Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)
- Class of 1943
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1943 volume:
Qfliwhztbtntnn leigh School
HIS EPIC, We, the Class of l9-43, present to the public for ap-
proval and recognition. We have seen our tour years as
a "progress" of the Good Queen Bess - among knights and
ladies castles and kings balls and tournaments Even the title
ot our loook corresponds With that of the era in which We have
placed it. With apologies tor any misconceptions, We leave the
result to you.
Title Pages Ilntroductionl
Appreciations , ,.....
Yearbook Staff 4..,....
Roll of Honor .....
Administration Klfingsj .ll
School Board ......,,.,.......... .
Principals .... ,...
Faculty ...., ..,..... l 4,
Class Song .........
Seniors Klinighlsl ...,..,.
Senior Pictures ,...,
Class Poem ,...............,
Popularity Contest ..,.
Class History .,....,..
Class Prophecy .........
Class Will ,,.,........
Classes fSquircsj ...,,
Ninth Grade .,......
Eighth Grade ..,...
Seventh Grade ..,.,
Activities ILci.sure Timo!
Iunior, Senior Play ..t..
Music Organizations ..,....,..
Iunior Tri-Hi-Y, Rifle C
Library Staff .....,.............,......
Civilian Defense ....,
Patrols , ,..........,.....
Football Squad .........,..
Football Varsity ...,.,..
Senior Football ......
Basketball Squad ......
Basketball Varsity ......
Senior Basketball ..,...
Sports Cartoons ..,.,
Autographs ,..,........., .......... 7 l
fPr0clamutiuns2 .... ,........ 8 l
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Business Staff Advisor
"Where's Mr. Goodhart?" "Back working
with the Layout Committee!" Or, "Having a
M .M if Business Staff meeting!" He was continually
working toward the completion of this book,
so for that reason we wish to show our ap-
preciation to him.
MARY I ANE STRITE
"May we have this typed by tomi
row?" To Miss Strite we Want to shc
our esteem for her cooperation with
in getting our material typed when N
needed it, neatly, accurately, and quick
M. DOLORES QUINN
Art Staff Advisor
Since September the Art Room has been full
of shields and sketches-sketches that have
been discarded and re-drawn. For many a
night the lights burned while she and her staff
carefully planned the art work in this book.
Our thanks and appreciation to Miss Quinn.
ALBERTA E. LANG
Editorial Sta!! Advisor
Working hard and enthusiasticall
Miss Lang has guided us to a compl
tion of which we are proud. She hc
cooperated with us to make our book
success and a worthwhile accomplis
' ment, and always willingly helped 1
if "What should we do about this'
W became a problem.
WILLIS E. SEIDERS
We find it hard to put into words our ap-
preciation to Mr. Seiders. His friendliness
toward all of us, and the long, tireless hours
he willingly spent in making our class plays
a success are only two examples of his
E, the Class ot 1943, dedicate this, The Elizabezhah, to our
class advisor and friend, Clyde M. Wenger, Whofby guid-
ing us during our high school years, has helped us travel cheer-
iully this portion of the long highway ahead.
MORRIS C. BRINTON, Editor
G. Louise Baugher Helen E. Helsley
Alma A. Baum Dorothy P. Rossrnan
Frances Elaine Duffy Nancy Ioan Schlosser
Nancy Marie Hein Leona I. West
Iunior Associate Editors
Marguerite Shirk Paul Stettler Theda Sweigart
Samuel Gingrich Robert Dale Reem
Iohn Reider Leslie Kreider
Howard Shaefier George Wells
Robert G. Lesher .....,.,...........,,...,..,................,... Business
Berneice Gutshall ......,. ...... A dvertising
C. Richard Peters ,...,....., 4..,.. C irculation
Franklin Andrew Kipp ,..r. ................. C irculation
Earl R. Boyer
Ianis L. Rahn
Robert C. Sheaifer
Glen Eshlernan Marlin S. McCorkel Betty lane Weaver
Glen Eshlernan Dean Koppenhaver George Wells
Alberta E. Lang, Editorial Dolores E. Quinn, Art
Charles E. Goodhart, Business Mary Iane Strite, Commercial
htown High School Graduates Serving in the Armed Forces of Our Country
Garber, Thomas M. ...,..,.,. Metzler, Charles E. .... ..
Garman, I. Harold .........,........ ' Miller, Edward H. ....... .
Garman, Robert S. .,.., ,..,. M iller, Iames ...,........,.... .
Gerber, Iohn A. . ,.................... ' Miller, Paul Andrew
Gephart, Iohn William ............ ' Morgan, William F., Ir.
Geyer, Samuel ........... .....,... ' Musser, I. Charles
Gingrich, Ioseph, Ir. ...,. . .,.,.. ' Neidig, George C., Ir.
Goodling, Paul E. .....,,.. .,..... P ainter, Arthur M., Ir.
Greenberger, Iohn ,,.... ....... P ainter, Richard D,
Grosh, Foster .... ...,........ ...,,. P a rrett, I. Ralph ..........
Grosh, Kenneth E. .... .........,..... P hillips, Paul I., Ir. ..,. ..
Gutshall, Floyd Henry ........,... '
Gutshall, William G. ........ .....
Hain, Howard Lucian
Hashem, Alexander E. ............ '
Heilman, Clair Z. ........... ....,., '
Heisey, Abram L. ..... ,.... .
Heisey, Arthur Earl . ..... ..
Helm, Harold Glenn ..... .......
Helm, Iohn Lester ....,. .......
Herr, Carl Garber ....,. ..,....
Herr, Clair E. ........ . ..... ..
Herr, Ira L. ....,..,......,......,......... .
Hershey, Russel ...... ..........,.. '
Hertzler, Sarah I. A.N.C ....... '
Hess, Eu ene F. ................. .
Hip le, lgaymond C. ................ '
Hofgnan, Gish N. ... ..,...
Hollinger, C. Arthur S. ........,, '
Hollinger, George M, ....,,........ '
Hollingsworth, eralcl ............ '
Horner, Iack Berkley .............. '
Horning, Harry K, ............,....... '
Hummer, N, M. ,.................... ..
Hutter, Robert Ellwood .......... '
Kaylor, Robert S. .. ......,,......,..
Keene, Edwin W., Ir. .............. '
Keller, Robert R., Ir. ..... ,..... .
Kessler, LaMar E. ......... ...... .
Kessler, Marlin H. .... .... ....., .
Landis, Robert Glenn ...,.......... '
Lebo, Iohn E. .....,.........,....,.,,... .
Leicht, Paul Franklin .... . ..., .
Lineaweaver, Anne A.N.C.
Lineaweaver, Iohn K. .............. '
Lindemuth, Martin L. ,,.....,..... .
Linton, Iames ........ .,...... ,......
Maxwell, Richard H. ............... .
McClurg, Frank H. ..... ,.....,. ..... '
Ehzabethtown High School Faculty Memb
avis Donald Fetterman
erger, David ..
Raffensperger, Elida E.
A.N.C. ...,....,................ .
Raffens erger, Wilbur
Ream, Bertram .......,......
Reern, Daniel B. ........... .
Reider, R. Kenneth ......
Reider, Wilbur Kinsey
Reinhold, Samuel E.
Ricker, Robert Eugene
Robinson, Carl Vincent
Sauter, L. Ioseph ..........
Schlosser, David E. ..... .
I Robert Wade?
Samuel F. ..... .
Dale McC. ..... .
Lloyd R. ......... .
Shank, Clifford E. .,
Shank, Daniel Victor ..
Shank, Lawrence W. ..
Shank, Lester Myers ....
Shealfer, Iohn Andrew
Sheetz, Robert S. .,....... .
Shifter, George Robert
Shifter, Iames ................
Shirk, Eugene Richard
Shoop, Esther WAVE
Shultz, Claude ..............
Snyder, Leroy S. ......... .
Speidel, Iohn Howard
Stoner, Ra .... ..............
Thome, Ralyph G. ......... .
Ulrich, Donald F. ......... .
ers in Service:
Kenneth E Grosh
List as of 1942
"Skill, trusteeship, scientific method, these three,
which are obviously related to one another, indicate
the main sources of strength in modern clvilizcttiorrf'
L. P. IACKS
G. R. ALEXANDER ......,.,. ...4..,...... P resident
DR. T. M. THOMPSON ....,., ..,.,., V ice-President
A. K. GARMAN .,.....,.., .,...... S ecretary
R. E. HEIN ....,.,........,.......,,.,.......,...,..... ......... T reasurer
P. M. GRUBB
"If ever there Was a cause, if ever there can be a
cause, Worthy to be upheld by all of toil or sacrifice
that the human heart can endure, it is the cause
To the Class of 1943:
With the publication of the ninth edition of The
Iilzfnfieflzzzfz, the high school career of the Class of
1943 comes to an end. This end, however, marks
merely the beginning of a way of life that must be
dedicated to the service of society if it is to be
useful. The world today, as never before, chal-
lenges your utmost physical, mental, social, and
spiritual powers. lt is the fervent hope of one who
has observed your progress through the public
school with much interest and satisfaction that you
will accept the responsibilities that await you and
discharge them with the greatest honor to your-
selves and to the school that nurtured you.
T. H. EBERSOLE
To the Class of 1943:
The life of a business is divided
into periods of equal duration,
each of which is known as a fiscal
period. lt is at the close of the
fiscal period that a business takes
an inventory, appraises its assets,
adjusts its accounts, and deter-
mines its profit or loss. The life
of every individual like that of a
business should be divided into
periods, At the close of each
period, the individual should stop,
look, determine definitely where
he is, how he got there, and
where he is going. Graduation
marks the end of a very significant
period for the Class of 1943. An
inventory of your class activities
shows many outstanding accom-
plishments in scholarship, draf
matics, music, and athletics. May
you continue to do as well in the
next important period.
WILBUR E. WEAVER
High School Principal
T. H. Ebersole, Supervising
Principal, Franklin and Mar-
shall College AB., Columbia
Sarah L. Botto, French, Li-
brary, Maryville College
A.B., Drexel Institute B.S.
Norman E. Diehl, Geogra-
hy, General Mathematics,
Elizabethtown College B.S.
Bertha Belser, Music, Millers-
ville State Teachers College,
Virginia L. Brewer, H o m e
Economics, indiana State
Teachers College B.S.
Alton H. E pler, Biology,
Science, Mathematics, Kutz-
goigvn State Teachers College
Wayne B. Blouch, Problems
of Democracy, Millersville
State Normal School, Eliza-
bethtown College AB.
May Dulebohn, Algebra, Ge-
ometry, Millersville State
Teachers College, Elizabeth-
town College A.B.
Norma M. Ferguson, Health,
Physical Education, West
Chester State Teachers Col-
Charles E. Goodhart, Indus- Noah Klauss, Orchestra, Har-
trial Arts, Millersville State rislourg Symphony Orchestra.
Teachers College B.S,
Alberta E. Lung. Latin, Eng!
lish, Wilson College A. B,
M. Dolores Quinn, Art, lndi-
gngi State Teachers College
M. Iane Strite, Commercial
Katie O. Miller, History,
Millersville State Normal
I. Howard Sheeler. Mathe-
matics, Geometry, Shippens-
Eugg State Teachers College
Robert I. Trimble, English,
Elizabethtown College RB.
Mabel I. Miller, History,
Guidance, Lebanon Valley
Willis E. Seiders, English,
Urgversity of Pennsylvania
Wilbur E. Weaver. High
School Principal, Bookkeepe
ma, Elizabethtown College
BS , Temple University M.S,
Clyde M. Wenger. Chemis- Amelia Wenrich, English,
try, Physics, Physical Educa- Science, Wheaton College
Eos, Elizabethtown College B.Ph,
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A glorious company, the flower of men,
To serve os model for the mighty world,
And be the foir beginning of CI time."
-Tennyson, The ldylls of the King.
Class Colors-Maroon and Buff
Class Mottoe'xUbi bene, ibi patriaf'
Treasurer . . .
. . . . GLORIA MILLER
. . . . . PAYE R. STOTZ
. . , . MR. CLYDE WENGER
WILLIAM S. BARNHART
Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms, 4, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Usually seen driving a Ford . . . fond of ath-
letics . . . pet peeves are rules and regulations
. . . future mechanic.
"He is truly valiant."
PAUL F. BARTO
Tall . . . quiet . . . likes swing music . . . a
loyal friend . . . air-minded . . . tests, tests,
tests! . . . need a new wallet? See "Bart"!
"Each morning sees some task begun."
G. LOUISE BAUGHER
"Weazie" College Preparatory
Indoor Patrol 2, 3, 4, Secretary, Mixed Chorus
3, 4, lunior Class Treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Chaplain 4, Sophomore Girls' Chorus, lunior
Varsity Debating 2, Nature Study Club l,
Sports Club 2, Yearbook Staff, lunior Play,
Blonde . . . fun to know . . . those college
regulations! . . . likes English, brunettes . . .
intellectual . . . basketball ian . . . ambition:
not to fail.
"A thing ot beauty is a joy forever."
ALMA A. BAUM
"Baumie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Tumbling l, 2, Sophomore
Girls' Chorus, Dramatic Club 3, Yearbook
Stall, Patrol 2, 3.
"Are you kiddin'?" . , . the class iussbutton
. . . dreams of brown curly hair and brown
eyes . . . fond of movies . . . blackhaired
"She walks in beauty."
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PAUL E. BLECHER
Typing Club 2, Stage Committee 3.
"Hello there!" . . , likes fishing and hunting
. . . conservative and likable . . . artist at
heart . . . ambition, to become a member oi
U. S. Coast Guard.
"He'll find a Way."
VELMA L. BOBISH
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 2, 3, Tumbling
Club lg Sophomore Girls' Chorus.
"What's cooking? Chicken!" . , , brunette
tresses . . . fond of jive and dancing , . , dis-
likes rules and regulations . . . yearns to be
a dancing instructor.
"Chl How she can dance!"
Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Sopho-
more Girls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nature
Study Club lg Tumbling 2, 3.
"That's tor surel" . . . blonde . . . athletic
. . . fond of roller skating and swimming , . .
dislikes sewing and homework . . . ambition:
"Even her irowns are lair."
EARL R. BOYER
Tumbling Club l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Stallg
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4.
Black curly hair . . . runabout , . . enjoys
spending money . . . likes model airplanes
. . fond ol sports . . . sig-inals, hike l - 2 - -
"Gentle in manner: strong in performance."
IEAN E. BRENEMAN
Nature Study Club l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Dark, sparkling eyes . . . neat . . . quiet and
calm . . . seen with Nettie . . . likes reading,
chewing gum, and bicycling . , . a future
"Self-knowledge - self-control."
MORRIS C. BRINTON
"Brit" College Preparatory
Literary Editor of Yearbook Staff, Typing Club
2, Dramatic Club 3, Boys' Home Economics
Club l, Boys' Chorus 4.
Tall and thin . . . hopes to join the Marines
. . . dignified . . . a fluent speaker . . . clever
, . . original . . . aspires to write one good
"His tongue is the pen of a ready writer."
MARY E. BUTTERBAUGH
"Butter" College Preparatory
lunior Orchestra l, Z, Senior Orchestra l, 2,
3, 4, Sophomore Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus
3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4,
Patrol 3, 4, Girls' Tumbling Club l, 2, Iunior
lndiana's loss, our gain . . . her specialty, the
marimba . . . a friend to all . . . quiet . . .
likes swimming and skating . . . an excellent
"Proper words in proper places."
DOROTHY LORENE CORLEY
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Quiet but pleasant . . . from Carthage, Mis-
souri . . . enjoys reading, listening to the
radio . . , studious . . . likes to eat ice cream
. . . future secretary.
"Her voice is always soft."
DONALD L. DEMPSEY
Tumbling Club l, 35 Football l.
Dark wavy hair . , . handsome . . . jitterbug
"Anybody see Velma?" . . . never long in one
place . . . ambition: ensign in the Navy.
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
FRANCES ELAINE DUFFY
"Fluffy" College Preparatory
Dramatic Club 35 Yearbook Stalt5 Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Iunior Play, Senior Play5
Class Secretary 25 Sports Club l, 2.
Personality plus . . . friendly . . . petite
brunette . . . questioning blue eyes . . . in-
terest at F. and M .... likes dramatics, toot-
ball , . . a future nurse.
"She has a social smile."
HRLENE L. EBERSOLE
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club l, 25 Sopho-
more Girls' Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 3, 4.
Future WAAC . . . always talking . . . lots
ot clothes . . . interested in sports . . . and
football number 23 . . . likes dancing and
"Hers was more than Wit."
Nature Study Club lg Sophomore Girls' Chor-
us5 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Mixed
Chorus 45 Dramatic Club 35 Year Book Staff 4,
Churnrny . . . talkative . , . likes roller skating
and wavy hair . . , main ambition is to be-
come a hairdresser . . . but oh! bookkeepingl
"A good digestion to you all."
EDNA V. EBERSOLE
Tumbling Club l, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Fancy
Work Club 3, 4, President, Fancy Work Club 4.
Petite brunette . . . at home in home eco-
nomics department . . . quiet but sociable
. . . likes writing letters, and art . . . neat . . .
"Virtue is its own reward."
U-XY F. ECKINGER
"Eckie" College Preparatory
Tumbling Club 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Rifle
Club 2, 3, 4.
Nice personality . . . likes to bowl , . . ladies'
man , . . always saying, "You've got a point
there!" . . . neat appearance . . . Navy man.
"A courteous gentleman."
Nature Study Club lg Yearbook Staff, Football
l, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain Z, 4, Basketball l, 2,
3, 4, Captain 3.
Neat . . . all-around sport . . , likes brunettes
. . , shines in basketball . . . clever artist
. . . can be located at Marty's or on Lemon
"And all that I ask is a tall ship."
GEORGE D. FLOWERS
"Red" College Preparatory
Always doing chemistry . . . likes to experi-
ment . . . and to argue . . . dabbler . . . wise-
cracker . . . the Navy for him.
"Doing easily what others find difficult,"
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RALPH A. FREY
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 3, 4, Tumbling Club l, 2, Class President
2, Class Vice President 3, 4, Yearbook Staff.
Tall and good looking . . . athletic , , . ladies'
man . . . neat dresser . . . shy . . . ambition:
Navy . . . pride of football team.
"He builded better than he knew."
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Class President l, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff, Tumbling Club 3, Iunior Play, Senior
Play, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Popular . . . tall and dark . . . misses school
to fish . . . dependable , . . president . . .
good leader . . , Kitten's right hand man.
"He is at no end of his actions."
ISLA FAUN GOODLING
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club l, Sophomore
Loves to roller skate . . . commercial whiz
. . . good-natured . . . always smiling . . .
"Rich the treasure, sweet the pleasure."
ELAINE A. GRIMM
"Grimmie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club l, 2, 3, Girls'
Glee Club 3, Sophomore Girls' Chorus.
That flashing smile . . . tiny . . . cute . . .
Weazie and Grimmie . . , everyone's friend
. . . beautiful teeth . . . those gymnastics . . .
likes crew cuts.
"She fills the air around with beauty."
BENIAMIN FRANK GROI-'F
"Pete" College Preparatory
Witty . . . forgetful . . . future agriculturalist
. . . woman-hater . , . likes to accumulate
money . . . good-natured , . . "What fools we
mortals be!" . . . farmer.
"Speech is civilization itself."
MARY C. GROSH
"Groshie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Girls' Chorusg
Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Sports Club 25 Tumbling
Talkative , . . well dressed . , . likes dancing
. . . favorite number is 30 . . . dislikes nosey
people . , . plans to be a stenographer.
"Her virtues are so numerous."
"Bernie" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Glee
Club 35 Tumbling Club lg Yearbook Staff.
Pretty brown eyes . . . always talking . . ,
happy-go-lucky . . . likes to raise Cain . . .
always has a cheery smile . . . future WAAC.
"The windy satisfaction of the tongue."
SARAH C. GUTTSCHALL
"Sallie Io" Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Fancy Work Club.
Blonde . . . quiet . . . neat . . . likes movies
. . . pretty hair . . . lots ol fun . . , hopes
to join the WAAC.
"Silence is more eloquent than Words."
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Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 2, Nature Study
Club lg Fancy Work Club 3, Sophomore Girls'
Quiet . . . friendly . . . likes sports . , . and
reading . , . hates rain . , . sense of humor
. . , studious . . , destined to be a secretary.
"A still and small voice."
NANCY MARIE HEIN
"Nan" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Sophomore Girls' Chorus,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Nature Study Club lg
Camera Club 2, Yearbook Staff.
Dependable . . . likes swimming, reading . . .
intelligent . . . quiet but witty . . . industrious
. . . pretty clothes . . . neat . . . future school
"Studies serve lor delight."
THELMA M. HEISEY
"Terry" College Preparatory
Came from Bainbridge this year . . . active
. . . likes roller skating . . . special interests
in Middletown Air Depot . . . ambitious . . .
future Army Nurse.
"A willing heart and a helping hand."
VERA IEAN HEISTAND
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Dramatic Club 3,
Sports Club 2g.Mixed Chorus, 3, 4.
Brunette . . . mischievous , . . likes letter
Writing . . . vivacious . . . main interest is
'Squirrely' . . . good voice . . . ambition to
be a successful homemaker.
"Whose charms all other maids' surpass."
HELEN E. HELSLEY
"Hillsdale" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Mixed Chorus
4, Sophomore Girls' Chorus, Nature Study
Club lg Yearbook Staff.
lndustrious . . . main interest is the Navy . . .
hates soccer . . . always Writing letters , . .
neat . . . dependable . . . quiet . . . ambition
is to become a Navy wife.
'Hlmpossible' is a word l never use."
1 BROOKS HENDERSON
"Brooks" College Preparatory
Debating l, 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, 4.
Capable leader . . . future Einstein . . . help-
ful . , . Woman-hater . . . if it's difficult, he
knows the answer . . . goal: aeronautical
"He dares to do all that becomes a man."
RUTH L. HERR
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nature Study Club lg Library
Staff 2, 3, 4, Senior Play.
A friend in need . . . tall . . . red hair . . .
helpful . . . likes reading and sewing . . .
always chewing gum . . . ambition: college.
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall."
IANET M. KAUFFMAN
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4gil:'ancy Work Club 35 Sopho-
more Girls' Chorus,
Friendly . . . appreciative . . . just plain sweet
, , . likes reading, sports, and movies . . .
destination, an office . . . wants to retire at
an early age.
"Her tongue is the law of kindness,"
FRANKLIN ANDREW KIPP
Camera Club 3, Yearbook Staff.
"How is every little thing?" . . . from East
Donegal . . . salesman supreme . . . person-
ality plus . . . class wit . . . energetic.
"True wit is nature to advantage dress'd."
DEAN E. KOPPENHAVER
Football 4, Yearbook Stall.
Friendly . . . likes odd jobs . . . decorator
. . . doesn't believe in stop signs . . . Diem's
delivery boy . . . hopes to become a Navy
"l have drunken deep of joy."
ROBERT G. LESHER
Football 45 Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4,
Business Manager of lunior Play, Airplane
Club 3, Business Manager of Yearbook, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Senior Play.
Personality plus, that's Bob . . . Willing smile
. . . helping hand , . . likes the women . . .
and hates shorthand . . . capable leader . . .
and friend to all . . . ambition: Wall Street
"Never an idle moment."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Fancy Work Club 3, Secretary
lg Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Glee Club Z, 3.
Friendly smile . . . and Willing hand, that's
'Ditty' . . . likes reading, swimming and
movies . . . hates house cleaning , . . ambi-
"My rnind to me a kingdom is."
MARLIN S. MCCORKEL
No women for "Mart" . . . rather quiet , . .
conscientious Worker . . , basketball tan . . .
special interest: airplanes , . . a tuture air-
"Talent must be developed."
PAUL E. MECKLEY
"Peck" College Preparatory
Rifle Club 3, 4, Team Manager 2, Senior Play.
Blondes for him . . . homeWorkf?J . . . a
hunter . . . brave enough to take solid geom-
etry . . . loves to eat , . . Navy-bound.
"My appetite comes to me While eating."
NANCY E. MYERS
"Nan" College Preparatory
Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sophomore
Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Sports Club
l, Dramatic Club 3, Class Secretary 3, Year-
book Statt, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play.
Bubbling with energy . . . that boy in Aus-
tralia . . . likes bowling . . . beautiful hair
. . . cheerleader . , , a future home economics
"Her hair Was long, her toot was light."
Tumbling Club l, Sports Club Z, Dramatic
Club 3, Sophomore Girls' Chorus, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Class Secretary l,
Class Treasurer 4, Tril-li-Y President 4.
Blonde . . . witty . . . hockey tan . . . tun-
loving . . . excels in typing and bookkeeping
. . . "My cow!" . , . likes movies, singing,
athletics . , . ambitious.
"God giveth speech to all but song to tew."
G. CARL MINICH
"Why sure!" . . . blond curly hair . . . sky-
scraper . . . hates studying . . . fond of build-
ing model airplanes , . . yearns to soar high
in the skies.
"He sleeps by day."
YVETTE L. MURPHY
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Quiet . . . a true friend . . . always ready to
help . . , industrious . . , likes to read . . .
anything but Shakespeare! . . . ambition:
"To me books are a sepulcher of thought."
IAMES F. NISSLEY
"Niss" College Preparatory
Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Mixed Chorus 4,
Naturally good-natured . . . likes girls, espe-
cially sophomores . . . sports-minded . . . tall
and clark . . , loves to live, lives to 1 . . .
the Navy for "Niss."
"Women, the beauty of the World."
C. RICHARD PETERS
Football Team l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 41
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff.
"Hi there!" , . . "Pete" . . . tall, athletic . . .
a swell fellow . . . oh! that hair! . . , busi-
"Manner maketh the man."
IANIS L. RAHN
Sports Club 15 Sophomore Girls' Chorusg
Tumbling Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Yearbook
Staff5 Iunior Play5 Senior Play.
Good humored . . , likes roller skating cmd
literature . . . good actress . . . Wants to be-
come a WAAC . . . favorite expression, "You
"Good humor only teaches charm to last."
ROBERT DALE REEM
"Reemie" College Preparatory
Basketball l, Z, 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Base-
ball Z, 35 Typing Club 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45
Hopes to be a printer . . . but will no doubt
end up in the Marines . . . dashing halfback
. . . enjoys movies . . . often says "Corn!"
"l am, sir, a brother of an angle."
Basketball I. V. 25 Yearbook Staff.
Flaming hair . . . tall . . . pet peeves are
nurses and hospitals . . . enjoys bowling and
football , . . photographer . . . Navy ahead.
"A good name is better than
DOROTHY P. ROSSMAN
"Dottie" College Preparatory
Camera Club l5 Sophomore Girls' Chorus5
Library Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Patrol 25 Year-
One red rose forever . . . finds time for read-
ing and swimming . . . capable . . . clever
. . . nice personality . . . aspiration: laboratory
technician in hospital.
"Thou whose locks outshine the sun,"
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"Io" College Preparatory
Tumbling Club lg Sports Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, Yearbook Staff, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Sophomore Girls' Chorus, Senior
Ah, for or six-footer . , . eating and having
fun also take up her time . . . pretty clothes
. . . future Social Service Worker,
"Act well your part: there all the honor lies'
GERALD RICHARD SCHULDT
"Pussy" College Preparatory
Tumbling Club lg Mixed Chorus 2, Rifle Club
3, 4, Football 4.
Football . . . likes the ladies . . . spends time
at the pharmacy , . . "Glad to hear it!" . . .
will join the Navy or Coast Guard.
"Where did you get those eyes so blue?"
"Hob" College Preparatory
Camera Club 2, lunior Play, Rifle Club 3, 4,
Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook Staff,
Excels in photography . . . enjoys fishing too
. , . Paderewski anywhere , . . Willing , , ,
clever with cloud effects in his pictures . . .
hopes to be a top-notch photographer.
"Little in stature, but not in mind."
IEANNE ARLENE SHAN K
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Sophomore
Girls' Chorus, Nature Study Club l, 2.
Dislikes mice . . . hear her handle that marim-
ba . . . letter-writer . . . always ready to
please . . , attractive , . . musical,
"A Womans Work, grave sir, is never donef
ROBERT C. SHEAFFER
Basketball Z, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3, Yearbook
"Thats nice!" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Air
Corps bound . . . dislikes mathematics . . ,
good dancer , . . plays basketball . . . noted
for bagging school.
"But he dances such a Way!"
ROBERT M. SINGER
"Bob" College Preparatory
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4,
Hi-Y 4, Football 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior Play.
Snappy dresser . . , fluent speaker . . . des-
tination, Hollywood . . . Iunior Play star . . .
imagine Bob Without Mary . . . pleasing per-
"With his hounds and his horn
in the morning."
FRANCES I. SLESSER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Nature Study Club l.
Future WAAC . . . shorthand fan . . . efficient
Waitress . . . quiet, but pleasant.
"Wisdom is better than rubiesf'
KATHLEEN LOUISE SMITH
Kitty" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading Squad Z, 3, 4,
Captain 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore
Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Patrol l, Z,
3, Iunior Play, Tumbling Club 2.
Short . . . full of pep . . . always eating, get-
ting into trouble . . . athletic . . . violinist
. . . cheerleader . . . witty,
"There is music in all things, if men
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Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Nature Study Club Z, 45
Tumbling Club 15 Fancy Work Club 3.
Masonic Homes contribution to Elizabethtown
. . . short . . . noise-maker . . . pretty hair
. . . likes to sew and cook , . . talkative.
"We are the dreamers ol dreams."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Sophomore
Girls' Chorus5 Yearbook Stall.
Dot loves sports . . . sports love Dot . . . al-
ways at Skaters' Paradise . . . destined to
be aviatrix . , . efficient . . . friendly.
"Knowledge is power."
PAY RUTH STOTZ
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Tumbling Club
l, 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Class
Competent secretary . . . rapid typist . . .
neat dresser , . . jitterbug lan . . . amiable
. . . her heart's in Hawaii.
"A smile is the same in all languages."
BETTY IANE SWEIGART
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Wants to be a housewife . . . always in vi-
cinity ol Room 4 . . . that black hair . . . likes
dancing . . . friend to all.
"Blessed is he who has found his work."
NETTIE A. SWEIGART
Sophomore Girls' Chorus5 Fancy Work Club 2.
Brown wavy hair . . . quiet . . . enjoys read-
ing . . . fond of the open air . . , studious . , .
"Charity is a virtue,"
MARY I ANE THOMPSON
"Mary" College Preparatory
Debating Team l5 Sophomore Girls' Chorus5
Typing Club 3,
Quiet , . . intelligent . , . pretty hair . . .
reads a lot . . . enjoys music . . . intends to be
a nurse or to travel . . . Class poet.
"Ambition has no rest."
BETTY JANE WEAVER
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Iunior Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Senior
Orchestra Z, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Nature
Study Club 25 Yearbook Staff.
"Which would you rather do than go fishing?"
. . . violinist . . . Miss Quinn's helper . . .
artist supreme . . . soda jerker . . . Witty . . .
"A picture is a poem without Words."
GEORGE S. WELLS
Football Manager 35 Basketball Manager 35
Baseball Manager 35 Archery Club l5 Camera
Club 25 Typing Club 35 Yearbook Stall.
Ben Franklin's delivery boy . . . likes bowling
. . . short and stout . . . jolly . . . candid cam-
era fan . . . artist . . . ambition: Navy pho-
"The painting is almost the natural."
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LEONA I. WEST
"Butch" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scribe 4, Sophomore Girls'
Chorus, Pianist of Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Iunior
Orchestra 2, 3, Senior Orchestra 4, Iunior
Varsity Debating Team lg Varsity Debating
Team 2, lndoor Patrol 2, 3, Nature Study Club
lg Dramatic Club 3, Iunior Play, Senior Play,
"That's a matter of opinion!" . . . dignified . . .
talented . . . fond of dancing and black curly
hair . . . special interest in football players
. . . versatile.
"She has the poetry of speech."
IRENE M. WIESTLING
"Renee" College Preparatory
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Girls' Chorus,
Tumbling Club l.
Red-head . . . always reading . . . likes
puppies . . . geometry whiz . . . fond of knit-
ting ,. . . hates French quizzes . . . future
"Filled with sweet thought, then happy l."
LeROY E. WITTLE
Rifle Club lg Commercial Club 4.
"Why sure!" . . . Nimrod . . . baseball fan
. . . short . . . quiet . . . girls are the least of
his worries . . . good-natured.
" 'Tis noble to be good."
Football 2, 3, 4.
Accordion whiz . . . often in demand . . . short
and muscular . . . football and basketball
player . , . shop is his pet peeve.
"There is no man that does not enjoy music."
As we, the Class of Forty-Three,
Approach our day of graduation,
We feel, in spite of what we say,
We'll miss this hall of education.
We may forget some things we've learned
: And some we may have never known
'Tis how we serve that matters most,
'Twill be our life's foundation-stone.
The past is gone ne'er to return,
These things can but a mem'ry be,
Mere shadows we can scarce discern
Yet they'll live on eternally.
And now we look ahead with awe,
But with no tear of what will be
Within our newly dawning day,
Goodbye, dear school, farewell to thee
For though we'll always love our school
Yet now with newer things ahead,
We take the step we've longed to take
The step to life unlimited.
-MARY IANE THOMPSON
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Most Talkative Biggest Eater Class Wit Most Dependable
Berneice Gutshall Betty Ebersole Betty Weaver Gloria Miller
Robert Lesher Paul Meckley Frank Kipp Brooks Henderson
Best Orators Romeo and Iuliet Most Respected Most Ambitious
Leona West Arlene Ebersole Gloria Miller Gloria Miller
Brooks Henderson Glen Eshleman Iohn Reider Brooks Henderson
Nicest Personality Best Dancers Most Likely to Succeed
Vera Hiestand Velma Bobish Gloria Miller
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Did Most for School Man-Woman Hater Most Intellectual
Arlene Ebersole Gloria Miller Mary lane Thompson Dorothy Rossman
' Ralph Frey Brooks Henderson Brooks Henderson Brooks Henderson
Best Actor Best-Natured Biggest Tease Biggest Cut-Up
Frances Duffy Louise Baugher Berneice Gutshall Arlene Ebersole
Robert Singer Sam Gingrich Earl Boyer Earl Boyer
Laziest Most Dignified Class Dreamers Best Artist
Velma Bobish Leona West Anna Snyder Betty Weaver
George Flowers Morris Brinton Paul Meckley Glen Eshleman
Cutest Song-Birds Best-Looking
Elaine Grimm Kathleen Smith Nancy Meyers
LeRoy Wittle Robert Lesher Ralph Frey
Teacher Mrs Esther Hoffman
Bottom Row fleft to rightj: Arlene
Ebersole, ?, Helen Helsley, Betty
Ebersole, ?, Betty Sweigart, 'Betty
Meads, 'Day Foster, 'Elizabeth Aus-
borne, 'Orville Nauss, ?. Second
Row: Mrs. Hoffman, teacher, 'Thom-
as Junk, 'Earl Lirch, Iay Eckinger,
'Lester Ebersole, 'Eugene Snyder,
'Earl Kipp, 'Paul Bankus, 'Iohn
Isenhauer, 'Clifford Drescher. Third
How: 'Doris Ulrich, 'lay Gerber,
'May Foster, 'Lee Hippensteel, Sara
Guttshall, 'Harold Gainer, Isla
Goodling, Ralph Frey, ?, Robert
Shaefter, 'Ieannette Hippsman,
Russell Good. Fourth Row: Iames
Hoover, Marlin McCorkel, George
Flowers, Richard Peters, Robert
Lesher, 'Charles Biddle, 'Donald
Lutz, Glenn Eshleman, 'Kenneth
Becker, 'Marvin Meads, 'Charles
Teacher. Mrs. Harriet
Bottom Row ileit to rightj
Mary lane Thompson
Teacher, Miss May Gross
Bottom Row Cleft to right?
Mary lane Thompson
Miss Gross, teacher
'Denotes former members oi
Teacher. Miss Mabel Espenshade
Bottom How fleft to right!
Miss Espenshade, t
Betty Swei art
Miss Mary Hackenberger
Mr. I. Harold Burkholder
Kleft to rightj
Mary lane Thompson
'Denotes former members of the class
'Mary lane Keener
Teacher, Miss Ella Heistand
Bottom Row Cleft to rightb: Kathleen
Smith, 'Mildred Stump, 'Dorothy
Weaver, Nancy Myers, Nancy Hein,
'Iulia Meads, Fay Stotz, Ianis Rahn,
Leona West, Elaine Grimm, Second
Row: 'Richard Gainer, 'Robert Fow-
den, 'Charles Lienhard, Samuel
Gingrich, Paul Meckley, 'Charles
Goodyear, George Wells, Dean
Koppenhaver, 'Harold Stahl, How-
ard Shaeller, Miss Heistarid. Third
Row: Robert Reem, Glenn Eshleman,
'Richard Masters, Ieanne Shank,
'loseph Loraw, Ioan Schlosser, Wil-
liam Barnhart, Betty Ebersole, Brooks
Henderson, 'Winitred Brouse,
George Flowers, Gloria Miller.
Fourth Row: Mary Butterbaugh,
James Nissley, Dorothy Stoner, Rob-
ert Singer, Helen l-lelsley, 'Donald
Lutz, Betty Weaver, Robert Lesher,
Mary lane Thompson, 'Richard
Heisey, Mary Grosh, 'Arthur Johns,
N DAYS OF OLD, when knights were bold, and Queen
J Elizabeth was on the throne, many manuscripts written
by Nostradamus, the great prophet whose works are
still studied and respected, were distributed and sold.
nce very few people realized their significance, they be-
rme scattered about, one of them in particular getting into
e hands of an humble serf. '
This serf, unable to read its Latin verses, took the page
5 had found to his master, who was well educated in Latin.
fter translating the paper, the great man was surprised, for
s first verse went something like this :
Prophecies? Yes I write some,
Here they are for you to see.
Many famous people come,
From E-Town's Class of '43.
It went on in many little verses, telling of the achieve-
ents of this outstanding class during the year, one thou-
ind, nine hundred and fifty-three, A. D.
Nostradamus explained that by that time the world
ould be emerging from a war which had made them all
ee from Dictatorship. The newspapers would be crammed
ith news of reconstruction in Europe, but one paper in par-
:ular was explained in detail by the prophet. It was "The
hronicle" of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
The latest edition of "The Chronicle," just released, had
:mtten into the hands of Faye Stotz, one of the many mani-
irists employed at "Dottie's Beautifier." Faye took the
:Iper to Dorothy Stoner, the proprietor, and pointed out to
er the startling news printed on the first page. GINGRICH
'NALLY ELECTED! ln smaller print: Governor of Pennsylvania
: 27. Samuel Gingrich wins over "Honest Bill" Barnhart.
ln another column was an interesting topic: "Henderson,
n Ambassador to Great Britain, plans to hold inter-
.ew with George Flowers, Ambassador to Ethiopia. The
ipic of discussion will not be disclosed."
On the second page, the girls found an article which
rought back to their memory many acquaintances of the
ast. The "Midnight Casino," formerly owned and operated
y Paul Meckly, had reopened under the ownership of
-eorge Wells, with Velma Bobish starring as the featured
nloist. At the opening were many men in the Armed Forces,
turned from war. Among these was Don Dempsey, attracted
y the featured singer, and other sailors, lay Eckinger, Iames
issley, Iohn Reider and Dean Koppenhaver.
Among other names, Faye and Dot recognized Robert
heaffer and Paul Blecher, two Coast Guardsmen. Those
mong the soldiers were Paul Barto, Frank Groff, Carl Minick,
McCorkel and LeRoy Wittle. A lone Marine, Robert
eam, turned up, too.
Turning a few pages, they came to the Society Section,
'here they read that Frances Duffy would hold an engage-
lent party. tl-le must have given in at last.l Invited were
lr. and Mrs. Earl Boyer Knee Leona Westl. Also, Gerald
chuldt and Elaine Grimm, who were still adhesive, but
nmarried. There in order to take pictures would be Howard
heaffer, the noted photographer for Life magazine. Ber-
Rossman, the famous hospital technician
Turning to the movie sectlon they saw a write
on the new movie, "Alone in a World of Women" starri
Bob Singer Wllh Hepzibah Baugher Matilda Schlosser a
Genevieve Myers. Also rn the cast is Mary Butterbau
making her screen debut after achieving success in ope
Faye turned the page to the most interesting section
the paper-the comics. Everyone was anxious to hear w
was to become of Ioe Blow and whether he would ma
Tootsie. Betty lane Weaver, originator of this famous co
strip, keeps them all in suspense
Next came the book section 1n which there was mu
ado about that book, "The Moon Is My Undoing" writt
by Morris Brinton. lt is true, as they say, that every ye
the books are more and more uncensored. Another popul
book which was running as a serial in the paper is "Co
fessions of a Lonely Heart," by none other than Ruth He
Going further, they came to the sports page, whe
they saw in the large print: FREY ENTERS THIRD WOR
SERIES GAME. The mainstay on the Yankee pitching st
was Ralph Frey, who entered Big League baseball the sa
year that Richard Peters became the Yankee manager.
the same page, they saw that Arlene Ebersole successfu
defended her tennis title at Forrest Hills. The same day, s
and Glen Eshleman took the mixed doubles championsh'
Reading further, Dot and Faye found Robert l..esher's a
Frank Kipp's names, as usual, in the finance section. T
time the court barred suit against their stock-holdings.
On the radio page was described the colossal, natio
wide Victory Celebration to be presented over WHP. T
guest artist would be Ianis Rahn, famous comedienne
radio and screen. The musical part of the program wou
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neice Gutshall, the columnist, would be present, with Dorotf
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be in the hands of Ioe Yurkovic and his famous orchest
The Crusaders Unlon an organization headed by Ma
lane Thompson, was established by nurses and other pro
nent people that aid the poor and helpless people w
have emerged from the war. They have in their memb
ship many outstanding women, some of whom are: Ie
Breneman, Dorothy Corley, Isla Goodling, Anna Heet
Nancy Hein, Sara Gutshall, Ianet Kauffman, Yvette Murph
Frances Slesser and Betty Sweigart. These were holding
special banquet before they leave on their pilgrimage.
Turning to the last page, Faye found the lovelorn sectio:
edited by the Chronicle's sob-sister, Alma Baum. A stead
contributor is Helen Helsley, whose problems are many, Ofte
are seen letters from Ieanne Shank and Betty Ebersole.
Faye folded the paper, but Dot called her attention '
an item on the first page which they had missed.
Now this is the truth: Paul Blecher finally got a job c
Miss Katie O. Miller's private chauffeur.
Nostradamus may have been right. Who really known
what ten years will do to the Class of '43? Anyway, th
prophet's guess is as good as ours. "And that's all about it
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X QE, the 4Elasse uf 1943, of QEl15ahethtnlnne Ilapgh Suchnnle, in the
A X S lliuuntie nf ilanraster, m the State nfiBennsplL1an1a,l1emg m suunh
Zsuhue anh flilmb, hue make anti urhapne this our last will ants
Ulestament in jllllanner anti jfurme fullutnetng, that ps to sape, first,
"NWN " tne Direct that nur 3Brtmtpal anh his lnise jfacultie shall rnnhutt our
jfunerall Serlxites lnith all the Btgnltie anti iBnmp that me are tnurth.
Qlttet nur ZDettes anh 'ilegasles are patch anh expenses htschargeh, me gphe, hehpse,
anh bequeath all the rest of nur Qeuohes, Qtihattels, anh Stulfes tu the sunhrte iBersunes
Item: The senior girls leave their dignity to the junior girls.
Item: "Kitty" Smith donates her ability to play the violin to Margaret Steever,
Item: Earl Boyer leaves his "sig-i-nal" calling to Harvey Reem.
Item: To Mr. Sheeler the seniors wish a group of better mathematicians.
Item: Mary Iane Thompson bequeaths her book, "Men and How To Win Them,"
to Betty Boll.
Item: Robert Lesher leaves his voice to Robert Raffensperger, David Kraybill and
Item: Mary Grosh sadly leaves her interest in Park Street to Harriet Daggett.
Item: The 122 boys wish Mr, Goodhart a more peaceful shop class.
Item: Nancy Hein donates the roller skates she uses to go home on to the
Item: Ruth Herr leaves her position as Miss BreWer's right-hand lady to Fay Kreiner.
Item: Morris Brinton bequeaths his chemistry laboratory book to Paul Stettler,
Item: Ralph Frey bestows his ability to blush to Bruce Laudenslager.
Item: "Fluffy" Duffy leaves her admiration for pre-medical students to Edith Iohns.
Item: Edna Ebersole donates her height to Betty Doolittle.
Item: Arlene Ebersole and Glenn Eshleman bequeath their friendship to Bessie
McClurg and Paul Stettler.
Item: Robert Singer leaves to the faculty more peaceful classes.
Item: Carl Minick leaves "that tired feeling" to Robert Nissley.
Item: Leona West bestows her dignity on "Maggie" Shirk.
Item: Sam Gingrich donates his gas and tires to Carl Raffensperger.
Item: Ioe Yurkovic bequeaths his accordion to Blanche Larson,
""'Item: "Io" Schlosser leaves her interest in six-footers to Louise Fisher,
Item: "Dottie" Rossrnan donates her red hair to Ruth Ioan Herr,
Item: Frank Kipp leaves his salesmanship to Walt Diffenderfer.
Item: The senior girls leave their studiousness to the junior girls.
Item: Richard Peters donates his height to Carl Raffensperger.
Item: Alma Baum leaves her interest in the Nissley family to Ruth Daggett.
Item: Berneice Guttshall bestows her chatter to Evelyn Brinser.
Item: Don Dempsey leaves his ability to bag school to Marvin Shaud.
Item: Gerald Schuldt leaves his chewing gum to Miss Botto.
To Mr. Barley we leave some of our pep and energy to help him clean up
To the Honorable Faculty goes the assurance of no more headaches or sleep-
less nights on our account and our sincere appreciation for all they have done for us.
And We doe intreat and appoint the saied Principal and his Wise Facultie to
be Overseers hereof, and doe revoke all former Wills and publish this to be our last
Will and Testament. In Witness whereof we have hereunto put our Seale and Hand
this first Daie of Iune, Anno Domini, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fortie-Three.
To mdids cmd lcxds I sing."
I CLASS OFFICERS
President . ,..,.....,.,.. ...... ,. .. Reed Seiders
Vice-President , .. .. Paul Stettler
Secretary . . . . .. . , Bessie McClurg
Treasurer ,. . Vernon Bricker
Advisor .... Mr. Robert I, Trimble
Mr. Robert Trimble
Anna I. Hilsher
Mr. Robert Trimble
Betty l. Risser
loe V. Brown
Miss May Dulehohn
Miss Sarah Balto
Mr Alton Erwplor
Mary Ann Albert
Miss Sarah Botto
Mr. Alton Eppler
Mary Ellen Shank
Anna Hiith Grove
Anna Mae Ebersole
Q, CLASS OFFICERS
., Glenn Miller
Miss May Dulebohn
Mr. Alton Eppler
Mr Robertl irimble Alma Longenecker
Anna Ruth Shissler
Ra mond Sweigart
Mary Shearer y
Miss Alberta E Lang Lucretia Treadway
Miss Virginia L Brewer
Raymond Olweil r
Mr Robert l Trimble
Miss Virginia L. Brewer
Miss Alberta E. Lang
Miss Norma Ferguson
Katherine iss ey
Miss Amelia Wenrich
Peggy Lou Risser
Miss Amelia Wenrich
Hanna Lore Teufel
Miss Norma Ferguson
Sarah lane Breneman
Bottom How. left to righ
Mary Jane Barley
Betty Lou Constine
Mr. Norman Diehl
Rose Marie Troutman
Miss Mabel Miller
Bottom Row, left to righ
Mr. Norman Diehl
Miss Mabel Miller
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Iunior Play Cast
MINNIE CARSON, cr guest ,..,..,....,........,...,..,..,.........,..,...., .,....,......,.. I anice Rahn
MARIAN BAKER, better known as "Aunt" Marian ,,.,.... ......,. L ouise Baugher
IOAN KEELER, Marian's niece ...,,.,,..4...,......,.....,..,....,.. ,.,.,...,..,..,. F rances Duffy
WILBUR, the butler ,.,...,.......,.,........,............. ,.,......, S amuel Gingrich
IANET WILLIAMS, a guest ,..,..,.......,........,.,. .,..,.,,.. K athleen Smith
HAROLD WERPLE, the man in the case .... .,..,..,. R obert Singer
DOROTHY Van STRATTEN, Harold's fiancee ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Legnq West
MRS. KEELER, Ioan's mother ...,........,.............. ...,.,. M ary Butterbaugh
MR. CROUCH, a lawyer ,..,...,,,. ,,,,, H L-,Ward Shqeffer
EVERY FAMILY HAS ONE
Sen1or Play Cast
PENELOPE REARDON precocious and eleven
LAURA REARDON the mother ot the family
MRS IAMES PARKER an aristocrat
ESSIE the maid of all the Work
NANA REARDON who says what she thinks
REGINALD REARDON the man of the house ,.,.
MARCIA REARDON pretty and twenty ,..,....,......
WARRY REARDON seventeen ...............,........,.
IAMES PARKER big blustering and titty .,.....
SHERWIN PARKER his son ,,....,....,...,..,...,.....,....
LlLY REARDON a lively surprise .......,,....
TODD GALLOWAY who loves Marcia ,..,...
. Ruth Herr
.. Ioan Schlosser
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"Curtain in Twenty Minutes!" Barber? No, Make-Up Artist!
Off-Stage Retouch Houselights-Curtain!
Wrecking Crew Program Designer
Willis E. Seiders, Coach
Tri-Hi-Y Ha1lowe'en Dance
Hi-Y Sadie Hawkins' Dance
VIOLINS: Kathleen Smith, Samuel Gingrich, Betty Weaver, Doris Clauss,
Dorothy Rutherford, Margaret Steever, CELLO: Mrs. Goodhart, BASS VIOLIN:
Reed Seiders, FLUTE: Mary Butterbaugh, CLARINETS: Charles Roland, Mary
Ulrich, SAXOPHONES: Harold Brandt, Herman Risser, Leslie Kreider, TRUM-
PETS: Marilyn Rohrer, Carl Raffensperger, PIANO: Leona West.
VIOLINS: Betty Weaver, Nancy Risdon, lune Becker, Ioy Risser, Loy Gutshall,
Iohn Schmidt, CELLO: Nancy Smuck, BASS VIOLIN: Mildred Boll, FLUTE:
Charles Roland, CLARINETS: Harold Smith, Tad Shaw, SAXOPHONE: Doris
Ulrich, TRUMPETS: Robert Hassinger, I. Russel Crossley, Paul Belser, Harold
Boozerg PIANO: Richard Heisey, Nancy Gingrich.
COMBINED GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First Sopranos: lane Bashore, Mary Butterbaugh, Ethel Chapman, Harriet Daggett, Ruth Daggett,
Betty Doolittle, Anna Mae Ebersole, Louise Fisher, Nancy Forney, Fay Gainer, Lois Gantz, Berneice
Gutshall, Marian Heagy, Mildred Heagy, Ethel Hershey, Edith Iohns, Lois Kaylor, Naomi Kraybill,
Faye Kreiner, Blanche Larson, Miriam Longenecker, Helen Martin, Catherine Newcomer, Anna
Whitmoyer. Second Sopranos: Cleo Boozer, Evelyn Brinser, Ruth Brill, lean Brosey, Edith Eckroth,
Nancy Forry, Anna Ruth Grove, Nancy Hein, lane Herr, Ruth Herr, Anna Hilsher, Faye Koser, Joyce
Lesher, lune Miller, Gloria Miller, Kathryn Nissley, Jeanne Shank, Mable Shank, Mary Ellen Shank,
Vesta Snyder, Olive Sweigart, Theda Sweigart, Nancy Rehrer, lanice Weaver, Leona West.
Altos: Mary Ann Albert, Kathleen Baugher, Betty Boll, Shirley Brubaker, Phyllis Dunnick, Arlene
Ebersole, Betty Ebersole, lane Frey, Nancy Gainer, Nancy Gingrich, Mary Grosh, Helen Helsley,
Betty Hollinger, Nancy Myers, Betty lean Risser, loan Schlosser, Lovinabelle Shaeffer, Mildred
Shue, Beverly Smeltzer, Kathleen Smith, Dorothy Stoner, Doris Ulrich, Catherine Witmer. Director:
Bertha Belserr Accompanist: Ioan Herr.
First Tenors: Richard Heisey, Perry Hipple, David Kraybill, Robert Lesher, Carl Raffenspergar,
Edwin Reingold, Robert Sloat, Philip Tierney. Second Tenors: Harry Beck, George Breneman,
Morris Brinton, Walt Diffenclerler, William Helm, Robert Shifter. First Buses: Edward Blasser,
Harold Brandt, Ray Hummer, Glenn Miller, lames Nissley, Robert Raffensperger, Harvey Reem,
Charles Roland, William Sloat, lohn Stahl. Second Bases: Sam Gingrich, Leslie Kreider, Eugene
lwflacleirla, Ionas Parrett, Robert Reein, Howard Shaetfer. Director: Bertha Belser. Accompanist:
Sopranos: lane Bashore, Cleo Boozer, lean Brosey, Mary Butterbaugh, Bett Doolittle, Louise Fisher,
Nancy Forney, Berneice Gutshall, Nancy Hein, Ruth Herr, Anna Hilsher, Edith Iohns, Lois Kaylor
Naomi Kraybill, Blache Larson, Helen Martin, Catherine Newcomer, Ieanne Shank, Vesta Snyder
Anna Whitmoyer. Altos: Betty Boll, Evelyn Brinser, Arlene Ebersole, Edith Eckroth, Mary Grosh,
Helen Helslev, Betty Hollinger, Faye Koser, Gloria Miller, Nancy Myers, Nancy Rehrer, Betty Iean
Risser, Ioan Schlosser, Beverly Smeltzer, Kathleen Smith, Dorothy Stoner, Theda Sweigart. Tenors'
Harry Beck, George Breneman, Morris Brinton, Walt Diffenderler, Richard Heisey, William Helm,
Perry Hipple, David Kraybill, Robert Lesher, Carl Raffensperger, Edwin Reingold, Robert Shifter,
Robert Sloat, Philip Tierney. Basses: Edward Blasser, Harold Brandt, Sam Gingrich, Ray Hummer,
Leslie Kreider, Eugene Maderia, Glenn Miller, Iames Nissley, Ionas Parrett, Robert Raflensperger,
Harvey Reem, Robert Reem, Charles Roland, Howard Shaeffer, William Sloat, Iohn Stahl. Director'
Bertha Belser. Accompanist: Leona West.
l'Orpl'1eus with his lute made trees
And the mountain tops that freeze
Bow themselves when he did sing:
To his music plants and flowers
Ever sprung, as sun and showers,
There had made a lasting spring."
F i f ty-nine
President ........,.,.. ...... G loria Miller Chaplain ...... ....... N ancy Myers
Vice-President .4..... .4..,.,... H elen Helsley Scribe ...,., ..............,.., L eona West
Secretary .......,..... ..... M acleline Bailey Advisors X .. ..... Miss Katie O. Miller
Treasurer ...,.. ..,....,.. F aye Stotz Miss May Dulebohn
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character.
Platform: Clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship,
President ,..,. ,,.,. Samuel Gingrich Treasurer ,.,, .... ,.,.... . G eorge Brenernan
Vice-President . .. ,. lonas Parrett Sergeant-at-arms William Barnhart
Secretary ..,,.,. , , ., Reed Seiders Chaplain ,.,,, ,., ,. ., Iames Nissley
Advisor . Mr. Robert Trimble
The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and
community, high standards of Christian character, clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and
The club, besides giving dances and socials in our high school, has also participated in various
local and private activities.
President ., David Stettler Treasurer . ,. George Cresswell
Vice-President ,. Edgar Se-ip Chaplain ., ..... , lohn Martin
Secretary . , Kenneth Kniley Advisor , ,. . . . Mr. Diehl
Mottoe"And lesus increased in wisdom and stature
and in favour with God and man." Luke 2: 52.
IU NIOR TRI-HI-Y
President ........... ,.............., ..,,.......,,...,.... S cl ro lane Brenemcn
Vice-President .. .. ...,,.... Peggy Lou Risser
Treasurer .,...., ..,...,.,.... H eleri Hein
Chaplain ........ .........,.... P hyllis Risser
Advisor ........ ....,... M iss Mabel Miller
Mr. Norman Diehl
First Row: Naomi Kraybill, lane Richardson, Grace Sellman, Dorothy Slot-
hower, Iuanita Gaynor, Ruth Herr, Dorothy Rossman, Anna lean Hilsher.
Second Row: Marie Heilman, Angeline Weicksel, Faye Kreiner, Miss Sarah
L. Boho, Margaret Steever, Anna Ruth Grove, Mary Hashem.
"There Is No Frigate Like a Book-"
Front Row: Robert Raffensperger, Richard Laudenslager, Glen Eshlernan, Ralph Frey,
Wallace Broucht, Robert Sloat, Sam Gingrich.
Rear Row: lay Myers, Earl Good, Bruce Laudenslager, Robert Singer, lonas Parrett,
Charles Roland, Frank Groff, Richard Peters, Gerald Schuldt.
Senior Warden-Clyde Wenger
Assistant Wardens-Glen Eshleman, Ralph Frey
AIR RAID WARDENS AND MESSENGERS
Front Row: Iohn Groif, Kenneth Kniley, Tad Shaw, Harry Beck, Glenn Miller, Wilbur
Hornafius, Ierwyn Gerber, Edwin Reingold, Iames Ney, Charles E. Goodhart.
Back Row: Robert Rehrer, Harvey Whitmoyer, loseph Stotz, lack Westaier, Donald
Hess, Richard Seaman, Gerald Roland, Leland Bailey, lack Ney, Harry Bishop.
Senior Post Warden-Charles E. Goodhart
Assistant Post Wardens-Glenn Miller, Harry Beck
Chief Messenger-Wilbur Hornafius
Captain ,,,... .,..,.. E dgar Kessler First Lieutenant .....,...,....., Richard Keller
Secretary ......,,.,... ,......,..... R ichard Keller Second Lieutenant .,.,,.,..,.. Eugene Gish
Bottom Row: Richard Sipel, Iohn Grott, Edgar Kessler, Harry Beck, Willard Landis, Richard Keller,
Paul Collins, Charles Goodhart, advisor, Top Row: Charles Crowe, Richard Lightner, Eugene Gish,
George Collins, Robert Kettering, Roy Sheetz, Leon Gassert, Ray Sweigart.
Captain ..,. ..,.. I ean Werkheiser Secretary ,,,.,.,.,..,...... ,.... L ouise Baugher
Lieutenant ........,..,.........,.... David Stettler
Bottom Row, left to right: Charles Hubbs, Nelson Kile, David Stettler, Iean Werkheiser, Louise
Baugher, Mason Crawford, Edgar Seip, Mr. Charles Goodhart, faculty advisor. Second How: Anna
Mae Ebersole, Doris lacobs, Faye Gainer, Nancy Gingrich, Nancy Keller, Iune Miller, Ethel Hershey,
Mary Ellen Shank. Third Row: lean Engle, Blanche Larson, Dorothy Schwanger, Mildred Shue,
Mary Butterbaugh, Faye Koser, Bessie McClurg, Kathleen Baugher, Angeline Weiksel. Fourth Row:
Isla Goodling, Nancy Myers, Nancy Forney, Marguerite Shirlc, Betty Hollinger, Beverly Smeltzer,
Edith Iohns, Dorothy Slothower,
Mr. Robert I. Trimble
Miss Kcxtie O. Miller
Mr. Norman Diehl
Miss Erma M. Bell
Iunior Dramcxlic Club
Miss Mabel Miller
Iunior Home Economics Club
Miss Virginia Brewer
Miss Norma Ferguson
Fancy Work Club
, Miss May Dulebohn
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After three weeks of stiff practice the football team opened its l942
season on the home field September l9 with a 21 0 score over West
York High School The victory came with surprise passing.
One week later September 26 the team traveled to Enola, to receive
a 33 0 defeat Because of its much heavier and more experienced
team Enola was able completely to out play the home eleven. This
was the first time Elizabethtown High School team ever played Enola
On October 3 the football team played Lititz High School at Lititz,
where it received its second defeat by a score of 24 O
On the road again on October lO the team played Red Lion High
School at Red Lion and was defeated by the score 20-6. After the team
scored a touchdown in the first five minutes of the game Red Lion came
back to score twenty points and win the game.
On October l6 playing on a muddy field at Ephrata the high school
team received another defeat, by the score of 28-0. Ephrata's victory
was due to her fast runners.
The team's worst score defeat came on October 23, when it played
its only night game of the season Cunder lightsl, at Lebanon. The score
was 52-U, in favor of Lebanon.
Playing at home on October 3l, the team arrived at a scoreless tie
with Middletown High School. Although both teams were close to the
goal, neither was able to score.
Excitement ran high on November 7, when the old traditional rival,
Patton Trade School, defeated the team in a 20-U score. After scoring
twenty points in the first half, Patton was held from scoring in the
Marlin McCorkle Vernon Bricker Robert Nissley
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Marguerite Shirk Nancy Gingrich
Kathleen Srnith, Captain
Nancy Myers Nancy Forney
Nancy Gainer lane Bashore
Fay Gainer, Captain
Kathryn Nissley Mary Ellen Shank
Middletown .,..... ........,.
First Row: Second Row:
C. Wenger, Coach
College I. V. .....,.4.......... 22
E. Hempfield ..,..,.......,.... 28
F. Gr M. Academy ....,..,,. 29
Pation ...,....,..,,....,..,....,.... 40
E. Donegal .,.......,..,....,.. 42
Mt. Ioy ........ .,.,..... 4 2
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Manheim .,..,.. ......... 4 8
Stevens Trade ........,,,... 42
E, Hemplield ....,,,.,,....,. 20
E. Donegal ......,. .......,... 2 2
Mt. Ioy .......... .,,....,... 2 6
Mlddleiown .,., .,,..,,. 5 2
Marletta ...........,,.......,... 39
Manhelm ,.,.....,,....,.,,..., 32
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College Tournament 25
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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shank
Mr. I. N. Olweiler
King's Men's 6: Boys' Shop
Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Laughton '
Mr. and Mrs. l. T. Madeira
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Moore
Dr. C. C. Douglass
Dr. and Mrs. Blasser
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Petter
Miss Ianice Loucks
Mr. Raymond Hahn
Miss E. Berneice Gutshall
Miss Betty Iane Weaver
Mr. Ioseph W. Stoner
Mr. Iay Eckinger
Miss Fay R. Stotz
Miss Velma Bobish
Miss Vera Heistand
Miss Elaine Grimm
Mr. I. Howard Sheeler
Miss Ruth Holfer -
Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Thompson
Mr. Edwin Ruhl
Mr. Frank Pierce
Miss Norma Ferguson
Levy Gross Furniture Store
Mr. William G. Gutshall
Dr. and Mrs. C. Stuart Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Coleman
Mr. Ioe E. Ebersole
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Goodhart
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ELIZABETHTCDWN LCDDGE No. 596
L. 0. CD. M.
ln 1943 We need:
tons of merchant ships.
You must help to pay for these by
buying War Savings Bonds and
R E I N G O L D
Compliments Tailor ancl Cleaner
M I L L E R I S We Operate Our Own
SHQE SHQP Cleaning Plant
Rear oi American Legion Home 35 W. High St. Elizabethtown, Pa.
Furniture of Character
at Reasonable Prices
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Route 3 Phone 917-R-l 1
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Do you know that it takes 2,666,680
of the Sl8,75 War Bonds to buy one
Are you doing your part?
SHOE REPAIR SHOP
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Buy War Bonds and Stamps
THE DRESS SHOP
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W ' A ' W I S H O E C O ' One Flying Fortress costs 5350250-
Shoes for the Entire Family it takes 18,680 ot the 318.75 War Bonds
Meds Furnishings to raise this amount. Buy yours today.
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Office Hours by Appointment
Chiropodist and Eoot Specialist
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Gifts for All Occasions
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Did you know that l S1875 War Bond
will buy any one of the following:
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l field telephone
l breeches buoy, a life saving de-
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Farmers' Supply, inc
Farm Equipment, Repairs
ot CENTRAL RECREATION
ED. HEILMAN Bowling
"The Moving Man" IRA GOHN
SHENK BROS. For
Sporting Goods and Toys INSURANCE
30 West King Street
GRIMM 6: GISH
FARMER'S FERTILIZER WORKS
High Grade Fertilizers and
Donegal Plant Food
Phone ll Elizabethtown, Pa.
HAINES THE SHOE WIZARD
On The Square Clfisher Bldgj
WILLIAM PARK, Manager
Q. lf a bondholder needs the money before the ten years are up, can
he get his money?
A. Yes, anytime after sixty days from the first of the month in which
the bond is bought he can get his money and the bond increases in value
every year he keeps it.
Lend 53.00, Get 54.00. Buy More
and More War Savings Stamps.
You'll Smack Your Lips
Dot's Beauty Shoppe
44 West High Street
Our Best Wishes
Class of '43
Pasteurized and Viscolized
MILK, CREAM AND
Also Choice Butter
Chocolate and Orange Drinks
Phone 57 Park Street
FRIENDSHIP FIRE CO.
Every time you buy a 25C War Sav-
ings Stamp you buy any one of the
1 dozen sur ical loanda es
Company Q Q
A Canvas Cover for a Mess Kit
A Clip of 8 bullets for a Garand rifle
Q Film for l Aerial Photograph
One month's feed for carrier pigeon.
When are you going to buy yours?
Makers ot Fine Shoes
tor Women i'
I. W. Wolaemuth Estate
Phone E-Town l75 Rheems, Pa.
Skater s Paradise
"Where Skating is at its Best in a Friendly Atmosphere"
One Mile East ot Middletown, Pa.
We tight to save the American Way
-Show them with War Savings Stamps
BABY CHICKS TURKEYS
G. K. WAGNER'S
C H I C K E R Y
R. E. D. 2, Elizabethtown, Pa.
Phone 291 R-2
Community Sales Every Thursday P. M.
Elizabethtown Phone 91732
Bakery D. S. BAUM
Bakers of Quality Homemade Bologna
Products Dried Beet
,, A Select Product
MILES E, GASSERT, Prop. R. D. No. 3 Elizabethtown, Pa.
D. L. LANDlS
Z E P N I C K ' S
LIN DEMUTH'S CUT-RATE
Visit Our Fountain and
Spare nothing and Win all-invest at
least MTX, in War Bonds and Stamps.
R. U. TRIMBLE CO.
Welding - Blacksmithing 4
i, WE DELIVER
Phone Z9-R 7'
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. phone 96-W
Compliments of of
THE AMERICAN I-EGION BRINSER'S RESTAURANT
Conewago Post 329 RHEEMS PA
THE AMERICAN LEGION
Conewago Unit 329
Sons ot the American Legion
Conewago Squadron 329'k
Sons Graduating Are:
Your dollars can do your part tor
you. They buy War Savings Bonds
Dodge M. K. ElYTERLlNE Plymouth
Kulp's Conteotionery and News Agency
39 East Main Street
Mount Ioy Pa
l'The Home ot Sale Literature"
E. V. PUBLISHING HOUSE
BQQK STQRE Welding Blacksmithing
24 East High Street
Elizabethtown PGI Phone ll6-R-ll Elizabethtown, Pa.
Elizabethtown, R. D. No. 3
S. Z. LONGENECKER, Prop.
How are we doing? We are do-
ing fine! But we haVen't reached the
top yet. Keep mounting. Every boy
and girl should keep his stamp album
growing and as soon as it is filled, turn
it into a bond and start a new album
Clior Gifts that Last and Satistyl
27 South Market Street
Forget your troubles ot cooking
and eat with us
Elizabethtown, PQ. FARM DINER
The Continental Press
Since Pearl Harbor nearly 200,000
pounds of paper were used tor War
Savings Stamps alone and 100,000
pounds ot glue to make them stick to
HENRY L. GISE
Notary Public - Surveyor
INSURANCE OF ALL KlNDS
Agent for State Capital Savings and
Loan Association of Harrisburg, Pa.
W. T. GRANT CO.
in the endeavors
ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
May Each Member Find Happiness
THE ROYAL ORDER
Butch F lutt
S H E A R E R ' S
35-37 South Market Street
R O T H ' S
Fine Home Furnishings
FAIRBANKS AND MORSE
FAIRBANKS AND MORSE
I. C. KAYLOR
OLDS - PONTIAC - CADILLAC
Sales and Service
NORMAN G- GOOD HASSINGER AND RISSER
Phone ml Phone 233
48 East High Street
of H. K. DORSHEIMER
Yguf GQS Cgmpqny Sporting GOOdS - KOdCIICS
METROPOLITAN EDISON CO.
Confectionery - Sundries
Q. Why does the Government issue R I S S E R B R O S '
A. Because some people may not be
able to buy an Sl8.75 Bond but can OI-D FASHIGNED ICE CREAM
save up trom their income slowly for Q
such a Bond. At the same time their Modem Sods GNU
' cl h l I h .
money IS use to ep my Ort e Wm Phone 176 Elizabetl'1toWn,Pa. I
IC E C R E A M Compliments
CBanquets Our Specialtyl
MOST COSTLY WAR
Past Wars Cost:
Revolutionary ........ EE l04,000,000
War of I8l2 ..., . 130,000,000
Mexican War ..... . 64,000,000
Civil War CNorthl . . . 3,500,000,000
Spanish American ..., 582,000,000
World War I ,,.. 4.... 3 5,413,000,000
The present War will cost close to
S3000 for every person in the country.
Will you do your part? Buy more
X- I I
fi Mumpers Dairy
Compliments PURE MILK and CREAM
N. Hanover Street
S52 Phone 236-W
GEORGE W. LEAMAN
208 E. Main St. 233 S. Market St.
Mount Ioy, Pa. Elizabethtown, Pa.
GRACE C. BLOUGH Compliments
MINX MODES of
M A R T I N ' S
GAY GIBSON DRESSES
ll6 S. Market St. Elizabethtown, Pa.
RHEEMS GARAGE '
America takes the offensive. Get go
Cars STUDEBAKER Trucks
Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
ing. Buy War Savings Bonds Regularly
HERALD PRINT SHOP
E. G. KUI-IN
Elizabethtown R. D. No. 2
Gas and Oil
One Mile West of E-town
on Route 230
We like one hoarcler-the one who
hoards War Savings Bonds.
MODERN STYLE SHOP
34 South Market Street
Everything in Ladies' Wear
Lancaster Elizabethtown At Popular Prices
Congratulations, Seniors, ancl
ir the best ot everything along
life's great highway.
Officers and Co-workers
BISl'l9l'I1CIl'l ELtzABETHToWN CHAPTER
it WOMEN OF THE MOOSE
FUEL OIL GRAIN
R. F. MYERS
General Repair Work-Gas and
Shalting and Pulleys
ECONOMY SHOE STORE
39 West High Street
Phone l64-I N. Poplar Street Elizabethtown, PC1-
FRESH MEATS GROCEHTES
VEGETABLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE
WENGER BROTHERS Established 1869
lob Printing ot Quality
I. G. WESTAFER 61 SON
Phone 267 9 N. Market St. Elizabethtown, Pa.
R. A. HAMILTON BECK59
FRUlTS cl VEGETABLES
d SEA FOODS
an FROSTED Poons
On The Square
Center Square Phone 288 Elizabethtown, Pa.
D. H. MARTIN
Poor Richard says: "One Today is
Worth Two Tomorrowsf'
Buy War Savings Stamps today and
ELIZABETI-ITOWN PLANINC lVllLL
PHONE No. 3 54 BROWN STREET
Chamber ot '
COmmerCe Q. Why does the treasury urge that
War Savings Bonds should be bought
HYOUI' l:'1'ie1'1ClS" out ot current income rather than out
ot past savings?
An Agricultural and
I. N. OLWEILER-First Vice-President
I. N. AUNGST-Second Vice-President
L. C. HERSHEY-Secretary
IOSEPH W. KETTERING-Treasurer
A. Because it is current income that
you spend for various goods. Since
the war created a scarcity of consumer
goods investment in bonds Will keep
the demand tor consumer goods down
and in that Way you would help your-
selt in greater savings, as well as help
the Nation in lowering the demand for
Ona Hzmdred Om:
Q. Can War Savings Bonds be used to provide a monthly income?
A. Yes, it you now buy a S3750 bond monthly, ten years from now,
you will receive every month S50 which you may use tor your education,
to buy a farm, or for any other undertaking which requires regular monthly
I-IARRY MILLER CSC SCN
One Hundred Two
GAS - OIL
Mt. loy, Penna.
Fully State Accredited tor
AB. and B.S. Degrees
Teacher Education in Elementary,
High School and Business Education
One, Two, and Four Year Secretarial
President A. C. Baugher, PhD.
Each time a Trench Mortar is tired it
costs Sl8.75 tor the shell.
Keep them tiring by investing not less
than lflofg ot your salary in War Sav-
Water Ballast Lawn Rollers
For Rolling Lawns, Golf Courses
and Tennis Courts
Write to us tor circular
BUCH MEG. CO.
ffrrf I hfvf
RIDER HARDWARE COMPANY
Complete Drug Service
CENTRAL CUT RATE DRUGS
45 South Market Street
25 South Market Street Compliments
Send the Eagles more planes, Buy
War Savings Stamps. I' H ' B U C H
E Phone 2Ul 335 S. Market St.
Of MISS CLARA RUTHERF ORD
l9 West High Street
41 West Hummelstown Street
ALTERATICNS AND REPAIRS
Shop and Meet Your Friends
at the Friendly
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
"On The Square"
Sales FORD Service
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