Eichelberger High School - Nornir Yearbook (Hanover, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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WILLIAM I RAUBENSTINE HENRY C BANGE IANITOHS B111 and Henry take a breather SEVEN IOAN BEAVER ENGLISH - GUIDANCE W Ki' Qi' fix A peek mto the mtncate wotkmgs of fhe quid lb cmce off: ce :E SARAH R DIEHL ENGLISH Students take In desk top talk from Mrs Dzehl 15 RICHARD H BRUBAKER ENGLISH MATH Mr Brubaker demonstrafes the art of salesman shzp to Andy Gremer EMT EIGHT 'Q-I MARY L MENGES ENGLISH Miss Menges helps Tom Rouzer in the art of syntacticcl writing. RALPH W HAMME ENGLISH Our lecturing lecturer leans on lectern NINE GERTRUDE V. WALKER Lxnluuwm Miss Walker peruses some additions to the library, is ERLE K DIEHL PROBLEMS or AMERICAN DEMOCRACY ack Baker makes a last mmute check on hrs grades wrth Mr Drehl M PEARL BLETTNER WORLD HISTORY Ancrent cIvIlIzatIons get the tull treatment from Miss Blettner and Pat Keeney TEN IRA L GEISELMAN II AMERICAN HISTORY Mr. Geiselman reviews current events before beginning class. RICHARD L MCCOOL PROBLEMS or DEMOCRACY CONSUMER Enucsriou DRIVER TRAINING Mr McCool one of those who develop sate drivers for the roads ol Pennsylvania IS seen in action with Soma Bankert behind the wheel -g rww Lf...-1 Mr. Brubaker and Mr. Stott record grades, while the able hand ot Miss Myers helps Ron- ald Bollinger with his French assignment. s NL STEVE PADIEN AMERICAN HISTORY WORLD HISTORY Mr. Padjen seems to be puzzling over the spell ing ot a student's handiwork. ELEVEN LLOYD H. KEMP BIOLOGY Mr Kemp pomts out the unusual anatomy ol some wee beastIe HOLMAN Z LEESE PHYSICS CHEMISTRY Mr Leese demonstrates the proper way to solve a physms problem ALBERT L KLINGER BIOLOGY ADVANCED SCIENCES PHYSICS Mr KlInger smIles mystenously wlIIle contem platmg the members of hxs class g-.-?.f-'-" TWELVE 'gill .....""'Z 'J N GERALD M WERTZ GLADYS HAMM PLAN: AND Soun Gr:oME'rnY Tmconomsrnv VOCATIONAL MATH CHE Mlsrmf GUIDANCE lack and Tom Baker show a smxlmg Mr Weriz how THEY would do the experxment Miss Hamm constructs congruent triangles with G COUZPGSS. ,,,al so '4 A 1 X . X 1-Hm'rs1:N FRED O. KREUTER ,Q ALGEBRA-SHOP MATH XA 2 Mr. Kreuter and lane Kump square away xx A 5 square root. G CALVIN STOTT INDus'rmA1. ARTS Mr Slot! carefully replaces one ol fhe many tools found m the shop Vx ROBERT D OVERLY INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr Overly teaches George Worley how to weld welll .1 FOURTEEN MARIAN Z SNYDER Home Economics An action yet to be named is performed by Mrs. Snyder for the beneht of Georgia Deatriclc and Christine Leathery. E IAN E OYLER Orrick: PRACTICE STENOGRAPHY TYPING The head of Sandy Forty lzslens attentxvely io e clxctatzon of Miss Oyler wr' Q v' WILSON A STREIGHTIFF Typmc GENERAL BUSINESS Mr Strezghtxfl carefully scruhmzes the typing of Dave Rodman, while Ruby Myers IS workmg on hxs left """!1 'ESU IOHN H PAUL BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING BUSINESS MATH Four Izlcely candzdates for bookkeepzng confer wzth Mr Paul about the mtrxcacxes of math FIFTEEN ELIZABETH B BUCHER GIRLS HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mrs Bucher gxves Conme Auchey hrs! hand mformatxon on the whys and whereiores of pulse takmg -sf H ELIZABETH SPANGLER SCHOOL Nuns: Miss Spangler makes sure that Donna Lau is healthy. HAROLD L REESE Boys HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION A class of healthy boys Izstens attentxvely Mr Reese I. I SIXTEEN rx 'W HAROLD S GRUVER FRENCH SPANISH WW A sleepy Mr Gruver enters school ready lor another days torl? BEATRICE M MYERS LATIN FRENCH Mzss Myers and Mr Mann compare test an swers while lim Wltmer gazes mournlully mio space '61 'if 0-'ol 3f"ll MRS HA'I'l'IE GROVE IANITRIZSS '.Oc Hi fl' 0 lb IJ 1-I' Mrs Grove carries the news SEVENTEEN A I .. ' J., k I' , u A A is f in 1 f .' fs ' ff' ' :O u J N 4 ' ' - Whether Piled Into An Ancient Auto, Or Dignified In Their Caps And Gowns, No Need To Tell You That They're SENIORS- E an D5 Q39 ,geibf Meg THE MEMBERS OE THE GRADUATING CLASS 0E 1958 if Xt in ' 'ESQ ,KU et 5 W 45 A 1 "'S 1 'V' , .4 ' V 0 xx so ' ,fl Qs sg lu- P Q7 my S l ' I ,. , ., , ' . ' Tf : a-, t 'S lflf' Ji qg y 851,3- .-5 3' P "2... WW W' ,W X ,I ,O .4 "' . fi! I 5 Sy ', " ' "Ll: " we-5 A ' 'W ' " W 'Y' 4' 7 is-1 ru- 9 'N 7 M x . 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"QQ"-:Ng ' ' 1 Q. x S Simon Crass OFFICERS President Susan Hollmger Vlce Presrdent Tom Good Secretary Linda Grove and Treasurer Donald Walker examme the results ot a play txcket sales campaign wxth class advzsers Mzss Oyler and Mr Paul THESE WERE THE SENIORS SEPTEMBER or 1955 That was the begmnmg That was the hrst month of school at E H S for the members of the Class of 58 And 11ke all Soph omores before them and all Sophomores to come they were qulckly engulfed by the busy swlrl ot school act1v1t1es Laughter and work play and study the mgredlents of a Sophomores lxfe They cheered the1r football team dxssected grass peanutsll learned axloms and theorems declen slons and conyugatlons typlng and metalworking presented the Sophomore play lthls year called The Remarkable Inc1dent at Carson s Corners l and cooperated w1th the Iumors ln present1ng the Prom Evemng ln Pans September of 1956 Now they were 1n the mld dle Harder work longer studylng more QCt1Vl tres were the key words of the Iunlor year Cheer 1ng thelr champlonshlp basketball team sell1ng sweatsh1rts emblazoned wlth the school emblem meetmg Orange and Black deadlmes playmg on lntramural teams presenting Strange Borders the Iunlor play and planmng wlth the Sopho mores for the Prom Aquamarlne made up the Iumor year September of 1957 And tlnally they were Sen 1ors And wlth characterlstlc enthusxasm they plunged 1nto typtcal Senlor acttvltxes sell1ng Narnzrs tradmg pxctures rehearsing and present mg the Senior play Onlons ln the Stew And of course on the gr1d1ron and the basketball court the mats and the tenms court the track and the baseball dlamond the Semors dlstlngulshed them selves by d1splay1ng flne athletlc sklll And the last few months shdxng by so swlftly Easter vacahon the last H1 Y and Y Teen meetmgs the last book report the hnal baseball game the Prom and then graduatlon Another class graduates another chapter closes Behmd them three years ot hard work and good tlmes, ahead the future TWENTY ' I I u Q 1 u u I I - hoppers, worked on their class project tselling . . .. . . .. I I I I n - 1 u . ' I I I I - I I ll 1 u u ll. I -i ' ' I ' ' - I u I u- I I I ' I I , , I - I ' 'H Our school is up to date with its system of bells as Larry Harman plays Dragnet as the signal to change classes Ed Cohn and lim Becker appear quite uncon cerned but Susie Angel and Susie Bzttmger seem to be chucklmg over what Billie Cullison has to say iff.: ls this a move to stulf the ballot box? Fred Staufler and Wilbur Spangler seem to be doing just that. But actually, Larry Study and Buddy Bream, as student council members, still hold the upper hand. ill TWENTY ONE x' XXX Q .xr .A l gt .l , f Q'- 9 -. ' -Q. M , Za .s Q. .g. 1 X, I - . . I f , i .we . fs .vi I ,N , , , A, K, t .1 gif.-t-w -r g l l H44 N. ,A nfl Q4 'Qi' Xxx? - L, L L ,, X , I . .X kr . ,Y XX ,r - " Q , s 1 - ' ' -. 1 - , , X ' SUSAN MARIE ANGEL Commercial Susie Band 1, 2, 35 Press Club 15 Photography Club 25 Nornir 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3. DONALD EUGENE ARTER Gen eral Don Driver Training 2. BARBARA ANN ATTLESBERGER Academic Barb A. Student Council 15 Press Club I5 Speech Club 25 I-Iomeroom Sec. lg Orange and Black I, 2, 35 Nornir 35 Cheerleader l, 2, Co-Cap- tain 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Y-Teens, Pres. of Class l, 3, Vice-Pres. of Club 25 Delphians l, 2, 3. LINDA LEE AUCHEY General Lyn Girls' Athletic Club 15 Dancing Club 2. IOHN WILLIAM BAKER Academic Beal: Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Play l, 35 Speech Club 25 Home- room Pres. 1, 2, 35 Basketball Student Manager 15 Baseball l, Z, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Ir. Hi-Y Adviser l, 2, 35 I-Ii-Y 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3. THOMAS BAKER Academic T-Bone Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Thespians 1, 2, 35 Play I, 25 Drum Major 35 I-Ii-Y 3. PATRICIA ANN BANGE Academic Pat Horneroom Sec. 35 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE MARIE BANKERT General Charlotte Bridge Club 25 Metal Shop 15 Driver Training 2. LARRY IRVIN BANKERT Industrial Arts Larry LESTER L. BANKERT Industrial Arts es RONALD F, R. BARNHART lndustrial Arts Barney HENRY BAUGHER Industrial Arts Baugher Wrestling 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Z, 3. KAY LOUISE BAUSERMAN Commercial Weeze Transfer lrom Marietta, Pa.5 Chorus 35 Intramurals 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. BARRY BEALING Industrial Arts lock Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3. AMES D BECKER I . Academic lim Track 35 Intramurals 3. IOAN BECKER Academic Ioan Band 1, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1, 25 F. T. A. 35 Public Speaking Club 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, Class Vice-Pres. 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. PAUL THOMAS BECKER General Nature Boy Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Hunting cmd Fishing Club 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2. PATRICIA L. BERWAGER Commercial Pat Nornir 35 Thespians 2, 35 Play 2, 35 Driver Training 25 Girls' Athletics 15 Dancing Club 15 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. SUZANNE BI'I'I'INGER Academic Suzy B. Nornir Co-Art Editor 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Sec. 25 Press Club 15 Delphians I, 2, Vice-Pres. 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 3. RICHARD BOLLINGER Industrial Arts Tip Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3. Fi"- DONALD C. BOWERSOX Academic Sox Red Cross 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. PAUL M. BOWERSOX General Butch Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2, 3. BERNICE ROSEMARY BREAM Commercial Rosemary Y-Teens 1, 2, Intramurals 2, Dancing Club lg Bridge Club 25 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. ROY ARON BREAM General Buddy Track lg Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3. CAROL L. BROWN Academic Lucy Nornir 3, Red Cross l, 2, 35 Orange and Black l, 2, 35 F. T. A. 2, Pres. 37 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 25 Mixed Chorus l, 25 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 35 Operetta lg Bridge Club 25 Press Club lg Play lg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. ERNEST EUGENE BROWN General Gene Intramurals 35 Wood Shop 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1. GARY CROMER BROWN General Brownie Hunting mid Fishing Club lg Wood Shop 1. HARRIET ANNE CAMPBELL Academic H arriet Orange mid Black 21 F. T. A. 2, 35 Library Assistant I, 2, 35 Home- room Treas. 2: Press Club 15 Dancing Club 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. ION CHRONISTER Industrial Arts Ion Track 17 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. EDWARD CLAPSADDLE Industrial Arts Clap Intrmnurals 21 Hunting mid Fishing Club l, 2, 3. NIKKI L. CLARK Academic Nik Transfer from Ocean City, N. 1.5 Nomir 35 Orange and Black 2, Editor 35 Y-Teens 2, Sec. 3: Delphians 2, 3. EDWARD SAUL COHN Academic Ed Student Council 1, 2, 35 Nomir 35 Speech Club 15 Intramurals 35 Track 2, 35 Football l, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Library Club l, 2, 3. BILLIE ANN CULLISON Commercial Billie Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Delphians l, 2, 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Operetta 15 Chorus 15 Bridge and Chess Club 25 Driver Training 25 Nomir 35 Press Club 1. T. EARL CULP, III lndustrial Arts Ted Football 1, 25 Track 15 Wrestling 15 Athletic Club l. DOROTHY LEE DEARDORI-'F Academic Dotty Band 1, Z, 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Intra- murals 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 2, Treas. 35 Driver Train- ing 25 Public Speaking 2. SANDRA LEE DEARDORFF Academic Sandi Nomir 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Play 15 Intra- murals 1, 2, 35 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Public Speaking 25 Press Club 1. HERBERT W. DEGROFT Academic Slim Baseball 15 Intramurals 1. GEOFFREY DESCHEEMAEKER Academic left I-li-Y 15 Chess Club 15 Hunting Club 2, 3. IOAN MARIE DICKENSHEETS Commercial Ioanie Library Assistant 1, 2, 35 Library Club 15 Girls' Metal Club 25 'l'eacher's Sec. 2, 3. BRUCE EHRHART Academic Killer Track l, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Boys' Athletic Club 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 2. Girls' IUDY E. EPLEY Home Economics Iudy F. H. A. Vice-Pres. 25 Cooking Club 1, 2. WENDELL S. FELIX General Whitey Band l, 2, 3: Hi-Y l, 2, Intramurals 2, 35 Operetta lg Biology Club 1: Wood Shop Club I, 25 Play l. THOMAS FERGUSON Academic Ferg Transfer from Piqua Central High School: Student Council 1, Z5 Orange and Black 35 Hi-Y 35 Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball lg Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3. RONALD FIDLER Industrial Arts Fid Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2. RICHARD FIELDS Industrial Arts Dick PAT FISHEL Academic Pal Nornir 35 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. VERA IOYCE FORBES Commercial Io Athletic Club lg Girls' Metal Club 2, Teacher's Sec. 3. WILLIAM K. FOREMAN Academic Monk Band l, 2, 35 Orange and Black 3, Hi-Y l, 3, Chorus l, 2: Intra- murals 3g Homeroom Treas. l, Sec. 27 Operetta lg Tennis l, 2, 3: Music Composition Club 2, 3. GLENN ALLAN FUI-IRMAN Industrial Arts Glenn Football lg Track lp Gymnastic Club lg Photography Club l. SALINE KAY GARRETT Commercial Kay Homeroom Sec. 25 Girls' Metal Shop Club 2: Teacher's Sec. 2, 3 LORETTA IEAN GEIMAN Commercial Loretta Intramurals 2: Girls' Athletic Club l: Girls' Metal Shop 2: Teach- er's Sec. 3. THOMAS L. GOOD Academic Tom Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball l, 2: Intramurals 3: Class Vice-Pres. 2, 3: Homeroom Pres. 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y I, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Track Z, 3. RONALD WARREN GOODERMUTH General Ron Intramurals 3. DAVID A. GROFT Academic Dave Band l, 2, 3: Intramurals 3: Biology Club 1: Projection Club 2 LINDA GROVE Academic Lynn Student Council 1, 2, Sec. 3: Nornir 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Thespians 2, 3: Play 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2: Delphians I, 2, 3: Class Sec. 2, 3: Public Speaking Club 2: Driver Training 2. BARRY GUNNETT General lakie Driver Training l. ELIZABETH HANSON Academic Betty Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Play 3: Chorus l, 2, 3: Intra- murals 2, 3: Operetta 1: Dancing Club 2. LARRY ALLAN HARMAN Academic Harmy Student Council 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Nornir 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3: Homeroom Sec. 3: Basketball Club 1: Music Composition Club 2, 3: District Band 3. DOROTHY HARNER Academic Dotty Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1: Music Appreciation Club 1: Dramatics Club 2. MARGIE SUE HARRELL Commercial Sue Library Assistant 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 2: Teacher's Sec. 3: Metal Shop Club 2: Driver Training 3: Library Club 1. H. WILLIAM HARTLAUB Industrial Arts Harty Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. WILLIAM FRANKLIN HARTLAUB Bill General Orange and Black 25 Intramurals 35 Photography Club 25 Driver Training 2. EARL LESTER HAWK Commercial Sonny Thespians l, 2, 35 Play 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Basketball Club 25 Archery Club Vice-Pres. 25 Play Student Di- rector 35 Track 1, 2. DONNA LEE HEAGY Academic Dee Red Cross 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. ROSE MARIE HEINDEL Commercial Rosie. Library Assistant 1, 2, 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Metal Shop Club Z5 Library Club 15 Driver Training 3. DALE HEUSNER Industrial Arts Fats Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Archery 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. IAMES M. HOPE General lim Wrestling 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. SUSAN HOLLINGER Academic Susan Nornir 35 Orange and Black 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Thespians 1, 2, 35 Play 15 Intramurals 35 Delphians 1, 2, Pres. 35 Class Pres. 35 Homeroom Sec. 1. BE'l'l'Y IO HUGHES General Bet Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Archery Club 15 'I'eacher's Sec. 2. IOHN EDWARD I'IUT'I'ON Academic Iohnny Student Council 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Red Cross 1, Vice Pres. Z5 Hi-Y 35 Play 35 Chorus l, 25 Operetta 15 Music Composi tion Club 2. STANTON DAVXD IRONS Academic Dave Student Council lg Hi-Y 2, Sec. 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3: Homeroom Pres. 1, Z5 Chemistry Club 25 Ping-Pong Club lg Basket- ball Club 3. NANCY LEE INGRAM General Nanc Dancing Club 1. IUDITH ELLEN IENNINGS General ludy Band l, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club lg Photography Club 2. RAY T. IOHNSON Industrial Arts Ray Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3. FRED IONES General Fred Student Council lg Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3. IUDITH A. KAEHLER Commercial ludy Driver Training 2, Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Archery Club 1. LINDA LEE KALTREIDER Commercial Linda Nornir 35 Y-Teens 1, 2j Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Metal Shop 15 Bridge Club 2g Driver Training 2. STEPHEN G. KEENEY Academic S leve Hunting and Fishing Club 1. ALLEN KEISER Academic Al Intramurals 1, 2, 3. ERNEST G. KESSLER, IR. Academic Em Student Council 2, Band 1, 2, 35 Nornir Business Manager 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Thespians 1, 3, Sec. 25 Play 1, 2: Intramurals 3: Home- room Pres. 35 F. T. A. Z, 35 Wood Shop 1, Alchemist 2. PATRICIA ANN KLEPPER Commercial Pat Band 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens Z, 35 Dancing Club I5 Photography Club 2. BARBARA KOPP General Barb Play 15 Chorus I5 Girls' Athletic Club 15 Photography Club 2. LLOYD KRAMER Academic Lloyd Student Council 35 Orange and Black 35 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 1, 25 Biology Club 15 Chemistry Club 2. MARIAN S. KURTZ Commercial Marian Library Assistant 1, 2, 35 Library Club I5 Metal Shop 25 Driver Training 25 Teacher's Sec. 3. LONNA MARIE LAPHAM Academic Lonna Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra I, 25 Librarian 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Library Assistant .I5 Thespians 1, 2, 35 Play l, 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 35 Operetta lg Cooking Club 15 Music Appreciation Club 2. RICHARD E. LEASE General Dick Intramurals 1, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Driver Training I ROBERT B. LEHIGH General Bob HiLY 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball I, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. DONNA LI'I"I'LE General Donna Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Press Club I. I. FRANK LITTLE Commercial Sam Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Archery Club 15 Alchemist Club 2. SANDRA D. LI'I'l'LE General Sandi' Y-Teens 1, 25 Intramurals 35 Teacher's Sec. 25 Archery Club 1. Ri ROBERT L. MARCHIO General Marsh Nornir Photographer 35 Thespians 1, 2, 3: Play I, 2, 35 Photog- raphy Club Pres. 1. EVA MAE MARKLE Academic EVO Orange and Black l, 2, 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Chorus 35 Intramurals 2, 35 F. T. A. 25 Driver Training Z5 Press Club l. M. ELAINE MARTZ Academic Elaine Band l, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Play 35 Intramurals I, 35 Delphians l, 2, 35 Music Appreciation Club 25 Driver Training 2. IUDY A. MCDONALD Commercial Iud Student Council 3: Nornir 35 Red Cross I, 25 Thespians I, 2, 35 Play 1, 2, 35 Chorus 25 Intramurals 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, Captain 35 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Sec,-Treas. 2, 35 Press Club lg Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Orange and Black 2, 35 Y-Teens I, 2, Treas. 3. IOYCE MAE MCMASTER Commercial Ioycie Y-Teens 25 Play 15 'I'eacher's Sec. 35 Biology Club 15 Dancing Club 2. IACOUELINE D. MEREDITH Academic Dori Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. CLAIR E. MILLER Academic Clair Orange and Black 2, 35 Chess Club Z5 Bridge Club 2. DAWN LORRAINE MILLER Academic Dawn Nornir 35 Red Cross l, 2, 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 35 Play 35 Chorus 1, 25 Intramurals 15 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Operetta 1. LYNN MILLER General Rin-Tin-Tin Intramurals 35 Archery Club 1, 2. IUDITH ANN MOWRER Commercial Iudy Red Cross l, 2, 35 Orange and Black 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 3 library Assistant I, 2, 35 Press Club 15 Photography Club 2 Teacher's Sec. Z, 3. DARLENE FAY MUMMERT Commercial Dar Y-Teens 25 Biology Club 15 Teacher's Sec. 3. LARRY MUMMERT Industrial Arts Reds Track 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1. CARL NACE General Carl Boys' Athletic Club I5 Archery Club 2, BARBARA IEAN NOEL Academic Barb Band 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Play 35 Chorus 25 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Operetta 15 Archery Club 1, 2. ANDREA NOGGLE General Andy Y-Teens 15 Cooking Club lg Teacher's Sec. 25 Teenage Book Club Sec. l, 2. CAROLE LEE PALMER Academic Carole Band 1, 2, Librarian 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Delphians l, 2, 35 Travel Club 25 Driver Training 2. GWENDOLYN HARRIET PARR Commercial Gwen Y-Teens 1, 25 Teacher's Sec. 35 Press Club 1. SANDRA LOUISE RECK Academic Sandy Nornir 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Play 15 Intra- murals l, 2, 35 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Operetta 15 Press Club 15 Travel Club 25 Driver Training 2. BETTY MAE REICHART Academic Betty Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 35 F. T. A. 15 Driver Training 25 Travel Club 25 Press Club 1. DONALD I. REICHART Industrial Arts Don Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Archery Club 1, 2. I0 GARY REICHART General Miser Hi-Y I, 25 Baseball Manager lg Intramurals l, 2, 35 Archery Club lg Wood Shop 2. LARRY REINDOLLAR Academic Larry I-Ii-Y 35 Football 25 Basketball Z, 35 Track I, 2, 35 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Archery Club I5 Basketball Club 2, 3. IUDITH LOLINE RHODES General Horse Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Intramurals l, 2, General Manager 35 Homeroom Sec. l5 Archery Club l5 Dancing Club 2, 3. ANDREA LYNNE RICE Academic Andie Student Council 2, 35 Nornir Senior Editor 35 Press Club l5 Orange and Black 1, Z, 35 Y-Teens l, Treas, 2, Pres, 35 Library Assistant l, 2, 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Delphians l, 2, Sec. 35 Class Sec. l5 I-Iomeroom Vice-Pres. I, 35 Public Speaking Club 2. ARLET DARLENE RILL Commercial Becky Y-Teens 1, 25 Chorus l, 2, 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Music Appre- ciation Club I5 Biology Club 2. DAVID BRUCE RODMAN Academic Dave Student Council 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 35 Nornir 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas. 35 Football l, 2, Co-Capt, 35 Basketball I, 25 Track I, 2, 35 Intramurals 35 I-Iomeroom Pres. l, 25 Ir. I-Ii-Y Adviser l, 25 Basketball Club 2. LINDA IEAN ROESLER Academic Lin Transfer from Baltimore, Md.5 Nornir 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Play 2, 35 Delphians 2, 35 E. T. A. 35 Dramatics Club 3. PHYLLIS ANN ROHRBAUGH Commercial Phyl Driver Training 25 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. ROBERT ROHRBAUGH General Bob Intramurals 35 Archery Club 1, 2. MARTHA HARRIET ROTH Academic Hat Nornir Girls' Sports Editor 35 Orange and Black I, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Play I5 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Bridge Club 25 Delphians 1, 2, Treas. 35 Homeroom Vice-Pres. I, Sec. 2, Treas. 35 Press Club 15 Dramatics Club I5 Driver Training 1. ,pn- Intramurals 35 Metal Club 25 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. DAWN SANDRUCK Commercial Sandy IOHN H SCHULER IR Academic ack Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 H1-Y 1, , 35 Play , 2, 35 Thes- pians 1, 2, 35 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Football Club 2, 35 Archery Club l. TIMOTHY M. SELL Academic Groundhog Hi-Y l, 25 Play 35 Football 1, 25 Intramurals l, 2, 35 Football Club 'I 3 IOI-IN E SHIPLEY Academic CAROLYN SI-IOEMAKER Ag li Normr 3 YTeensl 2 3 Chorusl 2 Intramuralsl 2 3 Op etta l Brldge Club 2 Academic Carole HERBERT LEWIS SI-IOEMAKER Academic Gunner Red Cross I I-I1Y l 2 Play 3 Basketball l 2 3 Homeroom Treas. 25 Basketball Club l, 2, 3. MILLARD R. SHOFF Academic Sonny Hi-Y l, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Class Treas. 1, 25 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 25 Speech Club 15 Basket- ball Club 2. SUE ANN SHULTZ Academic Sue Nornir 35 Orange and Black I, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 25 Intramurals 2, 35 Delphians l, 2, 35 Operetta 15 Homeroom Treas. 1. 3. LARRY SMALL General Pee py Legs Basketball I, Z, 35 Basketball Club 1, 2, 3. IOAN L. SMEACH Academic Ioni Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Orange and Black 35 Archery Club I5 Dramatics Club 25 Chorus 35 Intramurals 2, 3. CHARLES SMITH Industrial Arts Smitty Track I, 25 Wrestling l, 25 Archery Club l, 2, 3. LINDA SMITH General Pinlcey Intramurals I, 2, 35 Archery Club l. KENNETH I. SNYDER General Ken Intramurals l, 2, 3. LEROY W. SNYDER, IR. Industrial Arts Tarzan Archery Club I, 2. KENT B. SPANGLER Academic Ching Band 35 Orange and Black 2, 35 Play 35 Football lg Basketball lg 'f'rc2ck315 Intramurals 2, 35 Homeroom Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 25 Hi-Y WILBUR MELVIN LEROY SPANGLER Academic Willie Play l, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 15 F. T. A. 35 Biology Club I5 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 35 Hi-Y 3. BE'I"I'Y LORETTA SPONSELLER Commercial Chub Play I, 35 Intramurals 1, Z, 35 Driver Training 25 Teacher's Sec. 2, 35 Dancing Club I5 Dramatics Club 25 Y-Teens l, 3. BONNIE IEAN SPONSELLER Commercial Bon Band l, 35 Chorus 25 Delphians 1, 2, 35 Camera Club 25 Girls' Athletic Club 15 Teacher's Sec. 35 Y-Teens l, 3. IEANETTE KATHERINE SPONSELLER Commercial Net Intramurals l, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Club I5 Y-Teens I, 2, 3. SONIA ANN SPONSELLER Academic Son Nornir 35 Orange and Black l, 2, 35 Intramurals 35 Delphians 2, 35 Press Club I5 Dancing Club 25 Y-Teens l, 2, 3. 13565 YVONNE S. SPONSELLER General Vonnie Girls' Athletic Club l5 Y-Teens l, 3. PAYE STAMBAUGH General Faye Band l. FRED ALLEN STAUFFER Academic Fred Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Play 35 F. T. A. 35 Track l, 2, 35 Intramurals 15 Operetta lg Music Appreciation Club 2. BEVERLY ANN STERNER Commercial Bev Nornir 35 Red Cross 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 25 Intra murals 35 Delphicrns 1, 2, 35 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. LINDA IANE STERNER Academic Linda Orchestra 2, 35 Nornir Associate Editor 35 Orange and Black 5 3 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Thespians l, Z, Pres. 35 Play 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Homeroorn Pres. l, 2, 35 Class Vice-Pres. 15 Operetta I5 Music Theory Club 2, MARK STONESIFER Industrial Arts Stony Band 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 3. NEVIN STREMMEL lndustrial Arts Nevin LARRY BRIAN STUDY Academic Stud Student Council 1, 2, Treas. 35 Hi-Y l, Z, 35 Basketball Manager 2, 35 Baseball l, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Basketball Club 2, 3. LINDA STUFFLE Commercial Linda Y-Teens 1, 25 Intramurals 25 Archery Club 15 Teacher's Sec. Z, 3. BRENDA STUMP General Brenda Academic let Transfer from York, Pa., Nornir 35 Y-Teens 3: Play 3g Intra- murals 35 F. T. A. 3. Intramurals 2. Home Economics Darlene IANET ELLEN THOMAS ERNEST E. UNGER General Ernie DARLENE M. WAGNER F. H. A. Treas. 25 Metal Shop Club lg Travel Club 2. NANCY WAGNER Academic Nam: Nornir 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens l, 2, 3: Play 35 Intra- murals l, 2, 35 Dancing Club 1, 2. Academic Don Nornir 3g Red Cross 2, 3: Play 35 Wrestling 35 Archery Club 1, 2, 35 Class Treas. 35 Homeroom Pres. 3. DONALD WALKER IANE ELLEN WARNER Academic lane Nornir 3, Orange and Black 37 Play l, 2, 3: Chorus l, 2, 35 Del- phians 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club l, 25 Archery Club lg Ensemble l, 35 Homeroom Sec. 25 Y-Teens 1, 3, Class Pres. Z. Academic PEARL WARNER Pearl Nornir 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, Business Manager 35 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Vice-Pres. 35 Art Club lg Dramatics Club 25 Driver Training 2. BARBARA LYNN WEAVER Commercial Barbie Student Council 2: Orange and Black 2, 37 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Li- brary Assistant l, Z, 3, Play l, 2, 35 Cheerleader l, Z, 3, Delphirrns l, Z, 3g Homeroom Sec. 25 Press Club 1. DONALD C. WEAVER Industrial Arts Donnie Football 1, 2, 35 Track lp Wrestling 1, 2, 3. MARTHA IEAN WEAVER Academic Marty PATRICIA WEAVER Commercial a Library Assistant l 2 3 Library Club 1 Metal Club 2 RODNEY H WEAVER General Rod SONIA LEE WEAVER Academic Sonme Orange and Black 3 YTeens 1 2 3 Cheerleader 1 2 3 e phians 1 2 3 Homeroom Vice Pres 2 Dancing Club I Z HAROLD LEE WELK Industrial Arts Reds Football 1 2 Homeroom Pres 2 BONNIE L WENTZ Academic Bonnie Orange and Black 3 Y Teens 1 2 3 Music Appreciation I WILLIAM L. WENTZ General Spats Hunting and Fishing Club 2. IOAN L. WHERLEY Commercial oni and 1, Z 35 Orange and Black 35 Y-Teens 3- Intramurals l, 2, 35 Majorette 2 35 Driver Training 25 Girls Athletic Club 15 Dancing Club 25 Teachers Sec. Z, 3. IUDY LORRAINE WHERLEY Commercial udy Y-Teens 35 I-Iomeroom Sec. 25 Driver Training 25 Dancing Club 5 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. SONIA LEE WHERLEY Commercial Sonnie Orange and Black 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Library Assistant 1, 2, Pres. 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 library Club 1, 25 Dancing Club 25 Driver Training 25 Office Sec. 2, 3. DOROTHY ELIZABETH WOLF Commercial Dot Orange and Black 35 Y-Teens I, 35 Archery Club 1, 25 Driver Training 25 Teacher's Sec. 3. PHILIP GALEN WORLEY General Chub Red Cross lp Play I5 Wood Shop Club 25 Gymnastic Club 15 Intramurals 2, 3. DAVID ADDISON YINGLING Academic Dave Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus l, 2, 35 Operetta lg Music Appreciation 15 Music Composition 2, 3. GWYNN YINGLING Academic Pete Student Council 25 Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, Z, 35 Play 35 Intramurals 35 Homeroom Sec. 35 Archery Club l. PHILIP IOSEPH YOUNG General Ioe Student Council lp Hi-Y 15 Basketball lp Intramurals 2, 35 Home- room Pres. 1, Treas. 25 Metal Shop Club 15 Wood Shop Club 2 DAVID WEISER ZIEGLER Academic Zig Student Council 35 Nomir Editor 35 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y l, Z, 35 Play I, 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Class Pres. 1, 2. THOMAS ZINNEMAN Academic Tom Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Intramurals 35 Projection Club Z Biology Club 1. IANET ZUMBRUM Commercial Zummie Intramurals 35 Girls' Athletic Club 15 Girls' Metal Club 25 Teacher's Sec. 2, 3. lH - HIGH Scwoot - 11: I ,FLNUYQM .I A L " l TI- --- F . -1 - THIRTY-NINE "Pl-'ANlll'5!" "5 WEA l'SHIRl'.S'!" Hard At Work On Their Class Proiects, We Fund The Homerooms Of SOPHOMGRES AN JUNIORS me uvuv ,,, MEMBERS or If 17 me cmsszs 'fi' 9 gk I 1959 AND 1960 Mx! D w I J 1 l vii? ly UQ 9:3 gf ,X xw-ff 9 or a X59 ll XFFP, Ill un nu Ill U75 1 3 1 .fg X .V . .' . 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'lug These were the Sophomores As THE CLASS OF 1960 entered the halls of Erchel berger for the hrst trme they were met by many mterestlng srghts and new rdeas and practxces Once 1ns1de our doors they were qulckly cap tured by the new and dliferent xdeas of senror hzgh school It was Fnday wrth the pep rally rnauguratrng the football season and then the game and the stands jammed w1th shoutmg stu dents Next came the electxon of othcers and the Elect1on Day Dance where w1nn1ng candrdates were announced The new ofhcers held the1r hrst class meetxng and 1ntroduced the1r fellow stu dents to peanuts The year passed basketball season arnved and the gym was packed wrth no1sy Sophomore Orrxcrns hm Hellman Pres Iackze Lerster S C Donna Nace Treas Ray Wllson S C Shrrley Siauffer Sec and Ted Kehr Vrce Pres dis cuss peanuts fans cheerrng on their IV team The young dram at1sts presented the Sophomore productxon of Dmno The musrcxans played ln the Wlnter and Spr1ng Concerts And warm weather brought forth the tennls baseball and track athletes and fans Fmally came the t1me for Sophomores to 1o1n hands Wllh the Iunlors to prepare the Senror Prom and they were pleased at the en1oyment of the Senlors Surely all of the1r experxences were not qulte such fun There were hours of hard work rn prep aratron for semester exams 1n selhng peanuts and rn practrcxng for the concert But as they look back upon th1s year they hnd 1t has been one well rounded a very pleasant hrst year at E H S Fmsr Row I Wolfe M Becker G Shank B Krout B Becker S Klmedxnst S Wagner Y Stambaugh S Laughman C Alt land SECOND Row W Banker! R Albin L Stemer B Altland I Remdollar A Alrmrnosa E Bankert S Bechtel THIRD ROW G E Becker K Baum I Beard D Feltch L Mullms I Becker G Berkheimer R Baker M Angell FOURTH ROW G H Becker R Abel F' CII 0 O if-P We? i W., W X R! 941 FORTY TWO If 5 7 pfiflw I . W' -' ' , .: ' ' , . -: , -: .1 , ' - .- '- . . . I . . . . . . I I I .... , I I . . . , . I . . . - . I. . ' I . I . I . . ' , . . . : . , . , . , . , . , , ' ' , . , . , . , . - . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 1 . . , . ,. , . , . , , , . , . , . . : . . 1 ,Q - , 4- 1' Q Q I I I Li 'Y I I ' I Q - ' os T -'A Q" N, I... u , 5 if . I' 1 1 - ' lu' it I ' ., I l I T NI. v It, ,- E: 6 7 'lb' A ll. I vi ' - . l' fs -, I .' A .Q fly! .' f.. 'VLA' x v 4 da. -,f ' M., , - .1 X , 1. X, . 1 f ' - .K , AN' x K .. . . K. I I CQ T1 QQ S FIRST Row D Dxehl I Dzehl C Buckley I Culp L Bortner S Cullzson D Bollmger B Dull P Blumenthal S Bollmger SEC OND Row A Bollmger D Dubs W Creager E Brown N Border I Brown C Bxxler I Boyer L Blevins F Crawford S Coffman THIRD Row S Brown M Chromster M Conner H Conrad W Burns L Carr W Dubs D Boone T Duck M Dull FOURTH Row G Diehl C Dell M Crooks F Cramer I Cromer N Brandt K Coppersrmth C Brttmger M Blumenthal FIRST Row A Gremer M Hahn B Hmton N Holfacker I Gardner I Flemmens S Heldzbrxdle C Elrcker I Frock SECOND F German A Goodlellow D Harrell P Hesson B Hamm R Hemer H Glzck C Hayes C Hoffman FOURTH Row B Iacobs B Frxdmger G Foreman P Forsythe S German M Ebaugh N Elsner S Harget FIFTH Row M Dutlerer P Fout I Gerkm R Farr W Hoffman G Forry R Foreman I Hellman 6 ' KY' we vQqr 151 ,Z FORTY THREE ' I I . .-- .. .. I 3 in , T19 . I o . 6 0 3 ' " A Q ...... x if 6 f' f I , 3 ' , v' Y, . si .:3'. I P S IL. I r U 754 4 B I' -. - ", . I Y 7' . fb I -2 , . E- - 5 . 'I h A km? I vl K , ,L 1 'L I xA T L -4- V , .Q I I - J ' ,, . -Q W" .f , , I , . ,, ,A ,S I A I .. ,, . . ' . J v Row: S. Elsenberger, Eline, P.'Huggens, IE. Heindel, L.IDupler, I. I-lollinger, E. Graf: S. Hoover, Dull, T. Baker. THIRD ROW: I ' I I I ' C1 F3 s if l rm" O O ' suit: A I , - Y., P J ' , ' 1 ,Q-Q -1 , v L l I . tv . V 'c " I . We -5- ' 3 T - F . 1 ,f I , I - r ,lv f' .. 'x"'4 A I 5 I .rug -Y V 4 I U V' xii,-,fs 1 i K. ,I 4 1 5 KA . O a ' .1 'M' Eb.. Q6 lift 1 """As-I.. FIRST Row M Loder S Markle D Lawyer D Long G Iohnson A Keagy M Lxllrch P Keeny G Martin SECOND ROW M Kessler I Lexster E Lescalleet S Iames N Luckenbaugll C Kolzr O Knzpel S Lrttle N Lrttle M Lrvelsberger THIRD ROW quet R Krmmey V Kopp R Mason L Matluas R Lrppy T Kehr B Krebs FIFTH Row R Lookenbrll G Klmedmst R Iones D Iamxson G Meckley R Martz FIRST Row I Pasco S Moul L Rahn M Moul B Nrckey I Orent P Phxllrps Y Rabenstme R Moncrref SECOND Row P Patterson B Prtts P Palmer I Meclzley P Mrller B Porst R Payne D Nace P Moul D Nrckey THIRD ROW H Newman G Meckley B Mrller R Negley R Murray W Mowery A Ness B Mummert B Prttrnger FOURTH Row I Montgomery R Mrller D Pratt T Noel R Mullms W Parry L Myers E Myers FIFTH Row G Pennewrll D Mummert E Mxllherm P Noble I Miller R Prrce L Orr an-'Smal had gb au W OC 4 "" Y ""-V V , up 'fr PW' MP1 I xg' .xx FORTY FOUR , 4 I s , - Q EQ 1 AQ ,van ,- I I - 5' Rf ,f I , . , I-'-I sf . . 2 . "f-fy' Q, Q , x 'g, " .gn F-YI gf r' . 4' . . 1 - If 5 f ' - . I II' 1 Q I W M' , E srl' TF- V - ' 'I W I I ,J - I ' , J. va si 1' A , . t I.. wr f I f. V 5 1 , 3 " I l 3 81 , 6. I I 1 . ., ..f t' in I 3:1 27 , 6 R . A, 'F A 4 .' Z Z .I -.f a I B. Lawson: R. Klljmkl T. Maitland,'I. Krua, .Kilton, LaI.IerI I. Yingllng, R. Masenhefmer, N. Martfn. FOURTH Row: S. Mari . . ,I 'Y C5 I , , Cs 'gg be ,.. 3 ' Q Q. Q tan: .gsi vw . ' 1' II' .5 .P f WZ Q. J 4 U .gg I' ,T I If 'frbif I I I 'J ' I 1 -. V . S. , .14 L: TV 1 B ' ' ' -j an Q , i, .I. ' ,r .I , . ' 4 . I mgxvggl I I I X I 1' ll 1 D t I 'F A Yi .' f- ' 's . ' ' v I 5 , R, Nix E ""! Wm ,. S fr I- P' I xxx il x f'fN" .six lu: FIRST Row R Remdollar I Schuler G Rohrbaugh L Szdenstrzclrer E Shearer I Sluldt R Shulf A Rudrszll L Shearer SEC OND Row K Staufler E Sabaka B Stulile I Shoemaker L Strevrg A Roth C Skaggs E Rzley M Rebert S Rrckrode THIRD ROW R Sutter I Strausbaugh M Rodgers G Smith R Stahl T Sterner E Rmeman M Straten W Rudlsxll FOURTH ROW S Staufter W Spahr I Sullivan K Simpson T Stahl R Rerchart I Shelter F Storm W Rohrbaugh FIFTH Row B Staufler I Rohrbaugh L Sullivan M Rice S Stremmel I Spangler I Snyder N Sheafler I Stull FIRST Row E Wildaszn M Warner R Warner L Wmdmiller T Young T Wheeler P Zartman I Wrcklme I Weaver SRC THIRD ROW B Verdxer I Ymglrng B Welk D Wzldasm S Wagner W Thomas R Wentz K Wlusler H Wxldasm FOURTH ROW M Zergler R Wzllxams D Trone L Webb B Ymglmg W Swartz N Ymglmg I Taylor I Wallace FIFTH Row I WI! mer D Zepp I., 1- V 5 -- xp? 1 ' f- FORTY FIVE I I I I ISI - 5 A I I I ' " ' I Q , Ii- , I 4 Y r ' .Q I F , I . R 'er' x ' . u-.-- S I I , . L - 4 if I If ' Q 5 I rl 'g.'P.' N .1 : N I 'IU' Wy ' - f I , HQ '. 'SY X W , ' I , ,- 1 S lf' -... ri l, nf - J .-.' ' A 'zz A, VV ,lvl r LIZ JI, gf? ' ' El-W, . I , . I 1 1 I .A K kt' om: Row: IR. Ringling, Warner, Wilson, LI Weaver, M. Swartz, I. Ycingling, I. Wentz, L. Walton, L. ZartInan, Whislerj I 0 . 5 I 'fs O ' yn .4 6. l v' ' I 1 '- ' '.q. 1 V' r -1 ' 1 . L ' H , 4 -- - - v 4 ' ' V ' ,X l - I' ' R Y THE CLASS OF 59 entered the halls ol E1chelberger thrs year wIth consrderably less of the hesltatlon that marked the hrst few weeks of therr Sopho more year WIth1n a few short days they were In the full swmg of school act1v1t1es Frrst on the agenda was the electlon of class othcers bnngmg w1th 1t many b1g plans the mak 1ng of posters and flnally the campargn assem bly The results of the electlon were qulte equl table w1th three members from each of the two partles takxng otfrce In extra curncular actIv1t1es the Iunlors drs played the same hne school sp1r1t shown In thelr Sophomore year The boys showed thelr worth In These were the Juniors F HERE ARI: THE Orrrcnns Walter Maust S C Brenda Warner Vrce Pres Darrell Frey Pres Lmda Gar rett Sec and Maryorre Ferster Treas football basketball wrestlmg track tennIs and baseball In the g1rls department several Iunrors d1st1ngu1shed themselves on the newly organrzed glrls varslty basketball team Both boys and grrls took an actlve part 1n the lntramural program The musrcally Inclrned of the class contlnued to make bea'ut1ful musrc In both the vocal and 1n strumental departments of E H S There were a number of Iumors whose hne muslcal ab1lIty brought them Indlvrdual recogn1t1on They enlarged therr treasury thls year through the sale of sweatshrrts A consrderable amount of money was also taken 1n by the presentatron of the w1dely known play D1no FIRST ROW S Banker! A Baker G Apostalrkrs S Brthnger R Becker D Becker S Bange D Barr S Anthony SECOND Row R Albrzght N Barnhart C Bell P Berkhermer W Black C Banlcert A Becker B Banker! B Baugher THIRD Row W Ber tolet D Barr L Baublxtz R Baker F Albm L Bcmkert I Baughman R Blettner FOURTH Row S Bankert M Bentzel R Brsh G Benlzel D Becker G Benecke H Abendschem E Allewelt FIFTH Row R Baker G Amspacher G Brxler R Baublrtz 9 0 7' I FORTY SIX ' 0 - .. .1 , V . L yn.: . .. if 'I ' X Q , .1 ' L X .J ' . . - I I ' . I , . . . . , , , - , I I - . . . . - I - Q - . , . . . . .. . ., . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . Z . - , - I - 1 - , - l - , - 1 . - 3 - , r , - , . , - , . , . , . . I . , . , . , . . T' ' ' IS I , , F , I Q ' f 1' S ,. ' 5 I 'S ' F' S ,, if Lf ei r it ' F' U F , - ' 0 5 Jws W -3- I x. I , J 1 1 " ' " w vy - s - 5 v V , x .6 . V ,, 'I I k i ', l K t J I d I fi 'l ,f 5 . H L x .K , , 1 I! r "Z' ' rf' 4 bf 'GC FIRST ROW S Bowman N Dehoff N Cornbower S Ernst I Cullxson B Carver C Brown P Clark S Cro!! SECOND Row N Bolm B Epley F Bream R Bollmger S Bnllhar! C Bollmger G Coulson R Border P Brown N Crowl THIRD ROW D Buchen C Deal F Cookerly A Deshong G Deatrxck T Caler H Doll K Brown R Dubs FOURTH Row R Day G Dull P Crawford T Bowman R Feeser R Epley F Clousher R Chcrrmbury FIFTH Row L Crawford G Cromer M Caler FIRST ROW S Flegal M Fersfer L Garret! P German S Forry S Howells I Forty S Iacobs P lngram SECOND ROW R Gobrech! D Hoke I Fuhrmcm L Hare L Hart F Hostetter B Frcmklm P Hos!e!!er D Gordon TI-IIIID Row I Hamm H Flrclcmger R GI!! L Honslord E Garre!! D Frey R Harbaugh D Iaclcson W Hers! FOURTH Row D Geetmg D He! rxck R Frcmklm S Ferguson I Fullerton I Gouker I Fuhrman 9 9 'I' CQ l i QI! FORTY SEVEN 3 4 I I - I ' I ' IL n Pg ., . - 5. I X I ', . 1 5 ful- x-. ,V ,wg , E if 1 , I -. ,, , D X. ' ' I , I 4' L : , , , 0 .N , X A - Hia 'J' - A' Ll 15 ' ' W. 5 - I ' '1- , , 1 ' ,, K X . . s m, V ' I X ,' i . 1 I A ' M J N . .. V S, 'Y I W" x. - I - 1 - 1 - , - I - , - I - - 5 - , - ' .... , I I , s ' l I I I I I ooo I xf-- ' . I I . n -1 I A ,' . ,-,,. ,,,,,, ., , b 4 , . 'A m V, V' , I , Q - . I ,. . . M . r , ' ff Q, - 1 Q 4 , A ' I Q Q ,f, I .,,. ,. K ' ' if N AL , 4-a 6' ' 9 . -1 . , . , I 1,-,,,f --.4, t .. i I A ...ra 'K H 5 f f 'il 9' "' f . . 4 9 9 O '-r Egg I-nJ qh5L.. II 'UDDI Ill! FIRST ROW N Kuhn R Karsf C Leppo E Lzllrch D Lau E Klmedmst B Klmedmsf B Kress S Klunk SECOND Row I Lrltle D Lehigh I Kump D M Markle N Markle D R Markle B Kuhn S Markel I Kopp B Markle THIRD Row E Loolrenbrll H Leonhardt B Krout N Markle D Lzppy L Lmebaugh D Lemmon D Lau P March FOURTH Row I Kelbaugh K Kessel rmg W Marque! P Lxppy W Larson FIRST Row I Mzller S Myers I McCleaf B Matthews I Mrller A Noggle I McLaughlm S Mxller L Nace SECOND Row I Mzller L Mrller P Myers P Mummert C Price S Reck I Roller P Martm P Mountyoy THIRD Row W Maust R Reber! Monath L Mrller S Rxce B Rezchart FIFTH Row C Peyser C Raubenstme D McCool o gm QL 'li F"Ag ...... IL 4 J FORTY EIGHT I I I I ' 5 5 S' K--nz f,-" V D Y I :J 5 f ' . J.. w'--- , I f :L ,A , Ebx ' 's-x ' - , ':'.-555. ' : l I 2 1' 1 P. Reddina, R. Ness,' D. Martin, D. Reigle, Murnmert, R.'Myers. POUIITH ROIIV: -I. Riddle,IB. Rehert, Rittase, ,L..Noel, I ' ' I I A -.. ,-- l " A I for ' N I 1 ' I Q ffl' I .or V I 'I ' . -' -3 a A . G. lk, H I' A wi., I wif A ' T v I . 3 4' l . v ' 1 I 5 ' ' W Y , I' K ty X. , fag Q i,A he ' K 1' R N , W x '. ' Y- , - f " 'fr . ' I fo ' T Qi an Q mf' :sg me N 5- USO 9- ov ,mii- 'P L ik f,P Gb FIRST Row I Sabaka R Sterner R Sterner L Strevrg S Stover B Stonesrter N Smzth S Szpe P Scholl SECOND Row C Smrth L Sullzvan T Thomas I Sterner P Sullrvan G Stemer R Smrth I Stemer L Stover P Shearer THIRD Row L Stam baugh D Shaffer L Thoman T Rouzer R Shorb R Swartz L Saltsgrver D Shank R Topper FOURTH Row I Swrsher L Sager R Snyder P Topper G Steiter C Stauffer W Sullrvan R Stewart FIRST Row P Wrcklrne N Zartman P Marquet C Leatherly F Wyand L Laughman P Laughman I Zachanas G Utz SECOND Row B Zartman P Warner D Wagner N Ruby I Werner I Wagner N Wagner L Whrsler D Utz G Wentz THIRD Row L Whrte L Wrse A Armacost P Wrse G Deatrrck R Myers B Warner F Ymglmg R Wrldasrn FOURTH Row A Wolff D Wege M Weaver B Zepp D Ymglmg P Worley B Walter L Wmtrode FIFTH Row B Wentz R Warner G Worley M Wolford S Weaver R 4' I S- bv FORTY NINE I -re ' I Y , 'IsL-,, I 1 i ,QI 47 " l"'1" ". 5 D- Q .y DEAN ' ,L , P1 1 . l O Q ' - M 4, 'fj:"'f' 55 Q p 4 - 5 f 9 ,mfr-5 ' 4 .Q .-.I 1 ., is , A ' L Rf ,' , g g , , , 7 ' h I , 'X' -.. '. ll I' RF 1 2 '45 L' I W 'f , UM V UQ, A ... A ' f, ' 32 - - - N HC H e .Q 6 QL . G9 -, . .. - - I r 5' K" - - 5 v : - 'VN ' J f If A -,Q - 5 I I 5 ' I ,HI ' " -In , - ,, KAI It f . .- : ' . x W .,: , .N v A , M ' " 3.-f ' . v ' I It i- .5 ' . ' ' I . -.A 5 .J - ' 5 n e.e.-4x, Mm, V ' K . f - , - , - . - , 5 , - , - 1 - 1 - - 5 - ' 1 - . . , - , - . 4 I - 1 - , - - 5 - I . ' 5 , . , . , . , , , . , . , . 5 , . 5 - I - I - I - 1 - I - I - , - I - , - : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 2 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . i . , . , , A MQ -Q.-F I ' I In ' , . f" - - Q. 0 . , 5 5 Q , 'X . , 'S f '1' ' ' D . If 5 V Reporting For The Urange and Black, Playing On Our Football Team, Serving On The Student Council, Presenting Assembly Programs These Are The ACTIVITIES WHICH Flll THE TIME AND AID IN THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Q or oun ,W X srunmrs is fha: 1? 7 I S !. Gps I A If ff - , J ,.. 'V - I If f . W.- Lgig I eau s I' JIM- nr 5 ,A b A het if ,v Fmsr Row T Ferguson R Bream D Weaver E Hawk D Rodman T Good M Sho!! R Lehxgh E Cohn Sr:coND Row D Iackson L Wise G I-lmspacher P Berkheimer I Rrdclle S Ferguson I Hellman G Stetter THIRD Row T Stahl M Du! terer G Coulson F Cramer F Bream T Noel B Foreman T Kehr FOURTH Row T Caler H Mowery M Rzce A Good fellow K Whxsler A Becker T Sterner The Results Almost the Champs Home Opp Delone Chambersburg Mechamcsburg Mxddletown Waynesboro Westmtnster Sluppensburg Gettysburg Carhsle THE 1957 edrtton of our varslty football squad under the able guldance of head coach Steve Padyen emerged vxctorlous 1n seven of thexr ten dual encounters th1s season w1th area foes The Nxghthawks eleven wrth Dave Rodman and Tom Good acttng co captatns suffered a bad case of fumbl1t1s m dropp1ng thelr tradxtlonal season opener to nearby Delone Cathohc Hlgh School 21 14 Southern Penn League Champtons Carl1sle handed the Btrds the1r only other setback 1n a ra1n laden Thanksgtvlng Day classlc wh1ch gave the vlctors the league crown Hanover s Cmder ella Team txnlshed 1ust a few percentage pornts out of hrst place Dur1ng the per1od after the Delone clash and before the Carllsle t11t the Nrghthawks exhrblted sp1r1t determxnatlon and played the 11kes of Wh1Ch no one expected S1x league opponents were on the recelvlng ends of one of the best football clubs ln Hanover annals The members of thrs year s varslty club gamed much valuable exper1ence from Coach Padjen who was asslsted by Coaches Fred Kreuter and Len Zatavesln and were proud to have several boys named to honor squads at the end of the season Drd we make xt? Ftrs! Down' FIFTY TWO .,.....,.t........ 20 . ' ' .......,...... 0 ' . - ...tt,.,........ 0 ' ' ' , Hershey ........,......., 5 Q I I . ' ..,...,.....,t.. s -- - - - -f ' ............... 20 . . l ,,....,......... 7 , , ' ' .t..t.......,..... 19 - ' I U ' I ' It -Q B I , I 'ff ' , ,ig- ,u fi' , , Z v Rx' 4 if 1- as X Q N 'M I 1 ,L Touchdown' Alter a long drive pay drtt rs fmally reached .-min Au' In . , FIFTY-FOUR Here a speedy hawk takes ol! for the end zone whxle Cm umdentlfzed buddy lays a block Here are the boys that gave the varsity aid when called upon: Bacldieldz F. Bream, H. Mowery, R. Bream, T. Kehr. Line: M. Dutterer, P. Berkheimer, I. Riddle, S. Fer- guson, T. Stahl, E. Cohn, E. Hawk. Fmsr Row L Small G Amspacher T Ferguson D Irons H Shoemaker R Lehrgb Srcorm Row K Banker! M Sho!! I Rrddle G Stetter L Remdollar D Franklm THIRD Row Manager L Study Coach F Kreuter HALF WAY CHAMPS L Study and T Sterner managers prepare for the opemng of the season B -s. 'vs- Ns FIFTY FIVE HEAD COACH Fred Kreuter tn hrs second season at the helm gulded our vars1ty basketball squad to the second hall txtle of the South Penn Con ference and an overall slate of hfteen v1ctor1es and e1ght setbacks 1n the 1957 58 campa1gn Coach Kreuter ass1sted by Len Zataveskl floored cr start1ng team Whlch had never played as a un1t prevxously The Nlghthawks emerged v1ctor1ous 1n three of the1r hrst four eXh1b1ll.O1'1 outmgs but tn league competltlon dropped four consecutxve contests The Hawks llfllshed hrst half play wlth a 3 5 record and a mere s1x place hmsh Not at all proud of thetr hrst half showmg the team set out to prove the1r worth as the latter half ot the conference took form Carltsle Htgh School handed the Bxrds the1r only loss 1n sec ond half play as the Hawks moved by seven league opponents for the 'utle The Hawks and Carhsle met for the South Penn Conference crown rn a post season encounter whlch found the latter predomlnatmg by a shght margm l ' I . I . . I . .I 55 . . . I 7 -y N . . V . 'X' I - lf I l . . T A Ks - 1? ' x A " . x 5 f. 5 1 . . . 4 1 A X , A . ' li -L yd Ld 1 X ' I . Amspacher hands Hanover two more The Results Home Opp Lancaster Westmmster York Steelton Mlddletown Waynesboro Carhsle Mechamcsburg Delone Chambersburg Shlppensburg Hershey Mxddletown Waynesboro Carlisle Mechamcsburg Delone Gettysburg Chambersburg Shlppensburg Hershey Ccxrhsle . Gettysburg . The Results Lcmccxster Westmmster York Steelton Mzddletown Wcxynesboro Ccnhsle Mechcmrcsburg Delone Gettysburg Chambersburg Shxppensburg Hershey Mrddletown Waynesboro Ccnhsle Mechamcsburg Delone Gettysburg Chambersburg Shtppensbuxg Hershey THE JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST ROW G Smrth I Hellman I Cromer T Kehr R Hamme SECOND ROW I Wxtmer H Mowery F Bream M Dulterer M Rzce THIRD Row Coach L Zataveskr T Sterner "N Fmsr Row: D. Long, T. Wheeler, B. Myers, B. Hartlaub, D. Knott. SECOND Row: N. Yingling, D. Forsythe, D. Weaver, G. Doll, H. Baugher, L. Wise, D. Walker, B. Black. THE GRAPPLERS Duff Forsythe works to pin his opponent. ..,,..-A FIFTY-EIGHT OUR VARSITY grappler squad this season gave a very commendable account of itself in sport- ing an over-all record of four wins and seven defeats. Head Coach Iim Leedy, who returned to the coaching ranks this season, rebuilt a squad which had won only one dual encoun- ter the previous season into a team which emerged in a three-way tie for third place with a 3-3 slate for District 1, Section III, competition. The Results Home Opp. 11 . . .... East Hemptield . . . . . 37 23 . . . . Columbia .... . . . 27 14 . . . . Lancaster . . , . . 32 41 . . . . Dover . . , 5 21 . , .... , . York ........ , . 22 27 . , .... New Cumberland ,.., . 10 8 . . , . . Manheim Township . . . . . . 33 14 . ,,.. West York . . . . . 22 22 , . . , . Biglerville . . 16 Z2 . . , , Shippensburg . . . . . . 21 3 . . . . . Mechanicsburg . . . . . , 35 THE STARFIRES coached by Wendell Fellx wound up 1n hrst place 1n the Boys Intramural Basketball League Ten teams under the super v1s1on ot Mr Padlen made up the league The Batmoblles coached by Larry Study took hrst half honors only to be downed m the second by the Starhres In an exc1t1ng playoff game the champlons showed thelr talent by outgun nmg the Batrnoblles 37 to 36 1n the hnal seconds Tom Good blows the whzstle and the champzonshxp game IS under way THE CHAMPS FIRST Row F Little W Felzx I Young SECOND Row L Bortner K Snyder E Allewelt G Remhert F Reddmg PIFTY NINE 1 I . . . 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 L . . , . ,. . . . , . , . , . , . . ,--1. ' A P01 f 2,3 K TH: Pur Furs cmmvs m Bnsxzrnnu. H Roth C Shoemaker S Ernst I Kump P Berwager B Sponseller I Sponseller D Hamer N Ruby K Bauserman S Bowman I Rhodes THE GIRLS AT PLAY MANY GIRLS partrcrpated 1n th1s years well or ganxzed rntramural program Under the comblned leadershlp ot Mrs Bucher and Iudy Rhodes Gen eral Manager E H S s lasstes formed teams to tended for the champlonshrp 1n volleyball basket ball soccer and softball Ind1v1duals took part 1n badmrnton shuitleboard and prng pong Each g1rl stnved to get as many potnts as she could be cause 300 pomts are needed for an H and 100 polnts are needed for a numeral These are awarded at the end of the year Thls year a new feature was added to our glrls sports program An 1nter school basketball team was formed The team the Nrghthawkettes had only a tew games but won them all The sports program All 1n all the gym classes Intramurals and the gxrls basketball team certarnly proved that the females of E H S are athletlcally lnclmed And from the enthuslasm and rnterest shown by the partlclpatrng females and the observ1ng males gxrls and sports are here to stay' ' I THE NrcH'rHAwxr:'r'rr:s S Rzce P Berwager I Rhodes E Martz S Deardorii S Banker! I Sponseller B Sponseller D Gordon P Clark I Sabaka fs'- s...1 g IHS fn Lx 26 j Q , f x 5 L X 4 J compete in about every sport possible. Teams con- team will become a permanent feature ot the girls' '.x x . Q xf fs NA SIXTY 43 I 1' at R Ax I ,Y 2 X!" ' M' M., I, K' , fax' 'Ng . Q My Sw M. x Mm J, ef v ,,, 410 QQ up Sl Here we hnd our peppy varsity cheerleaders They are S Weaver S Flegal B Weaver P Berwager I McDonald lCapll B Atllesberger PRETTY PEP LEADERS THE SCHOOL Splflf around E H S has certalnly been apparent th1s year as evrdenced by our large turnouts at basketball and football games and by the cheer1ng at pep rall1es The development of th1s loyalty and 1nterest can be attrlbuted to several g1rls around th1s school our cheerleaders These lassles made slgns de veloped new cheers and dxd thexr best to make everyone else as lnterested 1n our athletlc con tests as they were Captaxn Iudy McDonald Co Captam Barb At tlesberger Pat Berwager Barb Weaver Sonny Weaver and Sandy Flegal are the gals respons1ble Sharlng the lunehght are our I V cheerleaders who were plCked to cheer the Iun1or Hawks to vrctory They are Iack1e Lelster Barb Pltts Pat Blumenthal Peggy Clark Peggy Hostetter Susxe Boll1nger Norma Llttle and Bonnle Verdler Lets turn the tables and have a blg cheer for the cheerleaders The jumor varsxty cheerleaders smile when they see the photographer They are S Bollmger N Llttle B Pxtis I Lexster lCaptl B Verdxer P Hostetter P Blumenthal INS. 1- il' ' 'QL SIXTY TWO I . . . , - ' ' . I I I I I . . . I . ' Z . . I . I I E . I - I I I - I . . . I . . . . . . . 1 . Q6 Y' 1 ' A 9 f - ,Q 1 y T 4 . Q 'Y' 4 qi V 1' -a U. ,N ' -. r ' .J . S 'Y , ' AA V . KN, Q E Q .I XG S -5 7 I 1 Q 2 27-"RT "4-1. Down old Broadway comes the Hanover Band Ied by malorettes S Klunk I Wherley M Ferster P Wxse D Markle I Kump and drum mayor T Baker HIGH STEPPERS HERE COME the s1x pretty m1sses and a handsome fellow precedmg the band down Broadway 1n New York Cxty 1n the Macy Parade on Thanksgw 1ng Day The ma1orettes are Sh1rley Klunk Ioan Wherley, Margle Ferster, Peg WISS, lane Kump. Dor1s Markle, and drum malor, Tom Baker Durmg football season these seven led the band onto the held to the tunes of Dlana and Down the Fxeld and through clever half t1me dnlls These h1gh steppers do the1r best to make the stu ents and trxends oi E H S proud of the Orange and Black SIXTY THREE v Yr? 5.x K,-L - QM' r rf. ,N fi ' - K . . ,,....' K . 4 ' 1 M M.. . , 3, 'I Y-,. . , . s Y" , Ma, Q . 3. . - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 , . . . - . n . u n . . . . n . . ' 1 ' . I I - - T a f l if 'url if S. Hoover, I. Boyer, E. Riley, S. Bittinger, H. Glick, B. Noel, L. Lapham, D. Deardortf, H. Moncrief, M. Bentzel, D. Yingling, B. Brown, D. Nickey, I. Becker, L. Rahn, W. Swartz, T. Young, D. Pratt, S. Geiman, M. Dull, D. Groft, B. Mummert, G. Forty, E. Kessler, R. Bollinger, B. Bertolet. FOURTH Row: C. Peyser, B. Poist, E. Rineman, P. Klepper, B. Baugher, P. Zartman, O. Knipel, H. Wildasin, G. Sterner, D. Geeting, T. Noel, I. lennings, D. Bair, L. Hare, W. Felix, I. Shelter, B. Baker, D. Lau, R. Baublitz, I. Schuler, E. Myers, L. Orr, M. Stonesiter, K. Simpson, E. Allewelt, G. Bentzel, B. Burns, R. Hebert, P. Patterson, D. Frey, B. Spahr, T. Baker, W. Maust. STANDING: P. Wise, B. Wentz, P. Noble, D, Zepp, B. Markle, Mr. Wiser, C. Palmer, M. Crooks, I. Baker, H. Abendsclzein, C. Price, A. Roth. MASTERLY MUSICIANS performed to the tunes of "Mickey Mouse Club", "Diana", and songs from "The King and I". Nor were these efforts unrewarded. From New York City came a request for the Eichelberger Band to be one of the two Pennsylvania bands to march in the televised Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Space around television sets was much in demand on Thanksgiving Day, as Hanover watched its band give a fine performance for the nation. Consistently fine performances of the band, at pep rallies before games, at victory celebrations in the square after games, in the annual Winter Concert and Spring Concert, and in the Halloween and Memorial Day parades, pay tribute to the fine efforts of Mr. Wiser and the masterly musicians of the Hanover High School Band. SIXTY-FIVE 5 E f ' '4 73 'Q .Q aw I O K ,- iviiis 'if Q., bzm, ,S 6 I f Q 5 5 fi sr gt ggviagg' P 25? f W ., Q if f A 1 ?.nln. f FIRST Row: M. Blumenthal, M. Ferster, M. McFarland, B. Burns, N. Shaffer, L. Bortnet, M. Noel, I. Boyer. SECOND How: I. Schuler L. Lapham, P. Swartz, M. Lippy, B. Gouker, I. Wagner, I. Hutton, S. Wolf, D. Lippy, R. Rittase, T. Zinneman, F. Stauffer, R Wolf, I. Schuler. THIRD Row: L. Shearer, S. Iacobs, I. Baker, G. Bortner, E. Heltebridle, I. Strausbaugh, M. Hebert, C. Kohr, B INCOMPARABLE INSTRUMENTALISTS PROVIDING the finest music with strings and winds is the Hanover High School Crchestra. Under the direction of Mr. Wiser, this musical group played in the Winter and Spring Concerts, provided music for the Senior and Sophomore-Junior plays, and this year for the first time played for the assembly programs Orchestra members were especially busy during the several days they served as hosts for the Pennsylvania Southem District Orchestra Several members played in this orchestra while others prov1ded lodging for the v1sit1ng musicians It was a busy year for our mstrumentallsts. SIXTY-EIGHT , -4 f- i S 4 3 . . N fa, 12 , 91 'Q '4 1 v 5 Ou .4 ' Krout, L. Harman, I. Little, B. S ahr, T. Baker, M. Kessler. FOURTH Row: E. Howells, A. Maller, C. Easley, B. Smith, P. Reiclzari, P P. Roth, C. Angel. STANDING! A. Roth, C. Price, Mr. Wiser, W. Felix, I. Cline, L. Sterner, B. Stauiler, W. Maust. Senior members of the band and orchestra--FIRST Row: L. Lapham, T. Baker, F. Stautler, I. Baker, G. Yingling, I. Schuler T. Zinneman, L. Sterner. SECOND Row: S. Angel, P. Klepper, I. Iennings, I. Becker, I. Wherley, D. Deardorff, E. Martz, THIRD Row: M Stonesifer E Kessler C Palmer B Noel B Foreman L Harman FOURTH Row' D Groft I Hutton D Yingling G Bentzel W Felix R Baublitz SIXTY-NIN E ifqt xr-i7'?t1"l-'fn 'i' 'XS' v 2- FIRST Row N Clark B Attlesberger S Bzttmger L Roesler A Rrce D Ziegler L Sterner H Roth S Deardorlt B Sterner SECOND Row S Heck B Cullzson P Berwager S Angel S Shultz S Sponseller C Shoemaker N Wagner THIRD Row D Miller S Hollmger B Marchro D Walker L Harman E Kessler E Cohn C Brown REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST THE ScAND1NAvxANs named the three Fates who spln the threads of our hves the Normr Followrng the twlsted strands of these threads through our school hfe are the members ot the staff of our year book whlch IS named after these Norse de1t1es The Nornzr staff stnves to capture the panorama of the llfe 1n the school year the students and teachers the classes and act1v1t1es the assem bl1es and concerts the plays and athlehc con tests Arrangmg plcture schedules plannxng lay outs 1dent1fy1ng p1ctures and readxng proofs hll much of the t1me of these stall members durrng the senlor year as they work to make th1s a1d to remembrance of thlngs past Bob Marchro Photographer H Roth Girls Sports D Walker Boys Sports L Sterner Assrstant Edztor A Rrce Semor Editor D Zregler Edrtor S Brttmger Art Edztor and S Deardortt Feature Editor wzth Mzss Myers Adviser decide whrch pictures wrll go mto the Normr llll SEVENTY I Q 4' A j ' Lg jf if 1' , , . to ,, f - ,. fzci.- . , R ' i t I A gl , A Q - , - ,...,L,.. ' - I -W W . 3. . A I .I , . 1 , H ve .,- I , L 7 , , M ,,, , v . .N ,V 1 is. I 7 . ",. 1 - " 5 . 1, , .f v X I , N . .14 " L iv , . x I ' I ' I ' I ' I 1 ' A - I ' I - I ' - I I ' . , - . , - - I I , . , , , . , , - , , - , , - , , - 1 I - I , - I , , 1 .....,.,.,........- , ,,,, . ,W ,t., .... bf, 1' Y al . X I' 5, F , I-K' - ' -fws--wffw., W ..t,,.... -......,c.. I - .......,,,,, Wm.- 8 If LV Q.. . S J ii f X' .A , x ,AA . A ' -4- Mornmg m ihe workroom A fypzcal workroom scene ln actxvxfy period Business managers Rodman Kessler and Cohn confer on Normr sales SEVENTY ONE 1 . I A 1 X 'ie - WY HRS? Row S Bollmger S Brttmger S Weaver I Warner T Rouzer B Attlesberger S Deardorit N Clark M Ferster P Warner C Brown I Wagner P Blumenthal SECOND ROW N Wagner B Weaver S Hollmger L Sterner B Wentz B Cul lxson S Stover S Anthony N Lzttle S Flegal L Garrett S Rice P Hostetter THIRD Row B Warner F Hostetter B Walter D Mrller S Stratten I McLaughlm B Matthews S Wagner I Wallace I Lerster I Orent S Shultz FOURTH Row D Dear dorff E Markle B Rerchart S Heck I Smeach P Sullivan P Mountjoy D Wolf S Wherley I Wherley D Mrller H Roth F Mowrer M Moul FIFTH Row P Topper B Baker D Knott D Gxtt R McCool B Foreman T Ferguson L Kramer I Baker C Miller S Sponseller All THE NEWS The Orange and Black members work all year wntrng stones and advertrsements LII order to make th1s paper the only one Ln the Unlted States to put out ed1t1ons both the hrst and last days of school The complete coverage and recordlng of all news around E H S IS the a1m of The Orange and Black Th1s paper also welcomes contr1bu tlons from all students X:- -AEXX hm, ,ffl LJ.. The Orange and Black stall 1S very proud of the hrgh honors recerved by the newspaper thrs year Not only d1d the Columbla Scholast1c Press and the Nat1onal Scholastxc Press ASSOC1Gl1OH g1ve th1s years ed1t1ons hrgh ratmgs but the paper was one of the nlne student pubhccrtrons ln the state honored by the T B Assoc1at1on Another hrgh complunent grven to the paper 15 the ap proval of the students of E H S Pearl Warner Busmess Manager Nxkkr Clark Editor and Mr Gruver Adviser look pleased wxth the latest zssue ol the paper as SEVEN TY TWO .V X X ' I fl N ' --, fe I l 'lk Y ' . 1, ' v n 6. ' x J - 1 f g 1 it ', A . 3 1' t 1 3 - , - 1 - , - f - , . , - , - , - I - , . , . , . . Z . , . , . , . , . , . - - I - , - . - I - 1 - , . , - I - - i - ' - f - - 5 - f - f - , - , . 1 - , - . - f - f . , . . . . - , . I I ' J' I . I ' , f ' , ' : ,, I ' ' ' ' gg, 1- .x:q,' az W J T: Q. 12 . I V - Q. .A 'Tl' - ' Edztors C Brown S Deardorfl A Rzce B Attlesberger I Wagner D Ziegler P Warner and T Rouzer confer with Mr Gruver Advzser cmd Nikki Clark Edztor m Clue! Quiz-Mistress Iudy McDonald tries to stump contestants Dawn MUler and Dave Rodman. lamtors B111 Foreman and Larry Har man gxve Nzkln Clark an endorsement of Tx-zz Ormucn mm BLACK ,,,.,,....--f"w'-r ,.,.-.Q-'vw r",-...wif-1' F..---1 ,,-.-- ,---7 ,........ SEVENTY THREE 411. GOVERNMENT BY THE STUDENTS EVERY FRIDAY mormng the members ot the Student Councll report to room 109 for the1r weekly meet 1ng The counc1l cons1sts of one member elected from each homeroom two members from each class and Mr Dlehl advlser The purpose of the Student Counc1l 1S to work out school problems w1th the cooperat1on of faculty and students Some soclal events sponsored by the group are the Electlon Day Dance the Nlghthawk Hop and dress up day The Student Councrl also sponsors The Student Councrl offzcers L Grove Sec W Maust Vxce Pres D Rod man Pres and L Study Treas meet wrth Mr Diehl to dzscuss the current problems the annual school electrons and th1s year a tal ent show an Easter program and a poster con test tor sate dr1v1ng day In the sports held the counc1l had score cards pr1nted whrch students bought at basketball games pollshed the troph1es and formulated a good sportsmansh1p program for each week At the end of each year the Student Councll awards the Cak Leaf to an outstandmg boy and a g1rl who have best served thexr school V SEVENTY FOUR - L... :---, -- 5 ....-.- 1-',, ..- ...-.... 1"-",.. -- I ""'.,., ...g-.- Q- C ..- D, -.- , ,,. ...,.-- s 1: ,,......... ....--.- -- -. ........ .....-... .- ,. in-. ...--... - - .1-..... .......-.... .- . 1... ul... - .. i--1 -.--- . in- 1 ' " ' ' , Y- 4 N . -4. ' .af Q...-. n 'r . T I I I - - , I - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1, fri., , , . . , A 1 1 1 Q ' -I - 1 ' -I . ' ' 1 A W if 1 3 1- X-it Te Patty Mountyoy shows her talent mzmzcry as she portrays Eloxse The tour legged star xs Susie I I ,.- at Q- .iv K :lim ' lumors lme up to vote on electxon day he Campaign Assembly Here we Imd Stovermo Allan mtervzewmg the people on the street durmg f Ll. I 6 SEVENTY FIVE V' :Eta Fmsr Row L Lapham S Brttmger L Grove H Roth A Rrce N Clark I McDonald S Shultz B Attlesberger S Deardorfl SECOND ROW P Klepper S Reck B Cullrson S Angel I Warner S Sponseller C Shoemaker N Wagner I Smeach I Wherley THIRD ROW S Hollinger P Berwager I Mowrer S Weaver L Sterner L Roesler C Brown H Campbell B Wentz FOURTH Row I Ienmngs E Martz B Hanson C Palmer B Noel B Rerchczrt I Becker D Deardorfl D Wolf FIFTH Row B Sterner D Mzller I Rhodes B Sponseller D Lztile S Wherley P Bange E Markle YOUNG LADIES OF THE YTEENS THE Y TEENS began the1r year by hold1ng a sum mer sett1ng up conference at Sterner s Pond Here the gxrls planned the program for the comlng year When school began, the g1rls began a member Shlp campalgn based on the theme "1ug' Jus us gxrls Alter th1s the club plunged 1nto 1lS pro gram for the year The glrls sponsored a Hallow een stand, and sent the prohts to the1r Korean or phan At the World Fellowshlp Banquet forexgn food and costumes mcreased apprec1at1on of others At Chrxstmas tlrne the YTeens sponsored a m1tten tree the decoratlons of whlch were sent to chrldren abroad Then came Ma Pa and Me Nlght when the glrls entertamed the1r parents As Easter drew near, the glrls helped to plan the annual lashlon show, and also the weekly Lenten servlces The year ended w1th the Youth Rally and the Spagheth Dlnner whmch the Y Teens, along wlth the H1 Y helped to plan SEVENTY SIX s- A ., ifjxfi I - I V A it l ! if K - .V ijg X' Q , X,- E , 5 .. A , Q ' l 4. ' 4 1, W. V .. I 1 , Q I , , I X 11 ,A ' 1 Q f ' 8- v i - , ' , H' e-' J - ., , , ' f 2 ' i 1. 4 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 A - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - - 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - - 5 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . I . 1 . . . - 1 1 . . , , . . . 1 . . - l T 4 We fmd the Y Teen oifxcers dzscussmg an xdea They are N Clark Sec I McDonald Treas I Kump Vzce Pres A Rice Pres and L Grove Corres Sec Y Teen Goals To grow as a person To grow 1n inendshxp wxth people of all races re11g1ons and natlonallhes To grow 1n the knowledge cmd love of God A scene from the annual YTeen Sprmg Fashion Show SEVENTY-SEVEN The Y-Teens challenge the Hi-Y to a marshmallow-and string contest. The contestants are Ianet Thomas and Dan Knoll, YOUNG MEN OF THE HI-Y in Fmsr Row D Zregler I Hutton E Cohn I Schuler K Spangler D Rodman I Baker D Knott D Irons G Ymglmg L Study B Lehigh T Baker L Walton SECOND ROW D Lau W Bertolet L Webb C Hershey A Gremer M Shalt T Fer guson F Stauiter W Spangler W Foreman L Harman L Remdollar B Kessler R Bollmger THIRD Row T Kelzr T Sterner S Cullxson I Cromer I Wttmer L Wise W Larson L Whxte R Ymglmg W Maust D Lxppy L Lmbauglz G Sterner M Weaver FOURTH Row H Wrldasm R Krebs M Rzce D Iaclrson W Black P Berkheimer G Stetter I Rrddle L Hart I Fullerton K Kesselrmg D Lemon R Baker G Cromer FIFTH Row W Sullxvan B Rebert E I-lllewelt E Ymglmg R Mason D Forsythe T Duck H Mowery B Stauiter I Hollmger I Hellman P Patterson B Rezchart C Brttmger G Smith Pulpase To create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the home school and commun1ty h1gh standards of Chr1s LIC!!! Character UNDER THE gurdance of an energet1c set of OHI cers and two hne advlsers the boys of the H1 Y club conducted varred eventful programs The club launched 1lS fall act1v1ty w1th the sale ot penc1ls pr1nted w1th football schedules and the operatron of a refreshment stand dur1ng the Hal loween parade Proceeds from these projects went toward hnancrng a tr1p to a hockey game and a Chnstmas Dance Platform Clean Speech Clean Sportsmanshrp Clean Scholarslup Clean L1v1ng The boys of the H1 Y beat the g1rls of the Y Teens by the narrow marg1n of one po1nt at the annual Challenge N1ght and co operated w1th the gxrls 1n plannlng the Youth Rally Lenten Serv1ces, and Sen1or N1ght Three members of the club partlcmpated 1n the H1 Y Model Leg1slature held durmg the wlnter 1n Harrlsburg The year was rounded out by an assembly program and a Student Faculty Sport N1ght SEVENTY EIGHT tis, - rg , . , , . an I j A . , . N + ' 2 5555 ' Y W Y 2: ' 1 v 1 '..,l l I r. - -.Y I 'lun X ,x l , ss f ,T . , ' it B' I ' f3"", V - , 513392 , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , - : ' 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - . 1 I I I - I - - 1 u I - , A 1 iw. in-I After the Halloween parade Dave Rodman sells a hungry spectator candred apples under the close scrutmy of Tom Sterner Secretary Dave Irons Treasurer Dave Rodman Adviser Mr Kemp Presrdent lack Baker and V1cePres1dent Danny Knott gxve careful consrderatxon to the matter at hand 9 Q- -rv--mann-q 1 SEVENTY NINE T . 1 3, ,rw .gjgggg W I N ' 'V "'.T: -R f f ' l er Y 'T - f X K V , I ' X XX J 'XX X X x J Fmsr Row R Hemdel I Dzckensheets E Hemdel S Wherley S Reclc E Grat SECOND Row S Harrell D Buchen A Rrce H Campbell B Matthews P Scholl THIRD Row P Weaver I Wallace M Kessler B Nxckey S Ruchsxll FOURTH Row M Kurtz I Mowrer B Weaver P Frshel Requests tor mtormatzon keep these asszstants busy and amused SORTING BOOKS mqlntqlnmg the Cqfd hles and catalog dustmg shelves and tables these and other very necessary tasks are performed by th1s group of helpful young ladles, the Llbrary ASS1Sl ants GIVIDQ of the1r tlme dur1ng act1v1ty penods, mudy hahs and atlunch peuods,and gunng of then energy to sod books,type cards and pro Vlde help to researchmg students, these g1r1s pro Vlde E H S Wllh an 9ff1C191'1l, smoothly run hbrary Zi' A s.T, , EIGHTY , XX X ax, x 'PJ ' t. V- V ' K "J 4-H-as , . J . - l " 5 ' Y Q 1' - If n W I - u 1 F ' Q " -Q 'f . ' S x f' 5 . ., y -if.,-km ' Qs! ' ,Y X V 1' X , . . - , - . ' 1 t L" ' - I .. J . . . FIRST Row P Myers D Deardorff E Kessler C Brown D Holce M Kessler H Campbell SECOND Row I Becker B Reich art L Roesler I Wagner B Matthews S Wagner S Wolff THIRD Row L Whzsler I Kump B Warner B Nrclcey S Rudr srll N Krlton FOURTH ROW T Houzer A Wolf F Stauffer W Spangler A Gremer FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA MEET the Future Teachers of Amenca Under e dIrect1on of the1r advlser M1ss Myers they as semble on alternate Thursdays to dlscuss e many aspects of teachlng The club IS very GCEIVS annually presentlng an assembly program dur1ng Natlonal Educatlon Week and attendmg many conferences Members took two held trlps thxs year one to Chambersburg Hxgh School and one to Mlllersvllle State Teachers College They ended the year by sendlng representatlves to the state conventlon In Harnsburg and to the Future Class room Teachers Conference at Shxppensburg SEATED D Deardorff Treas D Hoke Sec Miss Myers Adviser C Brown Pres M Kessler Historian STANDING E Kessler Vxce Pres in-vunsulll .l -an "Q l EIGH TY ONE Z . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . I . , . , . , . , . - , . . . . , . , . , . , . . 1 I ' 1 . . 1 . . . 1 . , . f - I -I - , -I I I - 1 Af - 1 A - - I 1 A 1 1- ' f . ..,,.......--- 5 K . -- - .,.-f.-Q- X ,. .,., - .,...,-W-me 'X , - , , ...ve ,J Q . . ws...-I- .cw .H-.-4 nnnunusnaru- ,.,. .. M...-..,f-4 X - . ., ,W , ,.,.. ,.., Wm, ' - A- -Q-W-wm..,...,-.-I.., x A V W.. Q . - s ' at 1 . 1 ' K 1' . . U ,Q fb N -. y 1 X A . 0 V ' .1 .- if -' - L ' J Q 545 .ff FIRST Row B Sterner S Wmtrode R Ymglmg F Hostetter Treas D Heagy Pres S Sxpe Sec D Knott Vrce Pres S Lrttle L Zartman M Hebert SECOND ROW I Becker F Crawford Y Stambaugh P March N Smith B Zartman N Barnhart P Wrclrlme P Brown THIRD Row I Montgomery S Berwager B Walter B Matthews D Mrller I Mowrer C Brown B Hanson LEADERS ONE HUNDRED grft boxes hlled for chlldren over seas ten dozen COOk19S baked for armed forces hospxtals two scrap books put together for pa txents 1n a mental hosprtal and twelve Chnstmas centerpleces made tor armed forces hospxtals All of thls IS the work of the Iunxor Red Cross ot Hanover Thrs group adv1sed by Mlss Blettner and headed by Donna Heagy also presented an SERVICE assembly program and conducted an enrollment drlve Thts club IS also respons1ble for e1'1l1Sl1I1g grrls to help 1n the Xray un1t on the Square cmd every summer the Iumor Red Cross sends dele gates to Hood College for the annual Iunlor Red Cross Conference And as always young people dlscovered that helpmg others 1S fun Here we fmd Sandy Szpe Betty Hanson, Barb Matthews and Beverly Walter busy malung favors for the armed forces hosprtal . if .L Q EIGHTY TWO ' I . A ,351 t!H'?C'f' ' 'E li 5 . t , . Q:-1.--.W N, V Y , . L. X , ' G V' - z .. I i"" f - - Y' 4--Nix IL,"-'vi l ' l 1 Y f v I I ., . Z . , . ' , . ' ' , . , .1 . , .1 . ' , .5 . , ' - .1 . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . ,. , . , . . , . I - . . . . . . 1 ' I 1 ' . I I . ' I I , . ' ' , DN K FIRST Row L Lapham K Kesselnng L Garrett L Sterner L Grove T Rouzer S Flegal SECOND Row P Berwaget I Mc Donald S Hollmger S Howells P Mountjoy D Knott THIRD ROW E Hawk I Schuler B Marchzo P Topper E Kessler W Larsen PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES HERE ARE the faces found backstage or before the pare programs obta1n properhes and man the hghts when a play IS In progress at E H S For llghis Everythlng runs smoothly wxth the Thes they belong to the Thesplans a club of those In plans In charge as each member has worked at terested In dramat1cs who put on make up pre least th1rty hours In dramatlcs before Jommng Snnzn L Grove Sec Mr Geaselman Advxser L Stemer Pres L Garrett Treas STANDING K Kesselrmg VPres T Rouzer Hlstonan 5111 EIGHTY THREE : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 1 . , . - , . , . , . , . . : . ,. , . , . , . , I I I - I I ' 1 ' - : . , .1 . , 1 . , .5 . , . I . ' , - .1 , . f 5 2 . ' v E . -1 I I" of I . P' ' . 4 H l I g gi Q. N 'L-, L ON DECEMBER 11 the curtaln went up on the sen1or class presentat1on of Omons 1n the Stew a comedy As the play opened Betty McDonald llane Wamerl had talked her two daughters Uudy McDonald and Ianet Thomasl and her hus band Uack Bakerl Lnto s1nk1ng every cent they had 1nto a house on an 1s1and Island hfe pre ONIONS IN THE STEW Mr Gerselman director and Earl Hawk student director confer on a scene sented many comphcatlons especially when the two g1rls saw the1r future boyfnends drlftmg away from them But when a lady lL1nda Sternerl wlshes to buy the house for an old folks home Betty hnds that her fCII!.11lY really loves the place so the McDonalds declde to keep theu home on the 1s1and A scene at rehearsal Gary Mattm chases Sue Bollmger to the horror of lane Iudy lack and lane! EIGHTY FOUR ll ll .E v S' X E X ' ,fs ' ' I I I I . I I I . . .. . . 1. . . . . . 1 - . , . . . I ' I 'I Q 1' Na Ur' Thomas D Z1egler I McDonald THIRD ROW B Marchlo L Stemer D Walker B Hanson T Sell D Mlller G Ymglmg L Grove I Schuler I Hutton B Noel F Stcufler N Wagner W Spangler ack Icme Ianet Dave and Iudy fake cl las! mmute glance at thexr lmes before rtam time 35 EIGHTY FIVE - as k ' N' lffn ' ZLN I ,ffl 'f, f' ' X A . ' J."r':'?Ef.T: if . .5 . .-.r ., k V . . ' A nw 1 4 42 . , I f . . ur I., . . 1' ' . Q: ' v - . ' f ggi " 0 c rm v ' ' , , 7 ' 1 -if ,,' sl ' 5 0 x. f 1- -.3 . o b - . a - 1., I , , , 0 Q s 3- .. k V Q, .N A A .5:,,n 3 f. L W' Y Q : 5 QM' jt 0 , A,- ' wl ff' 4- . XX' N , Q i V 1 9 I FIRST Row: S. Bollinger, G. Martin. SECOND Row: B. Weaver, P, Berwager, L. Roesler, B. Sponseller, I. Baker, I. Warner, I l , , , ' ' ' CU ' ' - 4. I , h 5 ' ' . ' .M . IQ , I Y S 3' Q K A' s I I . I' I gf.. L , . ' I I D r jg .. V, L . I " Q. . , 4, x Q, ' . m Fmsr Row S Abendschem M Rodgers H Newman N Elsner I Lerster E Rmemcm S Rudrsrll SECOND Row D Pratt S Berwager R Wrlson H Glick L Orr G Pennewzll THE SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS IN DINO DINO a three act play by Regmald Rose was presented by the Sophomores on March 20 and the Iunlors on March 21 The theme of the play 1S dehnquency and the hldden yearmngs of a de hnquent for a better way of hte 'I'he settlng 1S a settlement house ln the area of a Clly where D1nos parents both unsk1l1ed laborers work to support the1r home leavlng thelr chlldren uncared tor A parole othcer brlngs D1no a 17 year old just out of reform school to the settlement house hop The Sophomore Play Dmos temper Hates at 'ev 1ng that the boy wxll hnd securlty there that he cannot hnd at home Four years 1n reform school after conv1ct1on for h1s part 1n a murder have turned Dmo 1nto a bltter frustrated boy cymcal desplte all at tempts to help hlm He has never known k1nd ness and the efforts ol the settlement workers ln Splle of the merclless tauntmgs of other teen agers hnally tum h1s CYIIICISID. xnto a desxre for self lmprovement tauntmgs of the boys at the settlement house EIGHTY SIX 2 . , . , . , . , . 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I - I ' I I - . 1 . 1 1 I I I - 1 I - - I 1 I ' ' - : ' ' the ' . zifsgzyaf 5 - xfiiizselx S ' q ' I f, ' -l , E 4, A W FIRST Row P Scholl S Flegal I Mzller L Garrett S Howells D Lau D Markle S Bange N Dehofl S Anthony SECOND Row D Lzppy R Border P Topper T Rouzer G Coulson D Knott W Larson B Warner PRINCIPAL characters in Dino are Dino Henry therapist Leland Orr and Tom Rouzer Shlrley Wallace a shy teen age othce worker Sue Rudi Slll and Suzanne Howells Iackie the receptionist Andy Ahminosa and Linda Garrett M1ss Halnes director of the settlement house Sue Abendschlen and Pat Scholl and teen age members of the set Coulson Steve Steve Berwager and Dave Lippy Sylvia Iackie Leister and Sandy Flegal Della Norma Elsner and Donna Lau Pat Elaine Rlne man and Brenda Warner Mr Mandel Russ Abel and Phil Topper The Iumor Play The girls at the settlement house discover that shy Shirley has a date with Dmol 'N EIGHTY SEVEN - , 'f K ., ' ivwl l 4 V sa V, I r ' N ' . Glick and Walt Larsong Mr. Sheridan, a psycho- tlement houseg Danny, Dennis Pratt and Grant ' ,. U AND so we com: ro me END or Auomuz vm noon nmss 572 S., HARD womc 535,13 Acmzvmzms All Become msmumzs T0 THE CLASS OF 1958 AND T0 YOU READER FA REWHL' IJ I ll, 4,1 'S W 3 . I 53 M as If 'U I I I I I I Ann ag? . wi """'---.... -N --Q. ,av-' Ut! mul" f ' . K' ff: 6 1 .--4 fi-ilu' 1 . . K . wg .vgx Q, .1 Ti -an I .A , I kr: X 4 X k x .ii gre-i1"" .,'f'5?'3"W 15" 4 N


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