Elizabethtown Area High School - Elizabethan Yearbook (Elizabethtown, PA)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1949 volume:
Past and Present
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THE SCHOOL p1ctured at the nght
was bullt rn 1843 and us d untxl
1868 not only as a school for all
grades, but also as a firehous
Classes were held on the second
floor and two teachers were em
The barn on the left occupled the
slte where our present high school
stands The fence between the two
burldmgs would now cut across Pop
lar Street whlch was not then ln
Thus 1n th past our communlty
provlded an education for lts young
people just as the 49ers a century
ago looked forward to lmprovement
1n the schools so the present 49ers
are antlclpatlng great strldes m the
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IN THE SPIRIT of the '49ers of a century ago, we, the modern
'49ers, have been digging deep and long and hard and have ,Qt
found precious wealth wlsdom,
rxends plenty of good tlmes mlngled with toll and sorrow
to meet these manfully
and fallures yet wrth ablllty
Lest we forget, we have published this Ellzabethan so
that ln the years that l1e ahead we may look back upon these
pages and remembermg the years of hard work and strlvlng,
the pxck and shovel days, and the lofty xdeals of our youth
w may be spurred on to the best that hes w1th1n us and to
use that best ln servlng mankmd
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One of Mr Klauss many actxvmtnes As band dxrector he IS well liked desplte
15 gxvmg pnvate lessons seven th1rty band practice'
Mr Klauss manages to find txme to compose musxc
much of whlch has been publxshed
r Klauss tunes a vxolm before Jumor
Orchestra practxce He IS also conduc
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TO MR NOAH M KLAUSS who IS the qulet and unassummg yet masterful dlrector
of all the lnstrumental organlzatlons of the school capable teacher of mstrumental
students and a loyal frlend of everyone we the Class of 1949 proudly dedlcate th1s
Mr Klauss has glven unreservedly and unselhshly h1s tlme and talent to our school
and has worked pat1ently and many long hours to make our mstrumental organlzatlons
the best thus brmgmg laurels to E H S all of whlch we are justly proud
By thxs we wlsh to express to Mr Klauss our deep gratltude and appreclatlon for
all that he has done for our school
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Bodrd of Educc1t1on
7 ft to Right Mr Paul M Grubb VxcePres1dent M1 Ralph Hem Treasurer Mr G R d
Alexande Presxdent Mr Albert K Garm n S cretary Mr jay R1 ser
THE MEN behlnd the men behlnd the sch 1 braln trust of E11zabethtown
Hlgh School round table dlscusslons held every thlrd Thursday mght
1I'1t6I'Vl9W prospectlve teachers buy school supplles and athletlc equlpment
responslble for the new home economlcs room' CIVIC m nded cltlzens IH crested
n the welfare of the commumty s youth
To show thelr apprecxatlon for the new home economlcs
room the F H A entertamed the School Board at dxnner
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MR TILLMAN H EBERSOLE
Capable supervxsmg prmcxpal lover of
musxc d rects church cholr sxngs a
hearty bass dlSl1keS msmcenty ln any
form keeps n tr1m by huntmg fnsh ng and
gardenmg The prmcxpal of the thmg
MR RANDALLF CLEMENS
Efhcxent prmcrpal mterested ln school
athletics teaches bookkeepmg and general
busmess to commercual students swmgs
a mean golf club m hls spare time
Fore' can be seen taking walks with Mr
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willing to hear your side o
ther at their schedule
Mr. Clemens and Mr. Ebersole work toge
he classes for the coming year.
board as they plan t
Mr. Kenneth Grosh Mr. Charles E. Goodhart Mlss May Dulebohn
Guidance counselor . . . jolly, yet strict . . . Teaches shop, mechanical drawing, and blueprint Teacher of algebra, trigonometry, plane
advises the struggling juniors . . , "Have enough reading . . . loves to wear out "Betsy" by using it on and solid geometry . . . keeps guard in
credits?" . . . pride and joy is his family . . . students . . , hammers scenery into shape for class Homaroom 27 . . . "Look over but dont
coaches Senior Play . . . big boss of the little plays . . , hates to correct tests . . . congenial smile overlook!" . . . enjoys reading in her spare
homeroom . , . president of the Kiwanis Club . . always willing to lend a helping hand. time . . . an excellent mathematics teacher
. . . received Master's degree at the University . . . well respected by all students.
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Miss Annette M. McGrane
Our new Junior High history teachpr . . . former
resident of Wilkes-Barre . . . basketball and ice-
skating enthusiast . . . just loves to dance . . .
advises the Tri-Hi-Y girls . . . noisy Junior High
study halls are her headache . . . keeps her Hock in
Miss Rosanna M. Brandt
Lyrical choral conductor . . . always
rushing from one rehearsal to another
. . . specializes in killing time by working
it to death . , . "Is that gum in your
mouth?" . . . Adores??!! harmonious dis-
cords of her tenors.
Mr. Melvin R. Warden
A good sport . . . usually found ex-
plaining math problems to bewildered
students . . . commutes from Rheems . . .
alert . . . promoter of girls' sports as well
as boys' . . . takes a keen interest in each
student . . . Homeroom 5.
Mr. Willis E. Seiders
Excellent English teacher . . . would like
to substitute the pictures on his wall with
those of his own choosing . . , visits places
of literary and historical interest . . . injects
humor into his classes . . . keeps guard over
Homeroom 25 . . . likes orderly halls.
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Mr. Wayne B. Blouch
"The man with the briefcase" . . . serves world
history and problems of democracy . . . also teaches
psychology and commercial law . . . Master-at-arms
of Junior Hi-Y . . . guardian angel of Homeroom B.
Mr. Alton H. Eppler Miss Erma M. Bell
Teaches science, biology, and mathematics . . . Instructs the secretarial "geniuses" in office
slick black hair parted in the middle . . . detests practice. shorthand, and typing . . . hard
gum chcwers , . . big tease . . . assists Coach Wind- working adviser of the yearbook . . . camera
ish . . . piano man with Red McCarthy . , . reigns Fiend of the first degree . . . lover of all sports
over Room 28. . . . high scorer in basketball and tennis
. . . always seething with action.
Miss Mirium L. Mengel
Our quiet, efficient librarian . . . sense of
humor . . . accomplished Latin and French
teacher . . . holds M. A. degree from New
York University . . . junior Class Play direc-
tress . . . loves that junior French class??!!
. . . Hnmeroom 24.
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Mrs. Vlrglniu B. Rohrer
Teaches home economics . . . hates finger marks
on the new paint in Homeroom 3 . . . F. H. A. and
Senior Class adviser . . . keeps herself busy with
knitting, sewing, reading, and Pennsylvania Dutch
painting . . . just loves sludents who rcfrain from
Miss Mabel J. Miller
Teaches 7th and Sth grade English . , . com-
mutes from Mount Joy . . . enjoys music and read-
ing . . . active in church work . . . quiet and serene
. . . adviser of Junior Tri-Hi-Y . . . guardian of
Mr. Robert J. Trimble
Teacher of American history, Pennsyl-
vania history, and civics . . , keeps up with
the world . . . well liked by all students
. , . boxing enthusiast . , . advis-r of Hi-Y
boys . . , Homerocm 23 is usually full of
Miss lone LeVun
Capable physical education teacher . .
girls' Field hocky team is her pride and
joy . , . cheerleading and Indoor Patrol
adviser . . . See that nifty Chevy conver-
tible-that's Miss LeVan's . . . excels in
all sports , . . spends summers as a swim-
ming instructor , . . pet peeve-8th grade.
Mr. Joseph Pefrillock
Mr. David E. Thomas
Art instructor . . . one of our nswest addi- Our chemistry and physics instructor . . . formerly
tions to the faculty . . . art adviser of the year- taught in Luzerne County-way up North . . . strong
book . . . nonchalant . . . responsible for the Army Reserve man . . . staunch supporter of all
sudden increase of feminine art students . . . boys' clubs . . . abhors bad spelling . . . received
received M. Ed, at Penn State . . . pct peeve- M, A. degree at Bucknell.
7-2 art classes.
Mr. Norman E. Diehl
Junior High teacher of geography,
science, and mathematics . . . sports brightly
colored ties . , . adviser of the Rilie Club
. . . faculty manager of athletics . . . in-
spires students by urging them to "Hitch
your wagon to a star" . . . dislikes inatten-
tion in class.
Mr. Noah M. Klauss
Patient director of Junior and Senior Orchestra,
Junior and Senior Band, and String Ensemble . . .
also assistant conductor of the Harrisburg Symphony
Orchestra . . . "Try it again" frequently heard
during rehearsals . . , loves to walk and work . . .
has written many published compositions.
Mr. John J. Windish
"THE" coach of the year . . . gridiron
mentor . . . has a quiet, reserved manner
. . . wins the admiration of all boys . . .
wavy black hair . . . produces winning
teams . . . kept busy coaching football,
basketball, baseball, and teaching health
and physical education.
Miss lydia E. Wagner
Teaches Junior High English . . . a rigi-i
enforcer of school laws . . . active church
member . . . organist . . . former tgacher at
East Donegal . . . offers friendly advice when
needed . . . adviser of Literary Staff . . .
rules over Homeroom 2.
Miss Ann Ruth Hess
Our schcol secretary . . . celebrating her tenth year
of efficient service . . . attends to tardy slips, requisi-
tions, absence slips, attendance records . . . assisted by
Pauline Weidman and Peggy Randler . . . Girl Scout
leader . . . cheerful and competent.
Mr. Martin Barley
M High school janitor . . . fifteenth year of faithful
service . , . a whiz at working locker combinations . . .
helpful friend of the students . , . always busy keeping
our school clean . . . deserves a lot of credit.
Mr. Henry Ruhl
Mr. Barley's new assistant . . . quiet and dependable
. . . performs his duties efficiently . . . enjoys talking
things over with Mr. Goodhart . . . very much interested
in farming . . . commutes from Mount joy Township,
members discuss school problems The teachers relax for two days at their annual Institute
at their meetings. at Manheim Township High School.
Ah! How these pep rallies weary me!
"Fill in the bleachers!"
Mrs. Rohrer takes pride in her artis-
tic Hower arrangements.
Mr. Ebersole completes one of his
Our law enforcer.
See anybody you know, Mr. Eppler?
Mr. Sheetz, assistant janitor during
the First semester.
Mr. Trimble sports another flashy tie.
Teachers have their fun at the Grade
School Halloween Party.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right J Fisher Secretary L Barley Presldent
Mrs V Rohrer Advnser G Shnrk VxcePres1dent E Wellxver Treasurer
THE 49ERS look back on thelr school days
As Jumors we slaved 1n the refreshment
stands elected Frederlck Malmborg
president Leland Balley vice presxdent
jean Flsher, secretary Earl Welhver
treasurer efficient class advlser Mr
M Warden junlor Play was a huge
success What a happy day when our
class rmgs and Jackets arrlvedl chose
the yellow rose as our class flower
maroon and gray as class colors hosts
to the senlors at the Prom
Our semor year Leland Bailey was
elected chief erecutlve 3SS1Sted by
Gllbert Shlrk v1ce president, jean F1Shef
new class advlser Mrs V Rohrer
our lllustrxous athletes sparked the team
to win the football champlonshlp
senlor thesplans presented another suc
cessful play qulzzes tests and essays
had us down but we survlvedl e
wonderful results of basketball season
proved the ablhty of our class hot shots
sold Chrlstmas seals to boost treasury
many took part 1n both th County
and the DlStflCt Muslc Festmvals
Senlor Class assembly was a hlghlxght
guests at the Prom thus year Class
Day and Commencement cllmaxed our
twelve years of effort
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Jake College Preparatory
H1 Y 3 4 Vxce presxdent 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Class
Vice pre xdent 3 Class Presxdent 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3
B'ond pollte exceptlonally attract1ve but despa1r1ngly
PIUSIVB sclentlfically mmded mterests range from old cars
to alrplanes popular enloys danclng neatly dressed
dependable our class presldent v1ce presldent of the H1
never ln school durmv huntlng season our shlnlng left
end puts hlS heart nd soul ln a game excels IH gymnas
1cs Jake IS SCYVICE bound
A MARGARET BARNHART
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 .Tumor Orchestra 1 Sen1or Orchestra
2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Fa1thful member of the band noxsy especlally m the band
us a first class s xophone player member of the Seruor
Orchestra spends her allowance on popular records chat
terbox enthuslastlc football fan beautxful black hair
plans to be a secretary
JAY HAROLD BARTO
Football Managerl 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 1 2 3 4 Outdoor Patrol 1
Smallest member of our class four year manager of both
football and basketball teams Barrys homeroom IS on the
second floor but youd never know 1t' could easlly get along
wlthout school plans to see the world through a porthole
RONALD S BECK
Beck College Preparatory
HlY3 4 R1fleClub3 4
Easy to e along wxth has a sm1le for everyone enyoys
ICC hockey Boy Scout leader spends h1s summers at Camp
Thompson one of the R1He Club s sharpshooters qulte the
carid' gyrrnast Mr Goodyears answer man a future
JUNE D BECKER
June College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 VICE pres1dent 4 Glrls Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4
Girls Vocal Ensemble 2 3 Jumor P ay Senlor Play Senlor Orchestra
1 2 3 4 Strmg Ensemblel 3 4 Band Front 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Hockey 2 3 4 Cheerleadlng l 2 V W S C 1
Sllly brunette cute pug nose lo's of fun Wheres
the ensemble mus1c Jean" fiddles on a fiddle flag bearer
1n the band Mother ln both class plays vlce president
of the Trl H1 Y usu lly 1n pamt up to her elbows decoratlng
for our part1es presldent of the Senxor Scouts wlll make
an eHic1ent nurse
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Janet College Preparatory
Tn H1 Y 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Glrls Chorus 2 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Girls
Vocal Ensemble 2 Glrls Sextette 3 Junior Play Senior Play Junior
Orchestral Semor Orchestra 2 3 4 Strlng Ensemble 1 2 3 4 Band
Front 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Hockey 4
Slender charmlng men battle for her hand Trl H1
Ys capable presldent sprouted many gray hairs durmg the
Curtis Campalgn full of fun animated one of Miss Le
Van s rlght hand gxrls loves to swlm snappy majorette
Mr Klauss cherlshed cellolst a member of the Strmg Ensemble
and Semor Orchestra ambxtlon to go away to college
JULIUS H BELSER, JR
Mose College Preparatory
Boys Chorus 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Quartet 3 4 Junxor Play
Ta lntellectual advocator of One World excellent
bass volce excels as a master of ceremonies Oh' those
puns wowed the audlence as Bromwood ln the Semor Play
ln all church BCllVltleS mlght become a preacher
JOHN BERRIER, JR
Hx Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 3
Tall blond and blue eyed Here I am you lucky glrls'
Joes pal poor Johnny seven sisters' barltone bugler ln
the Drum and Bugle Corps very seldom on tlme for practice
ambltlon to be an airplane pllot
PATRICIA H BoGGs
a College Preparatory
Trl Hx Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Jumor Play Year
book Staff 2 3 4 Literary Edltor 4 Hockey 2 Cheerleadmg 1 2 3 4
Captaml 2 3 4 V W S C 1 Indoor Patroll 2 3
Sweet and lovely chlc ln the mldst of all aCtlVltl6S
her mam headache IS whlch meetlng to attend first an excellent
student lost much sleep as llterary edltor of the yearbook
elected the Good Cltlzen of the school super cheerleader
captain four years loves to swlm a terrific dancer
ambltlon fashlon deslgner
M ELSIE BOMGARDNER
s College Preparatory
TnH1Y 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 2 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Gxrls Vocal
Ensemble 2 3 Girls Trno4 Junior Play Semor Play Lxbrary Staff 2 4
Never stlll a mmute lmpetuous extremely frank
active m church affairs energetic a member of the Gxrls
Trlo Gladys Swarthout of the senior class flash on the
basketball court fllrtatlous capable we owe our success
ful Trl H1 Y partles to Elsles efforts
SARA JANE BRANDT
Sara Jane Commerclal
Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook 3 4
Qulet petite serlous mmded takes a lot of teasmg
1n Home Room 24 favorxte pastlme llstemng to plattels pe
peeve bookkeeplng bound to Peggy Barnhart gets wlde
awake when Duncannon 1s mentloned very fond of all sports
JOAN L CHAPMAN
Tr1H1Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 F H A 4 Indoor
Patrol 3 4
Ta eye catchmg languld Hurry Jo the last bells
rmgmg' wakes up durmg the second period enjoys movles
and dances has a reserved seat ln the Pharmacy works at
the telephone exchange Number please' lovely com
plexlon Shlhlng halr would l1ke to be a model
ROBERT A CRAUN
Football 2 Manager 3 4
Hard workmg football manager llkeable emoys math
but feels qulte the opposlte about Enghsh the proud possessor
of a baby blue car Dead eye the rabblts are always safe
when Craun goes huntmg has an 1mpfCSSlV6 record as a clean Q
up committee chalrman stage manager for our Senlor Class
GEORGINA E CROWE
G00rgl0 Home Economlcs
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Jumor Play Year
book Staff 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Indoor Patrol 2 3 4 Captam 3 4 F H A
4 Presxdent 4
Get 111 llne thats Georgle captaln of the Indoor Patrol
determmed very frank at tlmes ambltlous home econo
m1cs stuuent president of F H A takes much prlde 1n her
well groomed han' employed at the Modern Style Shop
Myrtle s rlght hand girl What slze please? will succeed
ln the beautlclans field
EVELYN D DAVELER
Gxrls Chorus 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Wlhnlng personallty unassumlng pride of the commer
cxal sectlon consclentxous worker a lady of the chorus
super basketball guard often seen at Schroll s wxll be an
JOSEPH B DERR
Berrler s pal professional loafer formerly of Bellaire
drum corporal lh the Drum and Bugle Corps creates snappy
drum beats employed U1 Rlsser s grocery department partlal
to Jazz llkes chemlstry a future servlceman
MILDRED K DIEFFENBACH
Mlllle Home Economlcs
Tr1H1Y2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus3 4 F H A 4
Short twmkllng eyes loves dreamy muslc cheerful
waltress at Tony s a scrapbook IS her hobby member of the
F H A enjoys xce skatmg and playlng volle ball has an
mterest ln Patton IS destmed to be a housewl e
JO ANN M DUNNICK
Trx H1 Y 2 3 4 Chaplam 4 Semor Play Band Front 4 Yearbook 3 4
Hockey 2 3 4 Indoor Patrol 3 4
Popular cut up well groomed llnes the hockey
Held wlth Jane hard playlng fullback on the hockey team
honorary co captam a great frlend of Mlss LeVan chaplam
of the Trl H1 Y dellghted the audlence as the saucy maid ln
the Semor Class Play shmes ln gym class abounds wlth
v1m vxgor and v1tal1ty ambltlous an all around gal
future physlcal educatlon lnstructor
Dot College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 Semor Play Yearoook Stafl' 3 -1
Art Edltor 4 Band 4
Art edltor of the 49 Ehzabethan qulte handy wlth the
palette and brush also an artlst ID the kltchen enjoys belng
a Glrl Scout reads a lot loves French class never seen
wlthout Paulme ambxtxon IS to be a reglstered nurse
Polly College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Band 4
Gxggles blushes easlly an aCl1V9 Semor Glrl Scout
loves campmg trlps Dorothy s other half another culinary
artist looks forward to art class prints beautlfully 311715
to be an alrllne hostess
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Says l1ttle ardent chess player llkes to tease the glrls
used to be shy but now' excellent math student 1 1
gent worker enyoys French works at the Acme behmd the
meat counter alms to be a math teacher
H1 Y 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 2 3
Swell sense of humor always laughmg Mayor of New
v1lle rlsks hlS llfe rxdmg Wlth Gallo excellent Engllsh
student roller skates at Mlddletown a loyal follower of the
Lone Ranger one of Mr Goodharts handy men ambl
tlon veterlnar lan
HENRY R ESHELMAN
Esh College Preparatory
H1 Y 3 4 Chaplain 4 Senior Play Football 4
Prmce of good fellows our br1ll1 nt mathematlclan 1
appetlte Co chs star one year tackle death rrdes the h1gh
ways when Esh IS 1n hls Ford' Dr Strong m the Senlor Class
Play fr1ghtened the cast w1th h1s glassy stare wants to be
a blg buslnessman
MARY JEAN FISHER
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 2 Sophomore Mnxed Chorus 3 Jumor
Play Sen1or Play Class Secretary 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff
3 4 Indoor Patrol 4
Neat takes great palns w1th her harr capable class sec
retary 1n our Jumor and semor years promment Band member
toots a clarmet super salesman on the Ellzabethan BUSINESS
Staff has a keen mterest 1n the Patton Basketball Team
ambltlon to learn to cook
ABRAM H FORNEY
Abe College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Football
Manager 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 2 3 4
Frlerdly mechamc at Garbers Garage durlng the summer
falthful football and baseball manager seen dr1v1ng a 30
Plymouth enjoys Enghsh classes ladles man SeBSlde
romances are hls SpeCl lty orlglnator of many fads remember
those checked hats? a hep character ambltlon to own a
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WILBUR A FORWOOD
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any Jokes Gerry? whlps around ln a maroon Ford con
stantly worrled about hls halr class wolf hot drummer
the covered brldge IS hxs favorite Swlmmlhg hole ambl
txon to be a man
Sara Home Economics
Gxrls Chorus2 3 M1xedChorus4 F H A 4
Short pleasmg personallty quiet Oh my word'
How she hates gettmg up early to gather the eggs'
Blouchs ldea of a perfect girl member of the F H A
sevss beautlfully basketball ble cherette a good sport
Cappy College Preparatory
Huckelberry Fmn from Balnbrldge mtelllgent math
genius especlally en1oys Engllsh class thmks homework
detracts from schools popularlty a strong bass ln Mlxed
Chorus was rlbbed about hxs summer occupatlon peddllng
watermelons fan of the Phlllles saving h1s money for a
H1 Y 4
SARA M GARBER
Boys Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4
RORERT E GORDON
H1 Y 2 3 4 Football 1 2 Manager 3 Basketbal 1
The sleeplng beauty of 12 2 master at makmg faces thats
not F rankensteln thats Gordon' tears arourd ln a fenderless
car Wanta buy lt" fearlessly changes the movle marquee
on a tall shaky ladder prwctlcally m the apple peddlmg busmess
capable manager of the football team durmg h1s Jumor
year Bob alms to carry on his fathers pamtmg busmess
J LESTER GRAYBILL
Junlor Play Semor Play
Cute qulet and calm good student a real bookworm
nosey brother ln the Junior Play nolsy frlend ln the Semor
Play plays Mutt to Belsers Jet? Les a1m IS college
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PAUL M GRUBB, JR
Paul College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus3 4 Mxxed Chorus2 3 4 Jumor Play Senxor
Play Senlor Orchestra3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Photography
Edltor 4 Rnfle Club 2 3 4 Pres1dent4
Whiz in science Hlvners constant companlon a great
Joker spends summers worklng at the Mt Gretna Inn
loyal member of the band Oom pah' Oom pah' here comes
Paul and h1s tuba capable photography edltor of the year
book presldent of the Rlfle Club destined to be a SC1eht1St
LoY GUTSHALL, JR
H1 Y 2 3 4 Jumor Orchestra 2 Senlor Orchestra 3 Footballl 2 3 4
Basketball 1 3 Baseball 1 3 4
Ta dark competes w1th G11 for roof ralser of Home
room 24 Ah' the beauty of the country' always there
when G11 throws a pass experts call hlm the best end E town
ever produced smooth dancer the strong sllent type
hrs deep dark secret used to play the v1ol1n giggles' W1
make a first class marlne
R RAYMOND HARDER
Ra College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 Rifle Club 1
Star athlete and gymnast p1Ck6d by Lancaster County
Football Assoclatlon as the outstandmg grldder of Lancaster
County double threat equally versatile ID l1ne or back
field modest definltely a good mlxer handsome
bulgmg blC9pS rates tops wlth the females ln E H S
aspires to play professlonal football
L ROBERT HEIGEL, JR
Outdoor Patrol 1 2
Bobby Jones of the mlnlature golf course h1S second home
IS Rudy s sleeps by day brown curly halr Here comes
Bob late aga1n' hls lnterests do not mclude school a future
member of the Army Alr Corps
MARIAN E Hass
M0ts" Home Economics
Tr1H1Y 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 F H A 4 V1ce
presldent 4 Indoor Patrol 3 4
Attractlve well groomed Corn Queen of 1947
enJoys dancmg never mlsses a good movie sweet personal
1 popular usually lookmg for transportatlon home
basketball rooter expert make up artlst for our class plays
w1ll make a model housewxfe
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JAMES O HIVNER
lm College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Junlor Play Senlor
Play Yearbook Staff 4 R166 Club Z 3 4
Our class wlt Lets not be carrled away' happy go
lucky partlal to blondes talks contlnuously about that
Balnbrldge rlval muslcal lnterests range from Stan Kenton to
Splke Jones thrlves on provlng hls polnt ln SCIENCE class
drlves llke a madman Jlm shows great p0SSlbllltl9S as a radlo
HENRY R HOERNER, JR
Hustler College Preparatory
Mixed Chorus 4 Boys Chorus 4 Junlor Play Football 2 3 4 Basket
b 1 Hl Y 2 3 4
Forever ln hlgh splrlts popular Don Juan a loyal
member of the Pharmacy gang Shank s buddy has a pollce
record slnce Halloween plays a losing game ln French class
conslderate of others everybody s frlend would llke to
be a lawyer
S ELIZABETH HOFFER
Betts Home Economlcs
Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 F H A 4 Secretary 4
Frequently seen but seldom heard ambltlous secretary of
F H A excellent cook and seamstress an employee of
Gr nts theme song IS Oh How I Hate to Get Up ln the
Mornlng very good frlend of Helen alms to tour the
Jackle College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 3 4 Treasurer 4 Glrls Chorus 3 Mlxed Choru 4 Cheer
Petlte sm'lll but mlghty Jullet wlnnlng smlle
cute cheerleader expert typlst attentlve student
charge of the Trl H1 Y funds forever bagglng school com
mutes from Balnbrldge ln a Model A Ford Does Gll have
practlce agaln t0l"llghtq J3CklE s ambltlon lS to master the art
of wlndlng spaghettl
JOSEPH W KAYLOR
Hl Y 3 4 Football 3 4 Basketball 3 Baseball 3 4
Blond blg and rugged hard drlvlng halfback on our
football team human dyn'lmo a magnet for IDJUFIES
Patton s loss our galn a swell guy detours through Rheems
to school each mornlng Mr Trlmbles pal takes llfe as lt
comes doesnt belleve ln homework
G ARLENE KESSLER
Tr1H1Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Busmess
Manager4 Pep Club 2 V W S C 1
Easy to get along wlth pleasant cooperatlve actlve
m the Glrl Scouts spends after school hours at school
headed the business st ff of the Yearbook worked very hard to
ralse enough money booster of all sports w1ll make an
excellent office worker
BETTY A KIPP
Betty Home Economlcs
General Chorus 4 F H A 3 4
Small aboundlng wlth energy a dlhgent home economics
student dellghts 1n Westeln mu lc and plcture collectlng
spends a lot of tlme readmg an earnest church goer prepar
mg to become a housewlfe
MARY K KOPPENHAVER
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 4 .Tumor Play Yearbook Staff 3 4
Indoor Patrol 3
Our attractive llttle bundle from Rheems Betty Grables
E town rival another gum addlct most often found wlth
Johnny whlle the rest of us learned to drlve Mary learned to
takes many trlps IH Johnny s plane Mary dlscontlnued
school at the end of the first semester
Loulse College Preparatory
Tr1Hx Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Jumor Play Cheer
leadxng 1 2 3 4 V W S C 1 Indoor Patrol 3
Peppy cheerleader Ra ' Ray' amlable Loulse 1S
never qulet a mlnute laughs her worrles away startles
people wlth her plald glasses a typlcal teen ager lf there s
somethlng new Louise has It always havmg man trouble
JENNIEVE E LANCASTER
Trl Hx Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Indoor Patrol 4
A member of the No More Homework Club full of lxfe
llkes to dance prefers popular muslc attracted to Pat
on pretty llkes to sew a good housekeeper ambx
tlon 1S to be a bookkeeper
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 2 4 Mixed Chorus 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Indoor Patrol 2 3 4
VIVHCIOUQ cute from all angles our classs b1ggest con
tr1butor to the U S maxl flxrt n1ce to know never wlth
out Chewlng gum frequentlv changes her hair do sports
an apparatus expert sure shot 1n basketball Masomc
Homes beauty would like to become a secretary and have a
JANE M LIGHTHISER
Jan1e College Preparatory
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 2 3 4 M1xed Chorus 3 4 Yearbook StaH'4 mga
Hockey 2 3 4
Halls from Honesdale happy go lucky good humored
super hockey player honorary captain for the 48 season
11n1ng the hockey field IS James Job pet peeve IS mathe
matics 1n any form hates to hurry friend of all remem
bered for her contagious smile future phySlC3l education
HARVEY H LIGHTY
H1 Y 4 Baseball 4
from Balnbfldge roams the North Woods wlth Walters
a gre'1t hunter cuts school to see parades high scorer for
Ba1nbr1dge Leg1onna1res amb1t1on IS to jom the Navy and have
a glrl lfl every port
RAY B MILLER
Ray College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Football 1 2 3 4 R1He
Club 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4
Ta good look1ng well dressed the owner of a cackle
he calls .1 laugh' a very good dancer Nimrod Hey
Ray where did you get that bird dog" Chauffeured cheer
leaders to basketball games fast movmg fullback on the foot
gall squad ardent fan of pro ICQ hockey aims to be a
SUSAN K MYERS
Sue College Preparatory
Tri H1 Y 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 3 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Yearbook Staff 4
Indoor Patrol 3 4 Pep Club 2 V W S C 1 Cheerlead1ng1
Chatterbox mxschlevous a fa1thful G1rl Scout u
oh those h1kes' member of the Drum and Bugle Corps
generally seen with ROSIC can be found at Tonys hopes
to become a nurse
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Dave College Preparatory
H1Y 2 3 4 Jumor Play Semor Play Yearbook Staff 4 Rlfle Club
2 3 4 Vxce president 4
Qulet bashful woman hater was qulte embarrassed
when he had to k1ss Mxrlam 1n the Senlor Play a frlend to
a shmes ln chemxstry class Rlfle Club member spends
Monday evenlngs shootmg the breeze Jake Flshers man
Frlday a flash Wllh the camera ambltlon pharmacist
FAY A N1ssLEY
Fay Home Economlcs
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Enjoys reading the sllent member of our class hkes
chemlstry member of the F H A worked at the Homes
Laundry durlng the summer often found at the movxes
alms to be a housewue
DORIS M NUTT
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Yearbook 3 4 Band
1 2 3 4 Jumor Orchestra 1 2 3
Llvely talk t1ve loves to argue basketball hot shot
never mlsses collects popular records and novelty plns
Senior Scout Arlene s pal orlglnator of sluts clever
a future oflice worker
GLENN H OBERHOLTZER
Boys Chorus 3
Shy a frlend m need enyoys shop class one of Mr
Goodhart s dlSClplCS consumes huge quantltles of 1ce cream
d1v1des spare tlme betvseen hlkmg and ralslng rabbits our
KENNETH L REIGHARD
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Boys Quartet 4
Bandl Football 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Outdoor Patrol 1
Athletlc basketball star a 3 letterman staunch foot
ball center smooth well llked xdol of the Jun1or Hlgh
one of those terrnble tenors a member of the Boys Quar
e habltually readmg sports magazmes ln study hall spends
most of h1S tlme ln the gym Ken s ambltlon 15 to be a coach
of football and basketball
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H Y 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Outdoor PatI'0ll 2
Good natured always ready wlth a laugh pet p eve IS
prmclpals hard hlttlng tackle on the football team e
Toe Interested ln the female specles huunts Schroll s at
quxttmg txme lxkes to eat almost anythmg drlves h1s own
elght, cylmder llmouslne enjoys hlllbllly muslc ambxtlon 1S
to 10m the marm s
JORETTA JEAN RUTHERFORD
Jean College Preparato y
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Glrls Chorus 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Gxrls
Vocal Ensemble 2 Girls Sextette 3 Gxrls Trio 4 Junxnr Play Serxor
Play Semor Orchestral 2 3 4 String Ensemblel 2 3 4 Band Front
2 3 4 Lxterary Staff 4
Poised capable looks up to people over 5 2 superlor
planlst 'md v1ol1n1st constantly 'osmg ensemble muslc r
Klauss prod1gy our leadmg lady 1n both plays staunch
supporter of the U S Navy the alto member of Glrls Trlo
expert twlrler and hlgh stepplng captaln of the majorettes
slaved over the SGHIOI Wrlte ups wlshes to contmue m muslc
ESTHER E RUTT
Esther College Preparatory
Glrls Chorus 3 4
Neat graceful calm dlsposltlon athletlc excellent
basketball player Miss Dulebohns prlde and Joy beautlful
haxr modest chauffeur for Maytown Avenue a farmers
daughter wlshes to become a nurse
REBA L SEIDERS
Reba College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Cheerleadmg
12 V W S C 1 IndonrPatrnl1 2 3 4
Constantly talklng songbxrd of the hallways an ever
falthful member of the Indoor Patrol a most proficlent gum
cracker never tlres of dancmg appreclates good dance
bands has heard them all supplements her allowance by
worklng for the Town Taxl
WILLIAM L. SEIDERS 1-Q9
"Blll" College Preparatory
Boys Chorus 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4, Jumor Play Semor Play Junior
Orchestra 1 Semor Orchestra 2 3 4, Band 1 2, 3, 4
Gets a big charge from electronlcs a "ham" operator has
contacts ln other countries through shortwave math doesn't
phase hlm caused unexpected laughter as Reverend Seagrove
ln the Semor Play recently become a pedestrlan an acrobat
wlth a car studymg to be a radlo servlceman
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Rosle College Preparatory
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 MlX8d Chorus 4 Sophomore Mlxed
Chorus 3 Band 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 V W S C 1 Indoor Patrol 4
Susans lnseparable companlon talks endlessly tooted
the alto sax ln the band for three years dreaded those mornlng
practlces' memb r of the Indoor Patrol elliclent house
keeper relaxes by the radlo spends her spare tlme wlth Sue
dlscusslng thelr date balt plans to enter nurslng
JAMES J SHANK
Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 Rlfle Club 2
Blg and rugged flapplng shlrttalls a typlcal football
player hard hlttlng guard member of the All County Foot
ball Team dreads hls hlke home ralny mornlng bagger
shlnes ln baseball outfielder southpaw trade school
H1 Y 2 3 4 Presldent 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Class Vlce presldent 4
Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4
Klng of sports excels ln all maln stay on all our teams
a born leadel chlef executlve of H1 Y for the last two
years dlSllk6S ten o clock curfew Romeo lnterests
range from Jackle to Jackle early for school but late for home
room blg tease You bet' unlucky owner of a steam
lng model A Ford ambltlon athletlc coach
GEORGE D SLOAD
Jug College Preparatory
H1 Y 4 Boys Chorus 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 Boys Quartet 4 Senior Play
Tom Sawyel from Balnbrldge hates hls Afrlcan halr do
genlal qulz kld wlnner of the Pennsylvanla Week con
test Hls slogan Another day Another A pet class-psy
chology outstandlng planlst and vocallst wlll make an
GRETA R SLOAT
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 3 General Chorus 4 Yearbook Staff
3 4 Pep Club 2
The glrl wlth the pleasant smlle brown curly halr
assumlng demure an Itallan at heart when It comes to
spaghettl on the payroll at Paxson s Cut Rate enjoys belng
a Glrl Scout number one among her dlsllkes IS homework
yearns to be a nurse
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GERALDINE G SNYDER
Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Glrls Chorus 2 3 4 Busmess Staff 3 4
Cute brunette neat goes places ln Arlene Espenshade s
chevy frequents Hershey works at Frsher s llkes her Job
because she can llsten to the latest records pet peeve baby
Slttlflg favor1te recreatlon-dancmg Jltterbuggmg IS her
Sp9Clallty plans to attend college
MARIAN B SoNNoN
Sonny Home Economlcs
Tn H1 Y 2 3 4 Gxrls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Indoor Patrol
Cute l1ttle blonde the other half of Curly s comedy team
makes most of the no1se ln Room 20 actlve member of the F
H A Mrs Rohrers star pupll emoys dancmg and palntmg
would llke to be a commerclal art1st
WILLIAM F STUM
Boys Chorus 3
Our radlo star croons Gene Autry style very modest
blushes eas1ly a WhlZ 1n math but would rather be 1n
shop psychology gets hlm down one of Gremers handy
men a swell fellow B111 s ambltlon IS to further his smgmg
VIOLET M SWEIGART
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 G1r1s Chorus 3 4 Yearbook 3 4
A demon at the typewr1f r used her talents for the yearbook
alwavs busy m homeroom lndustrlous student finds
bookkeepmg easy temperamental enyoys a good argument
a falthful employee of Grants would llke to be a book
keepmg te cher
HENRY B WALTERS
H1 Y2 3 4 Chap a1n 3 Treasurer 4 Boys Chorus3 Basketball 2 3
Sharp polxte bashful devotee of the great open
spaces llV6S 1n overalls and plald shirts much admired
pm ball machme flend shlnes ln basketball guards over
H1 Y sheckles loves hls books m h1s locker Just a shy guy
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Curly Home Economics
G1rls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 F H A 4
Dancmg blue eyes and pretty dlmples the whlstler
frlendly always laughlng loves to roller skate actlve 1n
the F H A good sport Marlans partner 1n pranks
sense of humor attendant to the Corn Queen secret
ambltxon IS to marry a m1ll1ona1re
Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Gym Club 1
Laughlng Paula forever slngmg h1llb1lly songs dupll
cates the mornmg bulletlns for Mlss Hess concocter of dell
crous banana spllts favor1te school subject-office practlce
pet peeve bookkeeplng volley ball enthusiast a color
guard for the Drum and Bugle Corps alms to be a secretary
PAUL EARL WELLIVER
Duke College Preparatory
H1 Y 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 Mxxed Chorus 3 4 Jumor Play Semor
Orchestra 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staif 3 4 Edxtor 1n Chxef 4
Rifle Club 2 3 4
The tall man w1th the camera played a l1cor1ce St1Ck w1th
W11l Boblsh and hxs Orchestra advocator of progressive Jazz
a fan of Stan hardworkmg edltor of the Ellzabethan
always punctual eH"1c1ent class treasurer one of the few
who can fathom scxence problems Dukes ambltlon IS to be an
MABEL A WERT
Mabe Home ECODOITIICS
G1rls Chorus 2 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4
The glrl with the f'lam1ng red ha1r mdustrlous home econo
mlcs student ardent football fan mag1c1an wxth the palnt
brush has a frlendly sm1le mellow alto volce after
school hobby IS playing her Hawauan guxtar IS lookmg forward
to becomlng a nurse
MILDRED L WRIGHT
G1rls Chorus 2 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Frlendly came to us from the South brought along her
Southern drawl unl1.ke most people M1ll1e llkes to wrlte letters
the Navy gets the benefit of her efforts reads a great deal
IS kept qulte busy Wlth her part tlme work at the shoe factory
vocal1zes 1.11 the church choxr ambltlon stenographer
a former member of the
Class of 1949
SUSAN M. WYLIGA
Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4g Girls' Chorus 2, 3. 4: Yearbook Staff 3, 4,
Pert . . . mischievous . . . good athlete . . . looks forward to gym
class . . . a whiz on roller skates . . . live-wire . . . big tease . . .
considers boys a hobby . . . loves to dance . . . yearns to be a
D. RICHARD ZELL
"Dick" College Preparatory
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 3, 45 Football 2, 3, Manager 43 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4.
Quiet . . . reserved . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . ambitious
stage manager of our Junior Play . . . wiles away his summers
working at the Homes and boating on the river . . . when the price
of haircuts went up, Dick resorted to sulfur explosions! . . . defi-
nitely not a woman hater! . . . F. 8x M. bound.
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Holding one of its demonstrations. Our future
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" -.-mm: homemakers learn all the Short cuts in home-
Q making. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors com-
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Ray Miller and Leland Bailey attempt to explain
a pioposition under the watchful eyes of Miss
12-3 SHORTHAND CLASS
And look at the girls transcribe that letter!
Evelyn Daveler is the whiz of this class. The
girls are always striving to increase their dicta-
12-2 CHEMISTRY CLASS
is exciting at times, but also difficult, especially
those equations. Here Wilbur Forwood and Bill
Stum perform an experiment. "When you're
done, just throw it in the crock, boys."
Here is shown a phase of Shop work. Students
take great delight in creating beautiful and use-
ful home furnishings. Harvey Lighty and Gerry
Gallo are forming the base of a lamp. A
12-1 BOYS, TYPING CLASS
'Keep your eyes on the copy, Harold." What
familiar words! "Guess what I typed 35 words
a minute today!"
12-3 OFFICE PRACTICE CLASS
The girls practice their filing. The senior speed-
sters are tops in typing and expert with oflice
machines. In addition to regular class work. they
do clerical work for various civic organizations.
mark report cards, and aid Miss Hess in the
What a studious-looking group! Seniors have at
least one study period a day, but they don't
all look like this!
SENIOR BOYS' GYM CLASS
Health is an important factor in the pupils' lives.
Mr. Windish, gym instructor. keeps the boys
in trim by giving them a workout on the appa-
ratus. Here Leland assists as Julius goes up
12-1 ENGLISH CLASS
Mr. Seiders stands in his favorite Corner while
instructing 12-1. The class studies English liter-
ature, especially stressing Shakespeares works.
English is a favorite subject of the Seniors.
The Seniors Relax
Super salesmen sorting samples.
So tired ....
Getting into the spirit before the big game.
Anyone else want a ride?
"O. K.. Eshelman. where's my other sandwich?"
Dave making up for lost time,
Coffee and doughnuts between acts.
Batting the breeze.
Stage Manager Craun.
Beaming members of the
Yum, yum! Lipstick!
Coach. did you see this?
Symbol of the Seniors.
We know, Jake, you ran i
Drum and Bugle Corps
nto a door.
Photographers on the job.
Seeing is believing.
JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM . . . held May 2 1 . . . more fun! . . . danced to the music
of Howard Gale and his orchestra . . . '49ers chose as their theme "The Gay
Nmeties portraits decorated the walls the punch was weak and stayed
that way lovely gowns dreamy music fragrant flowers ah' memories'
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WHEN SERIOUS-MINDED adolescents take their parents in hand
for a reform job there are often surprising results. The
methods, as in the case of Mary and Wheezer, may be a bit
stringent, but the cause is justified.
Mrs. Wood, you see, is absorbed in relief drives and club
meetingsg Mr. Wood, campaigning for mayor, devotes his
hours to golf, political banquets, and the courtroom. Con-
cerned about having only "left-over attention," the youngsters
rebel. Mary dreams of a plan. In fact, she and erudite Brom-
wood take the parent situation up as scientific study. Mary
has taken a few notes from her father's bombastic tirades on
juvenile delinquency, and when the neighborhood kids get
together, they form a Society for the Prevention of Adult
Delinquency. "Though this be madness," quips Shakespeare-
minded Bromwood, "yet there is method in it."
First they transform the dignified living room into an
obviously adolescent hangout. Then Call in the spirit "it is
good for them"J the children write resignations to the various
clubs and sign their parents' names. Flowers and letters of
consolation arrive: but worst of all is the visit of the minister,
who calls to thank Mr. Wood for his 51,000 donation to the
To cap the climax, a news reporter arrives to get pictures
of Mr. Wood, "hot news since he resigned from the campaign
for Mayor." By this time Mrs. Wood is near hysteria, and
Mr. Wood is behaving like a caged animal. Only teacher
Aunt Miriam and the coach see both sides clearly, and inject
some common sense into the situation.
Later, a much bewildered Mr. Wood is elected mayor
anyway. In the process of reforming their parents the children
have lost some of their peculiarities, too. It isn't a complete
victory for either side but the seeds of tolerance and under-
standing have been sown.
AGNES WOOD-public-spirited mother ......... June Becker
PERRY WOOD-her bombastic husband ......... Paul Grubb
WHEEZER Woon-talented, serious-minded .,.. George Sload
MARY WOOD-an accelerated student ...... jean Rutherford
MIRIAM SMITH-a popular teacher .... ...... J anet Belser
BILL PENDLETON-athletic coach ........ David Newcomer
MARXE1fh6 acid-tongued housekeeper .... Jo-Anne Dunnick
DR. STRONG-quiet, congenial neighbor. . .Henry Eshelman
BEATRICE STRONG-his talkative wile .... Elsie Bomgardner
SUE ELLEN STRONG-their "brain-trust" daughter,
Mary jean Fisher
WINDY COOGAN-Wheezer's boisterous pal. .Lester Graybill
BROMWOOD FLETCHER-Mary's scholarly beau. Julius Belser
REVEREND SEAGROVE-znild, sincere ....... William Seiders
CONWAY ELLIOT-agile news reporter ....... James Hivner
ANN WINTHROP-fH8ffi6d friend ol Mrs. Wood,
DATE THORNTON-married friend of Mrs. Wood,
From First Grade
F1rstRow left to rzght R Barley H Barto S Brandt G Cox R Stahl D Shearer R Seltz
Second row Mlss A Owen C Nesbltt P Hackenberger M Barnhart A Goodlmg Sheaffer
B Klpp A Kessler H Hahn Thzrd row R Shank E Kennedy M Sonnon C Garman G
Sloat M McNall F Nxssley Fourth row C Stauffer D Earhart P Earhart C Wolgemuth
I Brandt V Swelgart J Chapman R Hengel
Fzrst Row left to right R Rrce S Wylxga W Selders J Rut'1er ord D Newcomer E Hlpple
J Meckley S Myers G Morrls J Gerlach Second row Mlss H Gross L Lambert unknown
J Becker L Balley R Selders A Forney M Tlerney J Frey D Stahl Tlurd row G Shrrk
J Belser J Hlvner I Saylor F Malmborg P Boggs R Zell D Nutt E Allen Fourth ow
E Klssmger P Grubb unknown E Wellrver unknown J Belser M Lutz L Gutshall P
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The cllmax of our school career IS reached when our To the strams of War March of the Prlests semors
class presrdent accepts hrs dlploma from our super proudly mount the stalrs to recerve the reward
vrsmg prmcrpal Mr Ebersole symbolxc of therr achrevement
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each year Pictured rs George Sload
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Class of 1950
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right J Roland Treasurer G Frost Vice President
Mr K Grosh Class Adviser P Belser Preasident Y Nisley Secretary
BIG YEAR for the Class of 50 our interested adviser was Mr Grosh w
were led through a prosperous year by Paul Belser, president George Frost, vice
president Yvonne Nlsley, secretary and Jean Roland treasurer decided on
gray and green as the colors to represent our class thrilled when our class pins
and rings arrived swelled treasury by selling refreshments to hungry fans at
football and basketball games
successfully presented the play
Miss Jimmy to an enthus d
audience we gave the s niors
a prom theyll never forget
our class is looking forward to
becoming distinguished seniors
The junior Class manned the
refreshment stands at football
games to swell their treasury.
First Row, left to right: J. Kipp, G. Hitz, D, Shearer, V. Coble, D. Kautz, J. Roland, D. Shearer, G. Matoney.
N. Sweigart, G. Eisenhower, C. Sloat, L. Bowman, J. Weaver, A. Seifert, P. Randler, J. Espenshade. Second
Row: M. Miller, R. King, V. Enck, K. Wittle, E. Sinniger, J. Newcomer, A. Snyder, H. Nauman, J. Risser,
C. Whitmoyer, E. Moyer, D. Heisey, Y. Nisley, J. Ginder, R. Shank, C. Raffensperger. Third Row: D.
Bricker, L. Musser, P. Jacobs, J. Ulrich, J. Risser, H. Boozer, M. Hilsher, H. Forry, D. Herman, J. Kuntzel-
man, P. Longenecker, A.GoodlQng, D. Gordon, J. Lambert, M. Stum, J. Frey.
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First Row, left to right: T. Heisey, M. Lehman, P. Hess. M. Grubb, G. Nauss. E. Page, J. Ellinger, I. Geb-
hard, J. Witman, D. Dixon, W. Steffen, J. Meckley, P. Herr, M. E. Haines. R. Gish. Second Row: J. Mc-
Konly, A. Gantz, G. Frost, P. Yarnall, C. Morris, A. Lokey. G. Berrier, M. Greiner, J. Rahn, J. Warren. G.
Stauffer, R. M. Sauter, P. Greiner, L. Esslinger, J. Proctor. Third Row: J. Martin, R. Emenheiser. N. Sloat.
M. Helt, B. Swisher, R. D'Agostino, N. Risdon, H. Reiner, J. Risser, P. Belser, J. Helm, J. Coberly, J. Sheetz,
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First Row, left to right: B. Brubaker, N. Barnhart, V. Barnhart, T. Sipling, D. Good, A. Andrews, D. Royer,
N. Eshelman, J. Guttschall, P. Walton, W. Tripp, A. Heisey, L. Long, K. Byers, L. Hoffer. Second Row:
P. Brosey, N. Rice, A. Heisey, E. Dieffenbach, R. Klinger, J. Rutherford, M. Hollinger, L. Chapman, R.
Mummau, D. Griffith, A. Lancaster, B. Smuck, E. Martin, L. Shank, L. Weidman. Third Row: B. Parrett,
L. Beckhaus, O. Florschutz, R. Bainbridge, S. Hornalius, G. Heffner, N. Chittum, T. Harder, M. Leicht,
T. Lighthiser, F. Olweiler, A. Keller, A. Hufford, R. Plummer, M. Shank, E. Smith.
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First Row, left to right: J. Heisey, J. Messick, J. Sweigart, N. Park, P. Horst, J. Killian, F. Hoover, B. Miller,
J. Gohn, G. Hess, J. Hoerner, C. Hilsher, P. Berrier, L. Longenecker, E. Seitz, D. Olweiler, F. Long. Second
Row: P. Weaver, M. Farver, R. Barley, N. Campbell. J. Zerphy, L. Goodling, N. Wagner, M. Rutt, M.
Parmer, L. Gibble, M. Easton, J. Betz, J. Schroll, J. Chapman, J. Eyer, J. Bingeman. Third Row: M.
Wright, J. Brandt, H. Eshelman, B. Withers, R. Gebhard, D. Heisey, R. Myers, R. Fearn, W. Fetter, D.
Garber, I. Engle, W. Chesnutt, W. Kleinfelter, D. Zook, G. Achom, A. M. Groff, J. Miller, M. Schwanger.
Bus riders homeward bound.
Home Economics Class gets
a few tips from a Hot-Point
Sophomore girls discuss the
Tom and his jet-propelled
Juniors increased their his-
torical knowledge at Gettys-
Coberly makes a daring
Future scientists balance the
Nancy calls her new boy'
They've got you, Miller!
Coberly and Beckhaus refuel
for afternoon classes.
Hard-working juniors bag-
A pre-school bull session.
First Row, left to right: S. Royer, L. Sweigart, K. Winters, R. Lokey, J. Hershey, J. Weaver, P. Douglas P. Hol-
linger, P. Adams, W. Heisey, J. Martin, R. Miller, H. Brandt, P. Brandt, B. Bryan, F. Walters, D. Blough.
Second Row: J. Herr, L. Nye, E. Kessler, N. Schroll, D. Raffensberger, J. Espenshade, P. Vuxta, J. Trostle, L.
Garns, R. Heigle, P. Heisey, D. Whitmoyer, M. Musser, M. Brandt, J. Paxson, B. Brown. Third Row: W. Knight,
J. Senseman, E. Shank, N. Brandt, S. Ober, B. Stahl, K. Bockey, V. Martin, L. Smith, H. Eberly, R. Flowers, N.
Heisey, K. Nauman, J. May, R. Baker, J. Flynn, B. Floyd, S. Kaylor.
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First Row, left to right: R. Long, S. Knarr, S. Stahl, J. Barnhart, J. Funck, G. Klinger, J. Shank, T Sextz E
Frazier. Second Row: W. Mummert, A. Fasnacht, M. Hess, J. Longenecker, T. Trimmer, A. Swelgart S
Bechtel, D. Grimm, R. Broucht, J. Earhart, J. Craun. J. Grimm, D. Bradley, D. Pautz. Third Row: R Emenhei
ser, A. Reider, M. Hufford, M. Stauffer, R. Hawthorne, A. Good, C. Cobaugh, K. Gish, J. Rutherford A Steh
man. D. Bryan, S. Shiffer, J. Summy, J. Risser. Fourth Row: R. Hoover, G. Brandt, M Weaver, G Hoover J
Zarfoss, D. Bowser, K. Landis, M. Wert, R. Eshelman, N. Hoffer, W. Fink, M Grubb, J. Wanamaker G Helm
Eager Eighth Graders
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First Row, Ieit to right: J. Shank, D. Grubb. H Daveier, J. Wenger, C. Lehman, P. Rosensteel, J. Landvater, R
Fultz, J. Ebersole. D. Stevens. Second Row: M. Martin, R. Butterbaugh, R. Milbee, G. Clerk, F. Van Scyoc, J
Wanamaker, J. Rutherford, S. Patton, D. Miller, P. Seiders, J. Frye. Third Row: R. Haines, R. Jumper, C
Moose, J. Dougherty. S. Brown. R. Wenger, N. Ebersole, L. Greenly, S. Lehman, B. Landis, B. Heckert, S
Heckert, D. Shearer.
First Row, left to right: J. Otis. S. Bishop, E. Beck. P. Shank, C. Griffith, I. Brubaker, T. Weaver, A. Frey, J.
Hawthorne, L. Erb. J. Frey. Second Row: G. Weaver, G. Hershey, P. Atherton, J. Royer, G. Hixon. M. Hoo-
ver, D. Kniley. M. Lokey. E. Lutz, B. Sinniger. L. Ulrich. Third Row: J. Shank. M. Ginder, J. Warden. G. Ney,
M. Engle. S. Flowers. D. Emenheiser, J. Smith, D. Etter, D. Warfel, L. Gutshall, R. Albright.
Spirited Seventh Graders
First Row, left to right: S. Ishler, G. Fisher, J. Nisley, L. Collins, D. Arndt, M. Isenberg, W. Sine, J. H. Engle.
Second Row: R. Abram, D. Martin, D. Gibble, B. Gish, H. Andrews, M. Warren, I. Stahl, B. Strickland, N.
Stein. Third Row: H. Goodling, S. Loraw, J. Chapman, P. Meyers, L. Boyer, E. Hershman, K. Beinhauer, P.
Obenstine, P. Shelley, S. Itzoe.
First Row, left to right: D. Bishop, M. Gebhard, K. Rice, R. Little, S. Good, H. Dostman, B. Funck, K. Stone',
L. Lehman, G. Rickert, E. Wolgemuth. Second Row: E. Bishop, F. Hershey, S. Bates, C. L. Baker, C. Earhart,
N. Dagen, E. Enck, L. Seiders, J. Miller, J. Westafer, L. Good, R. Cunningham, D. Jumper. Third Row: D.
Diffenbach, C. Gilgore, J. Shank. A. Kilhefner, N. Greenawalt, R. Ebersole, N. Bankler, E. Taylor, M. Heisey,
J. Heigel, S. Landis, H. Kleinfelter, N. Royer, D. Morgan.
Putting into practice the eti-
quette they learned, fresh-
men girls entertain various
members of the faculty at
Soaking up sunshine while
waiting for the one o'clo:k
Ooh! You're tickling me!
Freshmen look mystified as
Miss Mengel explains library
That's using your foot, Frye!
Hungry underclassmen pa-
tronize F. H. A. noon-time
Seventh graders sew a fine
A shop student is taught that
every inch counts.
Our most popular text book
Now, girls, be sure the pieces
fit before pinning.
Freshmen make a shocking
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YEARBOOK STAFF HEADS left to nght Mr J Petnllock Art Advlser D Ea hart Art
Editor A Kessler Business Edxto P Boggs Lxterary Edltor P Grubb Photography Edxtor
PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Taking snapshots, arrangmg students for group
pxctures were thelr dutles Hurrah the suns out a small staff four
members headed by Paul Grubb chief headache was trying to get the
plctures from the photographer
Left to Rzght J Lxghthnser J Hxvner P Grubb
Miss Wagner, Iliterary Adviserg loliss E. Bell, Yearbook Advlserg E. Welliver, Editor-in-Qhiefi
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LITERARY STAFF. Kept busy dur-
ing Tuesday's activity periods . . .
interviewed teachers and seniors for
yearbook write-ups . . . racked their
brains for more adjectives and adverbs
. . . found a new use for the dictionary
. . . headed by Pat Boggs . . . advised by
Miss L. Wagner.
Seated, Ielr to right: J. Belser. J. Ruther-
ford, F. Boggs, J. Dunnick. Second Row:
R. Seiders R. M. Sgitz, S. Myexs. Sland-
ing: G. Eisenhower, N. Risdon, P. Hess.
1. Ginder. M. Miller, R. M.ller, H. Nau-
rnan, D Bricker, J. Roland.
ART STAFF. Planned the layout of
the yearbook . . . worked hard on di-
vider pages . . . designed it to be the
best yearbook ever published . . . art
editor, Dorothy Earhart . . . adviser.
Seated, left to right: P. Lienhard, S. Wy-
liga, M. Grubb, M. Grubb. Standing, Iell
to right: P. Earhart, D. Earhart, M. Dief-
fenbach, M. Hess, H. Weidman, Y. Nisley,
BUSINESS STAFF. Took charge of
getting advertisements for yearbook . . .
Super-salesmen! . . . handled all year-
book money . . . headed by Arlene
Kessler . . . capably advised by Miss
Bell . . .helped Literary Staff by typing
Stored, It-it to right First Row: A. Kessler,
S. Wyliga, P. Lxenhard, P. Barnhart, Sec-
ond Row: E. Daveler, P. Weidman, D,
Nutt, V. Sweigart. Standing: S. J. Brandt,
G. Crowe. M. Koppenhaver, G. Sloat, M.
Wright, J. Lanraster, J. Fisher. G. Snyder.
First Row Ielt to right M Mrller S Garber G Ersenhow r R Seltz S Myers N Rlsdon P Boggs M Sh nk
Sheetz M Grubb L Lambert P Longenecker J Rutherford J Gmder D Messlck J Hoffman Second Row
Daveler L Baum Y Nrsley E Moyer V En k G Nauss G Crowe R Sauter E Bomgardner M Wrrght
Swrsher D Brrcker P Hess D Nutt J Roland Thrrd Row P Yarnall J Helm J B lser G Sload M Helt
Grubb E Wellrver A Forney L Barley P Belser P Gr mer J Becker J Lrghthrser M Wert Fourth Row
Hoerner J Weaver J Eyer G Stauffer
MIXED CHORUS worked dlhgently two perrods a week offered the
publrc the harmony of therr blended VOICES under the drrectron of M1ss Ros
ma Brandt the slxty vorce chorus sang for the Chrlstmas program and the
annual Sprrng Concert Mxss Brandt was qulte lenlent wlth demerlts
especlally when angora fuzz was Hoatmg over the audxtorluml the unsung hero
of M1XEd Chorus James Martm pranlst
D pendable accompanrsts for chorus at the
keyboard left to rlght are P Gremer Boys
Chorus J Roland Grrls Chorus and Martm
Sophomore Mrxed Chorus students ga n therr
first experrence 1n choral work through thrs or
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BOYS CHORUS Mlss R Brandt drrectmg F1rstRow left to nght J Bmgeman D Dixon H Gerber R
DAgostmo G Shxrk A Forney W Chesnutt J Mrller G Sload G Achorn Second Row J Martin D Herman
B Smuck R Plummer E Smxth P Grubb E Welllver P Belser R Zell P Gremer G Stautfer J Weaver
Thzrd Row G Berrler G Frost M Helt H Reiner J Coberly J Hrvner J Bel er B Parrett R Harde K
Rerghard R Emenhelser H Hoerner J Eyer E Seltz
BOYS CHORUS composed of senlor hlgh boys rehearsed durmg Tuesdays actlvlty
perlods Mrss Brandts dlsclplmary headache melodlous voices well balanced chorus
themr repertolre consxsted of such songs as Sleep Lxttle jesus Boy and joshua at th
Battle of jerzcho entertalned the audlences wlth thelr hearty srnglng accompanied by
GIRLS CHORUS First Row left to right G Matoney G Snyder P Herr N Swexgart A S lfert J Espen
shade H Weldman M Dleffenbach A Kessler M Harnes P Llenhard J Cvlnder J Roland Second Row D
Shearer S J Brandt M Koppenhaver S Wyllga J McKonl5 J Warren J Ellxnger L Bowman D Shearer P
Earhart M Hxlsher L Esslnnger D Brrcl-cer Third Row H Nauman M Hess P Weldman A Gantz J Chapman
E Bomeardner J Rtsser V Swergart M Sonnon E Hocfer J Rxsser B SWlSll9l' M Wert P Irngen ker J
GIRLS CHORUS composed of Junlor and senlor glrls thrllled the audlence vnth Carol of
the Bxrds xn the Chrlstmas Concert rehearsed durmg Frlday actlvxty p mods second
soprano sectron caused MISS Brandt many headaches' lovely gowns added to the beautv of
the Sprmg Concert gave therr verslon of Mozart s Alphabet accompanled by Jean Roland
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JUNIOR ORCHESTRA Fzrst Row Ielt to right D Emenherser A Rrsser J Wenger J Earhart J Ebersole
M Exsenberg R Mumper Second Row S Rrsser B Hoffman E Enck L Smlth M Hoover J Warden K
Kruse I Brubaker J Hoover G H ffner L Ulrlch F Van Scyoc J Longnecker R Belser L Longenecker
Thzrd Row N Schroll M Weaver M Brandt R Kmg E Snnlger J Wanamaker M Engle G Achorn R
JUNIOR ORCHESTRA our future Senlor Orchestra members composed of thxrty live
puplls drrected by Mr Klauss practlces falthfully every Tuesday mornmg plays
once a year ln assembly What a thr1ll'
GIRLS STRING ENSEMBLE Seated left to nght N Rrsdon J Rutherford J Becker E H rshman J
Belser L Esslmger J Trostle M E Ma tm Back Y Nxsley M Shank
GIRLS STRING ENSEMBLE Dlrector Klauss prxde and joy composed of n1ne gxrls
from the Jumor and senlor hlgh school plays for assemblles and other outslde engagements
Pennsylvama Muslc and Forensxc League wmners for three years
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SENIOR ORCHESTRA Fzrst Row left to rzght N Rrsdon J Rutherford C Moose D Messick D Grubb S Patton
H Daveler D Zook J Trostle M Martm L Longenecker J Belser Secord Row O Florschutz D Andrews J Becker
E Hershman L Esslmger E Welhver D Raffensperger J Wanamaker P Barnhart J Martn P Gremer E Sertz
J Eyer H Boozer P Belser Tlurd Row J Roland Y N1s1ey J Newcomer R Bambrzdge J Bxngeman W Sexders
N Klauss P Grubb M Shank
SENIOR ORCHESTRA Qulet please I m tumng' well never forget the melodlous
strams that floated through the halls Thursday mornmgs under the baton of Mr Noah Klau s
Senlor Orchestra held the attentlon of the audlence at the Junlor and Semor Class Plays
played anythmg from Chop Sticks to Tcha1koWsky's Frith winner of the Pennsylvania
MJSIC and Forenslc League for two years
The blended vorces of the G1rls Trxo Esther
Moyer Elsxe Bomgardner and Jean Rutherford
d hghted the audlences at our c n erts
The Boys Quartet composed of Kenneth Rexg
hard George Sload Jack Coberly and Juhus
Belser proved to be one of the finest I E
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H Forry J Newcomer Standmg First Row H Boozer J Weaver E Smnxger R Shank R Kmg B Wlthers C Whnt
moyer J Lambert K Wxttle J Proctor G Berruer J Frey H Lxghty D Zook Mr R Trxmble Second Row M Weaver
D Grnftith L Shank I Engle B Parrett F Olwexler R DAgost1no J Mxller G Frost G Achorn J Rutherford W
Fetfer R Bambndge D Laudenslager G Gallo Thzrd Row R Plummer T Harder T Llghthxser B Smuck L Bechhaus
H Walters H Hoemer G Sload R Harder W Forwood P Grubb J Hlvner R Gordon E Smlth Fourth Row R
Zell R Beck R Mlller A Forney L Barley J Berrxer P Belser R Emenhelser H Eshelman E W lhver D New
comer J Kaylor L Gutshall R Rxce K Relghard G Shirk G Weaver
HI Y promotes clean l1VlI"lg, clean speech, clean ath1et1cs,and clean scholarshlp meetmgs
conducted every other Wednesday under the leadershlp of Gllbert Shxrk advmsed by Mr R
Trlmble seventy three boys compose the club no 1n1t1at1on accounted for mcrease of mem
bers aCtlV1t1eS 1ncluded SWll'Ill'1'1lDg partles sendlng CARE packages to needy famlhes ln
Europe Jomed Trl H1 Y ln sponsormg the All Seasons Dance bull SSSSIOHS were held
every meetmg d1scuss ng teen age problems
HI YOFFICERS Left to nght L Barley
Vxce presldent H Eshelman Chaplam
H Walters Treasurer G Shxrk Presl
dent A Fomey Secretary J Kaylor
Sergeant at Arms Mr R Trlmble
TRI HI Y OFFICERS Left to nght J
Roland Secretary Miss A McGrane
Advlser J Belser Presldent J Becker
Vxce presldent J Hoffman Treasurer
J Dunmck Chaplam
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J Roland D Shearer G Ma on y Second Row J Betz J Chapman J K1ll1 n L Baum H Eshelman P Barnhart
G Snyder J Schroll M Easton P Brosey N Wagner N Swexgart B Mrller M Palmer L Goodlmg R Barley D
Good Third Row N Campb ll L Gxbble J Zerphey R Seltz M Le1cht L Lon F Long G Sloat R Mummau
J Rnsser E Hoffer J Gnder J Ru herford P Hess J Rrss r D Brlcker P Jacobs M Hllsher R Khnger
TRI HI Y had 1tS beglnnmg thlrty two years ago promotes hlgh standards of Chrlstlan char
acter cne hundred seven gurls compose the club presldent Janet Belser advxser Mxss A
een Party Sadxe Hawkms Day Dance d1s rxbuted baskets of food at Chrlstmas Chrlst
mas carollng sponsored the March of Dlmes Campalgn represented at the Umted Natxons
Assembly at Harrrsburg events cllmaxed wlth the Mother Daughter Banquet ma1nta1ns the
reputatlon of one of the most actlve clubs ln E H S
First Row left to right L Bowman M Koppenhaver S Wyhga P Lexnhard A Snyder N Rrce E Page P Earhart D
Earhart B Brubaker H Nauman S Hornafrus E Martm Second Row P Werdman G Crowe J Lancaster M Sonnon
A Kessler V Swe1gart J Fxsher G Nauss M Grubb E Bo'ngardner M Hess J Chapman A Hexsey A M Gantz P
Longenecker P Yarnall L Esslmger Thrrd Row J Warren A M Graff M Schwanger P Wexdman S Myers L Lam
bert R M Sauter J McKonly M Shank J Belser J Becker J Dunmck J Lxgh hnser P Boggs B J Smsh r J H m
N Rlsdon J Rlsser J Sheetz
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at the Halloween Party' and tall1ed the Curt1s sales each mornmg dur mspect the prlzes
mg the campa1gn
The H1 Y boys led by Presxdent G11 Grab a shoe and get a g1rl' Janet Belser pres1dent of the Tn
Sh1rk d1scuss plans for the All Seasons H1 Y asks for nommatlons for repre
Dance sentat1ves to the Umted Nat1ons
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shoe dance at the Halloween Party at the Halloween Party Sadie HaWklH'S Day DaI1CB
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JUNIOR TRI HI Y Frrst Row left to nght S Bates J Hershey J Mlller C Grxfhth L Lehman J Westafter
C Baker E Taylor C Earhart B Grsh J Warden Second Row P Rosensteel G Weaver J Nlsley M Warren
A Krlhefner J Martm P Douglas P Adams J Esper-shade N Schroll M Engle J Wenger D Etter Thzrd
Row L Gutshall J Shank B Bryan S Loraw N Bankler T Sertz A Fasnacht S Patton G Clark J Wana
maker D Grubb E Frasxer K Grsh M Grubb
JUNIOR HI Y Fzrsr Row left to right R Abram D Albright E Blshop K RICE K Ston r J Frey J Hawthome
J Weaver J Shank D Glbble D Brshop Second Row J Ruth rford B Cocker E Shank D Raffensperger
E Kessler R Baker J May H Goodlmg J Herr H Daveler D Warfel J Funck Thzrd Row R Harnes
R Wenger R Hawthorne J Rutherford D Bryan D Heller G Brandt J Wanamak r M Weaver R Eshel
man R Broucht W Funk G Helm
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RIFLE CLUB. Lying: D. Newcomer, P. Grubb, R. Miller. J. Hivner. Kneeling: E. Welliver, J. Meckley.
R. Beck. J. Proctor, J. Kuntzelmen, R. Zell. Standing: Mr. N. Diehl, H. Reiner, J. Newcomer, E. Sinniger,
J. Brandt, R. Plummer, B. Parrett, D. Herman, G. Achorn, T. Harder.
RIFLE CLUB . . . member of the National Riiie Association . . . composed of senior high boys
. . . divided into two squads of ten members each . . . striving to earn medals . . . the Army
supplied guns and ammunition . . . entered targets in National Postal and Randolph Hearst
matches . . . also held a match with Ephrata High . . . emphasis is placed on developing qualities
of sportsmanship . . . President, Paul Grubb . . . Adviser, Mr. Diehl.
F. H. A. Seated, left to right: Mrs. V. Rohrer, G. Nauss, E. Hoffer, G. Crowe, M. Hess, J. Chapman. Stand-
ing, left to right: D. Kautz, V. Coble, A. Snyder, D. Heisey, A. Lokey, M. Sonnon, M. Dieffenbach, M.
Wert, F. Nissley, H. Weidman, B. Kipp, S. Garber.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA . . . aiiiliated with State and National Association
. . . composed of senior high home economic students . . . a very active club . . . sold refreshments
to hungry students at noon time . . . sponsored Bangle Day, Red Cross Drive, and March of Dimes
. . . treated the faculty to a hearty May Day Breakfast . . . made much progress with the help of
their adviser, Mrs. V. Rohrer . . . President, Georgina Crowe . . . Vice-president, Marian Hess . . .
Secretary, Elizabeth Hoffer . . . Treasurer, Gloria Nauss.
INDOOR PATROL. Fits! Row, Ieit to right: Miss I. LeVan, D. Shearer, R. Barley, J. Roland, D. Bricker,
P. Lienhard, J. Risser. R. M. Seitz. J. Fisher, P. Hess, G. Crowe. Second Row: J. Ginder, J. Dunnick, R.
Seiders. M. Hess, J. Lancaster, J. Chapman, N. Risdon, J. Sheetz. S. Myers. R. M. Sauter, L. Esslinger,
"SINGLE file!" . . . "No drinks!" . . . "Other door!" . . . these are often heard while passing through
the halls of E. H. S .... it's the Indoor Patrol on duty! . . . capably directed by Miss I. LeVan and
headed by Georgina Crowe.
LIBRARY STAFF. Seated, Ielt to right: H. Eshelman, Miss M. Mengel, E. Bomgardner, M. Hilsher.
D. Shearer. L. Esslinger. E. Moyer, Standing: J. Barnhart, J. Betz, D. Good. N. Park, J. Killian. J. Summy,
P. Douglas. B. Brown. S. Shiffer. L. HoFfer.
SIXTEEN "Library Anns" under the careful direction of Miss Mengel serve the bookworrns of our
school . . . Checking out books . . . helping with reference work . . . finding books. . . filing cards . . .
taking inventory . . . preparing books for circulation , . . thirty-nine hundred volumes keep the
staff hopping. .. a day in the library is never dull.
Flrst Row Ieit to rrght N Klauss I Brubaker G Clark J Warden M Hoover S Patton D Grubb C Moose
J Wanamaker T Seltz M Engle D Messick L Longenecker J Schroll Second Row D Andrews E Seltz
J Bmgeman R Abram J Rutherford D Warfel L Ulrlch D Gxbble J Eyer D Raffenspe ger J Paxson
R M Sextz Third Row J Ulrlch A Rexder P Bamhart D Nutt J Fisher P Earhart D Earhart R Kmg
G Heffner J Ebersole E Smmger W Sexders Fourth Row M Grubb K Glsh P Yarnall H Forry R Wen
ger G Achorn P Gremer J Martm H Boozer J Zarfoss R Balnbndge Frith Row W Chesnutt J Mxller
'V CTORY, Vxctory V1ctory for E H S
our Band the muslcal support at
football games and don t forget those
mvlgoratmg pep ralhes' under the very
capable dlrectlon of Mr Klauss prac
tlced live tlmes a week members were
cautloned to come to practlce at 7 30
not 8 00' started season by capturmg
f1rst place m the Mxddletown Band Com
petltxon another trophy to add to our
collectlon of twelve I'SCelVlI'lg second
place ln the Harrisburg Chrlstmas Parade
ended an exceptlonal year
Our drum majorette Nancy Rxsdon as representatxve of
the Band recelves congratulatrons from the Commandmg
Officer of Olmsted Fleld for wmmng first prlze ln the
competltxon held Arr Force Day
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BAND FRONT Color Guard left to right J Rlsser J Becker N Sloat M Shank Mayorettes N Rlsdon First Row
Y Nrsley J Rutherford J Trostle E Taylor Second Row S Shlffer J Belser M Grubb S Loraw P Jacobs
Held amld the hearty approval of the spectators lovely to look at Drum Majorette Nancy
Rlsdon headed a company of elght rnaJorettes sponsored Tag Day to iinance then' twlrlmg
lessons Color Guard battled the breeze wlth b1g flags although only three majorettes
returned thxs year, the front put on a great show and added oomph to the band
Jay Enck our Guest Major of The Color Guard proudly exhxblts thexr Surprlse package'
the Band Jamboree at the Enola summer umforms
WHISTLE 2-3-4-march! . . . these snappy, high-stepping majorettes strutted down the football
7 Back to school.
8 Mr. Klauss didn't waste any time. Band practice began at
7:30 A. M.
10 Opened football season with a decisive victory over Palmyra.
13 First warning of Pennsylvania Week Quiz.
14 Choruses were chosen.
15 Notice in morning bulletin: Individual locks are to be
removed from lockers. Please!!
16 Who will be Corn Queen?
17 We rolled over Columbia and chalked up another victory.
18 Band won first prize at Olmsted Field despite stiff com-
20 Notice in morning bulletin: If individual locks are not
removed from lockers, they will be sawed off!
21 Principal's pleading was of some avail. Locks were removed.
22 Band members were informed to please report to practice
at 7:30-not 8:00!
24 Manheim Township had us worried at the half, but the
Bears came out on top.
27 Curtis Campaign began!
28 Students made tours of E-town's industries during Penn-
29 Pennsylvania Week Quizg George took top honors.
1 Donald Zook made a touchdown and we defeated Manheim
13 Mr. Diehl's fender was creased by a very embarrassed
14 The biggest pep rally of the year aroused the town for the
15 The Bears trounced Ephrata, breaking the jinx.
19 End of the first marking period-many depressed students.
20 Mr. D'Agostino fed spaghetti to a starving football team,
band, and cheerleading squad.
21 Hockey squad defeated a surprised Mount joy team.
22 E-town came through in the last half to down West York.
25 Senior High Halloween Party, sponsored by the Y's.
26 Halloween Party for the junior High.
28 Teachers' turn to attend classes-Institute.
29 Although outplaying the Blue Raiders, E-town lost the
Middletown game by a trick of fate.
5 The Bears came through with an easy victory over Enola.
10 Hockey team was defeated by East Hemptield in mud and
11 An impressive Armistice Day program.
12 "Beanie Day' for the Seniors.
12 Won our first Football Championship as we overpowered
a strong Biglerville team!
15 No school!
17 Jane Lighthiser was elected honorary captain of the '48
18 Dancing was an added attraction at Doctor Thompson's
annual football banquet.
19 The Y-sponsored Sadie Hawkins' Day Party was loads of
25 Thanksgiving vacation. We crammed our stomachs instead
of our heads.
30 Opened the '48-'49 basketball season by tucking away our
first victory over East Lampeter.
3 Easily defeated West Lampeter in another pre-season game.
7 The Blue and Whites were handed their first loss by
9 Mr. Clemens announced the NEW RULES.
10 White blouses and black skirts were all the rage.
10 Middletown stumped us in the last few minutes of play.
9-10 Characteristically, the Senior Class Play was a big suc-
11 Chalked up another victory over Highspire.
14 In the official opening game of Section I, the E-town cage-
men romped over a strong Mount Joy team.
17 The Bears downed East Hempfield, the previous champs.
20 Raymond Harder was chosen the outstanding football
athlete of Lancaster County.
21 Snow at last!
21 Turned back the East Donegal quintet.
22 Christmas Concert.
23 Middletown may have had a good team but ours was better.
in E. H. S.
2 We came back to school proudly displaying Christmas
3 Junior Class rings arrived-soon exchanged.
4 Walloped an underdog Columbia team.
5 Abe Forney achieved an unprecedented record of six de-
merits in chorus.
6 Patricia Boggs was elected the A'Good Citizen" of the school.
7 The E-towners returned from Marietta, down but not out.
12 The Farm Show drew a huge crowd, including half of the
E. H. S. student body.
14 We trounced a strong Manheim Boro team.
18 Brushed off the Red and Whites from Mount joy.
19 Seniors remembered themes, groaned, tried to forget.
21 Trumped the boys from East Hempfield,
24 Sulphur fumes nearly asphixiated the 12-1 chemists, and
most of the other students!
26 Outplayed a scrappy North York team.
27 Seniors finally got down to that theme, and the library was
27 Marvels of hypnotism in assembly.
28 Kept alive hopes for the Section I title by overpowering
1 Essay Day.
2 North York handed us a tough defeat.
4 Nosed out the Marietta team to crown us winners of
11 In a thriller we'll never forget, luck was ours as the Bears
came through in the last minute to defeat Manheim.
14 Weather: heat wave.
15 The yearbook sales campaign was in full swing.
16 Outclassing New Holland in the first of the county play-offs,
we anxiously awaited the Manor game.
21 E. H. S. spruced up, nervously looking forward to the
22 Upsetting overconfident Manor, the basketball team copped
the County Championship for the first time in the history
of the school.
23-24-25 E. H. S.-the ideal school.
25 The All-Seasons Dance drew a huge crowd.
28 Senior girls' gym class accidents totalled: one broken jaw,
one torn ligament, three pairs of broken glasses, numerous
side injuries and over-tread ankles.
I In like a lion!
2 In the final minute of our first State play-off, our cagemen
broke the tie and defeated North York.
3 Rushed the yearbook to the printers, barely making the
3-4 The Junior Class Play, 'fMiss jimmy," was hilarious.
7 Played Middletown in another State play-off.
17 Jr. Chamber of Commerce proposed Youth Day.
18 Hoerner swings into action.
21 Political candidates were elected.
23 Parties plaster posters.
24-25 The music department presnted an excellent Spring
31 Political Rally.
1 April Fool!
4 Election Day . . . Democrats by a landslide.
12 Youth Day . . . Shirk and officers rule for a day.
-19 Easter vacation.
Faculty and students surrendered completely to an acute
case of spring fever.
29 Home economics department presented the annual fashion
10 Grade School Musicale. .
13 Friday the thirteenth, but nothing dreadful happened.
16 Exams began-dusty books were opened, midnight oil was
bumed, and coffee and aspirins were consumed in large
21 Aching feet and pleasant dreams kept us in bed 'til noon.
2 The seniors presented "Nuggets of the '49ers."
3 Commencement, and seniors bade good-bye to E. H. S.
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Kn elzng left to right J Sheetz P Hess J Hoffman
Standmg L Lambert P Boggs S Hornaiius
RAH TEAM FIGHT" neat p ppy ch erleaders captamed by Pat Boggs co captamed by
Pat Hess mght pep ralhes wxth parade and bonflre aroused townspeople marched wlth the
band at football games new cheers three se11ors on squad coached by Mlss I LeVan
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SCORES FOR 1948 SEASON
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Between the Gocilposts
THE Elizabethtown High School Bears established
a milestone in the history of our school this year.
Excellent coaching under Coach Windish, Eppler.
and Thome along with a pre-season work-out at
football camp enabled the team to complete the
season with a record of eight victories and only one
defeat. This was the most outstanding record ever
obtained at Elizabethtown. The Bears compiled the
remarkable total of 269 points to their opponents'
32. In five of their games. the Blue and Whites held
their opponents scoreless. The team lost 11 letter-
men in '47, but 10 veterans returned.
E-TOWN vs. PALMYRA
The Windish men opened their 1948 season
against Palmyra, winning 31-0. Combining a power-
ful ground attack and a sharp passing defense.
the Bears nailed down the victory without much
E-TOWN vs. COLUMBIA
A beautifully executed "T" formation before
4,500 fans gave Elizabethtown the first touchdown
late in the first quarter. From here on in the Bears
marched up and down to Columbia's 2, adding three
touchdowns in each of the last two quarters. E-town
E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP
The E-town Bears were hard pressed in a game
that see-sawed back and forth until the third period.
The 3.500 people that witnessed the game were
thrilled, seeing magnificent playing with the score
dead-locked at 13-13 at the half. The Bears came
through in the third quarter to win the game of
E-TOWN vs. MANHEIM BORO
Using his regulars only in the first few minutes of
the game, Coach Windish's ull" playing at the
Franklin and Marshall field. won over an inexperi-
enced Manheim Boro team 58-0. This was the
fourth straight conference win for E-town.
E-TOWN vs. EP HRATA
Five thousand fans jammed Ephrata's Memorial
Field to witness a tremendous passing attack. The
gridders rolled up 17 first downs to Ephrata's four,
and gained 224 yards on the ground to the Moun-
taineers' 94. The game ended with E-town victor-
E-TOWN vs. WEST YORK
Although temporarily halted during the first half.
the Bears came through in the second half scoring
four touchdowns to hold West Yozk 32-0. The
Windish forces registered their fifth Conference
E-TOWN vs. MIDDLETOWN
An estimated 8,000 fans jammed the field to see
Middletown score in the early minutes of the game,
giving them a 6-0 victory. As the score indicates.
it was not an easy win for the Middletown Blue
Raiders. On two different occasions the Bears drove
inside the Middletown 5-yard line, outplaying the
Blue Raiders and rolling up 14 first down to the
E-TOWN vs. ENOLA
Back at their accustomed stride after suffering a
6-0 loss, the E-town gridders showed an amazingly
fast running offensive, coming through with an easy
E-TOWN vs. BIGLERVI LLE
Bringing to a close the gridiron season, 11 seniors
who played an important part in this remarkable
season were on the starting line-up.
The Windish-coached gridders won its first Con-
ference of the Roses Championship, trouncing a
rough Biglerville team. The Bears caught their
opponents off guard with many startling plays from
the "T" formation. Behind this was a running attack
and air-tight defense.
Both teams went into this game undefeated, mak-
ing it the crucial game of the season. It meant the
Championship for either squad.
Thus, the magnificent. unforgettable football sea-
son of 1948 was brought to a close.
During the entire season approximately 31,500
fans witnessed the Bears' football games.
Eleven outstanding seniors will take their leave
this year. The line men were: ends. Leland Bailey
and Loy Gutschallg tackles, Bob Rice and Henry
Eshelmang guard, jim Shankg and center, Ken
Reighard. The backfield consisted of halfbacks:
Henry Hoerner, joe Kaylor, and Gil Shirkg the
fullbacks, Raymond Harder and Ray Miller.
THE '48 SEASON opened the second year for
our E-town girls to be entered in the Lan-
caster County Field Hockey League.
After three weeks of hot and blistering
practice a determined team, coached by
Miss I. LeVan, came out on top in the first
game, nipping East Donegal, 1-0. Our luck,
however, did not remain, and in the follow-
ing match against a rival Mount Joy team,
the Blue and White eleven was barely nosed
out by a 2-1 score. Manheim Boro, East
Hempfield and East Donegal trounced us
in the next three gamesg our team was down
but not out. Determined to avenge their
former defeat, the hard-hitting girls traveled
to Mount Joy and brought home a sweet 2 0
victory From here on the team couldn t hit
the winning Stride and lost to Manheim
Boro and East Hempfield
A loss to next years team are seniors
Lighthiser, honoray captain, Dunnick, co
captain, Belser, Becker and Crowe The
scoring honors were divided among the
members of the forward line.
Although this year's record was two wins
and six defeats, the squad showed much im-
provement over our previous clubs, and we
are anticipating a team which will prove
hard competition to next year's opponents.
OPPONENT E. H. s. oPP.
EAST DONEGAL ..............
MOUNT Jov .................. 1 2
MANHEIM Bono ............. o 4
VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD First Row left to right P Seiders J Martin N Campbell J Risser L Goodlmg
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555-Iitg. Back Row: Miss I. Levan, J. Dunnick, M. Griibb, M. Giubb, J. Sheetz, J. Lighthiser, .Hollinger
SENIOR HOCKEY PLAYERS
JO-ANNE DUNNICK JANET BELSER JANE LIGHT!-IISER
Left Fullback Left Halfback Right Fullback
JUNE BEC!-:ER GEORGINA CROWE
Rlght Halfback Left Inner
JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD Left to Rzght Mlssl LeVan N Rice P Hess G Crowe A M Groff
J Belser L Esshnger J Becker A Relder K Gish D Shearer J Gmder
Mount Joy . . .
East Donegal .
Mount Joy . . .
East Hempfield ....
North York . . .
East Donegal .
North York . . .
E. H. S. OPP. .
. . . . 27 29
. . . 29 26
New Holland .
North York . . .
Cclgemen in Action
HISTORY WAS MADE as Elizabethtown High School took their
second consecutive championship of the year.
Before the start of the season, a poll was taken among
the coaches of Lancaster County in which E-town was chosen
to be the top team in the county.
ln the first of a series of practice games the Blue and
Whites won three out of five games. Continuing along the
schedule, the league season officially opened against Mount
joy. From the starting point to the bitter end it was E-town
all the way.
After taking five straight league games, the E-town cage-
men faltered in the last half to be set back by Marietta in
their only loss in Section One competition.
A smooth-working attack and some sharp shooting paid
off in our last league game as E-town, after getting off to a
slow start, went on to win in a high-spirited game over
Thus Elizabethtown High School was eligible for the
first round of the county play-offs. The E-towners came up
against New Holland, the Section 3 champs at the Millers-
ville State Teachers' College court. Gliding along with com-
parative ease and exhibiting fine ball handling, the Bears
thoroughly crushed New Holland, enabling the Bears to meet
the Section 2 champs, Manor.
Then the Windish-men invaded the McCaskey court to
defeat the highly-rated Manor cagemen. Although E-town
lacked height, they made it up in aggressiveness. The Bears
never slackened their pace and went on to win by a margin
of 10 points. They were not only crowned the Champions of
Lancaster County but also represented the county in Class
B district play-offs.
Being a constant threat to every opponent, the Bears were
able to enter the quarter-finals as they defeated North York
in the final minutes of a thrill-packed game played at the
William Penn High School in York.
Our old nemesis, Middletown High, dropped our Bears
from District 3, P. I. A. A. Class B quarter-finals, as in the
final minute, Middletown took a twoapoint lead which was
all they needed for a win. The victory could have gone to
E-town as easily as to Middletown, so closely did they battle
through the four periods.
Adding further laurels to our string of honors, Gil Shirk
was selected as one of the five on the county all-star team.
Bert Goodling and Gil Shirk were placed on the Section 1
all-team with Raymond Harder and Ken Reighard receiving
The four seniors who did an excellent job on the team
and will be greatly missed are Gil Shirk, forwardg Abe For-
ney, center: and guards, Ken Reighard and Raymond Harder.
During the entire season, the squad lost only five games
and racked up eighteen wins, This is the best record ever
attained in Elizabethtown! basketball history.
The team will always be remembered as the squad that
did something that no other group of boys in E. H. S. had
ever achieved-the winning of the Basketball Championship
of Lancaster County.
Mount Joy . . .
East Donegal .
Mount Joy . . .
East Donegal .
E. H. S. OPP.
E. H. S. OPP.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
OPPONENT E. H. S. OPP.
Manheim Boro ......
Mount Joy .........
North York ....,....
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
OPPONENT E. H. s. OPP.
Mount Joy .........
Annville . . .,.... . . .
North York . .
New Holland .......
E. H. S. OPP
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Kneeling left to right J Miller N Chittum N Eshelman G Achorn W Fet
ter J Rutherford Coach Wmdish Standing J Coberly J Meckley L Chapman G Weaver R DAgost1no
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Kneeling left to right L Collins R Baker E Kessler D Raffensperger D War
fel J Rutherford C Hutter R Haines J Funck L Boyer Standing D Bryan H Goodlmg F Walters R Eshel
man J Wanamaker R Hoover D Shearer J Rutherford J Herr G Helm Coach Eppler
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L Chapman G Weaver R DAgost1no J Lambert J Wanamaker G Achom C Baum J Weaver D Ryan Kneeling
R Hawthorne R Broucht H Llghty G Sload J Kaylor A Goodlmg L Gutshall G Shlrk G Gallo R Flowers J Herr
GOODLING pitcher and third base
WEAVER first base
FLoRscHUTz second base
CHAPMAN center field and third base
DAGOSTINO pltcher and center field
LIGHTY left field
KAYLOR right field
April 12 East Donegal at Elizabethtown
April 14 Mount Joy at Mount Joy
April 19 Manheim Boro at Elizabethtown
April 21 ......... Marietta at Elizabethtown
April 26. . .East Hempfield at East Hempfield
April 28 ...... East Donegal at East Donegal
May 3 ........ Mount Joy at Elizabethtown
May 5 ..... Manheim Boro at Manheim Boro
May 10 .............. Marietta at Marietta
May 12 .... East Hempfield, at Elizabethtown
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Mrs Dorothy S Baker
Edna and Jeanette Barnes
Mr and Mrs Rob rtJ Barnhart
Mr and Mrs Richard F Bauer
The Beauty Box
Mr and Mrs VereF Becker
MISS Erma M Bell
Mr and Mrs Wayne B Blcugh
Mxss Rosanna Brandt
and Mrs Ezra Brubaker
and Mrs R F Clemens
and Mrs Sharpless Crowe Sr
and Mrs Norman E Dlehl
and Mrs Harry E Drffenbach
Dr and Mrs C C Douglass
MISS Phyllls Druck
Mrs Frances Duffy
Mr and Mrs B B Earhart
Mr and Mrs T H Ebersole
Mrs Guy Edmmton
Mr and Mrs J M Engle
Mr and Mrs A Eppler
Mlss Mabel S Eshelman
Mxss Mabel B Espenshade
Dr and Mrs Luther W Fetter
Mr and Mrs Russell D Flsher
Fllp Flap and Flop
Mr and Mrs Arthur S Forry
Jay R Frey
Friendly Glft Shop
Dr and Mrs J Hoffman Garber
Mr and Mrs Wllllam Gmder
Mr and Mrs Joseph F Gmgrlch
Helen and May Gross
Dr and Mrs Howard L Ham
Mr and Mrs Ralph E Hem
Miss Ella S Herstand
Jack and Pat
Mr and Mrs Norman A James
Jean Evelyn and Vlolet
Jo and Joe
Mr and Mrs Russel Kaylor
Kess and Nutt
Mr and Mrs Edgar Kessler
Mr Noah Klauss
Mlss Pearl A Koser
Dr and Mrs N B Laughton
Mlss Annette M McGrane
Mlss Mlrlam L Mengel
Dr P P Metzger
Mxldred and Allen
Mlss Mabel Jane Mlller
Mlllle and Raffle
Dr and Mrs S P M1ll1s
Dr and Mrs W1ll1am K Moore
Nancy and Clarence
Dr and Mrs Danlel Nem
Mrs Mary Nutt
Mr and Mrs Wllllam J Park
Dr and Mrs J Ralph Parrett
Paulme and Clark
Peg and Gerry
Penny and Kathr1ne
Mr and Mrs Jonas McQuate
Reba and George
Mr and Mrs J F Rohrer Jr
Sara Jane and Paulme
Mr and Mrs Clarence Selders
Mr and Mrs J Earl Seltz
Senlor G1rl Scout Troop No 121
Shlssler s Barber Shop
Sls and Joe
Dr and Mrs C Stuart Smlth
Sue and Rosle
Mr and Mrs Russel Swexgart
Mr D Thomas
Thomas Shoe Store
Dr and Mrs T M Thompson
Mr Arthur Thome
Mr and Mrs Robert J Trrmble
Glzmo Troutman and Shmoo Shank
Miss Lydla E Wagner
Mr and Mrs M R Warden
Dr and Mrs A P Wenger
Mr. . ' '
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AND THE 7 BIG Joss IN YOUR HOME
GAS for GGGKING
GAS for REFRIGERATIGN
GAS for WATER HEATING
GAS for IIUUSE HEATING
GAS for AIR GGNDITIONING
GAS for GLGTIIES DRYING
GAS for INGINERATIGN
CLEAN ECONOMICAL DEPENDABLE
THE HARRISBURG GAS COMPANY
52 So Market Street
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Ellzabethtown s Leadmg Women s Shop
There s a NEW Ford 1n your future at the
R A C T 9 mm muupmmr
GABBER MOTOR COMPANY
THE GAINER STUDIO
wishes to mtroduce
BENJAMIN W PIERSOL
Ehzabethtowns New Pollceman
As ALWAYS we encourage and welcome progresa
both 1n CIVIC government and photography At
cur studlo you are assured of modern photo
Telephone 34 R for an appomtment today
GLENN N GAINER
No 1 CENTRE SQUARE
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE 1949 ELIZABETHAN
Spec1a11z1ng m REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
TEXAS HOT WEINERS VIRGINIA BAKED HAM ALSO BAR B QUES
PHONE 34 J DINNERS LUNCHEONS
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The women of the town buy at the MODERN STYLE SHOP for the
new look and the latest styles at popular prlces Stop to see the large
When you are ready to bu1ld that dream house let the
ELIZABETHTOWN PLANING MILL
furnlsh the fine materlals that makes your dream come true
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G1ve your new car the care It deserves by v1s1t1ng your GOOD GULF
DEALER regularly, and lettmg hlm g1Ve your car dependable ser
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BEST WISHES TO THE 49ERS
THE THEOBOLD INDUSTRIES
VVhen you re hungry for cookles cakes or
bread call the ELIZABETHTOWN BAK
Everythmg from a long wearing Flrestone
tire to modern kitchen appllances may be
purchased at NEWCOMER S FIRESTONE
STORE V1s1t th s modern StOlP for th qual
1ty and service you want most
products to your door
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offers the finest fresh meats gro eries and
vegetables in speedy s lf s rvice style This
store is conveniently located at 4 Center
Square Its friendly atmosphere 1I'lVltGS you
back day after day
Manufacturer of Wheelbarrows
BUCH MANUFACTURING CO
THE CHRONICLE PAXONS CUT RATE sells a complete
A Pflrlted RGCOFCI Of Our T1meS stock of drug items and cosmetics Prompt
SBYVICE IS given to every customer Try one
of Paxons Cokes th yre refreshing
For that up-to-the-minute news, challenging
editorials, and dependable advertising-read
THE ELIZABETHTOWN CHRONICLE.
First in reader interest and advertising news.
Best of Luck to the Class of 1949
Compliments of MUMPERS DAIRY
When your car needs repalrs the place to
take xt for dependable servlce xs SHAFFER S
GARAGE the home of skxlled mechamcs
and repalr work Sp6Cl811StS
PHONE 401 J 3 NEWVILLE
THE GROFF MEAT MARKET
The store of dependable products
HERSHEY Gu SON Department Store
When you buy at Hershey s Department
Store you know lt s good One VlSlt wlll make
you a regular customer
NEWCOMER S SERVICE STATION
For that rellable Richfield Gasolme and
Rrchlube Motor O11
T' For top SCYVICG ln washmg and greasmg
903 SOUTH MARKET STREET
For grocenes and meats of the hlghest qual
1ty do your shopping at LEVI HERSHEY S
on South Market Street The pr1ces are
Best W1shes Good Luck Class of 1949
H R BARNHART BL SON
Phone 1 M 264M
If you want the hlghest qualxty 1n hardware
pamts and household applxances there IS no
better place IH town than ZARFOSS HARD
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IRON EVERYTHING RIGHT
WITH AN IRONRITE
JAC B FISHER
M us1c and Applzance Store
Full Lxne Dealer
KLEIN CHOCOLATE COMPANY
FOUNDED 1913 BY WM KLEIN S
Manufacturers of N1c I nut Grade A Bars
Fme Milk Chocolate Coatmgs and Cocoa
Mllk Chocolate Wafers Roamers Gllders
S F ULBICH INC
505 North Market Street
Phone: 2 1
FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY
The Amerlccln Leglon
Conewago Unlt 329
The Arnenccm Leglon Aux111c1ry
Conewago Umt 329
Sons of the Amenccm Leglon
Conewago Squadron 329
C H CARMAN
IRON 85 STEEL
IC E C R E A M
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NEON AND PAINTED SICNI
SALFS 81, SERVICE
J W DOUGLAS
30 S Mt joy Street
GUARAN'I EED SATISFACTION
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Watches Clocks jewelry S1lverware
TRUDY HALL JR
Pens and PSHCIIS
LIL ALICE JEWELRY STORE
KIDDIES CLOTHES DRESSES
MT JOY PA
COn the Square Q
25 Center Square
CLEAR VIEW DINER
East of Ellzabethtown Pennsylvama
HOME COOKED MEALS
24 Hour Servmce
TRY OUR DELICIOUS CHICKEN
'NI THE BASKET
1 9 a
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70 East Main Street Bell Phone 353-M
On the Square
No 9 Center Square
RUSSELL A MARTIN
140 Orange St
it hone 44
Our Most Sincere
on the attamment of your
flrst goal ln 11fe
Keep pushmg upward on
th ladder of success
206 S Market St
J. L. MECKLEY
The Amazmg W1nk1er
Low Pressure O11 Burner
SEE IT BURN ALL GRADES OF ou.
Wmkler Stokers Losch BOIIGYS
233 South Market Street
Phon 4 14
0146 Llflfqel ZL
On the Square
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Best Wishes from
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45 South Market Street
Modern Refreshment Spot
COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE
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MINX MODES and GAY GIBSON
DRESSES FOR JUNIORS
116 South Market Street
Tom SICO Conmaunous
SICO CUSTOMERS the IRNEFACYOIS
Yh MORE SICO CUSIOMEIS Th MOR!
PROFIIS 1 PUILIC SCHOOKS
to nn vo
WHILE U WAIT SERVICE
Rohns Shoe SGIVICS
ON THE SQUARE
Authorlzed Dealer of
GOODYEAR SOLES 85 HEELS
Arch Supports for Pamful Feet
ELIZABETHTOWN MT JOY
A Standard Co educatlonal College Grantlng
AB and BS Degrees
Pennsylvama State Department of Publlc
Mxddle Atlantlc States Assocxatlon of Col
Assoclatlon of Amerlcan Colleges
Amerlcan Councrl on Educatlon
Pre professlonal Flelds
Dxversxfied Extra Currlcular Program
For mformatron Wflte to
PRESIDENT A C BAUGHER PH D
.9 .Any guenf pA0f0gl"CLl9 If
44 N MARKET STREET S
ELIZABETHTOWN PA Phone 445
THE MODERN STUDIO WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
MASON'S GROCERY STORE
Grocery and General Merchand1se
Incorporated RHEEMS, PENNSYLVANIA
Phone 484 W
Expert Repairmen - Best Materials Laboratflfy Technology
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LILLIAN K SEIBERT
N Poplar St Ellzabethtown Pa
For Appointment Telephone 362 M
35 37 South Market Street
LONGENECKER s GARAGE
CHRISTIAN LIGHT PRESS
MODERN BEAUTY SALON
86 West Maln Street MT JOY
PHONE 229 M
Shop and Meet Your Frlends
at the Frlendly
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
On the Square
PHONE 31 J
HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS
DONEGAL PLANT FOOD
Phone 11 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA
158 . . A . - : -
1 20 South Market Street
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R H FORNEY
CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH
SPORTSWEAR MFG CO
DOT S BEAUTY SHOPPE
44 West Hlgh Street
WILLIAM E LAWTON
FURNITURE Ruos STovEs
16 18 East Hlgh Street
Best Wlshes to the
CLASS OF 49
MUSSER S GROCERY
103 Mt Joy Street
P ONE 198 J
CHILDREN S SHOP
Makers of Flne Shoes
COMMUNITY COFFEE SHoP
498 West Hlgh Street
PHONE 298 j
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Our Best Wishes to the Class ol '49
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SNAVELY 85 BOOK
DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS
BROUCHT,S MEAT MARKET
429 East High Street
We Deliver Phone: 14-R
ELIZABETHTOWN, P .
BEST OF LUCK
AUNT SALLY s KITCHEN
STAUFFER s BEAUTY
17 Center Square
Ph ne 354
Glorrfymg the Amer1can
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
On th Square
Phone 288 ELIZABETHTOWN PA
W T GRANT C0 Western Auto Assoc1ate Store
48 South Market Stre t
THE FRIENDLY SToR
31 South Market Street
Home and Automotive Supphes
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Retreading and Vulcanizing
LEAMAN s TIRE SERVICE
205 E. Main St. Mt. Joy Pa.
233 S. Market St. ELIZABETHTOWN PA.
FOR THE NEW SHORT LOOK,
PEGGY'S BEAUTY SALON
550 SOUTH MARKET STREET
A S KREIDER SHOE
BAKER S DINER
D H MARTINS
D L LANDIS
Phone 112 J
OLDS PONTIAC CADILLAC
Sales 81, Servlce
H S RISSER MOTORS
S. B. BECKER Men's and Boys' Clothing
NOT CHEAP SHOES . . .
BUT GOOD SHOES CHEAPER
ECONOMY SHOE STORE
39 West Hlgh Street
REEMY S SHOP
H KELLERS SONS
PHONE 84 M
204 South Market Street
HERALD PRINT SHOP
E G KUHN
THE DRESS SHOP
DAISY M KLEIN
PHONE 139 M
ON THE SQUARE
ELLWOOD S GRIMM
SAMUEL R JONES
S May Each Member Fmd Happmess
23 East Hlgh Street
Elxzabethtown s Only
Complete Sportmg Goods Store
Bathroom and Kxtchen Equlpment
F. . ,
FOR EVERYTHING IN INSURANCE
ART AND BOOK STORE
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
26 West Hxgh Street
Best W1Sh6S to the Forty Nmers
MYERS MACHINE SHOP
North Poplar Street
PHONE 164 J
SPICKLER S DAIRY
HOME MADE ICE CREAM
On the Square
PHONE 508 M
RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY
SNYDER S GARAGE
306 west H1gh street R D NO 2
MT JOY PA
A TO Z LUBRICATION
735 S. Market St.
CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
J. V. BINKLEY
111 North Market Street
HO SIERY MILL, INC.
M. M. WENGER
P NE: ELIZABETHTOWN 175
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
RIDER HARDWARE CO
25 South Market St eet
HENRY L GISE
Notary Publlc Surveyor
Insurance of All Kmds
BAKER S DINING ROOM
We Cater to Banquets
Ag t f St t Capitol Sa ' g d L
A" "tion of Harris ur Pm
PRODUCTS ROLLATOR REFRIGERATION
R C MARTIN
Wall Paper Pamts Water Heaters
PHONE 10 R
256 S Market St ELIZABETHTOWN PA
BOLTZ S BUS SERVICE
Party and Group Hauhng
PHONE MARIETTA 3386
KODAK SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Luncheonette and Fountam Servlce
TOILET ARTICLES SPORTING GOODS
GOODPRINT LETTER SHOP
24 East High Street
COMPLETE MAIL SERVICE
MIMEOGRAPHING AND MAILING
PHONE 139 W
FARMERS SUPPLY INC
SCI-IWANGER BROS. 85 CO.
DELCO OIL HEAT
WALMER'S FOOD STORE
103 North Market Street
PHONE 134 W
Sales and Service Elec rica Repairs
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I R. D. No. 2 PHONE: 917 R-21
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GIBBONS' TYDOL SERVICE
WASHING - LUBRICATION
TIRES AND BATTERIES
Corner of North Market and Summit
Corner N. Hanover and E. Willow Streets
FULL LINE OF
Groceries - Lunch Meats - Ice Cream
Soft Drinks - Candy - Pastries
PHONE 443-R FREE DELIVERY
H K DORSHEIMER
SPORTING GOODS KODAKS
Furniture of Character At
MILTON F EBERLY
PHONE 917 R 11 ROUTE 3
D S BAUM
A SELECT PRODUCT
PHONE 917 R 2
HEISEY BROS QUARRIES
G SHONK GARAGE
Route 230 East
PHONE 171 J 5
GEORGE E CARRIGER
Paint and Body Shop
RHEEMS 110 J12
R. D. No. 3 ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. ROAD CONSTRUCTION
RAFFENSPERGER 85 RISSER
'A' CARS - STUDEBAKER - TRUCKS
NORMAN G. GOOD
PHONE: BM Allis-Chalmers Farm Machinery
48 East High Street
RESTAURANT at DELICATESSEN
HOME COOKED FOOD OUR OWN MAKE ICE CREAM
Phone 176 ELIZABETHTOWN PA
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KYLE PRINTING COMPANY
LETTERPRESS AND OFFSET
Sales L1terature Catalogs
Letter Heads Envelopes Office Fo ms
140 SOUTH GEORGE STREET YORK PA
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