Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)

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ATKINS ....,...,,...,..... .... T recisurer DR. T. M. THOMPSON TILLMAN H, EBERSOLE Supervising Principal KATIE O. MILLER History MAY DULEBOHN Algebra, Geometry KATHRYN NISSLEY HERR French, Library WAYNE B. BLOUCH Problems of Dem., English ARTHUR C. MAYER Phy. Ed., Civics WILLIS E. SEIDERS English BERTHA BELSER Music VERE BISHOP Chemistry, Physics, Biology WILBUR CASSEL Math., Science, Physics, Geometry, Trigonometry' NORMA FERGUSON Physical Ed., Science KENNETH GROSH History, Guidance RICHARD HAMILTON Manual Arts MILDRED SAVACOOL Latin, English I. HAROLD BURKHOLDER Geography, Science CLYDE WENGER Arithmetic, Athletic Coach ROBERT TRIMBLE English VIRGINIA L. BREWER Home Economics N. E. DAVIS Art Supervisor VV, E. WEAVER Commercial Dept. QM' M li 7 . fi Y L. N - y, My ,W fx G4 M I. R W 7 ' 5511 , 'A M ' Hg. I V, W W W5 Q ,A I, L . f f 1 , 1 f. r .F . M.v.w. Jf?Ww 'M w'w ' 312+ .ba-' , ' ..- K ,, 1"F,f97Y55SY ' ' ' V x i i' IN ", -'WF 15' " ""' .1 '4T4f 1ifg'. 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SEIDERS "Seiders" CLASS VICE PRESIDENT 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Home Room Presi- dent 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Year Book Staff, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Business Mgr. 3, Inter-Boro Band 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, 4, College I-I, WILBUR AUNGST "Wib" CLASS TREASURER 4, Class President 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Patrol 1, Tennis Manager l, 2, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Year Book Stall, lunior Play Mgr., Senior Play Mgr., Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4. College VIRGINIA I. BOYD "Cissy" CLASS SECRETARY 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 4, Soph. Chorus, Library Staff 3, 4, Library Club 3, Typing Club 4: Year Bool: Stall, Patrol l, College RICHARD E. EBERSOLE "Dick" Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Penna. History Club 3, Photography Club 3, Safe Drivers Club 4, Patrol 2, Year Book Staff. MARY E. BERRIER "Mary Ann" Soph. Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 3, 4, Girls Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. RICHARD WM. HALDEMAN "Haldy" Chorus 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Typing Club 4, Student Council 2, Senior Play Stage Stafl, Operetta 4: Year Book Stalf. Photography School MABEL L. BARLEY "Bibble" . Chorus Football ball l, 2, Patrol 1, 2, Cheer Leading 1, 2, 3, Soph. Chorus, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Senior Commercial So- ciet , Student Council 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, , crapbook Club 3, Girls Vocal En- 4 E semble 4. Dental Nurse I. DONALD PETERS "Pete" l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Base- 3. MARY ELIZABETH BRIN SER "Betty" Patrol I, 2, Year Book Stall, lunior Or- chestra 2, 3, Senior Orchestra 3, 4, lnter- Boro Band 4, Student Council 3, Debating Team 2, 3, 4, Soph Girls Chorus, Bible Study Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4: Senior Class Play, Girls Vocal Ensemble 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Senior Girls' Quartette. College PAUL I. PHILLIPS, II "Phil" Football Manager 4, Stage Stalf 3, Patrol 2, Baseball 3, 4, Mgr. 4, Penna. History Club 3: Sale Driving Club 4, Pres, GLADYS BRICKER "Glad" Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Bible Study 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, Nature Study Club 3: Scrapbook Club 4 Dietician fav ,,:, , its if " -v-- ,- ,124 HT'ii'U "P'?? 'Y' ' 2 1 1:2 5-f I 'kg ISWSYWZAQ 5537 2 .:' "" I ".+.,swe 51gg5fi, , 335,3 94 im QE., 5353532 , ,.., V Z S' 'S - -mc' give, :wi f , fsw - gt? ir q if: .r :ff- E -3 35 3 'J -- ::5i:ff:.2' :,...f- 5'1" M1 ,g ""' " 44. U , ef .- " ---' M r- ,- , usgggg ,. 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I - 5 or 4 3223 ,nge 2, " -' Azfvmlvw As oz, ss 1 2 'P , Es 3 Ii .5 Q 5 :it 2 3531 5532 'T fbffg fiwfwffa S71 IW viz, mi 2 3 if 553 44, I 65.533363 Efife E ,wwf f 2 . R+ .. ., . A w EDWARD H. MILLER "Eddie" Football l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Camera Club 4 Perma. History 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNA CHAPMAN "Chappie" Swimming 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Senior Commercial Society. College fPhysical Ed.b I ROBERT CUNNINGHAM "Deacon" Football 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Rifle Club 2 3, 4, Property Mgr. 4, HELENE RUTH ECKINGER "ECkie" Patrol 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Soph. Girls' Chorus, Senior Commercial Smeg 'S 3-Girls A V: -c , H' Vocal Ensemble, Operetta 3, 4. Beauty Culture CARL G. UPDEGRAFF "Monk" Photography Club 3, Sale Driving Club 4, Student Council 2. Hll..DA GERMANIE EASTON ..Hid.. Soph. Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dra- matic Club 3, Scrapbook Club 3, Professor Quizz Club 4, Year Book Staff. IOHN A. SHEAFFER "Cleve" Patrol l 2, Baseball 3, 4, Penna. History Club 3 Safe Driving Club 4, Asst. Stage Mgr AA Play. ROMAINE BRYAN "Maine" Tlri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Penna. History Club 4, Scrapbook Club 3, Senior Commercial So- ciety, O. G. A. Contest. Business College v A 1 -f-- ,fr K, kim! Ki 5 J is .., , .,., ,,., . .,,V ,, ..., f, 5,3 ' W. .T g '25 gig Q ,M W if Hifi S rs it PE. ga .?,,.f5.:w5 'A f :save 4 wwf l: 5 hif i 5? A . , .. I.,-2. 51 :- Jr : i'ieE'R..,Q25 fgggwgmf ,. or 5 . ..., - - Q if if S, 591 . si 4 X ' ,. f. xv 4 ' ':' ' "2 I ,.-.'- : . .,A, -,.:.:A . -' . Zig. Q' ' ...M II 2- ,.-' by - . ,. . - -F. :,t4g,.'. 'i:':' :i z-..r . ,pf . 'Lift :Qs .wwf ,' if ,.,' .'zs'M, h" e?','? ,A 'Nw f . 3, jf. fl., . :' : ,2', , 52, Q '-V zff 'I , far ,r Q 913,13 If .4 wr we lf" in Y f 1-1 'Q' was 141:23 4.31. 21: 5 ie wiv! 4' .t V Y 4 fs M , rig ,L E- H A ggi! 5 5, . M A gg we 4 gt if ... Q , ggzgyvg y fight ff, '4 5562 355, Y? Y gg?-K r 4 4. fit ? ,::'. A"- M 5341 ..., A El..LEN ESPENSHADE "Billie" Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Sec. 4, Girls' Vocal En- semble 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Soph. Girls'f Chorus, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' Ouartette, String Ensemble 4. Technician PAUL EUGENE GOODLING "Goodie" Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Stage Mgr. 3, 4, Gra-Y Advisor 3, 4, Patrol I, 2, Bible study 2, 3, 4. IANE LOUISE FLOWERS "Posey" Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Penna. History Club 3, Professor Quizz Club 4, Soph. Girls' Chorus, Bible Study Club 2. SIMON P. KRAYBILL Typing Club 3, Camera Club Study 2, 4. NANCY ENGLE ..Nqn., Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Scrap- book Club 3, 4, Soph. Girls' Chorus, Chorus 3, Operetta 3. IRA H. BATHURST "Doggie" 4, Bible Patrol 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Scrapbook 2, Safe Driving Club 4. Aviation ANNA IANE ESPENSHADE Chorus Zz O. G. A. Contest, Tri-Hi-Y -2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Club 3, Senior Commercial Society. Beauty Culture ROBERT L. OBER . "Rob" Bainbridge H. S. Patrol 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play 3, E-town H. S. Typing Club 4. 4 , ,,... ,,, s -xii MARY G. HAFLEY "Gracie" Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 3, 4, Senior Girls' Quartette, Girls' Soph. Chorus, Bible Study Club 3, Nursing EVERT LUTTRELL spar. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Commercial Society. ANNA IANE HACKMAN "Ianie" Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Typing Club 4, Scrapbook Club 3, Operetta 4, IAMES MILLER num.. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 3, Operetta 3, Photography Club 3, 4, Busi- ness Ste-if-I-uniorasnd-Senior Play, Business Chorus fs. Mgr. AA Play and Operetta. 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Tsfkhl fi f sw Jim ka. ak - W W if SW Viz, we 455 J 42 s of , . ,,' ,jf wi' gifs ws...Qi "' S .4 Mm fu ' EQ fr EEF T, 22 ' wx: w g 4 '..' Z -2- -EZ i w- 4 ' 551 4? 'ff - ' 1 5.-, ig 7 ,5 , A U I " r 4 Q .C ., 5 RHEABA GOODLING Nature Study Club 3, Professor Quizz Club 4, Senior Commercial Society. Bookkeeping WILBUR REIDER ..wib,. Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3. Forest Ranger SERA FREY ushonyn Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Girls' Vocal Ensemble, Bible Study, Girls' Soph. Chorus. Business School LEON HILL ..Le.. Bainbridge H. S. Orchestra 2, 3, Patrol l. 2, 3, Class Play 3, E-town H. S, Orchestra 4, lnter-Boro Band 4, Safe Driving Club 4, ARTHUR M. PAINTER "Artie" lgaszleball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Football I V Aviation GERTRUDE MAE HIPPLE "Gerty" Patrol 3, 4, Library Stall 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 4: Senior Commercial Society, Operetta 3, 4: Scrapbook Club 3. Beauty Culture ROBERT W. SEIBERT "Cappie" Football 3, 4, Patrol l, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4. Penna. MARY ELEANOR HEINLE "Elmer" Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scribe 4, Girls' Vocal En- semble 4, Bible Study 2. Technician WILLIAM I. WAGNER "Bill" History Club 31 Camera Club 4' student Council 1, 2, 3, Baseball fs, 4i Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, AA Play. NAOMI M. HEISEY ..Mona.. Scrapbook Club 4. Play Piano HAROLD E. WITMER UAV. Football 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nature Study Club 2, 3, Safe Driving Club 3, 4. Iournalism RUTH R. HILSHER Scrapbook Club 3, Typing Club 4, Bible Study 2. Nurse IACK B. HORNER "Horner" Outdoor Patrol 1, Football 2, Class Offi- cer Z, Student Council 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Year Book Staff, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 3, Debating Team 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 3, 4, Miscellaneous Club 4, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4. College lLawJ MIRIAM IEAN HIPPLE ..Hip.. Bainbridge H. S. Patrol 3, Basketball 1, 2, Class Play 3, Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, E-town H, S, Typing Club 4, Tri- Hi-Y 4. Hair Dresser ROBERT Y. GROSH ..Bob.. Operetta 3, Typing Club 3, Chorus 3, Athletic Association 1 2 3- Bible Stud 2, Football 2, 3, Bas , 1 1 Y Business College MARIAN R. KEIFER Pawtrel 2,47iariist Operetta 3, 4, Iunior Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Girls' Vocal En- semble 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph. Girls' Chorus, Inter-Boro Band, Chorus 3, 4, Pianist, String Ensemble 4, Senior Girls Quartette, Bible Stud 2. Public School' Music Supervision LEE W. HOLTZMAN ..Red,. Mgr. l, 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 1, eball 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4. HELEN A. KRODEL Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Club 3, ,Club 4, Soph. Girls' Chorus. Literary DAVID L, MADEIRA "Chick" Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Dra- matic Club 3, Debating Team 2, Year Book Staff, String Ensemble 4. Business College MILDRED HOSSLER "Millie" Girls' Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Bible Stud 2 3 Y . A Missionary Work fc, R M Au ws. ,,,, A-.2 if-,rg ffggqsf . A .L Www 'lfiffliszi ,. 4585: lf-T4 R rfb? Q55 MARY LANCASTER 32, 1931 .. H Mets if 'fiviffgg xg rt "',,'if K . 5512253 ' TQJQSQQ EARL GREINER .t . ,, Squxrrely Patrol 2, 3, Iunior Orchestra 3, Senior Or- chestra 4, Commercial Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 sjgiigfjff Nature Study Club 3, Safe Driving Club 4 ' Literary Club 3. i Business College ti fir? Q BERLE A. LEINHARD "Sizzle" Chorus 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Soph. Girls' lgfygygf Chorus, Photography Club 3, Typing Club 22 fgg' 4, Operetta 4. if if Nurse T , . HAROLD S, EBERSOLE Elf llEbn 3 Basketball 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 3. 55, Mechanic 5 F THELMA IEAN NEIDIG nxidn Soph. Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scrap- gi,-M1 book Club 3, Senior Commercial Society. X Store Work Evita: NEIL ELWOOD DUNKELBERGER "DunkY" Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Athletic Lf,gQf QQ Association l, 2, 3, 4, Miscellaneous Club 4, Student Council 4, Vice Pres. if ffii, College tilfitflii? ,iw GLADYS LIVENGOOD Sophomore Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, O, G. A. Contest 3, Scrapbook Club 3, Year Book Staff, Senior yiffg-fig Commercial Society, lQl'Q,z?1' Yglflfe A gg CLIFFORD E. SHANK 3 V' "Cliff" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, lunior Play, Senior Play, Baseball Mgr. 2, 4, Football Mgr. 4, Basket- ball Mgr. 4, Student Council 2, Rifle Club , ,Wy fI,fj,"55v',, l, 2, 3, 4. ., eil:-s,,i52?i325'f ff , i'i'2:.tZf3f::i'jr -iii A ' ,tt ..f'gff5Qi1,ij9fgf ti-fja . , I F2255 Afilffffts"ff-ifjfigg-misfit54 7 ' W,-.1 M.-M5.,M..32,a, gg. Sm, ' 4 f' Rs M on , W, W ,QQ N... Q ,QMAQ M A, N, v:A.A41,.,,-fl ma' sw er , .fm ,r if if ff-W: mcu?Q'w3,r'5' fi V' to -zfmitjwf' RA- ,AZQW nfl 32 sw: A zfgfepwl K M- if wifi? ,fs ,. MARGARET IEAN PAINTER ..MargY,, O, G. A. Contest 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Commercial Society 4, Library Club 3. Secretarial Work ROBERT STUARD GOODWIN ..Doc.. Patrol l, Student Council I, Operetta 3: Debating 3, Typing Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 'Yearbook Stall, Chorus 3, 4, Bible Study 2. College Medicine LILLIAN M. RAEBUCK "Dolly" Swimming Team 2, 3, Secretary Scrap- book Club 3, Sec. Rifle Club 3, 4, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Literary Club 4, Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH F. FREY nxen.. Patrol l, Chorus 2, Class Otlicer 2, Camera Club 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l. College MARTHA B. RUTT Scrapbook Club 3, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 4, Fancy Work Club 4. Nurse HAROLD G. HELM "Butch" Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Ping Pong Club 4. Butcher BETTY IANE SHEETZ "Sheddy" Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3 4, Chorus 2, Patrol 2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Club 3. JOSEPH F. GINGRICH, II ..Ioe.. Football Mgr. Z, Basketball l, Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Baseball 4, Golf Club 4. Novelist LAMAR ECKINGER KESSLER --Kessn Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 45 HiAY 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff. miie Citi Football VELMA RUTH SNYDER ..vel,. Patrol l, Z, Student Council l, 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 3. Physical Education RICHARD HENRY ..MopeY,. b 1, 2, 3, 4. Salesman BEATRICE SNYDER "Boots" Senior Commercial Society. ROY STONER upeepy., l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Treas- urer 4. DOROTHY SWEIGART ..Dot.. Senior Commercial Society, AMOS H. FLOYD ..Bud.. Penna. History Club 3, Professor Quizz Club 4. SYLVIA SWEIGART ..BameY.. Cheer Leader l, 2, 3, Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 4, Scrapbook Club 3. 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Y - 2 4 2 31951 2 55 IAY C. GRUBER ..Ed.. Nature Study Club 3, Safe Driving Club 4. EVELYN MARIE WENTZ ..Ev.. Patrol 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Senior Commercial Society. Secretary Work IOHN E. SWEENEY "Chuck" Footballl 2 3 4 Baseball . . , 1 3, 4, Penna. History Club 3. LUCY IRENE TODD "Toddie" Art Club l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, lun or Class Sec. 3, Girls' Vocal Ensemble 3, Soph, Girls' Chorus, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Typing Club 4, Yearbook Staff. ' College I. WARREN BISHOP "Bish" Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Base- ball 3: Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Senior Play Business Staff, Camera Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Yearbook Staff, Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4 AA Play Business Staff. Aeronautical Engineer LAURETTA D. WIT TEL ..LeuY.. Chorus 2, 3, Soph. Girls' Chorus, Bible Study 2, 3, Patrol 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Operetta 3, 4, Athletic Association 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Iunior Class Treasurer. History Teacher IOHN ROBERT BRENEMAN "Frank" Columbia High School: Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Class Officer 1. E-town High School: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 3, AA Play 4. Business College EMMA ZEAGER "Emmie Lou" Patrol 3, 4, Cheer Leader 4, Chorus 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Club 3, Needle- work Club 4. Physical Ed. V mf ' :H X4 4 1- 4. . tfwviwrr , if '+ if :Q-fs It gif?-I E iawiw f J-2 5.455 f' if -11 . ' I S gym! 1-rl K e El' Q . rt Q XS . 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' L, Wi, T 4542129 .iflwtt 1: 46. .wi infos we HP Ll i"al'5' 3,11 iifiifs rg mga? lffflrffr Dfw V iq W ,sims v',ff',e . 4 gel , 2257: S 4, Mx ,g -.3 T Mwkei I g'-.sfwqi 2 -,wry I ,K ik , ,Q , 5 i .ww vi ,ii we "Liar-'A . , A me fs. , .ww L 5 ircgffg I Metz ' -4 Q 14 'lf sig, :fl . ygfmifjw " , I QYf'?35W,'i 'ff ijfli X 2-55:1 T! if 135 H RALPH FORWOOD "Shorty" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol 2, 3, Rifle Club 3, 41 Bible Study Club 2, LEE C. uso Bainbridge High Baseball 2, 3. ROY HERR Pennsylvania Hisiory Club 37 Basketball l, Z, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Mechanic G. BENIAMIN BENDER ..Ben.. Safe Driving Club 4. There have been six great events in the history of this world. The first was the appearance of Adam and Eve. The second was the rise of King Tut. The third was the death of Iulius Caesar. The fourth was the crossing of the Atlantic by Columbus. The fifth was the reign of lack Dempsey, and the sixth was the entrance of the Class of 1940 into Elizabethtown High School. Of these, the first five were of minor importance. Adam and Eve, I believe, are now dead, King Tut is in a museum. Iulius has been eclipsed by Mussolini, Columbus has moved to Ohio, and lack Dempsey is just a faded cauliflower, But the Class of l94O not only is history, but is still making history. On September 8th, l936, one hundred thirty-one frightened fresh- men crept hesitatingly through the portals of Elizabethtown High School, what instruments of torture might be awaiting us we did not know, the dungeon horrors of medieval England, to the guillotine of France, to the electric chair of modern America, we suspected and expected everything. We meek girls huddled into one group and the humble boys tthere was no chivalry in our class in those daysl huddled into another. Those stern, heartless teachers scared us by voicing nothing beyond ordinary directions. That pack of reprobates, the sophomores, also scared us by saying anything they could think of that might have a dampening effect on our ardor and to discourage our ambition to become educated so that we might all sometime be presidents of the United States, ln spite of all this, we prospered during that first year. Little by little our greenness wore off, and our true intelligent natures began to assert themselves. lt was during that year that several of our members fell by the wayside. 'With a truly generous spirit, they decided that there were enough of us to become great without their assistance, and that they would rather live happily in the bliss of ignorance than to wallow along in the sorrows of knowledge. Or per- haps, it was when they learned that Alexander Hamilton left school at nine years and finally became Secretary of the Treasury that they decided against the evils of further education. Those of us remain- ing. survived the various tasks set before us by those whose work was the creating geniuses, and came back in the fall of l937 with the rank of sophomore. During that second year it took the combined efforts of all our teachers, and the juniors and seniors to keep us properly squelched. ln our new wisdom we wanted to symbolize the revolt of modern youth. And in that revolt several more of our members decided that work was more profitable than school. lt was during that year that some of the boys in the class began to discover that the girls in the class were human beings, and were interestingg and likewise, a few of the feminine members discovered that a little smile is a dangerous thing. But it was not until our junior years that there developed any really serious love affairs. And even by the end of our second year we had not entirely learned that serious study is both unnecessary and unbecoming to awell brought up high school youth. Our third year in Elizabethtown High School was one of great progress. By now, we were mental giants in wisdom. We learned how to recite Aupon various subjects without advance preparation. We learned many successful excuses for avoiding home study and others for not having completed it. We became practised in the art of finding reasons to be away from school and other equally good arguments in favor ot not making up the missing class work. We learned, also, that in union there is strength and that not more than one pupil should ever do a math lesson or complete a Latin transla- tion. So it was with the newly-chosen class colors of blue and gold flying, and an-inspiring motto of "There are no Alps" that in Iune of last year we stood upon the threshold of seniority. This year is all too recent and fresh in our memories to need historical reproduction. Rather, I believe it more in keeping to take account of stock and list the damages which have been wrought in our passage through the schools of Elizabethtown. Of damage to the school I dare not report. The less said about penciled books, initialed desks, battered lockers and alcohol essays the better. Of damage to our minds, there has been little. We learned to get along with a maximum of flowery speech and a minimum of brain-racking effort. Of physical wear I report the following: false teeth, sixp wooden legs, none, glass eyes, none, broken bones, five, fallen arches, none, and broken hearts, twenty. All in all, we, now eighty- eight in number, report to graduation in fair condition and with bright hopes for the future. The last four years have been happy ones. Our teachers and our principal have done everything that human beings possibly could do to make our time spent here both profitable and pleasant, even granting us at the Iunior-Senior banquet the great concession of dancing, an unwritten event heretofore in the annals of the Elizabeth- town High School. tWho says we are a back numberll Our associa- tions with one another have also been very pleasant, and fruitful of lasting friendships that will' continue for the remainder of our times. Whatever our success and future happiness, I am sure that each one of us will be able to look back on our days at Elizabethtown High School and say: "Those were the four hflppiest years of my life." Virginia Boyd mr' CLASS POEM A little while before we leave this place, We fain would linger 'mongst deserted halls Rememb'ring each familiar, friendly face, Musing o'er joys we knew within these walls. A little while we'd stop, to think once more Of that momentous day so long ago, When we as freshmen, first approached this door Scarce dreaming of how much we'd some day know. A little while we fain would linger yet Recalling hours of victory so sweet, Yet blending with our pride a vague regret For those rare times our banner knew defeat. A little while before we call "well done" Our training for the tasks we have to meet, We'd like to retrace school careers once more, And round out all the things left incomplete. A little While before we leave our school, And teachers who have given us their best, We'd like to prove our worth to carry out The principles of living they have stressed. K' A-little while weld pausE4Efnd'tryTo e Iust what we're feeling in our hearts to-day A little while we'd pause, then say-farewell! The hour has come! We must be on our way Helene Eckinger HIGH SCHOOL SONG Faithful and true-hearted Let us boost for our old High We'll revere her and defend her, May her colors proudly fly. We will stand for her united When her team is on the field Her colors streaming Her faces beaming So here's a cheer for her Whom we all love so well. Honor she has taken On the track and with the ball. May she always rank the highest May her colors never fall. We will stand for her united When her team is on the field. Her boys the fleetest, Her girls the sweetest, So here's a cheer for her Whom we all love so well. Chorus: Ioyous and ever loyal Let us boost for our old High Let every heart sing, Let every voice ring, There's no time to grieve or sigh. As ever onward, our course pur- suing, May defeat ne'er our ardor cool, But, united, we will boost for her Our old High School. President ..,. Vice President Secretary ..., Treasurer . , Advisor . . . 11-I Margaret Alwine Eddis Barnhart Glenn Baum Nancy Becker Lester Betz Loraine Blasser Edwin Boll Irene Bradley William Browning Frances Cresswell Monroe Dinwiddie Clarence Drace William Gebhart Eugene Hess Patricia Hess Sara Keeney Erma Kraybill Marilyn Miller Agnes McClurg Ruth McDannel Martha Moose Verna Newcomer Maryanna Olweiler Alfred Reingold Harry Rohrer Helen Thompson Walter Treichler Margaret Wormeley 11-2 Robert Becker Carl Brubaker Anna Chambers lames Daggett Paul Eckener CLASS OFFICERS Ioseph Garber .. Monroe Dinwiddie Agnes McClurg . , Marjorie Werkheiser Anna Mae Forwood Robert Fry Joseph Garber Iames Gerber Lois Gish Robert Heisey Ioyce Martin David Neidig Iohn Nissley Betty Ream Iohn Ream Kenneth Reider Lewis Sauters Marie Schotfstall Robert Sheetz Mary Shifter Marjorie Werkheiser Simon Zimmerman ll-3 Dean Barnhart Dorothy Becker Dorothy Broucht Thelma Cox Iune Gainer lohn Garber lane Gantz Robert Greiner Fay Hailey Ruth Haldeman Sylvester Herchleroth Robert Hutter Guy Loser Edna Luttrel Ruth Pierce Richard Sweigart Martin Weiss Mr. Weaver 11-4 lane Aldinger Paul Bliss Paul Boyer Iohn Chard . Dorothy Ebersole Martin Enclc Eleanor Erb Evelyn Eshelman Loraine Fitzwater Miriam Forry Betty Gainer Robert Gainer Henry Gingrich Arlene Goodling Margaret Greenley Alexander Hashem Betty Heagy Dorothy Heisey Anna Heastand lack Helm Raymond Hippie Claude lshler Charles Iohnson Dorothy Kaylor Iames Landis Edith Lokey lean Lokey Dorothy Longenecker Claude Moyer Ralph Risser Paul Shaak Geraldine Shatz Frank Shissler Leroy Snyder Earl Spickler Llewellyn Sweigart Verna Trostle Beulah Yeagly President .. . Vice President Secretary Treasurer . . Advisors . 10-1 Helen Alexander Harold Arndt Dale Berrier Mary Bischel Warren Bricker Iohn Buch William Carr Susan Crawford Robert Dinwiddie Floyd Doolittle Ned Easton Clyde Gantz William Gainer Emma Geib Catherine Goodyear Robert Horning Gerald Hollingsworth Merle Hossler Mary Anne Hubbs Marlin Kessler lane Klein Maribelle Kraybill Irene Larsen Ruth Parrett Ray Olweiler Harold Raftensperger Dorothy Rossman Orville Schwanger Martha Wiesting IU-2 Clyde Barnhart Iohn Brosey Geraldine Charleston Evalyn Coble Elizabeth Duntord Richard Enclc Robert Fahl CLASS OFFICERS . .,.. ., Gerald Hollingsworth Robert Dinwiddie Ruth Parrett Ioseph Ebersole .. Miss Dulebohn, Mr. Blough William Gutshall Ruth Heisey Stanley Heisey Benjamin Hess Robert Kaylor Karl Landis Ruth Leicht Ianice Laucks Edwin Ruhl Frank Rutt Harold Rutt Alma Grace Snyder Betty Sweigart Roy Sweigart Emma Tyson Sylvester Ulrich Isabella Weast Alfred Withers 10-3 - Glenn Beck Ardell Betz lean Bishop Richard Bringman Polly Brosey Earl Disney Ioseph Ebersole Anna Eshenbaugh Marcella Fink Kenneth Geyer Elizabeth Good Ferne Hershey Lewis Hubbs lean Koser Ruth Kraybill Mary Lehigh Richard Maxwell Harold McCorkel Dorothy Miller Richard Painter Richard Rohn lean Rutter Doris Smith Betty Steiner Betty Shaeifer lean Snyder Catherine Sterrett Anna Weiss lane Wade 10-4 Marl L. Aldinger Harold Bankis Clyde Becker Ray Becker Elwood Chapman Roy Clark Alfred Eckroth Harvey Eshelman Donald Fink Douglass Fitzwate Mary Gteiner George Hassler Ruth Hoffer Douglass Karnes Elwood Krodel lohn Laurence Walter Lehman Robert Lindemuth Helen Long George Neidig Eerne Shaalc Rav Shaak Helen Shank Eugene Snyder Kark Stoner Frank Sweeney lames Sweigart I' 9-1 William Barnhart Louise Baugher Mary Butterbaogh Donald Dempsey George Flowers Richard Gaynor Samuel Gingrich Charles Goodyear Elaine Grimm Mary Grosh Richard Heisey Nancy Hein Helen Helsley Brooks Henderson Virgie Keener Paul Kraybill Robert Lesher Rebecca Longenecker Donald Lutz Paul Meckley George Miller Nancy Myersk Marnes Nissley Janice Rahn Robert Reem John Reider Joanne Schlosser Howard Shaelfer Robert Singer Kathleen Smith Harold Stahl Dorothy Thoman Mary J, Thompson George Wells Leona West 9-2 Alma Baum Charles Biddle Morris Brinton Velma Bobish Cleo Boozer David Cooley Betty Ebersole Jay Eckinger Glenn Eshelrnan Elma Fahl Robert Fowden Frank Groff Bernice Gutschall Anna L. Heeter Floyd Heisey Herbert Ingram Thomas Junk Janet Kauffman Dean Koppenhaver Nelson Lawrence Lelen Martin Carl Minich Gerald Schuldt Jean Shank Frances Slesser John Slothower Anna Snyder Fay Stotz Mary Sweigart Nettie Sweigart Betty J. Weaver Irene Weistling Leroy Wittle 9-3 Kenneth Becker Jean Breneman Clifford Drescher Arlene Ebersole Edna Ebersole Ralph Frey Russel Good Isla Goodling Marian Greiner Sarah Gutschall Ruth Herr Arthur Johns Alice Landis Joseph Loraw Dale Murnper Marlin McCorkel Richard Peters Robert Sheaiter Mildred Stump 9-4 Elizabeth Ausborne Paul Blecker Clyde Boyer Earl Boyer Harold Gawer Zelda l-Iitz James Hoover Joseph Huntzberger Marvin Means Eleanor Reem William Reem Roy Slesser Betty Sweigart Edward Ulrich Robert Ulrich Wilbert Wagner 8-l Madeline Bailey Harold Boll Betty Boll George Breneman Vernon Bricker Ioe V. Brown Walt Dittenclerter William Dressen Iames Cotterman Edity Eckroth Louise Fisher Nancy Forney loanne Herr . Perry Hipple Betty Hollinger Mary Lutz Marie Heilman Robert Nissley Ianet Painter Ionas Parret Dale Peiffer Betty I. Risser Herman Risser Charles Roland Reed Seiders Marguerite Shirk Margaret Steever Paul Stetler George Weiss lean Werkheiser 8-2 Miriam Becker Harold Brandt Leo Coble lean Engle Robert Enterline Betty Fitzpatrick Marian Heagy Mildred Heagy Zeigler Heilman David Kraybill Edith Iohns Blanche Larson Harry Longenecker Bessie McClurg Carl Raftensberger Harvey Reem Nancy Rehrer lean Rice Betty Seibert Lavanabelle Shaeffer Frank Shank Mabel Shank Harold Shearer Robert Shiffer William Stout Beverly Smeltzer Robert Smith Rhea Springer Catherine Witmoyer Anna Nelson 8-3 Paul Bankus Evelyn Brinser lean Brosey Iohn Davis Charles Drescher Iohn Eisenhaur Howard Enck Lois Gautz lay Gerber Ruth G. Gibble lane Herr Betty Herr Thelma Hershey Ieanette Hibshman Doris Iacobs Earl Kipp Faye R. Koser Kenneth Lancaster Edward Maxwell William Moose Eleanor O'Neil. Helen Royer Iohn Stahl Robert Tobias Doris Ulrich Clair Werner Roland Weaver 7-1 lane Bashore Kathleen Eaugher Harry Beck Edward Blasser Iames Dreesen lane Frey Ierwyn Gerber Nancy Gingrich Earl Good Velva Goodling William Helm Ethel Hershey Marilyn Holtzman Wilbur Hornalius Charles Hubbs Naomi Kraybill Geraldine Landis Iestine Lehman Betty Martin Elwood Miley Iay Myers Caiherine Newcomer Iames Ney Kathryn Nissley Robert Raiiensberger Hilda Rahn Edwin Reingold Gloria Rice Mary Ellen Shank Marvin Shand Olive Sweigart Iolm 'Tierney Iohn Treichler Angeline Weicksel Charles Wells Charles Engle Fay Etter Nancy Gamer Anna Ruth Grove Mary Hashem lay Herr Ethel Hilt Lee Hippensteel Henry Hiiz lean Kaufman Charles Kipp Leslie Kreider Joyce Lesher Betty Meads Eugene Maderia Richard MCCorkel lune Miller Jonas Oberdorf Edith Reem lune Richardson Grace Sellman Cora Shaeiler Harold Shank Harold H. Shank Vesta Snyder Mary Ulrich --N? Aw iv il WWW ,na it fi if drip? . 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Mabel Barley Sylvia Sweigart Helene Eckinger Mary Berrier Senior Members Gertrude Hipple Betty Brinser Ellen Espensliade Marian Kiefer , Miss Belser Mary Halley Martha Hutt Eleanor I-leinle Sara Frey Q w....,,. we -uv' Q , . 'Q' 4, ,gm Safety Patrol ay, 4, NW. fi Corridor Patrol Captain ........... Iohn Chard Captain ...,. ..,. Secretary . . .... Alfred Reingold Lieutenant . . . . , Lieutenant . Lieutenant ., . . Senior Members Lillian Raebuck Gertrude Hippie Enirna Zeager Iane Flowers Sylvia Sweigart Helene Eckinger Betty Sheetz Lauretta Wittel lane Flowers Lauretta Wittel Marjorie Werkheiser Harold Arndt Librarian .,,...,.. Mrs. Kathryn Nissley Herr Senior Members Virginia Boyd Gertrude l-lipple OFFICERS President ......, Lauretta Wittel Secretary ,.... Frances Creswell Vice President ,,.. Betty Brinser Chaplain ...,.. Lillian Raebuck Treasurer ...... Helene Eckinger Scribe .,,....... Eleanor Heinle Advisors ...4..4.................. Miss Miller, Miss Dulebohn Mabel Barley Mary Berrier Virginia Boyd Gladys Bricker Mary Brinser Romain Bryan Anna Chapman Hilda Easton Helene Eckinger Nancy Engle Anna I. Espenshade SENIOR MEMBERS Ellen Espenshade Gladys Livengood lane Flowers Sara Frey lane Hackman Mary Hailey Eleanor Heinle Gertrude Hipple Miriam Hipple Mildred Hossler Marian Kiefer Beryl Leinhard Thelma Neidig Margaret Painter Lillian Raebuck Betty Sheetz Velma Snyder Sylvia Sweigart Lucy Todd Evelyn Wentz Lauretta Wittel Emma Zeager With the purpose in mind-to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards ot Christian character-these two organizations began the year's Work with drive for larger memberships and a greater determination to promote clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship lt is the feeling ol the advisers that the emphasis should be placed here. Under the guidance of each club, a course in "Bible Study' was given and certificates awarded. The outstanding social events were the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet, and the Father-Son Banquet. OFFICERS President ..,. Monroe Dinwiddie Treasurer . .. . , Wilbur Aungst Vice President .... Dale Seiders Chaplain .....,.... loe Gingrich Secretary .,..... Warren Bishop Sergt.-at-Arms Robert Breneman Advisor . , ................ ,... ........,.....,..... M r . Davis Warren Bishop Wilbur Aungst Robert Breneman Richard Ebersole Ralph Forwood Ioe Gingrich SENIOR MEMBERS Paul Gooclling Stuart Goodwin Earl Greiner Richard Haldeman lack B. Horner Lamarr Kessler Everett Luttrell David Madiera Edward Miller lames Miller Dale Seiders Clifford Shank Harold Witrner Under the able direction of Mrs. Herr, "Big Hearted Herbert" was presented by the class in their senior year. The play proved to be one of the most enjoyable performances ever given by a high school group. The leading character is Herbert Kalness Uack Hornerl, a self-made man, who prides himself on being plain. His devoted wife CLauretta Wittell succeeds, however, in modernizing their home quite successfully, although she has never been able to banish the awful portrait of Grandpa Kalness nor the big brass cuspidor, two objects which her husband insists upon keeping in the living room. The day arrives when their daughter CMabel Barleyl becomes engaged and, at a dinner to celebrate the event, Herbert has a great tantrum which even his Wife cannot excuse. The next day, he brings his best customer and his Wife CNeil Dunkelberger and Lillian Rae-buckl home to dinner. This time he finds his home and his family plainer than he ever imagined they could be. In the final, riotous scene of a plain dinner served in the plainest of Ways, Herbert realizes that at heart he is not so plain after all, and that his life will be happier if he be more a father and less a tyrant. The other members of the class to play important roles were: Anna Chapman, Ioe Gingrich, David Madeira, Ellen Espenshade, Dale Seiders, Donald Ulrich, Betty Brinser and Clifford Shank. Under the direction of Mr. Seiders, "Dollars to Doughnuts," a farce in three acts by Glenn Hughes, was presented by the class in their Iunior year. The play largely centers around Iames Boland, a Wealthy business man Hack Hornerl and his Wife Henrietta KMarian Kielerl who are confronted with the problem ot trying to please their two daughters. Caroline Cl..illian Raebuckl has fallen in love with George Hobbs CDale Seidersl, a young man prejudiced against the rich. In bringing him home to spend a Weekend, she has her parents pretend to be quite poor. The servants are no sooner dismissed, however, than Hortense CEllen Espenshadel, the younger daughter informs her parents that she is coming home and bringing a prince Uoseph Gingrichl with her, and they are to put on their best style. ln their dilemma, the Bolands press Mrs. Boland's sister fLauretta Wittell, a sporty spinster, to be their cook and the Reverend Samuel Piggott CNiel Dunklebergerl to be their butler. The plot becomes more complicated when Chester CClittord Shankl, the youngest of the Boland children, and Helen Cory tMabel Barleyl, Chester's girl friend, contribute the bright idea of sending home- made telegrams, thereby further deluding George and the Prince. Finally the two young men detect the hoax and turn the tables by faking a silver theft and sending the Bolands a real telegram. The curtain goes down with the ringing ot wedding bells. Under the direction of Mr. Seiders, assisted by Mr. Wenger, the Athletic Department sponsored "Abie's lrish Rose," a comedy in three acts by Anne Nichols. Abram Levy, Whose father's heart is set on his marrying a nice little Iewish girl, brings home as his bride Rosemary Murphy. To appease his first Wrath Abie introduces Rosemary as Rosie Murphyski. Levy is fooled until Rosie's father arrives and turns out to be Patrick Murphy. Right there a comic War is started. Having been married by a Methodist minister, Abie and Rose are married again by a rabbi to please Levy, and a third time by a Catholic priest to satisfy Murphy. When twins are born a year later, Rose's wisdom in naming the girl Rebecca, and the boy Patrick Ioseph halts the family feud long enough to bring the play to a close. Inasmuch as the Athletic Department is represented by all the students of the high school, the roles Were not restricted to any one class but were played as follows: Mrs. Isaac Cohen-Ie-an Grosh, Class of '38. Mr. Isaac Cohen-Harold Raffensperger, Class of '42, Dr. Iacob Samuels-Wilbur Aungst, Class of '4U. Mr. Solomon Levy-Harold Garrrian, Class of '39. Mr. Abraham Levy-Iohn Lebo, Class of '42. Miss Mary Rosemary Murphy-Lorraine Blasser, Class of '4l. Mr, Patrick Murphy-Robert Breneman, Class of '4U. Father Whalen-William Wagner, Class of '4O. This year under the direction of Miss Belser, the High School Mixed Chorus presented "Lelawala" a dramatic operetta by Cadman and Brown. The beautiful legend of Niagara the "Thunder Waters" of the Indians provides the background for the plot. ln time gone by, during a famine, the Great Spirit, called for the sacrifice of a virgin, and Necia, the Chiefs daughter, volunteered. On a set day she drifted over the Niagara Falls in a white, flower-decked canoe, the anger of the Great Spirit was appeased and the famine ended. Cast of Characters Wokomis CGreat Heartj, Chief of the Oniahgarahs . Neil Dunkelberger Lelawala tFalling Watersj, His daughter, Maid of Niagara Mary Hailey, Mary Shiffer Klolowar fThe Singerl, His Son ..........,.......,.,.. Eugene Hess Marpeetopah lFour Skiesj, Medicine-Man ,.........,... lack Horner Hintola tBlue Hairj, Grandmother of Lelawala ...,.. Helene Eckinger Sowanas tSouth Windj, Lover of Lelawala .... Gerald Hollingsworth Shungela fThe Foxj, Rejected Lover of Lelawala .... David Madeira Wacootay lThe Shooterl, An Oniahgarah Brave ,.... Wilbur Aungst Wambeme CThe Eaglej, An Oniahgarah Brave .,...... Harold Helm Wanyeca CThe Fireflyj, A Romantic Widow .,........ Lauretta Wittel Napanee lThe Broolcj, Who Loves Klolowar ...,,.. Ellen Espenshade Eagle Eye, A Famous Scout ,......,......,., .... C lifford Shank Major Wallace, Comrnandant of a Fort ,.,. Dale Seiders Mabel, His Daughter ,. .,......,...,.,.... ...,,... B etty Brinser Capt. Bliss, Lover of Mabel ................. ......... E ugene Hess Clarinda Bond, Who Admires the Sergeant ..... Marjorie Werkheiser Sergeant Bilks, Who Admires Himself .,.... ..,...,...., I ohn Lebo Lord Taller, Who Admires Witticisms .,............, Walter Treichler Indian Maidens, lndian Braves, Colonial Maids, Soldiers, Dancers, Etc. pleted: Gettysburg, Hanover, Maytown, Millersburg, Hummelstown Middletown, Swatara Township, Carlisle, and Mechanicsburg, along with the Penna. Forensic contests. Ot the league contests, tour were won and two lost. The teams were as follows: Affirmative Mary Brinser Leona West lack Horner, Capt. Mary Thompson, Alt. Negative Helen Alexander Ruth Parrot Gerald Hollingsworth, Capt. Brooks Henderson, Alt. President ,.,.... Vice President . .. Treasurer . . , ., Secretary , . . Ellen Espenshade Neil Dunlcelberger Otficers ...,...... . Monroe Dinwiddie .. . Neil Dunkelberger Roy Stoner Ellen Espenshade Senior Members Roy Stoner Robert Brenernan lack B, Horner .. Virginia Boyd . .. Betty Brinser . Lucy Todd . , . Dale Seiders . . . Stuart Goodwin . . Wilbur Aungst , . . Warren Bishop . . . Richard Haldeman Editor ln Chief ., . Associate Editor . . . . Associate Editor ..,... Art Editor .. . . . Art Editor ,Sports Editor , . . . Business Staff , A , .... Business Staff Business Staff Lamar Kessler ...., ,.... B usiness Staff David Madeira . . Donald Ulrich . . . Hilda Easton ,,.. Lauretta Wittel . . . Mr. Seiders .... Mr. Hamilton .... A .... Business Staff .. . . Business Staff . . . . Business Staff Business Staff Literary Advisor . . . Business Advisor E EE 2: if if ga 5 Qi S3 W sf 'E Ss 3' H, 5, is 55 3? ,E ET 2 , ?e 1 E 5, 9? ii J is 'G if fr' 52 S i :S iji g iz 'Q if S4 5 ga 1 ff: if E 5- L u. 9 I 2? 2- 5 4 R S nit if i if 2. : 1. fd Sk, -3 2, D, 2 KY . S6 1 nf 2 E MT I 5 1 1 i 1 3 5 3 Z z I 5 5 , l 1 i F s 2 ! I E E I I ! E i I 3 2 1 . 5 A 1, E 5 ,, .1 1. 3 1? F su f 5. Q ,, S 1 , ef - NN , U:A :MwM1.41.:'w,.Yh 12 ' fm Maw gy, QQ: MW., W is LLL. .F , 4 ,Lg f If Ni glk-925 j - g em 4 V. . " N W4 ,Q , , ' M J" Wi-161 'fi " ww U . H. EV, " f ' , 'H ! ,W - if ' z M- ' , . ,, f ' 4 " . A L f NCBI. Emilie? 'M Wm. S V N , ..,:-.WQFW . Q. .iffy " .wi -13353, 1 1 - A 17G',L,f'-7 , , . A , V ' ,Q W N , 'A , ' ' ' 'I iv. "W Z4 ' ' P-THLETX Largely due to the fine coaching of Mr. Wenger, the gridiron eleven in blue and orange completed one of the most successful seasons, regardless of the fact the boys lost the last game to Patton Trade, their traditional rival. Of the nine games played, there were five victories, three defeats, and one tie. E.H.S. OPP. 6 Lancaster O 12 West York Z8 13 Shillington 13 B Lititz 7 7 Red Lion 6 21 Ephrata 6 13 Hummelstown U 12 Columbia 6 0 Patton Trade 38 Position Right End ..... Right Tackle . . . Right Guard . . . Center ......... Left Guard ,... Left Tackle ..... Left End ....... Quarter Back Half Back ...... Half Back ...... Full Back ...... End .,.... End ..... Tackle .... . . . Tackle . . . Tackle .... . . . Guard .... Guard ..... . . . Guard .... Back .... Back .... Back .... Back .... Player Iarnes Landis Iohn Sweeney Robert Siebert Robert Cunningham Robert Breneman Earl Spickler Dale Seiders Roy Stoner Ioe Garber Wilbur Aungst Harold Raffensperger Painter Sweigart Brosey Goodling Treichler Boyer Risser Sauters Bishop Frey Luttrell Miller Under the direction of Mr. Wenger, the a successful season was completed With team annexing the Elizabethtown Rotary defeating the Elizabethtown College I-V's, Trade School. Our boys also finished tie Athletic Coach, the basketball Club Cup, by and the Patton with Mount loy for the runner-up position in section one of the Lancaster County High School league, by winning nine out of twelve games, and coming through with flying colors in fifteen out of twenty-five starts. E.H.S. OPP. East Cocalico . . , . . 40 l5 Highspire ..... . . 38 34 Rothsville ..,.... . , 22 15 East Donegal ..., . . 36 43 Hershey ....,.. . . 26 33 Mount loy ..,. , . 28 45 Manheim ...., . . 32 20 Alumni ,..,.. , . , . 37 63 Marietta .... , . . , , 30 26 East Hempfield , ,. 55 36 Highspire ......,. . . 27 41 College I-V's ......,. 47 16 Lancaster Catholic .. 35 56 Rothsville . . . Patton Trade ,,.. East Donegal ..... Lancaster Catholic Mount Ioy ,,...,.. Manheim .... Marietta ...... Hershey . . ,,.., , . East Hempfield , ,. E-town All Stars ,. College I-V's .. Patton Trade .. Total . . . E.H.S. OPP. 46 38 31 33 28 38 26 28 43 36 44 28 65 55 45 54 38 31 39 37 38 35 40 39 ,MQQGE Field G. Foul G. Foul Tr Total 104 64 74 49 16 11 13 6 2 3 3 1 1 D. Fink R. Painter E. Spickler Name I. Garber ... ... 124 51 D. Ulrich .4,. . . . 108 31 R. Stoner .... . 84 40 D. Seiders . . . 1 25 16 D. Peters .... , 22 6 S. Ulrich ..,. . 20 7 E. Spickler .. 3 5 I. Landis . . 5 1 I. Buch ....... 2 2 W. Gebhcxrt . . 2 1 K. Reider . , . 2 0 H. Ebersole . . . 0 1 H. Rcxttensperger , . . 0 1 IUNIOR VARSITY G. Loser H. Ruffensperger R. Hutter D. Neidig I. Buch G. Neidig C. Stoner I, Ebersole I. Gerber Senior Members Pcrul Phillips Richard Ebersole Lee Holtzmcm Iohn Shcteffer Roy Stoner Arthur Painter Hoy Herr Eve-ret Luttrel Harold Ebersole Clyde Wenger-Couch W. E. Weaver-Asst. Coach Members Wilbur Reider Ralph Risser Icxmes Landis Ioe Garber Sylvester Ulrich Hctrold Burkholder-Couch Robert Becker Ray Shack H. Wilbur Aungst-Manager Wgiu DP , I. "mu-ul Sept. 5-School opens-we are now dignified Seniors! Sept. 8-First football game with Lancaster Catholic High, we won with Seiders making a touchdown Sept. 12-Scrimmage game with Highspire. Sept. 14-First chemistry experiment-didn't blow up the building as yet. Sept. 15--Mr. Seiders tried to 'discover our literary possibilities by having a written exam-on Beowulf. Sept. 16-Tri-Hi-Y girls sponsored assembly program. Sept. 23--A streak of bad luck-York defeated us. Sept. 25-Mr. Wenger working hard to raise the team's spirits. Sept, 26-Mr. Bishop complained of broken test tubes-twe were experimenting againl. Sept. 27-Organization of clubs. Sept. 29-Hi-Y boys presented Assembly program. Sept. 30-Senior Girls Quartet made their debut at the Kennewood. Tied game with Shillington. Oct. 14-First meeting of Yearbook Staff. Oct. 15-Defeated Red Lion 7-6. Oct. 17-Inter-Boro Band concert here in our auditorium. Oct. 19-lst rehearsal for our Senior play "Big Hearted Herbert." Oct. 21--Glorious victory for our team, defeated Ephata 21-6. Oct. 26-7-Institute--how we welcomed it! Oct. 31--Defeated Hummelstown 13-U. Nov. l-Senior Hallowe'en Party in the gym. Nov. 3-Big victory over Columbia! Nov. 9-Millersville State Teachers College entertained us. Nov. 10-Armistice Day program. Nov, ll-Ouriboys lost to Patton! We are all feeling down-but not ou . Nov. 16-17-Senior class play "Big Hearted Herbert"-big success! Record breaking attendance. Nov. 18-Tri-Hi-Y food sale. Nov. 22-Thanksgiving holidays began. Nov. 27-Play cast had a party. Nov. 29-Basketball season opened with victory over Cocalico. Dec. 1-Defeated Highspire. ! Dec. 5-School Q jubilant oved victory with Rothsville our rival. Dec. 12-Tri-Hi-Y entertained! the Hi-Y. Dec. 15-17-"Abie's Irish Rose." Dec. 18-Lauretta chosen as our good citizen. Dec. 19-Seniors busy delivering Xmas wreaths. Dec. 22-Xmas Assembly program. Holiday vacation begins. Ian. Z-Back to school again! Everybody in low spirits. Ian. 3-Try-outs for operetta "Lelawala." Ian. 7-We wish Betty would learn to skate-but then it is fun being p1cked up! Ian. 9-Debating tryouts. Ian. 15-Someone ought to tell Iack what stop signs are for! Ian. l8-Elizabethtown College Sock and Buskin Club at assembly program. Ian. 19-Interesting assembly-Minstrel Show-Mr. Seiders' home room. Ian. 22-Close game with Patton-they were the lucky ones! Ian. 31-Love is in the air! Lauretta is the latest victim. Feb. 2-Defeated Mt. Ioy. Feb. 8-Many! vacant seats this morning! Could there 'have been a party last night? Ask Wib and Billie. Feb. 9-Our Rip Van Winkle actually stayed awake long enough to give an English topic. Feb. 12-Wikikfiungsfs grandpa has some cows-they give malted mx . Feb. 14-Valentine Day with a terrific blizzard-many are snowed in. Feb. 19--Iimmie fell asleep in French class-again! Feb. Z2-23-Operetta "l..elawala"-definitely a success. March 1-Debate in assembly. 4Affirmative convinced the audience that the Government should own the railroads. March 4-lst night of tournament at College. March 7-Final tournament-our team won the cup again! March 14-lack would have to get sick for the Middletown debate! We lost. March 15-Tri-Hi-Y presented Easter assembly. Debating team enter- tained by the Rotary Club. March 22-Easter Holidays begin: March 28--Deacon made a change in cars. March 29-Donald Peters left school-burden of romance and study April April April April April MGY May May May May May May May too great. l-Senior Girls entertained by the Business and Professional Women's Club. V Z-Yearbook goes to press! What a relief. 5-Forensic contests. 19--Paul Goodling tell asleep in P. D. class. 22-Robert Brenamen caught the first fly' of the season in health class. 2-3-Iunior Class play "Lena Rivers." 10-Mother-Daughter banquet. 17-Iunior+Senior banquet, followed by fhold your breathl a DANCE! ZZ-Holy smoke! 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PHONE l52-I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED School Work a Specialty Commercial and Amateur Finishing Well Equipped tor Class ot 1940 Any Picture in this Book May be Ordered FRAMING KODAK FILMS Ground Floor - Modern Equipment ouns PoNT1Ac I Compliments I-lassinaer of and . , Kleins Chocolate Risser Company I LA SALLE C. E. LUTZ, Agent Eull lines ot Petroleum Products Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments ot Eiclqeits Pretzel Company lrving Pteingolol Phone 2l7-M TAILCR and CLEANER ' fx f' - We Operate Our Own Cleaning Plant 35 W. High St. lux ul. Elizabethtown, Pa. - ':"-1: ",... . .11 ':... Phone soro PLYMoUTH CGM FEED Great Cars Eine Service A Square Deal P. W. HEISEY 22 East High Street Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments of M A E T l N Tl-lE CLOTHIER . 1 Compliments ot l. W. Wolgemuth Phone l 7 5 C GRAIN SEEDS Eurniture of Character ' At Reasonable Prices S Mum F. Eberly PCUTY ELIZABETHTCWN, PA. Pure Milk gud Cfeqm Route 3 Phone 930-R-12 o Try Our Delicious Orange luice Compliments ot o BRANDTIS GROCERY North Hanover Street Elizabethtown, Pa. "On the Square" Phone 236-W NEWCCMER'S SERVICE STATICNS o Gasoline Motor Cils Fuel Cils C o Phones: Elizabethtown Mount Ioy Ephrata 226-I l9l 291-R LEQ KQB FRESH MEATS eRooEE1Es I , VEGETABLES Plumbing and Heating COHtff1CtOf WENGER BROTHERS Everything pertaining to the business, Food S1016 carefully and promptly attended to. ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Phone 44 Phone 267 FRANK S. MILLER RUSSELL MILLER Compliments ot I-IARRY MILLER and SCN ELizAEETEToWN,iiPENNA. Compliments of SIIIOS EEETZLEES DAIRY Company . Compliments of Makers ot Eine Shoes for Women The Grace Shop Eirst Fashion First 20 West High Street Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments of Elizabethtown Plomiitq Mill LUMBER BUILDERS' SUPPLIES MILL WOCD COAL Phone No. 3 54 Brown Street i' Tl-IEATER CE THE S TA R S CMOOSEI N if Seibert Brothers ICE DELIVERY Bohn ond Coolerotor Air Conditioned Ice Refrigerators Compliments of N. B. LAUGI-ITCN MODERN STYLE SHOP Ladies' Wear Compliments ot W. G. HAINE Provide an Account by Systematic Saving , Ask about our plan Schofglpjjjhfgjuege ELIZABETHTQWN , BUILDING Satisfied customers in every State in the Union and the Territory of Alaska Tell Us Your Needs We do the rest y AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 23 South Market Street Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments of TRY Western Auto KUNTZLEIVIANS . Complete line ot Auto DELICIOUS Accessories and ICE CREAM Sporting Goods Phone l2-I Elizabethtown Elizabethtown Chamber ot Commerce Elizabethtown, Pa. An Agricultural and Industrial Center OFFICERS: I. I... RISSER, President I, N. OLWEILER, First Vice-President D, L. LANDIS, Second Vice-President I. K. NEWCOMER, Treasurer I... C. HERSHEY, Secretary Compliments ot EMPIRE SI-ICE CO. Compliments of ELIZABETHTCWN GAS CC. Compliments ot UPERICR IGN CC. RCTI-I'S Fine Furniture For Forty-tive Years Funeral Directors You marry the girl, We'll furnish the home" I-ienry L. Gise ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Notary Public - Surveyor Insurance ot all kinds-Agent for State Capital Savings and Loan Association ot Harrisburg, Pa. Compliments ot your Allis Chalmers and Studebaker Dealer Sipling Bros. RI-IEEMS, PA. i IACOB BIXLEB Farmer T. M. THOMPSON Gentleman Farmer Compliments ol ELTBOYSIE PABMS POTATOES 'lr DAIRY TOBACCO Compliments of B AU M ' S Bologna and Beet Select Products B. D. 3, Elizabethtown, Pa. S. Cr. Hershey Department Store ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Compliments of , B E C K , S Pt. U. Trimlole . WELDING - BLACKSMlTHlNCw FRUITSI VEGETABLES NASH SALES cmd SERVICE SEAFOODS Phone 29-B C Only the Best Elizabethtown, Pa. Zarioss Hardware On the Square ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. Compliments of DAISY M. KLElN 2l W. High St. Compliments of PLORY'S MEAT MARKET 23 E. High Phone 24-M R. A. Hamilton Watchmaker and leweler CENTER SQUARE Elizabethtown Bakery Quality Baked Products GEBI-lART'S ART CS BOOK STORE Gifts For All Delivered Fresh Daily Occasions 26 W. High St. Phone 259 Elizabethtown S H E A R E R ' S S. B. EECKER Registered Plumber Furniture Store 35-37 S. Market Street Phone 12-W f Compliments of ZEPNICICS Grocery Store Elizabethtown, Pa. Compliments of SPlCKLER'S DAIRY Park Street Phone 57 Compliments ot L. I-L l-lalcleman Ieweler 9 S. Market St. TASTY POTATO CHIPS Crispy Crackling Fresh R. Roland Phone 52-W BUCI-LS Water Ballast Lawn Rollers For Rolling Lawns, Golf Courses and Tennis Courts 0 Write to us for circular BUCH MFG. CO. Elizabethtown, Pa. Reach Spaulding Shenk Bros. O Sporting Goods and Toys o 30-32 W. King St. Lancaster, Pa. Bicycles Koclaks Compliments of ECONOMY SHOE STORE 39 We-Si High si. Fine Shoes From Fine Sources Compliments of AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN Good Food and Courteous Fountain Service Step into the Quality Group Drive the FORD V-8 MERCURY V-8 DELUXE FORD V-8 LINCOLN-ZEPHYR V-I2 A motor car to suit your taste at the price you Want to pay Garbers Garage ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. COAL FEED O Grubb ci Breneman FUEL OIL GRAIN With Best Wishes For The Future DIFF'S H. K. Dorsheimer Sporting Goods - Kodaks Confectionery Sundries


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