drne was the crowmng of Countess Pennv The mam erxlce project for the X631 was the Vltl ll U Tl N110 Xllll 1 hflfeall N if Drlllqll Y-TEENS Y Teen Goals To grow as a person grow m frxendshlp wlth people of all races rellglons and natlonalltles To grow ln the knowledge and love of God 'VIanx happy hours were spent makxng and paekmg artlcles to be shlpped to Knn After a few meetmgs m the Y Challenge lN1ght wlth the H1Y and a World Fellowshlp Serx 1ce the glrls collected artlcles for an auctlon by the truck or treat method and VlSltCd the orphanage and the old folks home In February, some of the YTeens attended the Wild wlnter Conference ln Lancaster whlle others planned for the Youth Rallx the Fashlon Show and the Lenten Seruces held exerx Wedensdav morning at the Y y ?' 57 , T 5 ea 4, S K . Q - ' , r V 5 T- V - , W- , - . . .A . I r 13 -r. ..' . . Q . N zz " 1. ' ' ' . 2. To ' ' ' . ' ' Y-'l'lil'fN Ul"FltIlQR.': -Xnl -' Rive. reasl ' 1 ' ' ' AX l s- lr- gn-r. Yi:-f--Pr:-sil'r1t1 Na Kesslvr. Pr -ixlvntg .' 3 1- fa 'l arizls. .' ' -' -. 1. I - W 5 T V ' - . .L 'sa A- , L v Y g Q 4 - , .. ' 9 . I ,, ' S ' ' . '. ' V Q Y .5 U Q. . M . L . - . . , . V Y TT a vw TT Tv. 'N v ". , n arltl 'mr f Kit li HA . z T . I z 1 l. . 6' H, I v 20 Rau 1 B Black K Qpangler T Sell C Ymglmg ,I Schuler D Knott J Berwager Row 2 T Becker P Berkheimer ,l Brady R Gearls D Jackson E Kessler B Krout Row 3 E Allewelt D Ziegler J Baker G Bowser E Swaby D Irons L Harman HY Purpose To create malntam and extend throughout the home school and community hlgh standards of Chrlstxan character Platform Clean speech clean sportsmanshlp clean schol arshxp and clean llVlIlg The Hanover Senlor H1 Y opened ship on Septem ber 12 1956 Followlng a three week memhershlp drlve new members were lnducted Under Presldent Cromer s leadershlp, and through the untlrlng efforts of our esteemed advlsers Mr Harold Wentz and Mr Wllllam Blttlnger we were glllded through many meetmgs varlous fun filled soclal events and several club projects The Chrlstmas Dance hlghllghted our program of soclal actlvlhes The projects on which DS. 1 ER .Seated ,lark Baker Nm Ire ll I Raymond Cromer Pre lclent btanduzg Bull Pm t Necrctary Duck C rme Trea nru' we focused most of our efforts were the Halloween Dance and our concesslon stand at the Halloween Parade Much tlme and energy of our members went mto the plannmg of the annual programs for the Youth Rally and Senlor Nlght The alms of the H1 Y as set forth ln the Purpose and Platform will surely mfluence the l1ves of each member 1n the future l , . . ' ' ' . ' . . . . e . . . . . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . . Z . , . , . , . , . , . . L . C' 1' P 0 K P A L o '1 'G . . W Q w , 9 ' 7 ,, N' 9 9 1 D i f V '-A x ' Q 3 1 L I , . I , 4. ' . .U-'W' 0 -1 V, ' ., ' I 5 , warm - - ' : ' - , 3 sl:-n : ', ' . s' , ' ' : - L ,V S ,- v 1 ' , . 9 ' - . , . . . ' ' . , . - ' ' , . .- . . . . , , - , . . . Row 1: P. Clark, J. Hedges, P. Scholl. Miss Walker, B. Weaver. H. Campbell. J. Nlmsr:-r. Ni. Frantz. Row 2: J. Dickensheets. P. Weaver. S. Wherley, R. Heinclel, L. Lapham. S. Warner, S. Nil-key. ,l, llantz. Ron 3: li. Rr-ln-rt. 5. llarrell. fl. Rive. l'l. Abendschein. S. Reck. R. Becker. J. Price. M. Kurtz. T. Rouzer. P. Fischel. ' ' " A f ' Llbrar Assistants if ..-J t Z 5 I FH. . Thespians Row 1: C. Leathery. D. Wagner. R. Myers, j. Fplf-y. P, Reigle. N. Ruby. Rau' 2: C. Stawski. B. Cline, E. Flickinger. L. Trone. Mrs. Snyder. Row 3: P. Nlarquet. C. Deatriclc. P. Laughman, S. Wagner. Row 1: L. Stemer. L. Grove, L. Blumenthal. A. Royer. N. Miller, S. Hnllingf-r. J. McDonald. Row 2: L. Lapham, J. Berwager, R. Leese. P. Masenheimer. B. Doll. B. Thrush. J. Metcalfe. Row 3: J. Brady. B. Krout, E. Hawk, E. Kessler, R. Nlarchio. J. Little. T. Baker. 'M 4 ' f ,Qi I I i S 5 if 4 Q . 5 Y 9 j? , ll A i 6 5 ,ft ' jf ei 1 A h 1 1 , 1 4 ff! K. Remember When . . . . the Orange 8. Black party tlf-ft! presented the-se talented dancers. and the Eichelberger party tbelowl gave a farmer's view of politics? XY' . . . Dick Grove found "Love is Strange" the record of Iilx- w'v':'k'f . . . Clara Shaw taught us to say "Hello" in japanese? , . . the Sophomores kept ue in suspense over the Mystery Box, which really contained a Papermate Pen? JANUARY THAW O- .B mg, elq X 1 5111 I Xla cnhe mn r What happens when a modern famlly and an old fashloned famlly find themselxes hung ln the same house? January Thaw the dellghtful comedy put on by the Semor Class posed just lh1S problem The Gage famlly Marge Herbert Barbara barah, and Paula seek peace IU an old farm house ln Con nectlcut There, Marge remodels coffee grlnders 1nto lamps whxle Herbert IFISS to wrlte a best seller novel m a blltz of lnterruptlons mstead of that country qulet he sought In the confuslon he practlcally lg nores the arrlsal of Jonathan, Matllda, and Matt who have the rlght to hve ln the Gage house No one had worrxed about that clause IH the deed, SIHCC the Rockwoods were supposed to be dead A contest for posse slon begms w1th nelther able to turn the other out Then the flreworks lJCglI1 Jonathan stakes a cow on the front lawn and then plans to hold a funeral IH the llvlng room Barbara leaves wlth Xlatt to help dellxer Mrs Gorleys baby and George Barbaras flance thlnks she has eloped To top lll1I'lgQ off a bllzzard clamps down and Marge has forgotten to buy food The only thlngs they have to eat are cornflakes molasses and ollves Howexer the Rocltwoods are well supplled and the Gage famlls IS qulte happy to desert Herbert for the Rock woods warmth and food The sltuatlon looks llke a complete dlsastcr but Barbara returns to be reumted wlth George the tontest ends and xll IC happllx md lntelllgentlx solxed lllreator Nlr fflf'll11HIl and student Cl1TPlll'F Lynda Blumenthal L., 3 as 7 as C' '. 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'7- 24 ,-AGYQQ But we had to brm, them m therefi a lndrxi out Breakfait' W re' not ton hun rx I a R you ww ini If boodnxght Xlattx bm swef-t dream C9 Rowl N Kesler E bhearer S Jacobs Row 2 5 'Nhchael 'Nl Fer ter A 'Nlaller E Howell 'Nl Nlalfarland B Burn P Swartz Row 3 ,I bchuler L Lapham J Baker B Couker C Angel E HPll1bfldlC D Llppw L Stauffer R Bxrgensmlth Row 4 'Nlr WISFY F Masenhelmer W qchelvert D Cromer BAN Row l l' Stauffer ,I Hutton R Blrgenimltlx ,I NIcLau hl1n L btauffer J Wagner Row 2 R Rn tase A Becker J 'Vletcalfe S Nlyer E Nlartz P Worlev J Kump L Nace F Ho tener Row 3 N Grove J Becker ,I Forty P Klepper S Angel 5 Zacharlas S Pennewlll B Noel G Sterner J Wlldasln NI Sldenstrlcker L ghaffer D Ceetm Row 4 N Nlarkle D Lau B Couker B Baugher J Wherley S Blttmger 'Nl Bentzel L Lapham D Deardorlf J Jennmgs R Kart L Hare D Cromer D Warner W Fellx Stanrizng B Lex er C' Palmer Nlr Wxser Row l N Il I N fl nu Shaffer L Bortner ,I Boyer I Ferqer Row 2 Nl Llppy N Patterson b Ylngllng F btauffer D Zepp ,I bchuler 1 T flllllltl an N F lay I Ku lierwa er R 'Nlartz I Barnhart L Harman R Wolfe NI Kessler I N at er rn r Vi X a ORCHESTRA u 1 mrman I K l'er ter ,I Nllller D Llpp Row ,I bho ,I Lxtte Fullerton S Easley L Bortncr ,I Kru C btaufffr W Bertolet B Krout B Warner L Harman Row I E Shrner B Vander lm If. Ke lfr ,I bclluler D Lau W Foreman R Bolllnger D lrofl D Ymglmg R Nlarklc R lierwa mr I Stmrner ,I R nhart F Garrett Row 4- R Nlellott ,I Martin 5 Carre!! NI Stone xfer K Un mr K lmenuel R Ren t lN bulllvan ,I Berwager D Fry T Baker W u I f 1 lla f V Ntllfl rt K Prue H MJendQc e n 27 Row 1 B Stemer L Sterner S Slpe J Nlcllonald ,I Span ler 'NI Hoffman I5 Haneon D Hamer L Shaw A Sterner L Carrett S Howells S Slothour A lie-rlrtel P Wamer M Warner J 'Nlrllfr Row 2 ,I Meredlth S Brammer A Spang ler R Sterner A Shaffer B Sponeeller C Brown N Nllller P Ho tetter B Warner ,I Warner S Stover S Shultz .l 'N C aughlln N Cmter B Klmedlnt ,I Hedge J Zacharlae R u 3 IJ Nl ll lx Relme D Utl P Werner L Streug Xl lla l N vel C ll mker T fht ma H Xbend Chem F Ho tetter J Fer ter ,I Nlelealfe ,I Warner A Shaw ,I Wagner A CAPPELLA CHOIR Nlr George Rutledge Mr George Rutledge waa horn IH lNevedeQha Kansas and he attended leln mon Valley and the Unlveriltx of MlChlg3I1 Mr Rutledge head the Gxrls Lhorua and the A Cappella Cholr He also organlzed a Bovs Chorue whlch sang IH as Plllllllt mc H Nlr Ru l V le ge Gent ome of the memhera of tht Choruses Q..,,vn to FKJITHQIIQ Bernlee Thurwh md Xmella Car ll n a ret Jr ze We want o a noulccl 4 tlum and AQU the mther 1 Q who partlupated The Choruses put on a Choral Concert and sang ln the Chrlstmas and Easter diSCl11l'Jll6q Congratulatlons Choruiee sou re do mg a xery nlce Job 28 ,lL '. . ' , . ','s,. S.. 'e. 0'I: ..ie-r. 7. 'rl. . . 7 . .f " .l. i'r.3.f4'. f. ,' v S. sf '.. s .. s ,, .. Nl. Frantz. B, Doll. X. llarrelt. S. Myers. Ron' 4: W. Cruhh. J. Berwager. R. Yingling. P. Klasenheimer. R. Lee-se. W. Poist. D l:rlrlwl'. K ri l ' gl. l' ' I, 1, 0 'S . ', S - . , Out. 4 1 . . l . S X . X ' 'gs es. 1 l an lf. . 5. Trio. . . t- ' d , 5 , - P . S A rett eae no fi - I ix . l ' t Ck - 121' f 'l. , 4 g'rl., SN I .Q "fc" 'Vlr Bruce W lscr Mr Bruce Wlser head of the lnstrumental muslc de partment was born ln Pontlac MlChlg3U Mr Wlser attended Cettxsburg College Lebanon Valley College and the Umverslty of 'Vllchlgan Early ln the fall Mr Wlser ets out hls musxc charts and the band beglns to practlce thelr drllls for the football season At the close of football season the band starts practlclng for the wlnter and sprlng concerts Along wlth the two concerts the band partlclpates ln parades pep rallles and other programs Mr Wlser has done a marvelous Job Wlth the E H S hand slnce he has come to Hanover and he deserves our heartlest congratulatlons GIRLS CHGRUS Rau 1 D Nllller S Slpe NI Hoffman L Streu T Thoma C Shaw ,I Ferster A Sterner L Garrett S Howells S Slothour A Becthel Row 2 M Wamer A Spangler R Sterner A Shaffer ,I Spangler B Sponseller B Hanson F Ho tetter J Wamer S Stover S Shultz N Gmter B Klmedmt P Warner J Zacharxas Row 3 B Stemer .I Muller K Hebert D Utz P Werner I Warner C Becker D Hamer Nl Frantz B Doll X Garrett S Ylver L bterner S Brammer 29 e Sophomores and .lunlors Present STRANGE BOARDERS Strange BUdIllf,I'N names the -prlgjhtly play put 011 ax tme 5UlJllUlllUlf' 1114l umorl awei Fllns 4lel1ff1t u play comhmea the humor QXLITCIIICIII and human warmth of .1 wt ltterlmramed lllfillltfll lady who rum a hoarding houee Out of her goodness Cordelia hae mated xo 4 I tl adopted ea 4 1pl1m md tle lI0l-C9501 moth of them lllxe lllfSPlf llllllflfllidl Two other hoard er are uppo edlw -Lhool lf.dCllCl'N who are hldlng N10000 taken hy an dll1UNlIl' hand of 4ro0kQ The crooke mcludmg the hrame also come to hoard lf'lH Xt 1 L llhlll ll hm 4ut ll1e11 rlo Llx Uuarc ec ecret The prohlem 114111 1 lo fel the monex round up the thlexee and ct the reward for thelr capture Wlth the help of the tlptam and tl1e IJIOTCQSOI' not o IUCIIUOII julm 4 d 1 4 11- long wante rrx illlfltllll ex turn the table on 114 tl 4 11 114 1 pope up at the most u11fXpe4te4l moments Fmally Cordella mana0eQ to outwlt the gangsters and IH the end capturee them xll and ronsente to marry Todd Rowl S Fleagle L Carre-rt 5 Howell S Klunk P Nlountjoy B Warner R014 2 P Topper K Kesselnng R Doll T Rou er R Ymglmg D Knott R Border W Larsen N I Nlr. Us-F l an gi 'N Nllipt' Illl'l'l'llUIlN. -T " 'Q ' Q Q "' ' witl Tll'lx-i.ilIlll5l'h ls1 s-'D' ll ll l .T . ' 1 J ' fl' .. 1 'rl f l 5 , ' 'S 3 , V M - l , . V A U, Q . . . r: ' ' ' S'z ' , ' - J- A .i .' . . L A ' , ' , 'S' I, k t ' 4 T14l . uhm lr: ' d to a4l41 ' lt f1lI'lS. l.2llIllX and ffl 1r1. amd 1ra4' rallx 4 . . ' ,,,' ,, - ma , ' 1. lh lrx to ' . S the il s 'z L z 1 ' -5 ' -- l ' ' '. . ., X Q . I N - H Q -woks. Of Vllllfit' xw l'2illl forget 1e lummx. l ,xl K 4 K 1 - 1 - ' S S s A N- 1- 1 ,:. ' ' ' ' I I 'T 3' " ' V Q ., ' I ' ' tg : .. D X 1 ' ' L' , . z ' : . " . 1. ,. "..' . ':. .. '.- .. - 1 lr . n 'T 'T sv, Q P . 'T . , TT ' . U s 1 I 1 3 X . T if 4 ,TM9 ' , ,K 1 X ,' 4 3- A 'Q h I .J Y . X W - A 1 RV Aw-QM, . .H T u it - L V 9, l 1 . x . .30 Rom 1 P I5 md J NI Un dld J Warner I Nterner L Grove B We-awr L Lapham Row 2 E Hawk D Zexgler R Border R 'Warchm j Sfhuler T Baker E Keeslr-r W Spangler ,lameb Berwager and James Brady the tudent dlI'PCl0I'4 smnle at a humorous SCYIP T e Idea ll ew Ill mx re' pulable Iltidflllll house Ill show you Qing 31 lwrxt row L Blumenthal L Wm- D Shcllman N Palmer B Forry G Stetter R Cromer S Brown E Reltzel .Second row I' food P Hellman L Cohn B Howe Nl Chronlster D Rodman C Khnedmst E Culp L C0rb1nThLrd row C Cromer F Hawk Nl Shoh' D trove P Bf'l'lCllt'llllt'l' l' Bohn T Nell D ,lack on J Rlddle L WeaverFourlh row W HClSt B Blank D Bel lf l Daley H We-lk C, Kmpathfr D Nlummert L Relndollar K Fnhrman C Bell R Beam Fifth row at latljen lxreuter fatau kr D Barr l' Hrcam D Baker D Nlrller C- Dettrlck L Hart S Warner B Lehigh an FOOTBALL age-rs The Nlghthawk ol hlchelberger Hlgh School under Head Coach Steve Padjen complled a com mendalmle J 3 record After snapplng a three game loslng streak the Birds won flxe of therr last sexen games The lllle the one weak llnk lll the Hawk armor at the seasons lJCglIlI'llflg was soon molded by Coach Fred lxreuter lnto one of the scraplest and most determmed umts ln the conference Thms was proxen bw their hrllllant plav 111 the last three games They held the opposltlon to three touchdowns and opened gaplng hole m the opposlng hnes which the back et Ulllllttl m form lortx ptlllltg per an Btll and Larrx await action Bob Forrs the conference corlng thamplon was named IBIFQI Team All Conference tallback f'or the 3rd consecutne year Others recelvmg recogmtlon were Carl IXl1IlCCllHQl first team end Norm Palmer second team fullback and Sterllng Brown second team tackle Forry and Palmer were also nomlnated to plaw 1n the Natxonal Hrgh School East West all star game ln VICHIPIIIS Tenn next fall Although many of thls war outstandmg players were senlors the Hawks w1ll have several hne under classmen who wrll form a nucleus for next years team The Scores Delone o Men ll3IllCSlJl1Ig 'Vllddletown Hershey Way nesbor o Carllsle Westmmster Llttlestown Getty sburg Chambersburg CU' 'lhxig .14 .kill-1, r .h I -113 I. 'SV-I . I, 3 . is . . A' .. I-A l l ' t I. . ' . , J . , . q . . I .xl fill 5-Pg he 'f g le. . ' T 20 0 . - ' ' 12 T r ' ' 12 21 , ' 0 34 ' c ' 6 14 ' 33 T '- ' 14 39 ' T 46 5 6 40 T 32 X Hawk topped Palmer for Ihr tourhdovsn' RHSIIH9 haul one down ul D r I Klln dlnst Lltle B loxsl R iromer B Fo y Coach Kreutvr Row 2 E Rellzel D Rodman ihronrstfr l Nnrall B Howe H ghoemakfr N1 Shoff VARSITY BASKETBALL fra ta ta tra ta la Lharge' Th1 was the ary whuh led the Hanover Hrgh Nnhool Nrghthawks tm tht ihamplonshlp of the Noulh Penn Lon ference e lhrd pt ea on favorltm to rake the confqranu e upheld llltflf adxamul blllmg bw loppln both tha hrt and e ee wax In pla Vklfll Her hex am fdfl lr an our on ucror 0 I ru 6 dlll f l lldlf ll ll on: I ended wlth Hamm r and fharnlnr lrurg tnd for hrQt place The Bxrd ourwhelnled the Trojan 1462 for the Second half tltlf and the owrall league champlonmhlp Afur drawmg a by unto the Drotrul 5 l'1nalS the Hawks met Rza mg, Central Pfnn Llnanrplon at thr Her hey Sports Xrena Readmg won 1-will and adsanwd tr tha lzaelern Fmalm before lmowm to Chester l x fred lxrf utr r former Broun ulle mentor Coach kreuter t :nn ll team a determxnatron ann a tlng Pm whrch uppla mrnud thelr lark rf ue Under hr leaderihlp Coamh Kreuhr lron man ve l Ro' : . Ions. I. 'f' ' LA i , . ' I, . l . . rr . I' . Z . ' . . . M. 1" 'S ' ' 1' ' ,A 'f l A "' " " ' T Q. 1'4 -'d' '. Th -A rf- r-fu, -A "5 'A 'A-"titl. 'f ' . , H " ' wx I- 2, X A' T fhgond half. "?m?T trrhl' Hawlkli ended the img lhalf a The Nightllrawks were eoached thi: year for the first time 'l ' or ls 'ma ' 5 I' .' S '. ' - . . - A -. . , ' nlvfc-ulnwl lfarliglz-. 1' 'I ' f He-fl ',', 3-58. al ll' I 4 I x' ' 5. V ' ' A ., uh- 1,-rxlrm-a. for uh- nm mf iv 1-1. rl- W- I lalf 111-'IW ' lf' " ' ' 1 Hgh Q ' X V f - - - 5 U l N , ' r ' k ' ' I HAL . ' 'S N l ' ' I K " ' " ii x 34 ,. I BDT 1 lil Bob Forry Ed Reitzel larry slnlt a jumper Raxmle tollar a rebound the Blrds comptled the be t record of any team m 'Vlght hawk hlstory All of the Hlll starter were honored by the scrrbes and coache by placmg on the All Conference team Bob Forty outstandm playmakcr who wa selected first team all conference m hrs sophomore wear was so honored for the econd fll'Ilt Carl Kltnedmt and Blll Potst the teams top scorer Larmd plan on the second team Ray Cromer and Larry Lxttle ruentd honorable ment1on Bob Forry who ln hrs ophomore year rewrote live South Penn scormg records added another record thus year most pomts scored durm, a career Bxll Polst set a new standard for South Prnn foul shooters and a new school record of 200 converstons Although the flrst fue starters w1ll be gone Dave lrons front lme sulrstltutt Cary Amspacher hlgh cormg, ,I V 1 1 en wr orm a rm nut fu tr another thampxonshlp tontender next year Senlors who tarrled the Orange and Black colors so splendldlv for the la t tlme thrs year were Nlyrl Chronlster B111 Howe Fd Re1tLel Carl Klmedlnst Larry Llttle Ray Cromer Bob Forry and Bull Poxst Hawk Supporter cheer FV 'lf-.. Us. bprmg Crowe Lancaster Westmmster York toverttmel Steelton Altoona Wavnesboro Chambersburg Nlrddletown Hershey 95 Delone 60 59 Carlxsle 71 87 Mechamcsburg 15 85 Gettysburg 65 75 Shrppensburg 62 68 Larllsle lplayotfb v8 77 Waynesboro 67 83 Chambersburg 13 73 Middletown 65 62 Hershey 58 91 Delone 59 41 Carlisle 63 l 76 Gettysburg 61 83 Shippensburg 50 T4 Chambersburg lplayoffl 62 34 Reading ldistrictsl 45 T5 Mechanicsburg Carl hlt another hooking drlve Bob fake out Wlll Pegram for a hut 1 not Q left han er dN ups u l 1 mrla ve 1 Nt tter C 'lm pamher D Franklxn Fl t.arnper Row Z L Hart K Banker! J R1 e Rrlnd llar D Wage D 'Nlu ln J V BASKETBALL e llmoxet lgh Nchvol thls xea cm plled 1 14 'J oserall season retord They were coached bs Len Yataxeskl who formerly led the Qt Framls rc llUUlDNltlS tlrouv uni url lllll set on Q I although lalllng to mn the learue crown axe a xerx good out punt of themselxes mx placlng thlrd Hard luck oxertook them Il9'll the season- snr ls thex lost three butter one pomt ce 1 link lrmlxlm led the te n 111 QCOI'lIlg Cart a IX foot sophomore broke t e conference Qttlllllg record set lax another Hank Carl Klmedmst two xears ago In one game agamst Mechlnu lwulg he poured through 35 POINTS C1 IOUQ seral memlrer of tht xt s teal ar e pected to fill the VHTSIIY posmons xacated by thx wears graduatmg senior ITIHITIPIOHG e ma n end at Hers rx Nprmg Crowe Lancaster Westmlnster York bteelton Waynesboro Chambersburg Nllddletown Hershey Delone Carhsle Nlechamcsburg Gettysburg 5hxppensbur Waynesboro Chambersburg Nhddletown Hershey Delone Carllsle Nlechanlcsburg Gettysburg Qhrppensburg Ro' :llval 'xta' skl. T. Good, ll. .' e '. 2, , - '- . , '. '. " . . ': . . , L. " H' ..'.. . ll' s. Th a ' HH 1 j. Yfs '. J2'r om- Th, in Vg. . -' t'- 'lst '. ," . '.g .Ht P 'p 5 V: ls Uh s' x-all 'll'z pas s. N -, , li - Cary 'xlltSIlti'ltt'I' and 7 i ' ' 'al T-if T I A ' M T' i M, K 7 Q h Se 1 s 's I -arf J. Y. Th- wt., th , 55 f ' ' 36 74 ' 41 46 N 49 49 56 A . 60 47 53 ' 66 A ' 51 44 5 ' g 59 33 , . 37 4 ' 50 50 44 . T3 . ' 51 l iw.. I . V. , . , A H W,,ru,x. , m, A ,hs , -3,1 A 1 -.. 1 L 4' Z, , TZ , . 'af V' T, T VT ' ' YY' , L - , Q ' '- A .' -., 1 -.N ' lo. X 4 , 1 Him.. r Q " S' K z X N if 1 . , 5 I, A l . Rowl B Topper L Blumenthal D Hamme Rau 2 ,I 'Xlartm W Kmut J To n B Nlarkle The boy xn action I TRAMU RAL BASKETBALL he Bm llllllllllllll Ba kethall league Super xl'-eml hx Cuath SIQXB Parljen mai organized earlx rn Januan mth mnelx lk lyme partlclpatlng The lea ue u'1Q eumpu eil of elght teame The Wa p under Captain Phll Hoff won the firat hall CIOMII and the Roeketa unfler captain Larrx Blumenthal mm the Qec ond half crown The Rockets lrtue of a 4612 xutmx ln the plaxofT game eoppecl the HX erlll lea ue ehamplunihlp r er II nueef ou exe uct f 1 lll lXll'Tllll Iibflllg crown m1t1 243 polnta a l7'3 11 I 1 cure mr: Plnl Hellman 1 T ppel Dan El au h Barn Krout Bob Markle Lrnlt Nhruer julx Paltcx and larrx Blumcnthal 40 Y? ' ' I T N t ' ' f' , i - f - - 9 1, :. .. .. '. '..'ug... . l T ' us' 'z 'z 'S ,' . . , - . 'L v. . IFS. , 'L I . . . l . ' g 1. Y s ' r -. hy V' --' "T ' U' . ' z g , ' . ' . Rnlg ' Claret! , l t N ' R' l ll-A nr the ' fl' " L s' ' ' ' " l 4 ' -. ' .. axewge. ltller tom S' rs - f ' ' . B4 lv 0 '. 1 g . ' 'I . A . 1 'lf a-' 1.'-'. , ' x . Our vivacious vheerleaders. Kneeling: li, Wisensale. B. Slambauali. Stand'ing: B. Brenda Stambaugh. Capt.. listens f 1 Weaver. P. Wege. B. Attle:-lierger. S. Weaver cheers at a Pep Meeting. CHEERLEADERS AND MAJGRETTES In what condition would the school spirit of E. H. S. be if it weren't for these two groups of high spirited artists? l l Through exciting football and basketball games on winter nights. and through stimulating pep meetings under hot stage lights. the Cheerleaders created among the student body an enthusiastic and seldom-lagging devotion to the athletic teams of the sehool. The majorettes who led the band through its paces in parades and on the gridiron. despite their freez- ing appendages. surely gave evidence of their skill in mart-hing and handling hiltons. Jun llerwagrf-r. our high--tvpping: Our talented majorettes. Kneeling: S. Pt-nnewill. S. Zavliarias. J. Shell. Smnfiingzl drum major- Wherley. S. Klunk. M. Ferster. 4 gf tl O ? tiff' 4 F ego UNDE C 44 ,-- I, -. -. 'iii VX ll-J "H-M-vw.. Nov YOU me X CAN! BE Ns. Ed Cohn Andy Rlce and Tom Becker bu lly preparmg for their alas project Class of 58 Although the class of 1951, showed fine coopera tion and sportsmanshlp 1n all actlyltles as sopho mores they far surpassed thelr record thls year However w1thout the guldance of our capable leaders Dand Zlegler Pres Tom Good V Pres Lmda Grote Sec Sonny Sheff Treas our junlor year never could have been successful Followmg the electron of class officers the am bltlous jumors worked to F3156 funds to finance the 1955 Nornlr and senlor prom The sale of school sweat shlrts was our class project whlch proved to be yery profitable As we enthuslastlcally entered the football and basketball seasons some of us fought for vlctorles whlle others chceled loudly ln the stands Our ardent partrclpatlon 1n extra currlcular ac t1v1t1es dld not lmpaxr the scholastlc standards for many junlors names appeared repeatedly on the honor rolls The sophomore junlor play Strange Boarders dlrected by Mr Ira Celselman thoroughly enter tamed the entlre audlence The senlor prom finally arrlved and ln a whrrl of excltement many students enjoyed a wonderful evemng of dancing And so ended the year of 1956 57 for some 250 jumors who are now antlclpatlng belng graduat mg semors ln 1958 2 if .L . X A 'ML ,li i. . , ,V tl ,fl r f' . . Ji, . rl A ' , is A . I- 5 L' ' " 1 10' - - - v . 3 L-, '.,, ,,., 4 ' -. . Y .. ' '1 xn 1 4 . -, .'-5 f- ,, , V, . A , . . y . M l.-ff, v fvffefj I " 1 s,q', ' l ' 4A'4'V's.A,l l'-'l . sy". .' 5 . .'sg ' 1 -tl-"- f X W.. fr' " 'f 7 , ,Q 1- ," , , 4' '11 , A " 1 ,, - S' fig , SQ t, 1 , -4 0 1 '- ll ., . y . 1 - H f qv ' .. ' O avr' ,iff .-1 , , . S , . 1 5 ' -0 ' ' . , . ' . Y Q . . Y . . . . . . . , . e . - , . . . . , V. . . I 7 9 " 1 ' 'v ' 1 . w . n 65 77 7 ' - 7 '7 5 7 '7 , 7 , . v ' 7 . 1 ' ' , . . . . . , 1 f - . W S mx X X xx X Rowl J Chronlster 5 Bankert C Bankert B Culllson H Campbell P Bange H Bream .l Banker! Row 2 C- Brown C Brown P Berwa er S Brttlnger B Attle ber er N Clark L Auehey R Bollmger Raw 3 T Becker L Bankert D Arter E Cohn J Becker D Bower ox Nl Bowersox Rou 4 L Bankert L Brown Q Anthony F. Clapxaddle R Barnhart B Bealmg H Baugher Llffllng fA8 IOCL Q15 Row 1 R Hemdel B Hanson D Hamer D Heagy 5 Deardorii L German J Dlcken heels P l'1shel Row 2 J Gouker 5 Harrell B Cobrullt 5 Holllnger S Hellman J Forbes K Garrett R Fldler Row 3 S Dlckensheets E Donson E Hawk I Curl R iordermuth W Hartlaub l De eheernaker B Ehrhart Row 4 K Hagenbuch H Dc-Croft E Culp K Fuhrman W H Hartlaub R Fields B Cunnet XI ff un 47 MX 'X 1 u 1 l1 L l J Nl4Don.1lf N lngram lauallman L lxaltreuler j NIU-ednh Rom 2 ,I J Q J Kaehler B le 'llrx .1 Q lx I5 Kopp E Nlar 1 R Jfmhnion Row 3 l' Jone D Irons L Kramer W Llveliberger B 'Nlarchm D Hen ner S Kennex Row 4 C Kel er J 'Nlarkle F Llttle NI Lawver J Hoff B Lehlgh R Leeie OUP 00 ou 1 H otll other andruck B Npon eller B Spon ellrr l Num: er 1 No e 1 Nhmma er F144 Z: wx . 'rr. . , u Imert. - t'lt'I3I'. .. L". . ' r. .. .0 . . er. . lr . f.. Hummer. Row 3: B. Srhmidt J. Snyder. D. Rodman Nl. Shofl. C. Miller. T. Sell H. Shoemaker. J. Rhodes B. Rohrbaugh. Row 4: R. Re.k. C. Reichart. F. Reindollar D. Reichart, L. Nlummert L. Reindollar, J. Shipley L. Miller C. Nace R. Negley. 48 Raw l B Weaver ,I Warnrr 5 Weaver P Weaver L Stuflle M Weaver S Warner Row 2 N Wagner B Thru h P Warner B Went: L Sterner B Sterner P Wege Row 3 9 Qponseller Y Sponseller F Stambaugh B Stump N Stremmel E Unger A Stover Row 4 F Qwaby W Spangler L btudy K Qpanaler L Small C Smlth R Qprenkle K Snyder LU U1 tAQ :5U,l0l00I'tLllg C ClJ"6lCl0l'f5 ou l tlmrum onu a mr W rre W er ey lo e ,I Where B Flm: R Weaver Rofw Warner D Ylngllng J Schock P Relgll Jffpplw E Flncklnger C Qtavwkx D Wolf D Zlegler L, Ymglmg Row 3 Worley S Wnldasm H Welk P Young D Weaver B Wentz 'I' Zlmmerman D Walker -fr Q13 Nm kr! 1 A9 Zi l j vi L y- " ' v H I , 1 i , of . - Q- ' of Q xt! -I J W 5' ,ff 2- . f ' 'L f La ai , fix , W - ' t . , -r X x A ' ff ,. ... .ID ry. Nia.. . ... . . . , . ,. I O Q 61 R - :J.Zun ,NI.W' l,'.IJ.W'g-.S 'h-ly.J. hlg.E. 'h. . ' ly. . . ' '. 21D ' 2. ' Q . 51 Afmlfg X ,L,,,f' K ,,,-..gi . D" 11' f ' B' ' ' .. ng, -sjuq X -slr? 7. .A S 1, - , - '- + ' X 1 .b 'l S Ly, -, I 1 w g .2 W ' ' - iq . A , ' X .2 ' ft' -rf ' we 1 A 4. K2 X , W L UI Q . . X 1 X " Xt? :Lvl A -4: . SJ 9.1 -1' 4"" Rofw 1 9 Bankert D Ban' N Bohn C Bolhnger S Bange S Bankert H Abendschem S Bnllhart Row 2 E Allewelt C Brown N Bamhart B Baugher S Bowman Q Blttmger S Anthony D Balr T Bowman Row 3 B Bankert .l Baugh man R Blettner P Berkheimer W Block L Banker! C Benecke B Bxxler F Albm Row 4 L Baubhtz A Becker F Bream R Berwager C Bell D Becker C Bankert R fllbn ht M Benlzel Row 5 D Becker R Baker R Bolhnger W Bertolet R Baher K Bankart R Bnslx R Border CLASS 0F 59 We the sophomore class have been here at Elehelberger for a comparatnely short tlme yet even ln thls one brlef year we have experlenced much of the hvehness and zest of busj hlgh school hfe To begm Wltll we undertook the task of electlng ofhcers Darrell Frey Pres Damel Knott Vice pres Lmda Garrett Sec and Marjorle Felster Treas to lead us through our lnlllal year as hlgh school students Durlng the campalgn week the two partles Elchelberger and Orange and Black dld thelr utmost to support and promote thexr eandldates through posters campalgn slogans and the campalgn assembly program Then mth our feet planted a b1t more firmly on the ground vue began planmng our major project the sale of Prom Peanuts We recelved ald IH this as well as ln every project the class undertook from our class adxlsers Mrs Bucher Mrs Tome and Mrs Bee e In the sports field we cheered untll our NOILCQ were hoarse when the boys of our class proved thelr worth 1n football basketball track and base ball The glrls too parllclpated ln sports through the lntramural program Our class was well lepresented m the held of muslc at Elchelbergel There were some who flexed thelr vocal chords ln the chorus and others who exhlblted muslcal ablhty ln the band and orchestra On the newspaper staff qulte a number of sopho mores trled thelr hand at reportmg art work and creatlve composltlon We the class of 59 have estabhshed a firm basls for makmg our three sears here at Elchel berger beneficlal and conduclve to a hlgh standard of conduct and knowledge Q , . rv , 1- 1 '- - - .. 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O Senior class officers VICC Presldent James Nlartln Secretary Suzanne Zacharlas Treasurer Wllllam Polst and Presldent Nancy Kessler admtre one of the many trophles won by the Nlghthawks Nancy served as our capable presldent for three year THE l957 SENICJRS Three yery short years ago, a bell sounded an nouncmg the beglnmng of a new school term and openlng before the class of 1957 a wholly dlfferent world filled w1th strange, new, and CXCltlIlg CXPCTI ences We began our first year here as sophomores wlth many com1cal mlstakes gomg to room 109 when we should haye gone to 209, loslng our sched ule cards, and belng late for classes In splte of all thls we reahzed the lmportance of our belng students at E H 9 and plunged eagerly mto the tasks before us We took part ln Student Councll electlon cam palgns, band and football Our first class project began with selllng green peanuts of all thmgs' Thls may sound strange for a class project but, neverthe less wlth ey ery one s comblned efforts we earned more money than we had ever hoped for Before we reallzed lt football season gave way to basketball track wrestlmg, and tennls Many of our athletlcally mclmed boys agaln dlsplayed thelr ablllty In May we helped the Junlors to present the semors Wlllh their prom Blossom Tlme Beglnmng our Junior year we sold black cordurov class jackets another of our projects To l1ne our treasury w1th even more money each of our home rooms went to market on a qaturday mornlng Aftel football season ended we turned to dramatlcs to present the play The Remarkable lncldent at Lar son s Corners May once agaln brought prom tlme The theme for the prom was An Evenmg ln Parls We no sooner had removed the last piece of crepe paper from the gym than we suddenly reallzed that we were semors Semor 19 a word meamng one who IS superlor ln rank, but to us 1t merely meant that we were once agaln caught 1n such a whlrlpool of actlvlty that we were busy rehearslng for the openmg nlght of ,lan uary Thaw All too soon dld we reallze that we were dolng everythlng for the last tlme concerts final exams the prom and commencement came and went llke a Hash Now all that remain of our high school days are a dlploma a few test papers cake sales Hamlet NaCl teachers llked and teachers otherulse facts learned and facts forgotten Yes our hlgh school days are over .f ,A 4 was , T, Q60 1 4 .L e Q JW L fs L X Y . -is . 'few . Q had ,1 T1 t 7 'Q 1 X f-5 . , 3, Q. laws -aa if 135. f terlfll , - - . , , , , , at ' S .. ., f ' s. v v 1 v ' ,- ' ' . K N . ' . Y . . . .u Y . , Y sa - '- . U . . V . . 9 99 I - . 1 Y . ' H . . . ,, . . . . 5, I Y. V v , . v V ,, . . . , - Z -Q , , . L ., ' at - sv ,' . . . . . Y tin Ronald Alwine Industrial Arts Ronnie To .loin the Navy Working on My Car Hunting and Fishing Club 1.2: Intramurals 2. Joyce L. Bankert Academic .loy Beautician Listening to WCAO Intramurals 1: Y-Teens 1,2.3: Press Club 1: Typing Club 2: Nornir 3. James W. Barnhart Academic Snorkel School Teacher Playing in Dance Bands Band l.2,3: Tennis 1,2,3g Intramurals 1,2,3: H. R. V. Pres. 2: Operetta 2: Archery Club 23 Orchestra 3: Chorus 3. Suzanne J. Baumgardner Academic Susie Nurse Making Friends Press Club I: Intramurals 1,23 Chorus 1: Y-Teens 1. Treas. 2: Red Cross 1,25 Dramatics Club 1.2: H. R. Sec. 3g Delphians 1: Orange and Black 1.2: Business Editor 3: Student Council Sec. 3: Nomir. Associate Ed. 3. .7fte afar? 0 OU. I fav YT? 3 ,. 2 -I 'Q 5 WTF! I" 6cAo0 Clgff Annette B. Bechtel Commercial Annette Private Secretary Sleeping Intramurals Ig Chorus 1.2,3g Y-Teens 1: Red Cross 2: H. R. Tn-as. Ig Dramatics Club 1: 'l'eacher's Sec. 2.3. Glenn G. Bechtel Industrial Arts Spike State Trooper Working Outside School Gymnastics Club 1: Driver Training 2: Shop Club 2. Caralyn L. Becker Academic Carol Private Secretary Riding in a Blue and White Olds Cooking Club 25 Delphians 2.3: Chorus 3: Y-Teens 3: Nomir 3. Dorothy L. Becker Home Economics Dot To Travel Sports Girls' Athletic Club 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3: Y-Teens 1.2. 3 xxx Paul L. Berkheimer Industrial Arts Berkie To Join the Service Hanging out at Marshall's Intramurals 1.2.3: Projector Club 1: Wrestling l: Shop Club 2: Track 2.3. James II. Bernager Commercial .lim Certified Public Accountant Playing Cards Band 1.2.3: Play 1.2.31 Chorus 1.2,3: H. R. V, Pres. 1. Pres. 2: Dramatics Club 1: Operetta 2: Music Apprecia- tion Club 2: Drum Major 3: Hi-Y 3: Teachers Sec. 31 Thespians Pres. 3: Orchestra 3: Quartet 3. Ronald L. Birgensmith Academic Ronnie Leader of a Dance Band Playing Dance Music Band 1.2.3: Orchestra 1.2.3: Intramurals 1.2,3: Operetta 2: Music Appreciation Club 2: Stage Crew 2.3: Chorus 3. Larry Blumenthal General Pee Wee To join the Navy and See the World Eating Before Bedtime Tumbling Club 1.2: Wrestling 1.2: Football 1.2.3: Intra- murals 1.2.31 Hi-Y 1.2: Baseball 3. wad Cl LUCL gd G7 5' G. 'Sf iv: Wllrzf '+- Q- "lr, its ,Mt 'tv .rai- 9, Q .Y -Q Q-af' vane , Lynda L. Blumenthal Academic I Willy X WCA Worker Making People Laugh Girls' Athletic Club 1. 2: Chorus 1: Y-Teens 1. 2. 32 Intramurals 1, 2. 3: Play 1. 2: Student Director 3: Delphians 1. 2: Pres. 3: Thespians 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 1. 2: Nornir 3: F. T. A. Songleader 3. Francis L. Bolin. lr. General Butch To Join the Army Participating in Sports Football I. 3: Wrestling 1. 2: Track 1: Intramurals 1. 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 2. Edward J. Bortner Academic Ed Mechanical Engineer Eating liantl 1. 2. 3: Intramurals 1. 2. 3: Typing Club 2: H. R. Treasurer 2. Gene E. Bowser Academic Gene Elementary Teacher Sports Chorus 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: H. R. Treasurer 1, Secretary 2: Operetta 2: Typing Club 2: Quartet 2, 3. ,SA i!""', lflevef' Patricia A. Buckley Commercial Paz Secreta Reading YY Driver Training 23 Teacher's Sec. 2.3. Nancy L. Carbaugh Academic Nancy Music Teacher Reading Girls' Athletic Club 2. Jane E. Charnibury Home Economics Jayne To Live in New Mexico Writing Letters Chorus 13 Cheerleader 13 Metal Arts Club 13 Y-Teens 13 Dancing Club 23 Intramurals 1.2.3. Marlene M. Chronister Academic Snooks Physical Education Teacher Eating Subs Press Club 13 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Orange and Black 1,2,33 Red Cross 123' Intramurals 123' Girls' Athletic Club 12' Nornir 3 James C. Brady, Jr. Academic Jim .let Pilot Swimming Press Club li Wrestling li Intramurals 1,2,33 Play 1,2,33 Hi-Y 1,2,33 Orange 81 Black 1,2,33 Thespians 1.2.33 Dramatics Club 1.21 Track 13 Archery Club 2. Sharon E. Brammer Academic ltsy To Study Music Singing Chorus 1.2.31 Girls' Ensemble 1,2,33 Octet 13 Quartet 2. 3g Red Cross 1,23 Y-Teens 1,2,33 H. R. Pres. 13 Orange Xt Black 1.2,33 Dramatics Club 1,21 lntramurals 23 Play 2,31 Operetta 2g Class Sec. 23 Nornir 3. Patsy L. Brillhart Commercial Pat Secretary Reading Y-Teens 1,2,33 Press Club 13 Intramurals 1,23 Orange 8 Black 1,2,33 Play 2g Driver Training 23 Tcacher's Sec. 2.33 Girls' Athletic Club 23 Nornir 3. Sterling R. Brown General Brownie Phys. Ed. Teacher and Coach Playing Football Boys' Athletic Club 1.23 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1. Manager 23 Track 1.2,33 lntratnurals 1,2.33 Hi-Y 1,2,33 Student Council 1,2, Treas. 33 County Wrestling 1.2.3. .JJ . 13 4' 4-:fx S-4. 301 N"-'Q Yi"-P WM, fine lzeroi Larry F. Corbin lndustrial Arts Corbin To Learn a Good Trade Swimming Football 1.2.33 Wrestling 13 Track 1.2.33 Boys' Athletic Club 1,2. Hazel ,l. Crawford Commercial JD Rock 'n Roll Singer Singing Red Cross 1.2,33 Orange and Black 1,22 Driver Training 2g Girls' lletal Shop 2g Nornir 33 Teacher's Sec. 2,3. Myrl A. Crawford Commercial Myrl Hunt and Fish the Rest of my Life Hunting and Fishing Hunting and Fishing Club 1,23 Intramurals 2,33 Teacher's Sec. 2.3. Douglas E. Cromer Academic Doug Certified Public Accountant Playing Cards Band 1,2,33 Play 1,33 Dramatics Club 13 Orchestra 2,33 H. R. Pres. 2g Chorus 1,33 lntramurals 33 Hi-Y 3. Myrl L. Chronister, lr. General Crab To be a Good Soldier Participating in Sports Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3Q Baseball 13 Hi-Y 1,23 Track 2,33 lntramurals 2.3. Frederick E. Clark Industrial Arts Fwd Machinist Collecting Stamps Metal Shop Club 2. lloris A. Clarton Commercial Blondie SQCYFTHYY Collecting Stamps Girls' Athletic Club 23 Teacl1er's Sec. 2.3. Claude Clauser Commercial Bud Accountant Ice Skating Orange 81 Black 13 Press Club li Hi-Y 13 Dramatics Club 13 Play 2.33 Biology Club 2: Teacher's Sec. 2.3. H25 an 3 gg-4' "C- Raymond E. Cromer Academic Ray Teacher Eating Hi-Y 1, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3g H. R. Pres. 1,35 Baseball 13 Basketball 1,2,3g Football 1,2,3g Student Council 1. Treas. 2. Pres. 33 Boys' Athletic Club 1,25 Track 2,3. Larry C. Day Academic Dizzy Sports Forecaster Participating in Sports Intramurals 2.3. Barbara A. Doll Academic Barbie Kindergarten Teacher Sleeping Si Dating Music Appreciation Club lg Chorus l,2,3g Y-Teens 1.2,3g Delphians 1,2, Sec. 35 Orange 81 Black 1.2,3g Student Council lg Dramatics Club 1,23 Cooking Club 2g Play 2g Operetta 23 H. R. Sec. 2g Thcspians 2.3: Nornir 3. Patricia A. Duck Commercial Pat Medical Secretary Watching T.V. Girls' Athletic Club 2g Driver Training 2g Teacher's Sec. 2,3. eroed 0 'M"nv 'funn-uv' 'iuvf S", eww Q1-si' ""-Ii 7 4 w fkezie geared, Stanley W. Dutterer, Jr. Academic Span Engineer Eating Press Club lg Tennis 1,2,3g Intramurals 1.2,3g Hi-Y 1,2,3g Orange and Black 1,2,3g Dramatics Club lg Boys' Athletic Club 23 Play 2,3. Sylvia A. Easley Academic Syl Elementary Teacher Listening to Glenn Miller Records Band 1,2,3g Music Appreciation Club lg Delphians l,2,3: Y-Teens 1,2,3g Intramurals 1.2.33 F. T. A. Historian 2. Sec. 3g Orchestra 3. Daniel D. Ebaugh Academic Pidge To Be in the Outdoors Flying Around Football lg Baseball l.2,3g Intramural 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1.2.34 County Wrestling 2.3g Nomir 3. William W. Ehrhart Academic M ouge Forest Ranger Hunting and Fishing Tennis 1.2,3g Hunting and Fishing Club 2g Intramurals 3. Larry lf. Eisenberger Academic Laffy Chemical Engineer Hobbieg Archery Club 3. Gary L. liisenhart General Ike Machinist Sleeping Hunting S Fishing Club 1,23 Intramurals 2g Hi-X 2. Donald lf. linsor General Donny MHChiI1iSl Participating in Sports Intramurals 12,31 Hunting 8 Fishing Club lg Driver Training 2g Gymnastics 2. Nancy L. Ernst General Ernie Stewardess Dancing Girls' Athletic Club 1: Y-Teens l,2,3g Dramatics Club 15 Typing Club 2g Intramurals 2,3: Nornir 3. C AQQFQCJ OLLI' "J -' I M 541 It 'Piv- S-f H v f i W la aww! Q'--Q ' I H177 Sterling R. Feeser Academic Fez Forest Ranger Eating Wrestling 1,2,3g Intramurals 1.2,3g Football 1.2.3g Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 1,2. ,Ianicc L. Ferster Academic .lan Elementary Teacher Knitting Intramurals 1g Orchestra 1.2,3g Chorus 12,34 Girls' En- semble 1g Y-Teens 1,2,3g Delphians 1,2,3g Class Sec. 1: H.R. Sec-Treas. 1. Treas. 2g Bridge Club 2: F. T. A. Pres. 33 Nornir 3. joyce Ii. Fidler General Joyce' Housewife Listening to Hillbilly Music Intramurals 1,23 Dancing Club 2g Driver Training 3. Allen M. Flickinger Industrial Arts Flick State Policeman Traveling over the Country Intramurals 2g Driver Training 2. 4 Robert E. Forry General B05 Football or Basketball Coach Eating at Someone's House Football l,2,3g Basketball l,2.3: Baseball l.2.3g Boys' Athletic Club l,2g Intramurals 3. Mary A. Frantz Academic Mary Librarian Working Chorus 1.2.33 Y-Teens 1.2.33 Operetta 2g Bridge Club 21 Library Assistant 2,3g Nornir 3. LeRoy N. Friese Commercial Governor Poet Writing Poetry Red Cross l,2,3g lntramurals l,2.3g Orange 81 Black l.2,3g Chorus 2,3g Oper:-Ita 23 Biology Club 2: Teacherk Sec. 2,33 Baseball 3. Francelia J. Fuhrman Commercial Ffllfb To Go to Germany Writing Letters Y-Teens lg Girls' Athletic Club 2.35 Teachefs Sec. 2.3. on gri iron, oar, an mafy Helen L. Gamble Commercial Helen Airline Stewardess Music Girls' Athletic Club 1.23 Teacher's Sec. 2,3. Jacqueline E. Gantz Academic Jackie Deaconess Missionary Working Library Assistant l.2,3g Band 1,24 Library Club l,2. Pres. 35 Y-Teens 1,2.3g Rhetoric Club 1. Bernard C. Gardner Academic Bulldog Farmer Working on the Farm Douglas Garland General Doug To Get a Good Job Watching Sports Wood Shop Club lg lntramurals 2,3. lsr' +A'-1' V, gy , Nl? 'i is Amelia J. Garrett Academic Janey Singer Swimming Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3g Chorus l,2,3g Delphians lg Dra- matics Club 13 Play Ig Y-Teens 2g Operetta 23 H. R. V. Pres. 25 H. R. Sec. 3. Rodger B. Garrett Academic Rage Commercial Pilot Sports H. R. V. Pres. lg Intramurals 1.2.33 Tumbling Club 1,24 Hi-Y 2. Stephen Garrett Commercial Baldy Businessman Watching Television Band 1.2.34 Press Club lg H. R. Treas. Ig Driver Train- ing 2g Boys Athletic Club 2g Play 2g Teache-r's Sec. 2.3. Russell E. Carvick General Russ To Get a 1957 Car Shooting My "22" Chess Club lg Hunting and Fishing Club 2. CAlflCLA6!Clf N Clnudfff jA6ll,l! 75 Ronald H. Gearis General 01 Technical School Going to .Iudy's House Red Cross l,2g Hi-Y I,2,3g Press Club 1: Biology Club 23 Intramurals 2,3g Wrestling 2. Ethella D. Gelwicks Home Economics Doll To Go to Scotland in August Writing Letters Intramural 2,33 Driver Training 3. Nina G. Cinter Commercial Nina Bookkeeper Reading Chorus 1.2.33 Intramurals 23 Music Appreciation Club 21 Teacher's Sec. 2.3. Audrey C. Gladhill Academic Audie MRS Degree Being with a Certain Guy Intramurals 1,2,3g Tumbling Club lg Chorus lg Delphians 1,2,3g Y-Teens 1,2g Red Cross 1,2g Rhetoric Club 23 Orange and Black 2.3g Nomir 3. 'li f'T'Sf Q91 we-J' David E. Gordon Industrial Arts Dave Engineer Eating lntramurals 12,33 Archery Club 2. Barbara E. Gouker General Barbi Air Line Typist Learning How to Drive Y-Teens 12.33 Band 1.2,3g Chorus 1.23 Intramurals 2.3: Girls' Athletic Club 1.2. Nornir 3. jandra J. Greenholtz General Sandy Homemaker Going with the Gang Y-Teens 1.2.3g lntramurals 2.33 Girls' Athletic' Club 1.2. Nina L. Grove Academic Nina Phys. Ed. 'l'1-achcr Driving the "Little Heil Wagon" lntramurals 1.2.39 Girls' Athletic' Club 1,23 Y-Teens 1. 2.3: Delphiuns 1,231 lland 1.2.33 H. R. Pres, 2.3. hin- 0' ,B-I .Nh i ,gil Ka, 5, "'p'lN las-W -...f 1"'7' Y' enjoye many adaem ded, 1 P. Richard Grove Academic Dig-If Civil Engineer Walking Football 1,2,3g Basketball lg Track 1.2.3g Class V. Pres. lg Intramurals 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1. Tre-as. 2,33 Student Council 1, V. Pres. 2: Rlwtoric Club 1.2.4 Class Play 23 Nornir 3. Yvayne L. Grubb Academic Wayne Certified Public Accountant Drawing Band 1.2: Chorus 1.2,3g Dramatics Club lg Orange and Black 1.2.3. Phillip W. 1-leilman Academic fell Chemist Eating Football 1.2.3g Intramurals 1.2.33 Boys' Athletic Club 24 Class Play 2: HR. Treas. 2: HR. V. Pres. 3: F.T.A. 3. Larry R. Hess General Larry To Join the Air Force Listening to Rnek 'n Roll Intramurals 1,2. Donald L. Hetrick Academic Longennecker To Work in a Retail Business Bowling lntramurals 1,2,3. David L. Highlands Commercial Muzzy Accountant Listening to Elvis Teacher's Sec. 3. Philip Hoff General Phil Playing Basketball To be a success Basketball lg lntramurals 2.3g H, R. Treas. 3. Martha L. Hoffman Commercial Marty Medical Secretary Writing Letters Chorus 1.2.31 Uperetta 23 Red Cross ZZ. Sec.-Treas. 33 Biology Club 23 Teachers Sec. 2.33 Girls' Ensemble 3. it '11-P 'if' if laarficilaafec! in uarioufi cfugri, 'wav hd N. Wayne Hoover Commercial Neal To Be Happy Driving Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Chess Club 2g H.R. Treas. 3. G. William Howe Academic Bill To Travel Participating in Sports Boys' Athletic Club 1.25 Football 1.2,3g Basketball 1.2.33 Baseball 1.2.33 H. R. Pres. 1. H. R. V. Pres. 2g Orange S1 Black 3. Sheila D. James Commercial Reds Secretary Saving Money Dramatics Club 13 Y-Teens 1,2g Delphians 12,33 H. R. Treas. 1. Sec. 2g Girls' Athletic Club 2: Driver Training 2g Teachers Sec. 2.3. Marion L. Jones Academic Marian To Turn my Dreams into Realities Driving an Olds Play 1,2g Dramatics Club 1,25 Intramurals 1.2.33 Girls' Metal Shop lg Girls' Athletic Club 2. X if v W- 91:9- LUOPLQJ 0l'l C Malvadean Knott General Mel Air Line Hostess Attending the Games Y-Teens l,2.3g Intramurals 1.2.34 Dr-lphians 2.3: Girls' Athletic Club 1.2: Nornir 3. William UL Kopp Commercial Bill To ,loin the Navy Reading Hi-Y 1,25 Driver Training 2. Teach:-r's Sec. 2.3. Warren W. Kroul Industrial Arts Butch To ,loin the Marine Corps Playing Basketball Hunting and Fishing Club 1.2: lntramurals 1.2.33 Hi-Y l. James B. Krug Academic .lim Engineer Playing Basketball Band 1.2.35 Chorus 1: Orchestra 3. Hi-Y 1.2. Charles E. Keeney General Dutch Machinist Dating Intramurals 1.2.31 Track 1.2.3. Wood Shop Club 2. Lloyd D. Kerchner Commercial Hercules lf:-rtifiod Public .hl'l'lll1IlI21Ill Cars Track 2.3: Teacliefs Sec. 2.3. Nancy L. Kessler Academic Nancy Social Worker Playing Sly Violin Y-Teens 1.2. Pres. 3g Orchestra 1.2.3. Class Pres. 1.2.31 Del mliians 1.2,3g Orangn- and lllack 1.2. Editor 3: Chorus l lg Press Club lg lntramurals lg Rhetoric Club 21 Stu- dent Council 3g Nornir 3. Carl F. Klinedinst General Itch Travel Participating in Sports Boys' Athletic Club 1.2: Football 1.2.31 Basketball l.2.3g Baseball 1: Track 2.3. add pro 'ecf5, 71" 1.-r , x....... A 11,5 " 'N 2 .J 5 as ' P, q Z ,QA t ' pl., Jn ,4- 433.14 lainie 'K x- 'WN X 'wr' Holman C. Leese. ,lr. Industrial Arts ,lunie Electrician Participating in Sports Hunting and Fishing Club 1. H. Robert Leese Academic Bob Chemist Playing "SOO" Band, 1,2,3g 'l'ht-spians 1.2.31 Play 1,2.3: Dramatics Club 1,2g Operetta 25 Red Cross 2. Pres. 3: Chorus 33 Orchestra 3g Hi-Y 1.2.3. jackalene E. LeGore Academic Jackie Nurse Driving my Nlodel "A" Delphians 1,2,3g Y-Teens 1.2,3g Dramatics Club 1,2g Girls' Athletic Club 1,2g lntramurals 1.2.34 Play 2g H.R. Sec. 3. Bettie l. Leister Academic Betsy Physical Therapist Listening 'to the Four Freshmen Press Club 15 Intramurals 1.2,3g Band 1,2,3: Y-Teens 1. 2,33 Delphians 1.23 V. Pres. 3g Orange 8 Black 1.2.31 Girls' Metal Shop 2: Nornir 33 Red Cross 3. Aiglt-Afelalaecl in flue Accrual Eleanor B. Little General x SIQSU' Beautician NCCPIHH Girls' Athletic Club 1.2: Intramurals 3. Larry C. Little General Larry Salesman Playing Basketball Basketball 1,2,3: Boys' Athletic Club 1.23 Hi-Y 3. Philip B. time General A hil To Succeed F1Sh1Hg Hunting and Fishing Club 1.2. Eugene C. Lockard Industrial Arts Gene Electrician Participating in Sports Hunting and Fishing Club 2. ,H aff' 4 Doris E. Markle Commercial Doris Secretary Sports Y-Teens 1,2,3Q Girls' Athletic Club 1,23 Intramurals 1, 2,35 Driver Training I3 Dramatics Club lg Teacher's Sec. 2.3. Robert C. Markle General Meatball Butcher Eating Intramurals 1,2,33 Band 1.2,33 Music Appreciation Club 13 Hunting and Fishing Club 2g Operetta 2. James D. Martin Academic Farmer Engineer Tinkering with Tools Music Appreciation Club 13 Hi-Y 1, Corresponding Sec. 2, 33 Band 1,2,33 Stage Crew 1,23 Track 1,2,33 Rhetoric Club 23 Operetta 2g Chorus 2,3Q Intramurals 2,3Q Class V. Pres. 2,33 Orange and Black 33 H.R. Pres. 33 Nornir 3. Richard II. Martz Academic Zombie Electrical Engineer Reading Band 1,2333 H.R. Treas. 13 Orchestra 2,33 Operetta 23 Woodshop Club 23 Hi-Y 2,33 Intramurals 3. A V . .Y .zxv unc! Aarmonizecl in fAe cA0ru:5. ' gf S-.4 Fred L. Masenheimer Academic Derj Automotive Engineer Working on My Model A Basketball Manager 1,2Q Baseball Manager 13 Band 1.2.33 Hi-Y 1,2,33 Music Appreciation Club I3 Operetta 2g Play 2,33 Archery Club 2. Philip G. Masenheimer Academic Phil To Study Forestry Eating Pizza Pie H. R. Pres. 1, V. Pres. 3g Intramurals I.2,33 Dramatics Club lg Ili-Y 1,2,33 Gymnastics Club 13 Biology Club 23 Play 2,35 Thespians 2,33 Chorus 3. Roger A. Meckley Industrial Arts Roger Electrician Watching Basketball Games Hunting and Fishing Club 1,23 Intramurals 1.2. Milton J. Menchey Academic Bud Photographer Cars Hunting and Fishing Club 1,25 Band I,2,33 Orchestra 1,2, 33 Hi-Y 1,23 Tennis 132,33 Orange and Black 23 Nornir 3. ,ludilh A. Metcalfe Academic Author Dramatics Club 13 Band 1. 123' Thes ians 23' Driver Moo-moo Eating Subs 2,35 Delphians 1.2.31 Y-Teens Training 2' Cooking Club 2' y Q - P a 1 Q c - Play 2,35 Operetta 2: Nornir 3g Orange 84 Black 3: Samuel B. Michael Chorus 3. Academic To Succeed in College Orchestra 1.2.33 Intramural Club 2. Sam Playing Basketball s 1.2.3g Hunting and Fishing ' Dale H. Miller Academic Willy Carpenter Crafts Dolores A. Miller Commercial Dolly Secretary Watching T. V. Girls' Ahtlt-tic Club 1.2g R j!.m.,.g!,0,,.f fl... his .J 'np-wif tAl'ee yedfd Norma J. Miller Academic Norm Music Career Playing the Piano Music Appreciation Club 1,2g Play 1.2.3g Chorus 1,2.3: Girls' Ensemble 1.2.33 Quartet 3g Y-Teens 1,2.3g Delphians 1.2.33 Operetta 23 Thespians 2.3: Student Council 1.2: H. R. Pres. 1g Nornir 3. Flora A. Milner Academic Flora Nurse Music Arr Club 2. Peggy ,l. Morehead Commercial Peg Secretary Reading Good Books Red Cross 1.2: Girls' Athletic Club 15 Music .Appreciation 21 Teachf-r's Sec. 2.3. Gary L. Mummert Industrial Arts Mum Building Contractor Working on My Ford Football 1g Intramurals 1g H. R. Sec.-Treas. l. L 1 t S-I i. uv' Ni' we lfLl"l'l06! iA2 Vernon L. Null Academic Vern Penn State Driving My Car Intramurals l,2,3g Hunting and Fishing Club 1.2. Norinan R. Palmer General Norm To Play College Football Playing Football Football 1.2.33 Basketball l.2g Track 1.2.34 Class Treas. lg Basketball Club lg H. R. Treas. l. V. Pres. 2: Intra- murals 1.2.3. Sandra A. Pennewill Commercial Sandy Private Secretary Listening to WCAG Y-Teens l.2.3g Delphians l,2.3g Band l,2,3: Intramurals l,2,3: H. R. Sec. lg Play 23 Majorette 2.33 Student Council 2: Cooking Club 2g Teacher's Sec. 2.3g Nornir 3. Williaili E. Poist Acadmeic Goldie Industrial Engineer Athletics Basketball l.2,3g Tennis 1.2.33 Hi-Y l,2,3g Intramurals l,2,3g Basketball Club 1.23 H. R. Pres. 23 Class Treas. 2,33 Chorus 2.33 Nomir 3. William L. Muntz Industrial Arts Bill Carpenter Driving Football 1,24 Track l,2,3: Tumbling Club 1.2g Intra- murals lg H. R. Sec. 2. Nelson j. Myers General Nelson Radio 81 Television Repairman Operating :Xinateur Radio Hunting S1 Fishing Club lg Intramurals 2: Nletal Shop Club 2. Sandra .I. Myers Academic Sandy Nurse Eating and Talking Band 1.2.3g Nlusic Appreciation Club 2g Y-Teens 3. Susan J. Nickey Academic Sue Nurse Reading Y-Teens 1.2.34 Library Assistant 1.2.31 Drainatics Club lg Driver Training 2g Nornir 3. mic!nigAf oi! ..,. 13' Nd . 1--'-.,, 'if' 'K "'b-v Elf '7' " .li Cin Steve A. Riddle Academic To Go To F. 81 M. Intramurals l,2,3g Hunting and Fishing Club 2,35 Hi-Y 2g Gymnastics Club 2. Barry L. Ross General To Study Agriculture at Penn State Hunting and Fishing Club l,2g Football l,2. Alice J. Royer Academic To Travel Through the U. S. 'I' Kattie V. Hebert Commercial Kattie To Travel Around the World Singing Dancing Club lg Chorus l,2,3g Orange and Black 1.2.35 Girls' Athletic Club lg Y-Teens l,2.3g Dramatics Club lg Intramurals l,2,3: Music Appreciation Club 25 Operetta 23 Driver Training 2g Teacher's Sec. 2.3. Edgar A. Reitzel General Eddie Phys. Ed. Teacher Athletics Football l,2,3g Basketball l.2.3g Track 1,2,3g Red Cross lg Basketball Club l.2g Intramurals l,2,3g Hi-Y 1.2.3. Virginia A. llenoll General Ginny Homemaker Watching T. V. Girls' Athletic Club 2: Teacher's Sec. 2. Thomas E. Rickrode Industrial Arts Rick Navy Career Sleeping Hunting and Fishing Club l.2g Intramurals 1.2. our :Senior memorieri Squirrel Eating l g Baseball Farmer Eating Oopie Dancing Chorus lg Play l,2,3g H. R. Sec. lg Girls' Athletic Club lg Y-Teens l,2,3g Orange and Black l.2,3g Thespians 2,33 Nornir 35 Cooking Club 2. William E. Scheivert Academic Piidge Professional Drummer Playing in Dance Bands Band l,2,3: Intramurals l,2,3g Orchestra 3. N TH'-is 'Q ,lane E. Sell Commercial Janie To Save 52,000 in 3 years Baking Cookies Intramurals 1,23 Girls' Athletic Cluub 1,23 Teacher's Sec. 2,33 Chorus 13 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Class Play 2. ,lane U. Shafer Academic Janie Kindergarten Teacher Traveling Y-Teens 1,2,33 Student Council 1,2,33 Bridge Club 13 Delphians lg Orange and Black 1,2,33 Red Cross 1, V. Pres. 23 H. R. Pres. 23 Rhetoric Club 23 Nornir Editor- in-Chief 3. Susan M. Shafer Academic Sue Field of Education Reading Student Council 13 Delphians lg Dramatics Club 13 Bridge Club 13 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Orange and Black 1.2.33 Rhetoric Club 23 H. R. V. Pres. 2, Pres. 33 Nomir 3. Audrey E. Shaffer Academic Audie Medical Secretary Singing Chorus 1,2,33 Girls' Ensemble 1.2,33 Delphians 1,2,3Q Y-Teens 2,33 Operetta 23 Bridge Club 23 Red Cross 2g H-'GS LUQPQ CLIQCJJCLJ' 334' Ni Lola M. Shaffer Commercial Frogie Secretary Reading Intramurals 1,23 Band 1,2,33 Y-Teens 2,33 Girls' Athletic Club 23 Driver Training 23 Teacher's Sec. 2,3. Dorothy R. Shank General Dot Housekeeper Collecting Records Clara L. Shaw Academic Clara M.S. in Nursing Needlework Nornir 3: Chorus 33 Red Cross 33 Play 3g Driver Train- ing 3g Intramurals 3. Clyde E. Shearer Commercial Whitie Restaurant Owner Listening to Lawrence Welk Driver Training lg Press Club 13 Orange and Black 132,33 Music Appreciation Club 23 Tea-1cher's Sec. 3. Richard L. Shellman Academic Captain. ,I et Pilot Sports 4' Football 1,2,31 Intramurals 1.21 Wrestling 1.2.31 Track 1.2.31 Boys' Athletic Club 2. D .sf Judith 1. Sholl Commercial Judy Medical Secretary Trying to Drive Band 1.2.31 Y-Teens 1.2.31 Delphians 1,2,31 Intramurals 1.2.31 Cirls' Athletic Club 11 Dramatics Club 11 H. R. Sec. 1. Sec'-Trfas. 21 Nlajorette 2.31 Cooking Club 21 Play 2.31 Teacher! Sec. 2.31 Nornir 3. Ernest R. Shriver Academic Mohawk To Raise Cattle in Maryland Eating and Sleeping Hi-Y 1.2.31 Band 1.2.31 Biology Club 21 Intramurals 1.2.3. J: Marlene R. Siclenstricker Commercial Pete Prixutf- St-crm-tary llriving and Heading Band 1.2.31 Y-Teens 1.2.31 Intramurals 21 Drive-r Training 21 Teafhf-r's Sec. 2.3: Nornir 3. 0lfU" I"Q6l,I'7lg l0l"0I'l'l an Ronald lf. Smith Industrial Arts Smit!! Farmer Reading i joan Ni. Snyder , rf Commercial Josie lids.. Medical Secretary Skating xx ,W Girls' Athletic Club 21 Tr-acl1er's Sec. 3. Ann lVl. Spangler Academic AWN BS. in Nursing Swililllliflg Intramurals 11 1-Tm-ns 1.2. Corresponding Sec. 31 Dol- ' phians 1.2. Historian 31 Chorus 1.2.31 Rhetoric Club 21 Nornir 3. Jeannette 11. Spangler 5 Commercial I -IfU'f"f' f Private Secrq-tary Dancing and Skating .9 Chorus 1.2.32 Studi-nt Count-il 1.2.31 Library Assistant 11 V Operetla 21 Cooking Club 21 Driver Training 21 Offici- Sec. 2.31 Nornir 3. -3 Ak D I Titus: Lloyd R. Stair Industrial Arts Spud To Join the Navy Reading Magazines at Newcomers Football 1. Brenda K. Stambaugh Commercial Brenda Medical Secretary Eating Subs and Cheering Intramurals 1,2,3g Cheerleading 1,2, Capt. 3g Girls' Athletic Club l,2g Y-Teens 12,33 Delphians 1.2, Treas. 35 Orange Sr Black 13 Class Play 2g Te-ar'her's Sec. 2.3: Nomir 3: l'I. R. See.-Treas. 3. Larry IQ. Staurler Academic Monsieur Rouge Musician Listening to Good Music Banrl l,2.3g Orvbestra 2,31 lnrtamurals l. Audrey C. Sterner Commercial Audie Sa-eretary Going to Shippensburg H. R. V. Pres. 1,3: Chorus l,2,3g Operetta 23 Cooking Club 23 Nornir 3g Teacher's Secretary 2,3. OUP 50 8I'l'Ll'l C0l'l'll'l'I,Ql'lCel'l'lQI'lt. Charlotte lVI. Sterner Commercial Charlotte Secretary Going to the Football Games Chorus 13 Cooking Club 2g Teacher's See. 2.3. Gloria L. Sterner Commercial Gloria Secretary Watching T. V. Bridge Club 15 Driver Training 21 Y-Teens 2g Cooking Club 23 Te-ac'her's Sec. 2,3. Anna 5. Stewart Commercial Ann Secretary Bowling Intramurals 1.2,3g Rhetoric Club lg Driver Training 2g Teacher's Sec. 2.33 Y-Teens 25 Red Cross 3g Nornir 3. Patsy A. Stremmel Commercial Pa! Secretary Watching T. V. Chorus lg Girls' Athletic Club 1.2g Intramurals 1: Teacher's Sec. 2.3. 66- ss' sv- ,7 . f,f .ga ' its 49 1 v'1:' aw W' mg Ronald If. Taylor Industrial Arts Air Force Master Sergeant Intramurals 2,3. Joyce A. Trimmer General To Buy an Olds Intramural l.2,3g Y-Teens l.3g Girls' Athletic Charlotte M. Trish Commercial Private Secretary Dancing Club 2g Tc-achcr's Sec. 2. Linda M. Trone Commercial Secretary or Accountant Watching 'No QT.. Ron Racing Hot Rod Bren-da's Club 1.2. Trishie Bowling Linda Television Y-Teens lg Orange and Black l,2,3g Intramurals lg F. Edward P. Stull Industrial Arts Ed To Join the Navy Driving Donald C. Sullivan Industrial Arts Don 'Vlason Huntin and Fishin 1 g g Football 1,29 Intramurals l,2,3g Hunting and Fishing Club 2. Margaret H. Sullivan Home Economics Margie lsloinemal-:er Talking on the Phone Tumbling Club Ig Chorus 1.2.31 Red Cross 1.2.3. Nevin H.. Sullivan General Nev Electrician Playing Cards Band 1,2,3. jkifi id on g one ckalafer Aix VN? bin: 'T' QW' H. A. 2,33 Teacher's Sec. 3. Nancy L. Trone Home Economics Nan To Travel Ice Skating or Swimming Y-Teens lg Girls' Athletic Club l.2g Intramurals 1.3g William D. Trone Industrial Arts Willy Electrician Driving Intramurals 2,3. Dawn lVl. Ijffelnian General Shorty Women's Marine Corps Participating in Sports Intramurals l,2,3: Girls' Athletic Club 1.2: Yffeens I. Kenneth E. Unger Academic Ken Metallurgist Reading Band 1.2.33 Orange and Black l.2.3g Press Club lg Hi-Y 1.2.31 Intramurals l.2g Play 2g Student Council 31 Nornir 33 Driver Training 3g I-I. R. V. Pres. 3. f 1 'S' if 4? Kr X 'bane """'t '::" 0 OMF 5f0l"y- fx O' "mmf vtsvf' 0 ... , R-5 Richard A. Walton Academic Dick Chemical Engineer Swimming and Ice Skating Football Ig H.R. V. Pres. l,2, Treas. 3g Hunting and Fishing Club 1,2g Play 2: Intramurals 2.3. Martha P. Warner Home Economics Marty Homemaker Cooking and Sewing Chorus l.2,3. Stanley F. Warner Academic Stan Wildlife Conservationist Hunting Basketball 2g Football manager 3g Intramurals 31 Nornir 34 Biology Club 2. Clarence W. Weaver General Skeet Shoe Industry Playing Basketball Intramural l.2g Driver Training 2. 3 ire C. Daniel Weber Academic Ape Insurance Agent Cars Hunting and Fishing Club 2g l'liAY 3. Donna l.. Weber Home Economics Snooky To Find a Good job Serving Dairy Queen Driver Training 2: lnrtainurals 3. Cornelia A. Weiitz Commercial Corky Bank Clerk Giving Parties Girls' Atlilctir Club l: Cooking Club 23 'lt-arlic-rl Sw. 3. Shirley lVl. lverner Academic Stub Nlodival 5t't'l't'li.il'y Writing Letters H. R. Sec. lg Press Club lg lntraniurals 1,23 Nlusic Ap- preciation Club 23 Red Cross 23 Y-Tc-ons 1.2.31 Orange and Black l.2,3: Nornir 3. Dogg' i' '7 IOX noi fine en , l Pa Q..-7 . 'F' """4v- K-.1 Judith A. Wlildsin Commercial Little Soup Secretary Participating in Sports Band 1,2,3g lntraniurals 1.2.32 Girls' Atliletit' Club 1.2. james C. Williaiiis General Jake Mason Hunting Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Intramurals 1.2: Archery Club 2. Eileen P. Wisensale Academic Sis Telephone Operator Dancing Cheerleader 1,2,3g Chorus 1.2: Y-Teens 1.23 Dancing Club 13 Tumbling Club 2: Intramurals 1.23: Student Council 2,3. Donna Lee Yingling Academic Donna Nurse Writing Letters Red Cross 1,25 Chorus l.2g Press Club lg Orange and Black 1.2,3g Y-Teens 1.2: Music Appreciation Club 2g H. R. Pres. 2. 1 , Suzanne Zacharias .Q Academic Suzy To Be Successful in College Listening to Top Tunes Y-Teens l. V. Pres, 2, Sec. 3: Intramurals l.2.3g Driver Training l: Student Council lg Dancing Club lg Band l. 2.3: Nlajorotte l,2.3g H. R. See. 2. Pres. 3: Class Sec. 3. as Susan V. Zartman General Sue Marriage Listening to WCAO H. R. Pres. lg Band l,2g Y-Teens 1.23 Intramurals l,2.3: Delphians 1.2: Red Cross 1.2: Dramatics Club lg Major- ette 2: Girls' Athletic Club 2. Eileen G. Zelesnick Academic Eileen Speech Therapist Listening to Music Y-Teens l: Chorus lg Dramatics Club lg Band 2: Nornir rite, a. 22.1 Doris L. Zunibrum Commercial Zummie Secretary Eating Good Food Girls' Athletic Club l.2.3: Driver Training 2: Intramurals 2.3: Teacher's Sec. 3. Auf fAe Aegiruein . "Ning Reading maketh a full man.-Bacon 79 lil lov iii Our Story ends. -alrixe ,ff


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