Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)
- Class of 1941
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Here is The Nineteen Forty-one Yearbook. Whether
feel that it be history or biography, or merely an idle
it is yours nevertheless. If you enjoy it, the staff will fee
they have not written in vain.
R. E. HEIN ...,,........ ...... P resident
DR. T. M. THOMPSON . . . . . . Vice-President
A. K. GARMAN ........,......... .... S ecretary
I. W. ATKINS .......,................. Treasurer
G. R. ALEXANDER
For the many benefits which we have enjoyed
throughout our public school careers, our heartfelt
appreciation goes to every member of the Board
of Education to Whom We, The Class of 1941, grate-
fully dedicate this number of the Yearbook.
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In the midst of the joy and high hopes of the 1940 Commencement
activities, a dark shadow fell in the sudden death of Mr. Iohn W.
Wolgemuth, one of the members of the School Board.
Notwithstanding the fact that he played an important part in many
business relations, Mr. Wolgemuth found time for many civic duties to
which he gave a full measure of constructive service. In the many
years he had been a school director, he had greatly become interested
in the cause of education. Through his devotion to that cause, he won
not only the confidence of his official associates, but also the good will
and respect of his fellow citizens.
The Yearbook Staff considers it a privilege to pay tribute to a man
who exemplified so high an order of stewardship and to join with the
community who laments his untimely death. They feel that his life will
continue an outstanding inspiration to all who knew him.
Supervising Principal-T. H. EBERSQLE
TILLMAN H. EBERSOLE
KATIE O. MILLER
KATHRYN NISSLEY HERR
WAYNE B. BLOUCH
Problems of Dem., English
ARTHUR C. MAYOR
Physical Ed., Civics
WILLIS E. SEIDERS
Physical Ed., Science
I. HAROLD BURKHOLDER
ROBERT I. TRIMBLE
VIRGINIA L. BREWER
NORMAN E. DAVIS
WILBUR E. WEAVER
ALBERTA E. LANG
Not Conquered-Still Conquering
We've always looked upon the day
That we'd be graduating,
As a happy moment of our lives
For which we've all been waiting.
But as the time is drawing near,
Our joy is mixed with tearsg
We realize soon we'll lose our friends
We've gathered through the years.
Yes, we'll have our class reunions
Where most of us shall meet again,
We'll talk over our school days
And discuss our fellow-men.
But that'1l not be like attending class,
A task we thought we hated,
You just don't appreciate school
Until you have graduated.
--Dorothy M. Ebersole
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.
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 pursuing,
May defeat ne'er our ardor cool,
But, united, we will boost for her
Our old High School.
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IOSEPH M. GARBER
CLASS PRESIDENT 2, 3, 4, Football
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Baseball 1, Tennis
2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Yearbook Stall,
Segtiog Slay, Iunior Play, Rifle Club
IOHN MONROE DINWIDDIE
VICE PRESIDENT 4, Hi-Y Z, 3, Presi-
dent 3, Student Council 3, President
3, Chorus 4, President 4, Rifle Club
3, 4, President 4.
RICHARD A. SWEIGART
CLASS TREASURER 4, Student Coun-
cil 3, Chorus 4, Business Manager,
Iunior Play Manager, Senior Play
AGNES CECELIA MCCLURG
CLASS SECRETARY 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
4, Patrol 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Year-
book Stalf, Senior Play.
AMANDA IANE ALDINGER
Tri-l-li-Y 2 3 4' Patrol 4
IRA DEAN BARNHART
MARGARET ALBERTA ALWINE
Tri-Hi-Y 2 3 4' Chorus 3, 45 Library
Staff 3, 4' Senior Play
GLENN SAMUEL BAUM
Iumor Orchestra 3 Semor Orchestra
4 Yearbook Staff
EDDIS MAGDALENE BARNHART
lunior Playg Senior Play
ROBERT H BECKER
Yearbook Staff Ritle Club 1 Z 3 4
Football Manager 3 Basketball
DOROTHY IANE BECKER
Tri-l-li-Y 2 3 4- Student Council l Z
Patrol 2 3 4
Semor Play Iumor Play
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Tennis Z, 3, 45 Student Council 25
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NANCY IANE BECKER
PAUL H. BLESS
M. LORRAINE BLASSER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Iunior Orchestra l,
2, 35 Senior Orchestra 3, Chorus 3, 4,
Iunior Play, Athletic Association
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Iunior
Play, Senior Play.
IRENE ISABELLE BRADLEY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Iunior Orchestra l, 25
Library Staff 2, 3, 45 Athletic Asso-
ciation Play 3.
PAUL VERE BOYER
Football l, 3, 45 Basketball lg Base-
ball l, 4, Senior Play.
DOROTHY LOUISE BROUCHT
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, 3, Chorus
35 Senior Play, Iunior Play, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM TAYLOR BROWNING
Football l, 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Patrol l, 2,
3, Student Council 3.
ANNA KATHRYN CHAMBERS
lOl-IN HENRY CHARD
Patrol 35 Stage Staff 1, 2, 3.
THELMA MAE COX
2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Senior
IAMES ROLAND DAGGETT
FRANCES VERONICA CRESSWELL
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-
President 45 Iunior Orchestra 35 Sen-
ior Orchestra 45 Library Staff 3, 45
3, 45 Yearbook Staff, Art
CLARENCE C. DRACE
Senior Class Play.
DOROTHY MAE EBERSOLE
2, 3, 45 Student Council 25
PAUL F. ECKINGER
Football 45 Basketball 2, 35 Hi-Y 2,
3, 45 Student Council 35 Rifle Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
EVELYN IEAN ESHELMAN
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4,
Patrol I, 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 3, Slage Staff I, 4.
LORAIN GRACE FITZWATER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT LEWIS FREY
Football 3, 4, Baseball
Council 3, Rifle Club 4.
MIRIAM ALDINGER FORRY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Student Council lg
Chorus 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4.
IOHN MARTIN GARBER
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Library 3.
ANNA MAE FORWOOD
IAY ALBERT GARMAN
Bainbridge High School.
BETTY IANE GAINER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Student Council l, 25
Patrol l, 2, 35 Cheerleader.
I. WILLIAM GEPHART
Football 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball
45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Chorus 45 Senior Play,
Adv. Manager5 Iunior Play, Adv.
Manager5 Rifle Club 2.
MYROLINE IUNE GAINER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Patrol 2, 3, 45 Chorus
3, 45 Library Staff 2, 3, 4.
IAMES WILLIAM GERBER
Hi-Y 35 Patrol 1.
KATHRYN IANE GANTZ
' Industrial Work
HENRY F. GINGRICH
Football 45 Basketball l, Z5 Baseball
l, 3, 4.
' FANNIE LOIS GISH
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4.
ROBERT KREIDER GREINER
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Patrol l, Z5 Iunior
ARLINE ELIZABETH GOODLING
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol 3, 4, Chorus 3,
4, Library Staff 2, 3.
ALEXANDER ELIAS HASHEM
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Patrol
l, 2, Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET MARIE GREENLY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT GLENN HEISEY
Hi-Y 2, 3, Iunior Orchestra 1, Senior
Orchestra 2, 3, '4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Staff, Senior Play, Rifle Club.
PAY IRENE HAFLEY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Library
Staff 2, 3, Yearbook Staff, Associate
Editor, Iunior Play, Senior Play.
IOHN LESTER HELM
RUTH M. HALDEMAN
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
EUGENE FRANKLIN HESS
Hi-Y 3, Student Council l, 2, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Business Edi-
tor, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Rifle
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4,
BETTY IANE HEAGY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Statf, Associate Editor, Iunior
Play, Senior Play.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Library Staff Z,
Rifle Club l, 2, Cheerleader 3, 4.
DOROTHY GRACE HEISEY
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4.
MYRON CLETUS HORST
Senior Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus 4.
ANNA E. HEISTAND
Chorus 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4,
ROBERT ELWOOD HUTTER
Basketball 2, 3, 4.
PATRICIA ANN HESS
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Senior
Playg Athletic Association Play 3.
GLENN GEORGE HO
Bainbridge High School.
Chorus 3, 4.
CHARLES HENRY IOHNSON
Baseball l, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Student
Council l, 25 Chorus 45 Stage Staff 4.
DOROTHY MIRIAM KAYLOR
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Library Siaif, 3.
ROBERT LEROY LO SER
SARAH U. KEENY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Library
Staff 2, 3, 4.
HARRY GUY LOSER
Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 4.
Iunior Orchestra 35 Senior Orchestra
45 Chorus 3, 4.
CLAUDE ESHELMAN MOYER
EDITH MAE LOKEY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
DAVID MARTIN NEIDIGH
Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, Baseball 4.
STELLA IEAN LOKEY
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. A
Football l, Z, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Hi-Y
Z, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Chorus
2, 3, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3.
ELWOOD RAYMOND RABER ,
Bainbridge High School, Baseball 4.
EDNA CATHERINE LUTTRELL
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT GRANT REESE
Football 4, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball
4, Iunior Play, Senior Play, Rifle
RUTH ELIZABETH McDANNEL
R. KENNETH REIDER
Football 4, Basketball l, 3, 4, Base-
MARILYN LOUISE MILLER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3,
Patrol Z, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4.
ALFRED MULLER REINGOLD
Hi-Y 3, Student Council 4, Patrol l,
2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Yearbook Staff,
Business Editor, Senior Play, Iunior
Play, Rifle Club 3, 4.
MARTHA LOUISE MOOSE
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play, Prompter.
RALPH LOUIS RISSER
Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Base-
ball 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Student Council
l, Patrol l, 2, Senior Play, Property
VERNA IEANETTE NEWCOMER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, Z, 3, 4, Chorus
3, 4, Senior Play, Prompter, Iunior
, HARRY ROHRER
Hi-Y Z, 3, Iunior Orchestra l, Senior
Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Senior
Play, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, 3, Iunior
Orchestra 1, 2g Senior Orchestra l
2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4.
LEWIS IOSEPH SAUTER
Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, Hi-Y 2
3 4' Patrol l, 2, Chorus 4, Senior
RUTH MAE PIERCE
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT SHIRK SHEETZ
BETTY IANE REAM
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Patrol
l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 2.
' FRANK THOMAS SHISSLER
Stage Committee 4.
MARIE KATHRYN SCHOFFSTALL
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
LEROY S. SNYDER
Football 4, Basketball 25 Baseball 2,
Patrol Z, 3.
Football l, 4, Rifle Club.
MARY IANE SHIFFER
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Library
Stall 3, 4.
EARL BENIAMIN SPICKLER
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3,
4," Student Council 3, Patrol 1, 2, 3,
Iunior Orchestra l, Senior Orchestra
l, 2, 3, Senior Play, Adv. Manager,
Iunior Play, Adv. Manager.
HELEN IEAN THOMPSON
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Patrol 2, 3, 4, Typing
LLEWELLYN M. SWEIGART
Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball
2, 3, 4, Patrol l, 2, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Stage Stall 3.
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Patrol 2, 3, 4, Chorus
WALTER WESLEY TREICHLER
Football l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2,
3, Student Council 2, Patrol 2, Chorus
Z, 3, Yearbook Staff, Editor-in-Chief,
Senior Play, Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Typing Club 2.
MARGARET AUDREY WORMLEY
Patrol l, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior
Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff, Senior Play, Iunior Play.
MARTIN F. WEISS
Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 3.
IOYCE IRENE YINGST
Hi-Y 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Typing
BEULAH MAE YEAGLY
'ary Staff Z, 3, 45 Typing Club 3.
WILBUR KENDIG SHOEMAKER
East Hempfielcl High School, Base-
SIMON LEROY ZIMMERMAN
Student Council 35 Library Staff 3, 4,
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FWlGER5f?G THE H3Y5
I hesitated when asked to prepare this picture of the Class of
1941, for although I am considered somewhat of an artist with the
brush, I felt my lack of skill in wielding the pen. Besides, the Class
of 1941 is a very lively subject for even a master to attempt to sketch.
They are never any of them twice alike, nor apt to be found twice in
the same place or position. Even a snapshot could never catch
them in anything better than a blur. Besides, I am only one person,
of decidedly individual opinions, and could only look at my class-
mates through my own eyes. I cannot see them as they see them-
selves, nor even as you might see them if you should stand for a
time in my position, and be able to look at them from my point of view.
But, as it seems my fate to be expected to hold the mirror up
before these one hundred and three boys and girls who have been
my classmates for so long and be to them that power that would,
as Burns says,
"The giftie gie us
To see oursel's as ithers see us,"
I can paint them in such words as appear to me to express them as
I see them. This then, dear friends, is the Class of 1941, as I see
it today. fl am sure you will pardon the exact measurements, as I
am not only a miserable artist, and an extremely poor mathematician
as well, but, in spite of these tremendous obstacles, I managed to
get as accurate an account as possible.l
The Class of 1941 is made up of one hundred three members-
fifty-one girls and fifty-two boys. We range in age from fifteen to
We range in height from Dottie Broucht's four feet ten and a
half inches-high heels, long hat feather and all-to Bill Gephart's
six foot six, with or without his silk stockings. We range in weight
from Dottie's ninety-five pounds ffeather, brain and alll to Bob
Greiner's two hundred and fifteen.
Taken altogether as the one in body that we are supposed to
be in spirit, we make up an individual of sufficient age to know a
great deal, if he's ever going to begin to learn, for he would be one
thousand six hundred and seventy-one years old-surely an age of
wisdom, and power, and dignity, verging upon veneration. Our
height is six thousand, three hundred and three inches, which certainly
raises us far enough up in the world to allow us to tower above our
enemies, and look down upon the inferior undergraduates. You
can see, too, what a heavy proposition we are by the fact that taken
altogether, and even giving due consideration to Dottie's dainty
figure, we tip the scales at exactly twelve thousand six hundred and
seventy-one pounds. Someone has hinted that this weight is the
same, either with or without Dottie, but we think this is hardly a
fair accusation, and we do not expect any of you to give it any con-
sideration. Our hand is certainly large enough to get a good firm
grasp upon the affairs of the world, as well as upon our own indi-
vidual concerns, for we Wear a size four hundred and thirty glove.
Our head is of sufficient capacity to hold even the vast amount of
knowledge we have been cramming into it for the past four years,
for we require a hat that measures one thousand three hundred and
ninety inches. Some say this may be due to the style of hair worn
by some of the girls, but we pass this over in the silence we feel
that it deserves. And if we do not make the success in life that we de-
sire and expect, it will surely not be because we cannot gain a foot-
hold upon the world's battleground, by way of our stupendous under-
standing, for we wear a size seven hundred and thirty shoe.
This is the Class of l941 in her big moments. Then even her
class picture has to be taken on the installment plan. But we have
not at all times such a mighty sense of our vastness. Sometimes our
pride sinks to a mere average capacity, and Mr. Bishop assures us
that we have a splendid capacity for averages. We have been in-
vestigating this line too, but will not bore you with a recital of the
These same statistics, in an altogether diverse form, show that
almost half our number of girls will join the nursing squad and sub-
sequently the Army and the Red Cross. No wonder the. boys think
it is a case of coming events casting their shadows before that makes
so many cling to those tiny hats. We are all Americans, for though
we may be descended from many different nationalities, we are all
united under the red, white, and blue of the Star Spangled Banner
and the colors of our class.
We are accomplished in all things. We have often proved to you
how well we can sing, act, recite, and perform in many entertaining
ways before the public. We have proved our prowess in athletics,
and won honors for our class and school. We all like to do steady
work and research under the tutorship of some person older than
ourselves. We will appreciate it if you will kindly refrain from un-
kind insinuations along this line. Indeed, what we do not know has
seemed to us to be scarcely worth the learning. What we do know
has seemed to our teachers to be very much worth the learning. That
may be one of the reasons why we know it, but we have nothing
further to add along this line.
We have within our ranks, poets, artists, actresses, preachers,
professional football players, philosophers, professors, judges, phy-
sicians, authors, musicians, warriors, and one United States president,
I hope. Do not ask me to specify the which or the who. Ask me
thirty years from now, and perhaps I may be better able to say, for,
of course, they are still in a state of partial development, and while
I can tell you what.they are now, "it doth not yet appear what they
shall be." A
This, friends, is a subdued picture of the Class of 1941, crudely
sketched from my present perspective. I did not use the brilliant
colors of my imagination, lest I should lay myself open to the charge
of undue self appreciation or exaggeration. Far be it from our wish
to run any such risk as that! Sufficient it is to say that while the
career of the class has from the very beginning been glowing with
color and brightness, it is only a glimpse of the great things it fore-
shadows, when Life, as the master artist, mixes the shades that have
been decreed by the forces of destiny for the painting of the perma-
nent and eternal canvas that shall last throughout the ages as the per-
fect and indestructible Class Picture of 1941.
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We, the Class of 1941, in a hundred and three individual and
distinct parts, being about to pass out of this sphere of education,
in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained memory, and al-
most superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last
will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills
or promises by us at any time heretofore made, or mayhap, carelessly
spoken, one to another, as the thoughtless wish of an idle hour.
And first, we direct that our funeral services shall be conducted
by our friends and well-wishers, our principal and his all-wise and
ever-competent faculty, who have been our guardians for so long,
only asking as the last injunction of the dying, that the funeral be
carried on with all the dignity and pomp that our worth, our merit,
our attainments, and our positions as Seniors of "grave and reverend
mein" must certainly have deserved.
As to such estate as it has pleased the Fates and our own
strong hands and brains to win for us, we do dispose of the same
as follows: I
Item: Nancy Becker and Eddis Barnhart leave their sophistica-
tion to Helen Alexander and lane Klein.
Robert Gainer and Guy Loser leave their perfect attendance
to Sylvester Ulrich.
Betty Gainer and Earl Spickler leave their little green light
to Ruth Parrett and Iohn Lebo.
Robert Loser and Robert Becker leave their hearts to the
Iunior Class. I
Item: We leave fond memories of Leroy Snyder to Mr. Bishop.
Item: We leave Mrs. Herr a "grande et plus inte1ligente" flarger
and more intelligentl French Class.
Item: The Senior Girls-leave their dignity to the Sophomore girls.
Item: Fay Hafley leaves her quiet, but humorous laugh to Mary
Item: lean Lokey leaves her pretty red hair to Betty Steiner. .
Item: Henry Gingrich leaves his churchmanship to Mr. Seiders.
Item: Dorothy Becker leaves her dancing ability to Dorothy
Item: We leave Miss Brewer a more quiet and industrious Home
Item: Alfred Reingold leaves his sentiment to George Nedigh.
Item: To Miss Hess, we leave two new assistants.
Item: Iune Gainer leaves her broken heart to Marcella Fink.
Item. We leave the hard worn books in the Library to the Iuniors.
Item: Paul Boyer leaves his ability and ambition for doing school
work to Ray Shaak.
Item: The Senior Basketball players leave their skill to Clyde
Item: The 1941 Yearbook Staff leaves their best wishes to the
1942 Yearbook Staff.
Item: Frank Shissler leaves his bicycle to Miss Dulebohn.
Item: Ioe Garber leaves his bus stories to Coach Wenger.
The Seniors leave all their P. D. notes to the Iunior Class.
fWe figure that's very generous of us, but just wait and
you will see.l
We wish Best of Luck to the Sophomores.
Patty Hess leaves her "cooing" ability to Fussy Griener.
Ruth Haldeman leaves her "v's and w's" to Mr. Blouch.
The Senior Girls leave their chewing gum to Miss Ferguson.
Dean Barnhart leaves his fine physique to Marlin Kessler.
Item Mary Shifter leaves her voice to whoever finds it.
Item. Robert Reese leaves his glamour to his brother, Harry.
Item. Peggy Wormley and Aggie McClurg leave their true and
lasting friendship to Polly Brosey and Iean Rutter.
Item. Evelyn Eshelman leaves her basketball ability to Fern Shaak.
Item. Paul Eckinger leaves his French ability to Iohn Buch.
Item Verna Newcomer leaves her trusty, careful driving to
Ianice Laucks. '
Item: Betty Ream leaves her faithfulness to Patton Trade School
to Ruth Heisey.
Item: The 1941 Cheer Leaders leave their cheers to the oncoming
Item: Marilyn Miller leaves her blond, straight hair to lean Koser,
Item: Raymond Hipple leaves his "gift of gab" to Richard Musser.
Item: Ralph Risser leaves his best wishes to Miss Miller.
Item: Edwin Boll leaves his scholastic ability to Gerald Hollings-
Item: Lewis Sauters leaves his pipe to Richard Maxwell.
Last comes the one thing hard for us to part with. To our suc-
cessors we must leave our places in the hearts and thoughts of our
Principal and teachers. They will love them, unworthy as we feel
they are, even as they have loved us, they will show them all the
same tender kindness and attention that they have bestowed upon usg
they will feel the same interest in their attempts and successes, the
same sorrow when they fail. We trust that the Class of 1942 will
appreciate all this as deeply as we have done, that it may be their
most precious possession, as it has been ours, and the one we are
most loath to hand over to them. '
All the rest and residue of our property, whatsoever and where-
soever, of what nature, kind and quality soever it may be, and not
herein before disposed of fatter paying our debts and funeral ex-
pensesl, we give and bequeath to our Principal, for his use and
benefit absolutely, and to be disposed of for the good of the coming
classes as he may see fit.
Andwe do hereby constitute and appoint the said Principal sole
executor of this our last will and testament.
In witness whereof, we, the Class of 1941, the testators, have to
this our will, written on one sheet of parchment, set our hands and
seal this twentieth day of Iune, Anno Domini, one thousand nine
hundred and forty-one.
' Betty I-Ieagy
President ........,.. GERALD Houmeswoaru
vrcepfesrdem ..., .,....., P. cram? DXNXNXDDXE
Secretary ..,... . W . MIXRCELLIX UNK
... .,.. ' sosapu Eramsora
oss Advisor ..... ...,..,.
President ...... ..... S AM UEL GINGRICH
Vice-President .... ........ R ALPH FREY
Secretary ..... .... F RANCES DUFFEY
Treasurer ........,...,,... HOWARD SHAEFFER
Class Advisors . .
, MISS DULEBOHN, MR. BLOUCH
n Class, o
Life, to ihem, seems iust a song,
Perhaps, someday, they too WSH hnd
d a Seniors mind.
es that Koa
The Eighth Gr
We all know th
For many Q Seni
Will see cr youn
Crde or Clczss of '45,
gt they're czlive.
or gazing here
get "soeur or frere
Graders- to-st, not tectst
The Seventh ,
Now upon them our eyes we tecxst,
. . GY
What merry tocesfsrmhrtg, g
They carry with them through the day
P-uih Parreii Leona West
Louise Baugher Dorothy Yurkovic
Geraid Hoiiingsworih, Capiain Helen Aiexander, Captain
Brooks Henderson, Ahernate Mary Ann Hubbs, Ahernate
Coaches .,.,.,.....,. MR. BLOUCH, MR. GROSH
Sarah Keeny Frances Cressweii Kane Gainer
Xrene Bradiey Mariha Moose Ariane Goodiing
Ruth McDannei Mary Shiiier Miriam Forry
Margaret Aiwine Anna Heistand Sirnon Zirnrnerrn
V. ..vAl I.. .........
. . , . , . . . MONROE DINWIDDIE
1ce-Pres1dent .,..,.. ,...... E UGENE' HESS
Secretory-Treasurer ........ WALTER TREICHLER
Robert Becker Robert Heisey Harry Rohrer
Monroe Dinwidclie Eugene Hess Robert Sheetz
Paul Eclcinger Iohn Nissley Llewellyn Swei
Ioseph Garber Robert Reese VV
Alexander Hashem Alfred R '
C1l ter Trei Chl er
Chaplain . . .
Advisors A S
, . BETT
. . . . . . . MARCELLA UNK
.,...... SARAH KEENEY
With the platform in mind-to create, maintain, and
extend throughout the school and community, high stand-
ards of Christian character-
a drive for larger memberships and a
these two organizations began
the year's Work with
greater determination to promote clean living, clean speech,
clean athletics, and clean scholarship. Under the gui
ance ot each club, a course in "Bible Study" was given
and certificates awarded. The outstanding social events
D hter Banquet, and the Father-
Were the annual Mother- aug
"Young Apritf' a seguet to 'iGrowing Pains," was
given by the ctass in their Senior year. The story ot the
piay targeiy centers around the turbulent tives ot Terry
Mcintyre tAgnes McCturgi and George Mcintyre tEugene
Hessi in contiict with those ot their parents tMargaret
Wormiey and Edwin Botti. At tirst Terry is engaged to
Bert Parsons Uittred Reingoidj, but iinding him divided in
his aitections, she turned tor sympathy to Stewart Mitier
tt..ester Betzi and his doting mother tPatricia Hessi. Mean-
white, Georges dream girt, Diana Way Hatteyi deserts
him, proving herseit quite human atter ati. Pinatty Terry
iinds out the true character ot the Mitters and with the
aid ot Miidred tDorothy Brouchtt and Sane tTheima Coxj
becomes engaged to Brian tYNaiter Treichteri. Luta tEddis
Barnharti, Mrs. McTntyre's coiored maid and Eisie tMargaret
mics in the ptay. Other important parts
h Garber, and Robert
' ei were the co
t an abte sta ,
were piayed by Betty ,
Herr, with the assistance o
"Lena Rivers," a dramatization of Mary I. Holmes
popular novel, was presented by the class in their Iunior
year. The story of the play deals with the plight of young
Lena Rivers CDorothy Brouchtl and Granny Nichols tNancy
Becker! who are compelled to seek refuge with Granny's
son, lohn tEdwin Bolll. lohn has changed the family name
of Nichols to Livingston because of the social aspirations
of his dominating wife, Matilda CFay Hafleyl. Arriving in
Kentucky, Lena and her grandmother are subject to the
treatment that is usually handed out to poor relations.
Mrs. Livingston and her daughter Caroline !Betty Heagyl
tremble with fear at the thought of their wealthy friends'
reactions to the awkward country girl and Granny Nichols.
But there is one of C'aroline's friends CRobert Reesel who
sees Lena's potential worthxit is Durward Bellmont, whom
Mrs. Livingston plans to marry to Caroline. Durward falls
in love with Lena much to the astonishment of Caroline and
her mother who do everything they can to place Lena in
a false position. The younger Livingston daughter, Anna
tLorraine Blasserl and her brother Iohn lunior tAlfred Rein-
goldl become Lena's friends and champion her cause, and
Lena in turn, aids Anna and helps along her romance with
Malcolm Everett tLester Betzl, a tutor in th ' '
household. ln the last act, wh '
en it looks as though Lena
g to lose Durward, fate steps in through the
Grahams tMargaret Wormley and Ioseph Garb
saves the day. The play finall
faces tEddis B
y ends with the two black
arnhart and Eugene Hess! announcing their
intentions. Mr. Seiders of the English De
argaret Wor l
Earl S '
D1 clcl er
. . NTAEXORTE YNERKHETSER
Captain .,., ,.....4...,..,...,. C LYDE GANTZ
Secretary ,A.. ....4. B BOOKS HENDERSON
Lieutenant . . ............,. TAY METERS
tenant . . ....,........ . .
Editors: Alfred Reingold,
Eugene Hess, Agnes McClurg,
Margaret Wormley, Glenn Baum,
.Robert Becker, Robert Heisey,
Literary Advisor .,.. Mr, Seiders
r . Mr Hamilton
Editor-in-Chief , . Walter Treichler
Associate Editor .... FCIY HC-THEY
Associate Editor ,. . Betty Heagy
Art Editor FT
. . . . cmces Cresswell
Sports Editor , Simon Zimmerman
I pledge allegiance to the Hag
Of the United Stories of America
And to the republic for which it stands
One nation indivisible
With Liberty cmd Iustice for dll.
The UGrtdtron Etevenn cornpteted another season ot
toothatt. By deteattng thetr tradtttonat rtvat, Patton Trade,
to the tune ot seven to nothing, the team annexed the tnter-
schotasttc cup whtch was duty presented by Dr. T. NL
Thornpson, chatrrnan ot Cornrntttee on Prthtettcs. Tt ts the 7 t
hope ot the schoot that the cup wth rernatn tn their perrnaf
EHS. OPP. EHS. OF?
O Lancaster Cathottc T3 T3 Red Lton '20
0 Mechantcsburg Bt 6 Ephrata O
O West York 'ZO O Coturnbta T8 t
T9 7 MtddTetown T
7 Litttz 6
Pirqrvr Erxd . . . . . Hose
Pirqrvr 'issue . . . .... Borer
Bkghk Guard .A.. ..A. '5 been
Cerner 4..4..... . . , ?vgixcY.Xer
Lek C-nord .,.A . . Somers
heir 'YocXcXe . A . . ,...... Boyer
Lek End ,..... ........... R eeee
Quorker Bock . . . . . . Pxokierxsberqer
YXGM Bock ..... ........ G orber
YXOXX Bock . . . . .......... ......... YR ekder
frm Bock 4..,....,,.............. Grxoprrxorx
Sdosirkukes ...,. OXwNeXXer. Geprxork, Ecirrxqer,
Verers, Yreq , Ewrkcker , Sw eiqcxrk, Nekdrq , Yirse-er
Gooch ...r...........,......,. Mr, XN erxqer
Prseirskcxrxk-5 ..r... , . Mr 'Yrirr9oXe, Mr, 'Doris
, . ........ Ned Bo-afrorx
Worxoqer . .
X. Garber G. Loser S. Uhich
E. Spidder D. Neidig C. Sxoner
K. ReXder W. Gephcm R. Reese
R. Frey R, Hutier R. Pexerg
H. Rciierxsberger X. Buch
Couch ...... .....,.. C LYDE XNENGER
Manager ..... .. NED EASTON
KN . Bcmhort
. ROBERT 'YRXMBLE
The Basketball season was completed with the team
annexing the Elizabethtown Rotary Cup. This cup is now
in the permanent possession of the High School, the boys
having won it tor the third time.
Our boys also tied for third place in the Lancaster
County High School League, by winning fourteen out of
, E.H.S. OPP. E.H.S. OPP.
Lititz ....... 35 50 Patton ........... 41 25
Manheim .,.. Rothsville ........
Rothsville . . , Lancaster Catholic
Highspire . . Maytown ......,. .
Maytown .... Highspire .
Hershey .... Mt, Ioy ...,
Mt. Ioy .,.... Hershey ..,..
Marietta ....., Marietta ......
E. Hempfield .... E. Hempfield
Middletown ..... Middletown . . .
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Barnes Shoe Shop
Behney G Lehman
Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Blasser
Virginia L. Brewer
Mr. cmd Mrs. George M. Cresswell
Mr. and Mrs. Iames G. Daggett
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dibble
Dr. and Mrs. Iay H. Eshelman
Dr. and Mrs. Luther W. Petter
R. H. Forney
Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Garber
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hoffman Garber
Henry F. Gingrich
Paul S. Good
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Heisey
Mr. and Mrs I. M. Helm
Anna Ruth Hess
Rev. and Mrs. M. Clyde Horst
Mr. Charles Iohnson
Phil M. Iohnson
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klein
Dr. R. I. Keiper
D. L. Landis
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Lindemuth
Gustaf E. Malmborg
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Madeira
Mrs. Helen McClurg
Emmert R. McDannel
Dr. W. K. Moore
Myers Machine Shop
Mary R. Reber
Harry B. Sheetz
Dr. C. Stuart Smith
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Stern
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Sweigart
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Treichler
Wilbur E. Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn W. Wright
Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Thompson
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H. K. Dorsheimer-Newsstand.
Newcomer's Service Stations.
W. G. Hain Gas Station.
Pure Oil Service Station.
S. F. Ulrich, Inc.-Buick and
Garber's Garage-Ford, Mer-
cury and Lincoln-Zephyr.
Hassinger G Bisser-
Oldsmobile, Pontiac, LaSalle
R. U. Trimble-Nash.
P. W. Heisey-Plymouth and
M. K. Enterline-Dodge and
Elizabethtown Planing Mill.
I. M. Brightbill, Inc.-Planing
Elizabethtown Building G
Gephart's Art and Book Store.
Lancaster Shoe Company.
Savoy Shoe Company.
Empire Shoe Company, Inc.
Mil1er's Shoe Shop.
Paul B. Kaylor-Chickens and
S. G. Hershey Department
Zepnick's Grocery Store.
Diem's Food Market.
Ben Franklin Store.
Daisy M. Klein-Dress Shop.
Modern Style Shop.
The Grace Shop.
Community Coffee Shop,
Aunt Sally's Kitchen.
George W. Leaman-Tires.
The American Legion.
Kuntzelman's Ice Cream.
Risser Brothers-Ice Cream.
L. H. Haldeman-Iewelry.
R. A. Hamilton-Iewelry.
Central Cut Rate Drugs.
L. O. O. M.
Women of the Moose.
Klein's Chocolate Co., lnc.
H. S. Daveler-Baker.
Reingold, Tailor and Cleaner.
Martin The Clothier.
Chambers Hill Gun Club.
I. W. Wolgemuth, Estate.
Harry Miller :S Son-Under
H. H, Heagy-Tobacco.
Dot's Beauty Shoppe.
Iac. B. Fisher Music Store.
S. B. G I. H. Becker--Plumbing
Milton F. Eberly-Furniture.
Central Bowling Alley.
Buch Mfg. Co.-Wheel-
Elizabethtown Farmer's Sup-
ply Co., Inc.-Farm Imple-
I. W. Wolgemuth, Estate-
Feed and Coal.
Grubb 51 Breneman-Feed
Henry L. Gise-Insurance.
D. L. Landis-Insurance.
Elmer G. Strickler-Insurance
I. M. Engle-Typewriters,
Grimm ci Gish-Insurance.
Norman G. Good-General In
Beck's Green Grocery.
Paxson's Cut Rate.
Baums Meats. '
Elizabethtown Gas Co.
R. Roland-Potato Chips.
Superior Sign. Co.
6? Q env'
ELIZABETHTCDWN LODGE No. 596
L. O. CD. M.
ELIZABETHTCWN PLANING MlLL
l-lassinqer CS Risser
Compllments Sales and Service
l2O S. Market St., Elizabethtown
Of Phone 233
CENTRAL CUT RATE DRUGS
45 S. Market Street
"KEEP YOUR MOTOR YOUNG"
"YOUR HOME WARM"
Newcomefs Service Stcriions
903 S. MARKET ST., ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
EEUITS and VEGETABLES ALLEYS
SEA?-GODS IRA A. GOHN, Prop.
On the Square
Ari ci Book Siore
Gifts For All Occasions
26 W. HIGH ST.
rr ir Cir' VY 2 if Sn W 2 Y 2 'km 2 'Rn find'
Compliments of Compliments of
BQum'S "The Grace Shop"
l Coats, Dresses and
s Homemade Bologna
l Dried Beet
R. D. 3, Elizabethtown, Pa. 20 W. High St. - Phone 278
FRANK S. Mll.l..ER RUSSEL MILLER
HARRY MILLER of SCN
l ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
. S. G. Hershey
l Department Store
I ELIZABETHTOWN, PA.
Paul R. Kaylor
The Best in Poultry and Eggs
Furniture ot Character
at Reasonable Prices
Milton F. Eberly
Route 3 Phone 917-R-l l
of of t
M 0 O SE Chocolate
The American Legion
Conewago Post 329
The American Legion
Conewago Unit 329
Sons of the American Legion
Conewago Squadron 329'k
Sons Graduating are:
LOUIS SAUTER '
Water Ballast Lawn Rollers
For Rolling Lawn, Golf Courses
and Tennis Courts
Write to us tor circular
BUCH MEG. CO.
COTHDUHY Phone 57
I. W. Wolaemuth Est.
Makers ot Fine Shoes phone 175
for Women ,,,
Ford Cars Mercury 8
Commercial Cars Lincoln-Zephyr
Garber s C.-araae
R CS Cf Ford Tractor
Used Cars Ferguson System
Zartoss Hardware compiimems
On the Square
Empire Shoe Co., lnc.
Tailor and Cleaner
We Operate Our Own Cleaning Plant
35 W. High St., Elizabethtown, Pa.
Alumni Headquarters Haldeman
Banquet Service At the Sign of the
. ' HFLAMING CLOCK"
Compliments Musser's Grocery
of East Park Street
Diem's Eoool Market
"On the Square"
ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS
- We Deliver -
West High St.
Aunt Sally's Kitchen
Elizabethtown - Mt. Ioy
Best Wishes f
Class ot l94l F
TO THE i
s. B. BECKER '
I. H. BECKER
Compliments Pi. U. Trimble
Welding - Blacksmithing
Nash Sales and Service
G' E' APPLIANCES Elizabethtown, Pa.
To a Successful Future
I-I. K. Dorsheimer
Sporting Goods - Kodoks
Confectionery - Sundries
W. G. l-loin
Geo. W. Ledmdn
Complete Line of Auto
Phone 12-I Elizabethtown
PURE MILK otnd CREAM
N. Honover Street
I. M. Briqhtbill, Inc.
WEST HIGH STREET
Ladies' and Childrens Dresses
35-37 S. Market Street
lniants' Wear a Specialty Phone 12-W
Compliments Great Cars
A Square Deal
P. W. l-Ieisey
22 East High Street
Fine Furniture For
"You Marry the Girl, We'll
Furnish the Home"
429 East High Street
- We Deliver --
FRESH MEATS GROCERIES
N. B. LAUGHTGN
"lust the Thing When
Friends Drop in" COmPlime1'1lS
ICE CREAM HEHTZLEHS DAIRY
. ANNA KLlNE
R. A. Hamilton , ,
Wfllchmcfkef Foot Specialist
and 327 East High Street
Ieweler Elizabethtown, Pa.
CENTER SQUARE Office Hoiglrlsoliz' Aggpoiritment
You'll Smack Your Lips
Elizabethtown, Pa. H' I-I'
Cgmplimenfg Compliments of
DAISY M. KLEIN The
2l W. High Street Clothier
PURE CIL SERVICE
LCN GEN ECKER Cr STEVENS
IVI. K. ENTERLINE
Dodge and Plymouth
Phone I IU-R-3
HENRY L. GISE
Notary Public - Surveyor
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
Agent for State Capital Savings and
Loan Association of Harrisburg, Pa.
Crispy Modern StyIe Shop
crackling Ladies' Wear
R. Roland Phone 52-W
Dot s Beauty Shoppe of
For Discrirninating Women
44 WEST HIGH STREET
221 S. Market Street
S. E. Ulrich, Inc.
26 E. High Street
FUEL OIL GRA
Cars STUDEBAKER Trucks
Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
PotXson's Cut Rote
I9 West High Street
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Gunzenhguger Bqkery TRUSSES, ABDOMINAL BELTS
P d t TOILET ARTICLES
To UC S PATENT MEDTCINES
D. L. Landis
May Each Member Find Happiness
PROVIDE AN ACCOUNT BY
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23 South Market Street
Compliments of For
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
An Agricultural and
I. L. RISSER, President
PAUL GRUBB, First Vice-President
I. N. OLWEILER, Second Vice-President
I. K. NEWCOMER, Treasurer
L. C. I-IERSHEY, Secretary
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Bohn and Coolerator Air Conditioned
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Satisfied Customers in Every State
in the Union and the Territory
Tell Us Your Needs-
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Supplies and Repairs
compmems of the Compliments
Ren Franklin Store of
On the square Elizabethtown
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Women of the Moose
New - Rebuilt - Used
Choice of Makes for Office or Home
Remington Noiseless Models for
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ji. M. ENGLE
411 E. High Street
Town and Village Insurance Service
Representing All Stock Co.'s
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE - ACCIDENT
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Elmer G. Strickler
135 E. Willow St.
Phone 117 Elizabethtown, Pa.
Norman G. Good
48 East High Street
Photographs of ALL Kinds
Anytime - Anywhere
Official Photographer of the "Elizabethan"
44 North Market Street
Ground Floor With Best Equipment
Satisfaction Guaranteed - Phone 152-I
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